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Re: D16 Archives: Gabi and 16-Volte's Progress Report
« Reply #15 on: October 31, 2013, 03:16:57 PM »
Thanks for the warning. I had him try chocolate and he really likes it, but not enough to make me obese. Besides, he knows the consequences of overfeeding me.

I'm just afraid what hes going to do when he discovers apple pie.

And thank you very much sands <3
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« Reply #16 on: November 01, 2013, 06:29:20 PM »
Oh boy. I guess we will just need a lot of practice. Thanks for the advice though. It's an interesting change for the both of us, this whole ordeal.
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Re: D16 Archives: Gabi and 16-Volte's Progress Report
« Reply #17 on: November 05, 2013, 12:12:09 PM »
16-Volte appeared in my dreams for the first time last night.

Other times he had been mentioned, like "Oh, that kid 16-Volte. Always hanging around with those dirty no-good rotten teenagers" or some shit but didn't actually show up, or I could hear his mindvoice in my head while dreaming but he never appeared as an actual character in one of my dreams until tonight.

And the little fucker was wearing a sparkly cowboy outfit.

The dream was pretty fucking hysterical once 16-Volte was added, and now I'm cracking myself up thinking about it. But when I woke up and told 16-Volte about the experience, he said that it was him in the dream and not a dream version of him. As if my dream was a huge wonderland and he was just in it taking apart of the adventure. I'm not sure how to feel about it, and I'm not sure whether or not to believe it. But I will for now, because fuckyeah dreambuddies.
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Re: D16 Archives: Gabi and 16-Volte's Progress Report
« Reply #18 on: November 09, 2013, 12:21:10 AM »
Hey y'all, it's 16-Volte. I'm possessing Gabi right now and I decided I would update for her.

First off, for tulpas everywhere, don't possess your host when they have a stomachache. It sucks.

Second of all, I'm going to explain the system of progress Gabi and I worked out to complete our entire switching extravaganza.

Say Gabi's body is assigned two digits. The first digit represents Gabi's presence while the second represents mine. 1 means present while 0 means not present. Usually, her body would be as follows:

10

When I do my possession, her body is as follows:

11

Our end goal is to get 01 or 00, but we still haven't figured out how to do so yet. Gabi has had trouble letting go since the beginning, so this probably won't come as natural to her. But we are going to work hard and see what we can do.

So seriously, if anyone has any tips for the host switching out, please let us know.

Also, I will be writing the updates for the second half of the switching process since I'm going to have to teach Gabi how to tupper tupper.

Peace out.

Re: D16 Archives: Gabi and 16-Volte's Progress Report
« Reply #19 on: November 09, 2013, 06:12:32 AM »
First off, for tulpas everywhere, don't possess your host when they have a stomachache. It sucks.

But that makes it easier for me to live when I don't always have to suffer it myself.

As for switching, the only thing I can tell you to do is get comfortable. There's no need to worry and the host is no longer needed to control the body, so don't. You don't have to think about it anymore, just observe and chill. The body no longer is yours, so you can ignore it. Hell, you probably will start to ignore it because paying attention to it is not necessary at all, it moves without you and your tupper will most likely start doing boring things anyways, so you kinda start paying less attention to everything. Dulling your senses is the way to go, the first step. But it does require you to get comfortable and trust the body to the tupper completely, so that might take time.