I’m probably holding the unpopular opinion ball here, but it seems kind of extraneous to have the Deadpool page Deadpooled for the sake of a cheap meta-joke. That would be like Confirming the “Half-Life 3 Confirmed” page simply because the word “Confirm” is in it. At the least, it should show up as a “Confirmed” page in terms of search results (since it is well-written) and possibly leave a fake “This page has been Deadpooled, KEKE!” message up top.
Kung Fu Cthulhu
Joined Oct 30, 2012 at 11:46PM EDT
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I’m some guy with apparently nothing better to do than write up articles on internet things. I consider myself to be a fairly nice person.
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> Not looking at the stickied threads. I seriously hope you guys don’t do this. No, really, that’s what it’s called.
[Promptly Wiggles Cock In Thread And Runs Off In The Blood Of My Victims] Seriously, though. This is kind of silly.
Hornets. I don’t think I’ve seen a Hornet/gore picture on that page, but I have seen plenty of Hornets and other creepy crawlies. Those are fine, though.
Booker handed a pen to Crow. “Never leave home without it. Anyway, I had a pair of flashlights on me, a smartphone, a couple of stationary video cameras, and some snacks. Yes, I know that hunger is the least of our worries, but I think we’re bound to be here for a while. There may be a few other things that I’m forgetting about, but you’d have to see them for yourselves.” “So the plan is to go to Room 333 and Room 217.” He emphasized each number as he spoke. “And afterward we look for other people....
This guy used a banana to scale his anatomy, but I’d rather not share that with you.
Thanks, RM. It seems like most of the stuff has been removed, but I’ll be sure to PM you or post in this thread if I see any other real offenders. I just wanted there to be a place where I could share this concern.
I’ve been noticing that there’s been a disturbing trend for people to post bloody/gory images on the “Cringeworthy” page. From what I’ve seen, it’s largely done more for shock value instead of being cringe-inducing. I think that we need to draw the line at pictures of eyeballs stabbed by needles, among other things. Even though there have been plenty of requests for the people who post this kind of thing to stop (such as the polite and succinct one I made here), the problem is still going on, and I’m not...
It must have been a slow day if we’re talking about how old music was better.
“Hastur? The King In Yellow? Hey, I’ve actually heard of that!” After Booker remarked about a little of his literary knowledge, he asked another question. “Anyway, what should we do once we leave the library? It’s not like daylight’s going to reach here anytime soon.”
If “God is a concept by which we measure our pain,” then R/Atheism must be a concept by which we measure the douchebagginess militant Atheists.
“If you don’t mind me asking, do these scary monsters and super creeps that we’ve been talking about have names? It might be easier if we knew what to call them other than ‘the thing by the pool’ or ‘the black stuff’. Just throwin’ that out there!” Booker technically had bigger problems to contend with (including a slowly growing case of the heebie-jeebies), but he felt a little idle conversation wouldn’t hurt. It was at that point when he saw that the vlogger somehow ended up in this room. After his...
Penises? On this website? It’s more likely than you think.
“Isn’t it a little convenient that everyone seems to be headed for this very room? I can’t shake the feeling that something’s off…” Booker sighed. He did his best not to act on suspicion these days, but something about this new guy was making him feel weird. Booker found that this guy was creeping him out more than Crow did when he first saw him. Only time would tell if his gut instinct would prove him right.
Booker noticed the arrival of the newest guest, one that could possibly join this “Scooby Gang” of sorts. “Can someone else do the introduction and debriefing this time? I get the feeling that we’ll have to keep introducing each other if there are more people in this hotel, and I don’t exactly want to do it again so soon.” He rubbed his temple and groaned – it was going to be a long night. Booker grabbed a couple of supplies that he thought would be of use, when a thought popped into his head. “Aw,...
> Advice Animal. > Advice Animal.
“Crow!” Booker, being reminded of his sheer heart attack that had afflicted him weeks ago, quickly got out of his seat quickly and tried to place the magician back into his. “I can’t tell what just happened with you, but you have to stay with us. You’re our best bet in figuring out what to do. Just hang in there.” Booker looked at the others and spoke with conviction and authority. “Whatever’s causing this, we need more information on it. I think we should find any books on the occult – but remember, we...
“A guy in a sombrero, a plague doctor, and a normal-looking lady meet up with a paranoid amateur writer. I think I could get a whole lot of mileage out of this if I could figure out a punch-line.” Booker kidded around a bit and then introduced himself and Crow (to the best of his ability – he’d only just met the guy, after all). “It seems Crow’s the only one here with a clue about what’s happening here, and it sounds like a whole bunch of Scooby Doo hijinks with some sort of Wiccan overtones. Except, if...
As for the Top Goat game, look at my High Score and despair.
Booker started thinking about how this kooky-looking guy would know about him, and it quickly seemed obvious. “If you had heard of me,” he speculated, “I figure that you may have read my novella, The Hymn Of The Tarot Cards. I’m not a superstitious man myself, but I thought it would make interesting reading material.” Booker took a bit of interest in the idea of having any wish granted, but he pushed it to the back of his mind to get on with more pressing matters. "I don’t suppose the whole “Built On An...