Kitsuun

from Australia

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    • Ooooh, you guys

      3 years ago

      Kitsuun

      I came back just in time, I'm so happy. You know what today is? Today is the day I get to use my favourite gif!

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      And next year I get to use the actual video, I'm so excited! :D

    • SpartanSloth asked Kitsuun a question

      Which one of the Mortal Kombat characters would you be able to defeat easily IRL? Also, how would you do it?

      Answered: Jun 2, 2016

      I've spent probably way too long thinking about this.


      It depends on whether or not I have to defeat them in some kind of fight. And if they know my intentions. Cause I mean, if they didn't know, I could probs take a few different ones- but I'd likely go with Johnny Cage cause he's annoying- and I would just walk up cut their femoral artery. Should be easy enough to do before they realise what's going on, and they'd pass out within a minute and be dead in a few more.


      In an actual fight, honestly I'd probably die. My reflexes are way too slow. They could be like "I'mma stab you in 10 seconds" and next thing I know, there would be a blade through me and I'd just say "Oh. Bugger." and watch myself bleed out until I passed out. XD That said, I'd have the best chance against someone big and slow. Or maybe Bo Rai Cho cause he's always drunk, so it would handicap him, hopefully. I'd go still go with cutting the femoral artery. Or neck if it were more accessible- since I wouldn't be trying to be subtle.

      And that's all just assuming that defeat = kill, cause I mean I could chloroform them and that would be a defeat, right? Cause they'd be helpless after that. XD Bo Rai Cho would definitely be the easiest in that scenario.

    • Wassuuuuup

      3 years ago

      Kitsuun

      Been what? Like 6 months since I was here last? I have no excuse- I just didn't really feel like anything at all and just procrastinated everything. Well, no, I was gonna come back for a it a few months ago, but it logged me out and I couldn't remember my password, so I guess that's an excuse... BUT ANYWAY, I have a story to tell.

      I hate children. SO much.


      Today, I went to the shops for a pair of jeans. They were in clearance for $10 down from like 40 (bit annoyed cause I really needed pants the other week, so I paid 40. -_-) But anyway, cause they were on sale, mum asked me to get her some too, and while I was there, there was another style. So I messaged mum asking if she wanted them as well, and while I was waiting for her to get back to me I grabbed some stuff to try on.


      While I was in the change room, this woman came in with her two feral sons, and proceeded to let the little brats pick the stall next to mine. Just so you know the extent of how annoy this is- there are like 10 stalls (well, normally like 20, but half were closed of today). Of those 10- I was in one, right down the end. Another woman was in one up the entrance end. The other 8 were free. Seven of then not directly next to me. And she let the little ferals pick the one that was..

      THEN, on top of being loud, obnoxious, chucking tantrums, crying and making all kinds of annoying noises (one of them was grunting or something. Like a gorilla, not even exaggerating) while they jumped and ran around the change room banging on the sides like little twits. To the point where the door on my stall was banging cause the wall was shaking so much. One of the little ferals decided to lie on the ground and keep looking under the stall at me.


      I was just kinda like dude.


      But then I sent half an hour in the change room not wanting to change back into my clothes because of the little peeping tom. T'was fun. Took some of those mirror selfies everyone always does.

      She ended up checking out around the time I made it to a different register. As she was leaving I told the cashier about her son, and how it was awkward. I don't think he knew how to react, and probably felt awkward me telling him, but I thought it funny in hindsight, and he saw how bad they were. So in my mind, I was like- now he'll have a story to tell too. XD


      Sooo, how have you guys all been?

    • Kid Stories

      3 years ago

      Kitsuun

      Warning: Long (but hopefully entertaining).

      So I watched podcast 351, and part of it got my thinking about some of the choices I made as I kid that confuse me now. I have a lot of these moments, even now. But I thought I'd share a couple from when I was in Kindergarten.

      I honestly can't count the number of times I received a look of befuddlement from my teacher that year, but I'm pretty sure the first one was when she was assessing how well we could count.
      Being the first year of school, most of the kids were counting to about 10-20. But- not to brag- I was pretty smart; I went to 109. Yes, one hundred and nine. Then I stalled. At this stage, my teacher was excited, encouraging me to keep going. But I didn't. And here's the thing: I don't even know why I stopped. I knew what came next, I could've gone to the 1000s if I wanted. But I dunno, I just pretended to think about it for a moment, then with a sigh and shrug said I didn't know. All I can think is that maybe I was bored of counting. Or maybe I just had a momentary block, but I didn't even try to think about it, I just pretended. My teacher seemed equally disappointed and perplexed that I "couldn't" do 110.

