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2021.12.02 06:32 NateTheGreat3602 Naoya Enomoto
I. An Appreciation For The Finest Of Humor
ROSE: How's that coffee coming?
DAVE: off the shit is how
DAVE: all being like
DAVE: in cups and everything
There’s a scene from Ever17 that I think about a lot, and out of everything that happened in the game, I’d say it’s probably what’s stuck with me most after having finished the novel. After all of the character exploration, sci-fi mystery nonsense, comedy, and heartache of the game, one singular moment managed to stick with me more than anything else, and it’s probably one I’d hazard a guess that no one else who’s played the game thinks as highly of as I do, but I hope that once I explain, it will be clear why I hold it so close to my heart.
On the third day of Kid’s version of events, the question of how You and Sara know each other gets raised, and they begin to talk about the events of that fateful day at Kyumeikan Girls High School. In this story, You brings Sara all the way to the Hacking Club’s room, and asserts that Sara will be joining the club, without even asking for permission. It’s a fairly standard scenario for japanese media, a club about to shut down, and a new student being dragged in to keep the member count high enough, definitely anyone who’s watched a decent amount of anime will be familiar with, but Ever17 puts a bit of a twist on it.
You’s obviously being very pushy about the whole thing, basically not even asking Sara for her opinion. Hell, even without that, the clubroom is even described to be in a total state of disarray, there’s even a stuffed bumblebee just lying about for seemingly no reason. It’s here that Sara decides to fight back with action rather than words. She approaches a computer, beginning to type on it, and performs an action that she believes will kill any interest in getting her to join. When she executes the program she just typed up, every computer in the clubroom displays the same image.
A bumblebee, who winks, sticks out its tongue, and then kills every computer in the room.
It’s after this that Sara stands up, and says the only logical followup to that sequence of events.
You get it now?
Infinity is filled with a lot of incomprehensible moments, but this one just latched onto my brain and hasn’t let go, there’s just so much to think about in it. How did You just happen to pick someone who was randomly an expert in the specific field the club was about? Why did Sara not literally just walk away? Did the school fine Sara for pretty much destroying their computers? Did Sara just … have this program ready? Did it just happen to perform the exact animation that matches the distinctive stuffed bee already in the clubroom? If not then did she literally animate that entire sequence in a matter of minutes? Why did she even use the bee in the first place? And most importantly WHY is there no CG of the bee??? I’ve been tormented for the past year trying desperately to imagine Ever17 Bee and I’m afraid at this point I’ll never get to see it with my own eyes. Why has Uchikoshi seen fit to damn me so!!??!?!?
There’s a lot of ways to define a perfect moment. A scene in which the building emotional conflict is resolved all at once, in a sweeping grand symphony of character motivations and satisfying arc conclusions. A narrative payoff that ties together the entire plot in a neat bow and leaves you dumbfounded how they were able to so seamlessly work in this story without you noticing. Hell, even just an instance of comedy that happens to hit you just right, so you can laugh along with the story. These are all valid ways to think of storytelling, but one often ignored aspect of enjoyment of media is the gap between the story and us, the zone where narrative intention and human enjoyment refuses to mesh, the ironic enjoyment.
This is what I crave most in media, the moments that absolutely destroy me through incomprehensibility, leaving me doubled over in laughter over something the story clearly thinks should be taken seriously. The Boy
in Never7, Haruka
in Never7, Saki
in Never7, and of course, Ever17 Bee
in Ever17 are all fantastic examples of this. Aspects of their respective media that were clearly written with serious intent behind them, but fall short in the most hilarious way possible that I’ll probably never stop thinking about them for the rest of my life. This is what a perfect moment is to me, but here’s the question. What happens when this disconnect between the narrative treatment of the scene and our actual experience with the character is
the intent? Well, let me tell you what happens then: We get one of the funniest characters in fiction. Okay so funny story, this cut is actually too long to fit in either a single or two separate reddit posts, so I've decided to split it up into three different posts. This number gave me the brilliant idea to recreate the three-point teleportation of the game through the use of the cut's sections! So, for the next section of the cut, please follow this link here to the second post, then follow the link there to the third at the end of section 2, and return here after section 3. I know, I'm a genius, and this is the most convenient post system ever, you don't need to point it out for me to recognize this. IV. Satirical Perfection
But there's one more thing... Like the sugar in coffee, we need one more thing… How does sugar taste? It's a wonderful taste, right? So humans...can never live entirely alone. You still don't get it? People can only know sweetness when they join together... Love.
