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I'm a good girl too. I have a halo. It's authentic, you can even check.
You using your horns to help prop it up and keep it over your head isn't very convincing (stop trying to pass them off as ears ^_~). Pretty sure if we shaved your tail, it'd look like a demon/typical anime succubus tail ^_^ (e.g. ToLoveRu; Astarotte No Omocha.)

I find it mildly the depressing that the only place I can find girls who might even remotely share the same interests as me is on the internet. Then again, I shouldn't bitch: I don't go out much (not very social, but I'm quite loyal to the people I do consider friends) and I don't actively try to hook-up or pick-up girls anyway (definitely not my style.) Plus I honestly appreciate my single life-style. It's quite practical and convenient in many ways.

Then again, it's damn near impossible to find a girl who's both smart and somewhat still sweet/innocent. Modern society has ruined that aspect of growing up. Damn Internet ^_^ There's also the fact I would want a JPN girlfriend for various reasons, some being: (A) Constant exposure to and practicing of JPN; (B) Getting JPN permanent residency (if I ever married her) ^_~

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Well shit...

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I've beaten both Sci & Cuda in comment count (2967 & 2586, respectively as of this posting.) And I have 2.5 times the number of forum posts compared to the next set of highest regular forum go-ers (most are just over 1000 posts). WTF do I do here...? *sigh*
SHAVE MY TAIL AND DIE TEN THOUSAND DEATHS WHEN I STRANGLE YOU WITH YOUR OWN ENTRAILS.

I mean... err... I like my tail fluffy.

Update:

HOLY MOTHER OF FOXGIRLS LIGHTNING JUST STRUCK MY HOUSE.

Of course the natural thing to do after getting my mind back together once the shock of having what sounded like a monster truck slam into the roof of my house, I ran into the hall to make sure everyone in my family was okay. OF COURSE disregarding, or rather forgetting, the fact that I was not only naked, but had a vibrating egg in me. Now that was a family get-together that's scarred into my mind.
kisumi said:
[...] HOLY MOTHER OF FOXGIRLS [...]
In theory, according to your canon, wouldn't taht be YOU? Praying to yourself is kinda awkward, no?

No comment on the "family get-together" ^_^; You're like a bad hentai scenario just waiting to happen... First ramen, now lightning... *sigh*
You havn't seen enough drama.

@Kisumi
*speechless* Seriously I have no idea what to say...
May be check next time if you have something inside you before looking for others.
No, the thing to do would be to tape the controller to the bed or something so the if she got up sudden and had to run out, it would pull it out after a distance (assuming the control is wired to the vibrator. They make wireless ones these days for discretion, no?) This way, she wouldn't even have to think about needing to check. When sudden shock and adrenaline kick in, you generally don't really think: you react immediately, based on reflex and instinct.

Oh, and I do have a comment now: seems whoever wired her house did a good job and grounded it correctly. Or they had something that acted like a proper lightning rod. Applause to the architect and construction crew (or whoever decided to made mods to the house and the contractors that did the mods.)

If kisumi posted that shortly after the strike, it would mean none of the electrical wiring in the house got fried. Any breakers/fuses pop?
The circuit for the kitchen electronics tripped, other than that no. Regardless of that I'm on a laptop. No power wouldn't mean instant doom for me. As for the family get together, everyone was kind of in shock, and the only light on was a dim lamp in the hallway. With my luck the toy wasn't seen. But my nudity was... daddy pointed it out and for the rest of the get together I was posing like Venus in the clam. Am I too naive to hope that they might not have known what it was if they did see it? I use a garter that comes with lingerie I have to hold the controller so I don't snag rolling around in bed. It is corded.

Aside from that, I think that I've teased you guys long enough with my whole "no irl" thing. So I figured it wouldn't hurt, here's a real, non-anime picture.
kisumi said:
The circuit for the kitchen electronics tripped, other than that no. Regardless of that I'm on a laptop. [...]
Don't forget your laptop accesses the internet via a gateway somehow. Unless you get cellular access or are leeching off a neighboorhood wi-fi connection, your internet could've died.

Anyway, I was pointing out the that (hopefully) nothing got damaged in the strike. Even a surge supressor might not be able to fry itself fast enough to prevent all damage to any connected devices at the point of a strike. (That's several hundred thousand to millions of volts you're looking at all pumped in a split second.) From the sound of things, seems you home was wired up and electrically grounded properly.

... Actually, you guys have insurance that covers lightning strike damage? ^_^
I have no idea. I can't remember the last time I went "Hey dad I'm curious. Do we have lightning insurance?". But meh, he didn't bring it up in the little conversation, though the meeting was mostly about getting everyone to calm down and stop looking at me for Pete's sake, then a quick inspection without touching any doorknobs. I think everyone else went back to bed. My internet might have died I guess, so that's true.

Anyways I'm off to bed... I had to cover a coworker's shift today, and have another tomorrow.
StahnAileron said:
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That made wanna check mine
I have less than 300....
kisumi said:
Aside from that, I think that I've teased you guys long enough with my whole "no irl" thing. So I figured it wouldn't hurt, here's a real, non-anime picture.
am i the only one who noticed this?
It's totally her. Look at the eyes, ears, an tail. Totally Kisumi.
I don't know... she looks a bit too tall to be Kisumi.
Ahh sorry for the late reply my computer broke and while getting a new one my friend decided to drag me to stay at her house for a little while, hence I haven't been on the computer except to work for a really long time ( ノД`)
StahnAileron said:
What got you to:
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  • Get active and heavily participate on Konachan
So... What started and kept you on your "Konareer" (KONAchan caREER - Yes, I know, sad attempt ^_^;)?
I don't know if this is still the discussion but I lurked looking for a topic and this is the one I see? If you're interested...

