Bannerlord, The Contributor

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Oh, hi there.

Buzz - Do you like my bee?

I fall and I keep falling. And falling. And falling. And fall- you see, now this is just lazy writing.

Anime was a mistake, it spawned the filthy, disgusting sub-humans known as weebs.

On a writing site, the uselessness, cluttering, briefness, and stupidity of shit-posts is amplified ten-fold. Please, don't ever do it, at the very least only do it very rarely. A post that only consists of a word such as 'lel' or 'lol' does not prompt interesting or well-thought out discussion. Keep that shit on a non-writing website where that kind of discussion is allowed or encouraged, like that shit-hole 4-chan.

Speaking of 4-chan, that disgrace of a community has probably some of the worst message boards I have ever seen and even on boards where you might think that people would bond over a subject and congregate to discuss aspects of that subject among themselves in a reasonably decent manner, you soon find out that's a fucking lie and there's still posts that either have only 1-5 words that consist entirely of insults or are meme posts. However, I have to appreciate that there's almost complete freedom in what you can post. Still, it started out as a weeb website where weebs could gather around and jack off to cartoons, and it probably should've stayed that way.

The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dog. - Pangram

The quick brown fox jumped over the lazy dog. - Lipogram

          ==>My hopes and dreams



Puns are the lowest form of comedy, which is why I don't find them punny.


spoons > knives > forks

...Wait, why am I on a writing site again...? Oh right, to write. I guess I'd better, y'know, write a story...

I just recently got back into Warband, so my productivity levels will probably severely plummet.


25 - 15 - 21

1 - 18 - 5


6 - 1 - 7



<.>_<.> I am looking down.

<'>_<'> I am looking up.

<:>_<:> I am a bug.

{Braces} {make} {anything} {look} {fancy.}

I have two choices, one going into a door and the other going into another door. One door leads to death. One door leads to victory. Please, don't ever do this in a CYOA. Have there be some indication of what may happen if you go into either door.


>_> confirmed not sexy <_<

Lots of crossed out text is bad. I back up this claim by pointing to other posts that have this writing phenomenon, and I have experienced eye strain, difficulty reading these posts, and general annoyance at the fact that this could've easily been substituted by un-crossed text. I am not adovacting for no crossed out text, as it can be useful for indicating that the text is now outdated, but the poster still wants people to see his outdated text. It can also be used for comedic effect when it is used sparingly and only for small amounts of text. It is when big blocks of text that are completely crossed for reasons that are typically for comedic effect, but come across as annoying than funny. So please, whoever who may read this, do not cross out big blocks of text.

I'd rather be known for something terrible than to not be known at all.

GOTTa gRInd THoSe goOdYBaGS foR tHat SWeET cASh.









Infinity is just a lazy ass eight.




^ - @! - # - !!

@% - !% - @!

# - @! - !$ - @)


Man, that fuckboy Logarson is trying to join my faction! Fuck off, Logarson!

W > L




\ _\=>+<=/_ /

Those dastardly metal slimes! I shall penetrate their solid iron surfaces someday!

Between the two grass waifus, I'd have to pick the thing that looks like a bug but isn't actually a bug.



Pop goes the weasel!

+1 Support

Where am I?


Sticks and stones may break my bones, but how the fuck can a stick break a goddamn bone?!

Uh-oh, looks like I bit off a little more than I can chew and now I'm choking to death! :D



I don't know what I'd do without the copy/cut & paste function.

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Music/Musicals That I Like:




Descriptions of Vaporwave:

"Vaporwave is a primarily sample-based genre characterized by heavily synthesized and processed manipulation of corporate mood and background music (infomercials, menu screens, instructional videos, office lobbies, hotel reception areas, shopping malls, etc.), though it can include a multitude of genres (most commonly Pop, Contemporary R&B, Synth Funk, Smooth Jazz & Exotica). Vaporwave often consists of brief sketches altered by slowing down, looping, glitching, pitch-bending, and/or echoing a particular sound or sample in a compressed state, usually under reverberation. 

Spawned from the derisory term 'Vaporware' (a software or hardware project that fails to be released to the public), Vaporwave alludes to a disconnection or separation from reality presented through its original form (heard by a song's manipulation vs. its original source). The sound results in a sacred, mystical, sultry, dreamy, hyper-real, and/or crystal-clear caricature of mass media from the late '80s, to the popularity of the home computer of the mid to late '90s, and onward."

-Nahuel Torres


"Vaporwave is one of the few genres that holds both a serious and ironic undertone, whilst also being completely made online. Vaporwave in it of itself is the rendition of music with a more slowed and synth-like effect of the original work. It is through my own experience that I see that this genre serves to do two things.

1. Question the art of music itself. 2. Capture the vague nostalgia we all have that is innate in us form when we lived in a simpler time, our younger years.

