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  1. Post A Ecchi Pic a Day thread

    I love Halloween...
  2. Post a meme a day thread

    Also, @Bothan1138:
  3. Don't remember exactly how old I was, but I know it came hand in hand with puberty for me.
  4. Post-Apocalyptic Interactive

    This one was really late. Fucking exams, man. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- “More income would be beneficial,” Eve admitted. “Let’s go.” Anne shoved her crowbar under the door’s barricade and slowly pried it off. She pushed the door open, revealing a long corridor no more than three feet wide. A horde of zombies, packed so tightly that they were almost single file, filled the corridor as far as the eye could see. The undead let out a blood-curdling howl and charged towards the mercenaries. Realizing that they were seconds away from being devoured, Eve quickly pulled out her railgun and fired. There was a burst of heat and light as the electromagnetically-powered projectile literally tore through the crowd of zombies before embedding itself in the back wall. The corridor was so narrow that barely any of the zombies were left standing, and headshots from Eve’s companions quickly sorted that out. There wasn’t a sound as the mercs caught their breath and stared down the corridor, now strewn with the charred remains of the undead. “Holy shit!” Anne’s voice finally broke the silence. “You should use that thing more often!” “It’s destructive capabilities are unmatched, but there are some drawbacks,” said Eve, deconstructing the still smoking gun. “It is unwieldy in tight spaces, has a lengthy cooldown period between shots and can easily cause collateral damage.” “Still,” said Miller, “you sure saved our asses with that thing.” Eve blushed. “Think nothing of it. Now come; let’s get what we came here for.” The formerly pristine white walls of the surgery room were stained with dried blood. The electricity was long dead, but light streamed in through broken skylights. “Spread out,” Miller ordered, “and grab as much as you can carry.” Eve opened the nearest medicine cabinet and examined its contents. Various pharmaceutical drugs were strewn across the racks; painkillers, antibiotics, stimulants and a few anesthetics. Eve was disappointed that there weren’t any zombification antidotes, those would have brought in some serious money. “Hey,” called Anne, “they got blood samples in the next room. Should we grab ‘em?” “As long as they’re still fresh,” Miller replied, opening the door. It all seemed to happen in an instant. The zombie must have been hiding right behind the door. The instant it laid eyes on Miller it lunged straight for him, teeth gnashing. Years of combat had given Miller incredibly sharp reflexes, but there was no room for him to properly defend himself. Eve watched in horror as the zombie sank its fangs into Miller’s right shoulder. He drew his knife and stabbed it through the brain, but the damage had already been done. “Shit!” cried David. “What are we gonna do now?” “We must remain calm,” said Eve, though she was struggling to do so herself. “These medicinal supplies should fetch enough money to buy us an antidote.” Their arms loaded with drugs, the mercs hurried back to the jeep. Miller grimaced and clutched the wound on his shoulder. “This arm’s already goin’ numb,” he announced grimly. “Eve, can you drive?” “I-I guess,” Eve replied quietly, climbing into the driver’s seat and putting the jeep into gear. Sweat dripped down Eve’s forehead as they sped off across the desert. The antidote would have to be administered within a few hours or it would be too late. Miller groaned, sweating even more than Eve. The symptoms of the zombie bite were already presenting themselves; Eve knew them well. First the bitten area went numb, then the victims came down with a severe rising fever which killed them within hours. Mere minutes later, they returned from the dead as a flesh-eating zombie. No matter how hard Eve tried to suppress them, panicked doubts raced through her head. What if we don’t make it in time? I’m not quite sure how far we are from the safe zone. What if Miller di- NO! Don’t think like that! We will pull through. We always do… right? From beside her, Miller vomited out of the jeep. His fever was clearly getting worse. Eve pressed her foot down on the gas pedal, but the jeep was already going at top speed. There was nothing she could do but desperately scan the horizon for any signs of civilization. By the time the safe zone came into view, the sun was lying low on the horizon. “S-stop… there,” croaked Miller with obvious effort, pointing to a small shack on the side of the road. “Our client’s… there.” Eve recognized the place; it belonged to Dr. Hayes, an old friend of David’s. Eve pulled up beside the hut and grabbed as many drugs as she could carry, with Anne and David doing the same. “W-wait,” rasped Miller, his voice barely audible now. “Anne… you stay here. If I turn… sh-shoot me…” Anne gasped in horror. “Miller, I can’t-” “Do it! That’s… an order…” Hearing this, Eve began to seriously panic. Miller couldn’t die, he couldn’t! Desperately, she and David rushed into the shack and down the stairs to Dr. Hayes’ underground lab. The doctor, a stout grandmotherly woman, was leaned over an operating table dissecting a cadaver. She smiled when she noticed them. “Ah, David. I take it you have the-” “No time!” Eve interrupted. “Need antidote! Now!” Luckily, Dr. Hayes immediately understood the seriousness of the situation. She handed Eve a syringe filled with the antidote and the mercenary ran outside, praying she was in time. When Eve reached the jeep, she found Miller barely clinging to consciousness. Wasting no time, she plunged the syringe into his jugular. For one horrible moment, there was nothing but silence. Then, Miller let out a loud cough. Putting her hand on his forehead, Eve could feel his temperature already returning to normal. Tears of relief welling in her eyes, she impulsively threw her arms around him. “Easy there,” said Miller, “I’m still not feeling great.” “I thought you were-” Miller chuckled weakly. “No way. You ain’t gettin’ rid of me that easy.” Wiping her eyes, Eve saw David and Dr. Hayes heading out of the shack. “Thank god, he’s okay,” David sighed in relief. “Glad to see that my antidote worked,” said Dr. Hayes. “He should be back to normal by morning. Now, let me get your payment. I’m afraid I’ll have to deduct some for the antidote.” “Are you kidding me?” cried Anne. “I’m sorry, dear, but this business isn’t cheap. Maybe I can make it up to you some other way. Tell you what, it’s well past time for dinner and you probably haven’t eaten. I can cook something up and you folks are welcome to stay here for the night. What do you say?” Should they take Dr. Hayes up on her offer? >Yes, they could use the food and rest >No, they should get back to town
  5. Post A Ecchi Pic a Day thread

