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#354 - You know how much fanfiction is out there? I'm sure it actuall…  [+] (8 replies) 03/19/2014 on Whynaut 0
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#356 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
Assume the question, then, is "Press this button to be transported to a fictional world of your choice as it exists in official, canonical materials, not including fan fiction, headcanon, or anything else that doesn't strictly take place in the canonical media of said world. None of this would need to be stated if departed weren't such a huge faggot, but here we are. ...A consequence of pressing the button is that you will be transformed into the opposite sex. Theoretically, this could be reversed with whatever magic or technology that exists in the fictional world you have chosen, but such is not the case for worlds that lack such possibilities."
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#360 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
Well, now you're just making up rules. The button never said any of that. If that's how you take what it's asking that's fine but that's not what it's asking, all of those rules are by your inference.
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#361 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
That's a natural inference to make, because if those rules don't exist, then the question is pointless and stupid. You sound like one of those kids who, while playing army or cowboys or whatever, says he has an invincible shield.
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#366 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
Naw those guys are faggots. That's different anyways, when playing those games you can specifically mention that that is not allowed. Also, how come most of the people in the thread haven't made the same inference as you even though you say it's 'natural'? Again if you make that inference you're the looser here and the question would not be pointless or stupid if it actually existed.
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#374 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
No, it's not different, it's exactly the same. You, and everybody else using your same retarded logic, are eliminating the difficulty, and thus the fun, of the situation, by being a colossal shitlord that gets to make up universes when that is clearly not the intent of the hypothetical.

You pick a fictional universe, let's say Doctor Who, and that's it. You don't get to pick a Doctor Who fan fic. Though, granted, in the Doctor Who universe changing your sex with some kind of pseudo-science gadget would probably not be too hard. Anyway, you get what I mean. You get a universe as it truly is, not how you wish it was.
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#379 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
Now you're just insulting me.. Insulting my logic... *grumble noises*

The only thing against our 'retarded' logic is what you yourself are adding to it. I bet the person who wrote the damn question wrote it in about 3 seconds and didn't even bother thinking about any of that. We're taking a simple dumb question game and construing it into something much more serious than it actually is.
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#381 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
The person may not have even thought about that because they didn't account for the kind of people that want invincibility shields.

Think about what the point of a hypothetical question is, to be a tough choice that's fun to ponder. If you can have it both ways regardless of what universe you choose, then the choice is not tough. Let's say you really like Star Wars, where you wouldn't be able to truly transform back into your original sex. So, then, because that limitation exists, you have to either be willing to change sex, or think about whether you wouldn't be happier in another universe. If you can just imagine a version of Star Wars where Force-magic can change your sex at-will, then there's no downside. Game ruined.
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#383 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
First thing, the sex change is a possible up-side, not really a downside.
Second thing, what if I write a book and publish it of my own dream universe? Can I go to that one? Choosing a pre existing universe lacks imagination. I find it much more entertaining to modify a universe or create your own. and that's my choice. If your choice is to choose a pre existing universe so be it.
#351 - That depends on what you believe. Imagine this, there is a uni…  [+] (10 replies) 03/19/2014 on Whynaut 0
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#353 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
Again, it has to be an established fictional universe. That's the point of the decision. As in, books or TV shows or video games or whatever must exist of it. There isn't a Dresden Files universe where Harry Dresden can turn you back to your original sex with magic, for instance.
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#354 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
You know how much fanfiction is out there? I'm sure it actually exists, if you absolutely need physical proof of it.
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#356 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
Assume the question, then, is "Press this button to be transported to a fictional world of your choice as it exists in official, canonical materials, not including fan fiction, headcanon, or anything else that doesn't strictly take place in the canonical media of said world. None of this would need to be stated if departed weren't such a huge faggot, but here we are. ...A consequence of pressing the button is that you will be transformed into the opposite sex. Theoretically, this could be reversed with whatever magic or technology that exists in the fictional world you have chosen, but such is not the case for worlds that lack such possibilities."
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#360 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
Well, now you're just making up rules. The button never said any of that. If that's how you take what it's asking that's fine but that's not what it's asking, all of those rules are by your inference.
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#361 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
That's a natural inference to make, because if those rules don't exist, then the question is pointless and stupid. You sound like one of those kids who, while playing army or cowboys or whatever, says he has an invincible shield.
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#366 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
Naw those guys are faggots. That's different anyways, when playing those games you can specifically mention that that is not allowed. Also, how come most of the people in the thread haven't made the same inference as you even though you say it's 'natural'? Again if you make that inference you're the looser here and the question would not be pointless or stupid if it actually existed.
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#374 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
No, it's not different, it's exactly the same. You, and everybody else using your same retarded logic, are eliminating the difficulty, and thus the fun, of the situation, by being a colossal shitlord that gets to make up universes when that is clearly not the intent of the hypothetical.

