Oh, hello! I didn't see you in the midst of all this chaos.

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  1. Hello, world! I've been cubing on and off for a while now and lurking without an account, so I decided I might as well make one. So here I am... But why should you care? Allow me to explain...

    First off, I'm no amazing speedcuber, and I have no illusions that I am. My PB on 3x3 is 22.3s and I average around 35.9s, 2x2 PB is 4.4 and I average 8.3, and magic PBB is 1.8 and 2.4 average. As far as big cubes go, I can solve them, but my times are monstrous and probably will explode some heads if I post them, so I won't.

    I have a lot of patience when it comes to tedious tasks like putting together a 6x6 or stickering big cubes, I can memorize algorithms easily if I happen to not be too lazy to actually take the time to do it, and I hope to one day learn how to solve cuboids and get a whole bunch to rule the world with.

    I also want to get into cube-modding, though I have no clue where to web start with that, and am eager to learn new and interesting things about the world of cubes.

    As far as not-speedcubin goes, I'm learning guitar, can pretend to play the piano, and try to play chess when I can. For sports, I'm mostly into martial arts, mostly BJJ, but also don't mind soccer. When it comes to games, I prefer board games to video games, but rarely have people to play with, and when I do, there usually isn't enough time. When I do play video games, though, I prefer RPGs (including MMOs) and, of course, Minecraft (but who doesn't like Minecraft?). I enjoy reading books, mostly in the sci-fi / fantasy genre, but if a book is written well, I will probably enjoy it regardless. When it comes to music, Classic and Hard Rock and Metal are my Genres of choice with classical music close on the preference-o-meter.

    I'm an amateur video game designer and write short songs to practice guitar, but those usually die out of memory shortly after an hour of not playing it.

    In conclusion, I am a rat named Monkey who likes all the best things in the world, and you should care because if you don't, ninja zombies will eat your brain :)
     
  2. Noahaha

    Noahaha blindmod

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    Welcome! Be sure to check out the wiki if you haven't already.
     
  3. I know it's only been an hour, but I'm surprised that I haven't seen more responses on this. Seriously, this is an epic introduction. Welcome to the forums!
     
  4. emolover

    emolover Member

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    Your alright! What metal bands do you listen to?
     
  5. cubingawsumness

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    Coolio! Welcome! Nice intro. For 3x3 and 2x2, what method do you use?
     
  6. For 3x3, I use CFOP with 4LLL and I use Ortega for 2x2, but if I ever get around to it, I plan on learning OFOTA fr 2x2 and CFL for 3x3

    Mostly older stuff like Megadeth, Ozzy, Metallica, Iron Maiden, etc; but also some newer bands like A7x.

    Why, thank you, fellow cuber! And thanks a second time for your second thank-deserving comment :D

    By way of quite an extraordinary coincidence, I have chanced to meander about the wiki, but I suppose I will continue to do so for quite some time to come.
     
  7. Owen

    Owen Member

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    TMBG reference in signature = awesome.
     
  8. Sahid Velji

    Sahid Velji Member

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    Hi, read my signature for some useful links, even though you might already know most of them. Have fun!
     
  9. applemobile

    applemobile Member

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    I have 2 rats. Op is a pretty cool guy.
     
  10. Godmil

    Godmil Premium Member

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    Nice introduction, welcome :)
     
  11. Thank you, kind cuber.

    Here I thought no one else knew about them :)

    Thank you! What are your rats names?

    Thank you for the welcome and again for the links.
     

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