      Another time we had to draw ourselves as what we wanted to be when we grew up. But I didn't know what I wanted to be (I think that was the pressure of demand blocking me, cause I think at that stage I wanted to be a fighter fighter like my dad), and I felt it wasn't the teacher's business anyway, so I drew myself as a clown. And I- whose long blonde hair was so light it was almost white- drew myself with short brown hair, like my mum, cause I thought that it would turn like like when I grew older. So, imagine my teacher, looking from me to what was essentially a picture of my mum in a clown outfit. The look on her face is still clear as day in my mind. Priceless.

      And my last story is the first of only two times I went to sick bay ever. I was in the middle of class and just decided to tell my teacher I felt sick. For no reason. At all. I didn't even fake looking sick when I told her- I literally bounced up to her and said "I feel sick" as I meaningfully hugged my arms around my stomach. And she was like "ok" and I went to sick bay, where I laid down for about 10 minutes with a bucket until I got bored and went back to class.

      It's funny, because when I look back on more recent times where I've thought "whyyyy?" I know that I at least had some logic to it. I had a reason for making that choice. Sure, it may have been stupid, the logic may have been terrible, but at least there was reason to it. I can't say that about a lot of the things I did as a kid.

    • It's Been a While...

      3 years ago

      Kitsuun

      Sup, guys?! It's been a while since I've really used the sight. I mean, I've been lurking, but between life and procrastination, I really haven't been bothered to work out how the new site works. But I've got a bit of time right now! I've missed you guys! How have you been?

      I'mma tell you how I've been (warning, it's super long). I've mentioned this a few times, but I volunteer at a theatre (like, stage theatre with plays and junk). Usually it's just crew stuff- my preference is lighting operating, but I've done sound and ASM work as well, but that's neither here nor there, I'm getting side tracked. XD Anyway! Back in April, I also started doing lighting design. I've done three shows now, and I think I'm most proud of my most recent, which opened today!

      The first two shows I did, I worked with experienced directors, who knew exactly what they wanted in the lights; but this last one was with a first time director. He only had a few things he specifically wanted for the show, which gave me a lot of creative freedom. This is both really cool, and really, really daunting.

      After a week of hard work, lots of frustration (thank god I handle stress really well), everything was ready and opening was here. Obviously, I went to watch the show, and make sure nothing could go wrong. Plus it is actually a pretty awesome show- Comedy musical Jack and the Beanstalk- so there's that too.

      Act one goes perfectly (if we don't count me not liking my own lighting XD). Act two on the other hand- straight off the bat, they were in the wrong cue, things were dark when they shouldn't have been. Movers are doing things they shouldn't. That get's fixed. Cool. Right, they're in the right cue now, should be good from here on. Nope. Nope, nope, nope. The lights start flipping out. It keeps going into the post show cue. What the hell? I bolted upstairs to fix it. I get to the bio box, and the poor operator (it was her first show) had no idea what was going on, but she was doing exactly what I told her to do if something went wrong, so that was good. I look at the screen, and it was trying to do literally every. Single. Cue. Between the current one and post show. All at the same time. What. The. Hell. I realise of the cues, go into the correct one. Same thing happens. Maybe I didn't do it right. Try it again. This time it works. I let out the breath I didn't even know I was holding, look down at my hands and realise I'm shaking a tonne. I was so worried that I wouldn't be able to fix it and the entire second act would be in darkness. Good thing I didn't panic though, right? I then stuck around for a couple cues to make sure it'd work okay before heading back downstairs and enjoying the rest of the show- which ran fine. Thankfully.

      After the show I got autographs from the characters- and I photo with two of my favourites (the villains, obviously), and wore my favourite's jacket for a bit cause I had been wanting to all week. It was really comfy, I want it. Just to like, be evil and stuff. Downside, common sense did not prevail, and I ended up stinky from wearing the coat that he had been wearing for the last few hours under stage lights. Then I got rained on as I went home.

      Apart from the panic attack in the middle, it was a good day.

      TL;DR: I did lighting design and I'm proud of it, but things went bad in opening show. Luckily I was there to save the day. Then I wore a sweaty jacket and got rained on. The day was good.

      There's probably a lot of information irrelevant to the story in there, but I am really tired, so I don't care. XD

      How have you guys been?! :D

    • Today

      4 years ago

      Kitsuun

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      I know, I know, it's just like:

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      I will use this gif every year, I'm not even kidding

      Apparently it happens every year. Sucks, I know. But it can't be stopped, so may as well celebrate-- which I can legally do in any country now, being 21 and all. XD

    • Strange

      4 years ago

      Kitsuun

      So Yesterday, mum found the hot tap of our bathroom basin running. We assumed that one of the boys must have forgotten to turn it of after washing their hands, and just turned it off- no big deal. Or so I thought.

