Discussion in 'That's So Meta!' started by Carnivorous Moogle, Aug 3, 2016.
I thought I posted this last night, but the draft is still sitting here so apparently I didn't, but there's a tea/coffee thread over here.
I don't know why "coffee" got in there, I meant for the code thread
java jive still works if you're coding minecraft mods :D
For friend/trainer/other cooperative gaming codes!
alas, i can't make a coffee joke about that.
I need somewhere to post an extremely NSFW comedy podcast and would rather not make a new thread, is there anywhere I'm missing an obvious choice?
Edit: as more of a comedy thing, not necessarily a dissection of the topic (though I wouldn't mind that either)
I’d think posting it in either of the general podcast threads would be fine so long as you warn for content and spoiler any explicitly NSFW stuff!
(Also, @jacktrash, I keep thinking Java Jive sounds like an early-2000s internet cafe and I love it.)
Thanks, will do!
Do we have a thread for computer geeking? Like if I want to post about how much I love working with Windows 3.1 or if I want to brag about my laptop.
Like computer geeking as in the mechanics of computers and not games
we do, lemme find it somewhere.
I made this one for chatting about building computers.
This is gonna sound dumb as shit but is there a thread for Veggietales
I have not seen one
Nope, but I'd love to see one if somebody would make it
did you ever make this thread, laz?
I made the thread I just don’t have a link at this moment
Grabbed the link!
Nope. Went back to the land of no internet and still don't have a Sufficiently Clever Thread Title
i mean, you could just call it 'mobile game friend codes' for now, and change it later when you think of something.
in fact, i'm gonna go ahead and do this, bc i want such a thread to exist. if you ever think of a clever name, lemme know. :D
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