ClearlyUnfocused, The Reader
that was easy
Recent PostsYour Superpower of Choice? on 3/21/2018 2:10:31 PM
I didn't read his post, so there was no way that I could have known he said that.
Your Superpower of Choice? on 3/21/2018 1:53:23 PM
Well, it isn't a contest, so being a good sport wasn't on the top of my list (although it seems like inadvertently pissing people off was).
I wasn't trying to be an ass and "ruin" anything either, so I apologize if I've shat on anyone's superpower choosing experience.
Your Superpower of Choice? on 3/21/2018 1:49:37 PM
I'm not dense enough to be the dumbfuck who chooses omnipotence as a power in a forum game. This is a hypothetical question and I honestly didn't care what I wrote, it was something stupid and I just wanted to type shit. Sorry "my kind" ruined your forum game experience.
Your Superpower of Choice? on 3/21/2018 1:47:19 PM
Well, fuck me then.
Your Superpower of Choice? on 3/21/2018 10:34:55 AM
The ability to fix things. Whether it's a broken toy, a car, a phone, a computer, a gaming console, a tree with wind damage, anything.
But I also want to be able to fix problems. Abusive parents, friends who cant cope with shit life throws at them. My own relationships. My thought process and state of mind. I want to be able to help my friends that would rather die than live another day with their problems. Sure, their parents may give them nice things and spend lots of money on them, but that doesn't mean that they aren't still abusive, both physically and mentally/verbally whatever, and don't cause a lot of pain. I hate not being able to help people because no matter what I say or do, they still go home to things that they can't control. I know some people who only put up with their parents' shit because they know that if they don't and if they stand up to them and leave they won't pay for their college. Or people that stay because it's better than being kicked out and having to live on their own. My friends, the people I love and care about, have to deal with some bad stuff and there isn't anything I can do. These are some well off kids, in terms of money, living conditions, and, from the outside, mental stability. They're normal kids. Some quite "popular", actually. But in their heads they have things that they can't deal with because it makes them want to die. It's terrible and I wish there was something I could do to help.
anyway i change my mind, I'll take manipulation of reality as my superpower. I can do just that -- manipulate reality. Anything you could think of, I can do it.
What is/was your school like? on 2/15/2018 10:06:34 AM
Oh, okay. Well, if there are any that I'm welcome in, feel free to PM me with an invite link. (anyone)
What is/was your school like? on 2/15/2018 9:53:00 AM
Is there a public IRC?
What is/was your school like? on 2/14/2018 11:46:58 PM
Well, at least it isn't a bad school. I've had plenty of experience with girl drama, so I (kind of) know how you feel. I know it isn't exactly the same, but I've got a class every other day (block schedule) that's all girls, save for myself. Granted, there're only 12-13 students... It can still be very annoying, as it is most of the time. I can feel the individual lines of tension stringing along between each girl in a huge web that completely entangles me in the middle of glares and eye-rolls.
What is/was your school like? on 2/14/2018 9:38:21 AM
Oh boy, catholic school -- and an all girls one, at that. How is it? Do you enjoy it?
What is/was your school like? on 2/13/2018 10:57:12 AM
I suppose that makes sense. We've got a GSA at my school, too. I attend sometimes to be enlightened, although sometimes I leave so confused (and often humored) that I wonder why I went in the first place. I've got friends in the club (two of which are the founders), and I'm fine with gayness or whatnot, it's just confusing sometimes, all the sexualities.