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http://www.artscow.com/photo-gifts/watches

 

Get image that reminds you of tupper, maybe their favorite game or show, shop in tupper name, upload image and order for ~12 bux, enjoy your tupperwatch. I did this but the pin holding it together fell out and watch repair stores told me to screw off because the watch was so inexpensive it wasn't worth it to them. Despite the price they're actually REALLY nice once they show up. It's just shiny paper inside the watch, but it's high quality, possibly laminated. I personally like the Sport Metal Watch and Stainless Steel Analogue Men’s Watch. Those look the most fancy/high quality.

 

They have a metric shitton of custom image products you can get for the cheap, often with free shipping and discounts if you let them send you weekly emails. I've gotten stuff from them a lot of times. WOULDN'T YOU ALL LIKE TO HAVE TUPPER MOOSEPAD AND KEYCHAINS? I would if I could learn to draw or photoshop.

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I just drew symbols on my arms/hands in sharpie. Works like a charm, and it's basically free. Only downside I can see is that you have to re-draw them after a while.

 

Fun fact: I've only had a single person question me about their meaning, and I told him flatly that they were "mnemonic devices intended to represent my nascent second consciousness". He didn't seem to know how to respond to that.

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I just drew symbols on my arms/hands in sharpie. Works like a charm, and it's basically free. Only downside I can see is that you have to re-draw them after a while.

 

Fun fact: I've only had a single person question me about their meaning, and I told him flatly that they were "mnemonic devices intended to represent my nascent second consciousness". He didn't seem to know how to respond to that.

 

I would have just punched you in the face and phoned the police.

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I saw the title and thought "Nooooooonononononohgodnooooo"

 

But this is actually a neat idea, I've thought of doing this before. However I've now made it a habit to call for my tulpa if I don't hear her for long enough, not sure if I need one.

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I used to write my arms full of reminders and then feel ashamed or cheesy in the morning and wash those away - Sounds like a good and less dramatic substitute. If i bothered. The need is getting smaller as well.

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It might not be an option for kiddies, but since I like to play around with Zippo lighters, I decided to order one engraved with my tulpa's name. Don't really need a reminder to narrate on a regular basis at this point, but sometimes when I'm lazing about I need a little kick in the pants to remind me to stop slacking and force with her.

 

It works as a good, discrete reminder because it fits easily into my pocket when I go out into the world, people aren't likely to ask me if they can see it, and even if someone borrows it for a moment, they aren't likely going to look at it in-depth. What's more, it's brushed steel, which makes it a little harder to notice on first glance that it's engraved. Even if they defy the odds and do study it enough to see the engraving, I can just make something up pertaining to the Egyptian goddess. I still might get a weird look, but it sure beats explaining why I drew on my arm with a Sharpie as if I were in middle school.

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There's plenty of other everyday items you can order custom engraved too. Pens come to mind.

 

Or if cheap, get some blank sticker paper, print your tulpa's symbol or whatever on it, add contact paper to enhance durably (printer ink runs easily), cut out and stick on whatever.

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Looking at the guide at a glance without going into detail, this is a useful way for anyone that wants to get into militant reinforcement of acknowledging their tulpa. Since after all, it’s mostly about finding ways to get their existence known to the host until the mind makes the connections and whatever it does that we can’t explain that presumably makes them real.

 

However, the title of the guide submission is a bit misleading since there’s not really anything for narration other than explaining that this would be a unique mode of process for more productive narrating. There’s not much that needs to be stated here other than the fact that it’s a pretty concise methodology for people to get into.

 

  • You may want to change the tag, seeing how this may be a [Misc] or even [Tips] if the sub-forum ever gets created for guide submissions like this.

 

  • When you stated the “downside” of this, it doesn’t really seem to be something detrimental for anyone wanting to incorporate this to their daily activities. So it should go without saying that at some point the individual will want to take a break and take off the watch or whatever medium they use for symbolic reinforcement to narrate/visualize/impose/or any other tulpa-related activities.

 

  • At the end when you talked about the phone method being something you could be better at doing, I’m not sure if that part is needed since this method can be just as useful depending on how creative the person is with it

 

As for the actual labeling/tagging for this guide submission, it would be a decent for “Forcing/Concentration,” but for narration, there’s not really a process that informs anyone how to narrate, it’s merely an approach that can be a supplement for it and others.

 

This would be better in the Tips section or whatever subforum GAT and Tulpa.info Staff finds suitable, but it’s not really a “guide” in the intention you had it for tagging. Not sure if the user is still active seeing how there’s only two posts for their profile in the time this post was made, but if they aren’t active anymore, it should be shifted to the proper section.

 

Disapproved on my end unless there’s some modification for the intention of the guide submission.

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The only way this can be approved as a guide is if I'm allowed to write a guide about how to order toilet paper with your tupper's picture.

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