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Conversation Between CrumbledCandyWrapper and Starsprite
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  1. Starsprite
    July 23rd, 2012 8:53 PM
    Yay. Internet friends. x3

    Well you know, he would have been. It's just that he started harassing me, and so I called him some...not so nice names, and he decided we were going to be 'beeeeeeeeeeeest firends'. That quickly spiraled out of control, and with each passing day he would harass me more and more, and I'm not sure if it constituted as sexual harassment, but it sure felt like it at times. That was when he crossed the line from 'average annoying jock' to 'go die slowly somewhere I never want to see you again'.

    Seven children. Seven children. It's like a nightmare. All of the other stuff is vaguely frightening, but that is horrible. I also don't get what you were trying to say about the Sims. Your sentence wasn't exactly...clear.

    I got it on my 5th, I believe. Then again, I'm younger than you, so it may have been approximately the same time. Who knows? I sure don't.

    Oh. I'm sorry. I have a bad feeling about my schedule too, but I don't receive it until the 25th. Or I guess tomorrow, since it's about 12 AM now.

    Probably a lot, but I wasn't sure who you were interacting with in PTA. In Synchronicity, not much. Ozzy bunnied you for a line. There's also lost of shipping talk going on, but you knew that. Uh...the Pokemon Hunger Games is almost full. (I'm in it, in case you can't remember.) And that's all I really know.

    Oh, and there are now two Alexes in Synchronicity. Almost forgot about that.
  2. CrumbledCandyWrapper
    July 23rd, 2012 8:38 PM
    Exactly, the bond is definitely there x]

    He sounds like your average coincidental classmate. Just more jocky if anything

    I've been shot through two windows, killed 1,031 flying bugs, had 3 wives and one husband (haha), and I'm the semi-proud father of 7 kids :] Fable's more addicting than the Sims, which is a lie because onlove the Sims <--

    I was alive for the last half of it at least, so when my first game came in the 2000's I got a little suspicious and got it on my .... 7th birthday? I think ...

    I'm unfortunately in classes with ALL different people. I don't see the same people per class. And seeing how I just got my schedule a day before my absence, I'm definitely not looking forward to my Senior year.

    Well that's great! :] What'd I miss RP wise? ... I haven't checked the threads yet and I'm sure you can tell me LOADS!
  3. Starsprite
    July 20th, 2012 9:50 PM
    This is correct. 131 messages is quite a few, so that means we must at least tolerate each other. xD

    Well here's a brief character introduction to my little rant then. There's this guy in my classes, who is the popular, jock, egotist extraordinaire of the class. And I wanted absolutely nothing to do with him. He, among his little triad of idiots, got on my nerves so very very much. Which is why he had to be in three out of four classes with me for both semesters, of course. There's a lot more to this, but that should tell you a lot right there.

    Well I guess that makes sense. Having to relive the same thirty minutes over and over seems like a pain though. How far have you ever gotten in your challenge? (relatively. I've never played it. xP)

    Well it first came out in the 90's but I was only alive for the tail end of that decade. xD

    Well, yes and no, really. I got to see a lot of my own friends.

    I found assistance, and who I found seems just fine. I think I'm getting a good start. x3
  4. CrumbledCandyWrapper
    July 20th, 2012 9:26 PM
    We've had 130+ messages of interaction on here as it is. I'm sure it's not a problem, so go ahead :]

    You'd think so ... but what ELSE do I have to do? Plus (besides the first 30 minutes of the game), it's never the same experience :]

    I got my first game.in ... the 2000's I believe? Maybe I'm remembering wrong? But yeah, you're right. Not the 90's.

    Oh ... big school/small group. I get it, and it must be awful?

    Find your room, trust me. You could copy what Lusca did and went to the cafeteria for help (although you may run into Issac along the way, which I DON'T recommend you do). -.-
  5. Starsprite
    July 20th, 2012 12:17 PM
    As in a really long story that I can tell, but you may not be interested in. xD

    Why are you doing it if it's boring? Isn't that kind of counter productive?

    I don't really know. I wasn't very aware of my surroundings in the 90's. I got into it at a very early age, but not in the 90's.

    Because we're usually in all of the same classes. I live in a small town, and while my school is giant (all the children in the county go to it) my class's AP kids are kind of a small group.

    I still need to post my arrival. I'm just uncertain of what to do. ^^'
  6. CrumbledCandyWrapper
    July 20th, 2012 12:04 PM
    Nasty history? As in a bad argument? Fight? Death wish? :3

    Oh no, I'm Nuzlocke'n in Fable too. If I die, I start over by a different name (so to speak). It's boring and really repetitive. ^__^""

    Exactly. Pokemon was the game of the 90's if I'm not mistaken?

    Why are you stuck around them.then? :/

    That's what I knew would more than likely occur, which is why I eqquiped my teacher with 3 Pokemon that will control the classes behavior whenever she cannot. :] [Preparedness is next to ... Godliness?]
  7. Starsprite
    July 20th, 2012 10:07 AM
    Well this one was the ringleader. See, he's the smart one, and rather than being shunned for it, he is somehow respected for it. I really would have thought that at a school like mine, being in an advanced placement class was a death wish, but apparently not. Their popularity transcends the bounds of all classes and brings utter stupidity to all of them. Keep in mind, this is in reference to the popular kids of my school. I have a nasty history with them.

