Feels like a semi-common phrase. Has there been any mention of it on KYM?
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Joined Jul 27, 2010 at 05:01PM EDT
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“…upper Applejack on the internet, Fluttershy forever in real life.” Whoops, didn’t happen. I’d say that doing this puts me at least in Twilight range, and oops, it happened in real life, too. Or at least in school. They’re slowly turning brony and it’s awesome. Still Fluttershy everywhere else. Inb4 that stops happening, too.
Fixed the ass and the left outline of the K before running out of ink.
K is for Know Your Meme. Meta is fun.
G is for GOOD DAY, SIR
Gets: deadpooled. Inserts: A series of tubes.
Same here. Around some time, I started seeing avatars and gifs everywhere, and eventually found the article here. So I started reading through it, wondering why it’s suddenly so popular, when, “…developed for television by Lauren Faust, who also worked on The Powerpuff Girls and Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends.” Wait. What? So just out of curiosity, I watched the first episode in captions, and I figured it wasn’t too bad. I finished the pilot a few days later, no captions available, but still skipped...
Would it be possible to export something like a view count or an image count into something like a spreadsheet in a way that it would keep itself updated?
I didn’t notice the chat link at first. Just like I didn’t notice the Remove Image button at first. Some things could do with a little more emphasis. Like the Remove Image button would make more sense near the image instead of at the top of the page, away from the image.
Dying. The apocalypse looks like _
Because you are everyone. There used to be a better question here, where’d it go?
Huh. Doesn’t do that to me.
Actually, on my first test for each browser, it was Firefox 97 to IE 95, and they both lost the blue color block. But I am on a (probably below) average laptop, and I have no idea what that site does. What does it do, exactly?
The number of pages in this thread. Why?
Huh. The comments don’t do that for me. But here’s what they do… do when I click one of the cut-off images. Also, just noticed it’s only a problem in Internet Explorer. Tried it in Firefox, it’s ok.
I don’t know. Get me a time machine and I’ll find out. Has anyone really been far as decided to use even go want to do look more like? And has anyone asked this question yet?
I guess I might as well officially de-lurkify myself since I haven’t had any actual activity until recently. I’m some guy named David. Hi.