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(note: there were lots of unrelated messages interspersed among these, I've taken them out to emphasize the important bits)


[21:02:19] Alcom Isst: Subjective C

[21:11:44] Will Kirkby: then there's the absolutely spectacularly amazing Adjective C

[21:11:59] Will Kirkby: Ejective C, which throws out any code it doesn't like
[21:12:08] Will Kirkby: Projective C, which makes its voice heard
[21:12:14] Triangle717: Is Adverb C or Interjection C a real language?
[21:12:17] Will Kirkby: and Ineffective C, which is entirely useless.
[21:12:42] Noghiri: Ineffective C is only known to us because it was used for the driver handlers in Vista, XP x64, and Windows ME.

[21:13:24] Will Kirkby: @Le: no, since they don't match /[A-Z][a-z]*ective C/

[21:13:33] Triangle717: :D
[21:13:56] Will Kirkby: it's worrying how many non-programming uses I find for regex
[21:18:41] Noghiri: Overprotective C never segfaults.
[21:19:25] Will Kirkby: Introspective C runs entirely using reflection
[21:19:32] Noghiri: Retrospective C requires you to actually use FORTRAN
[21:20:52] Triangle717: While Protective C enables every possible error handler ever.
[21:21:17] Triangle717: Reflective C likes compiling old projects
[21:21:58] Triangle717: And Respective C is oh so polite.
[21:23:22] Noghiri: Prospective C is just a bunch of specs awaiting finalization
[21:26:08] Triangle717: Introspective C inspects itself.
[21:26:35] Triangle717: Elective C voted to not get involved
[21:26:55] Triangle717: Defective C was Dead on Arrival.
[21:38:47] Noghiri: Ablative C is really good at making dust clouds
[21:38:58] Noghiri: Capacitive C holds things for later use
[21:39:16] Noghiri: Causative C is what all things come from
[21:39:41] Noghiri: Disruptive C shouts at you when you're trying to explain something.
... then I made a bit of unix magic ...
[22:23:16] Will Kirkby: grep "tive$" /usr/share/dict/words | sed -e "s/\b\(.\)/\u\1/" | sed "s/$/ C/"
[22:26:18] Will Kirkby: http://kirk.by/text/5412138ea397e
[22:26:25] Will Kirkby: have a list of programming languages.

[22:27:04] Triangle717: Hypersensitive C drinks way too much coffee.

[22:27:12] Will Kirkby: Unproductive C doesn't drink enough coffee

[22:27:27] Will Kirkby: Seductive C is my kinda language

[22:27:27] Triangle717: Illustrative C: FLOWCHARTS FLOWCHARTS FLOWCHARTS

[22:28:42] Triangle717: Imaginative C comes up with ideas that canot be done.

[22:29:58] Triangle717: Multiplicative C: You have an error, error, error, error.

[22:30:36] Triangle717: Narrative C tells you absolutely everything it is doing in every single step during compiling and debugging.

[22:31:57] Will Kirkby: Primitive C, also known as "C"

[22:31:58] Triangle717: Insensitive C does not care if you forget to declare the type.

[22:32:21] Triangle717: Locomotive C, Laxative C
[22:32:24] Triangle717: I can't even...
[22:32:59] Noghiri: Locomotive C is a special application for European railway lines and will be coming soon to European Railway Simulater 2016.
[22:33:15] Triangle717: Manipulative C likes seducing you into doing it the way its wants.
[22:33:41] Triangle717: Informative C also tells you what it is doing, but it is actually meaningful.
[22:34:14] Triangle717: Incentive C had to bribe you to use it.
[22:34:53] Triangle717: Administrative C tells the other Cs how to act.
[22:35:05] Noghiri: Ablative C jumps in the way of rockets.
[22:35:17] Noghiri: It's also used for the armor code in Unreal.

[22:35:21] Triangle717: Acquisitive C buys out other languages.