You pick a fictional universe, let's say Doctor Who, and that's it. You don't get to pick a Doctor Who fan fic. Though, granted, in the Doctor Who universe changing your sex with some kind of pseudo-science gadget would probably not be too hard. Anyway, you get what I mean. You get a universe as it truly is, not how you wish it was.
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#379 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
Now you're just insulting me.. Insulting my logic... *grumble noises*

The only thing against our 'retarded' logic is what you yourself are adding to it. I bet the person who wrote the damn question wrote it in about 3 seconds and didn't even bother thinking about any of that. We're taking a simple dumb question game and construing it into something much more serious than it actually is.
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#381 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
The person may not have even thought about that because they didn't account for the kind of people that want invincibility shields.

Think about what the point of a hypothetical question is, to be a tough choice that's fun to ponder. If you can have it both ways regardless of what universe you choose, then the choice is not tough. Let's say you really like Star Wars, where you wouldn't be able to truly transform back into your original sex. So, then, because that limitation exists, you have to either be willing to change sex, or think about whether you wouldn't be happier in another universe. If you can just imagine a version of Star Wars where Force-magic can change your sex at-will, then there's no downside. Game ruined.
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#383 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
First thing, the sex change is a possible up-side, not really a downside.
Second thing, what if I write a book and publish it of my own dream universe? Can I go to that one? Choosing a pre existing universe lacks imagination. I find it much more entertaining to modify a universe or create your own. and that's my choice. If your choice is to choose a pre existing universe so be it.
#346 - All you're changing is one aspect of a universe everything els…  [+] (12 replies) 03/19/2014 on Whynaut 0
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#348 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
I reiterate, that would defeat the purpose of the hypothetical if you're allowed to just create a universe, regardless of whether it's a slight variation. Obviously, the intent is to pick an established universe.
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#351 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
That depends on what you believe. Imagine this, there is a universe for every little change in every world that has ever existed, even fictional universes. That's why I said an alternate universe. Not a new one. If this is true than that's how time travel would work you wouldn't be traveling through 'time' but across universes, to one where you're supposed to show up in. I probably didn't explain that very well...
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#353 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
Again, it has to be an established fictional universe. That's the point of the decision. As in, books or TV shows or video games or whatever must exist of it. There isn't a Dresden Files universe where Harry Dresden can turn you back to your original sex with magic, for instance.
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#354 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
You know how much fanfiction is out there? I'm sure it actually exists, if you absolutely need physical proof of it.
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#356 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
Assume the question, then, is "Press this button to be transported to a fictional world of your choice as it exists in official, canonical materials, not including fan fiction, headcanon, or anything else that doesn't strictly take place in the canonical media of said world. None of this would need to be stated if departed weren't such a huge faggot, but here we are. ...A consequence of pressing the button is that you will be transformed into the opposite sex. Theoretically, this could be reversed with whatever magic or technology that exists in the fictional world you have chosen, but such is not the case for worlds that lack such possibilities."
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#360 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
Well, now you're just making up rules. The button never said any of that. If that's how you take what it's asking that's fine but that's not what it's asking, all of those rules are by your inference.
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#361 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
That's a natural inference to make, because if those rules don't exist, then the question is pointless and stupid. You sound like one of those kids who, while playing army or cowboys or whatever, says he has an invincible shield.
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#366 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
Naw those guys are faggots. That's different anyways, when playing those games you can specifically mention that that is not allowed. Also, how come most of the people in the thread haven't made the same inference as you even though you say it's 'natural'? Again if you make that inference you're the looser here and the question would not be pointless or stupid if it actually existed.
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#374 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
No, it's not different, it's exactly the same. You, and everybody else using your same retarded logic, are eliminating the difficulty, and thus the fun, of the situation, by being a colossal shitlord that gets to make up universes when that is clearly not the intent of the hypothetical.

