Anto and Jotin Have an Extranet Misadventure
-PurpleSalarian has signed in-
PurpleSalarian: Anto, are you there? I think my copy of galaxy of fantasy is broken.
Antonator: What? Did you get an error message or something?
PurpleSalarian: I don't know. I tried to sign in, but it says the account is already in use.
PurpleSalarian: I forgot to turn off my game last night, maybe the computer took over..
Antonator: I don't think it can do that, Jotin.
Antonator: I'm not sure what that could mean. It's probably just a glitch that will go away.
PurpleSalarian: Okay. Its might be that admin on the server.
PurpleSalarian: He probably is getting my character configured like he promised.
Antonator: Jotin... you didn't
Antonator: You gave your account information away?
PurpleSalarian: My what?
Antonator: Um, your password and stuff.
PurpleSalarian: Oh, its BlAsToRoCkSs
PurpleSalarian: That, right?
Antonator: It's your password Jotin!
Antonator: I'm not supposed to know it
Antonator: no one is!
PurpleSalarian: I couldn't sign
Why I Thumb My Nose at Shipping"[W]hy do you hate "shipping?" What makes it so uncreative?"Why I Thumb My Nose at Shipping3 years ago in Art Features More Like This
This question was put to me in a recent thread in the devART literature forums. I wrote a rather comprehensive answer to that question, and now for the sake of posterity I am posting it in a journal to save myself the hassle of writing it over and over again. The next time this subject comes up, answering will be as easy and linking them here:
While it's one thing to build on the Ship Teases of the original writers (I get just as frustrated by Will They or Won't They? moments as anyone else, and I can see where someone might want to pick up where they think a writer let them down), it's another matter all together to just slap two random characters together because you think they look "hot together."
Love is an extremely personal thing. You can't just fall in love with anyone. A