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[General] Fede's Ultimate Superior Tulpa Guide
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(07-13-2012, 01:49 AM)ThatOneGuy Wrote: I just want to try and keep discussion civil. It's foolish to instigate arguments somewhere like this. It's not 4chan, like so many of you seem to think.

Fede and his big Jew nose are leading fine young tulpaforcers astray.
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(07-13-2012, 01:42 AM)Guest Wrote: English is more like Cell from DBZ. It has the DNA of all of the best warriors.

The English language is filled with more contradictions than the bible. It's horribly inefficient at re-using words, and uses the exact same spelling for words with totally different pronunciations and meanings. The structure for forming compound words is mediocre and are confusing as hell to non English speakers. English is the second hardest language in the world to learn, yet it's the most commonly spoken.

You need to get on my level and learn Cyrillic based languages (mainly Russian). English is Cyrillic's prison bitch.
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(07-13-2012, 01:53 AM)LucidAcid Wrote: The English language is filled with more contradictions than the bible. It's horribly inefficient at re-using words, and uses the exact same spelling for words with totally different pronunciations and meanings. The structure for forming compound words is mediocre and are confusing as hell to non English speakers. English is the second hardest language in the world to learn, yet it's the most commonly spoken.

You need to get on my level and learn Cyrillic based languages (mainly Russian). English is Cyrillic's prison bitch.

The arbitrary rules and contradictions help separate the retards from those of us with intellect.
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#34
Then discuss the guide in a civil manner instead of purely resorting to insults if you disagree with it.
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#35
I wonder how many academics saw my title via Twitter. Oh my.
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#36
Hey yo fede bro man thing. How the fuck do you constantly visualize during imposition. Distractions man, distractions.
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Why can't we all just get along?

Srsly guiz.

He's been fighting for this for ages. Theories are all different, some people would make a Tulpa like this and laugh at any other method just like you guys are with your antiparroting and arguing about engrish.
Name - Silver
Form - Harpy
Sentience - fully sentient
Personality - Playful, cheerful, enthusiastic, chilled
Smell - Baileys
Stage - Narration and imposition
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#38
I say that people should always do what works for them and not rip on other methods. I just don't think this is as conventional as most other methods...and I think the risks of failure make things a bit more difficult. So perhaps it works better for some people, but figuring out whether it works or not leads to increased difficulties in forcing? I dunno. I guess it's a gamble at this point, until more test it out.
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#39
I'll be interested to see how this works for you, Fede. Luke doesn't like that the tulpa has no 'home' other than your own simply because they are powerless in our world and free to do anything in our minds. I honestly wouldn't be surprised if your tupper makes her own place where she can be allowed to do more things.

But maybe she won't know what she's missing or whatever and will end up just enjoying it this way.

Tell us what happens when she starts vocalizing.

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#40
What a beautiful title, thank you Fede.
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