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Yeah, you can probably understand.IdleGamesRock said:
If you have ideas, PM me about it. This roleplay is somewhat inspired by a dream I had, along with Homestuck (sort of), so I pretty much have a base idea. Try and compact your posts, though, because nobody likes a TL;DR (unless they like reading). Actually, now that I think about it, a lot of people like reading, so technically TL;DRs can sometimes be cool. How long does something even have to be for it to even be considered "TL;DR?" TL;DR must vary from person to person, because everyone has a different patience level. If a text is long enough, it will be praised for the effort, and possibly even put into an almanac or other reference/record book, but most will not dare to read it. The way to not have a text appear so daunting is to grasp the reader with unique words and fluent text. Though some say not to judge a book by its cover, most do, so we must be very careful throughout the entire thing. Now, some will call anything "too long." These people are impatient. Patience can be a somewhat useful skill, because being patient will not only make you appear more mature, but also allow you to read such texts as War & Peace, Webster's New World Dictionary, and the copyright warning for a certain brand of shoes. All of the listed examples were written by geniuses who not only targeted their work at patient audiences, but were patient themselves. Also, it is a very good idea to put line breaks in between your text, to make it seem organized. Organized text is very good, because one can hop in, grab some information, and leave, but also (usually) including you in a bibliography. This will cause some to become interested in your material, and you could potentially be awarded a driver's license, which you can sell on eBay. That is how most authors make money. Also, stylizing your text with things such as italics,bold, and
spoilerswill immerse your readers, so that your book can be famous. That will allow you to collect more driver's licenses. However, since the Jester King killed the president, he has outlawed the use of cars, making the only use of driver's licenses being to store money more efficiently. The Jester King has also outlawed whipped cream, causing some to turn into robo-monkeys, which the Jester King has conveniently stored across the streetlights. Also, with all the Kyubeys walking around, people are losing their souls twice as fast. Because of this, most people have decided to take up the hobby of writing. Others have become critics. 50% of critics call everything TL;DR. 25% live on FanFiction.net. 12.5% try to criticize professional works. 6.25% criticize critcs, while 3.125% are genuine critics. The rest like warm hugs. Though many robot overlords have tried to kill the Jester King, his bad jokes have given many people heart attacks. The problem is, this sometimes affects doctors, too. That is why the Jester King is evil. At least he hasn't outlawed free will yet, so he's sort of Lawful Good, or, on the waffle scale, incandescent. Though most people are now robo-monkeys, I have decided to become human. I used to be a Bulbasaur. However, stop writing your story using my awesome tips. Scratch the whole thing. Now, rewrite it. No, not in English, you robo-monkey! In Esperanto! Not the famous one, I mean Esperanto-ish. It is much more efficient. It is an isolang, so your word count will increase to nearly 1,000 by trying to express the most basic ideas! Also, it only consists of three words: Bob, Bôb, and Böb. Also, there is the semi-pronoun assistive functioner Bøb. Bob is a verb correlator, Bôb is a rewrite protocol, and Böb is a stack overflow error. Here is a sample text describing someone's opinion.
Bøb Bob Bøb Böb Extinguisher Bob.
"He is mean, he created a nuclear bomb and was named Extinguisher."
See how long it took to say that? Now, I end my rant here, because we have a roleplay to play.