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#25 - feupy (01/04/2014) [-]
But I would still say this is accurate since many people think like him. Maybe not an accurate description of society, but an accurate view on society.
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#23 - traelos (01/04/2014) [-]
I understand I am not a well adjusted person and I understand he is not a well adjusted person. But that's the point he's not well adjusted he does not have his shit together and it is not ok to do/think something just because he does.
He's not a role model, he's a cautionary tale.
#25 - feupy (01/04/2014) [-]
But I would still say this is accurate since many people think like him. Maybe not an accurate description of society, but an accurate view on society.
#16 - baconmcbeykon (01/04/2014) [-]
I don't think they are too exaggerated actually, personally I recognized many of these viewpoints from some years back and from discussions I've had with a few other people who weren't very popular in school. The point is how the show makes it so obvious that his attitude is part of his problem when he interacts with his peers in the situations he is presented with. You could say the moral is that you need some initative if you want to change something.
#19 - baconmcbeykon (01/04/2014) [-]
Of course, not everyone can take initiative, although I have to say watamote seems way more exaggerated than Oregairu. Personally I haven't had a problem with initiative, but with my own sort of annoying personality I guess. Because of this I can't really relate to Watamote that much, I guess that's why I didn't get hooked on the show.
#21 - feupy (01/04/2014) [-]
#22 - baconmcbeykon (01/04/2014) [-]
Indeed, if they aren't with me, then fuck'em. However, it's important to not give up on society though. While you grow up and learn to deal with personal and social issues, everyone else does as well, so as time passes, it should become easier to interact with the rest of society. At least, it's what I've learnt from my experiences.
NB: I was raised in Norway, so if you try this in the States, for example, and it backfires, don't blame me.
#24 - feupy (01/04/2014) [-]
It's how things should be. But it's okay, there are good people everywhere and you can always end up finding someone who can be some kind of link between you and the society. I also think people have a better mentality in Norway, compared to my country France.
Many Norwegians here ! Btw I spent last semester in Stavanger
#26 - baconmcbeykon (01/04/2014) [-]
Yeah, it's very difficult to do anything if you don't have any support. You simply can't take on the world alone.
Really? Interesting, do you know why? I know of one person who wants to go there to study law or something along those lines, is that it?
How was Stavanger? All I know about the place is that it's where my father's side of the family, and the coolest Norwegian band comes from.
#27 - feupy (01/04/2014) [-]
Indeed. If you can, you do, and you're not a loner. Flawless logic.
Actually I was doing Chemistry / environment stuff. UiS science department was cool but I don't know much about other studies.
I liked Stavanger. I visited Oslo and Bergen and I found Stavanger to be the prettiest of the three.
#29 - feupy (01/04/2014) [-]
Oh, sorry, I misunderstood. Well maybe it's because I've known it all my life, but I'm a bit fed up with French mentality. I'm sure if someone is interested in coming studying here, they can appreciate it though.
It was cool. Before I came there verybody was telling me "Norwegian people are cold", but in Stavanger people were very kind. Well being given my semi-loner condition 5 months weren't enough to make BFF but I had good relations with some people.
#30 - baconmcbeykon (01/04/2014) [-]
Hm, oh well. Personally I'm just fed up with French. Had to learn that stuff for 5 years, it was a terrible subject. And what's with your counting? It's silly. Oh and I've been meaning to ask a French person, do you guys blaze it every time you count and get to 80?
I hear that thing about Norwegians being cold a lot too. But from what I hear it's just when we don't know someone, but apparently we are very polite and kind when we get to know people. I don't know, it's very hard to tell from the inside.
Well at least you weren't lonely for the duration of your stay. Do you keep in touch with any of them?
#31 - feupy (01/04/2014) [-]
Haha, i'm not surprised, French is a bitch of a language. Our counting system doesn't make any sense, but it's original, isn't it ? Yup, 80 is pronounced "quatre-vingts", like 4-20
A Norwegian told me people may be cold In Oslo, but warm in Stavanger because it's the coast. Actually, it's the case in France, people in Paris are cold, and in the south they are warm. So it might make sense.
Classes were mostly international students so there were only 2 or 3 Norwegian students I was kind of friend with. I should keep in touch indeed.
#32 - baconmcbeykon (01/04/2014) [-]
Hon hon Quatre-vingt flambe ce. It is original, but I think Denmark has a similiar system. That or they have something else that's also messed up. I consider them to be the lingustic equivalent of France in Scandinavia.
Interesting, but why would there be a difference based on the distance to the sea? Both Stavanger and Oslo are big cities, so that isn't it... When you say "the South" what kind of places do you mean? Small villages, or the larger citis too?
Only if it's worth it, but you would know that better than me.
#33 - feupy (01/04/2014) [-]
Really ? I don't know shit to Danish. I've studied Norwegian a bit, it was a bit similar to English to me
Yeah, I think it might be a capital / big city problem. "In the south" refer to people in villages or smaller cities - Paris is known for being full of arrogant people, which is one of the reasons why tourists think "French people" are assholes. It's not 100% accurate. Not 100% false too, though.
