Happy Birthday /tg/! You're 6 years old today.Let's take some time to talk about our favorite /tg/ made things guys.
At least SOMEBODY remembered.So, how was your Valentine's day?
>>23176608I'm celebrating my in 2 weeks during break
Oh Jesus fuck, it's been six years? I've been here for six years? Christ, what have I done with my life. From Diesel Punk and Devil's Dixie and Miko arting in LCB to...This.
I had no idea today was /tg/'s bday and for that I am sorry. I am quite thankful for all it does and all the people that come here to make it such an interesting place.
Happy birthday, /tg/
>>23176637I know right? I unfortunately got on the /tg/ boat late 2007, but it still feels like I've been here forever. It's actually hard imaging life without /tg/, and I can't tell if that's beautiful or sad.I hate a lot of you fucks, but you are all my friends in some weird way.Happy birthday /tg/.
I think that one story on /d/ right now is the best birthday present /tg/ has ever receive.
>>23176666You too, man. You too
>>23176681The what now?
>>23176650>>23176650my favorite sccreen of all timecan i get the pic of OPcaptcha:ordoebrightes apothecary
/tg/ was born on February 15th? What, did the collected >tfw no gfof 4chan's neckbeards spawn us or what?
Huh. Been coming to this place since 2007.Kinda miss how things were, but I don't mind how it is now. I sure wish Weaver would come back. We lost a lot of old drawfags over the years, too. But it's still pretty much the same.Happy birthday, home.
>>231767424571771 on /d/
>>23176742Let me get that for you.>>>/d/451771
6 years...HAPPY BIRTHDAY /tg/!
>>23176753Why did /x/ dump us?
>>23176755>>23176755i know what im putting on my board
>>23176746Wait a sec, my birthday's the 15th.I can't tell if this is a good or bad omen
God. /tg/, you're still good to me. Even after what RubyQuest did to this board, there's still some bits of that precious old /tg/ here.
>>23176762/b/ raped /x/ and she never really recovered. We went our separate ways; it was easier to remember the good than to see the half-dead husk that remains.
If this is true, then I have been visiting this board since very nearly day 1. And here I thought it was already well established when I first came across it....
>>23176752>>23176776Wait a minute... does this mean that /tg/ IS the Phallusar?
>>23176806Yes you am.
>>23176806Phallusar just makes me think of some horrible dong-shaped dinosaur no matter how hard I try not to.
>>23176819What font is that?
Seems the dubs were wrong.
>>23176806>Go to read fapfiction on /d/.>Oh, it's this shit again, oh well>ReadAm I a weak man for getting actual feels from this fapfic?
>>23176832Impact, I think.
>>23176840No, you are strong. Like the neon pink buffalo, you have the courage to bare your feelings proudly.
>>23176844Nah that's not impact, the letters don't have the jumps
Meanwhile, on /fit/...
>>23176864Oh, my bad.
>>23176745never before have i seen such boldness
>>23176878I believe it's stencil.
Anyone have that picture of the guy going"WIIIIZZAARRRD?" When he was talking about how he summoned an angel and demon?That made me laugh for an hour I swear.
>>23176900I remember playing Space Marine and seeing how there were almost no stairs in that game. The only ones you come across are solid metal or concrete ones.
>>23176906Normally I always lack the appropriate picture, BUT TODAY IS NOT A NORMAL DAY.
>>23176840>>23176855Just read the write-faggotry as well. How do we make this shit canon?
I wish I remembered the name of the thread this was in. Such a barrel of laughs that one was.
>>23176922>yfw acrobatics was not a skill in 3.5e>it was tumble, jump, and balance>therefore one of two things:>A) that anon's story is not true>B) that anon made a serious mistake and confused pathfinder with 3.5e>Since B) is almost impossible, A) is clearly more likely.Happy birthday, /tg/.
The first image I ever saved that was related to /tg/.
>>23176936You glourious motherfucker.Thanks
>>23176900I have hunted long and hard to try to find those spiral stairs.
>>23176963>C)They houseruled them into one skill, acrobaticsI do this if I run 3.5. Same with spot+listen+search = perception.
>>23176984>not just playing pathfinderAnd you wonder why I didn't consider that option.
Does anyone have news about the situation on Terranis?
>>23176963What about in a splatbook, like Legend of the 5 Rings or the Tome of Battle?
