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 That thin film on the top of your stew (gross)

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PostSubject: That thin film on the top of your stew (gross)   Thu Feb 18, 2016 1:47 am

It's probably a bad idea to write a first post on a half-wit whim in the hopes of being funny and then to acknowledge the fallacy again in the first few words and then (oh wait we're on the way to a loop here aren't we better cut that now) but you won't see that stopping me because I am the type of person who prefers to appear as if they have no boundaries until someone comes within a long distance of broaching them in which case I will simultaneously curl into a ball and get the fuck out of dodge as fast as my little apparently-long-enough-to-reach-the-ground-and-move-efficiently-even-though-I'm-basically-in-the-fetal-position legs can carry me.

Run-on sentences sure do make great first impressions, don't they?

Hi, I'm SoupScum. Not a long-time follower of Paranatural, but I'm close to being caught up with the rest of you. I should be up to date by tonight, anyway.
Was led here by OntheCeiling. Yo.

Looking forward to meeting you all and similar obligatory pleasantries.
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PostSubject: Re: That thin film on the top of your stew (gross)   Thu Feb 18, 2016 2:32 am

Ah, welcome, welcome. Another member from our mutual friend; people may think we're co-conspirators.  

It's great to see you here, SoupScum.

SoupScum wrote:

Looking forward to meeting you all and similar obligatory pleasantries.
We've already met, so nothing to look forward to D,,:

dasgrossbtwhowcouldyou
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PostSubject: Re: That thin film on the top of your stew (gross)   Thu Feb 18, 2016 3:40 am

OntheCeiling is bringing a whole posse, haha!

Welcome to the forum.  Don't worry, run-on sentences tell us all we need to know sometimes. Wink
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PostSubject: Re: That thin film on the top of your stew (gross)   Thu Feb 18, 2016 4:10 am

We need no "proper" grammar here! (Though personally I find it welcome. Makes it easier to understand things.)

If OnTheCeiling brings any more people here, we might have to start preparing for an invasion! But hey, welcome to the (team/forum/group/cult/[insert fitting word here]! We're always happy to see new people here! With every new sacrifice member, this forum rises just a bit more from the threat of eternal ghost-dom.
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PostSubject: Re: That thin film on the top of your stew (gross)   Thu Feb 18, 2016 5:00 am

Thanks for the greetings, guys. I feel very welcomed, but you had probably already guessed this based off of my dry tone and general lack of excited punctuation. (Nah, but really, good to meet you all except for those guys I already met.)

totaldbag wrote:
we're co-conspirators.

You weren't supposed to tell them!

NinjaKitten wrote:
If OnTheCeiling brings any more people here, we might have to start preparing for an invasion! But hey, welcome to the (team/forum/group/cult/[insert fitting word here]! We're always happy to see new people here! With every new sacrifice member, this forum rises just a bit more from the threat of eternal ghost-dom.

It's a little late to start preparing, but sure, whatever helps you sleep at night.
I'm happy to help the forum descend into the pits of hell slightly more slowly than it was already.
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PostSubject: Re: That thin film on the top of your stew (gross)   Thu Feb 18, 2016 6:15 am

Help very much appreciated.
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PostSubject: Re: That thin film on the top of your stew (gross)   Thu Feb 18, 2016 11:47 pm

Yeah, I'm agressively telling people to read Paranatural, and once they get into it telling them to join this forum. Gravity Falls is "over", so now I'm committing to this, and am bringing as much of my crew over as I can.
If I succeed, you'll be getting at least one more new member.
I WILL MAKE THIS FORUM BREATHE WITH NEW MEMBERS.


Also hi hi hi SS
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PostSubject: Re: That thin film on the top of your stew (gross)   Fri Feb 19, 2016 5:11 am

Yes, breathing is good, most animals/insects/fish/not-plants-or-inanimate-objects need to breath to stay alive/survive.

Not sure if the forum would fit that category though.... is it an animal? Is it not?

Oh, I know! The forum is a hivemind! But is that alive? hmmm....
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PostSubject: Re: That thin film on the top of your stew (gross)   Fri Feb 19, 2016 9:53 pm

If it wasn't before, IT IS NOW!

By which I mean, the rate of posts made in the past two days greatly rival the rate of posts made in the previous month. I'm a lurker.

I HAVE BROUGHT ACTIVITY TO THIS CLUB!
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PostSubject: Re: That thin film on the top of your stew (gross)   Sat Feb 20, 2016 1:30 am

Yeeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaah! *breaks random object, flips table*

Nice pun.
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