Yet secretly, unbeknownst to them, I am actually me.
TalTal19 joined on Jan 27th, 2011, since that has made 516 posts that are still accessible today, 10 of which are threads. Helping shape the community, TalTal19 has given 620 upvotes, and was last online on Dec 2nd, 2013.
I've got Tom, Nibbles, Pecan, Nan, Curlos, Alphonso, Truffles, Flo. Highlighted are the ones I actually give a crap about. Bud recently moved out, which was the most heartbreaking thing since I had to release my favorite pokemon on a nuzlocke.
PM me if you want my code so I know if I've been added to someone's list. My town is still under construction, but it's almost done.
Edit: Who even cares what Hanji's gender is. (s)he's a great character and total badass and A+ member of the Scouting Legion.
On a relitively different note: Disney Princess Levi's Cleaning Adventures has finally been animated, God bless.
Ehhh, I wasn't all that impressed considering the hype it got. It was the dialogue that killed it for me, it was just so damn cheesy. I did like the voice acting, though.
kill witches get bitches
Are you guys ready for the female titan arc like hell yes
they couldn't handle the kattobingu
Ah yes, my two loves combined
I'll be interested to see if they actually try to salvage Xbox One, or if they somehow make it's rep worse. Not that there's anything for them to lose anymore.
One time I was reading that fic with some friends over skype, and I guess God got angry or something, because the next minute my wifi shut down for no good reason
Which of these movies was the scariest?
lists a bunch of movies I didn't find scary
Ok, that's not true. The Ring had a few good moments. I'm just very jaded when it comes to "scary" movies.
Jump Scares are cheep thrills. They're about as scary as someone suddenly jabbing you in that place right above the hips (I forget what that place is called). The most they're good for is keeping us on our toes in video games. Slasher movies aren't scary, they're just gross or boring.
Nah, true fear is the stuff that keeps you up at night. True fear, in my opinion, is all about the unknown. Do we really fear the dark, or just the things that might be hiding in it? Would we still be scared of death if we knew exactly what was going to happen to us after we died?
Certain movies, like Blair Witch Project, knew this and knew exactly how to get to the bottom of our horror psyche. There was very little blood in that movie, and very little action, and yet it can scare the piss out of people. We don't know exactly what happens at the end of that movie, and if we did know I can guarantee that it wouldn't be as scary anymore. Knowing things isn't nearly as frightening as the possibilities our brains scramble to come up with.
Higurashi was scary as hell (at least in the first arc) because we had no idea what the fuck was going on and none of our questions were answered.
And don't even mention Paranormal Activity. That was a bland Blair Witch wannabe and it can go fuck itself.