You pick a fictional universe, let's say Doctor Who, and that's it. You don't get to pick a Doctor Who fan fic. Though, granted, in the Doctor Who universe changing your sex with some kind of pseudo-science gadget would probably not be too hard. Anyway, you get what I mean. You get a universe as it truly is, not how you wish it was.
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#379 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
Now you're just insulting me.. Insulting my logic... *grumble noises*

The only thing against our 'retarded' logic is what you yourself are adding to it. I bet the person who wrote the damn question wrote it in about 3 seconds and didn't even bother thinking about any of that. We're taking a simple dumb question game and construing it into something much more serious than it actually is.
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#381 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
The person may not have even thought about that because they didn't account for the kind of people that want invincibility shields.

Think about what the point of a hypothetical question is, to be a tough choice that's fun to ponder. If you can have it both ways regardless of what universe you choose, then the choice is not tough. Let's say you really like Star Wars, where you wouldn't be able to truly transform back into your original sex. So, then, because that limitation exists, you have to either be willing to change sex, or think about whether you wouldn't be happier in another universe. If you can just imagine a version of Star Wars where Force-magic can change your sex at-will, then there's no downside. Game ruined.
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#383 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
First thing, the sex change is a possible up-side, not really a downside.
Second thing, what if I write a book and publish it of my own dream universe? Can I go to that one? Choosing a pre existing universe lacks imagination. I find it much more entertaining to modify a universe or create your own. and that's my choice. If your choice is to choose a pre existing universe so be it.
#342 - Well I made that comment 3 minutes after seeing the post (abou…  [+] (15 replies) 03/19/2014 on Whynaut 0
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#345 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
Five minutes to think about whether or not to push the button, not five minutes to make up a universe. Further, my second sentence would invalidate any universe you did make up.
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#346 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
All you're changing is one aspect of a universe everything else is the same, I don't think you have to hand the button a written rulebook of the universe or anything like that...
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#348 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
I reiterate, that would defeat the purpose of the hypothetical if you're allowed to just create a universe, regardless of whether it's a slight variation. Obviously, the intent is to pick an established universe.
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#351 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
That depends on what you believe. Imagine this, there is a universe for every little change in every world that has ever existed, even fictional universes. That's why I said an alternate universe. Not a new one. If this is true than that's how time travel would work you wouldn't be traveling through 'time' but across universes, to one where you're supposed to show up in. I probably didn't explain that very well...
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#353 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
Again, it has to be an established fictional universe. That's the point of the decision. As in, books or TV shows or video games or whatever must exist of it. There isn't a Dresden Files universe where Harry Dresden can turn you back to your original sex with magic, for instance.
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#354 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
You know how much fanfiction is out there? I'm sure it actually exists, if you absolutely need physical proof of it.
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#356 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
Assume the question, then, is "Press this button to be transported to a fictional world of your choice as it exists in official, canonical materials, not including fan fiction, headcanon, or anything else that doesn't strictly take place in the canonical media of said world. None of this would need to be stated if departed weren't such a huge faggot, but here we are. ...A consequence of pressing the button is that you will be transformed into the opposite sex. Theoretically, this could be reversed with whatever magic or technology that exists in the fictional world you have chosen, but such is not the case for worlds that lack such possibilities."
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#360 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
Well, now you're just making up rules. The button never said any of that. If that's how you take what it's asking that's fine but that's not what it's asking, all of those rules are by your inference.
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#361 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
That's a natural inference to make, because if those rules don't exist, then the question is pointless and stupid. You sound like one of those kids who, while playing army or cowboys or whatever, says he has an invincible shield.
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#366 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
Naw those guys are faggots. That's different anyways, when playing those games you can specifically mention that that is not allowed. Also, how come most of the people in the thread haven't made the same inference as you even though you say it's 'natural'? Again if you make that inference you're the looser here and the question would not be pointless or stupid if it actually existed.
User avatar
#374 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
No, it's not different, it's exactly the same. You, and everybody else using your same retarded logic, are eliminating the difficulty, and thus the fun, of the situation, by being a colossal shitlord that gets to make up universes when that is clearly not the intent of the hypothetical.

