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61  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: Tales of PlayStation(s) revealed on: January 04, 2015, 03:38:44 AM
Thanks for the prudent reply Annubis :)

That is actually good to know because I really tend to whore out my favorite techs in Tales games. Then again its been far longer than I can remember since I indulged an "old school" Tales title, so my approach may be different, but in the last few games my favorite techs usage were well into the hundreds and thousands while others never broke double digits.

I must add, I think I spoke too soon. Now at the days end, I realize it may be a bit too soon to kick off Eternia being that I have Shadow of Mordor going. Shadow of Mordor may not scratch my JRPG itch but it certainly has enough narrative and lore to keep me involved for the moment. I have a funny feeling if I start Eternia tonite/too soonish I may never look at Mordor again.

62  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: Tales of PlayStation(s) revealed on: January 03, 2015, 10:01:00 PM
Ok, big "Tales of" night ahead of me. Serious decisions need to be made.

Gonna start either Eternia, Phantasia or Heart R in the very near future. I cannot contain my excitement as I am leaning heavily toward Eternia.

Any relevant input before I take the plunge and jump into Eternia head-first?

@ DICE/ This ^ decision is the result of your keeping me looking forward to finally getting to Eternia for something in the realm of 3 years now. LoL
63  Media / Game Journals / Re: A Game Journal Reborn on: January 03, 2015, 09:51:45 PM
I'm usually pretty bad on my follow through of multiple runs of a game even with the new content offered but I'm pretty excited to get to it with Muramasa. More so now with the info you offered up. The real cool thing about Muramasa, which is what I liked about odin sphere's narrative structure as well, is the way they TOTALLY let you know your only catching a glimpse of the big picture from one angle with each characters chapter/arc. In other words, both games clearly demand you play multiple characters to grasp the story they are telling. This is a way more compelling approach to multiple plays of a game then say, something like your standard new game + with a special ending, or even the likes of Tales of Xillia that offers up a different MC without much differential in terms of content. Some may argue that places a superficial hurtle or barrier to the full story where I feel it almost a necessary approach to take the monotony out of the repetition.
Eh the primary two storylines in Muramasa are not too closely tied together. Or at least no where near how closely tied together Odin Sphere. There is a connection between the storylines, but it is just sort of there and doesn't really impact much until you do Ending 2. Some of the DLC do a good job of touching on elements of the plots from the two primary stories. The way I view the stories in Muramasa is that they were written as though they were folktales with some attributes that fit with being folktales. So Kisuke and Momohime are written in such a way that it seems to me that they were originally supposed to be two separate stories that over the generations were loosely connected due to their similar subject matter and time period. Ending 1 for the two stories is how both ended in their original version. Ending 2 for both is an alternate ending that developed as people telling the stories decided to connect them closer together. Ending 3 for both meanwhile is the revisionist ending (in more ways than one) where the morality tale aspect of both stories are lost in exchange for a better ending.

The DLC is a little bit less consistent in terms of which endings are probably the original and which ones are the modified versions. For example DLC 1, I would probably put ending 2 as the original, but DLC 3 I would put Ending 1 as the original....not really sure which ending for DLCs 2 and 3 I would put as likely being the intended original. I could see both going either way.

That makes it sound all the more appealing to me.  It is that loose connection I appreciate. I don't want to have to connect too many dots between story arcs to appreciate it. What I was sort of saying is how I enjoy when multiple runs of a game give you access to entirely different narrative content. Essentially I have no drive to play stuff over for something as meager as a slightly branching path, an alternate ending, a couple cool new weapons, et cetera. Odin Sphere, and it seems Muramasa, may have you visiting the same locals and fighting the same enemies but that is where the similarity ends. I think I have a ADHD-like issue with re-reading texts and rewatching the same cut scenes or something.

As much as I want to get it to it though, Senran Kagura has me in its clutches TIGHT for my "pick up and play to kill things fast and cool like" title. I think its gonna be "the one" i need to get through before I pick Muramasa back up.

BORDERLANDS 2/ well thats it folks. I FINALLY SAW THE DAMN CREDITS ROLL!!!!! I've been playing this since the summer. I never thought it would end. For anyone wondering, while the credits roll, IT MOST CERTAINLY DOES NOT END!! But, for as much as I loved it, I am wholly satisfied to the brim with my experience and will not be picking it up again for quite some time. I feel like playing through the main campaign of this game is quite possibly the greatest accomplishment of my adult gaming career. Nothing could have taken me further outside my comfort zone and it felt awesome with every successfully fired shot.