GUYS LOOK WHAT I FINALLY MANAGED TO PLAY
My first eroge and it's (REALLY BORING) but Carnelian's art, I-I can't help it ( ´_ゝ`)It might also help if I was fluent in Japanese but
It's on mac I see... So there where eroge on apples devices :P

But yeah the art is sweet. To bad it's not translated. There are program that translate VNs, don't know how it all work on mac though.
What got me to kona and kept me here....
FoliFF said:
It's on mac I see... So there where eroge on apples devices :P

But yeah the art is sweet. To bad it's not translated. There are program that translate VNs, don't know how it all work on mac though.
It isn't on mac :( I had to download CrossOver which runs .exe on mac

CrossOver works great though! I'm thinking of actually buying it when the trial runs out, way better than BootCamp and can save me a shit ton of money
If anyone remembers that one story of mine that I've summarized twice and supplied an excerpt of; I have the first chapter finished and was hoping for a small audience. If anyone has the time and is willing to waste that time reading words, by all means, shoot me a dmail and I'll send a copy. If not, doesn't bother me in the least. It takes a special mood to want to read just one chapter from a (semi)random guy off the internet.
PAIIS said:
If anyone remembers that one story of mine that I've summarized twice and supplied an excerpt of; I have the first chapter finished and was hoping for a small audience. If anyone has the time and is willing to waste that time reading words, by all means, shoot me a dmail and I'll send a copy. If not, doesn't bother me in the least. It takes a special mood to want to read just one chapter from a (semi)random guy off the internet.
I'm quite interested in reading and writing so I wound'nt mind reading your chapter. But I am new to this kinda thing and don't have an email address, is there any way you could send it to me as mail on this site? Thanks.
How do you have internet access and don't have access to an email account of some sort? Most ISPs provide a basic email account (or several) to subscribers. Whether you use them or not is another thing (I don't use my ISP-provide email for anything).

Signing up for a webmail service (e.g. Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail/MSN) isn't that hard either.
Depending on age, you can get around without an e-mail address. I didn't really need one until I was seventeen.

Dmail should work fine for sending a simple story, though.
A snobby princess that demands perfection from everything and everyone, a young suitor that is digusting in appearance and action and a 17-year old guard obsessed with protecting the princess. At first when the suitor stuffing his face with pastry's was introduced I felt the story to be a comedy but at the end of the chapter the mention of assassin's made me think it is action. The chapter is very descriptive so I enjoyed it a lot, the part about the assassin's made me want to keep reading. If you're still working on this I say keep working your magic!
Please keep comments about the story to Dmail; I was about ready to delete your post. While I can understand wanting to possibly promote it, doing so out of context here isn't encouraged; you'll just confuse users. (As I mentioned, reading the first line of your post started making my right hand move the mouse cursor to the "DELETE" action. Fortunately, I have some restraint.)

We already had another user attempt to use the forum as a sounding board for his/her writing. That is not an intended use of the forum here. We deal with images, not writing. We are also not a publishing site nor a critic site (any remote resemblance to those site types is wholly unintentional). We are an image archive, first and foremost. Community/social features and function are wholly secondary. They are intended to help facilitate the functioning of the site as an archive, not stand on their own or used for more obscure purposes.
And then there's this!

I love Deviant Art more and more every day.
kisumi said:
And then there's this!

I love Deviant Art more and more every day.
Deviant Art is good an all but only if your popular on it... that the way i see it.
All you have to do to be popular is be active. Look at me, I draw nothing, write nothing, and do nothing but beg for art and I have fans just for existing.
kisumi said:
All you have to do to be popular is be active. Look at me, I draw nothing, write nothing, and do nothing but beg for art and I have fans just for existing.
Sure being active is a must. On a side-ish note it seems like so many things go onto deviant art that the stuff uploaded will be view only a couple times because it is only on the front page for a very small amount of time. I would have to upload a ton of pictures to be noticed and i don't have that many -_-. But in order not not be a Negative Nelly here i'll keep fighting ! ^_^
That's probably one of the reasons why I dislike artist sites outside of Pixiv. Now, I know Pixiv is JPN and dA is in ENG, so the demographics are different, but I never had a good vibe from the community given the material I've seen so far. Half the content I see from dA has ugly watermarks and/or artist sigs, some of which draw more attention to the text than the actual image. I will admit I have come across artists that actually know how to sign an image artistically, but that seems to be the exception with dA.

Pixiv images tend to not even have sigs or watermarks. Those that do match the image design, or the sig is actually a unique design (i.e. not just plain text like "By Stahn Aileron"). Also, Pixiv doesn't have this sense of egotism I usually get when browsing sites like dA or Minitokyo. Might partially be cultural though, as the JPN are general more humble and reserved about things in public. Though I do get a mild sense of egotism with he very few ENG-speaking artists I've seen on Pixiv. Not many of them, but I have seen a hnadful. A couple of them sounded like your typical dA egotist...

On the other hand, there's the whole "ignorance is bliss" aspect of browsing a JPN vs ENG site. I understand the ENG site. The JPN site, not so much. So I sometimes read stuff on the ENG site(s) that makes me biased against it/them. The JPN site? I just see pretty pictures ^_^ No drama.