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1 Name: ( ˃ ヮ˂) : 1993-09-6569 02:07

I demand that >>2 will end all his sentences with desu.

(>>0 demanded me to start this thread!)

831 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7534 00:17

>>830
5:16

>>832

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832 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7537 16:27

>>831
I may bow before your false idol just this once, but my true god will always be Armok, God of Blood!

>>833
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833 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7538 13:23

>>832
I've downloaded it and shall try to forget it as soon as possible.

>>834
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834 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7538 17:51

>>833
Hmm. Made me glad I don't have a stutter. The way the speech got more and more distorted was rather interesting, and the sound towards the end was oddly soothing. Not sure I'd listen to it twice, though.

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835 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7538 18:46

>>834
22:42 The Elitist Superstructure of DQN @ 4-ch
4-ch.net
22:38 GUNSHOW ARCHIVE

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836 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7539 18:02

>>835,837
http://4-ch.net/dqn/kareha.pl/1341413503/311

837 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7540 09:14

>>836
Another day, another dance, another dead guy. I cantered about the stage, twirling an elegant fan. The small audience cared not for these aesthetic trappings.

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838 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7540 09:15

After an hour of hiking, we came to a long stone staircase that led to a magnificent shrine.

"This is Rakuhei Shrine," I said, as we climbed the steps. "My friend Haruka Rakuhei lives here. She's a really good miko. She taught me that fire spell for self-protection! I'm sure she'll know a way out of this predicament."

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839 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7540 14:21

>>838
"Forgot something?" asked Reimu.
"I wish!" replied Kenta.

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840 Name: (*゚ー゚) : 1993-09-7540 18:01

>>839
A+. Reading this fanfic was a truly profound, life changing experience, on a par with a native American spirit journey or taking LSD. The text conveys its message with startling precision and insight, concisely and unpretentiously, without obfuscatory language. The short length leaves the reader with a sense of wonder at what goes unsaid - the author may directly ask only one question, but the reader is left with countless more. Ultimately, the text is a demonstration of Absurdist philosophy, challenging the idea that a story must have a moral, point, or meaning at all. This idea, that the author need not pander to the reader's every vagary, is sure to usher in a new age of literature. My favourite part is the crippling sense of existential dread the reader is left with after reading.

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