My simple Borderlands 2 review is as follows. GRADE A Writing, GRADE A Gameplay, GRADE A Atmoshpere and Art Style, GRADE SSS capability of sucking you in until you truly believe the loot, the warrior, jack and shooting things on Pandora is more important than your job, paying your bills, eating, or doing much else of anything. The evil sorcery behind Borderlands 2 for me was its ability to keep this compelled no matter how burnt out I got on the game.

^^^^ This opens up a BIG slot for me in terms of the games I am playing at the moment. A slot I feel need be appropriately filled with a tried and true JRPG. Not sure if I'm gonna start immediately, but I don't think I can curb my enthusiasm as I've taken over a month off from JRPG's (longest I've gone my whole adult gaming life). 

On that note I am thinking of indulging yet another Tales game as I don't feel I can ever get enough of these. Torn between Eternia, Phantasia and Hearts R. Leaning heavily toward Eternia. I have been wanted to get to Eternia for like, some odd 3 years or so now. I even bought the PSP 1080P upscaler practically specifically for this game.

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 SHADOW OF MORDOR/ I realized this game is quite involving. Almost jumping the gun starting another JRPG tonite with this going, looks sort of like a mistake to me now. See, me being unfamiliar with games like Mordor, I didn't realize that although it isn't quite an RPG, it sure dresses the part in a manner of speaking. I feel like I got tricked in some way into unwittingly embarking on something quite epic when I really thought I was just signing up to slay some orc (hack and slash) with a Lord of the Rings backdrop. Not that by any means is this a BAD thing. I just didn't realize what I was getting myself into.

64  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: Tales of PlayStation(s) revealed on: January 02, 2015, 01:18:05 AM
If Sorey being hideous is one of your reasons, don't worry, I'm pretty sure most of us think that way.

Guilty as charged. This is big turn off for me. Sometimes I can't get over instances such as these.

Case and point, Luke (abyss). So I'm totally of the same persuasion as Aeolus on that note.

The other thing about Zest' that sort of jarred me a bit were a few of the supposed departures they were taking in terms of game design. Granted I am not well informed as I typically dodge info about games I know I'm gonna play so as to keep it a surprise.

The thing I love about Tales games though is how they have not drastically screwed with the formula much. The times they have screwed with it resulted in the weakest of the franchise entries (IMO). In most games I love to see evolution and new things being tried. When it comes to my Tales, the closer they resemble/feel like I remember Destiny being the better. I am, without a doubt, part of the "Vesperia was awesome" camp and would gladly indulge more of the same.

Truly at this point, games like Vesperia or even Ni No Kuni that pay any sort of homage to more classically designed JRPGs have become such a rarity that a sort of "fresh" novelty exists in them for me. That is to say, the inherent rarity made the classic "feel" of a tales seem original and new to me this last gen. Not that a slew of other great games don't exist nowadays but its been comforting to know Tales is still around just doing the "Tales" thing.

Ultimately it is the ugly, or at least lacluster, character designs I have seen and the fear that Zest may be too progressive for my taste is what has me frightened.
65  Media / Single-Player RPGs / Re: Tales of PlayStation(s) revealed on: January 01, 2015, 07:49:21 PM
http://youtu.be/7lKuuu26hk4
Slightly older trailer (Dec 21st?) that I don't think was posted here.

Again, I'm just not feeling it....  Hopefully actually playing it will change my mind, or y'know, watching a non-dramatic story trailer.

Curious as to why your not into Dice. I only inquire because I was turned off early on for a very shallow reason (or two) and I'm curious if you maintain the same gripe as I do.

