Oh no, not mad at all. Just surprised.
I’m surprised that so many users would openly endanger themselves of being banned. I mean, you’re all posting something that has nothing to do with the contents of the entry.
Because of that, you’re posting irrelevant content. In other words, you’re attempting to derail the comments sections as stated by the rules of KYM.
Derailment of the comments can and (eventually) will lead to moderator action. Actions which involve locking the comments section of the entry in question and banning any users participating in the breaking of rules.
But sure, keep posting your unfunny garbage. Might as well have fun with the little amount of time you have left, right?
Incredible. It only took the goatfuckers one day to shit up this entry with their dumbfuckery.
The worst part is this has nothing to do with your fetishes, yet you feel the need to let everyone know of your obsession with a doujin about goatfucking.
I really don’t see what could possess you all to plague random entries with this shit. Then again, I’m probably expecting too much from goatfuckers.
Not much. How are you?
According to an interview I saw with Kojima, Ground Zeroes was meant to be a sort-of introductory game to The Phantom Pain.
The Phantom Pain is supposed to be much longer (I believe Kojima said 200 times larger, but that could just be bad memory or an exaggeration).
Happy late birthday.
I feel a calling.
Don’t even think about it. I’m an original character, DONUT STEEL.
It was mostly just speaking with a bad, heavy japanese accent. Also, Bob is just fine.
A grey fox, I’m thinking.
So, after speaking with RM and looking through various other entries I see it’s common practice to expand a subsection of an entry in its own entry.
This is incredibly pointless. Why do we have a section under the original entry then? Why don’t we remove the previous entries from their mother entries if it’s all going to be covered in its own entry?
All in all, this only leads to one solution.
This entry is legitimate and mods need to have a serious talk about entries.
That’s precisely what I’m saying. And the decision that mods and users came to an agreement with long ago.
Besides, it’s already as covered as it needs to be in the subculture page. There isn’t really much more needed to be added than has already been put in the Warhammer 40k entry.
RandomMan’s love does not compare to mine. Big KYM orgy time.
Roses are born from dirt and shit and stuff. Yet they’re still beautiful flowers, aren’t they?
You seem to be fond with jumping to conclusions. I see only a few users who agreed that its own entry was needed. I also see some users agree that it should be kept under its parent entry. The way I see it, opinions were mixed. An entry should not be made unless there is a mostly unanimous opinion, which there is not.
To assume a tie is your victory is to lack any form of debating skill. Which is to say, to be incompetent. To believe incompetence is competent is to achieve a level beyond incompetence, which is to say, a whole new level of incompetence.
I love how the users here think this entry is original and completely legitimate.
It already covers the Heresy thing. And before you get your panties in a knot, allow me to explain. The idea itself is not broad enough to cover its own entry. Therefore, it should be merged with the Warhammer 40k entry, much like everything else Warhammer. To believe otherwise would be to achieve a whole new level in incompetence.
Right, sorry. I should apologize. We’ve just had this asked every time injokes are brought up. And I’m always in the front lines telling them no. After a while, all the snark is gone and all that remains is anger.
No. No. NO. A THOUSAND FUCKING TIMES, NO.
KYM will never document your shitty injokes. They have no place in internet culture. They’re not clever or funny in any way. They do nothing but give the people who enjoy them something to masturbate to in the belief that they’ve created something worth mention.
Nobody gives a fuck about these unfunny abominations of comedy shit. Nobody important, at least. Liking them is akin to enjoying urethral trauma from a spiked club being rammed up your dick. It’s stupid, does absolutely nothing worth mentioning and it lets everyone else know which users are worth avoiding.
Sam, there’s a point in editing entries when you come realize that it may not just be your thing. I say you reflect on that, because there’s no way in hell we’d let you touch this page with those intents.
The day those injokes are legitimized is the day KYM loses its place on the internet and becomes nothing more than a glorified circlejerk.
But it’s a lot better than standing around, trying to progress, only to inevitably fail while having everyone else blaming each other.
Eat shit, kid. Diabetes is for the weak.
I don’t believe in being nice to teach a lesson. They’d only assume it’s not that big of an issue because you don’t seem as bothered by it as you could be. Kind of like laundry, you still have clean clothes to wear, so it’s not an immediate problem.
I prefer to use everything I have to call them out on things. If they choose to think I’m an asshole and turn away from the things I’m trying to teach, well, that’s their problem. I tried, and that’s more effort than they put into it.
Well, there are some issues that need to be brought up about that.
1) What exactly DID RM do to be an asshole? From my perspective, all he did was try and be an unbiased party while shadowman thought he had some sort of undying loyalty towards a user he hadn’t known for more than two months.
2) Assholes are all in your perspective. Someone can think someone else is an asshole, while no one else does. So, I’d like to add a big, fat ‘duh’ to your potential asshole statement.
3) Just because someone’s an asshole, doesn’t mean they’re any less right. Choosing to believe someone is wrong because of how they present themselves is both shallow and close minded. Both are terrible flaws which will cripple anyone later on in life.
Sure, you ban him while I delete and edit any post by or about him. It’ll be like he never existed.