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  1. ENTPftw
    I saw your thread-I just happen to be a female entp war veteran if you want to ask me some questions.
  2. Ktheprogbulldog
    Yesterday 12:26 AM
    Ktheprogbulldog commented on The Confession Thread, Vol. II
    Misread this as telophase at first. However, with that out of the way, this sounds like an interesting topic.
  3. Junk
    02-03-2016 06:58 PM
    Junk commented on What's the last thing you really liked?
    lol I brought a pint a whiskey and my ecig into the movie theater on an off afternoon by myself and watched that movie. Tears would not stop rolling lol
  4. Ktheprogbulldog
    02-02-2016 10:31 PM
    Funsies, in the sunsies, hopefully not in a onesy?
  5. Ktheprogbulldog
  6. Ktheprogbulldog
    02-02-2016 10:00 PM
    This isn't even the beginning of what I am capable of.

  7. Ktheprogbulldog
    02-02-2016 09:55 PM
    I'm so rabid with wordplay, you can call me the energizer punny!

    I've been to the dentist so many times I know the drill.

    Always trust someone who sells glue. They stick to their word.
  8. Ktheprogbulldog
    02-02-2016 09:49 PM
    Yes, I am having a blast. I had a photographic memory but never developed it.
  9. Ktheprogbulldog
    02-02-2016 09:32 PM
    I am having too much fun with literary devices! I would say that I would love them a million times over, but that would just be hyperbolic.
  10. Ktheprogbulldog
    02-02-2016 09:25 PM
    Yes! Where as assonance can activate at night!
  11. Ktheprogbulldog
    02-02-2016 08:47 AM
    Ktheprogbulldog commented on The Confession Thread, Vol. II
    Wonderfully writing your words to woo your wandering eyes?
  12. Rumpelstiltskin
    Love how your posts are devoid of personal reference and constructed solely on the basis of their contributing value to discussion.
  13. Ktheprogbulldog
    01-27-2016 07:44 PM
    You're scared now? Just wait.

    I'm just kidding. In reality, I don't do a lot of dangerous stuff. I like to adventure, but I'm pretty chill at least I think so. The forumites that have met me may say so otherwise.
  14. Ktheprogbulldog
    01-26-2016 11:12 PM
    Mammals you say? We must team up with our foxes and save the world from the spiders because reasons!!! In all seriousness, this is good food for thought.

    "Little Albert" Experiment

    But...but....what if I like to live dangerously?!?
  15. Ktheprogbulldog
    01-26-2016 10:52 PM
    This is an interesting thing to note and something that broadens my perspective. I will have to look deeper into this subject and do more research. I do think that some fears require some condition as we've seen with Watson's "Little Albert" experiment, which is pretty fucked up when you think about it despite it being so simple. It's funny that you bring up spiders because there was just a topic in chat about how creepy they are.

    As much as I hate to admit it, the drawing is fairly accurate at least when I'm with my boyfriend. Sometimes I become so excited and say, "Hey! Let's do *insert random activity or event here*" and he'll be like. "Okay. Wait, WHAT?" When he presented this t to me, he even said, "That ENFP could be falling into a puddle of acid. You never know." Typical response from him.
  16. Ktheprogbulldog
    01-26-2016 10:11 PM
    Do you think the reason why some fears or things that scared us as a child tend to stick is because that kids like to be challenged when it comes to subject matters like that or perhaps want to conquer their fear even if they wont? Perhaps this is just wishful thinking from my perspective, but I suppose it is something to look into. The psychology of fear and being scared is something that has fascinated me for years, and it is also interesting to note in public how certain tones of voice or body language can scare people even if the language itself is harmless. I've noted this when I approach people. Some people have said that I come off as intimidating at times, which I find very hard to believe.

    I will have to give them a watch again being much older now, so I will definitely let you know what I think when I am done!

    Also, something my bf sent me just moments ago...
    Click the image to open in full size.
  17. Ktheprogbulldog
    01-26-2016 09:42 PM
    It is a curious phenomenon! I remember being absolutely scared by various things all at once, but few moments remained in my mind. I don't know if this is due to age or perhaps something within said scene that stuck out in my mind and kept replaying in my head, or perhaps it's a subconscious thing? You have the cogs moving rapidly in my mind due to this thinking process, and I like it.

    I actually have all seasons of "Are You Afraid" at the library where I work, and I'm tempted to check them all out and relive the glory days (though I probably wouldn't be scared like I was as a kid). Since you and I both watched the series as kids, I'm guessing we're close to the same age or at least the same demographic.

    One thing that also terrified me was one night when there was a huge lightning strike, and all of a sudden, my younger sister's Furby turned on and began speaking even though the on switch wasn't activated.
  18. Ktheprogbulldog
    01-26-2016 09:20 PM
    See? This is why we get along! We balance each other out with what he like and what our fears are. It makes perfect sense!

    I don't recall reading any of the Goosebumps books, but I do remember my friends reading them about that ghost mask, and that scared them.

    Did you ever watch Are You Afraid of the Dark on Nickelodeon?
  19. Ktheprogbulldog
    01-26-2016 09:00 PM
    Nope. I blame my friend for suggesting it. We had no idea what would be within the film.

    What I found ironic was that films that were supposed to be scary (Chucky, It, etc) never scared me as a kid (maybe because I was expecting it?), but various moments in films for children did! Another one that I remember was the disembodied heads scene from Return to Oz.
  20. Ktheprogbulldog
    01-26-2016 08:39 PM
    Oh yes, granted, there were lots of moments in various games, television shows, and movies that were absolutely terrifying. The transformation scene from Pinocchio and the headless horseman from Sleepy Hollow were familiar nightmares for me. I still enjoy them.

    I still don't know why my close friend and I thought it would be a great idea to watch Alien when we were 8 years old.

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