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NintendoFan
Posted on 05-17-16 12:21 AM Link | #70780
Heal the person with the most HP in an RPG while I'm in an intense battle

Put in the game disc the wrong way in my Wii(I already knew which way it went in for a very long time)

Broke my DSi for a short while(white screen after getting past the boot up title screen) by dropping it, and then attempting to fix it by dropping it some more

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Yami
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Arisotura
Posted on 05-17-16 09:15 AM Link | #70785
not at all, why?

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Sevrault
Posted on 05-17-16 09:18 AM Link | #70786
Posted by NintendoFan
Heal the person with the most HP in an RPG while I'm in an intense battle
Happens to me waaaaayyyy too much.


Then again, if that person was the key to success, then I see no reason not to heal him often.

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salty
Posted on 05-17-16 03:00 PM (rev. 2 of 05-17-16 03:00 PM) Link | #70790
When I was 3, I once stuck my middle finger in a treadmill.

I reinstalled Windows like 4 times, because I was gullible with viruses.

i broke 3 laptops?

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MercuryPenny
Posted on 05-17-16 04:02 PM Link | #70796
i once dropped an ipad on the corner of a sidetable, cracking a large portion of the screen

Yami
Posted on 05-17-16 04:33 PM Link | #70798
Posted by StapleButter
not at all, why?

Oops, I thought we were still in the "Web trends that need to die" Thread, spare me! (O-_-O)

Tierage
Posted on 05-17-16 08:58 PM Link | #70804
When I was younger (like 8) I would install viruses on my computer for fun, like not even knowing that they were viruses, I just liked getting as many garbage programs on my computer as possible.

Then at the end of all of that I just deleted the core system files and the computer died completely.


...Yourself

fiver
Posted on 05-18-16 11:17 AM Link | #70809
Hey, when I was 8, I was mass-pirating old operating systems. And uh, installing unlegit VM software, and lagging my computer like hell


That also explains why my computer sounds like a jet-engine. :P

Platinatic
Posted on 05-18-16 12:45 PM (rev. 2 of 05-18-16 12:45 PM) Link | #70813
Deleting save data from a few games:
-Star Wars GBA I was 6 years and the game was 100% completed (thanks to my brother)
-SSBB The Subspace Emissary Only a year ago (yup, i'm still that stupid), it was 100% on Easy

Making an assignment for school without saving once
I'll never forget to save ever again

Putting a piece of toast into the VCR, expecting some cool video to play
Little me was discovering how not to use technology

Downloading a mod for an old game, but with a terrible PC and extremely slow internet
I waited half an hour to download a mod that my PC couldn't even handle.

MercuryPenny
Posted on 05-18-16 12:46 PM Link | #70814
Posted by Platinatic
Putting a piece of toast into the VCR, expecting some cool video to play

best part of this thread

NintendoFan
Posted on 05-18-16 12:51 PM Link | #70815
Posted by Sevrault
Then again, if that person was the key to success, then I see no reason not to heal him often.

Ye, but the most recent occurrence of this happened in Chrono Trigger, and I think every character is good.

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FireMario74
Posted on 05-21-16 01:12 PM (rev. 2 of 05-21-16 01:18 PM) Link | #70898
When I was 5 I had a hamster and I bent the cage bars not thinking it would get out. Of course it got out.

salty
Posted on 05-21-16 04:09 PM Link | #70900
On my first laptop, I somehow managed to make it bluescreen every time it boots up.

My second laptop had physical problems with the hinge, but that didn't matter since Ubuntu wouldn't boot up anymore (probably because I turned it off while updating). Windows 7 couldn't be written to that laptop, so I thought I was stuck.

Then I somehow got a third laptop. This one is definitely my favorite out of all the ones.

I eventually did break it, where it would go to recovery options when I booted up (I even made a thread about this http://kuribo64.net/board/thread.php?id=2282). But my dad then gave me a Windows 7 ISO, so yeah.

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newsuperhackboys
Posted on 05-27-16 05:19 PM Link | #71043
OMG, I done a lot of dumb stuff. I'll guess this is dumbest.
One time when I was either 7 or 8, I decided to download Mario Builder. That was before I even knew what SMBX was. I found this website that had it. The thing is, it wasn't Yo-Yo Games. I downloaded it. And then it turned out to be a virus. And it would display an "R" where the speakers or connection would be. Thank God, we got it removed. This is the first time I've ever heard of a virus. I don't know what it did, since I was younger at the time.

And ever since, I am more cautious about my computer.

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Theturdburglar
Posted on 05-28-16 09:54 AM (rev. 2 of 05-28-16 10:02 AM) Link | #71087
I remember this one time that I made a thread for friendly chats and It got shut down due to my stupidity....oh wait that was a few minutes ago wasn't it? never mind then... :/


make a comment to the wrong thread

Theturdburglar
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Anthe
Posted on 05-28-16 10:28 AM Link | #71092
  • Replacing winlogon with something else, having it fail, rendering my computer unusable.
  • Replacing explorer with something else, having it fail, rendering my computer unusable.
  • Replacing run32dll with something else, having it fail, rendering my computer unusable.
  • Accidentally wiping my laptop because I didn't know how diskpart worked.
  • Almost bricking my phone by renaming SystemUI.apk whilst Android was still running (don't do this).
  • Entering my user and password for my email address on a website claiming it would send the credentials to you to test whether I could prank my friends with it and fish their passwords (the email didn't come).
  • Applying an OTA update on an S-OFF phone, rendering the phone unusable.
  • Not being able to summon fastboot because your drivers are borked, making recovery impossible.

Just the tip of the iceberg. I'm sure there is much more I can't remember right now.


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Theturdburglar
Posted on 05-28-16 10:34 AM Link | #71093
Posted by Anthe
  • Replacing winlogon with something else, having it fail, rendering my computer unusable.
  • Replacing explorer with something else, having it fail, rendering my computer unusable.
  • Replacing run32dll with something else, having it fail, rendering my computer unusable.
  • Accidentally wiping my laptop because I didn't know how diskpart worked.
  • Almost bricking my phone by renaming SystemUI.apk whilst Android was still running (don't do this).
  • Entering my user and password for my email address on a website claiming it would send the credentials to you to test whether I could prank my friends with it and fish their passwords (the email didn't come).
  • Applying an OTA update on an S-OFF phone, rendering the phone unusable.
  • Not being able to summon fastboot because your drivers are borked, making recovery impossible.

Just the tip of the iceberg. I'm sure there is much more I can't remember right now.

wow and I thought I was a clumsy oaf

h2643
Posted on 05-28-16 12:57 PM (rev. 3 of 05-28-16 12:57 PM) Link | #71098
- Letting my cat pee on my computer a few times
- Going on a trip to Black Sea that I did not want

- joining smbx community
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