      This morning, I went to rinse my brekkie bowl at the kitchen sink. I turned on the cold tap, rinsed my bowl, and turned cold tap off. But the water didn't stop running. I thought maybe it got stuck and I needed to turn it a little harder. Nope, it was off. So I thought maybe it was the hot tap, turned it, water went off. But I didn't turn the tap on to begin with, so I was really confused.
      Then, in the shower, the water suddenly got really hot and stayed that way. I asked Tris if anyone messed with the taps while I was in there, and he said no.

      So, I've come up with a few theories:
      The first, is that our pipes and taps are screwed;
      The second is thar someone upset Jarvin and he's taking it out on the taps (I highly doubt this, though. Jarvin is a pretty chill ghost);
      The third- and while my first theory makes a compelling argument, I think this is the most likely- we recently obtained a poltergeist with a tap fetish.

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    • My Dream Last Night

      4 years ago

      Kitsuun

      I wrote it out, and it's 900 words long, so I'm not putting it all here, but the gist of it is this:

      I bumped into Emma Watson on a train, befriended her, and accidentally joined her drug gang that was led by Winona Ryder, then I watched Allison Argent (the character, not Crystal Reed) shoot an arrow through a gang members chest because he had a meltdown and refused to partake in the gangs group drug time; so then I ended up taking some so I wasn't next.
      Then, while secretly getting some meds to counteract the drugs from a creepy nurse in her off time, I somehow ended up becoming an inside man to try and take the gang down, but I'm pretty sure I was getting screwed over by the nurse. So basically I was screwed either way. All because I met Emma Watson on a train.

    • 4 years ago

      Kitsuun

      So I was watching this weeks podcast and I think Miles' certificate is one of the most weirdly relate-able things I've listened to in a while. If I were to ever get an certificate in something- that's what it'd be. Well, either that, or a certificate for "Hurting myself in the most minor, stupid way, while doing something with potential for a more serious injury" because I have a knack for that too.

      But back to the original point- one thing that comes to mind was a few months ago. I was operating a show at the theatre that used a few prop knives. The ones with the retractable blade. I was walking across the stage, when one of the other crew, whom was playing with one of these knives, said "Hey, Jess, can I stab you?" And me, being me, was like "Sure!" and walked right over there to be stabbed. She stabbed me, then- again, me being me- I decided to pretend to die and fell backwards. I put my hand down to catch myself, but as luck would have it, out of all the places I could put my hand- I put it on literally the one tiny little piece of shredded metal on the ground. I got the tiniest cut (like 2 or 3mm long), but it started bleeding, and my stage manager saw it. I managed to convincer her to let me find the shard of metal before she pulled out the first aid kit and put a band-aid on it, then made me fill out an incident report. Incident reports suck to fill out.
      At the end of the shows run, SM made everyone up a bag of lollies and gave us a nickname on the front. Mine said 'Jess "The Pro"'. I think about 10 minutes after getting it, I hurt myself doing something stupid (like walked into a door, or the rail the goes up the middle of the stairs, or something like that), and she said "I should have written 'The Klutz' on yours"

      Miles' certificate also just reminded me of when I was at a school camp in grade 7. One of the teachers was giving out these little award thingys, and my award was for "The Blondest Moment". Now, I know, that I'm a pretty blonde person sometimes. I do a lot of idiotic things. But when I got it, I couldn't remember doing anything overly stupid. I asked my teacher about it- and she couldn't even remember. She told me "I don't remember, but it was one of the blondest things I've ever seen." Personally, I think if that were true, she'd have remembered it.

  • Questions answered by Kitsuun

    I've spent probably way too long thinking about this.


    It depends on whether or not I have to defeat them in some kind of fight. And if they know my intentions. Cause I mean, if they didn't know, I could probs take a few different ones- but I'd likely go with Johnny Cage cause he's annoying- and I would just walk up cut their femoral artery. Should be easy enough to do before they realise what's going on, and they'd pass out within a minute and be dead in a few more.


    In an actual fight, honestly I'd probably die. My reflexes are way too slow. They could be like "I'mma stab you in 10 seconds" and next thing I know, there would be a blade through me and I'd just say "Oh. Bugger." and watch myself bleed out until I passed out. XD That said, I'd have the best chance against someone big and slow. Or maybe Bo Rai Cho cause he's always drunk, so it would handicap him, hopefully. I'd go still go with cutting the femoral artery. Or neck if it were more accessible- since I wouldn't be trying to be subtle.

    And that's all just assuming that defeat = kill, cause I mean I could chloroform them and that would be a defeat, right? Cause they'd be helpless after that. XD Bo Rai Cho would definitely be the easiest in that scenario.