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IrawaWeirHolo
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18 yr old student with an IQ comparable to 12 yr olds; normie wanna be; cyclist; failed artist; carnivorous glutton; craves for sweets and black coffee.


IrawaWeirHolo joined on May 15th, 2017, since that has made 23 posts that are still accessible today, 0 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, IrawaWeirHolo has given 26 upvotes, and was last online on Jul 22nd, 2017.


  • In What Are You Thinking Right Now

    Eiyuu Unmei no Uta by Egoist Man, they really gave me Goose bumps <3.

  • In What are you reading?

    The Passion of Artemisia by Susan Vreeland Just starting out as a reader so this'll be the 5th book I'll read.

  • In What Are You Thinking Right Now

    How to cheer up a very suicidal friend? Answer: ignore her problems

  • In VidCon Drama: "Garbage Humans"

    LOL Sargon should have disguised himself. Is this the Vidcon that the Paul brothers went to? Jake Paul is the real Garbage Human XD

  • In Fencing v Kendo

    @Taro_Tanako I didn't say it can't cut, I was implying it's made to thrust rather than slash. Anyway it seems that i'm the only one defending HEMA here so what evs XD TFW ftw

  • In Fencing v Kendo

    You don't need to parry, as I said, "attack and jump out"; a kendo user has a more front stance while a fencer has a more side stance; a front forward stance has a good balance but the side stance has more "move in and out". The fencer has more target to choose from because two hands are available for pin point thrusting. But a rapier is a thrust sword not a cutting sword.

  • In Fencing v Kendo

    While Kendo has the power side of the two, fencing has an overwhelming reach advantage, if you'll see the stance; this reach makes it easy for the fencer to attack and jump out while the Kendo practioner will find it hard to hit the fencer. Next, the hilt of a rapier(if it'll be the weapon used) or mostly fencing type swords have a good guard covering their whole hands while the katana has an oval shape guard good for minimal defense only. And lastly, what is easier to parry, a piercing thrust or a slash? Simple, the slash.

  • In What are you hyped about?

    Month of July 4-5 books will be delivered to our house <3

  • In PHILIPPINE COLORLESS THREAD

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  • In Greenville NC

    DC...... my quest is done XD