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General Discussion / Re: Tuppers; what do you do with them?
« on: October 14, 2020, 04:07:16 PM »
Only Vice gets it.

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General Discussion / Re: Number of tulpas
« on: October 14, 2020, 04:05:55 PM »
Oh, a new user?
How exotic...

Sorry but there's only 2 active users here - at best. Actually just me as it seems so that's probably not the best place to learn about the Tulpa community.

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Tulpa Diaries / Re: Tamamo & Cat
« on: October 01, 2020, 05:05:29 PM »
RIP progress

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Tulpa Diaries / Re: Every Day is Alice Day
« on: October 01, 2020, 05:00:04 PM »
Ab-so-lutely nothing!

So sorry, where has all the time gone? It's October alreay...
Can't really report anything positive, still stuck with noisy subhumans in neighborhood, tupper not happy - euphemistically speaking.



Things 'improve' now that it's getting cold and people can't stay outside but it's no way to live. So - average...
Furthermore Corona chan has fucked up travelling plans for Alice's 6th birthday which is a major setback. Tupper says I need to focus on my work instead of whining but I'm not good at working when things arent fun. Absent-mindedness has also increased further for this reason. Quit drawing attempts after zero improvement after drawing over 9000 non-straight lines and circles. Fuck this.

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Tulpa Diaries / Re: Tamamo & Cat
« on: August 25, 2020, 05:08:59 PM »
No one beats me at being lazy!

Howzat for avatars?
If you want something specific just tell me.





Tell me more about daily life with Cat.
What are you guys doing together? You need more emotional stuff, emotional stuff is important for tuppers.


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Tulpa Diaries / Re: Every Day is Alice Day
« on: August 25, 2020, 05:00:06 PM »
Sorry, it's all so tiresome...

Drawing has not shown any significant improvements. I think it's good for my motor skills and I can draw them lines and circles more fluently now but they still suck. Because I can never stick to a thing for long I have also tried doing math in wonderland as memory exercise. The original idea was to make tupper do something else while I solve math but man I can't even do it on my own. I still think it's a good way to see how much your visualization and focus sucks in wonderland. Sit down, grab a piece of wonderland paper and a pen, write down 3 simple math problems and solve them one after another. Can you even remember the 2nd one? Reaching consistency on imaginary paper is hard. Yet I feel some improvements but it requires all my focus.

Apart from that life has been relatively peaceful lately. Peaceful and boring the way I like it. Tupper has managed to stabilize our monetary situation so far. Not great not terrrible. Will still be a while until we can buy some island to get away from all those idiots making noise here. But feels good not to be poor. Very important to tupper. Yet I'm still a bit worried there's so much things she doesn't like but few she likes. Keeping me from doing stuff deemed unnecessary is one thing but she hasn't found a lot she actually wants to do or achieve.

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Tulpa Diaries / Re: Tamamo & Cat
« on: August 09, 2020, 04:39:57 PM »
Excellent!



Now don't you dare to neglect tupper and play tic-tac-toe. Also you need an avatar. Generally more images.

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Tulpa Diaries / Re: Every Day is Alice Day
« on: August 06, 2020, 05:00:04 PM »
Yeah, cat loves not only walking over the keyboard, also standing and sitting there. Also recently answered an email from my bank with 'aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa'

Alice indeed saved me a lot of money, very convenient. If you enjoy being yelled at.

I took up drawing once again, this time starting at the basics. For the past week I have been drawing thousands of short lines and small circles. What is there to say, I am still unable to even remotely draw a straight line or an accurate circle.


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Tulpa Diaries / Re: Tamamo & Cat
« on: August 06, 2020, 04:45:42 PM »
how to get cat more attached to you
1) feed moar
2) pet moar
3) profit

Did you play with Cat?
Alice still reminds me not to eat unhealthy or unneccessary stuff. Or generally do anything she doesn't consider essential, especially when it costs money. Such is life wtih spartan tupper.

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Tulpa Diaries / Re: Tamamo & Cat
« on: July 27, 2020, 05:09:28 PM »
What sort of ice cream does Cat like / dislike?
Have you tried offering her different kinds of food?

Played games with tupper yet?
Try tic-tac-toe

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Tulpa Diaries / Re: Every Day is Alice Day
« on: July 27, 2020, 05:00:03 PM »
I was lazy and didn't really do anything that counts as hiking and when I wanted to it started raining. We did go to a small creek though which produced good sounds. Only yielded some faint male voices in the distance. Also tupper was in a bad mood and did not feel like forcing. Needless to say because I did something stupid again. Or rather I wanted to spend money on something stupid but this was prevented and resolved in the mean time.



