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Does Nostalgia Make You Happy or Sad?

The tendency to experience nostalgia was related both to a focus on avoidance as well as to the personality characteristic of neuroticism. In general, the …

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I am writing this blog post during the COVID-19 pandemic. I have spent the last six months working from home, and most of that time, I've worked in one small room in my house for much of the day. I miss the days when I could walk around the University of Texas campus several times a day going to a class or a meeting.

Those feelings are nostalgia—a longing for something in the past.

What impact does nostalgia have on our sense of well-being?

This question was explored in a series of studies in a February 2020 paper in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology by David Newman, Matthew Sachs, Arthur Stone, and Norbert Schwarz.

These researchers start by pointing out that many studies of nostalgia ask participants to recall a past event about which they feel nostalgic. These studies suggest that looking back at the past tends to make people feel good.

But these studies do not tell us much about what happens when people feel nostalgic as a part of their daily life. To examine that question, the authors did two kinds of studies.

First, they developed a brief scale that measures differences among people in how often they feel nostalgic. This scale uses questions like “How nostalgic do you feel?” and “To what extent do you feel sentimental for the past?”

They had people give ratings of their overall degree of positive and negative feelings as well as the degree to which they felt inspired and having a sense of meaning in life. They also had these participants fill out the nostalgia measure as well as measures of the Big Five personality characteristics and the extent to which people are focused on goals to achieve positive outcomes (approach) or goals to avoid negative outcomes (avoidance).

The tendency to experience nostalgia was related both to a focus on avoidance as well as to the personality characteristic of neuroticism. In general, the tendency to experience nostalgia relates to the experience of negative feelings, depression, and regret. Higher levels of nostalgia are also related to a search for meaning in life.

This study suggests that people who rate themselves as more nostalgic tend to have more negative feelings and emotions than those who rate themselves as less nostalgic.

The second set of studies explored daily experiences of nostalgia. Participants completed a daily diary study in which they reported measures of well-being each day for two weeks and also rated how nostalgic they were on that particular day. Days in which people felt nostalgic tended to be those in which they felt bad.

Because the study was done each day, it was possible to look at how one day affected another. Days on which people felt lonely tended to lead to nostalgia on the following day. Days on which people felt nostalgic were followed by days in which people tended to think about negative things and to experience negative feelings. These results suggest that nostalgia is triggered by a feeling of isolation and leads to negative feelings in the future.

So why have so many studies of nostalgia suggested that it creates positive feelings? The answer seems to be a difference between what happens when you ask people to be nostalgic versus what happens when nostalgia is triggered by something in their lives.

In a final study, the researchers asked people to think of an event that made them feel nostalgic (which they did at the beginning or end of the study). They described this event and then gave ratings of their overall well-being. In addition, these participants completed a seven-day diary study in which they gave ratings of well-being and were asked about an event that made them feel nostalgic that day. They also described the nostalgic event.

The researchers compared the level of positive and negative feelings people experienced on the day in which they were asked explicitly to think about a nostalgic experience and compared those to days on which people felt particularly nostalgic in the daily diary study. Asking people for a nostalgic experience made them feel more positive and less negative than they did on days in which they spontaneously felt nostalgic.

What is the source of that difference? Raters looked at the description of the events people remembered. When people were asked to think of a nostalgic event, that event was a more positive event from their life than the event people recalled when a situation triggered a feeling of nostalgia.

These studies suggest that nostalgia is a double-edged sword: If we try to look back at the past for events that make us feel nostalgic, we often think about positive things from our past that can lead to feelings of contentment and happiness. However, when life events trigger a feeling about the past, we often think about things that are not as positive, and that can have a negative impact on our sense of well-being that can last for a few days.

References

Newman, D.B., Sachs, M.E., Stone, A.A., & Schwarz, N. (2020). Nostalgia and well-being in daily life: An ecological validity perspective. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 118(2), 325-347.

Billionaire who sold Minecraft to Microsoft is sad and ...

Markus "Notch" Persson is one of those new billionaires. The 36-year-old founded Mojang, created Minecraft and sold it to Microsoft for .5 billion. He bought himself a million mansion in ...

Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our lives.

Markus "Notch" Persson is not a happy person.

CNET

Being rich is wonderful.

At least that's the assumption the whole world seems to make.

The wealthy are today's so-called rock stars, even though the music that emerges from their mouths can sometimes feel like a dirge played on a flute slipped up someone's nose.

This is especially true of the tech world, where untold billions have descended on young, sometimes socially awkward, nerdy types.

Markus "Notch" Persson is one of those new billionaires. The 36-year-old founded Mojang, created Minecraft and sold it to Microsoft for .5 billion.

He bought himself a million mansion in Beverly Hills, supposedly outbidding Jay Z and Beyonce.

