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#28 - The spongebob movie 10/08/2013 on Stone Age Selfies +7
#16 - You got a permit for all those edges? 10/04/2013 on Dave +3
#144 - >Be working at stop and shop >it's late and i'm clos… 09/29/2013 on Retail +7
#3 - Beasts Collaborated 09/23/2013 on Pillow Fight Fun 0
#84 - Colour 09/23/2013 on Name Colors -2
#68 - Hell Yeah! He and Jack Black are like best friends, they're bo… 09/15/2013 on Guitar Orgasm +1
#36 - Dave Grohl  [+] (2 new replies) 09/13/2013 on Guitar Orgasm +3
#67 - kaycie (09/14/2013) [-]
....is that who played the devil?!?!?
User avatar #68 - marmanator (09/15/2013) [-]
Hell Yeah! He and Jack Black are like best friends, they're both in the Foo Fighters music video for Low
#88 - Yeah, i got you, but if you had transferred all of them you wo… 09/10/2013 on we all did this at one point 0
#85 - Yeah, it's the IV's or EV"S or some **** but…  [+] (2 new replies) 09/10/2013 on we all did this at one point 0
User avatar #87 - theguywhofarted (09/10/2013) [-]
It has something to do with the OT, so yeah it wasn't shiny on blue but it was on gold, so if i transfer it back to blue and back to gold it would still be shiny, the point of my sadness is that i may have met hundred of possible shinys and never knew
User avatar #88 - marmanator (09/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, i got you, but if you had transferred all of them you would have known, plus the early ones are super easy to glitch
#74 - Red and Blue didn't have shinies, the first ones were GSC beca…  [+] (5 new replies) 09/10/2013 on we all did this at one point +4
#112 - anonymous (09/10/2013) [-]
Since shininess was based on IV's in gen 2 if you sent over a pokemon from gen 1 with the proper IV's it would be shiny. Thus, he could have met many potential shiny pokemon.
User avatar #84 - theguywhofarted (09/10/2013) [-]
I thougt so too, but there is a place in the pokemon data that defines if the pokemon is shiny or not, and it's also in the first gen. That's why the bulbasaur i got from oak in blue turned out to be shiny in gold
User avatar #85 - marmanator (09/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, it's the IV's or EV"S or some shit but that might be determined when they are transferred
User avatar #87 - theguywhofarted (09/10/2013) [-]
It has something to do with the OT, so yeah it wasn't shiny on blue but it was on gold, so if i transfer it back to blue and back to gold it would still be shiny, the point of my sadness is that i may have met hundred of possible shinys and never knew
User avatar #88 - marmanator (09/10/2013) [-]
Yeah, i got you, but if you had transferred all of them you would have known, plus the early ones are super easy to glitch
#27 - Timelord 09/03/2013 on Choose your destiny! 0
#6 - Not that 08/30/2013 on i r beutifool 0
#34 - Does the mark of the outsider from dishonored count as an item? 08/29/2013 on Answer Honestly 0
#52 - np dude, i wouldn't resort to ******** if i had …  [+] (1 new reply) 08/29/2013 on bisexual genderqueer 0
User avatar #53 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
Aren't we all? individuals are typically intelligent, It's only in a group that they become idiots. I hope to run into you some other time, but I'm gonna sign off for now.
#50 - Well, i guess thats kind of the point, i shouldn't really get …  [+] (3 new replies) 08/29/2013 on bisexual genderqueer 0
User avatar #51 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
As long as you can respect that and come from a view of understanding. I've watched my aunt and her husband (they're both technically straight) get run out of a church because of it and I remember asking her when I was little why her voice was so deep. Those kinds of things hurt in a way we'll not easily understand. I thank you for this discussion and admire that you didn't resort to insulting me.
User avatar #52 - marmanator (08/29/2013) [-]
np dude, i wouldn't resort to bullshit if i had no idea of what i was talking about, plus why would i insult someone who actually employs some logic into their conversations? I feel like im surrounded by idiots most of the time
User avatar #53 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
Aren't we all? individuals are typically intelligent, It's only in a group that they become idiots. I hope to run into you some other time, but I'm gonna sign off for now.
