Hi! I'm a noob.

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  1. Hey! I'm a cuber from the motherland of WV! :p

    I enjoy things like piano, art, astronomy, and cubing :D

    I hope to go to DC open later next month, so yeah.

    My average is around 30, 33, etc... (I'm New! :p)

    I hope I like this place!

    -CitricAcid
     
  2. Edward

    Edward Member

    Not really much of a noob. ~33 is pretty good.
    Welcome to the forums.
     
  3. miniGOINGS

    miniGOINGS Member

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    Step 1 in being accepted into a forum:

    Admitting that you're a noob.

    Job well done.
     
  4. StachuK1992

    StachuK1992 statue

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    So, what method do you use, and how long have you been cubing?
    Oh. And I'm a Statue.
     
  5. ~Phoenix Death~

    ~Phoenix Death~ Member

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    LOL STALKER
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    WHAT?!?!?!?!?!!
    Already sub-40?!?!
    whoao...NICE!!!
     
  6. Cyrus C.

    Cyrus C. Member

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    Welcome. For a second I thought you were using winter variation. Ha ha.
     
  7. oskarasbrink

    oskarasbrink Member

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    cmon , you don't have to admit that you're a noob :p (joke?)

    and just because someone's fast doesn't mean that person is free from the nooby power , ok? ( not directed at anyone here)

    anyways , welcome to the forums CitricAcid :D
     
  8. nlCuber22

    nlCuber22 Member

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    hey.
    I got Jig-A-Loo tonight after I left haha.
     
  9. Zane_C

    Zane_C Premium Member

    hi, nice name, the picture matches it perfectly
     
  10. ElderKingpin

    ElderKingpin Member

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    compared to a lot of people ~30 is pretty bad >.> (im at that point also) it grinds my gears when i watch a person solve ~15 seconds :[
     
  11. ChrisBird

    ChrisBird Premium Member

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    This was not needed.

    Compared to most of the world 30 seconds is amazing.
     
  12. waffle=ijm

    waffle=ijm Waffo

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    HAI!

    make sure you explore other methods too. there are plenty with a LOT of potential and may fit your cubing style.
     
  13. ElderKingpin

    ElderKingpin Member

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    If it isnt amazing to you, it doesnt matter what other people think.
     
  14. ChrisBird

    ChrisBird Premium Member

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    What I had against your post was the fact that we get a new member and the first thing you say to him.

    "Hi, you suck!"

    I know you used different words, and he said that himself etc. But come on, he is new to the site, lets make him feel welcome instead of putting him down.
     
  15. waffle=ijm

    waffle=ijm Waffo

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    so you're self centered?

    I honestly love watching people get 30s. Because I love how they keep going despite they know they are slower than some. It shows determination in a person. It also reminds me when I was in the 30s. It shows all the time and effort put into the cube was well worth it.
     
  16. AndyRoo789

    AndyRoo789 Premium Member

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  17. (R)

    (R) Member

    HI!!! where in WV do u live
     
  18. teller

    teller REAL Fingertricks!

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    Welcome!

    ~0:30 is totally respectable. It shows you're serious.

    The journey to 0:20 is a blast--never give up! :D

    I visit Morgantown at least a couple of times a year.
     
  19. Eternal Heart

    Eternal Heart Banned

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  20. nlCuber22

    nlCuber22 Member

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    That's close to where me and him live...
     

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