February 15, 2020 at 7:26 pm #106270
@Dylan-Yarbrough *snort* I’d roll my eyes, but I avoid explanation too sometimes. . . usually because the truth is stranger than fiction. 😕
But yeah. You do sound like Tai. His craziness usually takes the form of pranks on everyone around him, though.
Hearts are like matter--they can be beaten down, torn, and burned, but they cannot be destroyed.February 15, 2020 at 7:40 pm #106271
*shrug* Something like that.
I’m not very into pranks, but there are some cool ones out there.
They're not mistakes, they're unexpected plot twists.February 15, 2020 at 8:34 pm #106275
@Dylan-Yarbrough Heh, yeah, I think of pranks a lot that I COULD carry out. . . but usually my common sense interrupts and says “No, not only would that be mean, you would get in a truckload of trouble for that.” *sigh* It’s rare that I come up with one I actually do. Although my brother played one recently on my dad. Took an empty toothpaste tube and blew it up, then replaced his full tube with it.
My mom and I both enjoyed that a lot more than my dad did.
Hearts are like matter--they can be beaten down, torn, and burned, but they cannot be destroyed.February 17, 2020 at 2:19 am #106358Caseybold@caseybold
@dylan-yarbrough Hi! I really just jumped in here to say that the way you did your introduction is so cool 😀 Welcome, and I hope to see you around!
I'm nobody, Who are you? -Emily Dickinson 뜻이 있는 곳에 길이 있다.February 17, 2020 at 11:01 pm #106407Sarah Inkdragon@sarah-inkdragon
I don’t know you, but it seems we’ll get along.
I’m Sarah–Inkdragon, that is. Or you can call me Sink. (Long story.) Whichever is more useful when in the middle of writing a long and arduous paragraph. I tend to hold the deep sense of sarcasm, general laziness(Well, not laziness, per se, but rather a like for doing nothing physically strenuous as much as possible. The mind deserves to be developed more, I think.), and bluntness of the INTJ with an affinity for little INTP things like tangents and tea. Tea is nice. So are tangents, and you’ll see me go off on them quite often.
Also, PotC is fab. Jack Sparrow is the best, hands down.
(I’m also going to make @i-david come over here…. because TOP.) I like TOP. More than I should, really. As soon as I listen too them after not for a while I wonder what I’ve done with my life to make such things so. Imagine Dragons are good, though I prefer their older music. All Time Low has a few songs I like, as do Paradise Fears. (Couldn’t remember the names of the songs I like to save my life, however – I’ll likely forget as soon as I remember anyhow.) I like a lot of NF’s songs, and pretty much anything with an upbeat/fast tone but interesting lyrics. Which accounts for a very long range of likes(And a longer range of dislikes, mainly being country and pop. Those don’t count as music.) in music. Beyond that, I listen to mainly musical soundtracks(And yes, Cabinet Battle #1 is excellent.) and random compositions. Occasionally, an anime/game soundtrack as well – because what would life be without the Legend of Zelda theme, Shelter or the soundtrack from Kimi no Na wa?
Shrimp is good. I prefer sushi but that’s an acquired taste for most of the population, apparently. Odd.
I can’t say I have anything to do with martial arts, I’d likely end up kicking myself in the face rather than my opponent, but I dabbled in wrestling when I was younger and now I’m more into horses. They’re cool, you know. Soccer is likewise cool, but again – the cleats would end up plastered to my forehead. I’ll leave it to fellows like you.
Ships are fascinating. I especially like the older styles, just because I’ve been on an older ship and I have to wonder how they managed to stay afloat sometimes. (Not to mention, PotC is fabulous and probably is a large reason why I consider ships cool things.)
Anyhow, nice meeting you.
"A hard heart is no infallible protection against a soft head."
- C. S. LewisFebruary 17, 2020 at 11:05 pm #106408
@sarah-inkdragon *skids in*
***did someone mention the Kimi no Na Wa soundtrack????***
Hearts are like matter--they can be beaten down, torn, and burned, but they cannot be destroyed.February 18, 2020 at 12:25 am #106412
Yo, you sound awesome. I got down to the watermelon part and was already laughing aloud.
First off, nice to meet you! I’m Livi. Not actually. But that’s what you can call me 😛 And whaddya know?? I write stuff, too!! I write fantasy… and I usually have some comedy in there. But I don’t call my genre “comedic fantasy.” Though I love reading it.
I am the girl that everyone who knows me “in real life” thinks is an introvert. But I’m actually an extrovert with social anxiety. Which is why my personality online will seem WAY different than the personality of me in person. But it’s just cause I’d be… *gasp* …talking to you face-to-face.
I have no idea what my enneagram type is. I took the test and I think I’m a 4. Or was it 8… Idk. And I’ve taken the Myers Briggs test multiple times and still don’t 100% agree with any of the types I was given. *shrugs* I think it has to do with the face I’m an extrovert with social anxiety.
