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accursedCursive

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  1. Corrupt-a-Wish Foundation: Be Careful What You Wish For

    Wish granted, you're trapped at work. I wish I knew what to do with the 20 buttons on my mouse.
  2. Anime & Manga

    Meanwhile, English imageboards obsess over Nichijou. I suppose the talent of the creators was culturally misplaced.
  3. Furry/animal Tf Games ?

    Those are some pretty spectacular levels of tentacle rape.
  4. Corrupt-a-Wish Foundation: Be Careful What You Wish For

    It turns out the only reason we don't bite is because we can't through the internet (Hypnosis fun aside). I wish for all humans to be fun-sized.
  5. How did you come up with your fursona?

    Based it off a single Roblox item. Yup.
  6. Corrupt-a-Wish Foundation: Be Careful What You Wish For

    You freeze in the arctic, and the fox eats your corpse. Oregon trail: Way outside Oregon edition. "My greatest wish is a world without Jews"
  7. Species?

    A dolphin? I'm glad my holidays just started, I want to try fire up file production here again. Well, I bet either Haxsaw or ViVe has you covered on the horse bit, the perveted neckbeards.
  8. Corrupt-a-Wish Foundation: Be Careful What You Wish For

    We're out of anesthetic. I wish planets orbited our sun like electrons orbit a nucleus.
  9. Furry/animal Tf Games ?

    I think "adult in nature" is an understatement for CoC, I've heard the backstory of it. How many different ways can tentacle rape occur?
  10. The analytical mind

    For a while, less and less as you make progress, focus on not having thoughts during trance and listening to the file. While this focus would obviously cause problems, done for long enough you should automaticaly end up quelling your thoughts and paying attention.
  11. What is a tulpa? [CURIOSITY]

    It isn't hypocritical, it's reasonable. Tulpas are perfectly realistic; schizophrenia makes tulpas look mundane. Egregores imply extremely high-level telepathy, and nobody's having any luck proving even low-level telepathy.
  12. What is a tulpa? [CURIOSITY]

    He is referring to the concept of an egregore. Egregores are not real.
  13. What is a tulpa? [CURIOSITY]

    Discussing tulpas in specifically purposed locations could have risks. In such locations there would be many frameworks for understanding and working with tulpas, and to use methods from multiple frameworks may have odd results.
  14. What is a tulpa? [CURIOSITY]

    *cough cough* I consider myself a level of support; I've done some research and experimentation, so I can suggest numerous safety protocols.
  15. What is a tulpa? [CURIOSITY]

    The usefulness of a permanent link to one's subconcious cannot be understated; while the technique of using tulpas is often risky because most have little understanding of what-leads-to-what, it can solve issues far more easily and with far less limits than psychiatry if it goes right.
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