#51 - What ever you do do not under any circumstances ev…  [+] (6 new replies) 08/29/2013 on Hi funnyjunk +201
#783 - anisbanana (08/29/2013) [-]
The HP and Thumbs bar is in that same exact font c:
User avatar #952 - clockworkseven (08/29/2013) [-]
Very nice, although I think that having a health bar would look better.
Also: are thumbs the currency in the game?
User avatar #800 - whiteniggers (08/29/2013) [-]
So... if 130+ people dislike it... then maybe you should change it...
#779 - anonymous (08/29/2013) [-]
How come it's so hard to read? I can read it just fine?
User avatar #657 - extooso (08/29/2013) [-]
i think its fancy
#325 - superpianobros (08/29/2013) [-]
I couldn't read any of the green parts, sadly.
#48 - I honestly don't even understand this, how is saying i am the …  [+] (5 new replies) 08/29/2013 on bisexual genderqueer 0
User avatar #49 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
You raise a valid point. I'm not saying they're mentally ill. There's at the most basic level, a wiring error where they're body says one thing, but they're brain says another. A lot goes into it and the levels of hormones in the mother's womb makes a difference as well as several other factors. I'm not an expert on the subject. Just a well read student with a transgendered aunt.
User avatar #50 - marmanator (08/29/2013) [-]
Well, i guess thats kind of the point, i shouldn't really get how they feel because im not like that, and i will never understand it.
User avatar #51 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
As long as you can respect that and come from a view of understanding. I've watched my aunt and her husband (they're both technically straight) get run out of a church because of it and I remember asking her when I was little why her voice was so deep. Those kinds of things hurt in a way we'll not easily understand. I thank you for this discussion and admire that you didn't resort to insulting me.
User avatar #52 - marmanator (08/29/2013) [-]
np dude, i wouldn't resort to bullshit if i had no idea of what i was talking about, plus why would i insult someone who actually employs some logic into their conversations? I feel like im surrounded by idiots most of the time
User avatar #53 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
Aren't we all? individuals are typically intelligent, It's only in a group that they become idiots. I hope to run into you some other time, but I'm gonna sign off for now.
#42 - I don't think it would be harder later in life, because most p…  [+] (7 new replies) 08/29/2013 on bisexual genderqueer 0
User avatar #45 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
Kids by the age of 5 know what gender they are typically. Living as a transgendered individual is difficult and the surgery stresses the body more the older they are. I'm not saying they won't face difficulty, but if everyone told you you were a girl even though you knew you're a boy how would you react. I'm not saying they're innocent, I'm just saying that unless we knew how much they pressured him we can't know anything. For all you and I know, they could have been against it and only because he was so adamant and sent him to counseling and therapy who agreed that it's the best decision that they're allowing it. We're outsiders looking in and we can't know.
User avatar #48 - marmanator (08/29/2013) [-]
I honestly don't even understand this, how is saying i am the other gender (not want to be AM) any different from other mental diseases, im not shunning anyone who feels this way I just don't understand, there has to be something different about their brain that makes them think this way. and im not extending this to gay people, i don't think being gay is a mental illness. But if i said i was truly a penguin instead of a person, and started dressing up as a penguin and getting surgery to make myself look like a penguin wouldn't i be considered insane?
User avatar #49 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
You raise a valid point. I'm not saying they're mentally ill. There's at the most basic level, a wiring error where they're body says one thing, but they're brain says another. A lot goes into it and the levels of hormones in the mother's womb makes a difference as well as several other factors. I'm not an expert on the subject. Just a well read student with a transgendered aunt.
User avatar #50 - marmanator (08/29/2013) [-]
Well, i guess thats kind of the point, i shouldn't really get how they feel because im not like that, and i will never understand it.