    The third time? Isn't it kind of a long game? Or am I thinking of something else.

    Where have all of them been? I realize I'm not that old, but I'd say at my age it''s a bit late to first be hearing of Pokemon.

    I'm stuck around them too. The difference is that we aren't exactly friends.

    I want to be in that class. I want to cause trouble in that class.
  8. CrumbledCandyWrapper
    July 20th, 2012 8:20 AM
    Egotism is the main priority of popular kids... in a sense. -.- It's either be a jerk ... or be a loser?

    The exact reason why I'm playing Fable 3... for the third time.

    Where have they been where they hadn't heard of Pokemon until then? Lol

    Not to be conceited about it, but I actually think I'm stuck around popular kids. :/ I'm just not an egotistical A-hole like most of them -.-

    I can yell now this class is going to be VERY eventful when the new teacher comes in with no lesson plan whatsoever.
  9. Starsprite
    July 19th, 2012 7:22 PM
    I'd like to say that I have a fairly good idea of the people who's company I want to keep. But...I'm a popular target for all kinds of interesting people. For example, the single most egotistical jerk I've ever met. I don't know what he was trying to do, but I didn't want any part of it. Well, it's a long story really. "Popular kids," I suppose.

    Exactly. Just play what you want. Why does it matter as long as it provide entertainment?

    I too have a friend who plays Pokemon, but she's new to it. She called me her hero after I told her how long I've been with the franchise. It was funny. x3

    Seriously though. Popular kids. Not my crowd. Usually.

    How about how to use various types of Pokemon for survival? like the uses of each type. Just a suggestion.
  10. CrumbledCandyWrapper
    July 19th, 2012 7:11 PM
    As a Senior in high school? Yes. x] But while I do SEE it regularly, I dont have people around that would do it to me. I think it's because I'm dreadfully aware of who I want to hang out with.

    Nonono lol not pompous. I've been on the receiving end is what I meant x] I REALLY dont understand the logic behind the whole video game trends. If I see a new game that I want, I get it. I'm not the type to play a basketball game and get overzealous and excited about anyone else who does :/

    And I actually have a REALLY good friend who knows I play Pokemon, that's actually when I found out he did too, and some of the more "popular kids" we always hand out with. Isn't it great when you don't have to live double-lives like that x]

    Well... no... maybe not THAT ... probably something more aesthetic like.... What berries humans/Pokemon can't eat... that type of boring stuff :/
  11. Starsprite
    July 19th, 2012 6:55 PM
    You're kidding right? Have you ever been inside a high school? They did not learn that lesson. I experience this regularly.

    You're a pompous gamer then? So why does the club not let you have manners when referring to anyone who plays any other kind of game? What would they do to you if they found out you played Pokemon? x[

    Are you sure? I mean, I might try to go find a rampaging Scolipede, because I don't believe you. I mean, I never would have avoided rampaging Scolipedes on my own.
  12. CrumbledCandyWrapper
    July 19th, 2012 6:50 PM
    I knew that's where this was going xD It's a lesson kids'll more than likely learn in like middle school... maybe high school ... but it could wait a little while haha!

    Hmm, I think I've been inside this club for a day or two. You really learn what stereotypes lie around in the video game universe once you're playing online ... :/

    Hmmm. Well! Lesson One: Avoid the rampaging Scolipede! ^__^
  13. Starsprite
    July 19th, 2012 4:35 PM
    It would teach kids that if you act like a jerk you will get slapped and shunned. That's a good lesson, and I believe all kids need to learn it. xD

    My friends like shooters and Skyrim if they like games at all. It annoys me, so I try not to talk to them about it. I have a certain...disliking for the way they act in regards to games. It's as if the genre they like has a secret club that requires them to be pompous, because they all are. And I'm not making this up.

    Eh. It might help. You'll just have to be inventive.
  14. CrumbledCandyWrapper
    July 19th, 2012 4:20 PM
    Slapping him and shunning him out would have been SO pleasing x] But, then again, what does that teach all the ten year old who watch the show? xD

    Pokemon's become so taboo it's unreal ... used to be the only thing I'd hear my friends talk about. Now those same friends have moved on to Modern Warfare and Dynasty Warriors ... which is somewhat understandable.

    My teacher's in charge of Survival 101 basically. She teaches kids what to do in the wild if you're without food/water and whatnot. My class actually sounds redundant now that I think about it @[email protected]
  15. Starsprite
    July 19th, 2012 3:59 PM
    Sometimes I have an exceedingly long and complicated though, and it gets so convoluted coming out of my head that it's entirely unintelligible. So I know exactly how you feel.

    It would have been better if they slapped him and condemned him for the rest of the week. I mean, get over yourself kid. You're really annoying. xD

    Mine was Silver, and I went back and bought Yellow at some point. Gen II was pretty much over by the time I played it though. Most of my childhood was Gen III. I have so many memories of playing R/S/E with my friends. I no longer have any friends who play Pokemon, so meh.

    I was going to make a teacher, but it was far too confusing. Maybe once I get everything figured out I will. What does your teacher teach?

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