*coughs* There should be a “captain” in there somewhere. 😛 I’ve seen the first movie, and I love it, and I need to see the rest ASAP. Thing is, I have to go to my aunt’s house to see it cause we don’t have a tv. *shrugs* But I will see the rest! Never fear. *now has “I’m a Pirate” stuck in my head and is 100% fine with that*
I have taken the official sorting test (never seen or read Harry Potter, but am going to in a couple years), and am a Hufflepuff. Though I think I’m 59% Hufflepuff and 41% Slytherin.
100% agree with you on the pineapple and watermelon part.
Ships and boats are cool. Very aesthetic. But I’m not an expert on any type. Unless you count kayaks. I love kayaks. Though I’m still not an expert on them.
I am actually starting martial art lessons tomorrow morning… A friend is gonna teach me and my brother. But until I catch up to you… I shall fear you. *dips head*
Ah! Another self-taught pianist! I am still teaching myself… And yes… movie soundtracks and my favorite songs from my favorite singers (i.e. I See Fire – Ed Sheeran, a couple by Shawn Mendes, etc.) are what I play. Though I love classical and want to learn Beethoven’s 5th someday.
I have always been and will continue to be thoroughly confused my most any sport besides basketball, table tennis, bowling, and baseball. The only sport I actually play is table tennis (I do bowl some), but I love watching basketball and baseball.
Favorite movies…. Oooh. Princess Bride, the first PotC movie, the LotR movies, The Hobbit… Lots of others that are evading my mind…
I also have a broad music taste. Everything from country to (some) rap. Pop and some rock are my main genres. Spotify has become quite confused when it tries to give me suggested playlists. (Buddy Holly and Johnny Cash meet Ed Sheeran and Smash Mouth.)
Ooh. I must disagree with you on the shrimp part. I could develop a taste for it… I think. But nuh-uh. *shakes head* Also I’m not a fan of crawfish or crab. Never had oyster, never will. Favorite seafood (cause I like too many foods to pick an overall favorite) is either tuna or salmon. OOH NO. Catfish. That we catch. *nods*
Pizza and tacos are both great, but I have to be careful what kind of meat is used. My stomach likes to reject certain spices or something.
And yes… Ice cream… I should find something to be a connoisseur of… *thinks*
I’ve had a few fortune cookies and they all had something dumb like “now is a time to call someone you love” or something. Nothing impressive. I called my grandma. Told her why I did. Rather anti-climatic, though she did appreciate me calling.
Card tricks!! I love cards. AH! That’s it! I am a card connoisseur. I have (quite literally; I counted) around 25 or 30 card decks. I collect them. My favorites are my trick deck (one edge is wider than the other so you can turn a card around and pull it out easily.), the deck I got at a gift shop on the coast that’s pirate-themed, and a deck I got at another gift shop that has all different kinds of coastal birds and their Latin names.
I don’t use many hand signs, really. I’ll dab occasionally, though 😛
And no. I get you. And really? You sound awesome. Like, I would totally read one of your books. And I would totally read a book with you as the main character.
Huh. I lost the instruction manual as well. *shrugs* I would have skimmed over it, but it’d have ended up under a pile of stuff on my desk anyhow.
*reads through the other comments*
YO!! PERCY JACKSON FAN!! Have a blue cupcake.
*starts humming Radioactive*
(Also, I love your forum signature.)
And yeah. Avoiding having to explain something. *nods* Yepyep.
Ok, since I’m running out of things to say right now cause I’m tired and also cause I’ve been called to bed three times (heh. Oops)… *makes grand flourishing movements with hands* Ask me anything. I love answering questions.
~Sir Nicholas BeauvalletFebruary 18, 2020 at 12:29 am #106413Sarah Inkdragon@sarah-inkdragon
Did I? It appears I did.
"A hard heart is no infallible protection against a soft head."
- C. S. LewisFebruary 18, 2020 at 8:15 am #106422Emberynus The Dragonslayer@emberynus-the-dragonslayer
*creeps back in* did somebody say NF Oh Lord?!!
Sleep doesn't help if it's your soul that's tired.February 18, 2020 at 1:36 pm #106465
BOKURA TIME-FU-RA-I-YA KIMI WO KAKEAMANO KURAIMO TAKE NO MAKURE MOHAGURE KO
*proceeds to sing more misheard and thus badly transcribed lyrics that would make a Japanese person wilt to hear*
Hearts are like matter--they can be beaten down, torn, and burned, but they cannot be destroyed.February 18, 2020 at 5:41 pm #106577
@dylan-yarbrough Enneagram type 9 here… Whatever that means to you XD
~Sir Nicholas BeauvalletFebruary 18, 2020 at 5:59 pm #106580
*is reading back over what I wrote last night* Yikes. Ignore the typos, please. Being awake for long periods of time tends to make my spelling ability take a face-plant onto the ground.
