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There's a storm in my teacup!

Well, in my dollar store mug.

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Another interesting read!
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Welcome to my world.

Three cheers for being non-productive! Woo! Woo! Woo!


Pardon my bad spelling. XD
Funny you used the Specter icon for that, though. In RPs, Specter's the one who corrects our spelling.

Woo! Join the party!

My nothing-noteworthy-doing involved playing Brave Fencer Musashi!

Ooh, well done!

Meh, I still want that Yoshimitsu wav of him saying "Well done!"

When I read or hear "well done", I think of the river spirit saying that in Spirited Away...

You need to hear Yoshimitsu's interpretation of it.

Did you ever see the older, inferior Ghostbusters cartoon? It had some skeleton-madman for a bad guy, called Prime Evil? Yoshimitsu sounds like he used to.

I bet you don't remember that version of Ghostbusters, though. I sure wish I didn't.

I don't think I've seen that. The thing is, I remember two versions, but it was the earlier one which was superior. The later one was a product of the 90's and had a female Ghostbuster or something. The one before that had the cool theme song and a Peter who was voiced by the same guy who does the transforming thing from "Twice Upon A Time" and that big blue Gummi Bear. Also, an episode in which they fight Cthulhu. Was there something that preceeded that version?

Now that I think about it, maybe that's why the superior version was called "The REAL Ghostbusters" -- to distinguish it from the previous version.

Oh, man. Best mini-game involving a high-speed minecart ride past mutant flying ants ever.

There are three versions. The very original; do a Google search for Filmation Ghostbusters for information on it. Then 'The Real Ghostbusters' was made, and this was the one that did very well. This was followed by 'The Extreme Ghostbusters' in the 90s, which featured some guy in a wheelchair and some goth girl, and that's about all I recall of that version.

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