I'll reveal my two stupid reasons for not being stoked if you do? LoL
66  Media / Game Journals / Re: A Game Journal Reborn on: December 31, 2014, 09:16:57 PM
I just got to Muramasa recently as my first outing with the PSTV and loved it. I only did Kisuke's scenario thus far although it was easily more the ample material to sell me on the rest. What I really love is how departed the gameplay feels from most titles that look like this coupled with how chaos mode almost make anti-leveling a decent approach. <--- That yielded a real fast and furious progression that complimented the combat and made the experience more enjoyable that I had expected. It isn't often I feel a side scrolling action title such as this feels all too original but Muramasa is special snowflake in all the right ways for me.
You need to hurry up and beat Momohime's storyline because there are a lot of aspects of the game that are still locked for you till you do that such as several of the swords, and endings 2 and 3 for Kisuke's story. Ending 2 for both characters has one of my favorite boss fights in the game. Then Ending 3 for Kisuke has the best ending in the game (which gets even better when paired with Ending 2 of DLC 3).

I'm usually pretty bad on my follow through of multiple runs of a game even with the new content offered but I'm pretty excited to get to it with Muramasa. More so now with the info you offered up. The real cool thing about Muramasa, which is what I liked about odin sphere's narrative structure as well, is the way they TOTALLY let you know your only catching a glimpse of the big picture from one angle with each characters chapter/arc. In other words, both games clearly demand you play multiple characters to grasp the story they are telling. This is a way more compelling approach to multiple plays of a game then say, something like your standard new game + with a special ending, or even the likes of Tales of Xillia that offers up a different MC without much differential in terms of content. Some may argue that places a superficial hurtle or barrier to the full story where I feel it almost a necessary approach to take the monotony out of the repetition.

That said, I spoiled myself with toys this past holiday season I need to clear the water a bit before I jump back in on Muramasa. I have Borderlands 2, Shadow of Mordor and Senran Kengura versus on deck before I hop back into Muramasa. And on that note...

Borderlands 2/ I was wrong in my hopeful declaration that I was in fact nearing the end. While I am, the side missions I cannot turn a blind eye to will have me at this for at least another week or two. I can't enjoy this game skipping content and blitzing the last story missions. The brilliance of the borderlands structure is in how they compel you to do EVERYTHING by placing right in line with your narrative progression. It is like you can't ignore the side-missions and if you choose to do so you have to accept tons of loose ends with the plot that simply don't bode well with me.

This realization is both comforting and disheartening all at the same time. I love the idea of having more to enjoy but I hate the idea that I have been nickel and diming this game for as long as I have. Rather than force it down my gullet in the interest of a hasty finish, I think I'm gonna shift my focus more towards Shadow of Mordor for the time being.

Senran Kagura Versus/ I think this is the first game that I'm doing well in competitively online. Good for the ego after a whole generation of being too terrible at fighters and brawlers to even engage in online competitive modes-LoL. This game is a stress-free blast to play. I also love how seriously the ludicrous writing is presented. It feels like a fan-servicey dark comedy instead trying to come out at you from a silly/comedic angle. Great stuff if for no other reason than being somewhat original in its presentation of a terribly over-done genre and style.

CASE AND POINT (on the left field writing of Senran)/ One story arc presents a female ninja who's goal is to become a world class pervert by fondling other female ninja's breasts. <-- This is actually presented as a serious motivation of the character without ever feeling like they are trying to tell some pervy joke. Once you sit back and realize you've taken this character seriously within the context of the narrative you begin to realize how clever they were in their way of doing things here. In short, they somehow make the most shallow and distateful content magically interesting. I will now resound my earlier statements of I CAN"T BELIEVE I LIKE THIS FREAKIN' GAME.
67  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: What's the haps? on: December 30, 2014, 04:42:40 PM
Dude get the toaster, fresh toast is amazing and cannot get DDoS'd.

Anyway I finished up my work for... possibly the remainder of the time I will be on this project. Time to spend the rest of the day playing Shining Force 3 I guess.

I feel like every time I come on here lately there is some mention of food I can't eat. This is ok, as I have come to terms with my restrictions long ago but damn what I would do for some fresh toast. As a kid I remember a dietary staple of mine being what I coined "gourmet toast". Pumpernickle with butter, cream cheese and bacon bits.

I have completed replaced bread with seaweed in my realm now. I roast seaweed and make the strangest sushi-like crap you'd ever find in this hemisphere. That has been dinner, each day, for well over a year now.
68  Media / Game Journals / Re: A Game Journal Reborn on: December 30, 2014, 04:33:25 PM
Been playing the fourth DLC in Muramasa. Why has no one mentioned that this came out? I only happened to find out about it by looking at my trophy list and noticing new unearned trophies in my Muramasa trophy list. New character is alright, I love her spinning move with her adult form as it wrecks everything. Really annoying that she only really has two forms most of the time when fighting bosses. Loving the opportunity to play the game some more though. Truly this game is one of my all time favorites.

