Hey just be glad that your school has working technology most of the time. In my first three years of secondary school, they didn't even have WIFI. The computers were so slow and heavy that they only can open microsoft word before spacing out and it wasn't even possible to print stuff and papers on them. The year before me noted their grades and homework on a huge classroom book, because my school hadn't thought that online apps were a thing.
We use ixl too, it's so boring.
Man, really getting old. Didn't have any of this stuff in school.
Just a "permanent record" that you got threatened with whenever you did something wrong.
Anyway, yeah rant was lame. Come back when you're getting canceled in school for using the wrong pronoun or involved in a mass shooting that's all the rage in schools nowadays.
did they (rawr) use any other pronouns like they/them or is it strictly rawr/rawrself
I respect people using xenopronouns, but if you're only going to use one set, you have to expect that people won't use them. Honestly they/them is neutral so I don't know why someone wouldn't be ok using those?
Lmao, I'm stealing that 'self-immolate' line.
Honestly though anyone who uses anything other than he/she/they can get bent, I'm not gonna be caught dead saying that xe/xi/xo/xum I smell the blood of cis scum shit unironically.
Yep it is, good catch; I'm a pretty big history/fantasy enthusiast and I've always thought zweihander sounds cool, even though it just means 'two hander'. I actually like flamberges more as a sword, but the name is just kinda lame and gives me metrosexual vibes.
Here's where I would ask something about your username but I'm honestly not sure what a 'proctor' is without a google search, nor why said proctor is the color red. A communist proctor perhaps, here to finally bring down the detestable bourgeoisie? My curiosity is piqued.
It's admirable how daily you strive to be the biggest faggot on Earth
there's gotta be one tranny that sticks around more than a week
but for real y'all can be a bit nicer about this
Actually we've had several trannys stick around for years.
One of them was even an admin briefly. That was during the dark time of course.
Another one started out as a wannabe rapping wigger, so when he became a tranny he was actually less annoying.
And the other major one mostly flaps about lurking a lot.
I'm trans and I've been here a couple months so far (after lurking for a few years).
I really don't get the neopronouns thing at all. The english language already has four pronoun options, and two of them are gender neutral. The argument is that not respecting someone's personal precise neopronoun is going to give them anxiety, but language has NEVER been perfectly clear and precise. It's just meant to be an approximation to facilitate clear communication. And using neopronouns is anything BUT clear communication.
I mostly just feel bad for those people though. There's some really misleading information on the internet, and it's way too easy for anxious and depressed teens to fall prey to this kind of thing.
This is a real special occasion and calls for a reward!
Lol, thanks for the points!
Lol, how is Bondo no longer the token good one/I am the token good one?
Bondo never was the token good one since he severely fucked up during his first few months here. Though surprisingly he didn't just run away like so many others and given how persistent he is in sticking around, he was heading in that direction.
You however have already written two puzzle stories (Thus fattening up that category) with one actually featured. And you haven't acted like a whining retard, so you're ahead of the game already.
@mizal and @ (obligatory space) Endmaster:
Lol, thanks! Glad to hear I haven't been making any of the traditional noob mistakes
I'm not saying we need to bring back bullying, but back when bullying was a thing, no one would demand to be called "rawrself".
What gender is rawrself anyway? Meat?
You haven’t yet encountered the joys of having to ask for recommendations for literally anything.
Being at the mercy for your scholarships that you should be entitled to since you meet the brown person and gpa requirements. Having to beg as they stare down at you smugly, knowing your fate is in their hands.
Pffft. I'm sure you have something to put in this portfolio sounding thing. Talk about your time on CYS, and how it made you a better writer and person.
Then tell them about our great points program. It's the fast track to real-life financial success. However, do not quote me on that. They'll just have to believe it really hard and make accounts, and then inquire about the programs that do in fact exist on here. Again, do not quote me on this. I am just a humble college intern reading off of the cue cards they've given me.
Ok, not sure if you would like potential solutions or just wanted to rant, but if it's the latter, here are some things I'll suggest.
Educational institutes like community hours. I'm sure you can do a google search for some activities that could give you community hours (I've encountered some that give you hours for just making a poster about social issues, writing letters to front-liners, etc). Or you could peer tutor another student; my friend and I 'peer tutored' each other for different subjects to get hours. Well, basically we do our assignments together sometimes while cheating the system to get community hours lol.
You could join competitions too, whether it's for writing, music, debate, art, academic tests, etc. At the very least, you'll get a certificate of participation. That's still something to add. Like Thara mentioned, scholarships are great things to add too! Even a high academic average or being on the honour roll may be possible things to put since those seem 'important'. Oh, and depending on your school, you might be able to add extracurricular activities too.
If all else fails, just start up a mini NGO for fundraising during your spare time. That worked quite well for me so far (though this may be rather time-consuming).
To be honest, I prefer courses that are way too easy than those that are overly challenging. After all, just take the exams and do well, while challenging yourself to more difficult concepts outside of class time. Not only do you get a whole lot of free time that you can spend on writing, reading, or cultivating other hobbies, but you can focus specifically on the subjects you're interested in instead of striving to succeed in a number of courses you don't particularly like.
Considering Bono and Ace are posting in the thread, your rant still isn't the lamest thing in it.
this is what I found https://www.deviantart.com/arliensnowshade/art/Mythical-tree-262876265
It was the only result when I reverse image searched it.