>>23176939Get /x/ to love us again?Have a delegation of fa/tg/uys spend certain amount of time on /x/ daily, starting good threads?
>>23176795>>23176801I remember these.These were the first things I wrotefagged on /tg/.What a nub was I.
>>23177112But don't announce you're from /tg/ until the thread is well and truly going.
>>23177112/x/ still likes /tg/ sometimes. It likes /mu/ just as much apparently though.
6 years, you say?Anyone remember this?
>>23177140I think I remember my first thread was asking for help to run a WW1 game.People told me that it would be boring. I showed them, I showed them all!
>>23177112>tfw some fapfiction off /d/ is one of the most positively inspiration thing you've read in days.
>>23176588Is 14th or 15th of Feb?Cause it's 15th where I live.
It hasn't been quite six years yet for me, I'm afraid, it would have been a few months after this boards creation I left the swirling vortex of /b/ and journeyed far and wide across the boards in search of one to call my home, and months still before I would discover this blessed land of milk and honey, but I would just like to to take the time in this thread to thank you all for the experience, the laughter, and transforming me from the jaded, cynical Warhammer player I was to the roleplaying pen and paper dervish I am today, and all the friends and good times I've had in that pursuit I can lay down in thanks to you also.I don't know when the next appropriate time will be, so I'll say, thank you ladies and gents of /tg/. In the halls of Valhalla may we all meet again, to fight our edition wars in the day, eat our meatbreads in the evening, roll our dice and spin our tales both new and old, and venerate the Emperor before we succumb to sleep in anticipation of the next day, and the next, into infinity.Thank you all, so much words fail me further. Live long, happy and love filled lives, /tg/. It's what you deserve.Adieu.GREEN IZ BEST
>>23177132>Implying that the fapfic isn't correct in it's assertion that /mu/ has terminal limpdick.
Dudes , rural doctor thread. I was the doctor who's village was beset by a gang of war forged. Any other docs still out there?
>>23176588http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Main_Page Pretty much everything on that. Thank you /tg/! Happy Birthday!
Remember warpuppets? With the fucking broom?God I hated those things.
>>23177132Check it. /x/ is having a whole thread where they're in stunned admiration of /tg/. "strange glowy bald chick looks at me at night, wat do?"/x/: "Protection spell! You don't wanna die!"/tg/: Fuck her! Death in the pursuit of hot glowing chick booty is noble!The reaction from /x/ is like, "That dude is gonna die, but /tg/ makes me laugh."I miss the /tg/ and /x/ interactions. They were a ton of fun.I was in this thread.
>>23177230Whoops, forgot the pic.
>>23177240I'll post this and then the blank one, and leave it there.
>>23176963D) as tumble has been translated as "acrobazia" in the italian version of the 3.5 manual, anon was italian or spanish and unsure of what the original term was. So he went for the easyest translation, the allmost litteral one, but italian->english instead of english->italian. IRL babelfish translation.I propose this explanation beacouse this kind of things occasionally happened to me too.
>>23177251And the blank one that launched years of /tg/ and /x/ interaction.
Anyone got the Monorail/Monolith cap?
>>23177158I admit that I lost it reading that at the part >Even /r9k/... well, /r9k/ was still alone.
I remember the fun old days of /tg/.
To be honest, I only lurk here for the 40k threads. But have been doing so for almost five years. If not the /tg/, the internet would be dull. Happy birthday /tg/Pic related, a drawfag made it for me once.
>>23177230the recent /tg/x/ threads have been getting interesting.but /x/ seemed to really like this that we made for them.
>>23177497GET IN THE BAG.
And another drawfag made this too, with the same idea
>>23177552I like it! can't speak for the rest of /tg/ but i'm always happy to see more drawfriends on the board!
>>23177230>I miss the /tg/ and /x/ interactions. They were a ton of fun.The one thing I will never ever miss is cross-board shitposting and meta threads.>NO FUN ALLOWEDFuck you.
>>23177258In the spanish version tumble was translated as "piruetas".(your theory is still consistent, it was just a small clarification)
>>23177601Cool Story Bro>>23177548That is awesome. But where does /x/ even mention it?
>>23177647it was posted in a similar thread over at /x/ and they seemed to like it. i believe the thread died though.
the white wall, noh, valiance, winter king is my favouriteim planning to make comic of them one day
>>23176776I went looking for the original image for that picture in my collection. But I can't.It is him naked, wearing just a red thong.
