Did we change?

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Re: Did we change?

Post by Velitation » Mon Mar 11, 2013 2:30 am

YZQ wrote:Also, now getting used to dropping into the forums like a bar. Of course, beer has to be self-provided.
Haha, I think that's probably what's going to happen to me soon. Lots of stuff and people on here.

I'll introduce myself as a college grad that is in transistion from coursework to work work.

KS was a bit of a wakeup call for me to get my life balanced again. Need to get back into the exercise routine, get back into music, maybe try some writing, starting a new job... all the good stuff. But then the bad stuff needs to be dealt with too. All in due time.
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Re: Did we change?

Post by Umbra » Mon Mar 11, 2013 3:13 pm

I couldn't say that KS changed my life like it did to other peeps here. But KS taught me an important lesson. That first and foremost, in whatever you are doing, you mustn't be miserable.

It is unhealthy. It sucks away your time and makes everything seem bland. Change and happiness is impossible if you are miserable. It's not even about having a girlfriend, or getting a hobby, or getting of your ass to work out. It's about living a happy life, being content with what you are.

If you can see the ground you're standing on, you can move on :)
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Re: Did we change?

Post by neio » Sun Mar 17, 2013 11:44 am

YZQ wrote:Also, now getting used to dropping into the forums like a bar. Of course, beer has to be self-provided.
That is much more eloquent than the phrase deserves :o
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Re: Did we change?

Post by win746 » Sun Mar 17, 2013 12:15 pm

Umbra wrote:I couldn't say that KS changed my life like it did to other peeps here. But KS taught me an important lesson. That first and foremost, in whatever you are doing, you mustn't be miserable.

It is unhealthy. It sucks away your time and makes everything seem bland. Change and happiness is impossible if you are miserable. It's not even about having a girlfriend, or getting a hobby, or getting of your ass to work out. It's about living a happy life, being content with what you are.

If you can see the ground you're standing on, you can move on :)
I totally agree with you. At first after finishing KS I thought that achieving happiness and content like the story of KS is impossible, but the dream itself is unrealistic. We need to work from where we are, and also be happy with it, because we achieved it AND progressing. That's my lesson I learnt atleast.
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Re: Did we change?

Post by Dream » Tue Mar 19, 2013 10:41 am

Umbra wrote:I couldn't say that KS changed my life like it did to other peeps here. But KS taught me an important lesson. That first and foremost, in whatever you are doing, you mustn't be miserable.

It is unhealthy. It sucks away your time and makes everything seem bland. Change and happiness is impossible if you are miserable. It's not even about having a girlfriend, or getting a hobby, or getting of your ass to work out. It's about living a happy life, being content with what you are.

If you can see the ground you're standing on, you can move on :)
Huh, that's not bad. Good point.
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If it weren't for KS...

Post by ShadeHaven » Fri Mar 22, 2013 2:00 am

...I would've probably never realized how much I enjoy reading, or at least not until a good while later.

Yup, it's another one of these threads.

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Re: If it weren't for KS...

Post by Hans PK » Fri Mar 22, 2013 2:02 am

If it weren't for KS I'd be doing something productive instead of reading fanfics. I lie.

I'd also be pretty depressed, so it balances out.
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Re: If it weren't for KS...

Post by Xanatos » Fri Mar 22, 2013 2:08 am

If it weren't for KS, I wouldn't chuckle at bacon.

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Re: If it weren't for KS...

Post by Umber » Fri Mar 22, 2013 2:12 am

Work ethic would've kept sinking like a stone. If that's what you call Rin trying to swim, or something.

And I would've never gone back to writing again.
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Re: If it weren't for KS...

Post by KeiichiO » Fri Mar 22, 2013 2:18 am

ShadeHaven wrote:...I would've probably never realized how much I enjoy reading, or at least not until a good while later.

Yup, it's another one of these threads.
I'm pretty much right with you there.

KS has opened my mind to so many possibilities in life. I never was the most avid reader in my childhood, but KS has awakened my inner author, and I've developed a passion for reading and writing.

Not trying to make this a, "Thanks 4L studio" thread, but really, a thousand thanks to the developers of KS. They have enlightened my mind more than anyone has ever done before.

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Re: If it weren't for KS...

Post by Auratus » Fri Mar 22, 2013 2:33 am

If it weren't for KS. I would not being here, of course.

If it weren't for KS, I would not being able to write and read English Braille.

If it weren't for KS, I would not understand myself better than it was.

If it weren't for KS, I would not like Rin.

If it weren't for KS, I would not play Higurashi no naku ni and Narcissu

If it weren't for KS, I would still be like "OMG! A normal and a disabled lover! This is what true love means!" which now I dislike that.

If it weren't for KS, I would not use FL Studio.

If it weren't for KS, I would not know your guys.

It it weren't for KS, I would not have dream to change the world.

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Re: If it weren't for KS...

Post by pandaphil » Fri Mar 22, 2013 4:08 am

I wouldn't be trying to write, or have all these feelings.

Would also be a more bitter person. And more reluctant to show my sensitive side.
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Re: If it weren't for KS...

Post by SpecimenSix » Fri Mar 22, 2013 4:20 am

pandaphil wrote:I wouldn't be trying to write, or have all these feelings.

Would also be a more bitter person. And more reluctant to show my sensitive side.
That's actually a very good way to put it. I would without a doubt be much more bitter if it weren't for KS. I would also probably be a lot more depressed like I was not too long ago and less willing to talk to anyone else about my emotions. I wouldn't be reading nearly as much and working on writing either. But most importantly I never would've met anyone here on the forums and made such wonderful friends. :D
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Re: If it weren't for KS...

Post by neio » Fri Mar 22, 2013 5:38 pm

I'd be less open about myself. One theme throughout the game is being open to others, whether it's about your health, past, or interests. Since KS, I've found that it really helps when trying to get to know people if you let them know about you; before, I was very guarded.
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Re: Did we change?

Post by pandaphil » Fri Mar 22, 2013 5:42 pm

Of course theres a downside too. Lately KS has made me realize how sad and lonely I am in my real life.
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