[22:35:36] Noghiri: Inquisitive C kills cats.
[22:36:10] Triangle717: Affirmative C assures you everything is OK.
[22:36:39] Triangle717: Creative C: for the artists in your life
[22:37:02] Noghiri: Negative C is the slowest language on the planet and keeps telling you you're wrong.
[22:37:23] Triangle717: Digestive C is actually MiraLAX.
[22:37:52] Triangle717: Figurative C uses lots of examples.
[22:38:10] Triangle717: Hyperactive C makes your CPU usage bounce.
[22:38:26] Triangle717: Hypersensitive C: "DON'T DO THAT!!!!!!!!"
[22:39:15] Noghiri: Psychoactive C is usable in designer antipsychotics
[22:39:36] Triangle717: Nonrestrictive C lets you bypass the syntax rules.
[22:40:29] Triangle717: Photosensitive C can't handle graphics, so it makes command-line programs.
[22:40:56] Triangle717: Perspective C shines a new light on the subject.
[22:41:08] Triangle717: Talkative C: Me, when I am really tired. :P
[22:41:36] Triangle717: Unimaginative C: What's to do something, but has no idea what to do.

[22:42:24] Triangle717: Uncommunicative C: "Don't talk to me."

[22:42:43] Triangle717: Undemonstrative C: "Don't ask for an example."

[22:43:03] Triangle717: Unattractive C: The ugly duckling.

[22:43:54] Triangle717: Supportive C thinks every idea is a great one.

[22:44:16] Triangle717: Retroactive C fires back.

[22:47:22] Will Kirkby: Detective C puts everything in black and white, with a gravelly narration, and slow, smooth jazz in the background.

[22:48:26] Will Kirkby: Vegetative C has been in a coma for the last 10 years.

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... then I made a bit of unix magic ...

Procreative C is the father of all programming languages.



[12:16:52 AM] Cyrem: [5:16:38 PM] Ciprian: Let us know if you die

<<< okay
[12:16:56 AM] Cyrem: i'll try
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@  Latias4Ever (13 September 2014 - 03:43 PM)I'd assume Xiron would send Freedom Planet to my Humble Account.
@  Ben24x7 (13 September 2014 - 03:43 PM)Stop saying humble, you make it sound soo secretive
@  Ayliffe (13 September 2014 - 03:44 PM) xD
@  Latias4Ever (13 September 2014 - 03:45 PM)https://www.humblebundle.com It's literally called Humble.
@  Latias4Ever (13 September 2014 - 03:45 PM)https://www.humblebundle.com/store Literally.
@  Ben24x7 (13 September 2014 - 03:45 PM)Humble this, humble that
@  Ben24x7 (13 September 2014 - 03:45 PM)Humbly Numbly Bumbly
@  Ayliffe (13 September 2014 - 03:46 PM)Wibbly wobbly humbly wumbly :P
@  Ben24x7 (13 September 2014 - 03:47 PM)Timmy Whimmy
@  Ayliffe (13 September 2014 - 03:47 PM)Tim agrees :P
@  Ben24x7 (13 September 2014 - 03:47 PM)Timmy Whimmy on a blimpy
@  Ben24x7 (13 September 2014 - 03:48 PM)Timmy go wee
@  Ben24x7 (13 September 2014 - 03:49 PM)Blimpy go down
@  Ben24x7 (13 September 2014 - 03:49 PM)Timmy go ahh
@  Ben24x7 (13 September 2014 - 03:49 PM)Timmy go to hell
@  Ayliffe (13 September 2014 - 03:49 PM) xD



@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:53 PM)Timmy wakey up

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:53 PM)Timmy sees Satan

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:53 PM)Timmy sees fire

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:53 PM)Timmy sees...

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:53 PM)...DEATH

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:54 PM)And

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:54 PM)Timmy sees Blimpy

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:55 PM)Timmy hug Blimpy

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:55 PM)Blimpy go pop

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:55 PM)Timmy go cry

@  MaelstromIsl...:(13 September 2014 - 03:55 PM)._.

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:56 PM)Timmy go die again

@  MaelstromIsl...:(13 September 2014 - 03:57 PM)please be in heaven this tiem

@  MaelstromIsl...:(13 September 2014 - 03:57 PM)timmy didn't deserve this ._.