There’s this category of pages on TV Tropes called “Self-Demonstrating Articles” in which the topic being discussed by the articles is demonstrated to the reader through the use of the article employing the trope that is the current topic. It’s a very meta use of the site and I’ve always thought it was kind of a cool thing that some articles do. Unfortunately most of these articles are pretty bad but we don’t have to worry about that. I’m bringing this up because thus far I’ve written this cut in a very serious manner, explaining every little detail of what I believe builds up my perspective and what I believe makes Enomoto’s screen presence so perfect, but to be honest, none of that really matters here.
The reason I love Enomoto isn’t because of the amazing writing behind the feeling the scene gives you or the subtle implications built into every line. While those are certainly things to be commended, what I love about Enomoto is how fucking funny he is conceptually, and thus I don’t think a serious essay on his successes as a character would be very fitting. Much like how Enomoto treats topics that Satoru believes are of grave significance without a care in the world, I’d like to bring this discussion down to a more casual level. What I’m saying is I got tired of writing seriously and just kind of want to write about how fucking funny this dude is lmao.
Like seriously who the fuck is this guy it’s such a jarring moment entering into this little secret lair only to have this random dude with the least notable design humanly possible chatting you up like an old best friend. It’s basically a direct translation of the idea of a traditional video game NPC, just chilling out waiting for you wherever they’re programmed to just to give you five lines of dialogue and a random item and then never exist ever again. His mere existence is inexplicable and fucking hilarious from a story perspective, as he’s just this NPC who has been sitting in this locked room for four days straight waiting to drop his exposition dump, which don’t worry, I’m getting to. Funniest thought experiment is imagining Satoru finding this room in the middle of the night and finding Enomoto just snoozing like what do you do then lol big exposition dump ruined.
Anyway, continuing with the actual contents of the scene, the next thing to happen in the narrative is Satoru basically just laying out every single problem he’s been trying to work out through the story, from the transfers to the attempts on his own life. And here’s the important part, this absolute legend, this fucking king Enomoto just straight chad ignores the entire last two thirds of Satoru’s life problems
, not even giving them a single care in the world. Mans out here ranting about how there is a shadow figure trying to literally murder him and Enomoto sips at his coffee going “damn that sucks but did I ask”. This is amazing. What’s even more amazing is his reaction to the part he cares about in Satoru’s explanation, which is applauding him and give a singular “Bravo” to his efforts. What a supportive guy we all need an Enomoto in our life to clap and say bravo when we explain our magical time travel adventure and then move on.
Now here’s the important part, here’s where you need to pay the fuck attention, because this is quite possibly the second best moment ever written in all of fiction (the best is coming shortly). Remember all that shit I talked about in the previous three sections, the three separate topics that are barely related in terms of subject matter, this is where they all swirl together in a writing maelstrom of perfection, sucking me into the abyss of perfection, never being able to recover from witnessing the absolute chattitude on display in this scene.