1.Vaporwave, or the existence of, questions how music works within our society. Often times music is used as a form of expression for our creativity, but no one can deny Vaporwave breaks this norm by taking an already existing song and putting a few effects on it, making a completely new experience for the user. It is by this feat that Vapowave causes us to question what counts as music. Copyright at this point has it's backs to the wall when it looks at the renditions in the Vaporwave genre.

2.People always wonder why Vaporwave tries to capture the 80s-90s aesthetic: the answer is different for everybody but for the most part that time period was the last time in history where the new meta-craze was not apparent. Today, because of things like the internet, nothing can occur without it's existence being questioned and scrutinized to the part where it now becomes an argument. Vaporwave, and the genre as a whole, undermines that by taking something already recognized as good, and then furthering it. Vaporwave songs, as may have noticed, are very hard to critique when it comes to the actual song because the song is something already established: putting up a shield from the chaos of tribalism in the online world, thanks to niche online communities becoming popularized. Moreover, the music itself recognizes the struggle in peoples life today of knowing so much that we a hesitant to do anything. Vaporwave, by contrast, allows our mind to have a shift in our senses and cause our meta-cognition to give up. This very instance is where I personally theorize vaporwave hits home with people. Contrasting our senses allows our mind to realize we our in the moment but still be in the moment. As of now people would rather live in monotony because they know that any pleasure in there life is finite, but not Vaporwave. In Vaporwave, we can live infinitely in a moment we recognize as great (the established song), so we don't have to question it, whilst still enjoying it with the entrancing-ness of mixing senses timelines."

-Dante jason


"1) The genre seems to have captured the qualia of the 80s & 90s. Perhaps this is merely because vaporwave literally recycles old audio/video from the era and rehashes the same cultural motifs. But at the same time, the mere fact that vaporwave artists and audiences are able to accurately distinguish what elements are appropriately '80s/90s' suggests there is some significant 'essence' to the time period.

2) To me, the genre foreshadows what's going to become of human consciousness and experience as we progress further and further with the internet and virtual reality. Listening to vaporwave–with its ethereal sounds, bright colour gradients, and the recurrent images of expansive digital grids and landscapes– makes me feel like my mind is travelling through an infinite digital universe."

-Ben Dover


"vapor wave was made as a satire of capitalist culture and the degradation of legitimate culture and replacing it with consumerism. Vapor wave is a parody of consumerism in the way it uses videos from the 1980s-early 2000s as to provide a a parody of how consumerist culture has made full circle and has to now feed on itself due to lack of legitimate culture that has not been related to consumerism. This feeding represents capitalism's nature of commodifying everything it can in order to extract surplus value and to produce capital. After the consumerist culture has consumed itself the vapor wave represents itself as a nightmare due to how a society that has lack of legitimate culture is dystopian. Remnants of the legitimate culture can even be found in parts in vapor wave in the form of greek or roman busts or other indications of cultural significance to remind the viewer of vapor wave what the was once a proud culture has been turned into nothing more than a simple commodity."

-Cthulhu Cultists


"It's a genre dedicated to decay. We're living in the ruins of an America that once existed, and its cultural moment of the '80s and '90s still lingers, but is slowly rotting. That's what this music is about: sampling initially upbeat and cheery music, slowing it down, and turning it into something a bit terrifying. There's an element of nostalgia here, but it's of the sort where something beautiful we once had is now unreachable. We look at a cracked Roman bust and try to imagine the glory of Rome, but we realize it's something we'll never experience. The bust stares back, mocking us. One day, everything will be lost and forgotten, and all that will be left are things like marble busts and warped cassette tapes. There's nothing significant about these cultural artifacts besides the melancholy feeling we ascribe to them. "It's all in your head.""



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"I'm not doubting that so much as I am doubting that blind people are human."



"F-fine! I was tired of denying it anyway...

I like ecchi stuff, okay? I can't help being a perverted degenerate. I don't need anyone's acceptance because I have my own narcissism to fall back on!


-TharaApples, exposing her true colors.


"Also, you can't back up your claims I'm not backing up your claims that I'm not backing up my claims, so go eat one large vagina and get back to me on that, child."



"Is that a cock and a fuck mixed together?"

-DylantheWalker (Pugtaco)


"Back to the bowl argument = drink the fcking liquids from your bowl you gentrified bourgeoisie sheep."



"You are a cancer on the site and presumably in real life, and your mother should've swalloed you."



"Did we cut things to death in our early days, or did we punch holes in things like we still do today?"



"Computers are great aren't they?"



"Away, I'd rather sail away,

Like a swan that's here and gone."

