I just wanted to mention that I've requested a ban, in case anyone gets confused.
If for some reason you really need to reach me, you can try [URL="http://thingamahickey.blogspot.com/"]leaving a comment at the Interactive Comic's blog[/URL], sending me a [URL="http://mastersagecomics.deviantart.com/"]private note on deviantArt[/URL], or even reaching me through [URL="http://ms-comics.blogspot.com/"]my own blog[/URL].
Oh, i was talking in general. Yeah in this case, there are people agreeing but like, i mean in the past and junk. Sorry, should have made that clear.
:/ Yeah...it happens when a person has....some unconventional opinions. Im sorry you feel that way though cuz really, people dont mean to be like that. (most of the time)
But anyway, if you really feel a break is necessary, thats fine too!
Well as for the thread goes, no one is really taking a dump on your opinions. At least thats not their intent. They are just talking about their thoughts on the subject. Because actually, a lot of people agree with you. They were just explaining why some may not.
Awww Is it because of that one thread? Or is it because like IRL junk or some such? (or just need a break)
Asking for bans is ok. There is now a banned on request usergroup.
Why, whats up?
I HAVENT EVEN GOT MY BANNER REMOVED YET.
(thank you <3)
HOW DARE YE
HOW. DARE. [I]YE.[/I]
I'M NOT BEAR GRYLLS MAN.
WHAT IS THIS
I HATE SPAM
LOOK AT IT. FESTERING MEAT IN A CAN
I'D RATHER PISS INTO MY OWN EYES
I KNOW YOU CAN DO IT.
AND YES. PARTY TIME.
I SAW I SAW OH MY GOD CONGRATULATIONS! <333333333333
Honestly, that's great news! I'm happy for you! No more stress huh? xD
I DIDN'T GET IT YET.
LOGGED IN, NO EMAIL. BUT THE GUY WAS ONLINE 20 MINUTES AGO.
[SPOILER]No srsly, i cried while reading your post. It was such a sweet thing![/SPOILER]
Awwww. Maybe not. But still, both your posts to each other...manly tears.
Ha, you have nothing to apologize for...it just hit a note with me, I guess--something I've nearly forgotten about. And yes, it's [I]always[/I] worth it...relationships are hard (I had a similar aversion to them as you, though perhaps less adamantly against them), and constant work--especially after you pass what everyone likes to call the "honeymoon" stage after the first few months to half a year or so of being together, but the reward of having someone you invest so much trust and energy in to do the same for you, someone with whom you share the most intimate moments of your life...it's something I could not imagine living without now. I am just as in love with my husband as I was when I first met him, but it's even more exciting seeing that bond grow and deepen as the years pass.
I saw her post in the "Help" forum, and I pray that everything gets better for her. I'm sure she needs you more than ever, now, and she's lucky to at least have you in her life, however far away physically you might be.
And I will never forget that feeling, seeing her come down those stairs at the airport with her face lighting up. Before that day, I was positive I'd cry out of joy when I saw her, but I didn't even tear up at all-- I was in too much fucking shock that it was really happening.
When the day came that we had to bring her back to the airport for her trip home, it didn't even hit me at first for most of it. I was sad, but it always sort of takes a while for things to hit me (like when I first saw her). After we said goodbye for now, I had to head home by myself, and it was as I was driving home that it hit me. That's when I really teared up. I wouldn't find her there when I got home. She wouldn't be waiting there when I came home from school or work anymore. My room felt like an extremely lonely place that day, so much so that I didn't even go in it until I had to sleep. It was made worse by the fact that I knew what she was going back to. She was going back to a hostile home environment with terrible weather and terrible people, with nothing but work to look forward to.
JJ, let me make this clear-- Meeting you was probably the best thing that's ever happened to me in my life, and I know for a fact that before you came here, there was nothing I ever looked forward to more in my life than meeting you. There still isn't anything I'm looking forward to more than the next time we meet. Talking to you online has always been a source of happiness and humor despite less-than-happy moments, but meeting you in person is one of the absolute best set of memories I have in my entire life, no question. It made me feel so happy to have you to talk to, here, in person, every day. It was indescribably amazing to see you every morning after I woke up, and to be able to say goodnight every night, and to come home and be able to see you after work or school wore me out.
I want you to know that you have a home here, and you have a family here now that cares about you-- and it isn't just me anymore. It's my parents, and my brother, and my aunts and uncles, and my grandparents.... we all care about you, and you will always be welcome here. You're family to us. And we [I]will[/I] find a way to make sure you can come back, for longer next time. Much longer. Maybe, eventually, for good.
And most importantly, no matter how far away we live from each other, and no matter how much we might argue or stress each other out sometimes, and no matter what kinds of issues we go through, and no matter how much I might screw things up a lot of the time.... [I]I love you.[/I] And as I often remind you any time you forget... the fact that you got me in a relationship at all is proof enough of how much you mean to me. You basically did the impossible. [I]You got me into a relationship.[/I]
I know it sometimes doesn't sink in when just I tell you things that you've heard before. Sometimes it helps it get through to you when other people say it too. Well, some people here have also demonstrated how much they care about you.
And now my family can be added to that list of people that do genuinely care about you. And I don't want you to forget that.
EDIT: There's so much I can't even remember to say properly like how much she also supports me so much and it's not just me dealing with her problems because she deals with my problems all the time too and stuff but ah
YOU PEOPLE GET THE IDEA
[espoiler]So...I just wanna say that this post was one of the few that have ever made me tear up physically. Your description of how you felt when she left, the feeling of emptiness that now encompassed you on the way back from dropping her off at the airport...these were the exact same feelings that I had during the long-distance period of my relationship. And while it didn't start online,still, the feeling of being tens of thousands of miles away, separated by an ocean with only a computer screen to connect you...God. I'm married with him now, and we currently live together, but our future is uncertain thanks to legal visa statuses and whatnot. But...I just have faith that everything will work out in the end, as I do for you. [/espoiler]
Anyway, I just had to get that off my chest when I read your post. Sorry if I disturbed/bothered you in any way.
let me know if there's anything I can do to help
hey, I'm just wondering if there's been any update regarding the Interactive Comic Revival?
am i mac and cheese?
I didn't have an extra few bucks to dish out for that But that's with most things, for me. lol. I'm lucky I was an ambassador, otherwise I wouldn't have any downloaded games. lol.
eh, me too. My drawing skills are limited, lol. I think I sent a mario-themed swapnote to Paper Prince, but yeah... who can't draw a goomba? lol.
Tonch!!! XD YOU DRAW REALLY WELL! I just got your swapnote today. Hopefully mine sent out, too. I wrote them ages ago, but just now got to a place of wifi. Enjoy that. lol.
you're a handsome devil
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