• posted a message on Ayu's Magical Corner
    Looks like fun. Smile I played a R/W Heroic deck that Teia built for me a few times before KTK was released. It was really trollish and fun to play whether I won or lost. Hope it works out for you! Kekeke

    As far as your cut goes, I think a mainboard Triton Tactics could be a lot of fun, but that's just me. (I have an unhealthy love of combat tricks.)
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  • posted a message on [Easy-Huggable™] Yomako's Positive Place
    No worries. Not awkward, just had to brace for the inevitable trolling by a certain someone. Shocked
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  • posted a message on [Easy-Huggable™] Yomako's Positive Place
    Tah-LOR. Doesn't really matter to me how other people pronounce it, though.
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  • posted a message on [Easy-Huggable™] Yomako's Positive Place
    Quote from Teia Rabishu »
    Not really much to tell. Last summer, she basically just admitted she sees me as more than a friend and asked me out. I said I hadn't really considered a relationship before, but gave a yes, and you can see how it turned out. If she wants, she can give a bit more detail from her side of things, but on my side of things it was a relatively sudden "oh, wait, I friendzoned you? Let's try undoing that" thing (though it's not like she was feeling that way for ages beforehand or anything, since she brought it up relatively soon after she started feeling that way).

    tl;dr rather than sulk about the friend zone online like an MRA, asking the person out directly can actually work.
    You didn't "friendzone" me. I became your friend because I wanted to be your friend. Dating stuff came much later. (I just really dislike that term.)
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  • posted a message on [Easy-Huggable™] Yomako's Positive Place
    Quote from Teia Rabishu »
    Quote from pikachugundam »
    I have a dumb phone... Not a smart one...


    Ouch.

    But at least you can rest easy knowing Talore shares your pain. trololololol
    Swear

    My phone belongs in a museum. Not that I'd want to shell out for a smartphone anyways, since I'd get almost zero use out of the additional functionality.
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  • posted a message on [Easy-Huggable™] Yomako's Positive Place
    Quote from Teia Rabishu »
    Dammit, Talore, why do you have to know, what, like, different spices are and *****? Gaaaaaaaaaah
    One of us has to Gaaaaaaaaaah
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  • posted a message on Teh Kitchen - Speakeasy Cooking Log
    As the Positive Place saw, Teia and I made curry the other day.

    Potatoes
    Chickpeas
    Broccoli
    Red Peppers
    Bird's Eye Chiles
    Thin Egg Noodles

    Sauce:
    Tomatoes
    Bird's Eye Chiles
    Cumin
    Coriander
    Tumeric
    Sichuan Pepper
    Ginger
    Garlic
    Toasted Onion

    I don't have measurements, and there might've been other spices that I forgot. tl;dr is that it was really good and really spicy. No proper onions available so we made due with what we had in the kitchen.
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  • posted a message on [Easy-Huggable™] Yomako's Positive Place
    @Curry: The sauce started from tomatoes, bird's eye chiles, garlic, ginger, tumeric, sichuan pepper, cumin, coriander, and some other stuff I can't remember. I threw some toasted onion in there as well because we ran out of onions, else I would've started it by cooking down onion. We also ended up adding too many vegetables so we had to mix some jarred sauce in so that it'd cook correctly.

    Japanese curry is pretty tasty, hope you enjoy that! Smileup

    Group Hug
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  • posted a message on Personal
    Quote from Goku890 »
    Can you close this to where I am the only one who can add to it?
    The only way I can do that is by moving it to the Testing Grounds, but it'd also make it so that you're the only one able to see the thread, too. Would you like that?
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  • posted a message on Personal
    Moved this from Personal Writing to the Speakeasy, as Personal Writing is more for literature.
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