>>23178114.... if you're wearing a thong you're not naked.
>>23177679Thread died shortly after, yes. Here's a link to what it amounted to. http://archive.heinessen.com/x/thread/12013658
>>23176935I always lose it when arriving in Yemen in a Ford Pinto.>>23177554Hardly old!Also, behold, my only /tg/ thread pic (which I myself didn't get from threads like this)
>>23178131Oh, I know.... but, what if your balls spill over the gusset?
>>23178224I should put in that the cat is now called CREEEEEEED Night Rape.
>>23177271Best believe it, son>>23177159>Is 14th or 15th of Feb?Valid question. Anyone know?
>>23178114Search this thread. It's in here, I saw it a minute ago.Can't believe nobody has posted this yet
/tg/ has the same birthday as me?
>>23178398HAH! I requested that from B&hammer 40kun! I'm still super happy he took that request. On reflection, I think that's the only request I've ever had fulfilled.Barring, y'know. Miko.
>>23177615"Piruetas" is really cool!
I cannot remember since when I get stuck in here. Happy <<uploadingday?">> /tg/.
I'm really depressed now. I've been trying to remember when I first came to /tg/ and I recalled that I started playing Warhammer in 2007, but then I remembered that I found /tg/ a little less than a month after Ruby Quest ended and the board was still in an uproar about that. I just looked up when that was. February 2009 :/
I don't ever remember when I first started coming here... best board by far.Raise the chalice.
>>23178459There was an uproar after Rubyquest? I'm afraid I came here a bit later.
>>23178637Not a bad kind of uproar, more like that's all that anyone was talking about. And this was like, a week or a month after it officially ended. It was to /tg/ then what 40k threads are to /tg/ before and after RQ
Came here in the middle of 2008 and have stayed here ever since.I raise my horn to you /tg/.
>>23178653Whenever ye olden days come up, some guy always starts talking about the wave of "furry shit" that happened after Rubyquest, and usually points out Sergals and by extension the Unified Setting as examples. Were they actually related?
>>23178670Furries and sergals were around before RubyQuest.But RubyQuest started the endless Quest threads. And with the endless Quest threads, there were 'Ruby' threads that hid under that umbrella, which was thinly veiled furry porn.
>>23178670I doooo seem to recall seeing Sergals on /tg/ back then but I'll be totally honest here, /tg/ back then was the same as it is now, at least in my eyes. RQ didn't inspire as much porn as you might think. There was too much adoration for the characters and Ruby's decent ethics. Kinda like how there isn't a lot of Katawa Shoujo porn, yeah?
>>23178689I ran one of those endless quest threads. It did eventually end, and the players had fun.
I was around on 4chan before /tg/, and when /tg/ showed up I didn't pay much attention to it. I don't think I even posted on it at all until 2008 or so. By then I finally recognized it as a fun place to hang out.It's certainly changed over the years, even if the core has stayed pretty much the same. I don't remember much of the furry stuff, but that's probably my brain blocking of those memories... I do recall the centaur dick threads being a problem though.
I miss grandpa dreadnaught.I'm not really sure why though.
>>23178670dont forget shark girls
>>23178833That was a really weird month or two.
>>23178843Damn, now I feel like I missed out on something.There was some other weird thing that /tg/ was obsessed with, but I can't remember what it was and it's driving me nuts.
>>23178882>There was some other weird thing that /tg/ was obsessed withAnon, the list goes on and on, good luck pulling out particular things.
>>23178843>implying that it ever endedAnon, you disapoint mewe never stopped enjoying sharkgirls
>>23178906basically, /tg/ has an appreciation for the obscure Rogue Trader alien species known as the Saharduinhttp://1d4chan.org/wiki/Saharduintake note of the images on the page - they are extra heretical
>>23177271The syllable count is so off it makes baby Emperor cry.-11/10 wouldn't sing
This was a good day
>>23179025>2008>2013yeah, times change and we fall apart
God. Flareshit, that was the worst.The only good thing that came out of that was a wonderful Vietnam40k fic. John Falker or something. I think he was replacing bits from an actual Vietnam story, but I never did find it out. It was really fucking good though.
We've gotten some amazing things done over the years
>>23179064I'm still kind of flabbergasted every time I see that.
>>23179072What is happening in that picture? I get from context that it's a reference to /tg/, but I'm not sure how.