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:58 PM)Timmy wakey up

@  Ayliffe:(13 September 2014 - 03:58 PM)this is quality childrens book material :P

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:58 PM)Timmy in Heaven

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:58 PM)Timmy love heaen

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:58 PM)Timmy needs to pee

@  Ayliffe:(13 September 2014 - 03:59 PM)now we have to find a publisher insane enough to publish this :P

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:59 PM)Timmy pees at lamppost

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:59 PM)Timmy thrown off heaven

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:59 PM)Timmy die from fall damage

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:59 PM)Timmy die real

@  Ben24x7:(13 September 2014 - 03:59 PM)The End

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If the Postman Pat specsavers ad was directed by Michhael Bay:


@  Ayliffe (14 September 2014 - 09:44 AM)Postman Pat destroys his hometown   :P
@  Ayliffe (14 September 2014 - 09:45 AM)Should've gone to specsavers   :P
@  Shadowblaze (14 September 2014 - 09:45 AM)But did you really find that image in the game files?   :P
@  Ben24x7 (14 September 2014 - 09:45 AM)Whaaaaaaaat?
@  Ben24x7 (14 September 2014 - 09:45 AM)Oh, THAT, right
@  Ayliffe (14 September 2014 - 09:46 AM)  :P
@  Ben24x7 (14 September 2014 - 09:47 AM)If ONLY that ad was directed by Michael Bay
@  Ayliffe (14 September 2014 - 09:47 AM)*puts letter in door*
@  Ayliffe (14 September 2014 - 09:48 AM)*letter EXPLODES IN SLOW MOTION*   :P
@  Ben24x7 (14 September 2014 - 09:48 AM)*Pat drives into clothes line*
@  Ben24x7 (14 September 2014 - 09:49 AM)*Clothes line explodes*
@  Ayliffe (14 September 2014 - 09:49 AM)*Pat drives into a fence*
@  Ayliffe (14 September 2014 - 09:50 AM)*fence EXPLODES into a million pieces*
@  Ben24x7 (14 September 2014 - 09:51 AM)*Pat puts vegtables into Reverand's house*
@  Ben24x7 (14 September 2014 - 09:51 AM)*Vegtables EXPLODE AND SO DOES THE REVERAND*
@  Shadowblaze (14 September 2014 - 09:52 AM)*Epic orchestral hits start playing*
@  Ayliffe (14 September 2014 - 09:52 AM)*and then the house EXPLODES*

@  Ben24x7 (14 September 2014 - 09:52 AM)*Pats glasses break*

@  Ben24x7 (14 September 2014 - 09:52 AM)*Pat EXPLODES INTO OBLIVION*

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@ le717 : (14 September 2014 - 09:10 PM) I am probably going to regret this... but I am going to mock LI2 some more.
@ Xiron : (14 September 2014 - 09:12 PM) Yaaaay!
@ mumboking : (14 September 2014 - 09:12 PM) Hooray
@ mumboking : (14 September 2014 - 09:12 PM) I mean... Huzzah!
@ mumboking : (14 September 2014 - 09:13 PM) Shhhh...
@ le717 : (14 September 2014 - 09:13 PM) I'll be giving live reactions on Skype, and the best bits on Twitter.
@ le717 : (14 September 2014 - 09:14 PM) This is not going to end well.
@ le717 : (14 September 2014 - 09:14 PM) Here goes...
@ mumboking : (14 September 2014 - 09:16 PM) I wonder if the transparency issues will be there this time.
@ le717 : (14 September 2014 - 09:19 PM) Nah, they are fixed. ;)
@ le717 : (14 September 2014 - 09:19 PM) And by Skype, I mean the RRU group. ;)
@ le717 : (14 September 2014 - 09:19 PM) Loaded, let's a go do "my best"!
@ mumboking : (14 September 2014 - 09:20 PM) *Doesn't understand*
@ Xiron : (14 September 2014 - 09:24 PM) So much orange.
@ Cirevam : (14 September 2014 - 09:26 PM) Pepper, what are you doing?