When and why exactly did I make a nagging wife? Well, at least she doesn't turn old, fat and ugly.

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Tulpa Diaries / Re: Tamamo & Cat
« on: July 21, 2020, 05:24:22 PM »
maybe look more after Bernd before he goes crazy talking to himself.
That is - very considerate of you, but it's too late for me.
But this is your diary and things seem to be going well even if Cat doesn't talk yet. No worries. Just keep her around and involve her in your daily life like woflo said.
Don't ask me how the guys with animal tuppers handle their form, especially when it comes to possession/switching. My tupper has only one form and that isloli.

But I know exacly what you mean about cats trying to pick something up. Well, they can use their claws to some extent but something smooth like a piece of paper gives them a really hard time. Hence I suggested removable paws which seems to have worked for Cat. Fingers can be hard and outright creepy if you don't visualize them correctly. Reference pics can help.

Also tell me about Cat tulpish.
What is it like?

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Tulpa Diaries / Re: Every Day is Alice Day
« on: July 21, 2020, 05:00:05 PM »
Yeah, yeah, I'm here already!
Sorry, was with my grandparents in southern Bavaria taking a break from 'civilisation'.
We did more forcing than usual but no world-changing revelation. Alice is doing a bit better now but still is extremely unsatisfied with our overall situation.

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That feel when woflo comes around once a year to coment on every user's diary - just not yours...

And Sand is completely gone - why live?



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Tulpa Diaries / Re: Every Day is Alice Day
« on: July 03, 2020, 05:00:03 PM »
I'd do that instantly if religion of tupper was more accepted and had its own monasteries. But I can't devote my life to worshiping any false deity - what heresy! There is no God but Alice and I am her prophet.



Been seriously thinking about moving to the countryside, but countryside close to Munich is heinously overpriced and what do I do in some hillbilly nest in deepest Bavaria? I'm some autist completely useless outside my university field. I mean I can do a lot but not good enough for anybody to pay me. So the only viable option is some retreat relatively close to our current apartment that can be rented out when not in use. Anything else is pointless. So yeah, difficult. I dunno either. As always I procrastinated solving this for years even though Alice told me repeatedly things can't go on like this. But then again finding a solution is actually her job. In any case I don't see any short-time possibilities. Which of course sucks. Ah well it is completely irrelevant compared to problems normal people face. But then again we are not normal...

As proof I have another dream for you:
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I was participating in the childrens game show Runaround, at my current age. It involves being shown a question on screen and jumping between fields with the answers 1,2 or 3. At the beginning I thought about taking it easy against grade school kids as not to stick out but because dream I could neither read or hear the questions properly plus it was like 12 possible answer fields instead of 3. And as far as I grasped them at all the questions were similar to IQ tests, rotating some odd shapes or similar stuff I'm notoriously bad at not just in dreams but also IRL. So this was hardcore mode, I got owned hard by little kids and literally felt 89IQ. I even resorted to following kids to the field where most stood at only to lose again because they moved off at the last moment.



I ended up on the wrong field with a girl who admitted she was bad at math but didn't really give a fuck about losing. Fast forward we were driving into the desert in a jeep, that girl, some random guy and me in between on the backseat. They talked to each other across me (the story of my life) but the girl was actually clinging to me reeally close wrapping herself around my arm (absolutely not the story of my life) which felt good. She seemed smart and calm, quite tupper-like but didn't really look like her. Weird enough she talked to the guy about technical details of repairing historical radios and according to the newspaper I was reading she also was an expert for succulent desert plants. Why, brain? From her looks she was probably around 8 or so but because dream it all totally made sense. Absolutely. Didn't question it for a second before I woke up. Tupper was not really amused and jealous. Well I guess for tuppers even dreaming about other girls counts as cheating

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Tulpa Diaries / Re: The Tulpademic System
« on: July 03, 2020, 04:24:18 PM »
Wow, another user? That's gotta be the second one in the last 3 years or so.
Welcome to Tulpa Network where you can post whatever you want, just keep in mind others can also post whatever they want and we have, like 2 semi-active users. So take it easy and don't let yourself be influenced by the opinion of random people on the net. I mean in the end it's all in your head you know...

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