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You Know You're a Sanderfan When... Part 2

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6 hours ago, BookishOcelot said:

When you can fluently write in women’s script. 

 

When you are fluent in steel alphabet

when you know how to be fluent in women’s script (I know, herecy, right?) but need someone else to help

when you want the 25th editions of cosmere to be written in the script of the world

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When you pretend to summon shardblades when nobody else is around. 

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YKYASW your science teacher asks what radiant energy is and you have to physically restrain yourself from yelling, "Stormlight!"

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When you see someone reading a Sanderson book and you get all over them about how cool they are now. 

(this happen in real life, this kid was reading Mistborn and I basically ran to him to tell him he's on the right path in life:lol: )

PS: I added in a few quotes in our conversation which he'll understand later.

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When somebody that you're sort of interested in brings up (on their own) Lightweavers, and they immediately become 10x more attractive.

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When you are assigned to make greek pots and you put rosharan glyphs on it. 

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1 hour ago, Stormgate said:

When somebody that you're sort of interested in brings up (on their own) Lightweavers, and they immediately become 10x more attractive.

My best wishes in pursuing that relationship! 

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When you find yourself doodling the Cosmere symbol in the margins of your notes along with Vin's profile unintentionally. 

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2 hours ago, Silva said:

When you find yourself doodling the Cosmere symbol in the margins of your notes along with Vin's profile unintentionally. 

That’s totally me! My school notebooks are probably 25% school stuff and 75% stick figures wearing mistcloaks, random quotes, and woman’s script in the margins.:lol:

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I noticed that I've been doodling Mistborn glyphs on my sheet of paper instead of my actual work!

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2 hours ago, Wander89 said:

I noticed that I've been doodling Mistborn glyphs on my sheet of paper instead of my actual work!

And when people ask what you're doing you think whats the best way to help them understand. 

But the thing is they will never understand... sad days:lol:

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38 minutes ago, Jude said:

And when people ask what you're doing you think whats the best way to help them understand. 

But the thing is they will never understand... sad days:lol:

Yeah! Usually have to say "just doodling" without dumping 6 Mistborn books on their desk! :lol:

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When you want to explain how the SA deals with mental illness, but your explanation somehow involves spren and you think "This sounds crazy. How do I make it not crazy?"

Spoiler alert: It's hard.

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when you are doing kahoot in class one day, and the teacher says "no inappropriate names" and you immediately choose the name ethan/0

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2 minutes ago, Ethan_Sedai said:

when you are doing kahoot in class one day, and the teacher says "no inappropriate names" and you immediately choose the name ethan/0

This is a true story, BTW.

When you're doing Kahoot in class, the teacher says "Use your real name", and you type in Ark1002.

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On 3/28/2019 at 4:26 PM, TheGirlWhoLookedUp said:

That’s totally me! My school notebooks are probably 25% school stuff and 75% stick figures wearing mistcloaks, random quotes, and woman’s script in the margins.:lol:

Keyword: stick

 

On 3/29/2019 at 0:02 AM, Wander89 said:

I noticed that I've been doodling Mistborn glyphs on my sheet of paper instead of my actual work!

When you rusting write your work in steel alphabet

On 3/29/2019 at 2:35 AM, Jude said:

But the thing is they will never understand... sad days:lol:

I know, only 8 people have read it in my school! ( 2/8 are still reading tFE)

Spoiler

Stupid not being able to quote people in edits

 

Edited by AonDii
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When someone in your math class asks why you can't divide by 0 and you yell "That's inappropriate!"

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When you're doing a Kahoot in class and you choose Raoden.

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Raoden is a very good choice

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When you mistake the word calcium for Kelsier...and Celsius as well.

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When you’re in your science class and you already know what cohesion and adhesion mean as well what metals are alloys of others.

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49 minutes ago, TheGirlWhoLookedUp said:

When you’re in your science class and you already know what cohesion and adhesion mean as well what metals are alloys of others.

Today on Materials Science Adventures: The only way I remember whether it's brass or bronze that has zinc in it is by remembering the Allomantic pairings. (Though bronze is an alloy of copper and tin, which is also an Allomantic metal... But I know the pair for tin is pewter, so that rules that out.)

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Science? Do you mean experimental theology?

Spoiler

Sorry, just finished HDM in a week.

when you repeatedly read kaiser as kelsier

when you keep predicting big reveals in lesser books 

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When you spend a day speaking in Sanderson qoutes

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When you see a presentation about how vibrations form patterns on different materials and think "Huh, so this is how cities in Roshar were made"

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