User avatar #51 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
As long as you can respect that and come from a view of understanding. I've watched my aunt and her husband (they're both technically straight) get run out of a church because of it and I remember asking her when I was little why her voice was so deep. Those kinds of things hurt in a way we'll not easily understand. I thank you for this discussion and admire that you didn't resort to insulting me.
User avatar #52 - marmanator (08/29/2013) [-]
np dude, i wouldn't resort to bullshit if i had no idea of what i was talking about, plus why would i insult someone who actually employs some logic into their conversations? I feel like im surrounded by idiots most of the time
User avatar #53 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
Aren't we all? individuals are typically intelligent, It's only in a group that they become idiots. I hope to run into you some other time, but I'm gonna sign off for now.
#39 - The hormone treatment would stop but would the ridicule stop, …  [+] (9 new replies) 08/29/2013 on bisexual genderqueer 0
User avatar #40 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
Unfortunately, not unless he changed school districts and moved somewhere else. But he'd most likely still face ridicule for having two mothers, for being a late bloomer, for sharting one time on the school bus. People ridicule each other to feel superior, everyone gets ridiculed for something at some point. I'm not saying he won't have a hard time, but it'd be even harder if he truly does identify as a female and doesn't get the surgery until later in life.
User avatar #42 - marmanator (08/29/2013) [-]
I don't think it would be harder later in life, because most people become more accepting when they're older (notice i say most some people are bigoted assholes) but as children we make fun of anything thats different, and gender swapping is seriously different. Plus what kind of decisions did you make when you were 11? I think the kids brave for coming out like that but when you're young you just repeat whatever your parents tell you, and if they tell you you're a girl then you say i think im a girl, im not saying it's they're fault but they had a huge hand in this kids decision, it was probably all them to be honest.
User avatar #45 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
Kids by the age of 5 know what gender they are typically. Living as a transgendered individual is difficult and the surgery stresses the body more the older they are. I'm not saying they won't face difficulty, but if everyone told you you were a girl even though you knew you're a boy how would you react. I'm not saying they're innocent, I'm just saying that unless we knew how much they pressured him we can't know anything. For all you and I know, they could have been against it and only because he was so adamant and sent him to counseling and therapy who agreed that it's the best decision that they're allowing it. We're outsiders looking in and we can't know.
User avatar #48 - marmanator (08/29/2013) [-]
I honestly don't even understand this, how is saying i am the other gender (not want to be AM) any different from other mental diseases, im not shunning anyone who feels this way I just don't understand, there has to be something different about their brain that makes them think this way. and im not extending this to gay people, i don't think being gay is a mental illness. But if i said i was truly a penguin instead of a person, and started dressing up as a penguin and getting surgery to make myself look like a penguin wouldn't i be considered insane?
User avatar #49 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
You raise a valid point. I'm not saying they're mentally ill. There's at the most basic level, a wiring error where they're body says one thing, but they're brain says another. A lot goes into it and the levels of hormones in the mother's womb makes a difference as well as several other factors. I'm not an expert on the subject. Just a well read student with a transgendered aunt.
User avatar #50 - marmanator (08/29/2013) [-]
Well, i guess thats kind of the point, i shouldn't really get how they feel because im not like that, and i will never understand it.
User avatar #51 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
As long as you can respect that and come from a view of understanding. I've watched my aunt and her husband (they're both technically straight) get run out of a church because of it and I remember asking her when I was little why her voice was so deep. Those kinds of things hurt in a way we'll not easily understand. I thank you for this discussion and admire that you didn't resort to insulting me.
User avatar #52 - marmanator (08/29/2013) [-]
np dude, i wouldn't resort to bullshit if i had no idea of what i was talking about, plus why would i insult someone who actually employs some logic into their conversations? I feel like im surrounded by idiots most of the time
User avatar #53 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
Aren't we all? individuals are typically intelligent, It's only in a group that they become idiots. I hope to run into you some other time, but I'm gonna sign off for now.