Let’s review what I’ve discussed so far: 1) The most striking examples of what I consider to be perfect scenes are ones where the intended emotional impact is completely at odds with the occurrences within the scene, making a surreal otherworldly feeling to witnessing the events play out. 2) I fucking hate mysteries and spending time in stories discussing said mysteries, thus needless exposition scenes are basically a plague on storytelling from my perspective. 3) The atmosphere of Enomoto’s introduction is able to successfully suck the player into believing that this is where the veil is being completely thrown off of the mystery for good and that they’ve finally escaped from the maze to meet the man on top, no matter how oddly he acts against their expectations. So how does this scene manage to completely win me over by using these three different ideas perfectly? Enomoto walks over to the device in the room. Enomoto places his hand on the device in the room Enomoto explains that this device does the thing. Enomoto is finished explaining how the transfers happen.
Holy shit. I cannot describe in words how perfect this moment is in every way. It’s like if the writers purposefully took the ridiculousness of the Ever17 Bee moment and built an entire character around doing fucking incomprehensible actions on loop and then pretending like they did anything of merit to the story. It’s like if they looked at long winded and tired explanations of mysteries and fans who wanted every little thing to be explained and laughed in their face. It successfully uses that atmosphere of finality, of unveiling the truth, to kick you in the shins and go lmao this guy doesn’t care about telling you anything he’s literally just here to have a good time.
Of course, people who have played Remember11 might be questioning me a little on these points, as yes, Enomoto does go deeper into an explanation shortly after this, but there are two important points to remember. First of all, this is the tone setter for the exposition, this idea that he’s just going to look you in the eyes and tell you some useless bullshit and then move on. Second of all, that tone setter literally never changes, the rest of the exposition is just truth buried under layers of incomprehensibility, with the exception of the one singular instance of him actually answering the mysteries of the transfers in the middle of the insanity of the rest of the speech. The fact that he does actually say something important buried under this isn’t a blow to the satirical nature of the rest of the exposition either, if anything it just makes the rest funnier due to the fact that this scene is actually important so you do have to pay attention to all of the hilarious bullshit.
Anyway, now that I’ve successfully explained why this ten seconds of dialogue are peak kino, let’s move on. Satoru proceeds to go “what the fuck man” and inquire more like an absolute doofus, not understanding the sigma grindset that Enomoto is on by not answering clearly. Enomoto does cave in to these though, and proceeds to begin a bit more of a solid explanation, but not before saying one of the funniest sequences of two lines ever written
(The Joke of Enomoto’s Two Lines is that he says let’s go in order and then says “about the latter” (This is what my humor has devolved into (I’m basically the Enomoto version of the Joker
I won’t go over the entire explanation at this snail’s pace speed of analysis because that would take all year, but I will hit the major points of note as they come up. The first of these is the fact that one of his earliest orders of business is to just casually correct Satoru that it’s not being personalities transferred, but space itself, which he drops in just about the chillest manner possible, not even giving a shit about how much of a shock this is to Satoru. Basically I’m saying he continues to be a chad.
Thankfully, in order to explain this in more detail, he breaks out a fucking powerpoint presentation of the transfer’s effects on mount akakura and sphia, which is what I can only assume he was slaving away on for four days straight in this basement. Either that or he was just REALLY into watching mental patients play basketball, which, like, fair.
Thankfully, despite this powerpoint presentation being able to more clearly present his points to Satoru and the audience, the incomprehensibility of what he’s saying isn’t lost at all because it only just ramps up from here on out. In fact, I’d probably say the powerpoint being so clear cut just enhances what’s to come in his exposition dumps, much like the singular recognizable instrument in the backing track of Nucleus, the piano, enhances the incomprehensibility of the rest of the indecipherable beats you’re hearing.
The most notable of these moments that follow up the more “simple” explanation of events is the fact that he just casually drops the concept of Satoru and Kokoro’s consiousnesses literally just dissociating from their body and chilling out for seemingly no reason which is just absolutely fucking awesome because what??? what the fuck are you talking about enomto.
This only becomes more awesome when Satoru asks about why
it’s specifically the two of their consciousnesses left behind and Enomoto essentially just turns to him and goes “lol. lmao.