You pick a fictional universe, let's say Doctor Who, and that's it. You don't get to pick a Doctor Who fan fic. Though, granted, in the Doctor Who universe changing your sex with some kind of pseudo-science gadget would probably not be too hard. Anyway, you get what I mean. You get a universe as it truly is, not how you wish it was.
User avatar
#379 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
Now you're just insulting me.. Insulting my logic... *grumble noises*

The only thing against our 'retarded' logic is what you yourself are adding to it. I bet the person who wrote the damn question wrote it in about 3 seconds and didn't even bother thinking about any of that. We're taking a simple dumb question game and construing it into something much more serious than it actually is.
User avatar
#381 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
The person may not have even thought about that because they didn't account for the kind of people that want invincibility shields.

Think about what the point of a hypothetical question is, to be a tough choice that's fun to ponder. If you can have it both ways regardless of what universe you choose, then the choice is not tough. Let's say you really like Star Wars, where you wouldn't be able to truly transform back into your original sex. So, then, because that limitation exists, you have to either be willing to change sex, or think about whether you wouldn't be happier in another universe. If you can just imagine a version of Star Wars where Force-magic can change your sex at-will, then there's no downside. Game ruined.
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#383 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
First thing, the sex change is a possible up-side, not really a downside.
Second thing, what if I write a book and publish it of my own dream universe? Can I go to that one? Choosing a pre existing universe lacks imagination. I find it much more entertaining to modify a universe or create your own. and that's my choice. If your choice is to choose a pre existing universe so be it.
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#344 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
That and you don't have to rewrite the world just change it a little bit. It also never said any of the characters from that world were still there.
#337 - Make it an alternate universe of that universe where that can happen.  [+] (17 replies) 03/19/2014 on Whynaut 0
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#341 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
Rather defeats the purpose of the decision, I think. I believe the point is that you are presented this out-of-the-blue. You don't have time to write a novel that is a slightly different version of your favorite novel, or whatever. You also probably have to choose an established fictional universe with at least a cult following.
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#342 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
Well I made that comment 3 minutes after seeing the post (about), I'm sure you'd have atleast 5 minutes to think about it.
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#345 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
Five minutes to think about whether or not to push the button, not five minutes to make up a universe. Further, my second sentence would invalidate any universe you did make up.
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#346 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
All you're changing is one aspect of a universe everything else is the same, I don't think you have to hand the button a written rulebook of the universe or anything like that...
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#348 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
I reiterate, that would defeat the purpose of the hypothetical if you're allowed to just create a universe, regardless of whether it's a slight variation. Obviously, the intent is to pick an established universe.
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#351 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
That depends on what you believe. Imagine this, there is a universe for every little change in every world that has ever existed, even fictional universes. That's why I said an alternate universe. Not a new one. If this is true than that's how time travel would work you wouldn't be traveling through 'time' but across universes, to one where you're supposed to show up in. I probably didn't explain that very well...
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#353 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
Again, it has to be an established fictional universe. That's the point of the decision. As in, books or TV shows or video games or whatever must exist of it. There isn't a Dresden Files universe where Harry Dresden can turn you back to your original sex with magic, for instance.
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#354 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
You know how much fanfiction is out there? I'm sure it actually exists, if you absolutely need physical proof of it.
User avatar
#356 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
Assume the question, then, is "Press this button to be transported to a fictional world of your choice as it exists in official, canonical materials, not including fan fiction, headcanon, or anything else that doesn't strictly take place in the canonical media of said world. None of this would need to be stated if departed weren't such a huge faggot, but here we are. ...A consequence of pressing the button is that you will be transformed into the opposite sex. Theoretically, this could be reversed with whatever magic or technology that exists in the fictional world you have chosen, but such is not the case for worlds that lack such possibilities."
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#360 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
Well, now you're just making up rules. The button never said any of that. If that's how you take what it's asking that's fine but that's not what it's asking, all of those rules are by your inference.
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#361 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
That's a natural inference to make, because if those rules don't exist, then the question is pointless and stupid. You sound like one of those kids who, while playing army or cowboys or whatever, says he has an invincible shield.
User avatar
#366 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
Naw those guys are faggots. That's different anyways, when playing those games you can specifically mention that that is not allowed. Also, how come most of the people in the thread haven't made the same inference as you even though you say it's 'natural'? Again if you make that inference you're the looser here and the question would not be pointless or stupid if it actually existed.
User avatar
#374 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
No, it's not different, it's exactly the same. You, and everybody else using your same retarded logic, are eliminating the difficulty, and thus the fun, of the situation, by being a colossal shitlord that gets to make up universes when that is clearly not the intent of the hypothetical.

