Introducing myself...badly.

Discussion in 'THREAD ARCHIVES' started by VengefulPeanut, Oct 13, 2014.

  1. Because I am terrible at talking about myself I shall be boring and defer to the de facto sticky note. Here it goes *cracks fingers*

    What do you prefer to be called?

    Call me Peanut, VengefulPeanut or Brandon - whichever suits you the most.

    Boy, girl or a mystery?

    Boy...or am I? That is quite a mystery indeed.

    How old are you?


    Are you new to the site but not to roleplaying?

    Indeed! I've been roleplaying on Dark Creations and Fiction Press for quite a long time. I've also played a little 5e Dungeons and Dragons.

    Do you like group roleplays or just a single partner?

    I like group roleplays. Having a diverse palette of personalities and characters is always my favourite aspect of an RP.

    On a rainy day do you like jumping in puddles, or curling up on the sofa?

    Why not both?

    SING IT OUT LOUD! What song is tormenting your mind?

    I'm just a teenage dirtbag baby!
    #1 VengefulPeanut, Oct 13, 2014
    Last edited: Oct 13, 2014
  2. Once again, yet another person uses the "Both" card!
    Welcome to Iwaku, friend. Enjoy jumping in puddles whilst curling up on the sofa.
  3. Heya! I am Hiroki Shoma *bows kindly* welcome to Iwaku where Insanity has no limits. *laughs evily then clears throat giving you a golden card with my name and information on it. * if you want to Roleplay or just simply be friends, let me know. tumblr_n0b23eT5oQ1tpbdojo1_500.gif
  4. Howdy Peanut Brandon! Welcome to uuuus! :D
  5. Who's to say I was meaning to do them at the same time. ;) Surely the wise thing to do would be to do them sequentially.

    To everyone else, thanks for the warm welcome. :) Douzo yoroshiku onegaishimasu!
  6. Doitashimashite! or Dou itashimashite! I dunno the romaji for it >.< Anyways you're welcomed here!... As long as you don't call me admiral... Enjoy jumping in puddles OR curling up on the sofa then!
  7. You were right the second time ^^ No need for the space though. The 'u' serves to lengthen the 'o' sound. Arigatou Ser K-san.

    (I shall stop with the Japanese now)