The Member's Guide to Topiclessness - Page 59
I use Google!
I'm back! Yay! (disperses over 9000 Ghost MissingNo. to the other forum users)
Steelers won 27-23!
I was disappointed in the Super Bowl…
Pfft! You too? At least you don't have to put up with the angry shouting of the locals. It was crazy. You could hear people 5-6 blocks away from us cheering and shouting. Then they scored and it suddenly got quiet. Now everything is disappointed shouts.
I now have a Papa John's by my house!
Papa John's is a chain of pizza places. A house is a wholly detached building in which resides a person or family. I have a Papa John's restaurant by my house.
That is pretty funny, how did you do it?
Get a papa johns in his house.
He said by his house, not in it.
Look at my Glisp! Don't Deny that a Glitch wasp is pure Genius on its own.
oh and for the hell of it: Glitch + Wasp = Glisp! XD
THE GLISP IS A LIE
ALL GLORY TO THE MISSINGNO.
Oh noes! Not my Glisp! XD
Once upon a time…. MISSINGNO GAVE BIRTH TO DEOXYS' IDEA! The End! (not a flame but a joke. Kind of like in a cartoon where someone tells a scary story then yells to frighten everybody else listening to him.)
Likewise Missingno inspired me as well. Which is why the Glisp's wing are the way they are. Also in Animal Crossing I enjoy making outfits with Glitch pokemon on them. (due to the fact the it is the easiest thing to make with a stylus or gamecube controller. Lets see, I made a 3TRAINERPOKE, Missingno standard form, LM4, and Charizard 'M (keep in mind that it probably looks deformed when compared to a picture of Charizard but at least it is better than the Sprites in Pokemon Green and Japanese Red. Those Sprites make it to where the pokemon have Birth Defects (especially Mew. It looks hideous and not even one bit cute and cuddly.)
Right now, I am listening to "Arthur" by Rick Wakeman. If the name sounds familiar, it was the theme for BBC's coverage of every election from 1975 to now (except 2001).
What happens in Glitch City nowadays?
Unfortunately, it seems to be much more lackluster than it once was.