#37 - I don't think this is the parents fault that he would identify…  [+] (11 new replies) 08/29/2013 on bisexual genderqueer +2
User avatar #38 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
That's the thing about the hormone treatment, it pushes blocks his puberty from starting so if he backs out before the surgery they stop the therapy and let nature run its course. He might be a late bloomer because of it, but no real harm done.
User avatar #39 - marmanator (08/29/2013) [-]
The hormone treatment would stop but would the ridicule stop, and would he ever be known as something other than that 11 year old tranny kid?
User avatar #40 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
Unfortunately, not unless he changed school districts and moved somewhere else. But he'd most likely still face ridicule for having two mothers, for being a late bloomer, for sharting one time on the school bus. People ridicule each other to feel superior, everyone gets ridiculed for something at some point. I'm not saying he won't have a hard time, but it'd be even harder if he truly does identify as a female and doesn't get the surgery until later in life.
User avatar #42 - marmanator (08/29/2013) [-]
I don't think it would be harder later in life, because most people become more accepting when they're older (notice i say most some people are bigoted assholes) but as children we make fun of anything thats different, and gender swapping is seriously different. Plus what kind of decisions did you make when you were 11? I think the kids brave for coming out like that but when you're young you just repeat whatever your parents tell you, and if they tell you you're a girl then you say i think im a girl, im not saying it's they're fault but they had a huge hand in this kids decision, it was probably all them to be honest.
User avatar #45 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
Kids by the age of 5 know what gender they are typically. Living as a transgendered individual is difficult and the surgery stresses the body more the older they are. I'm not saying they won't face difficulty, but if everyone told you you were a girl even though you knew you're a boy how would you react. I'm not saying they're innocent, I'm just saying that unless we knew how much they pressured him we can't know anything. For all you and I know, they could have been against it and only because he was so adamant and sent him to counseling and therapy who agreed that it's the best decision that they're allowing it. We're outsiders looking in and we can't know.
User avatar #48 - marmanator (08/29/2013) [-]
I honestly don't even understand this, how is saying i am the other gender (not want to be AM) any different from other mental diseases, im not shunning anyone who feels this way I just don't understand, there has to be something different about their brain that makes them think this way. and im not extending this to gay people, i don't think being gay is a mental illness. But if i said i was truly a penguin instead of a person, and started dressing up as a penguin and getting surgery to make myself look like a penguin wouldn't i be considered insane?
User avatar #49 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
You raise a valid point. I'm not saying they're mentally ill. There's at the most basic level, a wiring error where they're body says one thing, but they're brain says another. A lot goes into it and the levels of hormones in the mother's womb makes a difference as well as several other factors. I'm not an expert on the subject. Just a well read student with a transgendered aunt.
User avatar #50 - marmanator (08/29/2013) [-]
Well, i guess thats kind of the point, i shouldn't really get how they feel because im not like that, and i will never understand it.
User avatar #51 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
As long as you can respect that and come from a view of understanding. I've watched my aunt and her husband (they're both technically straight) get run out of a church because of it and I remember asking her when I was little why her voice was so deep. Those kinds of things hurt in a way we'll not easily understand. I thank you for this discussion and admire that you didn't resort to insulting me.
User avatar #52 - marmanator (08/29/2013) [-]
np dude, i wouldn't resort to bullshit if i had no idea of what i was talking about, plus why would i insult someone who actually employs some logic into their conversations? I feel like im surrounded by idiots most of the time
User avatar #53 - dblej (08/29/2013) [-]
Aren't we all? individuals are typically intelligent, It's only in a group that they become idiots. I hope to run into you some other time, but I'm gonna sign off for now.
#46 - Does no one realize that Alice from resident evil is in this, … 08/28/2013 on Awesome 0
#80 - THATS EVEN WORSE!  [+] (2 new replies) 08/28/2013 on When You See It 0
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#11 - This version is still my favorite, and it matches … 08/25/2013 on (untitled) +1
#233 - Sorry guys, only origin but here you go Dead space: 5BDV-4…  [+] (1 new reply) 08/16/2013 on Thank you FJ, free games... +1
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