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how many people wanna ask ya boy scheisskopf some questions

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okay i'm feeling very sad and lonely and tired so i'll answer any you have for me
BUT (here's the catch): i'll only answer in the morning~~ mostly because i'm tired

i'm aware of the fact that i'm by no means a very prominent presence in the bulbagarden community, but i'd personally be open to any questions you have; although this may carry the shameful stench of narcissism, i promise that i only have the best intentions. ask away, but only if you want.

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  1. Infinity Edge's Avatar
    Why do you use this forum? Gimme a detailed answer :3
  2. scheisskopf's Avatar
    oh wow i'm still up, surprise!

    Quote Originally Posted by Infinity Edge
    Why do you use this forum? Gimme a detailed answer :3
    To be honest, I don't come on here much anymore: I'll stop by maybe two or three times a month (possibly more frequently: I'm terrible at processing time and always have been) to check out what's happening here. I mostly post in the music forums to tell everyone what I've been listening to, but I think the thing that I crave most is a sense of belonging in my life. I can't find it within my coterie of friends either online or offline, due to my difficulty with talking to people for more than about thirty seconds (any loner than that, and I become an incomprehensible, stuttering mess), nor can I sate this longing on the other myriad of forums that I've joined. The only reason why I join forums, really, is to try to fill that gaping loneliness in me that I've never really been able to stave off. All attempts have hitherto been unsuccessful.

    I think that's sort of a digression, though, so I'll get to the point: I usually hop on Bulbagarden's forums primarily on accident. I'll look up a Pokemon or a move, and think that I haven't been on the forums in a while and wonder what's going on. Occasionally, I'll post a few things and almost as often as I post, I delete my posts because I'm honestly too embarrassed of them to be comfortable with having my words placed under public scrutiny. BMGF is an interesting place, though, and I like its accepting atmosphere. It feels way less 'outsider,' if you will, than most of the other corners of the internet I've ventured to. Although I don't really post much (nor do I really intend to in the near future), it's a pretty nice place, and I learn more curia about the game here than I think I do anywhere else.

    This response reeks of narcissism, my sincere apologies. I probably didn't even answer your question!
    Updated 29th May 2013 at 01:29 AM by scheisskopf
  3. Infinity Edge's Avatar
    [QUOTE=Money Store;bt285164]oh wow i'm still up, surprise!



    To be honest, I don't come on here much anymore: I'll stop by maybe two or three times a month (possibly more frequently: I'm terrible at processing time and always have been) to check out what's happening here. I mostly post in the music forums to tell everyone what I've been listening to, but I think the thing that I crave most is a sense of belonging in my life. I can't find it within my coterie of friends either online or offline, due to my difficulty with talking to people for more than about thirty seconds (any loner than that, and I become an incomprehensible, stuttering mess), nor can I sate this longing on the other myriad of forums that I've joined. The only reason why I join forums, really, is to try to fill that gaping loneliness in me that I've never really been able to stave off. All attempts have hitherto been unsuccessful.

    I think that's sort of a digression, though, so I'll get to the point: I usually hop on Bulbagarden's forums primarily on accident. I'll look up a Pokemon or a move, and think that I haven't been on the forums in a while and wonder what's going on. Occasionally, I'll post a few things and almost as often as I post, I delete my posts because I'm honestly too embarrassed of them to be comfortable with having my words placed under public scrutiny. BMGF is an interesting place, though, and I like its accepting atmosphere. It feels way less 'outsider,' if you will, than most of the other corners of the internet I've ventured to. Although I don't really post much (nor do I really intend to in the near future), it's a pretty nice place, and I learn more curia about the game here than I think I do anywhere else.

    This response reeks of narcissism, my sincere apologies. I probably didn't even answer your question![/QUOTE]

    Oh yeah, I too always feel terrible after writing posts and want to delete it (usually ending up semi-doing it). Damn, human nature.
  4. Jack Pschitt's Avatar
    Tell me what'cha want, what'cha really really want.
  5. scheisskopf's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt
    Tell me what'cha want, what'cha really really want.
    not to look too much like trinidad james

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