” and then moves on. Which like, in the moment you might think means he’s getting to it later, but NO this just is not explained EVER in the entire game, which is fucking awesome of course gotta love ambiguity, but the best part is that the only reason we don’t know is that Enomoto just chad refused to elaborate and moved on seemingly to just fuck with Satoru ??? I love this man so much.
Satoru then just kind of literally explains the entire point of the game
regarding Self’s search for the truth of the world and that’s a little neat how much foreshadowing there is to that aspect in this scene and also maybe the entire fucking game idk I only replayed this part for the write-up. Also if you didn’t notice I’m splitting up the part where I actually talk about Enomoto based on when the scenes in game are split up so that’s all that actually happens in this segment but since I didn’t find a natural spot to put this: I just think it’s really funny that in the powerpoint presentations Enomoto represented their minds in their chest
and thus I headcanon that he just straight up does not understand human anatomy. Too busy hitting the quantum mechanics textbooks in biology class. Speaking of…… 7. Somehow it gets even better
Blacker than a moonless night, hotter and more bitter than Hell itself... That is coffee.
Despite Satoru’s, uh, let’s say slight mental pushback against the concepts presented by Enomoto, he still pretty much has to just accept the fact that, yes, this is really happening to him. This is because, obviously, he has firsthand solid evidence to prove to himself that it is happening, that being his personal account, and this is what I love so much about this scene. Without context it’s just this completely incomprehensible pile of ideas that you’ll probably write off without a second thought as overcomplicated sci-fi crap and move on to the more grounded parts of the narrative, but that’s really not possible to do with this scene, because it’s fully framed as an answer
to that more “grounded” mystery. Because of this, you have to cling on to every word out of Enomoto’s brilliant mouth and try to fit this jagged piece into your incomplete mental puzzle of the situation. Or you can just laugh at the absurdity of it lmao
Thankfully, Enomoto, the kind and considerate expositive NPC that he is, decides to help you with a visual demonstration, and this is where things go from awesome to fucking awesome. First of all, this isn’t something anyone would realize when first going through the game, but let me show you an image of this prototype that Enomoto breaks out for the demonstration
. Okay, you got it, you recognize this complex series of boxes and tubes and glass cases? Now I want you to remember what the finalized version of the time-space transfer device looks like in the cube at Hotarubi mine. Because, if you recall, Enomoto was just fucking lying about the device being the giant computer for, uh, basically no reason? Maybe he was just doing a little trolling. Or he was just confused. Whatever, this point is important so please keep it in mind for later sections.
But yeah, back to the finalized version of the time-space transfer device, if you recall what it looks like, it’s a fucking black sphere hanging from a chain. It’s just, they just, how did. Like, the prototype works by putting two objects into the two glass cages and transferring between them, but that’s obviously
not how the final version works because, well it’s contained within one of the transfer areas inside of a black fucking sphere so like ??? This isn’t important but it does add to the incomprehensibility of that final scene of YUKIDOH Plan Failure Ending which is always nice. Maybe Yukidoh just told Enomoto to lie to Satoru so he could insult Self for not figuring it out if he needed to. Yeah that sounds right.
Anyway, Enomoto being Enomoto obviously just immediately jumps right back into the scientific quantum physics explanations that he’s literally already gone over, and here we have one of he best Satoru moments in the scene where he basically just tells Enomoto to fuck off and shut up
, which is just great. The game knows how tiring this scene is and is absolutely not afraid to have Satoru speak the player’s mind of “what the fuck” and “please stop”.
Enomoto obliges Satoru’s request to just jump straight into the demonstration and begins setting it up. After reenacting segregation
he begins to explain what the cups represent, as a special bonus sequel to one of the best plot points in fiction, that being Hokuto’s explanation of what the sugar in the coffee represents in Ever17. Naturally, in that game, the sugar in the coffee had such a deep explanation that Hokuto couldn’t even explain all of it under the short time limit afforded to them inside of LeMU, driving the sole motivating factor for You during the climax, that being to find out what the fuck the sugar in the coffee could possibly represent. This, of course, paid off spectacularly with the best reveal in fiction, that being what the sugar in the coffee represented, as elegantly explained by Hokuto in everyone’s favorite Ever17 scene.