#34 - baconmcbeykon (01/04/2014) [-]
Oh yeah, sorry. Grammatically, Danish is almost identical to the other Scandinavian languages, but I mean the way they talk. Us Norwegians sometimes make fun of the Danes by saying they have a potato or a frog shoved down their throat, resulting in the gargling mess of a tongue they call a language. And the French, well... You guys are French. No offense, but it's a bit offensive. In my defense, I use this argument very unseriously. French is way better than Danish.
Makes sense, but it doesn't give an answer as to why Oslo would have a colder attitude than Stavanger, since they are both fairly large cities. Maybe it just isn't true.
#35 - feupy (01/04/2014) [-]
That description made me laugh. I heard Nowegians and Danish (and maybe Swedes) could understand each other indeed. Honestly, I quite like French language. I understand it's a pain for strangers and even some French, but it's quite beautiful and full of cute little rules ready to fuck you, which is actually amusing.
Maybe you're right, I haven't been in Oslo long enough to see the difference anyway, so I can't speak by experience.
#36 - baconmcbeykon (01/04/2014) [-]
Norwegians usually understand both Swedish and Danish, though Swedes and Danes supposedly have a harder time understanding each other. It has to do with the speed at which they speak, Swedes are slow, Norwegians medium paced, and Danes are the quickest. It doesn't help that the Danes mess up their own language as well. www.youtube.com/watch?v=s-mOy8VUEBk This sketch apparently has a bit of truth to it, in the sense that some Danes can't understand other Danes.
And when I say French is better than Danish, I really mean it. I really enjoy its ties to English and Latin. Very amusing. It's just that school ruined it a bit for me.
#41 - feupy (01/04/2014) [-]
I'm sorry for the aim thing, actually it's just I can't reply to your last comments because of the bump limit
This is because of the way of teaching. I guess there are bad teachers everywhere and for every subject. Also I find it amusing because I like linguistics, but I understand why people, even here, would find it boring.
#40 - baconmcbeykon (01/04/2014) [-]
Whoah. Steady your aim there, partner.
I wonder how the Swedes take it... I should ask my Swedish friend. I hear they haveNorwegian jokes.
That is indeed why French is a pain in the ass. And they try to cram you full of information about France too, despite your lack of a decent French vocabulary. Why in the world would they want me to write a page on the nature of some French movie, when I can't even write a page about my family? It's ridiculous.
#37 - feupy (01/04/2014) [-]
Seems like you Norwegians are making fun of Danes like we French do with Belgians. I only got half of the sketch, but the misunderstanding still made me laugh.
I know that feel. In France foreign languages are very badly taught at school. So many students hate learning them, even English, which is a shame.
#38 - baconmcbeykon (01/04/2014) [-]
We make fun of Swedes too, we actually target them more often thanks to the Swede-jokes we have. In Swede-jokes we basically just use them as a substitute for dumb people. It's all very normal for neighbouring countries I think.
That's often the case here in Norway too, though I really like English, both as a subject and a language, especially because the grammar part of the subject decreases over time, and in the end you are left with information about the English speaking world conveyed through the English language.
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#208 - anonymous (01/09/2014) [-]
Much to my amazement, it is way funnier in context
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#29 - traelos (01/03/2014) [-]
>Be aware of what doujinshi means
>Be aware of what doujinshi usually means, especially on this site
>Be aware that whenever someone uses your name on this site it tells you
>See some dude named doujinshi
>Comment "That is a very interesting choice of name."
>Some cheeky cunt tries to be clever about semantics
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#86 - megaton (01/03/2014) [-]
i don't understand why tenant didn't just use the same method he did last time to stay himself. he could have chopped of his hand then channeled his regeneration energy into it once more thus keeping himself the same all over again. i know why he didn't from the real world perspective but i felt like i wanted him to explain a reason he couldn't do it again.
#94 - traelos (01/03/2014) [-]
Because he didn't have an extra hand lying around to put it in.
If he just chopped off his hand it would have died since his entire body was poisoned.
The only reason he had a hand the first time was because it got chopped off while he was still regenerating and then Captain Jack kept it alive for a few years.
#88 - fuckallyouniggers (01/03/2014) [-]
He cant regenerate the same face, he only managed to do it once because he used the energy left over from his hand, due to the fact it was cut off within the first few hours of the cycle, it retained a small amount of energy the doctor used to keep the same face.
#142 - fuckallyouniggers (01/03/2014) [-]
Shortly after he became the 10th doctor, he had his hand chopped off in a sword fight with an alien, but because he was still finishing his regeneration, he had plenty of energy to regrow the hand instantly, the hand was then returned to him later and he preserved it in a small tube in the TARDIS, because it was chooped off while he was still technically in regeneration, it reserved enough energy to not only stay alive, but also recreate the full image of the 10th doctor when he used that energy after being shot by the dalek
#63 - demandsgayversion (01/03/2014) [-]
Their sad to regenerate speeches are bridging to the audience, giving us a nice moment to hold on to. And I've only seen seasons 5 and on, so I never saw the whole severed hand thing. Did that what 9 was referring to as the wasted regeneration? If it was a hole filled with technicality, that's fine, although I would think he could replicate those conditions to keep his face with the cancerorwhatever regeneration.
