i just realized

im actually incredibly grateful that tv tropes was my first substantial online experience

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  • Me too

    (Unless you count Runescape as my first)
  • Same, dude.

    Well, technically not, but details.
  • like an apple in the desert
    I don't know if I am or not
  • you've completely ruined an ambiguously canon timeline for no reason
    it was not for me.

    but it was a learning experience.
  • Sittin' in my box, at the edge of town, rockin' away.

    it was not for me.

    but it was a learning experience.


  • Millennials Are Killing Fascism
    Agreed.
  • Whores! we want "poems that kill."
    Assassin poems, Poems that shoot
    guns. Poems that wrestle cops into alleys
    and take their weapons leaving them dead
    Tamlin said:

    im actually incredibly grateful that tv tropes was my first substantial online experience

    Wasn't my first substantial online experience, but definitely my first social one, and given what I've seen of the rest of the internet, I'm pretty sure I got lucky
  • “His thoughts were red thoughts, and his teeth were white.”

    it was not for me.

    but it was a learning experience.

  • TreTre
    can't believe I live in a world with people as fascinating as you ⌘

    it was not for me.

    but it was a learning experience.


    Yeah, my first exposure to the internet in all of its beautiful terrible glory was Tumblr, which I was on a year before I'd joined TVT
  • “His thoughts were red thoughts, and his teeth were white.”
    John Bellairs fan forums, then Thomas Ligotti Online, then Wire's official forum, then TV Tropes.
  • edited 2017-04-21 03:01:08
    Sittin' in my box, at the edge of town, rockin' away.
    The Moogle Cafe, then Caves of Narshe, then briefly Interordi / the Mega Man PC Website, and also associated IRC channels as well as that of Metroid2002 and the Castlevania Dungeon, maybe also briefly xkcd's forums, then finally TV Tropes.  And then IJBM and HH after that, and small stints of MAL and Hummingbird, and too much Steam.
  • Whate'er is born of mortal birth/Must be consumèd with the earth,
    To rise from generation free:/Then what have I to do with thee?

    John Bellairs fan forums, then Thomas Ligotti Online, then Wire's official forum, then TV Tropes.

    Hahaha how does this make perfect sense
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