Unfortunately for us, Enomoto’s chosen metaphor for the coffee isn’t nearly as deep, but it is equally as funny. First, he labels the white coffee as representing Kokoro, and the black as representing Satoru, to lay out the ground rules for the demonstration, a pretty innocuous moment. Where this moment then becomes fucking hilarious and also the most threatening exchange ever written is when, right after declaring Satoru as the black coffee, he picks up that cup, drinks it, and then declares it as delicious
. This, right here, is possibly the single greatest Enomoto exchange in the whole game. Imagine a man locking eyes with you after fifteen hours of powerpoint presentations on impossible sci-fi delusions, and then saying “this is you” about a drink and then metaphorically voring you and commenting on your taste. Holy shit man.
Continuing, though, Enomoto picks up the white cup and takes a sip from it, and the absolute way he just fucking despises milk coffee
is so infinitely funny to me, it’s just not relevant at all but he cannot help but elaborate on this point. Gotta make sure his opinion on milk coffee is made absolutely one hundred percent clear to Satoru, no room for misinterpretation, he needs you to know that black coffee fucking rules and milk coffee fans are going to hell because milk coffee is fucking stupid. Also, I apologize for earlier when I said it’s not relevant at all, because Satoru, continuing as the player’s representation for this scene, makes a similar assertion to Enomoto, which is quickly struck down and denied because confirming opinions on the taste is VITAL to understanding the joke of quantum teleportation
. This joke will become clear soon enough, but first, this side tangent then leads into yet another demonstration of just how sick Satoru is of this whole setup.
Satoru, if the player has previously chosen, or chooses here, that they prefer milk coffee over black coffee, will just straight up go on a similar tangent to Enomoto regarding milk coffee superiority, and then literally insult Enomoto’s health because of his preferences
. Like damn this dude just went right for the jugular, skipped over a few steps of the argument, going straight from “it just isn’t the same without it, you know?” to “you’re going to fucking die idiot”. Satoru has absolutely no chill here and it just builds up throughout the whole scene. Well, that is, unless you pick black coffee in which case they just kind of agree and move on. This also leads into the first time we see Enomoto get like genuinely upset over something
, the most out of him before was simple boredom and lamenting his role as Satoru’s expositor. Here he’s just like clearly pissed off by Satoru’s preferences and insult. Basically, these two have the perfect two man dynamic and need to get married.
Speaking of these two being just the most gay characters ever put to screen, can we talk about the specific choice to have Satoru’s cup of coffee be the one that Enomoto loves, while Kokoro’s is the one he despises? Like I’m not saying this means he’s gay, however, his storyline is pretty much just about chilling with the college bestie and devoting his entire career up to this point just going along with Yukidoh’s plan for no real personal stake. Like, sure, he could just be in it for the science points, but we know what’s up. Also DO NOT give me the counterpoint that he could just be calling his own body delicious, because we do see this strange obsession with his own body a few times later on, because he specifically calls the cup the body, while later on we get clarification that the taste is Satoru. Sorry, I’m skipping ahead, but I gotta be clear on how gay this mf is.
Anyway, Satoru either does or doesn’t drink the cups, it doesn’t really matter beyond the demonstration just not being as cool if he doesn’t lol, so I’ll just assume he does for this section. Oh, also Enomoto straight up laments how it would work better if he had drank from it so that’s pretty awesome, gotta wonder why he doesn’t just run it back after blowing Satoru’s mind. As for the actual demonstration though, this is one of the few parts that I don’t really have that much to say about, it’s just a straight up good demonstration of the game’s transfers for anyone who didn’t get it from the powerpoints. Although, this success at being a comprehensible demonstration also plays into the followup to this scene, this being the single greatest line written in the history of mankind.