I just got to Muramasa recently as my first outing with the PSTV and loved it. I only did Kisuke's scenario thus far although it was easily more the ample material to sell me on the rest. What I really love is how departed the gameplay feels from most titles that look like this coupled with how chaos mode almost make anti-leveling a decent approach. <--- That yielded a real fast and furious progression that complimented the combat and made the experience more enjoyable that I had expected. It isn't often I feel a side scrolling action title such as this feels all too original but Muramasa is special snowflake in all the right ways for me.

Shadow of Mordor/ Just got a few hours in really and holy crud am I bad at this. Everything is killing me. Orcs are moving up the ranks like mad. That said, I love everything about the game so far except sucking at it! LoL

Senran Kagura Versus/ As shallow and fan-service based as this game is, it is equally as satisfying as a button mashing mindless anime-action title. Damn near perfect pick up and play formula. What I truly didn't expect however, is how they actually manage to make the characters and writing somewhat compelling here. I wish they made an Ikki Tousen game just like this. I could really do without all the T&A action though.

Borderlands 2/ I am getting the sense that now in chapter 16 I am actually getting to the end of the main story. I can't fathom this ending. I have been playing it off and on for months and it sort of just felt endless. I will say that the best approach here is NOT being a completionist in the interest of entertainment value. The narrative moves at a much better pace when I'm not trying to polish off every side-mission as soon as they become available.

 
69  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: You're totally my type... but I'm just not that into you on: December 28, 2014, 09:50:10 PM
This is such a cool topic, I feel like you made it just for me Din!! LoL

But truly this has been a BIG thematic for me this year. In fact, I was just scribing an entry in the ol' journal (personal journal, not the RPGfan variety) about how I feel as though I really sort have unwittingly shifted my affinities and tastes in terms of media and how that sort of alters or compromises my prior perception of myself/identity.

^^That is venturing into some airy, off topic, talk. I'll keep this post about the media itself.

The sum of 2014 for me was a ton of offerings that were right in line with what I thought was my personal taste for years. Lots a good anime, a new Ar Tonelico game, Fairy Fencer F, and a host of other things surfaced that would have had me all sorts of excited and yet I found myself gravitating toward some of the most unlikely titles.

Somewhere along the line, after playing JRPGs almost exclusively for over 2 decades I guess I just began recently to feel (falsely) that there was nothing left for me to explore. This of course is not true. Only a fool thinks they've seen it all. But when it comes to J-Pop culture, anime and JRPG's I certainly have subject myself to a far greater volume of exposure than anything else.

This awareness left me a desire to explore some other games and media, a desire that creeps in every so often and generally ends quickly with me running back to comfort of NIS titles, old SNES RPG's, and some sailor moon. Something different happened this time. I stumbled on some games I never thought I would adore near as much as I have and the last few months have really been exciting for me exploring western fantasy, shooters and multiplayer games.

See I was sort of off base in terms of my sensibilities in what I deemed quality gaming. I thought I was just into anime and JRPGs for the most part but I now realize they just inherently have qualities I appreciate. I sort of feel like Klutz now in the sense that I don't feel comfortable naming exactly what these elements are that resonate with me. In fact maybe it is more accurate to say the most crucial elements that hook me in terms of media and gaming vary from product to product. Simple as all this sounds it totally eluded me and I stayed "stuck" believing I knew by now, at the age of 30, that I was aware of what I liked and was comfortable with it. Truth be told, I was just too ignorant and set in my ways to really explore anything else.

So now, for those who just survived my wall of irrelevant ramblings to arrive here, without further musing I want to get onto the top 2 games that "Weren't really my type" but I fell in love with.

1. Borderlands 2/ Up until borderlands 2 I would have told you I hated shooters. In fact, I didn't just hate shooters but sci-fi, guns, war, the future, and comedy as well. Borderlands changed all that for me. I realized that my exposure to the aforementioned just left me with some unwarranted prejudice. I still don't like contemporary war, slapstick comedies, star trek and feel a little ill at ease with future-stuff but borderlands made me entirely aware of the fact that with clever writing and solid gameplay all these things I thought I hated could be blended togeather into pure entertainment of the highest caliber for me.

