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If one chooses not to stare into the void, that does not mean the void will choose not to stare into you.

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Type: Portfolio
Published: 3 years, 10 months ago
Rating: General

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terrymouse
3 years, 10 months ago
Okay, normally I would praise you for your song choices, but this one was inspired off of a remix of Five Nights At Freddy's, and, well, remixes of any FNAF/FNAF2 songs usually end up with me in tears.
callmedoc
3 years, 10 months ago
While I may not find a fascination with the game itself, I can appreciate the musician's time and efforts with creating a personally inspiring work.
terrymouse
3 years, 10 months ago
At first, I actually was highly interested in the game, but upon realizing that there won't be any chance for me to be able to afford the game before the next seven games come out, I kinda just gave up and settled on watching playthrough and reading up on the lore.  I think I actually have a medical condition, however, that causes me to cry really easily over what's basically things that make me happy; they're not even tears of joy, I just honest-to-God start getting choked up over stuff that normally would bring a smile to my face and just a smile.  It's admittedly a bit frustrating for me these days.
callmedoc
3 years, 10 months ago
Ah, most fascinating indeed albeit that reaction itself could very well be based on a medical/chemical condition. Frustrations aside, I would most hope that it does not prove too unenjoyable an experience.
terrymouse
3 years, 10 months ago
I believe it actually is, and there's an assigned acronym for it.  At first, I thought the acronym was PDA, but all the definitions for PDA that I can find in a medical sense online suggest that a PDA is a heart disorder, which doesn't sound right at all.  I'm certain that, yes, as you suggested it's most likely a chemical condition, but it's one I wish I no longer suffered.
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