Lecky Twig

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About Lecky Twig

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    Reading (of course)
    Also classical music, cats, distance running, improv, being a nerd, hiking, arugurumi,

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  1. I watched half an episode of Wandavision last night
  2. 1. Pre-Brandon Wheel of Time (Especially books 1-3 5,6) 2. Fellowship of Ring 3. Return of King 4. two towers 5. All of The Belariad 6. Hobbit Honourable mentions: Poppy war, A clash of Kings, Thats more than 6 books, buuut I love them all
  3. Jahora sat cross legged infront of Rose “Can you tell me why you can’t?” He asked.
  4. I don't watch that much marvel. I prefer anime over regular tv shows.
  5. Jahora's arm tensed at Rose's touch, he was on edge. "Don't be scared, just be wary. We don't have far to go." His head whipped around as a pile of cardboard to his right started to shift and rustle. He stopped in his tracks and clenched his fists, ready for someone to spring out of the rubble at him and Rose. After a tense moments pause, he shook his head and continued forward; despite himself, he quickened his step "I don't like it here either."
  6. I agree with this conclusion Im so tempted to leave the post at that because the irony is somewhat fun. But I dont want to be hypocritic sooo . Also posts that are just “*wins*” or something along those lines are kind of bad.
  7. Fair enough, spams are not good But saying that got me thinking: How spammy does spam have to be to count spam, if spamming-seeming-posts sprouted from a joke and are funny, then they leads to a spammy, but still enjoyable conversation. What does it mean to be a spam?
  8. "I know, but I'm thinking it's safer to risk an encounter with a few starving thugs then have to trek through the main streets all the way back to Kess. Last time we tried that we made it about 20 steps before well..." he paused awkwardly "you know what I'm talking about." Still feeling the tension from their fight, he took a tiny step away from Rose. "We've both proven ourselves to be adept at fighting. We'll be fine if we bump into any trouble."
  9. yay now I'm debating whether or not it'd be awkward to start the funeral for the posts that were deleted sooo uuh May our posts rest in peace in the probably large cache of deleted TLPW posts. The deleted posts tried their hardest to help TLPW in our cause to surpass TLT, but their efforts were untimely squashed by the the delete button. May they never be forgotten. ^^^now I'm really curious about this^^^
  10. grumbles incoherent objections Welcome to TLPW @Gneorndin erm, should I call you Taniel or Reva?
  11. znovatoan
  12. insert multiple sad faces. We should hold a funeral for our fallen posts. sometimes spammy posts are deleted, sometimes people deleted their own posts because they realize that they said something dumb. I don't know which one happened because I haven't been online much lately :I
  13. TLPW stands for The Last Post Wins, it's a thread where people 'win' by being the last person to post on the thread. Except people sort of just chat, hang out there and spam post a lot. I think it's a little dead now compared to a few months ago, but it's still quite active. It's really easy to join if you wanted to check it out. hmmmmm but I had such a great winning streak :/ still, losing the game was totally worth getting a chance to plug tlpw hehehehehehe
  14. Jahora smiled weakly then walked in the general direction of Selene's old house, he steered out of the busy main street and into narrow, less crowded alleyways. He took off Tydel's fancy top hat and tucked it under his jacket so he would be less of a target for ruffians who usually prowled through alleyways around this end of town.