2. Diablo 3/ Western fantasy never did it for me. Yet as a huge Lord of the Rings fan, I always sort of knew the possibility of falling it love with it existed. I rediscovered not only my love of Western Fantasy, but a real affinity for looting and multiplayer here. I could explore this more but I've already made this longwinded enough.

And at that I'm gonna cut this off because if I start talking about other media this post is gonna become more of a novel entry than intended.

Thanks again for the awesome topic Din, this was really cool to think about and briefly explore here. Good stuff.
70  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: Completion List 2014 on: December 28, 2014, 07:15:38 PM
I wish Eternal Eden would get released on PSN. I have it but my PC, in recent months, doesn't really get used for much other than talking to you guys. It is at the point where even hitting enter to move to the next line in a message body causes temporary lock-up.

Also, I am totally in agreement about Dust's art style, or namely character design. Disturbed me too. In fact it was really the only thing about the game I didn't love. It looked and ran beautiful but I have a bit of an aversion to sentient animal deal to begin with.
71  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: The unofficial "recommend me a game" thread. on: December 27, 2014, 05:06:49 PM
Well, I use gamefly as well, so I could always rent stuff out for the Wii U as well as the games I want to play now...course that means I have to wait for availability and such. But I can't play a Wii U without a Wii U, lol.

It's a dilemma, alright.

I had the same dilemma myself this generation but finally decided to put all my eggs in Sony's basket. Last gen I tried to spread myself too thin investing in Xbox360, PS3 and Wii and didn't get to a fraction of the games I wanted to before more things came out that excited me.

The Wii U has some awesome hardware alright but for 5 games in the library I really want I decided I can live without it. Not playing a new Xeno and Zelda will hurt a bit but seeing that collect dust on my shelf will hurt all the more for me (oddly enough).

Ultimately I feel like you hit the nail on the head for me with your last post. Truth is, there is plenty for the PS4 I want and plenty more on the way. Certainly more than ample volume of games to keep me satiated. The more focused I remain on one or two consoles/a few games at a time the more I enjoy em personally.
72  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: What's the haps? on: December 27, 2014, 04:57:02 PM
I'vs noticed the longer you are around a specific cause of your allergies, the more tolerant of it you become. I have horrible animal allergies, but after living with cats for some 8 years I only ever had reactions when I would rub my eyes or nose after playing with them. I also washed my clothes often to help keep dander and hair off of them.

Tl;dr tough guy through it.

Be careful with that good sir. In some cases, a histamine response can become greater with more exposure and benign reactions to things can become pretty severe in time. Cinnamon went from causing a sneezing reaction to pulmonary distress and lighting my skin on fire after eating it for awhile. I also used to trim trees and had what I believed to be complete immunity to poison ivy for nearly two years until due to exposure (or so says my doctor) I began to develop a histamine response and now I break out if I so much as look at the stuff for too long.

Yet oddly enough, lending validity to your suspicions, I used to have an intolerance to garlic but love the crap. After hurting myself with it long enough my gut became fairly tolerant of the stuff.

73  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: Completion List 2014 on: December 27, 2014, 04:41:42 PM
I've had a Klyde-style revelation that I cannot bother putting a lot of effort into playing through games anymore unless I'm *REALLY* invested in them. This has led me to another revelation that I don't really care about finishing games, either (again, unless I'm really invested in them)

There are a few games that I own the sequels to that I haven't touched, and I obviously want to finish those, but for the most part I'm okay that I probably won't be updating here much. And that's not supposed to be some kind of elegant declaration, it's just that this thread seemed like a more apt place to share these thoughts than the game journal.

I know this statement was made back in August but I am just seeing it now and am touched. Something comforting, and accurate, about associating internal-game-related awareness with me. I do spend far too much time philosophizing over games, what they mean to me and how I play them. The pay off is the layers of meaning they take on for me. The way I play evolves and acts a thermometer of personal growth, or so I like to believe. Even if this is completely false I really don't care because at the end of the day it creates a greater emotional investment in the hobby and in turn the enjoyment derived.

Declarations of said awareness are important to me as well. Stating things lends to them some "concrete" if you will. A sense of accountability and truth to a statement only exists for some things once they are penned for me. A thought or opinion, in regards to gaming, remains formless and mutable so long as it stays confined to my (fickle) imagination.