>>23179095Vindicare Assassin, stalking an eldar farseer. Who coincidentally has her mask off.
>>23179072Me too. And it's not even just that either. There's Just As Planned and Grendal also made canon by FFG, Drive Me Closer, Take This, and pic related by Relic, ADB's incorporations, and um... that's all I can think of ATM but I think there's more.>>23179095Go read Love Can Bloom, mate. Go read Love Can Bloom.
Happy birthday /tg/!
You silly people.
>>23179124Ok, Take This and ADB's incorporations, I've somehow missed. Explain?
>>23179124Don't forget that WH40K rp quote which referenced the Litany of Litany's Litany. Some guy saying "the litany of" before being cut off. I think I have a screencap of that somewhere on my computer.
>>23179095Probably /tg/'s greatest love story.It even spilled over into other fiction like Emperasque.
>>23179064It's a lot more recent, but my favorite has to be Ditches and Lhos quote in the new OW expansion. Does anyone have a cap of that?
>>23179158Say, I know that it's pretty recent and all, but I only recently caught up.Any word about Emperasque? Is it finished and done? Will it be back?
>>23179167Quote was“Every planet’s different, but every battle is the same. Keep your eyes forward, and keep shooting. You live ditch to ditch, lho stick to lho stick. In the end, it seems like there’s nothing else left to life besides ditches and lhos.”–Corporal Dwayne Biehnin Final Testament I believe. Can't remember which page though.
>>23179145You know that whole "It's dangerous to go alone, take this" cat meme? Relic stuck that in Dawn of War II: Retribution, alongside Drive Me Closer. The whole expansion was basically a reference to 4chan, not even joking. Also, ADB (Aaron Dembsky-Bowden) is one of the newer and better Black Library authors and he's done threads on here where we shoot him ideas for stories and he talks about them.>>23179149Haven't seen that one. Do post.>>23179167Or this one. Seconding.
>>23179072This probably wasn't us but I'm still amused every time I see it. It got posted every day for weeks when it first came out.
>>23179095Love Can Bloom, a write-fags attempt at a romance story in 40k. About a Vindicare Assassin who falls in love with an Eldar Farseer. Many on /tg/ believe it is the pinnacle of writefagging, many hate it's guts. So much in afaik it was banned in terms of threads. But as I enjoy writing myself (albeit shit) I still appreciate it's link to /tg/ and 40k.So, yeah, it was a fanfiction that got a lot of praise and somebody in GW managed to sneak it in. As for if it's actually in memory of LCB, none can say for sure, but Farseers don't usually take off their masks....
fuck you elegan/tg/entlemen.you are the best. lurking here since the summer of 2007 and I love you guys.
>>23179173It probably won't be back any time soon, I'm afraid.I was even surprised to see it continued after the first part after watching a stupid joke grow so humongously out of proportion it became a book.Can't blame someone else for being fed up with that stuff in the end.
>>23179202That's good, it means he can steal the costume and claim it was in character.
>>23179202Dude, /tg/ wrote LCB. How is it not from us?>>23179212Of course it's a reference to LCB. The assassin's name is LIIVI for God's sake.
>>23179222Yeah. They've done enough, and they have my kudos. I would like to see more obviously, but I can understand not wanting to finish.>>23179212If nothing else, the "Cognomen Designate LIIVI" is hard to deny, seeing as it's a direct callback to the protagonist Vindicare in LCB.But let's move on before it causes rage.
Stay classy /tg/. Stay classy.
>>23179236>>23179248Correct, it is, but who knows, perhaps the writer was actually part of GW all along? But it does cause rage, so, lets stop.
>>23179267Jesus Christ I never knew they took the lego thing any further than pic related. Side note, when they say don't put Bengay on your balls they REALLY mean it.
Been here since I was 14. Just read threads never partook because I was obeying rules. Waited until I turned 18, 2 years ago to post for my first time. Have been posting ever since and TG has since gotten me through some shit. Thank you for 6 years guys it has been amazing.
Happy birthday /tg/ Thanks for all the 40k advice too!
Any way to get this stickied for the day ?
>>23176785Oh god, that thread.
>>23179267It's a War Machine.
>>23179401I'm kind of surprised Pathfinder is so popular.
>>23178423>MikoI miss her. I wonder whatever happened to her.