@ Xiron : (14 September 2014 - 09:26 PM) And then there was yellow.
@ mumboking : (14 September 2014 - 09:26 PM) I thought you were light blue?
@ Ben24x7 : (14 September 2014 - 09:27 PM) Yay! 9 seconds! More than half the last film!
@ Cirevam : (14 September 2014 - 09:27 PM) That bloke's too good for cyan
@ Ayliffe : (14 September 2014 - 09:30 PM) A LLAMA IS APPROACHING
@ Ayliffe : (14 September 2014 - 09:30 PM) and my white text is superior :P
@ Ayliffe : (14 September 2014 - 09:31 PM) I still want purple though :P
@ Ayliffe : (14 September 2014 - 09:33 PM) Purple is the best colour in the universe :P
@ Xiron : (14 September 2014 - 09:36 PM) You look quite purple to me. :P


@ Latias4Ever : (14 September 2014 - 10:09 PM) Oh... Dammit Xiron, your name being orange threw me off.
@ Latias4Ever : (14 September 2014 - 10:09 PM) OH DAMMIT! You've been on for at least an hour now? I didn't notice you because your name isn't Cyan! ;_;
@ Xiron : (14 September 2014 - 10:10 PM) Haha.


In response to the title of this thread:
@ Arthuriel : (14 September 2014 - 11:54 PM) when I saw the title of the thread, I thought that a rru member finally lost his mind ;)


A few things cut out here...
@ Addictgamer : (14 September 2014 - 11:17 PM) I love green.
@ Addictgamer : (14 September 2014 - 11:17 PM) Best color ever.
@ Latias4Ever : (14 September 2014 - 11:47 PM) Cyan is my favourite colour.
@ Latias4Ever : (14 September 2014 - 11:47 PM) Unless you consider Gold a colour, though it's mainly a metal.
@ mumboking : (14 September 2014 - 11:47 PM) Cyrem is my favourite colour.
@ mumboking : (14 September 2014 - 11:48 PM) It's closest to #008080
@ Cyrem : (14 September 2014 - 11:55 PM) @mumboking :D
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[2:32:19 AM] Jamesster: i hate minifigure hook hands
[2:32:25 AM] Jamesster: i hate them
[2:32:32 AM] Jamesster: help
[2:32:37 AM] Alcom Isst: Why do you hate them, Jamesster?
[2:32:41 AM] Jamesster: hhhhhhhh
[2:35:03 AM] Jamesster: AHA
[2:35:07 AM] Jamesster: Idea
[2:35:12 AM] Jamesster: I think I've got it
[2:35:31 AM] Alcom Isst: Congratulations?
[2:36:16 AM] Jamesster: yes
[2:36:29 AM] Jamesster: it's 1:36 AM and I'm forming the delicate curvatures of these things
[2:36:32 AM] Jamesster: without my glasses
[2:36:47 AM] Jamesster: which makes it rather hard to see how said curvatures work
[2:47:38 AM] Jamesster: ... what the hell did I just do
[2:47:59 AM] Jamesster: I just went through a massively overcomplicated to get some geometry I could get with a single key stroke
[2:48:24 AM] Jamesster: okay maybe I shouldn't be attempting to model stuff while half of my brain is in la-la land
[2:48:49 AM] Jamesster: now
[2:48:52 AM] Jamesster: do I go to bed now
[2:48:53 AM] Jamesster: or
[2:48:58 AM] Jamesster: do I wrap this up
[2:50:45 AM | Edited 2:50:56 AM] Alcom Isst: Flip a coin.
[2:51:31 AM] Jamesster: now I'm just browsing bloskaldnf roms
[2:51:39 AM] Jamesster: I WILL FINISH THIS HOOK
[2:51:43 AM] Jamesster: I AM 9%P DONE
[2:52:34 AM] Jamesster: dear wad I have NO idea what I just did
[2:52:52 AM] Jamesster: http://prntscr.com/4nar3x
[2:53:50 AM] Jamesster: I think I wanted to... scale them? and I had to... I didn't have to
[2:53:57 AM] Jamesster: DRAW NEW ONES
[2:53:57 AM] High Weedmeigh: That's it.
[2:54:05 AM] High Weedmeigh: Confirmed to be working with Ubisoft at EB Expo 2014.
[2:54:17 AM] Jamesster: CONGRATS
[2:54:38 AM] Jamesster: WHY
[2:55:08 AM] Jamesster: well I'm going to model a lego hok hand for a pirate beause I CAN
[2:55:52 AM] Jamesster: (ps I need to)
[2:56:06 AM] Jamesster: .. so do I just delete this crap or what
[2:56:09 AM] Jamesster: yes, delete it is
[4:55:24 AM] High Weedmeigh: WHAT THE f****
[4:55:25 AM] High Weedmeigh: http://i.imgur.com/AD4UGXj.png
[4:55:28 AM] High Weedmeigh: WHERE'S THE 9 OF HEARTS?!
[4:56:07 AM] Poe: In a young girls heart
[4:56:33 AM] Poe: Get it
[4:59:47 AM] Ciprian: No oh soft jet out Joe
[4:59:49 AM] Ciprian: ...
[4:59:52 AM] Ciprian: What
[5:00:15 AM] Ciprian: I meant to say no I don't get it Joe
[5:01:58 AM] Alcom Isst: Moment of dementia?
[5:02:46 AM] Ciprian: No
[5:03:01 AM] Alcom Isst: Moment of intertia?
[5:03:02 AM] Ciprian: Typing at2 am on a phone
[5:03:08 AM] Ciprian: Does not work out good
[5:03:22 AM] Ciprian: Now I need must sleep
[5:03:44 AM] Ciprian: Goodnight Alcom
[5:04:16 AM] Ciprian: Our morning. What Jane you
[5:04:17 AM] Ciprian: ...
[5:04:24 AM] Ciprian: Or*
[5:04:30 AM] Ciprian: Have*
[5:04:36 AM] Ciprian: Bluh