God I make no sense some times. Oh well, now that the philosophizing is over onto the list.

1.Mario 3d World
2.Tales of Vesperia
3.FF4 TAY
4.Bastion
5.Child of Light
6.Atelier Escha and Logy
7.DMC
8.Terranigma
9.Shadow hearts
10.Drakengard 3
11.Breath of Fire 4
12.Dragons Crown (again)
13.Tales of Xillia 2
14.Costume Quest
15.Lollipop Chainsaw
16. All Zombies Must Die
17. Lost Odyssey
18.Diablo Reaper of Souls
19.Muramasa Rebirth
20.Senran Kagura Versus

And I think that about covers it. Truth be told, I'm still aiming to finish Borderlands 2 by the end of the year. Highly doubt its gonna happen but it is good to have goals :)

The volume of games is pretty weak for me this year, but I feel like I got more quality time in with a few. The commitment I gave to Tales of Xillia 2 this year was sort of stupid to be honest. Well of 150 hours in that one alone.
74  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: What's the haps? on: December 24, 2014, 08:20:04 PM
Since you brought it up, I don't know if I could actually eat meat at this point without getting violently ill.

I have the same problem. However I have discovered some things that enable me to comfortably skate around the meat issue.

1. Gross at it sounds, the healthiest and least processed are the stage 1 beech nut baby foods. Not the shitty brands cut with starches mind you, those kill me. The o' natural meat paste in the stage 1 baby foods is pre-cooked with zero additives for taste/preservation. Believe it or not, it is typically these things that result in gut problems with meat and not the meat itself. The baby foods, in short, in no way resemble buying and eating meat prepared in any other fashion.

2. Shellfish provided you don't have an allergy. Great source of protein that your gut handles breaking down in substantially different way than say, red meat or poultry. I was utterly meat-less for years and can't even think about swallowing chicken, turkey and most red meat without terrible problems. Yet, I can literally eat upward of a pound of shrimp or crab without so much as a cramp.

PRO-TIP (for baby food). If your gonna try the baby food I suggest pretending it is not meat at all to avoid gross-ness. Mix with either cream cheese, peanut butter or nutella and make a spread or dip or something.
75  The Rest / General Discussions / Re: What's the haps? on: December 24, 2014, 07:46:10 PM
Zwarte Piet was badass.  Fat Santa's elves got nothing on him. 

My mom told me that as a kid, I had no trouble hanging with Sinterklaas for photos et al. with his majestic bishop outfit, cool horse, and everything, but that American Santa Claus creeped me out, I hated having my photo taken with him, and I'd pitch a fit. 

As for the Xmas season, the best (and worst) part for me is the cookies.  See, I try to be all healthy living, but cookies are my kryptonite.  Not mass produced hockey pucks like Oreo or Chips Ahoy, but homemade, soft baked, preferably with melty chocolate or fudge.  I don't eat cookies often, so when I do they have to be ace, and this time of year is when people pull out all the stops when baking cookies.  And I get all conflicted about eating all those cookies. 



I will help justify the cookies for you Din. Part of how I totally screwed up my guts which led ultimately to a perma-ban of cookies was eating way too clean for too long. We all know of how too much of a good thing can be bad, well in terms of your gut health you can essentially get to a point where your body simply won't be able to handle junk if it doesn't have to contend with it often.

The simplest (and probably most common) example of what I'm talking about comes by way of what I call "carb-tarded". Guys and gals who completely cut out carbohydrates (to the tune of 30g or less a day) long term are healthy folk. However, if they eat sugar or starches all hell breaks loose. I'm talking "take off work quality" illness for some.

So look at it like an obligation to your gut and to all the moms out there baking their brains out for the holiday to indulge on such a special cookie-occasion. And for what it is worth, despite my perma-ban on cookies and the fact that I am indeed "carb-tarded"  all made the worse by legitimate allergies to cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and an intolerance of fructose.... I WILL WILLINGLY SCREW MYSELF UP HARDCORE WITH SOMETHING OOEY GOOEEY AND SWEET AND LOVE EVERY MINUTE OF THE SUFFERANCE DAMMIT!!!!!!!

NOTE: At halloween I got too scared to swallow the candy and just chewed it all up to taste it. I think that is disordered eating of a certain fashion.
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