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

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When you go look up Sanderson book titles in Spanish to help yourself learn.

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YKYASFWY beat NKG and Pure vessel on Radiant while listening to tWoK audiobook.

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When you decide that if you lived on Roshar, you would name your cat Tacocat. Because it’s a palindrome.

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On 6/2/2021 at 8:25 AM, Spren of Kindness said:

When you go look up Sanderson book titles in Spanish to help yourself learn.

if I ever have to learn Spanish, then yes.

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1 hour ago, rosharian_cat said:

When you decide that if you lived on Roshar, you would name your cat Tacocat. Because it’s a palindrome.

That would imply your cat is godlike. Oh, wait what am I saying, cats are god like. That is completely fine then.

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When you debate with yourself the perfect year for Mistborn movie to come out in, and then are sad that you have no one else to talk to about it...because, yeah, your friends are Fans, but they're not fanatical like you...

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When whenever you hear the name Seth, you immediately think "Szeth son-son Vallano, truthless of Shinovar, wore white on the day he was to kill a king."

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11 hours ago, CrypticSpren said:

When whenever you hear the name Seth, you immediately think "Szeth son-son Vallano, truthless of Shinovar, wore white on the day he was to kill a king."

The white clothing was a Parshendi tradition, foreign to him. But he did as his masters required and did not ask for an explanation. He sat in a large stone room baked by enormous firepits that cast a garish light on the revelers, causing beads of sweat to form on their skin as they danced and drank and yelled and sang and clapped. Some fell to the ground red-faced, the revelry too much for them, their stomachs proving to be inferior wineskins. They looked as if they were dead, at least until their friends carried them out of the feast hall to waiting beds. Szeth did not sway to the drums, drink the sapphire wine, or stand to dance. He sat at a bench at the back, a still servant in white robes. Few at the treaty signing celebration noticed him. He was just a Shinservant, and Shin were easy to ignore. Most out here in the East thought that Szeth's kind were docile and harmless. They were generally right.

The drummers began to beat a new rhythm. The beats shook through Szeth like a quartet of thumping hearts pumping waves of invisible blood through the room. Szeth's masters - who were dismissed as savages by those in more civilized kingdoms - sat at their own table. They were men with skin of black marbled with red. 

 

The red is what I got wrong from writing it down. I'm generally better at reciting it. This is how you know you're a sanderfan

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15 minutes ago, GoWibble said:

The white clothing was a Parshendi tradition, foreign to him. But he did as his masters required and did not ask for an explanation. He sat in a large stone room baked by enormous firepits that cast a garish light on the revelers, causing beads of sweat to form on their skin as they danced and drank and yelled and sang and clapped. Some fell to the ground red-faced, the revelry too much for them, their stomachs proving to be inferior wineskins. They looked as if they were dead, at least until their friends carried them out of the feast hall to waiting beds. Szeth did not sway to the drums, drink the sapphire wine, or stand to dance. He sat at a bench at the back, a still servant in white robes. Few at the treaty signing celebration noticed him. He was just a Shinservant, and Shin were easy to ignore. Most out here in the East thought that Szeth's kind were docile and harmless. They were generally right.

The drummers began to beat a new rhythm. The beats shook through Szeth like a quartet of thumping hearts pumping waves of invisible blood through the room. Szeth's masters - who were dismissed as savages by those in more civilized kingdoms - sat at their own table. They were men with skin of black marbled with red. 

 

The red is what I got wrong from writing it down. I'm generally better at reciting it. This is how you know you're a sanderfan

wow. I can recite the opening of every wot book, since its always the same, but because of that its far easier to learn

 

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All I can do is the hobbit. And not even close to that level of sheer word count, and accuracy.

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When you see a character in WOT named Wit and think that Hoid is doing his thing again.

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this is how you prove you are a sanderfan: 

supercalafragilistickexpialidocious. 

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1 hour ago, Thaidakar the Ghostblood said:

this is how you prove you are a sanderfan: 

supercalafragilistickexpialidocious. 

supercalafragilifireexpialidocious

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6 hours ago, GoWibble said:

supercalafragilifireexpialidocious

why is there a fire in the middle of your word?

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Because the previous poster had stick in the middle, so wibble was showing thaidakar what the word could be, if it weren't so focused on being a stick.

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Oh!

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When you look back on your yearbook and realize your fellow Sanderfan teacher wrote this in his message to you: 

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Sometimes the storms bring pain, but sometimes they recharge you too. I know you can make it! 

I'll have to check in with him next year and see if he's finished RoW :D 

And see if the other teacher has finished WoA, and if the other other teacher ever read Rithmatist, and if the librarians have gotten into him yet... 

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16 hours ago, AonEne said:

When you look back on your yearbook and realize your fellow Sanderfan teacher wrote this in his message to you: 

I'll have to check in with him next year and see if he's finished RoW :D 

And see if the other teacher has finished WoA, and if the other other teacher ever read Rithmatist, and if the librarians have gotten into him yet... 

Wow, thats great that your teachers read and are fans of Brandons books

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I have corrupted my best friend. She just started the Stormlight Archive.

Best part is, she identified Kaladin's depression and PTSD long before the Honor Chasm. She's at the spot where the soldiers have to help carry the bridge because too many bridgemen died. I think this is after the first run.

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When the Ghostbloods are hunting you. I mean, call me paranoid but I swear I see their symbol on cars driving around town. 

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22 minutes ago, Mage said:

When the Ghostbloods are hunting you. I mean, call me paranoid but I swear I see their symbol on cars driving around town. 

They're probably in your yard, too. Didn't you know that's what those extra-pointy clover are?

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When the sky is falling down and you see the faintest shape of a face in the clouds. 

Also, you know you're among sanderfans when you don't need to specify any further. 

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You suffer from CII: Cosmere-Induced Insomnia. Otherwise known as the speedbubble placed around you without your knowledge while you finish a Sanderlanche.

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I dreamed I was on the Shard last night.

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46 minutes ago, Tani said:

I dreamed I was on the Shard last night.

I don't think anyone can beat that.

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