User talk:Violet B
Violet is currently on vacation in Tahiti with her boyfriend. Sorry, but she's too busy sipping margaritas and sunning on the beach to answer comments here. Well wishes are appreciated, and MCM faculty has my permission to delete harassment. It's been fun, Malton!
You, were 'my' pleasure
The talking down you gave me after I flashed you the teeth, I will remember for the rest of my in-game life. You taught me a few lessons those few days I spent in the campus, and for that, I thank you.
...srs tho, mini skirt dress policy for the nurses, k? Trust me on this, it's the future.
|I was killed by DJ Talent and all I got was this|
23:35, 18 May 2012 (BST)
Some time back, by CRES Doctor noticed the The Big Prick was beginning to stagnate, leading him to put out a call for individuals interested in helping TBP move forward. I have volunteered my services to help this happen. In my humble opinion, the idea behind the formation of TBP was among the more unique in Malton's history. In its time, it broke up the monotony that was quickly setting in and gave adventurous individuals a chance to try something new. It also helped de-stigmatize people regarding combat revives and make Malton a place where those of dual nature could have a chance to explore their separate agendas. As many of these issues are not as large as they once were, it may seem we have reached a time when Malton no longer needs The Big Prick. I say, it's not all about being needed. Do you still enjoy reviving zombies? Is your first response at a break-in to check for brain rot? Mine is. Being a prick is not a job, it is part of who we are, and though it may not need us in the same way that it once did, with the rise of Apathy and the decline of survivor groups in Malton, the city cannot afford to lose the Big Prick. Accordingly, I have begun reworking some of the format of TBP pages including a retool of the main page and the introduction of and achievement system that will let pricks gain recognition on their own time on their own terms. As a person who still chooses to fly the colors of TBP, I would appreciate your feedback on my talk page or on the TBP forum. Thank you for your time and may your syringes never be blunted. -- Friday, 31 August 2012