After the completion of the demonstration, despite the fact that logically nothing should have changed about the cups beyond their location, Enomoto convinces Satoru to take a drink from one of the cups. And it’s here that we find out that, similar to the large scale time-space phenomena happening throughout the game, this one too doesn’t just simply transfer the objects within the area with no residual effects. This is because, as Enomoto puts it so brilliantly:
Even though the “material” of the coffee and cup has changed, the “concept” of its deliciousness remains.
This is the best line in fiction, this is the single greatest sci-fi concept ever conceived by mankind, this is the peak of human civilization and no one should even try writing anything ever again because we’ve already reached the stars and beyond with this one fucking line. Like, just reading this is such an amazing incomprehensible moment. The detachment of consciousnesses is already bullshit enough, it’s something never set up before, never explained for why it happens, it just kind of does, and god I love the fact that it does so much. But this? This isn’t even plot relevant, you didn’t have to include that in the game, and yet you did. You made the purposeful decision to put the plot point “And then the coffee’s taste as a metaphysical concept detaches from the physical item of the coffee” and like??? Why??? Why does this happen???
I could talk about this for years, it makes me so so so fucking happy that this is just never elaborated on, never explained, no one even thinks about this ever again. It’s just tucked away in this one singular moment that fiction decided to reach into my life and change me forever. The best part is that I could probably even argue this as beneficial to the metanarrative??? The concept of characters we have in our head is similar to the human’s concept of taste, something that is explicitly pointed out as being fickle and changing and not really “existing” in any meaningful way beyond the idea of it in our mind, the same way the consciousness of a body is just the electricity running through our brain creating thoughts in accordance with our meat puppet’s organ functions. Neither of these really exist yet our perception of their existence allows them to detach. Is that what the game is trying to say??? Am I talking bullshit??? I don’t know and I don’t really fucking care because no matter how anyone tries to justify this it will never be less funny to me.
Honestly we could just end the essay here, that’s where his character peaks like jfc. But there is more to the scene, so let’s continue, I GUESS. Enomoto basically proceeds to look at the camera and explain the plot of the metanarrative again
, telling you that it’s only when understanding the more greater scope “feel” of the game’s story that you can begin to understand what it’s saying, while thinking about the plot in constrained terms will do you no good. Obviously this doesn’t help Satoru at fucking all, but Enomoto follows this up by asking a very simple question, more directed to Satoru specifically, that leads us into the final scene of this whole debacle: What is the meaning of the time-space phenomenon
? 10. The cut ends but the “concept” of Enomoto remains
Pick up a knife and stab a familiar warm body. Learned to fight before I knew love or bitterness of coffee.
Well, I’ve pretty much run through literally every possible takeaway one can have from a character who’s literally in like half an hour of the game at most, so I’m pretty satisfied with this essay, despite how long it took. Really though, I think the amount I was able to squeeze out of him alone speaks volumes on how much is packed into basically every line and action he takes, or maybe it just says a lot about how much word vomit I can shove into the screen through typing, who can say. Keep in mind that when I talk about the heaps of depth on display through every minute detail of Enomoto, you could probably wring this much out of any scene in the game, really. Remember11 is just that thoroughly thought out, and I just happened to get lucky that the character I wanted to cut had a short enough screen time to cover everything. This, of course, begs the question: Why is Enomoto so good then?
Well, to understand that, you have to think back to the very first sections of the essay. I know, pretty hard task with how long this fuckin thing is, but bear with me. And really, combining with my analysis of Enomoto with what I have to say at the start there, I do entirely think it’s pretty much just my own personal experience that makes me put him on such a pedestal. I have such a personal love for this absurd unfitting humor that seeing it basically personified as a character was a joy, and I have such a deep rooted hatred of the mystery genre that seeing a character basically designed to point and laugh at fans of it was pretty special to me. Of course, you can say this about any character, really. Even our thoughts on more “objective” writing merits is all personal preference on what should matter, mere concepts, if you will.
