Monkey Destruction Switch

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About Monkey Destruction Switch

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  • Interests
    General: Drawing, theology, watching/reading reviews, writing reviews, writing various other things (only occasionally fiction), kids' education/edutainment, biology (especially zoology), poetry (my favorite is Gerard Manley Hopkins!!)

    Video/computer games: These days, not much other than Sonic (NO RLY???) and a little bit of Super Smash Bros. Melee and Pokemon LeafGreen; when I was a kid, I loved edutainment games such as JumpStart and ClueFinders, and other past interests include the 1995-2002 Petz series (not the 2006+ series) and Neopets

    Cartoons & TV: Fleischer/Famous Superman, The Adventures of Superman, Superman: The Animated Series, King of the Hill, Archie's Weird Mysteries, The Spectacular Spider-Man, Dex Hamilton: Alien Entomolygist, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic

    Comics: Superman, Peanuts, Calvin & Hobbes, Sonic
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    Female
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    United States

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  1. This evening I'm heading out to a conference (of a religious nature) and I'm pretty excited but somewhat nervous too, as I almost never do this sort of thing. It's only 24 hours and I know at least one good friend is going too, so it's not too intimidating, but still. I do care a lot about my religion and I like the particular subject matter too, so I expect a good time to be in store, but I'm not COMPLETELY sure what to expect, so there is at least some uncertainty. Still, I'm looking forward to it overall.

  2. Writing research papers is surprisingly enjoyable...for me anyway.

    1. Kiah

      Kiah

      I found them enjoyable too back in the day as I love to write and I'm a total nerd when it comes to looking up things and learning...even better when put it all into writing ;) 

  3. I used to worry constantly that I would never have anything to show for my life, of looking back at the end and seeing that I haven't accomplished much of anything that matters to me in all those years I've been alive. It doesn't bother me as much anymore, but that feeling still comes my way sometimes. Does anyone else feel like that?

    1. Ferno

      Ferno

      sometimes, other times i fear i could actually end up becoming sorta successful but still all old and isolated and alone anyway at the end of it all, even to the point where my family or people i grew up with don't even know i've actually "made it" since i stopped sharing my progress with pretty much everyone irl ages ago once i started separating my online and irl daily life

    2. Kiah

      Kiah

      I still do and I feel like I've felt that way more frequently since I hit my 30's and especially now. But then I have to remember that what's done is done as it's in the past and there is nothing I can do about it. It's all about the present and making the most of it to provide those opportunities for accomplishments now and in the future. 

      And you're young so don't worry; you have plenty of time to accomplish a lot and I'm sure you will :) 

      I hope that makes some kind of sense as it's bedtime for me...😴

    3. God Eater Lenka

      God Eater Lenka

      Yeah. My parents tell me they're proud of me sometimes and I have to suppress the urge to respond "proud of what?" to them. I don't feel like I've done anything of value nor accomplished anything of any worth. I'm only 20 but, ech. I've never even had a job.

      I don't feel like that constantly or anything but it does pop up in the back of my mind every now and then.

    4. King Koopone

      King Koopone

      I have that feeling every single day and it sort of makes me down. There's not much to change this either.

  4. Is Tuff Puppy good?

    1. Josh
    2. Dejimon11

      Dejimon11

      Not really. It suffers from the same problem modern fairly odd parents does.

    3. Gabe

      Gabe

      It's mostly average. It's not great, but it's not terrible either.

    4. Dee Dude

      Dee Dude

      I liked it at first but it's really just bleh.

    5. Emperor Robrainiac
    6. Cheawn

      Cheawn

      No, but I enjoy it. Then again, my tolerance for cartoons is very high, so for me to not like a show, it has to be really bad. 

  5. I was at a store today and saw Superman and Sonic Lego Dimensions packs. I don't have the game, so I couldn't convince myself to fork out the dough, but man, I felt such an intense desire in that moment... x)

    1. Kiah

      Kiah

      You have more willpower than me...I don't have the game either but I bought the Sonic one anyway as this 33 year old doesn't play when it comes to her Sonic toy fix :P 

  6. *sees video entitled "Does Henry Cavill's Superman Suck?"*

    *audibly replies "yes"*

    1. A Match in Oil Ocean Zone

      A Match in Oil Ocean Zone

      *teardrops fall on framed photograph of brandon routh*

  7. Whoa, just saw a commercial for Sweet Tarts Cherry Punch Ropes. I remember seeing ads for those in a Sonic comic in days of yore. Maybe I should try one sometime, they look good xD

    1. VEDJ-F

      VEDJ-F

      *Googles the term because it sounds like an Ad-Lib*

      ...They're pencil sweets. What's so fancy about those?

  8. It's interesting how TV and print ads aren't really that much of a nuisance while digital ads are a mess of problems.

  9. Hey, while the Showcase forum is for showing off creative works, we generally require topics on our boards to consist of more than just a piece of media such as an image or video. Try adding a little bit of descriptive/informative text - just a little something to show you're trying to put in a bit of effort. If you don't, it may come across like you're just slapping a video here, hoping to get views. That being said, I feel like, rather than locking the topic immediately, it's fair to give you a chance to edit the opening post and add a little bit of description. If you do this within the day, I'll leave this thread open; if not, I'll lock it.
  10. Ooooh! I've never watched AoStH before and I really want to. Unlike SatAM (a show which I've always liked but don't feel as enthusiastic about as I used to), it sounds like Tails is much more of Sonic's sidekick and an active player, like in the games, which excites me. (Come to think of it, there are quite a few TV shows that don't get Tails' role right - SatAM, SU because he's not even there lel, and X.) I haven't attended your streams before, but I really hope I can change that this time!!
  11. I think the first Sonic game to do that was Sonic Triple Trouble. Sonic Blast did it too. Wow! I'm contributing so much to this thread with my pedantic 8-bit game trivia.
  12. The problem with Cheetos Mix-Ups is that the fun flavors make ordinary Cheetos seem bland by comparison

    1. Person

      Person

      cheetostwisted.jpg

      These were the best Cheetoes and nobody can tell me otherwise

  13. tumblr_ollunlA5gc1w33tjmo1_540.jpg

    the red robin birb looks a little like a Sonic character to me!

    1. Mightyray

      Mightyray

      He does too!

    2. Soni

      Soni

      Nah, looks like a generic anthro brid character to me.

      Though I'm sure you can Sonic-fy it.

    3. Celestia

      Celestia

      He's got the shoes for it.

  14. Ironically, being really deprived of human interaction for a couple of days drains me of energy I need to be social

    1. Zoroark & Flare

      Zoroark & Flare

      Infinite loop commencing in 3...

  15. Just have to be pedantic and say that Sonic 1 is the only 8-bit game where you can't pick up your rings, as far as I know. I'm probably not the best person to talk about the ring system - all I know is that, being someone who's not the most precise and skilled gamer, I LOVE how forgiving it is. x)