Opera of the Dead and Angry

I feel like everyone’s singing to eachother about things not happening fast and snappy because they’re bored. Anyone agree?

I guess it’s called anxiety.

I just want to know what is going on is all. Crying gets information. :slight_smile:

It’s best to get some time to have time (or whatever is the expression ^^).

When the main site will be renovated, news should be more visible.

Your avatar looks dead, angry, and perhaps it’s wearing a suit to make an opera-performance. :stuck_out_tongue:

Haha, indeed it looks this way … and you’re totally right :wink:

My avatar is basically another skin for a character in some game (League of Legends to mention it).

It is basically? Why not ostensibly?

Ok, in-depth answer as asked for :stuck_out_tongue:

The original caracter’s lore is a fire elemental that escaped and lives in consumed and burned human body.
The developpers created a legendary skin, which is this one : a (civilian in a suit) zombie with some green fires around him.

So … true, it is not a basic skin and yes, he is ostensibly angry (but mostly hungry :wink: ), quite (un)dead and ready to give a flame concerto :smiley:

I have OCD and I become severely annoyed when people use the word “Basically,” (it’s the only English word which is almost never used correctly) so I was just taunting you. :stuck_out_tongue:

Overt Central Dyslexia? I have bad spelling.

A troll digger ? That’s new around here :slight_smile:

Let me remind you people that not everybody around here has English as mother tongue.
Still, you’re welcome to give advice and suggestions about any language corrections :wink:

Isn’t it “native language”, then? Genuine question, I am not a native English speaker. Actually, “mother tongue” is the literal translation I would have first used…

Mother tongue, native tongue and native language are all the same. The first may sound a little old but is still commonly used; the last one is usually heard.
Memories of English lessons :wink:

Sorry, but that stopped being a valid excuse the day I realized my understanding of English punctuation was actually improving my Danish.

Yes, for everyone, I am literally the centre of the observable Universe.