Status Updates posted by cratercracker
So. I just decided to go play KSP again, it didn't even launch on me.
But here is some stuff anyways:
current status: no will to live, no motivation, no hope. So yeah, pretty okay, how about you guys?
I am leaving the community. For many reasons, non of which include other members of it.
I’ll still be posting on the posters threa
who even cares lol
happy new year, cool peoples
I am de captain now
i eat crayons for the kicks
*inception theme intensifies*
crappy stuff again
Whenever i play videogames with a slightest possibility of roleplay, i always start a cult.
The Cult of Nothing
That's what i called it.
But actually, we had something to praise:
It is called ''The crying triangle''.
It doesn't have any edgy subtext to it, or any certain meaning.
In fact, quite the opposite, it means that there is no meaning to a thing.
It basicly means the nothing of something.
But this ''thing'' is not the object of my interest. (even tho i created it)
Especially comparing to the fact of how easily people joined the cult and easily they got along with each other. (not all the time tho, since, you know, there is always a conflict in a group, even if it is not obvious, but you get the point.)
It really shows how people really like to be part of something, even if this ''something'' doesn't have an ideology to follow, logic to reason or cope with, or at the very least a certain thinning aspect to it.
It is just the ''crowd'' feeling that drives a lot of people.
Although i never saw any serious dedication to the cult from any of its followers. What people really liked to do tho, were the sacrifices. They kinda knew that this is pointless and illogical, but they continued to do so. They exclaimed ''For the Triangle!'' and stuff like that when they were doing things.
That shows how often do people join certain groups, just to justify their difficult to justify otherwise actions.
Another thing i noticed, is that sometimes, in the beggining of a small cult, when the amount of people involved is small. Members tend to act a bit xenophobic. Previosly people who were just outsiders, were now called all sorts of things, that i shouldn't really mention here.
That's probably because of the role play factor and the fact that we all really hate each other and just wait for the opportunity to insult/discriminate others.
That's ok, i guess.
And that probably doesn't apply to anyone, or, does it?
Games i did this is (long time ago, i stopped doing)
3. Minecraft PE
4. Free Fire (mobile PUBG rip-off)
What's your opinion?
Have you ever done any social experiments? In games or IRL?
i did this wiTH MY BARE HANDS [HEAVY METAL STARTS PLAYING]
hello darkness my old friend
I am going to repost my posters from here -
to the Lounge, soon.
QUALITY STATUS : INCREASED
CRITIQUE : REQUIRED
GOD : DAMN IT
So, i got myself a laptop! That means i can do requests the whole summer and beyond!
How do you like this?
How do you like this?
Am i the only one who realized that they mixed up Ganymede and Callisto in the google maps?
(look at the pictures to the left)
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Is this the same in English?
Ganymede and Callisto do look quite simulair, they both look like someone painted the night sky on a planet, wait let me check...
EDIT: The same problem in English Google Maps, ouch, Google, ouch. How has no one realized this yet? The actual maps are the way they should however.
Check this out! It is amazing! Like, really amazing.
Come on, just one click, an amazing adventure for 30 seconds.
I kept this thread as a secret.
No need to scroll down, all the pics are in the OP.
Today i fell asleep right at my desk.
R.I.P my face
Also, how do you like this picture?
I just finished rewatching my favourite anime, so i had some motivation to do this.
What do you think?
*sketches mountains while doing tasks during the ultra-difficult math test*
*Actually taking time and sitting down to draw mountains*
I DID THIS, IT TOOK ME 2 FULL HOURS OF WRITING TO FINISH
R.I.P Stephen Hawking.
It is incredible to think that i once breathed the same air, that a genius who unraveled the mysteries of stars once breathed.