quirk (kwûrk) n.
1. A peculiarity of behavior; an idiosyncrasy: “Every man had his own quirks and twists” (Harriet Beecher Stowe).
2. An unpredictable or unaccountable act or event; a vagary: a quirk of fate.
3. A sudden sharp turn or twist.
4. An equivocation; a quibble.
5. Architecture. A lengthwise groove on a molding between the convex upper part and the soffit.
842: Your character is a hunter of the undead who uses a cricket bat as his weapon of choice.
ThorvaldHafgrimsson wrote:Life is full of choices. Sometimes you make the good ones, and sometimes you have to kill all the witnesses.
NastasiaLorn; wrote: But then you have to pay the liability insurance.
57949688 wrote:Why doesnt anyone ever sig my qoutes!?
57131438 wrote: most of them are bored, immature adults.
851: PC has an unusual walk - they move their right arm when stepping with their right leg and move their left arm when stepping with their left leg...try doing this yourself once if you don't understand why it's unusual; it feels odd
860: The breakdancing sorcerer. Rather than waving his hands around like a pansy when he casts spells, he cuts it up on the floor for all his somatic components. He drops and does flares while fireballs shoot from his feet. When he does a triple headspin, a mighty hurricane appears. He could also lay out a fresh rhyme for his verbal components.
I think we need a bit of a reminder of the definition of quirk
845: Big lech basically. Horndog. Even hits on enemy females...including Drow, which can create a problem since he's a high elf.
Wow, that totally hasn't been done a million times and already mentioned two or three times on this list...
858: For some reason they never use actual weapons as weapons; they use things which were not intended to be weapons such as sports equipment, kitchen utensils, and/or farming tools. (on a side note, someone using a pitchfork would be kinda cool)
i once had to use a ham sandwhich as a weapon
871: Smokes cigarettes....I know this isn't a very unusual quirk, but I don't believe anyone has mentioned it, and I don't believe I've seen anyone rp a character who smokes.
849: PC knows more than one language and sometimes mixes the two languages together without realizing it (i.e. speaking English for half a sentence and then switching over to Spanish halfway through the sentence)
Guilty as charged! I especially do it when writing essays, do you even realize how annoying it is to rewrite 2 pages just because you finished in another language switching between danish and english at random intervals...
So would that be Danglish?