Amberisms - Because having them in one place is funny

Is Amber a real and raw writer?

  • No

    Votes: 89 10.2%
  • Fat

    Votes: 718 82.1%
  • Yes

    Votes: 41 4.7%
  • Has potential

    Votes: 27 3.1%

  • Total voters
    875
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From the riveting 'Opening a 90's Time Capsule' nostalgia vid;

*NSYNC
noun

/Enn-Sink/
  1. 1.
    an innate, typically fixed pattern of behaviour in hambeasts in response to certain stimuli. (Read: Orange Chicken)
    "the homing *NSYNC"
*NSYNCD
adjective
FORMAL

/Enn-Sinked/
  1. 1.
    imbued or filled with (a quality, especially a desirable one).
    "those rape apology poems by ALR *NSYNCD with passion"



Never discredit your gut *NSYNC, gorls.
 

GargoyleGorl

Token SJW
True & Honest Fan
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As ever, I'm honestly torn over how much of this is ignorance and how much she just thinks sounds cute or quirky. These are errors a four year old would make (and which parents/teachers/peers would readily correct). So she must know at least some of the things she says are wrong, but says them anyway because she thinks she's charming (or the first time someone corrected her, she went into a narc-snit and decided to say it incorrectly forevermore just to show 'em). The acorn/pinecone thing really drove this home for me, since I hear little kids screw that up all the time, be corrected, and then stop fucking it up.

I mean, there's no excuse either way, but I'm curious as to the proportions here -- how much she thinks she's right, knows she's wrong, or just doesn't care at all.
 

FitBitch

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As ever, I'm honestly torn over how much of this is ignorance and how much she just thinks sounds cute or quirky. These are errors a four year old would make (and which parents/teachers/peers would readily correct). So she must know at least some of the things she says are wrong, but says them anyway because she thinks she's charming (or the first time someone corrected her, she went into a narc-snit and decided to say it incorrectly forevermore just to show 'em). The acorn/pinecone thing really drove this home for me, since I hear little kids screw that up all the time, be corrected, and then stop fucking it up.

I mean, there's no excuse either way, but I'm curious as to the proportions here -- how much she thinks she's right, knows she's wrong, or just doesn't care at all.
Until I see evidence to the contrary, I'm going to believe she's just that stupid.
 

SomeKindaRobot

putting the "cyber" into "cyberbully"
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As ever, I'm honestly torn over how much of this is ignorance and how much she just thinks sounds cute or quirky. These are errors a four year old would make (and which parents/teachers/peers would readily correct). So she must know at least some of the things she says are wrong, but says them anyway because she thinks she's charming (or the first time someone corrected her, she went into a narc-snit and decided to say it incorrectly forevermore just to show 'em). The acorn/pinecone thing really drove this home for me, since I hear little kids screw that up all the time, be corrected, and then stop fucking it up.

I mean, there's no excuse either way, but I'm curious as to the proportions here -- how much she thinks she's right, knows she's wrong, or just doesn't care at all.
I think it's a little from column A and a little from column B. I think she's trying to be quirky but she's too dumb to realize how dumb she sounds.
 

Strine

And moth-like stars were flickereen out,
True & Honest Fan
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Underrated Amberism: the fact that she frequently claims to watch Drag Race, the most anodyne and mainstream "gay" entertainment that there is, but her references to it are always extremely vague, like "I love the queens this season" suggesting she either pretends to watch it to gain credibility (with nobody) or she's just too shitbrained to remember anything about it. I can't decide which would be funnier.
 
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