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    [–] Compared to everyone else your age, what life skill are you probably in the bottom 10% of? realchildofhell 1 points ago in AskReddit

    Skating of any kind. I have been trying my whole life and at 29 I still fall the fuck down like a newborn giraffe every time.

    [–] KORG VOLCA MODULAR!!!!!! realchildofhell 9 points ago * (lasted edited 8 days ago) in synthesizers


    [–] What’s a very common thing that you just cannot relate to? realchildofhell 6 points ago * (lasted edited 25 days ago) in AskReddit

    Your husband needs to learn self control because that is inconsiderate as fuck.

    edit: so you people downvoting me, you think it's okay to just eat all of something and leave nothing left for your partner especially when you know it's something they like?

    [–] Which Books Do You Consider A Perfect 10/10? realchildofhell 1 points ago in books

    I love the surreal imagery of the magician and his demon cohorts, the open critique of soviet literary society, and the meta-narrative of the Pontius Pilate arc. The whole book is just well constructed and it hits all the marks that I look for in fiction. The historical context is really interesting, especially since the book was written in secret by Stalin's favorite playwright and wasn't published until decades after his death. Maybe it's just not your type of book.

    [–] Stardew Valley creator puts his new game on hold to make more Stardew Valley realchildofhell 19 points ago in pcgaming

    It's a slice of life, farm-sim RPG with some classic top-down Zelda dungeon crawling mixed in. You can romance certain characters, arrange your farm however you like, and go explore the areas around town. The music is also wonderful. If you want a relaxing game with tons of replay value then give Stardew Valley a try.

    [–] What was the worst live performance you've ever seen? realchildofhell 1 points ago in AskReddit

    Flock of Seagulls at the Georgia State Fair. The state fair itself is a sad conglomeration of those mall parking lot carnivals run by methheads, but good god the show was somehow even worse. The stage lost power like 3 times with a longer turn around each time. The sound guy kept wandering off so they'd be frantically gesturing to an unmanned mixer while a microphone just continued to feedback. The bassist was super into it and would get like 5 people in the front row to start clapping in beat while the singer just side-eyed him. What a shitshow.

    [–] Which Books Do You Consider A Perfect 10/10? realchildofhell 2 points ago in books

    I have to stop myself from buying so many copies whenever I found another cover. My tattoo is from #8 on this list.

    [–] Which Books Do You Consider A Perfect 10/10? realchildofhell 68 points ago in books

    Master and Margarita is brilliant. I got a tattoo of Behemoth.

    [–] The Economy Killed Millennials, Not Vice Versa realchildofhell 17 points ago in lostgeneration

    By joining the military and facing the possibility of active deployment to a war zone?

    [–] My Grandfather and His Bass Guitar, 1967 realchildofhell 3 points ago in OldSchoolCool

    What does a stripper do with her asshole before work?

    Drops him off at band practice.

    [–] Decent realchildofhell 13 points ago in reddeadredemption

    The Big Dirty

    [–] Need to stop. 37 yr old female realchildofhell 9 points ago in stopdrinking

    We quit the same day! High five!

    [–] Very Distant Lands, Part 9 (4/4): "As an Everlasting Dream" realchildofhell 1 points ago in u_magusmirificus

    Excellent! Couldn't have said it better. Thanks for all your thoughts, it's been a real treat to read. Ooo will live on in the hearts of everyone inspired by it. Happy Birthday!

    [–] "Very Distant Lands" part 9 will be up later today. realchildofhell 1 points ago in adventuretime

    Looking forward to it! I've been listening to Lake's original Christmas Island song basically on repeat since it all ended. Thanks for your thoughts friend.

    [–] What was the funkiest house or apartment you lived in at some point, and what were some of it's strangest or most memorable features? realchildofhell 1 points ago in AskReddit

    I lived in a big old haunted house on the south side of Atlanta for 3 years. That place should've been condemned. It had a rickety wrap-around porch, leaks galore when it rained, and lots of critters under the house and in the walls. The bathroom had this outrageous clawfoot tub and a chain-pull toilet. There was a ghost that would slam the front door pretty frequently and whistle a jaunty tune. One day this family knocked on the door and said their grandfather used to live there and even died in the house. They just wanted to take come clippings from the old garden and visit the old place before they moved. I asked if he ever slammed the door and whistled on his way out and they said he did every day. Thanks for letting me crash at your pad, Grandpa Joe.