Great News for the Late Night Crew!
OrangeJuiceJ***** is back!
He said so himself in a legally-binding post in some other post about a video game or some nonsense.
Also, I prayed to Mollom last night and he appeared before me in a dream. He told me the meaning of life (which I forgot), gave me medical advice (which I also forgot), and then told me to go to the off-topic section and turn it into an exclusive party and to not let somebody named "McDunkin" in. I combed through the list of usernames and couldn't find anybody that went by that name, so you can all come in I guess.
Also, I'm pretty sure that the mods don't have jurisdiction in this forum, so we can finally do this without fear of repercussion:
I guess I got lucky with my comeback posts....
A link to the image? Now that's just lazy.
Anyway, let's talk marketing. We have to get the off-topic forum popular among the other users again. We can use a campaign similar to Reddit's:
You look familiar. Have we met somewhere before?
Only in your moistest of dreams
This LNC come back has disappointed The Powers That Be. They expected it to do big numbers but just didn't go over with the crowd. NCAA prospect threads are whats hot now so The Powers That be and I have decided to push them and the NBA Draft forum for Thread-a-mania.
DaneBoy for past indiscret....indescretio...for past problems you have caused through Youtube videos involving the illegal use of the McDunkin image and also those of a few higher ups in The Powers That Be
Gifs aren't hot anymore so you will now have to click on links to know how I feel about you in a humorous way...I expect the point distribution to continue to be what I deserve.
Its Whats Best For Business
Have you guize been watching this? They got Air Lapras and taught him Surf!
I saw this the other day and the memes being created from it are based god levels if greatness. Here is the story so far http://www.reddit.com/r/twitchplayspokemon/comments/1y94r8/the_history_o... They are literally turning this into a religion.
I actually wrote a short essay a few days ago on how a society was crowd-sourced so quickly through a Pokemon Red stream.