Do Whatever Text

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Do Whatever Text

Do Whatever Text Adventure

no, not really. There are limits. CB appropriate. Possible in real life. Otherwise, then yes. Here's the deal. You are a young teenager. You want to conquer the world. This is how you do it.

2023 Present Day, home, 8:30 AM, Saturday

Today is the day. Today is the day you set out on your mission, the day people will learn to fear you, the day people will finally, finally know your name. No longer will you sit at the back of the class, the smart one, the quiet one, the one people take for granted until you're invisible. You will make your mark on this world, no matter what it takes. Too long you've stayed silent in this horrible world. Too long you've fought back the urge to draw on the walls, break out into song on the street, march up to the people in charge and tell them exactly what they're doing wrong. The world has not yet changed and so you will make it change. You will take the charge. And you will start by packing your bright blue drawstring pack. What shall you bring (all things must be able to be bought at the store or be things you otherwise have in your home right now)? Choose wisely... bring as much as you think you need and more. Be ridiculous. Be sensible. Be you.

submitted by Ramifications, age Part 1, The Aftermath
(September 4, 2023 - 5:51 pm)

...oh, this sounds interesting! It's sad no one posted on this...let's see what to pack...

Actually, never mind, I'm confused on how this works. Is this an RP? Does each CBer decide what to pack and then write about using the objects inside it during school? Or do we each contribute an object? 

I'll be back to top this later.

Captcha says <nyaxe>, which I'm assuming means that there's someone named Nya who uses xe/xer pronouns. Are you trying to help me make charries? No, sorry, I'm busy right now and won't be making a charrie anytime soon. Or are you saying New York axe? 

submitted by Lyric, age Excluded, nowhere in particular
(September 10, 2023 - 4:30 pm)


submitted by top
(September 11, 2023 - 9:58 pm)

Is Ramifications still active?

Also, Picturesque says {etipe} E-Type? Don't we already use the electronics to type?! 

submitted by Happily Confused, age Lost, Staring Off Into Space
(September 12, 2023 - 3:19 pm)

Yes. This is like what Lord Entropy is doing here: and what Celine is doing here:, so what I was thinking you guys should do was just one person gives me a packing list to pack, but I suppose it could be a role play if you guys want.

submitted by Ramifications, Still alive
(September 13, 2023 - 12:54 pm)

Everyone seems to have forgotten about this, so I guess I'll make a packing list:

1. Pen that makes a loud clicking noise

2. Tall water bottle

3. Notebook with butterflies on it

4. Container of pancake themed slime

5. Purple, plastic tambourine.

6. Snacks, including some chocolate coated pretzels

7.  A stuffed animal

8. A 4 * 4 rubik's cube

9. A very bouncy rubber ball

10. A packet of colored pencils


I have all these at home, so I guess it works. 



submitted by Lyric, age Excluded, nowhere in particular
(September 21, 2023 - 9:55 pm)

Thank you!


2023 Present Day, home, 8:35 AM, Saturday

You decide to pack:

1. Pen that makes a loud clicking noise - uses: writing implement, weapon, ink, distraction, annoyance, projectile, clicker, fidget tool, etc.

2. Tall water bottle - uses: water, weapon, container, chair, roller, unstable step stool, etc.

3. Notebook with butterflies on it - uses: paper, weapon, makes the pen more useful, origami, paper trail, calories, pretty, disguise, etc.

4. Container of pancake themed slime - uses: sticky, weapon, stretchy, fidget tool, pancake, if you consume you can throw up, showing off, container, can be shaped, etc.

5. Purple, plastic tambourine - uses: music, weapon, distraction, loud noise, annoyance, bright, hat, plastic is forever, etc.

6. Snacks, including some chocolate coated pretzels - uses: food, weapon, dog poison, bargaining tool, etc.

7. A stuffed animal - uses: companionship, weapon, warmth, test dummy, feigning childish innocence, etc.

8. A 4 * 4 rubik's cube - uses: fidget toy, weapon, bewilderment, puzzlement, amazement, paperweight, etc.

9. A very bouncy rubber ball - uses: playing, weapon, distraction, mode of transportation, science, replicating the scene from Camazotz, etc.

10. A packet of colored pencils - uses: coloring, weapon, markers (like checkpoint markers), packet, throwing into the river for fun

You congratulate yourself on your brilliance and reasoning on this list. You will need it when you are in charge of the world. You walk calmly around your house and collect all the items. You're in no hurry. They'll all know who you are soon enough. You decide to have some mercy and let them live in blissful ignorance a little while longer. They don't know how good they have it now. They don't know. You'll make them regret not knowing. You'll make them know. Finally, you are ready. You shoulder your pack. You go to the door. You put your hand on the knob. Before you turn it, though, you take one last look around your house, behind you. You will not miss it. It was always too small, a place of confinement, a prison. You hear your parents snoring in the room down the hall. You will not miss them, either. If the house was a prison, then they were the jailers. But they'd be horribly incompetent jailers. Sometimes they even forgot you existed. You push those thoughts out of your mind. Not anymore. From here on out, starting now, the past is only motivation, and the future is the thing that matters. The future you're going to make into a reality. You open the door. And you step out.

Describe your surroundings. Where do you go? 

submitted by Ramifications, Still Alive
(September 22, 2023 - 2:41 am)