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Discussion in 'General Discussion Forum' started by TorontRayne, Jan 3, 2015.
Super Mario Odyssey.
Super Mario Pussey.
No clue why I wrote that.
Super Mario Illiad
Super Mario White Supremacy.
The Italians were friends with the Nazis.
Yeah, but they kinda chickened out at the end.
Super Mario Balotelli.
Dude has incredible trap genetics.
Wtf is with Fins and necroing 18-year-old threads?
FFS mate, she may be mature now, but is little more than dust.
When people told him he necroed a thread even though it was less than a year old he took it as a challenge.
Did he get a tempban?
Just for a fun necro thread? Nah.
To be fair, as soon as I saw this I was immediately planning to find the oldest thread I could with a joke in it and complain how it's all wrong.
You're just lucky I'm too lazy for that.
Ironically, Fins probably did find the oldest thread he could.
The most recent thread he commented in was from 2000, which looking at it, is the earliest year that threads are still active in.
We could take this thread and guess who all the Guests are.
How shit is it? I am in the process of updating my portfolio and CV and my Design Brand is like years old so I am trying some shit.
Reminds me to some Candy. Like one that is so full of suggar, that you feel your teeth cry. Considering the name, it also contains nuts. Lots of nuts.
I think it looks just fine...
But I do see a giant snail every time.
But that's just me... I also see a clown in this Eagle Claw avatar.
I second Crni's opinion. It also reminds me of some cheap anime merchandise.
For a candy, it's good. For a portfolio...nope.
It's a cool design, although what's with the dot on the left side of the W?, it makes the left side look like an I.
Also, maybe make the colours a little less bright. It seems too bright and cheery, and doesn't really purvey a professional tone(I think that's what Crni was getting at when comparing it to a candy logo), also a logo that bright would be really distracting if you were trying to look through a portfolio.