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TAY: Weekend Forum

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Well, it's finally the weekend. Welcome to the Open Forum for the next two days. Come on in, the fire's warm and the mead is nice.

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I really need to get around getting my own pictures, as opposed to just stealing them from Google Images. Then again, I need to stop doing everything last minute. But, ugh, that requires more effort than I'm willing to exert. Besides, bad habits die hard, so why bother anyways, amirite? I mean, certain things are just hard to do sometimes. We become conditioned to a certain lifestyle, and conform to it. So, changing can take time . . . Or maybe just a good punch to the gut. That's how I got my brother to finally start deleting his saves on Skyrim after his characters ended up taking up a good bit of space on our HDD, back when I had an Xbox.*sigh* Yupp. Deleting the excess saves was something he always struggled with. And well, it's also due to another bad habit; He saved compulsively. I'm not even kidding, every five minutes, he'd save. He'd make a save upon seeing a dragon, one upon luring it out, one when the fight started, one halfway through the battle, and one right after killing it, and one final one after looting it. I understand that sometimes, you can't trust the autosaves, but goddamn, that's just unnecessary. My personal bad habit in games? I horde stuff, and try to be as perfect in my playthrough as I can. If I get a rare item, I'm not touching that, no matter how much I need it. I think I've shared this picture before, but this what my inventory in RE4 looks like for most of my game . . .

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. . . Yea, I need help. Hi everyone, I'm TUT, and I'm a compulsive hoarder. What about you guys?

So, hello! Welcome to TAYers Anonymous! If you're new here, and have no idea of what to do, I suggest you give this TAYtorial a quick read. I'm sure it'll answer most of your questions. And once you're done, why not check out TAY Classic? And, well, while you're at it, I'm sure you wouldn't mind updating our TAYlendar with any dates or upcoming events you might know of, right? Enjoy your stay in TAY!

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