After completing the Microsoft deal, he didn't join Redmond's merry band. Instead, he started a new life. He's wondering now if it's a better one.

In a series of tweets posted on Saturday, Persson exposed his feelings. Raw and deeply melancholy, they reveal that money truly isn't everything -- at least for him.

He began: "The problem with getting everything is you run out of reasons to keep trying, and human interaction becomes impossible due to imbalance."

It depends on how you define everything. For many people, Persson might seem like the man with everything. Instead, he bemoans the difficulty of having relationships.

He wrote: "Hanging out in ibiza with a bunch of friends and partying with famous people, able to do whatever I want, and I've never felt more isolated."

Freedom can be very difficult to live with. You can do anything you like. But what is it you want to do? And with whom? And what do they think of you now that you're extremely wealthy?

Persson explained: "In sweden, I will sit around and wait for my friends with jobs and families to have time to do shit, watching my reflection in the monitor."

He added: "Found a great girl, but she's afraid of me and my life style and went with a normal person instead."

I'm not sure normal people actually exist, but imbalance is now a prevalent concept in a world where inequality is starker than it has been for some years.

Persson complained that in selling Mojang, he made sure the employees were taken care of, but "they all hate me now."

Why not, though, aim for higher things? Why not commit to philanthropy? Persson said: "I would Musk and try to save the world, but that just exposes me to the same type of [explitive] that made me sell minecraft again."

Having lived in several countries, it's always struck me that if you can find 10 people you really like, you can build a pleasant life anywhere. It's not always easy to find those ten people. Persson, now removed from life's usual exigencies, seems to be lacking anyone with whom he can be his own normal self.

He said he's taken advice from others in his position: "People who made sudden success are telling me this is normal and will pass. That's good to know! I guess I'll take a shower then!"

There will be those who have no sympathy with him. They'll tell him to get a life, even though he seems to already have -- by some measures -- a very nice one. Some, though, might feel sympathy with the idea that all the money in the world doesn't actually buy anything other than things and more things.

Twenty-four hours after his tweets, Persson added some more context: "I really appreciate all the offers to hang and talk and all. As an introvert, new friends is hard to do even when fine, but it means a lot!"

He also explained that his series of tweets came out of genuine human sadness: "And just venting and not feeling like I had to hide made it feel a bit easier to cope with already."

The tech world represents the possibility of enormous wealth gained quickly by those still in their relative youth.

In dangling that possibility, the tech world works harder and harder to take over more and more of its employees' time. Even some tech CEOs admit this is true -- for example, VMWare CEO Pat Gelsinger.

The only thing you can cling onto is your sense of priorities and your very sense of self. It isn't easy. How strange, then, that even when you've made your fortune, things still don't seem to follow the intentions of your inner algorithm.

When Persson's mansion was originally listed, the realtor's spiel described it as "an overwhelming sensory experience." That doesn't seem to describe Persson's current life at all.

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The Ending Of Minecraft Explained

18-10-2018 · The End to Minecraft is naturally occurring. Players in search of the end can find it by scouring any world that they find themselves in. In Survival mode, beneath the blocks of the earth are strongholds.There can be anywhere between one to 128 strongholds per world, and within the stone walls are passageways, iron bars, maybe a library or two.

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In life, we're told we can do anything we put our minds to. In Minecraft, players can do anything they put their pickaxe to. Since the game's release in 2011, the innumerable possibilities within the game have allowed players to explore open worlds; build their own cities, roller coasters, and computers; dabble in technology and magic alike; and create their own games, or working cell phones, along the way. There might be an endless amount of content within the pixels of Mojang's Minecraft, but there is also an end.

In a seemingly infinite open world where players get to tell their own stories, there is a finish line. As unlikely as it sounds, it's fairly easy to achieve, depending on players' patience and skill. The capital-E End to Minecraft has a rich reward and something for players' to ponder over as they bask in their victory, a mystery that still has the internet baffled to this day.

The End to Minecraft is naturally occurring. Players in search of the end can find it by scouring any world that they find themselves in. In Survival mode, beneath the blocks of the earth are strongholds. There can be anywhere between one to 128 strongholds per world, and within the stone walls are passageways, iron bars, maybe a library or two. But the beginning of The End lies in the End portal found there.

In the End portal room is an empty well above a pit of lava made of twelve frames, each needing an eye of ender. Depending on how or where gamers are playing the game, throwing ender eyes in the air can lead them to one of these strongholds. Once there with at least twelve eyes of ender, the End portal can be opened. This unlocks the achievement with the worryingly questioning title "The End?"

