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#101 by assassinator
2012-07-21 at 11:20
Oh yeah 2 years ago I was like fucking retarded and decided it was a good idea to read the spoiler text in this thread (t711).

So how hard did I fuck myself?
#102 by engix
2012-07-21 at 11:37
The true question should be, how the hell do you renember a post 2 years ago?
#103 by assassinator
2012-07-21 at 13:10
Unfortunately it's one of these things that once you know, you won't forget.
#104 by herki
2012-07-21 at 19:20
Sounds like a symptom of autism.
#105 by playn1990
2012-07-21 at 21:32
Thought it was pretty normal o.O, have that too. Happens with books
sometimes, when i'm looking for good stories and read the title with a good rating,
read the foreword and then it just comes back.
Oh thats the book where that and that happens at the end >.>Last modified on 2012-07-21 at 21:33
#106 by engix
2012-07-21 at 22:33
Thats a book, which is no way comparable to 1 line.
#107 by horseband
2012-07-22 at 00:04
@engix

I don't understand what you are trying to say... Both are talking about being spoiled in the past and then still remembering it in the future. Playn is simply talking about an actual book, while assassinator is talking about a visual novel. The only difference being the method of reading/visuals.

Edit: I think I figured out what you meant. You seem to have interpreted Playn's post as him saying he is remembering a book he previously read in the past, while I am interpreting it as he simply read a spoiler for it and forgets about it until he is reminded of the book's existence.

I also remember spoilers way too well... Even if I think I forgot, once I start reading the book/watching the movie/whatever I'll remember it. On the other hand I'll forget important things >_<Last modified on 2012-07-22 at 00:18
#108 by engix
2012-07-22 at 00:42
Edit: I think I figured out what you meant. You seem to have interpreted Playn's post as him saying he is remembering a book he previously read in the past, while I am interpreting it as he simply read a spoiler for it and forgets about it until he is reminded of the book's existence.
Thats basically it.
#109 by playn1990
2012-07-22 at 01:22
Yeah that's what i meant ;) i just cant read a book with a massive spoiler like maincharacter death or something, really turns me off
I usually dont comment on forums, and certainly not in english.
But well i have to start some day;)Last modified on 2012-07-22 at 01:28
#110 by assassinator
2012-07-22 at 02:55
Sounds like a symptom of autism.

So having non-shitty memory is autism. Ok, have fun with your shitty memory I guess.


But lets stop talking about this. It's a pretty pointless question to start off with, born from nothing more than simple curiosity. If someone felt like satisfying my curiosity, then great, but in the end, knowing the answer isn't going to change anything.Last modified on 2012-07-22 at 03:00
#111 by herki
2012-07-22 at 03:49
More like obsessing over a spoiler that you heard two years ago that you don't even know if it's true or not or how big of a spoiler it is.
#112 by assassinator
2012-07-22 at 04:11
that you don't even know if it's true

Well, I simply assumed it's true. If he was actually trolling then ok I fell for it hook line and sinker.

or not or how big of a spoiler it is.

Sort of why I asked the question in the first place. But yeah ok, point taken.
#113 by herki
2012-07-22 at 05:51
Ignoring it is probably the best idea.
#114 by zippancs
2012-08-03 at 00:03
I would just like to express my gratitude and thanks for moogy and the rest of the translators/staff for working on a quality translation and trying their best to provide for us, the people lacking in Japanese.

Thank You, it is much appreciated!!
#115 by herki
2012-08-03 at 01:58
I wish Moogy would actually work on this instead of just delaying it :(
#116 by vvav
2012-08-03 at 20:13
Thank Moogy for those wonderful lines he did for us. All 100 of them.
#117 by herki
2012-08-03 at 21:51
He will save Subahibi. Believe.
#118 by bminorkey
2012-08-07 at 15:52
@a: It's a pretty minor spoiler. Well, depending on how much you think about it. Try not to do that. (e- on second reading it's several spoilers in one and one of them is kind of gigantic).

Also Subahibi's best part is its latter arcs where you don't need to worry about being spoiled so don't worry about it. Unless you like mindscrew-mysteries I guess but I didn't care for that aspect of it so much (but I'm possibly biased since I'm pretty sure my mind is a carbon copy of SCA-JI's and nothing in the plot ever surprised me beyond making me go "OH YES HE DID JUST WHAT I WANTED AND MORE" like a squealing aborted fetus of a fangirl I swear if my actual writing/storytelling skills were on par with SCA-JI's and I was azn I would've written Subahibi, seriously giving this game a 10/10 is like jerking myself off).Last modified on 2012-08-07 at 16:01

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