Life hack: ask their name, then, when they reply with their first name say you meant their last name. Then, if they don't believe you, kill them and dispose of anything that could link you to them.
@Sethodactyl, hey that's not a bad- oh wait...
@Sethodactyl, well that escalated quickly
@Sethodactyl, My name is SuddenPlottwist, and I approve of this plot twist
Hello community! I have some very sad news. You might have seen it on the news earlier, but my aunt's Friend's son(weird connection but keep reading)in Nutley,NJ was shot by a jihadist yesterday in his car. He was about to go back to his first year of college when someone came up to his parked car and shot him. Their family is devastated and so my aunt. Now everyone, I'm not trying to get attention or anything like that,but I just want to ask you treasure every moment of your life because you'll never know when it might end. Also, always be alert of your surrounding no matter where you are, even the safest community can have something bad in store. Finally, if you are the praying type, please keep him in your prayers. Thank you everyone and have a great day.
@kermits fingers, not to take away from the murder, but as a Muslim I feel I should say that Jihad means struggle and is in no way related to killing people because they don't agree with you. For example, an internal jihad is the struggle within, trying to be a good person. I wish you and everyone affected by his death the best. What was his name, I don't want to be offensive and not include his name in saying for him to rest in piece.
@Sethodactyl, thank you. We always learned that Jihad meant "holy-war", but I never felt comfortable with that description. It didn't seem right. So, thank you for enlightening me. I am a Christian and have nothing against Muslims/Islamics (not sure which is the correct term). What I do know is I've met a fair number of Sikhs, a denomination of Islam I believe, and they are easily the nicest group of people I've ever met. But with every religion, race, culture, etc. there are bound to be extremists. And the dad thing is, the extremists tend to be the ones who are "news worthy." And that just give a bad name to the entire group. I understand focusing on the problem so it can be rectified, but the news makes it out to seem like the extremist are the majority, and they are far from it. I have no real point to this other than to say thank you for the knowledge and even though the extremists from our religions have it out for each other, I do not consider myself part of that.....
You seem like quite a good person. And you are rather hilarious as well. So, once again, thank you. I hope your day goes well, and your weekend even better. And @kermits fingers, my heart and condolences go out to you all. You will be in my prayers. I wish you all safety and may things take a turn for the better.
@AraragiKoyomi, a lot of religions share ideas, because they're all meant to improve you as a person. Judaism, Christianity and Islam have the most in common as they are all Abrahamic (or something like that) religions. Sikhism and Bhuddism are closely related. Hinduism also has similar qualities to Bhuddism and Sikhism. H, B, and S all believe in Karma, I think. J, C and I believe in the same god, a heaven and a hell.
@AraragiKoyomi, I do think of myself as rather hilarious... Jk man. You seem understanding, and informed, which is all you can really reasonably ask from someone. *Borat voice* have nice day
@AraragiKoyomi, Except Sikhism isn't even close to being related to Islam...
It's just the worst forgetting someone's name
@spongar141 , And then you can't work up the guts to tell them, so every time you call them, you just kind of point to them."Hey! Um... You...Yeah, you, green shirt. No, the other guy! Hey! Person! Person!!" and they don't turn around until other people tell them that you want to talk to them...
@Saphire, especially when you just meet them yesterday
@spongar141 , And they don't remember your name either but niether of you wants to ask for fear of awkwardness...
@spongar141 , pro-tip, when you first meet someone tell them you'll probably forget their name but that you'll remember their face. Total disclaimer and it makes it so you can just ask later.
@Saphire, then if it's a dude you find yourself calling him "chief" or "sarge" or something like that...
@Near521, you the real MVP
12 September 2014 #12September2014
This isn't related to the picture, but I was wondering... Can someone give me an honest opinion of Destiny based on its single player, multiplayer, etc...? This would be very helpful.
@Led Beatles, Multiplayer's pretty much standard Halo style so if you like that it's good. The game itself like the internals, the graphics, and gameplay are amazing. My issue is the story. It's just not easy to follow and makes little sense. That said, it's still a roaring good time. I'd say buy it cause it's a 9/10.
@Led Beatles, its a great game definitely get it. The single player and multiplayer are pretty much the same except for the PvP. Its really challenging so if you play on hard make sure you have friends that are a higher level than you. 9.5/10
@Led Beatles, fvcking epic
@Led Beatles, its a cross between halo and borderlands. The multiplayer is awesome, but a bit on the tough side if you haven't spent some time in the campaign. The campaign is pretty cool, unique-ish story line. 3 classes of characters to choose from, and they are completely customizable. If you liked halo, and borderlands then you will love this! Btw the voice for your "ghost" is the Imp from game of thrones :) #Tmyk
@HK47, Your review helped me as well! Except for multiplayer being Halo style... I've always been on PlayStation...
@HK47, thanks, this was helpful.
One time, i was in study hall, and this really cute guy was waving at me. I waved back and he really rudely replied, "I'm not waving at you!" He was waving at this other girl.