>>23179401Make a thread on /q/ and keep it bumped until moot wakes up? Only thing I can think of. Seconding this idea though.>>23179385Did you really, honestly not post until you were 18 because the rules said not to?
>>23179485Hand on a bible yes.
>>23179499That is stupid... at the same time quite honest I guess.
>>23179499We got Paladin material right here
>>23179476I wonder how she ended up here to begin with.
Happy birthday.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mH_iG718ymgI'll never leave here, will I? /tg/ won't let me.
>>23179292you're the only one raging about shit all started by a stupid drawing done by ironshrinemaiden/miko
>>23179527Dawn of War. She's a /v/irgin at heart and loves RTS games. She found her way to /tg/ because she drew fanart of the game and we raped her DA page.
>>23179476>>23179527Hopefully she's not dead or addicted to something and just busy with working in an employment that pays her to be artistic.
>>23179518>>23179517Thanks I guess? I love you guys and Just didn't want to get I trouble.
>>23179545I thought it was us raping her DA page that drove her away.
Happy birthday, /tg/.
>>23179592I heard she banged some guy from the Warhammer Wednesday crowd. There was apparently some falling out between the lot.
>>23179533Jesus Christ. That was beautiful. And hilarious.
>>23176785Fuck I am still trying to forget
>>23179553>>23179545I remember...Though mind you, I could be wrong, but I remember that she actually posted the original Love Can Bloom comic to /tg/. And then somebody wrote a fic in the thread. And then things spiralled.I could be wrong. But I THINK that's what happened.
>>23179614I do believe the writefaggotry came first.
>>23179626I'm certain the writefaggotry came second. I just don't know if she posted her comic to /tg/ herself, or if somebody else posted it.
Considering that I posted this thing up for at least three years on here, I would feel as though I need to make mention of this here, despite (or because) it would make everyone angry.
>>23179681you have a dl to that?
>>23179626>>23179642Just checked 1d4chan. It says the writefaggotry came second.
>>23179681>>23179694You heaps of filth.
>>23179700Ah, I see. My mistake. It's been years and I can get details muddled.
>>23179701>>23179694>>23179681I don't into 40k, what's the problem here?Is something too heretical?
>>23179713Ah, don't worry about it. It's been...Six fucking years.
>>23179694http://www.scribd.com/doc/76559805/Codex-Kae-Moda-Republic-IV-0-72>>23179701>>23179723They're a faction that I made up that don't entirely fit into the 40K universe. They're supposed to be a small transhuman empire and don't have as much of the grimdark which pervades 40K. As such, some people on /tg/ love them, and some hate them.
>>23179728And so much to take in. I fear that I'll never see all of it. Or, even worse, that /tg/ will die before I do.
>>23179764See, I never understood why people could abide how absurdly over-the-top everything is, yet exalt the grimdarkness."Nah man, this doesn't fit with my preferred flavor of retardation""Why don't you just play orkz so we can laugh you out of the store?"I don't even understand how anyone can enjoy a setting that's apparently grimdark as a rule. A bit of that goes a long way in a lot of places, but I just can't appreciate it at all when it's beaten over your head every six seconds.
>>23179816>That imgI was in that thread when it was still not flipped upside down Harvey Birdman.
>>23179236I was so delighted the first time I saw that. The saga of Grendel is the best DH story ever.
This is still one of my all-time favourites.
>>23179816Hundreds of thousands of players "get" it and you don't, so I'll break it down for your pathetic self: That's the joke. Grimdark is a few moments' fantasy reading material, but playing against other people is real enough that the background can be - and usually is - safely ignored. The autists who "beat you over the head" every six seconds are the usual faggotrolls who so graciously coined "grimderp" for /tg/ and are clearly 3edgy5u.
I've been here way too long if it's six years already.Ah well, happy birthday to /tg/
>>23180157I started coming here 7-8 months ago. I can't find the exit.
>>23180192None of us can. I put my left hand on the wall and it just keeps going...I think we're trapped by a powerful spell. Moot's Mind-bending Maze. Powerful, soup-fuelled magic indeed.
Whew, 6 years already. So much to say about /tg/./tg/ is sort of like yeast: It takes upon a subject, chews on it, grows on it like fungus, and the farts awesomeness. Sure there might be some strange things along the way, but you don't get the same quality of brew anywhere else on the net./tg/ is that place I know I can go to when I need to laugh my ass off./tg/ is that place where I know even the oddest question will be met with even odder answers./tg/ is that place where, no matter what you throw at it, you can get something interesting in return.I've always felt an amazing level of camaraderie within this board. Sure we love to trash each other's backyards, but I see it as sort of the way you can insult good friends and they will insult you back, because you get along good enough that no offense is taken.I truly could not picture my web-browsing without /tg/.Thank you, fa/tg/uys, for all the endless hours of fun. May you live many more years.
