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#345311 - Kill: Fuji. Lol Slayers. Such **** . **… 11/18/2012 on Anime & Manga - anime... +1
#271769 - alhemicar srsly. 10/07/2012 on Anime & Manga - anime... +1
#271767 - Damnit alhemicar 10/07/2012 on Anime & Manga - anime... +1
#271760 - Wrong board perhaps? 10/07/2012 on Anime & Manga - anime... +1
#243081 - Thanks for the novel kotor.  [+] (2 new replies) 09/24/2012 on Anime & Manga - anime... 0
#243140 - takingyouseriously (09/24/2012) [-]
Dear Tomoyo,

Thank you for replying. While I have no idea what you just said yourself, I may somehow figure it out. I suppose you were in a hurry and forgot to use the proper punctuation in your sentence. While "thanks for the novel kotor" makes no sense for me, I think you were heavily implying and stating that I am kotor. Your sentence could have sounded like this: "Thanks for the novel, kotor." Presuming that's what you meant, I understand why you used poor punctuation. First of all - you might as well live in America where at the moment it's the lunch time and as you were rushing to eat an American hamburger or a delicious meal cooked by your mother or why not by yourself - you typed out the message as quick as possible and didn't bother with the punctuation, because you were probably thinking about that delicious meal or those three hamburgers. I remember myself a situation like that. Just take a look at my message above. It's 9 PM out here and as I eat my steak while reading the book, I typed quite a messy wall of text up there.
But back to what you said! While I do agree I may sound like this guy who mentioned you above (kotor), I am not. Another thing is that you said it's a novel. As much as I wish it were a novel, it's not a novel by any definition. You see...my teachers taught me at school that a novel is a fictitious prose narrative with a single narrative, following a single conflict, focused on a handful of character, that are described briefly according to their contribution to the case or development of the novel itself.

Best regards, David.
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#242997 - Well he's talking about me for some reason.  [+] (5 new replies) 09/24/2012 on Anime & Manga - anime... +1
#243063 - takingyouseriously (09/24/2012) [-]
Dear Tomoyo,
Thank you for replying to my short question. I think I'll take my time and probably with a bit of effort try to explain what the person in cause was talking about.
As much as I learnt throughout my life, with all my experience and knowledge I got from school, my comprehension of reading/understanding/writing and some internet experience I think he just exemplified that you, or better said your account with the username "tomoyo" is probably a multiaccount of some regular's (that's how they call people who come often on a website or a board in our case and post) or former regular's, just like the original poster of this thread. I presume we can safely say that your username means Tomoyo, a character from some series called "Clannad", a series that I watched myself and thoroughly enjoyed. It's nice to meet people that share same thought and taste in anime, because I myself preferred Tomoyo as a character rather than all the others in Clannad.
On topic however: You see, not once have I encountered at school in books this type of sentence that imply something specific. Just now as write this, I manage to read same time a book about to increase my knowledge so that I can help people. Take for example yourself - you didn't seem to understand what he just meant. However with a little help from myself you might have understood what he implied. This technique of implying and exemplifying is fairly interesting and tricky at the same time.

Best regards, David.
User avatar #243081 - tomoyo (09/24/2012) [-]
Thanks for the novel kotor.
#243140 - takingyouseriously (09/24/2012) [-]
Dear Tomoyo,

Thank you for replying. While I have no idea what you just said yourself, I may somehow figure it out. I suppose you were in a hurry and forgot to use the proper punctuation in your sentence. While "thanks for the novel kotor" makes no sense for me, I think you were heavily implying and stating that I am kotor. Your sentence could have sounded like this: "Thanks for the novel, kotor." Presuming that's what you meant, I understand why you used poor punctuation. First of all - you might as well live in America where at the moment it's the lunch time and as you were rushing to eat an American hamburger or a delicious meal cooked by your mother or why not by yourself - you typed out the message as quick as possible and didn't bother with the punctuation, because you were probably thinking about that delicious meal or those three hamburgers. I remember myself a situation like that. Just take a look at my message above. It's 9 PM out here and as I eat my steak while reading the book, I typed quite a messy wall of text up there.
But back to what you said! While I do agree I may sound like this guy who mentioned you above (kotor), I am not. Another thing is that you said it's a novel. As much as I wish it were a novel, it's not a novel by any definition. You see...my teachers taught me at school that a novel is a fictitious prose narrative with a single narrative, following a single conflict, focused on a handful of character, that are described briefly according to their contribution to the case or development of the novel itself.

Best regards, David.
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#242976 - You called...?  [+] (7 new replies) 09/24/2012 on Anime & Manga - anime... +1
#242996 - takingyouseriously (09/24/2012) [-]
why would he call you?
User avatar #242997 - tomoyo (09/24/2012) [-]
Well he's talking about me for some reason.
#243063 - takingyouseriously (09/24/2012) [-]
Dear Tomoyo,
Thank you for replying to my short question. I think I'll take my time and probably with a bit of effort try to explain what the person in cause was talking about.
As much as I learnt throughout my life, with all my experience and knowledge I got from school, my comprehension of reading/understanding/writing and some internet experience I think he just exemplified that you, or better said your account with the username "tomoyo" is probably a multiaccount of some regular's (that's how they call people who come often on a website or a board in our case and post) or former regular's, just like the original poster of this thread. I presume we can safely say that your username means Tomoyo, a character from some series called "Clannad", a series that I watched myself and thoroughly enjoyed. It's nice to meet people that share same thought and taste in anime, because I myself preferred Tomoyo as a character rather than all the others in Clannad.
On topic however: You see, not once have I encountered at school in books this type of sentence that imply something specific. Just now as write this, I manage to read same time a book about to increase my knowledge so that I can help people. Take for example yourself - you didn't seem to understand what he just meant. However with a little help from myself you might have understood what he implied. This technique of implying and exemplifying is fairly interesting and tricky at the same time.

Best regards, David.
User avatar #243081 - tomoyo (09/24/2012) [-]
Thanks for the novel kotor.
#243140 - takingyouseriously (09/24/2012) [-]
Dear Tomoyo,

Thank you for replying. While I have no idea what you just said yourself, I may somehow figure it out. I suppose you were in a hurry and forgot to use the proper punctuation in your sentence. While "thanks for the novel kotor" makes no sense for me, I think you were heavily implying and stating that I am kotor. Your sentence could have sounded like this: "Thanks for the novel, kotor." Presuming that's what you meant, I understand why you used poor punctuation. First of all - you might as well live in America where at the moment it's the lunch time and as you were rushing to eat an American hamburger or a delicious meal cooked by your mother or why not by yourself - you typed out the message as quick as possible and didn't bother with the punctuation, because you were probably thinking about that delicious meal or those three hamburgers. I remember myself a situation like that. Just take a look at my message above. It's 9 PM out here and as I eat my steak while reading the book, I typed quite a messy wall of text up there.
But back to what you said! While I do agree I may sound like this guy who mentioned you above (kotor), I am not. Another thing is that you said it's a novel. As much as I wish it were a novel, it's not a novel by any definition. You see...my teachers taught me at school that a novel is a fictitious prose narrative with a single narrative, following a single conflict, focused on a handful of character, that are described briefly according to their contribution to the case or development of the novel itself.

Best regards, David.
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#236285 - I can have an opinion if I want to. 09/21/2012 on Anime & Manga - anime... 0
#236277 - Errr...I don't even know you... 09/21/2012 on Anime & Manga - anime... 0
#236265 - Slayers. 09/21/2012 on Anime & Manga - anime... 0
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User avatar #1 - twi (02/11/2014) [-]
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