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Phenom Anon X
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I didn’t want to necropost so here is the mark 2 thread.

Original thread here:

You know when you’re playing too much KSP when you think Moho is the closest planet to the sun.

 

 

 

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You know you're playing a lot of KSP when you see real NASA photos and think it would look better with Planetshine and Scatterer

 

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Especially when its the new content videos and I find myself trying to rotate the scenes for better or closer views :joy:

 

Or if you are watching NASA footage and hit the F2 trying to bring up the HUD

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I was at a restaurant and someone hit a wine bottle, spilling it.

I hence looked at the bottle, which was tall and narrow, and concluded it was a really bad lander, and should have used some lateral tanks, or at least some properly placed landing legs. Those people making bottles have no idea what they are doing.

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22 hours ago, DialoMalison said:

You know you are playing a lot of KSP when you are watching a KSP video and you right click and drag to rotate the view for the third time in as many minutes.

 

4 hours ago, Dientus said:

Especially when its the new content videos and I find myself trying to rotate the scenes for better or closer views :joy:

 

I have done that so many times. I must be playing too much.

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I’m just going to list the things I do:

- Confuse LEO with LKO

-Try to measure the width of rockets to see if I can recreate them

-Am un-amused by air-launch systems

-When I see an illustration of a rocket in space with “pointy” exhaust, for forgetfulness of the term, I say they should get a better graphics mod instead of saying it’s unrealistic.

-Attempted to Phys-warp past a history lesson

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When the physics teacher teaches orbital basics (what an orbit is, elliptical shapes, hyperbolic escape trajectories...) and you already know everything before he explains it and he then asks you "But you haven't learned that in school, right?"

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On 5/20/2013 at 10:11 PM, Phenom Anon X said:

You know you're playing a lot of KSP when..

Once, I caught myself looking at some real objects around me and trying to identify which KSP parts they are made of.

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