CyberSora

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Commented on Zero Divided's wall

Hey! I read you “request” about how to line break, so I’m here to help.
 
So far, after messing with the HTML Codes around here, I don’t think there is a line break option. :(
 
However, if you noticed this post’s line breaks, I found an alternative method of creating one.
 
Note: TURN ON NUMBER LOCK!
ALT + 255
 
Ta-da! Insta-line break! The reason is because " " (spacebar) isn’t considered a character. However, that character that you type out of the Numeric Keypad acts like a space, yet is registered by the site as a character.
 
Hope that helps. :)

Apr 16, 2011 at 03:11PM EDT

Commented on Mr. & Mrs. X

DOUBLE POST!
 
Okay, after thinking about it a bit, I decided to look up this meme for an origin. The closest I can find was this:
 

 
This was the first use of the poster being photoshop (or drawn like this one shows). It was used for the homepage of this site: http://www.mrandmrschee.com/
 
The site was updated on December 1, 2005, so I can only presume it was published on that day.
 
Google Insights doesn’t show anything, so I guess people only come across this trend by chance. The only phrase that does display results is “mr and mrs”, but that’s too common and it only displays inaccurate results.
 
I hope you found this helpful.

Apr 16, 2011 at 03:05PM EDT

Commented on Mr. & Mrs. X

I haven’t seen this around lately. Photoshop memes tend to be less popular than simple captions ones, mainly because not everybody can Photoshop at all.
 
1+ Wait

Apr 16, 2011 at 02:48PM EDT

Commented on Ryan Matthew's wall

Your welcome!
 
IMO, that was a Celestia Tier episode. But it kind of makes you wonder what would happen if Dash never made a sonic rainboom. :O

Apr 16, 2011 at 02:44PM EDT

Commented on KYMdb Style Guide

Note: This is an edit comment. Due to the site’s programming picking up the code (which I do NOT want it to do), I’m showing you a dummy meme submission instead.
 
Awesome! I was going to make a HTML Code guide for people to use, but this is much better!
 
By the way, here’s something I was messing around with so you guys can use later on:
 
http://knowyourmeme.com/memes/using-a-spoiler
 
I’ve adjusted some of the text and sizes for better viewing (I’m having problems trying to make the “hidden text” have a larger font), but nonetheless it’s pretty useful. Only thing is that it’s only to be used in meme submissions (sorry Forum :( ).
 
Anyways, have fun!

Apr 15, 2011 at 08:20PM EDT

Commented on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic

@Luke
Exactly. I understand that they’re trying to keep the page open like this so all information is displayed as so, but I think adding the sub-memes section into a spoiler will help out immensely. And of course, any other section (or image) they feel is too big/unimportant to leave out in the open.

Apr 14, 2011 at 09:58PM EDT

Commented on Star Wars Kid

@Magnan
Finally, someone that knows how a meme works (and should work)!

Apr 14, 2011 at 06:24PM EDT

Commented on Derpy Hooves' wall

Whoa! You’re like, friends with me! :O *

 


*Before you start pointing out the obvious, I’m kidding. Of course I know you’re my friend. ;)
Apr 13, 2011 at 11:14PM EDT

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