While I’m here… I should mention that I’m a huge fan of Star Wars (I actually have only seen the prequel trilogy, Rogue One, and The Rise of Skywalker), and am waiting anxiously for season 2 of The Mandalorian. My brother and I both memorized the “death sticks” scene (mimicking the voices and all) from Attack of the Clones. And I’m working on Jar Jar’s voice. It’s pretty hard, tbh…
Also, I haven’t (and won’t, and please nobody else watch it unless you’re good with extreme content issues) seen The Witcher… but Toss a Coin is AN AMAZING SONG and it’s been stuck in my head since I first heard it.
Ever heard of Peter Hollens? No? Search for his PotC cover medley. It’s not his best cover, but it’s pretty awesome. He’s an a cappella singer… And he’s awesome.
~Sir Nicholas BeauvalletFebruary 18, 2020 at 6:50 pm #106592
@caseybold 🙏 I’m also rather fond of my introduction.
“I don’t know you, but it seems we’ll get along.”
Yes, the part where you don’t know me is, in fact, why I’m introducing myself😜
We’ll see what I call you. 😏
Hey, that music is rather niche. Surprised you’re familiar. Cabinet Battle #1 absolutely rocks. The whole thing.
Not a fan of sushi, weirdo. 😇
Kicking yourself in the face would be genuinely impressive.
Yes, a pleasure.
@anne_the_noob14 Entertaining people was the goal, yes.
Well. I mean, if you don’t write comedy it wouldn’t make much sense to call your genre comedy, I’d agree. 😉
Props for realizing extraversion/introversion is binary and doesn’t have to do with how shy or outgoing or whatever you are. Or claiming you’re an ambivert. Pet peeves.
I don’t know a ton about enneagram, tbh. MBTI, yes, enneagram no. And the tests are incredibly inaccurate even if you don’t have social anxiety.
*He’s a Pirate. Come on, get it right. 😉
Hufflepuff and Slytherin is an ironic combination.
You agree with me because I’m right.
I know nothing about kayaks except that they’re probably pretty top-heavy.
Being even vaguely familiar with sports is more than most writers can say. Glad to have someone else who’s into them some.
The only country song I like is How Do You Like Me Now, which is absolutely awesome.
I respect your disagreement about shrimp, but also you’re wrong. 😇
“Or something.” Ah yes. You sound very confident about that one. 😜
Card collecting is cool. Know any tricks?
Eugh, the dab. 🙄😉
Appreciated. I often do like to think of myself as the main character of my own story.
Yeah, Percy Jackson is pretty awesome. Leo Valdez is the star though (fellow ENTP 😉).
(Thanks. I’m proud of it.)
What’s your favorite hobby?
They're not mistakes, they're unexpected plot twists.February 18, 2020 at 6:54 pm #106593
And @anne_the_noob14 again because you couldn’t post your reply before I started typing… 😜
Star Wars is cool. I’m one of the people who doesn’t see any problem with the prequels or the sequels.
Don’t have a problem with most content, but also don’t have a lot of interest in the Witcher. Not my style.
Seen him. He nailed Be Prepared. Haven’t seen his PotC one yet.
They're not mistakes, they're unexpected plot twists.February 18, 2020 at 7:05 pm #106598
Ah! Yes, my bad lol. He’s a Pirate. Like I said… my brain was tired.
It really is lol. I’m either very Hufflepuffish or very Slytherinish, depending on my mood. *shrugs*
That’s generally why I agree with people 😛
Kayaks actually aren’t horribly top-heavy. Not as much as you’d expect. Obviously you wouldn’t wanna lean too far to the side, but if you stay put, you’re good.
*feels like I’ve heard that song* Who sings it?
*grins* I’ll develop a taste, I’m sure. I think it’s first a matter of finding good shrimp.
I do! I know a basic one with my trick deck, and another couple more advanced ones. I’d have to look up the names lol. And it’s been a while, so I think I only know two that I could do immediately if you handed me a deck.
😀 Not a fan of the dab, eh?
I LOVE LEO HE’S MY BABYYYYY AND IF RICK DARES TO KILL HIM (Or Nico) I WILL BE LESS THAN PLEASED.
Ooh. Um. How dare you make me pick?? I would have to say either writing (though that’s not as much of a hobby as it is 88% of my necessary sustenance) or table tennis. Or piano. Though I haven’t been practicing as much as I should, so I’m not sure I’m entitled to call that my favorite hobby. Or reading. *shrugs* One of those 😀
If you could meet any one person, dead, alive, wherever and whatever, and visit with them for a day, who would it be?
~Sir Nicholas Beauvallet
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