Dear RPS:

Thank you for letting me know that there is a TV Tropes page for LJRP. Which then let me find out there's a page for Daisychain. Which sent me on another nostalgia trip. Aaaaaaaa. It's really tempting to go and fill that sucker out even more but my Trope-fu is weak.

Day 20: Digimon -Least favorite season?
With retrospect, Frontier really wasn't all that bad. It still had some great characters and a big overarching plot, but... when you get down to it, part of what really made the show special was the connection between a kid and their partner. Without that, the show was much harder to appreciate fully. Not to mention the two main guys far outranked the other characters by the end, which always frustrated me.

Day 21: Pokemon -Favorite Friendship
Again, I haven't watched the show in years. However, the original trio of Ash, Brock and Misty will always be the best in my nostalgic mind. And I can trust that, one way or another, Brock will always show up again to be Ash's bro.

30 Days of Pokemon/Digimon
After all, he's the repressed sexuality... )
You know a great way to fend off fears of evil video game ghosts?

Watching old episodes of Legends of the Hidden Temple.

Though now I might have nightmares of Temple Guards and goddamn monkey statues
unij: YOU BET KID (Digimon are so squishy)
Oh my god you guys it makes me so happy that someone on the TGWTG site is doing Digimon reviews--it took her forever to get around to it, but I am sooooo pleased now that she's started. This show raised me, you guys. I love it so much, and to see someone else geeking over it like me makes me feel so vindicated. I really wish she'd spent more time on character analysis outside of Tai and Matt, because I think there's a lot to look at for all of the Adventure kids.

In other news,
The How's My Driving? Meme

And finally, we bring this sucker to a close.

Day 28: A song that makes you feel guilty
I second [livejournal.com profile] yamikonumber7 's response: What? Lol, no.
Day 28: A song you thought you knew the words to and then it turned out to be something totally different

I thought it was a happy song about quirky, confident people falling in love. Then I found out it was about how attractive people are lonely and desperate for their sad one-night stands. I like my version better.

Day 29: A song from your childhood

In elementary school, we always had a big year-end revue that was often a pain, but hey, you got to be in stage in front of your parents. In fourth grade, so many of us signed up that our grade got split into two groups. Our group did this song, and we kicked ass. The parents cheered extra loud, and even the fifth graders told us we rocked. I kept the cardboard guitar cut-out in my closet for years after.

Day 30: Your favorite song at this time last year

I think I've earned the right at this point to break my "No EBA" rule. It's still my favorite, for reasons entirely separate from Lobster Bucket--my Favorite Song tends to last for years on end, until I get tired of it. But until then, this song will always, always, always make me smile.

The End )
unij: YOU BET KID (Kittens are manly)
Toy Story 3

Toy Story 3


brb hugging all the toys I still have left and apologizing to them for not playing with them more
This is awesome:

Okay now I gotta finish packing. Why is my Spring Break so different from everyone else's D= I wanna hang with my friends
unij: YOU BET KID (Bink's Sake)

It's not enough for me to be missing DC so badly for months, to be getting extra wistful over the reunion thread. Having the OOC chat's return was what really hammered it in. I haven't had that feeling that DC chat gave for a long time; feeling like being part of a chat where you're all friends who know each other, can have conversations together about the game without even being involved in plots directly with one another. It amplifies how much fun you have with the game itself by a ton. XI chat feels so disconnected for me, in comparison. We need to do this sort of thing more often.

Aaaaaugh I miss you guys.
unij: YOU BET KID (Bink's Sake)
I've never seen a new year as all that big a deal. I stay up to midnight anyway, but 2010 seems like a nice enough thing to acknowledge. Especially since, looking back, I'm pretty happy with this year.

I made friends, online and in reality. I tried new things, perhaps not as many as some would recommend, but enough for me to feel proud enough. For a year that started off academically lousy, it's resolved into a place where I'm looking forward to more, hoping for the best. Heck, I'm feeling pretty pleased with things as a whole right now, even if not everything is exactly as needed and maybe I should be a little more prepared. But I've always been the sort to let things come as they are.

I want to repeat Erica's sentiment: So much of the support and happiness this year came from my experiences at [livejournal.com profile] daisychainrpg . I made great friends, did some great writing, had some powerful emotional experiences, found some fabulous new series to delve into. Not everything was perfect, but I couldn't have wished for a more supportive, welcoming, exciting game to have seen me through the majority of this year.
Oh my god you guys Lynda Barry is the coolest person ever

She just spoke in our class and it was amazing like she was just talking about all these things she did as a kid and I was like this is exactly what happened to me how do you know how to put everything into words so perfect and then she had us do some writing exercises and it was just

just so cool you guys

so much nostalgia.

November 2014



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