>>23180192There isnt one. I fell in to this rabbit hole of piss and wonder 3 years ago. I've lost hope.
>>23180192I tried asking the locals. They just told me to roll for perception.
>>23176836Squats are canon again a Codex made in winter 2012 mentioned them.
>>23180319Problem is, you'd need to roll a natural 21. I FEEL THE WARP OVERTAKING ME
>>23180352That shouldn't be so hard; just use a d100.
>>23180235>/tg/ is that place where I know even the oddest question will be met with even odder answers.>/tg/ is that place where, no matter what you throw at it, you can get something interesting in return.That pretty much sums it up. /tg/ is my subconscious. I come here to brainstorm. We all throw ideas at each other and wonderful things happen. I've been here since nearly the beginning (like others I did not notice that /tg/ was a brand new board when I first came here) and one thing I've always been proud of is how we can turn troll threads into something worthwhile. Not always, of course. Not often, even. We're actually easier than we like to admit sometimes... but now and then when we got a troll who didn't know how to mess with us, and they just assumed they could throw some intentionally ignorant question about a game or setting at us and we'd argue about it because we're nerds... and then instead we'd roll with their mistake as an elseworld, build an economy for this alternate setting and explain how the various factions and protagonists would have changed in response!Dragons>Giants>Gods as a dynamic>Static>Entropic circle of existence was awesome too. Lots of brilliant things happen here all the time. But here's the thing... people talk about the glory days of how /tg/ used to be good and summerfags and whomever else have ruined it. That's bullshit. /tg/ was NEVER good. It has always been 75% dumb junk, 11% cool pictures, 8% pretty clever junk, 5% utter jaw-dropping brilliance, and 1% margin of error.Happy birthday /tg/. I love-hate you all. You are my bitter internet nerd friends, now and forever.Be excellent to each other, and party on, dudes!
Happy Birthday /tg/! Also Happy Birthday my wife, who is 25 today. So /tg/ gets a picture of her as an evil, onion wielding lady.
>>23180371only problem is is that the check uses d6>>23180352ITS A GOOD PAIN.
>>23180452Why is she using the onions as a shield against a collapsing universe?
Happy birthday, you glorious bastards. Have we ever done a "/tg/ Sings" like /v/ and /mu/ do sometimes? I think with our record of terrible ideas turning out brilliant, we could throw out a winner, although I don't know what we'd sing.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pISzxdEgDCU
>>23180452Thanks, and happy birthday to your wife. And tell her that the onions aren't any good as a ward against faerie sprites. She better grab something iron if she wants to come out of this alive.
>>23180517I dont think they are faeries. I think, its some kind of magic shield, that her onions are evoking. It's a good think, at least it appears so.
>>23180509I remember that thread when he was first posted. We immediately crowned him King of /tg/ and begged to Moot to sticky the thread.I don't think anyone first watching that was quite prepared for the DWARVEN EPIC they were about to hear.
>>23180401There was just mention of a race called Feliidae and nothing else, and you assume catgirls. For all we know they could be the Cat from Red Dwarf or the Thundercats.
>>23180517We survived, and then we had tea. I give you the gift of hope, because you really can be a dungeons and dragons nerd in your thirties with a super-hot wife in her twenties.
Chapter Master! Oh...
>>23180548It could be our tribute to the king, then! I'm sure we have some talent buried somewhere in here.
>ctrl+f meatbread>0 resultsreally, /tg/?
Happy birthday, /tg/!I came here Back in 2010 after hearing about Deep Rot on another forum. The dedication to worldbuilding brought me to /tg/ and 4chan as well. I sometimes explore other boards (there ARE good discussions, here & there), i still hang around here mostly, because there's always SOMETHING interesting to be cooked up or talked about here.Sure, there's shitposting and asshattery and what-have-you, but that's part of any community. /tg/'s been a great ride so far, and I hope it continues to be!Thanks, /tg/! Happy birthday!
