uh… | Doki Doki Literature Club! Sayori Date (Mod)

hey yo spaghetto here and welcome to a new mod that I’m trying it’s called say Ori date I’m not actually sure how long this mod is at all cuz on the website it said

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DAY OF THE DEAD | Draw My Life

DAY OF THE DEAD | Draw My Life

The Day of the Dead is a traditional Mexican celebration that honors ancestors. Declared intangible cultural heritage by UNESCO, it is one of the oldest and most representative traditions of the country and takes place

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The Day of the Dead is a traditional Mexican celebration that honors ancestors. Declared intangible cultural heritage by UNESCO, it is one of the oldest and most representative traditions of the country and takes place

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The Egg – A Short Story

The Egg – A Short Story

You were on your way home when you died. It was a car accident. Nothing particularly remarkable, …but fatal nonetheless. It was a painless death. The medics tried their best to save you, …but to

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You were on your way home when you died. It was a car accident. Nothing particularly remarkable, …but fatal nonetheless. It was a painless death. The medics tried their best to save you, …but to

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The Death of Video Game Box Art

The Death of Video Game Box Art

Hi. My name is Jaky and I want to talk to you about video game box art, or covers, or cases or whatever the hell you like to call them. If you play video games,

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Hi. My name is Jaky and I want to talk to you about video game box art, or covers, or cases or whatever the hell you like to call them. If you play video games,

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Gender, Guilt, and Fate – Macbeth, Part 2: Crash Course Literature #410

Hi I’m John Green. This is Crash Course Literature and today we’ll be doubling, bubbling, toiling and troubling as we continue our discussion of Macbeth. Today we’ll be looking more closely at the characters of

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Hi I’m John Green. This is Crash Course Literature and today we’ll be doubling, bubbling, toiling and troubling as we continue our discussion of Macbeth. Today we’ll be looking more closely at the characters of

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Literature Introduction: The Truth About Hell

The Restored Church of God presents, author David C. Pack. The idea of an ever-burning hell has frightened countless millions! What really happens to the wicked after death? Are they “doomed to hell,” where their

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The Restored Church of God presents, author David C. Pack. The idea of an ever-burning hell has frightened countless millions! What really happens to the wicked after death? Are they “doomed to hell,” where their

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The Art of Listening

I feel I can relax more and more deeply into myself. Yet, at the periphery, there is an unassertiveness, a trembling that can cloud the blissfulness of life. “Beloved master, does my ego need nourishment?

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I feel I can relax more and more deeply into myself. Yet, at the periphery, there is an unassertiveness, a trembling that can cloud the blissfulness of life. “Beloved master, does my ego need nourishment?

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1. Course introduction

1. Course introduction

Professor Shelly Kagan: All right, so this is Philosophy 176. The class is on death. My name is Shelly Kagan. The very first thing I want to do is to invite you to call me

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Professor Shelly Kagan: All right, so this is Philosophy 176. The class is on death. My name is Shelly Kagan. The very first thing I want to do is to invite you to call me

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10. God and Mammon: The Wealth of Literary Memory

10. God and Mammon: The Wealth of Literary Memory

Professor John Rogers: Traditionally in Renaissance literature, the muses — and this will be familiar to many of you — the muses are thought to be the daughters of Memory, and the nine muses up

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Professor John Rogers: Traditionally in Renaissance literature, the muses — and this will be familiar to many of you — the muses are thought to be the daughters of Memory, and the nine muses up

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Death in Ancient Greece & Death in Russian Literature

Death in Ancient Greece & Death in Russian Literature

Death is the original enduring question. There’s an ancient Greek story that a wise man was trying to decide if he was happy or not, and reminded himself that you can call no man happy

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Death is the original enduring question. There’s an ancient Greek story that a wise man was trying to decide if he was happy or not, and reminded himself that you can call no man happy

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