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The phrase "real man", as it is commonly used, is meaningless, and should not be used.
Post edited December 19, 2017 by sanscript
One part of a sentence I just posted that I think is suitable:

"This should hopefully allow you to walk and hence play the game."

Actually, I don't think that particular sentence needs any context.
Post edited December 21, 2017 by dtgreene
"My dick fell off."

(Yes, I actually saw that sentence.)
There are no normal people.
One of my own making (since no one else posted it -- for shame!):
Another part of a sentence:

"If a game needs MP to be good, I don't get it,"

So, what's wrong with Magic Points? Why does the original poster of this partial sentence have a problem with them?
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dtgreene: Another part of a sentence:

"If a game needs MP to be good, I don't get it,"

So, what's wrong with Magic Points? Why does the original poster of this partial sentence have a problem with them?
lol! I thought in mana points at first and took me like 20 seconds to figure out that the original word of the sentence is multiplayer. Maybe PM in spanish (MP) was blocking me.
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dtgreene: Another part of a sentence:

"If a game needs MP to be good, I don't get it,"

So, what's wrong with Magic Points? Why does the original poster of this partial sentence have a problem with them?
Clearly, they were talking about military police.
Post edited December 25, 2017 by HunchBluntley
Maybe she came to our planet to see if there's life in my pants.
Post edited December 27, 2017 by vidsgame
"I support banning soda and water."

(This was actually posted in a reddit thread whose title was of the form "$group supports banning $x and $y", where (to the particular subreddit's audience) $x was something obviously bad and $y obviously good; the quote above is just the same thing with the politics removed.)

Notice how this particular quote can be misparsed?
From the changelog of a video game:

"You can now cook with lava."
Cynical? No way... he was just as healthy as Feynman's hetero skirt chasing
Post edited January 03, 2018 by sanscript
This isn't a direct quote, but something that I would say (and have at some point, though it might have been offline) when giving advice for a certain video game:

"Don't bother with armor; wearing armor will cause you to take more damage."

(Now, can you figure out which game I am talking about?)
(From a comment in Twitch chat)

Boys: Don't look for a cute gamer girlfriend; *become* that cute gamer girlfriend.