"Ugh. Smells like sick!"

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User Info: ejshin

ejshin
4 years ago#11
Pesmerga, the anti-shatterstar.
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User Info: Pesmerga255

Pesmerga255
4 years ago#12
I'm just saying. Tameem being the idiot that he is, tries too hard with his characters and setting. It just ends up being a load of pretentious crap with a lot of swearing added in to make the teenage Dante seem like he's "badass".
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Strelok
4 years ago#13
Speaking of Lollerstar, what happened?
he didn't post anything for some time now, did he run off in fear?
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YumeOMiru
4 years ago#14
Pesmerga255 posted...
I'm just saying. Tameem being the idiot that he is, tries too hard with his characters and setting. It just ends up being a load of pretentious crap with a lot of swearing added in to make the teenage Dante seem like he's "badass".


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ejshin
4 years ago#15
SinisterSamurai posted...
Shakespearean.


You do realize that Shakespeare wrote his plays in the same type of English the lower class used and included bawdy humor and vulgar(for the time) references that the upper class wouldn't understand, but gave the common class something to laugh at. The story appeased the higher wrungs of society, while the vulgarity and humor entertained everyone else. Read some Shakespeare and you'll be surprised how many gentital and sex jokes there are hidden in the dialogue.
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DarkSymbiote
4 years ago#16
ejshin posted...
SinisterSamurai posted...
Shakespearean.


You do realize that Shakespeare wrote his plays in the same type of English the lower class used and included bawdy humor and vulgar(for the time) references that the upper class wouldn't understand, but gave the common class something to laugh at. The story appeased the higher wrungs of society, while the vulgarity and humor entertained everyone else. Read some Shakespeare and you'll be surprised how many gentital and sex jokes there are hidden in the dialogue.


Didn't he also steal from Marlowe?
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User Info: ejshin

ejshin
4 years ago#17
DarkSymbiote posted...
ejshin posted...
SinisterSamurai posted...
Shakespearean.


You do realize that Shakespeare wrote his plays in the same type of English the lower class used and included bawdy humor and vulgar(for the time) references that the upper class wouldn't understand, but gave the common class something to laugh at. The story appeased the higher wrungs of society, while the vulgarity and humor entertained everyone else. Read some Shakespeare and you'll be surprised how many gentital and sex jokes there are hidden in the dialogue.


Didn't he also steal from Marlowe?


He was certainly influenced by him, but there is no definitive answer to that rumor.
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User Info: DarkSymbiote

DarkSymbiote
4 years ago#18
ejshin posted...
DarkSymbiote posted...
ejshin posted...
SinisterSamurai posted...
Shakespearean.


You do realize that Shakespeare wrote his plays in the same type of English the lower class used and included bawdy humor and vulgar(for the time) references that the upper class wouldn't understand, but gave the common class something to laugh at. The story appeased the higher wrungs of society, while the vulgarity and humor entertained everyone else. Read some Shakespeare and you'll be surprised how many gentital and sex jokes there are hidden in the dialogue.


Didn't he also steal from Marlowe?


He was certainly influenced by him, but there is no definitive answer to that rumor.


English Honour exams on Monday. :)
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Phantom_Opera_G
4 years ago#19
DarkSymbiote posted...
"You're dumped."

Inspired writing right there.


I find Dino is trying too hard to be Arnie with half is one liners

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User Info: ejshin

ejshin
4 years ago#20
DarkSymbiote posted...
ejshin posted...
DarkSymbiote posted...
ejshin posted...
SinisterSamurai posted...
Shakespearean.


You do realize that Shakespeare wrote his plays in the same type of English the lower class used and included bawdy humor and vulgar(for the time) references that the upper class wouldn't understand, but gave the common class something to laugh at. The story appeased the higher wrungs of society, while the vulgarity and humor entertained everyone else. Read some Shakespeare and you'll be surprised how many gentital and sex jokes there are hidden in the dialogue.


Didn't he also steal from Marlowe?


He was certainly influenced by him, but there is no definitive answer to that rumor.


English Honour exams on Monday. :)


Good luck. I hated those :)
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