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[20:44:34] Noghiri: JC2 is my favorite spiderman game.

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[9:55:27 AM] Alcom Isst: My head hurts after programming this Typing of the Dead Game.
[9:55:38 AM] Alcom Isst: Braaaaaaaaains.
[10:37:41 AM] Alcom Isst: To think that my chosen career was going to turn me into a zombie. Who knew!
[10:37:48 AM] Alcom Isst: Actually it's not much different.
[10:38:21 AM] Alcom Isst: All it comes with is a hunger for brains and an intense desire to produce Flappybird and Minecraft clones.

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[6:48:28 PM Alcom Isst: So I've been thinking about... err... ponies. I remember when I first watched MLP, I hated it, but I also took it as a dare, forcing myself to chug the whole series, assisted by simutaneous use of LDD. After the first season I built up an immunity, I was enjoying the show, everything was fine, I was effectively a brony. I watched season 2, then 3, then got bored with the series. Fastforward several months without MLP and my immunity completely died, and I can't stand the site of ponies again.
[6:48:34 PM] Alcom Isst: Which is really interesting.
[6:49:46 PM] Alcom Isst: Like, would anyone develop an immunity and liking for a media like this?
[6:50:31 PM] Alcom Isst: If I tied McJobless to a chair clockwork-orange style and forced him to watch My Little Pony, would he eventually develop a same immunity too?

[6:50:46 PM] McJobless: No.

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[9/27/14 7:10:05 PM] McJob: Can someone tell me why Peeron still stick to the stupid 3 year rule?
[9/27/14 7:21:10 PM] Lexi the Medicham: 3 year rule?
[9/27/14 7:22:16 PM] jamesster: it's like the five second rule but for sloths

