Christoffer's forum posts

#1 Posted by Christoffer (1787 posts) -

I love it. Give him some kind of dick bulge. And if the vest is gonna flap in the wind, make it flap for reals.

#2 Posted by Christoffer (1787 posts) -

The Yawhg. You can win, but barely.

#3 Posted by Christoffer (1787 posts) -

No, I don't have any of those games. If I didn't finish it, I didn't like it. And I finished F.A.K.K 2 three times.

#4 Posted by Christoffer (1787 posts) -

@cornbredx: Off course we didn't realize this thread was 2 years old. This... that's the... it's the fun of the... it.

#5 Posted by Christoffer (1787 posts) -

You have gotten some great tips.


I need you to watch Enemy. Think of it as a sci-fi movie and it's a Sci-fi movie. I wont spoil it, but it's great.

#6 Posted by Christoffer (1787 posts) -

Well, if it has to be a gaming channel. I guess it's the Double Fine channel, and some of the TB content

#7 Posted by Christoffer (1787 posts) -

The only thing I'm not too keen on are olives, even though they can kinda work sometimes. Other than that, I can enjoy pretty much everything.

Not really a super fun answer, but there you go.

#8 Edited by Christoffer (1787 posts) -

I'm swedish and I've only visited a few places so far (problem is, I hate the traveling part of traveling. How is the invention of teleportation coming along?)

  • Norway
  • Finland
  • Denmark
  • Italy
  • The Czeck Republic
  • Germany

#9 Edited by Christoffer (1787 posts) -

If I'm given the choice to create a character it will often be a female. I mostly do it to create a different narration. To have yet another broad-necked quarterback dude running around killing fools isn't that interesting anymore, and I can't really "embody" those characters better than anything else that I control.

Also, if I'm given the choice, I like to make characters that are older, ugly, short, fat or hideous alien monsters etc.

#10 Posted by Christoffer (1787 posts) -

I'm one of those guilty of thinking I was depressed once. Turns out that the effects of a bad relationship, next to no physical activity, overindulging in caffeine, stress and severe boredom can resemble depression. Fixing most of those things made everything much better for me. But as you say, better to check it up as early as possible and have it be a false alarm, than letting it fester over a longer period.

The little I've heard and read about that rewiring process, it's a pretty fascinating and strange area. To consciously train your brain to behave and respond differently (more positively, I'd guess) sounds like hard task that takes a long time. Don't mean to sound discouraging :) Hope you stick with it and get better soon, buddy.