-Simon & Garfunkel


"I want a 3D model of Lara Croft's dick in my ass"



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Final Vote Tally for The Final Days Game Master:

Mizal: 5

ZagHero: 1

Bannerlord: 4

Bucky: 1

T-Count: 10

Trophies Earned

Earning 100 Points Rated 49.6% of all Stories




Cryptical Illusions


The Dragon Clans of Bronosus
unpublished , coauthor

You begin your journey as a tamed dragon but you then encounter the forest of the feral dragons, desperate for members to help hunt, guard, fight and heal. The times for the clan will especially need you to save them.

But are you fit to survive the dangerous hardships?

Please note that I'm not the best person at description and any criticizing yet encouraging comments is desired.

The Forsaken Dungeon

Once my entry for the January New Frontier contest, now currently being updated!


In the land of Esnad, the kingdom of Untha has been at war with the Harstians for 3 months. The Harst's kingdom enacted the war because of their expansionist ideals and Untha's weak army. Times are tense for all of Untha's citizens, for the Untha army has been mass-recruiting it's citizens and a single slip-up from one of the generals may spell doom for the Untha kingdom. The appearance of The Order does not help this state of affairs, for they frequently kidnap civilians. The Unthian king has devised a strategy for the eradication of this cult, by devising a highly-trained, small spell-resistant armor toting elite force known as The Guard. The plan is to have you get captured by The Order, thus distracting them long enough for The Guard to infiltrate and massacre The Order. Good luck, and do the Unthian kingdom proud.

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Mad Libs on 4/18/2017 10:06:52 PM

My funniest/favorite experiences with Mad Libs was back when I was just a wee lad and my perception of what constituted as 'funny' was severely underdeveloped, allowing me to laugh at depth-less, mundane party games such as Mad Libs.

Sadly, I cannot remember these exceptionally hilarious moments because the game was that forgettable, so I am unfortunately unable to contribute to this shitty, indisputably poor thread that lacks in both execution and topic area. I bid you adieu, oh great and powerful shitposting pun-lord, and I leave behind a wishful hope that you will drop this embarrassing excuse for a party game for something that requires a bit more brain power in order to play and master.

Selfie thread on 4/12/2017 10:06:11 PM

Me neither. I greatly wish this had stayed as a shitty joke instead of turning into a shitty thread.

Hershey Choco Bars on 4/12/2017 6:35:49 PM

Just going to leave this here for any who may have forgotten it exists.

Writing Prompts Week #13 on 4/12/2017 6:29:28 PM

No problemo, mate; we all have to take breaks from time to time. 

Selfie thread on 4/12/2017 12:56:24 PM

I implore everybody to take a look-see through this highly informational and useful article.


Highlight of said article:


Privacy and security:

"Since the Exif tag contains metadata about the photo, it can pose a privacy problem. For example, a photo taken with a GPS-enabled camera can reveal the exact location and time it was taken, and the unique ID number of the device - this is all done by default - often without the user's knowledge. Many users may be unaware that their photos are tagged by default in this manner, or that specialist software may be required to remove the Exif tag before publishing. For example, a whistleblower, journalist or political dissident relying on the protection of anonymity to allow them to report malfeasance by a corporate entity, criminal, or government may therefore find their safety compromised by this default data collection.

In December 2012, anti-virus programmer John McAfee was arrested in Guatemala while fleeing from alleged persecution[15] in Belize, which shares a border. Vice magazine had published an exclusive interview on their website with McAfee "on the run"[16] that included a photo of McAfee with a Vice reporter taken with a phone that had geotagged the image.[17] The photo's metadata included GPS coordinates locating McAfee in Guatemala, and he was captured two days later.[18]

According to documents leaked by Edward Snowden, the NSA is targeting Exif information under the XKeyscore program.[19]

The privacy problem of Exif data can be avoided by removing the Exif data using a metadata removal tool."


Remember that you can always request that your photo be taken down:

"If anyone is having second thoughts about posting their picture (or links to it) on here, I'll delete it by request."

Metahuman/ Supernatural powers on 4/12/2017 8:49:06 AM

Not great, but still decent:'s-not-easy-being-me

Selfie thread on 4/12/2017 12:36:32 AM

Possibly, but you can't guarantee that and it doesn't change that it's generally an unintelligent thing to do, regardless of the demographic.

Selfie thread on 4/11/2017 11:30:47 PM

Oh, I thought you were being sarcastic. My bad.

Selfie thread on 4/11/2017 11:25:44 PM

I'm predicting that this thread will be deleted in about 2 months - 5 years when people realize that having a photo of themselves readily available on the Internet, where anybody can see and possibly re-distribute it, and request that it be purged.

Hell, if we get enough people to agree, we could possibly shorten it to 2 hours!

Edit: I swear I was replying to the OP.. oh well

Selfie thread on 4/11/2017 11:19:06 PM

That's not the reason why I despise this thread; it's that photos of people's actual faces are readily available on the internet, allowing people to more easily identify someone, among various other disadvantages in exchange for, what, a stranger to more easily bond with someone? What a waste.