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[5:51:55 PM] Triangle717: In this week's chapter in this absolutely excellent Dreamweaver book, e will be making a table-based website.
[6:31:11 PM] bartvbl: In this week's chapter in this absolutely awful Notepad++ book, we will be making a table-based website.In this week's chapter in this absolutely awful Notepad++ book, we will be using media queries to create a responsive website.[6:32:49 PM | Edited 6:32:55 PM] The Machine: I feel like a Notepad++ book would be packed with features in a lightweight format, but the graphical design would be terrible.
[6:35:10 PM] The Machine: The Sublime Text book would be packed with the same features, some more features, and have excellent graphical design with a very neat summary of the book. It would also be many times more expensive than the Notepad++ book. :P
[6:35:44 PM] bartvbl: you mean the book would be written using LaTeX? :P
[6:35:56 PM] bartvbl: [+1 though]
[6:36:19 PM] The Machine: The Visual Studio book would be packed with so many features that you don't need to read 90% of the book to be proficient. It would also be extremely slow to open and take up a lot of space on your desk. It would cost at least 50x that of the Sublime Text book.
[6:36:50 PM] Triangle717: The Atom text book would look just like the Sublime Text book and also be packed with features, but it would be super slow to get to the point, only provide Mac directions, freely editable by anyone, and < 2pt font size.
[6:37:09 PM] bartvbl: The eclipse book is very, very heavy. Everything described in it is kind of alright
[6:37:31 PM] bartvbl: The notepad.exe book really is a sheet of paper
[6:38:03 PM] bartvbl: I really dislike the more recent visual studio books.. the front covers are getting more awful with each version
[6:38:23 PM] Triangle717: The Vim book would have 10 chapters devoted to just closing it.
[6:39:03 PM] bartvbl: The dev/null book makes all problems disappear!
[6:40:10 PM] Noghiri: The nano book would only be accessible by accessing the man pages. and only tells you the command line arguments.
[6:40:10 PM] Triangle717: The Adobe Dreamweaver book is all about the 90s, with content being outdated, messy, and overall subpar.
[6:41:38 PM] bartvbl: The textPad book is one of those dusty old things you find at the back shelf in a bookstore, which requires a key to open that the store manager has lost over the years. When you open it it feels like something from an archive that's really not much better than notepad.exe
[6:43:56 PM] bartvbl: NetBeans is one of those books that tries to fill a hole in the market by trying to describe things in a different way most other books do. The only problem is that while it explains a few things excessively well, it just falls way behind in other areas
[6:44:44 PM] Triangle717: The Brackets text book has lots of well-written content, pleasing looks, and even tabbed sections, but it is possibly out of date in important sections within a month, major flaws or improvements are not fixed/added for > 3 months, or it is a bug at the printers and will hopefully be fixed in the next release.
[6:44:59 PM] bartvbl: The intellij book has a built-in tablet that searches the web for what you're thinking about
[6:46:33 PM] bartvbl: The SmallBasic book tries to be exciting to kids, yet uses a bit too much text to accomplish that; most throw it out after reading the first two paragraphs
[6:47:19 PM] Triangle717: The Ninja-IDE book is too unconventional. It uses methods that others do not use, is under near-constant development but a new revision is rarely published, and works in mysterious ways...
[6:47:25 PM] bartvbl: The book on IDLE is pretty good, yet I never seem to be able to recall what I've read after putting it away for a while
[6:48:00 PM] bartvbl: The book on Skype is kind of all-round WTF
[6:55:21 PM] Noghiri: The facebook is just a big spiral-bound stack of cat pictures, random inneffectual complaining, and waaaay too much information about your grandmother's medical condition. The editor quit two pages in.
[6:57:37 PM] Noghiri: The SciTE book is new, and rather obscure. I'd tell you what's in it, but I've never found a copy.




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[8:33:37 PM] Brigs: hey theres a jamester inposter on this minecraft server
[8:34:02 PM] Triangle717: Oh no
[8:34:12 PM] Triangle717: Brigs is becoming an Elimbier.
[8:34:24 PM | Edited 8:34:32 PM] Triangle717: His spelling has drastically degraded. D:
[8:34:44 PM] Alcom Isst: It is my duty to put him out of his misery then.
[8:34:54 PM] Alcom Isst: Actually, not really, I just want Brigs's stuff.
[8:35:07 PM] Triangle717: He wants my golden Vahi.
[8:35:15 PM | Edited 8:35:19 PM] Brigs: Don't worry, I put the masquarading lunatic out of his misery.
[8:35:45 PM] Triangle717: If that is how you spell that mask's name.
[8:35:54 PM] Brigs: That is correct. :P
[8:35:55 PM] Alcom Isst: The Jamesster clone? Or the Brigs clone who was an imposter and performing the bad spelling?
[8:36:55 PM | Edited 8:37:10 PM] Brigs: The former. You can tell it's not a jamesster because it isn't impersonating a furry.
[8:37:40 PM] Alcom Isst: Impersonating? Here I was thinking that Jamesster was a legitimate furry, but only part-time.
[8:38:21 PM] Alcom Isst: Wait, what joke am I even going for?
[8:38:27 PM] Alcom Isst: I lost track. ._.

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