    All hail Akairiot!
  6. Post A Ecchi Pic a Day thread

    I'd sell my eternal soul. But Marina's got competition in the aquatic waifu contest...
  7. I'm not entirely sure why I'm posting this, other than the fact that I'm curious. I've seen a fair few gamers on here so let me ask, what are some of the hardest bosses you've beaten and why? I'll give some to start us off. Bear in mind that this is personal opinion. Eely-Mouth (Super Mario Sunshine) Some people bash Sunshine, but I've always had a soft spot for it. That said, the underwater controls were terrible, therefore an underwater boss was quite frustrating. For this fight, you had to clean the eel's teeth while trying not to drown or get swallowed, with the controls making it easier said than done. I was young when I fought this boss and he's not so bad now, but he was the first boss to really frustrate me. He had to be here for nostalgia's sake. Monsoon (Metal Gear Rising: Revengance) This guy was a royal pain in the ass for many reasons. For starters, he has a five-hit combo that's so fast that it's pretty much impossible to parry every blow. His other attacks are also really quick and do a huge amount of damage. He can detach his hands to attack from multiple directions at once. To top it all off, he has a phase of invincibility that goes on for an infuriatingly long time (unless you can hit him with a grenade). Finally slashing him to pieces was beyond satisfying. Senator Armstrong (same game) Not much to say here. He's not as annoying as Monsoon, but he hits hard and fast and has 200% HP. That said, he's also one of the greatest final bosses I've ever fought, so I can't really complain. Master Core (Super Smash Bros for Wii U) To be fair, this one's optional; you only face it on higher difficulties. If you do, however, you're up against a boss with up to four distinct phases, each with attacks that do an insane amount of damage. And you have only two stock. If you're playing on the highest difficulty on the Wii U version, you then have to face Master Fortress, a brutal gauntlet filled with enemies and acid pits that insta-kill you if your damage is high enough. Lynel (LoZ: Breath of the Wild) Okay, he's not technically a boss, but the one on Ploymus Mountain killed me more than any of the real bosses. The issue with this guy is how early you potentially face him. The toughest enemies up to this point had a few hundred HP, the Lynel had 2000 HP. Plus, pretty much all of his wide array of attacks were insta-kills. You can try to sneak past him, but he's incredibly perceptive and ca easily spot you. I ended up beating him through trial and error, with plenty of Perfect Dodges. The gear I got from him and the satisfaction were both worth it. Calamity Ganon in Master Mode (same game) In normal mode, this final boss is moderately challenging. In master mode, he's incredibly difficult for one reason: enemies regain health over time if you aren't hurting them. Calamity Ganon becomes invincible for very long periods of time, so he was undoing nearly all the damage I had inflicted, dragging out the fight. I was finally able to beat him by stunning him with Urbosa's Fury for free hits, but even then it took forever So those are my hardest bosses. What are yours? Did any of them appear on my list? Let me know!
  8. Post A Ecchi Pic a Day thread

    Well, there's this by the game's artist Yoji Shinkawa. Also, I'd say it was Stockholm Syndrome. Otacon's got issues.
  9. Raw Film Scene

    You're welcome!
  10. Overwatch Omorashi?

    That's because it's mostlyodourless, not mostlydourless. Anyway, here's the link. https://mostlyodourless.tumblr.com
  11. The "Post One Song a Day" thread

    Answer: very.
  12. Raw Film Scene

    Afraid not, that's just what I heard. Plus, it's probably in French and I don't speak French.
  13. Raw Film Scene

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    In this scene from the French film Raw, a college student (Ella Rumpf) unsuccessfully tries to teach her sister (Garance Marillier) how to pee standing up. It looks like the actresses peed for real, and apparently Rumpf confirmed this in an interview.

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  14. Raw Film Scene View File In this scene from the French film Raw, a college student (Ella Rumpf) unsuccessfully tries to teach her sister (Garance Marillier) how to pee standing up. It looks like the actresses peed for real, and apparently Rumpf confirmed this in an interview. Submitter PPP Submitted 09/22/2017 Category Peeing