#64 - thebestpieever (01/03/2014) [-]
The audience never needed those speeches till "I don't wanna go" became a pseudo-meme. He's done that dance over 12 times now. And with Ten it made sense, he was always sad, and he was selfish, fragile and egocentric, he was bound to not want to "die". Hell, he was bound to call it dying instead of regenerating.
Eleven had accepted his permanent death just minutes ago and now he's crying 'cause he's gonna change suit sizes.
#67 - demandsgayversion (01/03/2014) [-]
I'm gonna reword all that, because I feel I didn't address your main point. He was ready for his final death, sure, but then he got his new regeneration. He knows he has hundreds of more years in front of him - he got to the end of his life and now he has to live an entire lifetime again. Sure, it's happy, but it's also sad.
#84 - Bacabed (01/03/2014) [-]
Correct me if I'm wrong but didn't 10 say that regeneration was like dying? I always assumed that it meant more than just a face change; that they lose their entire personality and being. Yeah, he stays the Doctor but he's born with a whole new persona and isn't "himself" anymore. I'd guess that with each regeneration he moves further away from what he originally was so now when he regenerates it's like he's losing more and more of himself, thus the "I'm so sad I'm regenerating" speeches.
And as for being happy then sad, I assumed the joy was because he had the power to fight back the Daleks and be himself (as the 11th Doctor) once more but then sad afterwards knowing that, although he would survive and live on as the Doctor, he would lose this persona and become someone new and wouldn't know what would come or if he would ever feel like "himself" again.
Just my take on it and if I'm wrong with any info I apologize.
#85 - demandsgayversion (01/03/2014) [-]
I only have one generation of experience, but I feel like even though regenerating is like dying, there's still something in there that is a constant. His memories and (I think) friendships, but mostly the memories. He has so many good and bad memories, respectively, and now that he has a new life to look towards, he knows there will be more of those.
I honestly wonder how interested I'll be in the new generation. What got me hooked wasn't the lore or the filming or the acting or the storytelling, it was Matt Smith's Doctor. That character who is overly upbeat and interested, he was like a puppy; but he could also be extremely angry or sad. I could FEEL an old man's experience underneath it, too, like he really was an old man. An interesting character, to say the least. I hope the new guy does something similarly unique.
#96 - Bacabed (01/03/2014) [-]
Yeah, he keeps his memories and friendships (there are a few episodes where he talks to someone who knows him but doesn't know his regeneration) but I've always thought it was still a "new" him. For example, when he regenerates as the 10th he asks himself what kind of man he is, because he really doesn't know what this new regeneration is. I think it's more of a situation where he keeps the memories but loses himself. One example is his destruction of Gallifrey: he always has that memory with him, but each regeneration treats it differently. It's like he has this memory of what he did, knows how he felt doing it but with each regeneration how he thinks about it is different. Each regeneration marks that as their darkest day, yes, but they each go about coping with it a little bit differently.
The way I see it is that he will always be the Doctor, always saving planets and protecting people. But that's not the entirety of his personality. His 10th regeneration is rather ruthless whereas the 10th is more upbeat about everything (I highly suggest watching both the 9th and 10th if you haven't yet but if you don't want to watch the whole series watch the end of "Family of Blood," he punishes aliens who hunted him in a somewhat sadistic way). So I mean, yeah he always has some of himself being the same but, over time, more parts of him change and I think that the concern is that one day he will regenerate into someone that he never thought he could become (perhaps a regeneration who does not feel bad about Gallifrey at all).
#140 - anonymous (01/03/2014) [-]
Meta-crisis Doctor is human
#27 - thebestpieever (01/02/2014) [-]
But meta-crisis doctor did not have a story of his own, he did not replace any other doctor, he didn't got any companions, he didn't got to pick his clothes, he didn't left and passed the torch to another doctor. Therefore, he shouldn't be counted in the main 1,2,3 etc. He should a note in the "others" next to The Watcher, The Valeyard and The Ward Doctor.
#35 - gigglebuns (01/03/2014) [-]
Meta-crisis Doctor, or as I call him the War Doctor, was actually canon, therefore a regeneration and he was the 9th regeneration. 9th is actually 10th, 10th is 11th and 12th because of aborted regeneration and 12th is 13th. Also, River Song gave up her regenerations to save the Doctor, therefore he has her extra regenerations to keep him living, just thought I'd put that in there for people who are going to spout out that Time Lords can only regenerate 12 times.
#43 - thebestpieever (01/03/2014) [-]
You are an idiot.
Meta-crisis Doctor was created in journey's end, he is half human, appeared in series 4, killed the Daleks and then went to another universe.
The War Doctor was created in a mini episode that was posted on youtube, after the end of series 7, is full galifreyan and appeared in The Day of The Doctor, then he regenerated into the 9th Doctor.
#110 - anonymous (01/03/2014) [-]
Well, he came with his opinion of it, you were the one degrading other ppl calling them idiots
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