You pick a fictional universe, let's say Doctor Who, and that's it. You don't get to pick a Doctor Who fan fic. Though, granted, in the Doctor Who universe changing your sex with some kind of pseudo-science gadget would probably not be too hard. Anyway, you get what I mean. You get a universe as it truly is, not how you wish it was.
User avatar
#379 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
Now you're just insulting me.. Insulting my logic... *grumble noises*

The only thing against our 'retarded' logic is what you yourself are adding to it. I bet the person who wrote the damn question wrote it in about 3 seconds and didn't even bother thinking about any of that. We're taking a simple dumb question game and construing it into something much more serious than it actually is.
User avatar
#381 - schneidend (03/19/2014) [-]
The person may not have even thought about that because they didn't account for the kind of people that want invincibility shields.

Think about what the point of a hypothetical question is, to be a tough choice that's fun to ponder. If you can have it both ways regardless of what universe you choose, then the choice is not tough. Let's say you really like Star Wars, where you wouldn't be able to truly transform back into your original sex. So, then, because that limitation exists, you have to either be willing to change sex, or think about whether you wouldn't be happier in another universe. If you can just imagine a version of Star Wars where Force-magic can change your sex at-will, then there's no downside. Game ruined.
User avatar
#383 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
First thing, the sex change is a possible up-side, not really a downside.
Second thing, what if I write a book and publish it of my own dream universe? Can I go to that one? Choosing a pre existing universe lacks imagination. I find it much more entertaining to modify a universe or create your own. and that's my choice. If your choice is to choose a pre existing universe so be it.
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#344 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
That and you don't have to rewrite the world just change it a little bit. It also never said any of the characters from that world were still there.
#332 - Perfect, let's go dicks are annoying. And, it's ANY fictional …  [+] (2 replies) 03/19/2014 on Whynaut 0
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#370 - kommandantvideo (03/19/2014) [-]
Dick are very annoying because if you're not careful they will touch the rim of the toilet and that's gross
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#371 - departed (03/19/2014) [-]
Well more reasons than just that, but yes that is annoying.