Mad-Mutt wrote:For True Order:
Dude we were just disagreeing with you not ripping your head off and putting it on display. Don't freak out.
First of all it is common knowledge that telling someone who is freaking out to not freak out will in fact freak them out more. Same goes for calm down, chill, simmer down, cool your jets and etc.
Second of all, with a texan accent: "I ain't freakin' just pointin' out how silly it is to get on somebody's case bout an opinion." O'course you can disagree but don't get all thorough by giving reasons why I'm wrong and counter points to ma' points etc. W'ain't writing no persuasive essay we merely be statin' opinions."
My text may have been written with a rough texan accent but my metaphors are not texan one bit.
Grieffon wrote:It was an expression of surprise, nothing more. I guess I should have worded as "You are the first". I'm not good at making or understanding expressions, English is not my first language.
Oh. Then even with my lack of freaking out I have still somewhat over reacted. Apologies all around. In fact the next round of Apologies are on me!
Yo couch! Not sure if you're gonna see this before going on your read-a-thon but if I said I was looking for another pony-fic that gives the tier of immersion that Fallout: Equestria gave me. What would you have to recommend?
We're talking so immersive that I will actually stand up from my chair, place my palms on my cheeks in awe and parade around the room saying "Nooooo waaaay." Also that I will make involuntarily audible gasps in a library with a very strict shush code. Both of which happened while I read FO:E, multiple times.
Thanks for your time broseph.