This isn’t to say I don’t think he has any merit, though. I wouldn’t have made this essay if I didn’t think he did, but all I’m saying is that I don’t exactly expect that I’ve changed any minds with this, though I hope I have at least shown you a glimpse into exactly why I adore this man on such a deep level. He’s a man made to be a red herring, to be a distraction to the plot, a false answer to so many mysteries, and to present as many false answers as he himself embodied. He wastes your time with absurd concepts that are hardly relevant, whether real or fictional, and just overall acts completely incomprehensible on a level no other character in the game really reaches. He’s an almost otherworldly game changing presence in the plot, while also a pathetic freak who’s susceptible to illogical emotional outbursts. A man of extremes, really.
Enomoto isn’t a lasting presence in our lives, nor the life of the game, nor his own life. But despite that, he makes one hell of an impression, creating one of the most unique scenes I’ve seen in fiction, and leaving a truly lasting impact on the reader. He’s a short lived experience, yet has a distinct flavor to his interactions that leaves you with a lasting sense of that taste. A mere singular cup of coffee, but without any milk to dilute the taste, it’s able to skip straight to the point and truly allow your tongue to feel the “concept” of Enomoto.
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2021.12.02 06:32 anotherdrunkengineer LF a story; radio host tries to warn a driver.
I don't remember much because I use to listen to the podcasts half asleep after night shift on a bus ride home but the story I think started with someone driving into farmland or a desert, somewhere isolated. A radio host was trying to warn everyone to seek shelter for the night, possibly because of a storm.
I'm assuming generally something messed up happened. The ending had the radio host talking directly to the driver saying something along the lines of 'tried to warn you' or 'maybe next time you will listen' I think.
I know it isn't a lot but I've been searching for this story to find out what happened.
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2021.12.02 06:32 ogmessi10 [ Searching] Th 10 almost maxed looking for a clan atleast level 5 and in gold league for cwl .
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2021.12.02 06:32 Animosus5 25M gagging while brushing teeth, talking, vaping etc
So bit of a weird one, over the past month of so I've started gagging at seemingly unrelated things that have never been an issue before.
Brush my teeth, sometimes it'll make me gag so badly I'll have to stop. See a bit of poop on the toilet like I did this morning and I actually vomited from it, vaping can sometimes trigger it at random even talking I'll just randomly gag and nearly vomit.
This has only been a thing for me for about a month and I've never had it before.
I'm going through a bit of stress regarding housemates and such, otherwise life is good and I haven't felt particularly unwell otherwise (other than a recent cold, but the gagging started way before that)
25 M 168cm 70ish kg White I have asthma
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2021.12.02 06:32 holy_meister so my witch doctor, dryad and my painter all moved in but they won't sell the pylon. pls help ty
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2021.12.02 06:32 Azuresk-BINGE Endwalker Predownload
Now that servers have gone down I think it's as good a time as any to ask, when does pre-download for Endwalker go up? does anyone know? Have they even said anything about it? I'm having a hard time remembering whether there was a pre-download for the other expansions
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2021.12.02 06:32 idontwantafuckingkid How do I escape my gf without having to spend child support
so I was having sex with my girlfriend and I decided not to pull out because i thought it would be funny, she's pregnant now, how do I run away from this without having to spend child support
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2021.12.02 06:32 fenwater Want to buy: Virpil CM2 throttle
I'd like to buy a Virpil CM2 (the model without the detent) to use with a Gladiator NXT I've just picked up. Offering $225, and I'll cover shipping inside the CONUS. I'll pay by paypal, or cash for an in-person sale. I'm in the NY area. Feel free to ask if you have any questions, or shoot a message my way if you want to discuss in more detail!
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2021.12.02 06:32 Sea_Let_300 TOEFL admission minimum
I'd like to ask you something about the TOEFL requirements for international exchange students at Boston University (Law School).
