Original Post - 06/29/2020 11:46 PM

jeck

Posts: 204

The link to my value list is https://pastebin.com/5yh1KHFP

It is the most accurate value list to date, and features many items that you would otherwise not find on many other value lists.

Reply - 06/29/2020 11:59 PM

football

Posts: 171

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Reply - 06/30/2020 12:04 PM

DeadInAFlash

Posts: 281

Well that is worse

Reply - 06/30/2020 12:07 PM

regen

Posts: 584

wow thank u

Reply - 06/30/2020 12:07 PM

CubeShip

Posts: 1,258

Really helpful, thanks!

Reply - 06/30/2020 12:09 PM

RectangleMan

Posts: 2,778

On YouTube, a subculture of videos that utilize Vyond emerged in 2011, though it has declined with the site's more expensive service fees. Colloquially known as "grounded videos" or "punishment day videos", these videos usually feature characters such as the protagonists from animated children's programs including Caillou, Dora the Explorer, Little Bill, Arthur and others being out of character and generally getting into trouble, resulting in their punishments being disproportionate. Generally, this is a grounding for a very long and absurd amount of time such as a century or multiple decades, often exaggerated into billions of years, or can be as extreme as immediate capital punishment carried out by law enforcement. These are usually created with the intent of comedic effect, as the text-to-speech system Vyond uses to provide voices can fail to recognize the large numbers used in those videos, and often reads onomatopoeic sounds as literal words rather than expressions.

Reply - 06/30/2020 12:12 PM

CubeShip

Posts: 1,258

On YouTube, a subculture of videos that utilize Vyond emerged in 2011, though it has declined with the site's more expensive service fees. Colloquially known as "grounded videos" or "punishment day videos", these videos usually feature characters such as the protagonists from animated children's programs including Caillou, Dora the Explorer, Little Bill, Arthur and others being out of character and generally getting into trouble, resulting in their punishments being disproportionate. Generally, this is a grounding for a very long and absurd amount of time such as a century or multiple decades, often exaggerated into billions of years, or can be as extreme as immediate capital punishment carried out by law enforcement. These are usually created with the intent of comedic effect, as the text-to-speech system Vyond uses to provide voices can fail to recognize the large numbers used in those videos, and often reads onomatopoeic sounds as literal words rather than expressions.

Reply - 06/30/2020 12:12 PM

floor

Posts: 1,034

On YouTube, a subculture of videos that utilize Vyond emerged in 2011, though it has declined with the site's more expensive service fees. Colloquially known as "grounded videos" or "punishment day videos", these videos usually feature characters such as the protagonists from animated children's programs including Caillou, Dora the Explorer, Little Bill, Arthur and others being out of character and generally getting into trouble, resulting in their punishments being disproportionate. Generally, this is a grounding for a very long and absurd amount of time such as a century or multiple decades, often exaggerated into billions of years, or can be as extreme as immediate capital punishment carried out by law enforcement. These are usually created with the intent of comedic effect, as the text-to-speech system Vyond uses to provide voices can fail to recognize the large numbers used in those videos, and often reads onomatopoeic sounds as literal words rather than expressions.

Reply - 06/30/2020 1:02 PM

Annonia

Posts: 385

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