/tg/'s been helping me nuke Minnesota! For a Fallout game. If it works out, I'll collate everything into a campaign guide and put the PDF up for you.
>>23180640Where's the Cursed Meatbread? The soul-stealing one?
>>23180484>Why is she using the onions as a shield against a collapsing universe?Allow me to accurately and definitively answer that question with the the one-and-only pilot episode of The Amazing Screw-On Head.http://www.veoh.com/watch/v649295z4pD4n5F
>>23180640>>23180807Do not look directly at it.
>>23180839IT'S TOO LATEALL HAIL THE MEATBREADThat thread was side-splitting. I was tempted to do a meatbread thread myself not long before, since I'm one of the blessed few who can make a meatbread without it looking like an elder horror from beyond, but then this... thing was created and I knew, I knew then, that I could never come close to something so extraordinary.
>>23176947>4571771i remember this story and it was amazing
Never change, /tg/Happy birthday. Here's an oldie but a goodie.
>>23181006There ARE NO bones in human penises though
>>23176888>ONLY TO DROP YOU INTO MY BOTTOMLESS CESSPOOL OF BALLS.I fucking lost it.
>>23181043he didn't say human, did he?
>>23181043That's the joke.
>>23179401I'm always amused to see just how many of us are /d/ regulars.
>>23179401>>23181148>>23181274According to the chart 35% of /tg/ goes to /d/. Though I would be surprised if 80% or more of /d/ is from /tg/, especially considering >>>/d/4571856.
>>2318139849 have confirmed that they're from /tg/ whilst about 6 have said they're not. That's roughly 89% and, whilst these statistics are going to probably be inaccurate due to the anonymous factor, I think we can confirm that a majority on /d/ are also from /tg/.
>>23181398>>23181148/tg/ has always been /d/-lite. It's one of the reasons I like it here.
>>23181043He's talking about raccoons, I think, they DO have baculum bones.
Jesus, I can't remember how or when I got here. I mean, I don't even play tabletop or anything. Happy birthday nontheless, and keep on truckin' you magnificent motherfuckers.
Happy Birthday /tg/I Remember when you faggots used to roleplay all the time using these fucking images
>>23176766I lost it
>>23181594That reminds me of a woman I heard about. Apparently she was sexually attracted to walls. Yes, she had sex with walls, however that works. She cried when the Berlin Wall fell.
>>23176977I remember before I found out about /tg/ I printed this pic out and pinned it to my wall
>>23182260Is there a full set of them somewhere? They'd be useful to have on hand
Really? Well Happy Birthday, /tg/!
>>23179298fun fact, Icy Hot isn't fun on the sensitive bits either.
>>23183343http://www.1d4chan.org/wiki/War_puppetsNot broken into individual characters, unfortunately.
>>23183574I can't confirm this but life experience has led me to believe that the list of things that don't cause pain when you rub your balls with them is shorter than the list of things that do.
>>23183700well, I can't speak for balls, but it sure as hell isn't a party on a clit.
>>23183700Ditto for the urethra. That was quite a hospital visit.
>>23183697That's fine. Thanks.
>>23183867>>23183928I want stories, goddamnit.
>>23183867>>23183928>/tg/: We speak from experience.
>>23179173He ditched it in favour of WHH (not that there's anything wrong with that).
Well, that escalated quickly.
>>23183964same reason that one guy put marbles up his butt.FOR SCIENCEscience burns
>>23184076That's both beautiful and kind of terrifying.Did you work your way up to rubbing it on your genitals, or did you just plunge right in? (so to speak)
>>23184206But later /tg/ Lebron'd and fucked it all up.
>>23183964New guy on the cross country team put a glob of the shit down his pants during practice once.I think he ran 400 meters fast enough to compete with the track runners.Then he rolled around on the ground for a few minutes.
>>23184225Did Bill Murry show up?
>>23184153(not ureathra anon, by the way)Tried rubbing a residual amount on, then when things went south, so to speak, I tried to remove it with a tissue.I only succeeded in spreading it on a greater area.icy hot is also not kind to the labia.
>>23184265Yes.And choked.But I didn't have any screenshots from that part.
>>23179597and yet /tg/ doesn't like starship troopers
>>23184153Urethra anon here. Not much to tell. Just that urinary catheters aren't very fun and that for certain people inserting it can be rather painful. But hey, that's what anaesthetic cream is for.