I've taken the TOEFL internet-based test today and I'm a bit worried because I'm not sure that my scores are all higher than 25. Anyway my unofficial scores for reading and listening sections are both 30/30, so I'm quite confident that I will reach 100 points.
According to the website, "If taking the TOEFL exam, you must demonstrate proficiency in English by achieving a minimum score of 600 (paper-based) or 250 (computer-based) or 100 (internet-based). If you have taken the new internet-based test, your scores on the individual sections should at a minimum be 25 (reading), 25 (listening), 25 (writing) and 25 (speaking).
IELTS: If taking the IELTS exam, you must achieve a minimum score of 7.0.
In the event that a nominated student is not able to arrange to take the TOEFL or IELTS the student should advise us of this as soon as possible, so we can instead arrange for telephone interviews to assess their English skills." (source: https://www.bu.edu/law/admissions/llm-admissions/foreign-exchange-students/application-forms-deadlines-for-visiting-exchange-students/).
I don't understand if 100 points in total is sufficient, considering that the website uses "should" instead of "must" talking about the individual sections.
P.s. Yes, I know, this is a funny question considering that we're talking about English proficiency...
Thank you very much!
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2021.12.02 06:32 itsjero Lawn Mowing Sim out now
So who else is downloading this ? Hahaha i for sure am.
Snagged stardew valley too.
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2021.12.02 06:32 thicklypaintedwalls thickly painted walls - nosie
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2021.12.02 06:32 SnooMachines9813 Desmos art of Bojack Horseman and Princess Carolyn from Bojack Horseman, took me about 100 equations in both graphs , link to the graphs in comments ( Indian Desmos artist)(Just one thing, do you people like such art? cause i was thinking about creating a YouTube channel to do such graphs live)
2021.12.02 06:32 gowlgowl What if?
I'm currently reading the novel and haven't finished yet but I have a "what if" idea. Since the sage emperor has 6 deity beasts and the his enemies aside nie li are the 6 reincarnated masters and as nie li encountered ancestral master daozang in the void illusionary divine palace and said to him that there was once a supreme expert from heaven who held the temporal demon spirit book who fell down because he was injured and threaten to take the souls of the six masters in order to heal himself but was killed by the masters and took the pages of the temporal book and kept it by themselves. What if that supreme expert is nie li who was exausted from fighting the sage emperor and the 6 masters are the 6 deity beasts that finished nie li off and took the temporal book from him and scattered the contents?? Just what if..
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2021.12.02 06:32 4rice .
2021.12.02 06:32 newgodpho grey suit black widow is too good!
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2021.12.02 06:32 Forsaken_Ad1923 Graded purple arcs, another layering exercise
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2021.12.02 06:32 EricBFitness Passport Application
So I need to apply for my passport this week because I need it by May 2022 for Mexico trip, is this reasonable? Also my main issue is I’m moving this month, do I put my new address on the form? Because I won’t be living at my current address by next month.. thanks
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2021.12.02 06:32 theyellowdartsmith China bans 37 countries, is this accurate?
What does this mean?
Is it possible to enter china from Russia?
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2021.12.02 06:32 SnooMaps8507 Que livros/podcasts/vídeos vocês sugerem que eu leia/escute/veja para tentar entender melhor esse jogo de "direita x esquerda" na sociedade atual e o uso de fake news para tentar dominar o discurso?
Existe algum livro que se debruce fortemente para analisar essas táticas sujas de marqueteiro, como elas funcionam, de onde surgiram e o quê exatamente deu brecha para elas surgirem?
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2021.12.02 06:32 highlandbunny Freezing here in Scotland and I’m off to work! Have a great day beautiful people 💝
2021.12.02 06:32 Sophie_Walker2001 Staying cozy for winter, hope its cute!
2021.12.02 06:32 TheGronne You wake up tomorrow and this is the roster. Who do you main?