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Re: Rorschach

Postby Vandel » Mon Apr 19, 2010 5:37 am

Crayz wrote:Edit: Last night's situation placed me in a terrible mindset. Whether it was a friendly joke or nonfriendly joke, words can be strongly affective given the right mindset.


I find myself in similar spaces sometimes in thought. Bad ruts... bad bad bad ruts. And heavy depression. It just needs to be remembered I guess that we're all really messed up in our own special way. :D I was pretty apprehensive when I first started posting, things have lightened up a little, some of my anxiety and such has been quashed. But for the most part, I'm still pretty defensive and uptight so I can relate. But I don't think for the most part anyone here really has the intentions of upsetting anyone. I've seen a few posters though that really like to stir things up, but not any of this bunch. I wouldn't take it too much to heart... text is also a dangerous medium, and since most of us struggle with communication issues and circumventing our emotional hangups and such, things become even more confusing, not to mention some of the cross language barriers. I know English isn't the first language for some of the posters here. Since, English is my first langauge and I still struggle with the processes it's capable of unfolding, I'd find a smile if you can... hold your head up, take a few deep breaths... and not fret. Be well... peace and light. Happy trails.
just me... trying to be... something more than I was yesterday. be well everyone.
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Re: Rorschach

Postby Crayz » Mon Apr 19, 2010 2:01 pm

Well, a strong symptom to social anxiety is irritability or lack of relating & joking with others. This typically doesn't happen to me online, especially in forums, but I was abnormally irritable last night & the night before.

Anywho, lets put this thread back on the original subject.
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Re: Rorschach

Postby SmileXx » Mon Apr 19, 2010 3:52 pm

Would it have been as offensive if he just called you Crayz?
You have kind of introduced people to the idea that you're okay with the term "crazy" since it's your username.
Just wondering.
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Re: Rorschach

Postby Crayz » Tue Apr 20, 2010 10:07 pm

SmileXx wrote:Would it have been as offensive if he just called you Crayz?
You have kind of introduced people to the idea that you're okay with the term "crazy" since it's your username.
Just wondering.


Depends. The way you stated it in my first thread at this forum was proper and quite formal, it didn't induce any kind of immature joking, insulting, or the childish 'lets talk trash'.
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Re: Rorschach

Postby SmileXx » Wed Apr 21, 2010 6:14 pm

I dunno. Was just curious. ^_^
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Re: Rorschach

Postby SuicidalFish » Thu Apr 22, 2010 1:25 am

1) Looks like two nuns kissing, while being ripped apart by dragons
2) two dogs, with like a spiked nose balancing a bullet on their spiked nose.
3) 2 people with breasts and erect penis trying to have sex with a jug of some sort.
4) A demon like figure bent over looking at his a erect penis
5) A catapillar which looks like its eaten a stick insect
6) Female genitalia
7) Two deformed Bunnies
8) A large human-lizard type creature (Naga)
9) A pig-featured girl staring into a mirror horrifiedly
10) Two demons holding a bullet, Naga again, Two people shooting eachother, Hooded women holding hands.

Hope my answers where interesting :)
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Re: Rorschach

Postby Crayz » Thu Apr 22, 2010 2:51 am

Eh I wasn't too happy the past few days. Let this thread continue its original discussion 8)

And yea, I realized that my mind goes retarded in situations like Truth or Dare as well. Whenever my turn came around, I'd sit there for 10 minutes with no ideas, maybe one or two lame ideas, while everyone else is 'hmmmmmmmmmmm..... do this!'

I left the game after a few rounds, it was childish and annoying. High school students are =\
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Re: Rorschach

Postby Hammer » Fri Apr 23, 2010 12:12 am

1 - An Evil Face
2 - Dead Bunnies
3 - A mushroom cloud
4 - Two people back to back against a wall holding a pistol
5 - Bat
6 - An elaborate custom guitar
7 - 2 things looking at each other but pointing away
8 - 2 animals climbing up an ancient warlord type person
9 - An explosion
10 - ??? There is too much happening, I can't focus on anything in the last one
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Re: Rorschach

Postby en_causa_sui » Tue Apr 27, 2010 10:33 am

1. A conductor and bits of the stage and audience.
2. A man's face with a dark beard. He's bleeding out the mouth and has bloodshot eyes.
3. Two centaurs with briefcases. A red bowtie and hanging axes.
4. An oncoming train with a child on the tracks.
5. A moth with elongated wings.
6. A dear pelt/hide missing it's front legs.
7. Two women hula dancing.
8. A bear or large cat reflected in a lake.
9. A flame and embers. Smoke pushed down by some sudden gust.
10. Two figures with cattle skulls and wings. Blue crabs with scorpion tails.

...looking at everyone else's answers now mine seem very weird. lol
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Re: Rorschach

Postby Oneirophile » Wed May 19, 2010 9:48 pm

1. Moth-Owl-Ballerina
2. Two dwarfs hi-fiving each other/a fly (eyes at bottom)
3. Thin winged figures leaning back, looking at each other / a scarab beetle facing down
4. bull- or horse-skull/stripped chicken/floating dragon (head at bottom)
5. very obvious butterfly or moth flapping wings
6. upper part: first - a cactus, then - a phallic shape. bottom part: no idea. the whole thing seems a bit menacing.
7. stereotype "indians" (feather on head) mimicing each other in a bird-like pose / female with her legs spread (at bottom)
8. some fat insectoid crab creature in a "pretty" dress (arms look like chameleons)
9. gambas (prawns) at top, female crotch, legs and vagina at bottom
10.wizard (red cloth) holding/summoning lightning or electric spheres. face at bottom.

Hi, I'm new to the board, by the way.
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