>Still remember the warhammer wednesday threads on /b/, that caused the creation of /tg/.>I've been here more than 6 yearsWhat have I done with my lifeOh wait, I know. I spent a good amount of my highschool years playing videogames instead of studying, but it didn't really matter because the classes were piss easy and didn't need studying for anyways, after graduating with about a C+ to a B average, I let all my friends drift away as I spent the next four years or so sitting on my ass mooching off me mum and doing nothing with my life beyond posting on 4chan. Then I fell in love for the first time with a girl on the internet and acted like a clingy weirdo, naturally she got the hell out of dodge and I was incredibly devastated so I spent the next half a year getting my shit together, getting a job, hitting the gym, and finding new friends to do things with, now I'm going to university to become an engineer, work at a bar and spend some of my free time hiking around the backcountry in my province and the rest of my free time on the internet, and yet somehow I'm still living at me mum's place and posting on 4chan.I wonder what I should do
>>23184500Move out yer mums place and get an apartment you bum
>>23184500I don't know. Get your own place for increased independence?That's the thing about being a 4chan user. You could be an incredibly successful millionaire philanthropist professor with a medical degree who's saved countless lives and furthered society and you'd still just be another faggot retard posting on the asshole of the internet. And yet people always come back for more.
>>23184500>my province>me mumScotfag?
>>23180415This this this.[insert board here] was never good!So much time and energy is wasted by people talking shit about the good old days,i'm fairly new to /tg/ but i've seen /b/ be clogged and choked by people bitching about how bad it's gotten. Boards are made good by people bootin rather than moaning, and murdered by people who'd rather remember some golden, untrue period.I love /tg/, it's my favorite board, and although ive not been here long, i check it everyday before my e-mail, first thing.You're great.>>23180915This is a prime example of why.Happy Birthday.
Rolled 16>>23184440>Sexy nurse gently rubbing anesthetic cream over an exposed urethraFuck you anon. Rolling for a new fetish only today of all days.
>>23184500>>23176637Joining the whathaveidonewithmylife wagon.Ye gods.Six years.Imagine the useful things one could've done. But nope, still here.
>>23185292>Implying it wasn't a disgruntled filipino woman or a bro-douche male nurse who was just trying to get whatever they had to do over with so they could sit at the station and pretend to chartI hate my fucking coworkers
>>23185351Public hospitals really that bad? I work in a government and we actually take damn good care of our patients
>>23185292>>23185351You know, on no other board would the occasion arise where I have to refer to myself like this. But anyway, urethra anon here again. I believe it was a woman, though probably not a particularly attractive one, but it happened so long ago I'm not that sure.
>>23185409Depends on the hospital.when my grandfather was dying, one hospital treated him with the utmost care and dignity, another, my mum was visiting him, and stepped out for a smoke.when she came back in, one of the nurses had tied him to a chair with a bedsheet because he kept trying to get up and use the washroom, and she couldn't be bothered to explain to him that he had a catheter in.
>took 6 years to get 23 million posts
LOS TIBURONLA LUCHADOR
>>23185572Was that a request?
>>23185515>russian prepped up wearing glasses so big you can't see her face, even with her posing she still doesn't look very comely>Kunis is wearing a dirty sweater and sweat pants and looks like she just woke up from sleeping in themI mean Kunis isn't the hottest but even with everything against her she's still better than the 14 year old Russian.
>>23185409I'm a white guy but grew up with filipino best friends my entire life so I understand a fair bit of spoken tagalog, some of the things I have heard middle-aged filipino nurses say to patients when they think no one can understand is revolting.The bro-douches aren't any better, I couldn't tell you how many times I've saved someone's job (and in some cases life) by actually doing what they're supposed to.Not to say there aren't good nurses in public hospitals and that private hospitals, such as Kindred down here in So Cal (no clue if they are nation-wide), don't have complete shits for nurses, but speaking from experience they're a very small minority.
>>23186129I guess it is a matter of pride. I take pride in making people feel good and it shows in my work pretty much everyone who went through boot to do nursing does.
>>23186348I vastly enjoy my job, I'm like you in that respect, I love being able to help people and go to some of the more impoverished areas to run health fairs and the like. It's just in the places I have to go to actually earn a wage it sometimes feels like I am the only one who enjoys their job.
>>23176762She got taken over by /b/ and assimilated into us, /co/ and the various boards where /b/'s influence is thin.
Love this one.
TG Vs Spetsznaz