It is indeed the End, should players continue forward from there. The End is the name of the dark, ethereal realm that the portal leads to. The ground there is made of endstone and between islands of this is nothing but void. There is no day or night, and beds will explode if you try to place them. Here is where the ender dragon dwells, and there is no escape until the player defeats it.

Unless you're a speedrunner, a magician, or adept at finding glitches, you'll want to be prepared before facing a foe as indomitable as the ender dragon. Players first need to explore the underworld of the Nether before braving The End. While the Nether has literal fire and brimstone, traversing this hellscape will be a walk in the park compared to defeating the ender dragon.

To get to the Nether to get to the End, players will first have to make a Nether portal, which allows them to go back and forth from the Overworld. This requires obsidian blocks, which can only be mined with a diamond pickaxe. Once in the Nether, players have to avoid the powered up mobs like Ghasts and Blazes. Blazes will drop Blaze rods upon defeat and can be crafted into blaze powder.

Blaze powder is one half of the ingredients needed to create eyes of ender. Endermen drop ender pearls, rather than ender eyes. Killing a dozen or so endermen (if you can) and then combining their ender pearls with blaze powder will create an eye of ender. For the End portal, players will need twelve eyes to unlock its depths. While not a ridiculously arduous process, the journey toward crafting the ender eyes should prepare players for the battle ahead of them.

Since the days of the very first 2D platformers, gamers have been taught that there's is a prize at the end, something to work your way jumping and punching and crafting through the world for. The other common wisdom that games follow to this day is that in order to obtain this prize, players will have to face their greatest challenge yet: the final boss. As much freedom that Minecraft affords players, it still follows this formula.

The ender dragon spawns as soon as players enter the unknowable dimension of The End. Big, black, and blocky with purple eyes, the dragon isn't too thrilled to have an intruder upon its inner world. Perhaps it knows that the player's only way out is through its defeat. The ender dragon can destroy any block by hitting it with its massive body and will deal some serious damage if it knocks into a player, which it will try to do. Beyond physical attacks, the ender dragon breathes fireballs and a noxious purple smoke that the most daring of players can try to bottle to obtain the item Dragon's Breath.

Once finally defeated, the dragon will drop from the sky, battleworn and crying out as beams of light overtake its physical form. Upon its death, the rarest item in the game spawns: the dragon egg. Only one dragon egg can generate per world, making it a seriously valuable, but otherwise useless item: the dragon egg is just a trophy. Congrats.

It might seem impossible, but there is a way to speedrun the game that encourages exploration, creativity, and building intricate structures for hours. Those who totally want to bypass the slow gain of materials, the satisfaction of crafting an iron pickaxe for the first time, and the excitement of their very first square-off with a creeper can race to the End in a matter of minutes.

The previous record for defeating the ender dragon stood at 3:20:9 which was achieved by speedrunner Illumina. Considering how some players can't even craft their first tool in that amount of time, it's a fast and a hard record to beat. Illumina had used a glitch found by user Geosquare, who later set a seemingly unbeatable 1:35:33 record.

Now, these players aren't going about Minecraft in the usual way: they're making use of program tools and glitches to go as fast as possible. Ilumina and Geosquare looked for the ideal conditions, contained within world seeds, in which to find what they need and use it, fast. They used a seed that allowed them to get through the overworld, spend a few moments in the Nether, teleport to the stronghold, and jump through the portal with an End Crystal in hand. Geosquare found a glitch to make the game assume the player has already defeated the dragon before the fight can even load.

The fastest run using only human reflexes and no glitches at all? That belongs to AlphaCreeps' 2:31 sprint, better even than Illumina's tool-assisted run.

You beat the ender dragon: then what? The credits roll, of course. But these aren't your average credits. The credits are perhaps the most mysterious part of Minecraft, and certainly more mysterious than even the murky world of the End.

Minecraft ends not in fire nor in ice, but in poetry. When the player exits the End, they're greeted with a blue and green scroll of text that addresses them directly as their PLAYERNAME. The poem is a dialogue, but it may as well be a podcast because it lasts nearly ten minutes. Two voices talk about how the player did a good job, how they have reached a whole new level, how they dreamed, how they woke, and how they were built of billions of atoms and how they sometimes spoke to the universe.

It's a strange, introspective ten minutes. The two speakers appear to be gods of some kind, or else beings on a wholly higher level of existence that the player is just brushing against. They seem to be waxing on the meaning of life, which they call the "long dream" as opposed to the "short dream of a game." All in all it's meta, the beings acknowledging that the player thinks they are part of the game, and confusing. Time would prove that the poem at the end was also highly controversial.

Markus "Notch" Persson built the sandbox that is Minecraft in which players could invent their own worlds and adventures. Does that make him a god? Minecraft, for many, is more than just a game. The culture and creations made in Minecraft have had implications far beyond their blocky landscapes. Minecraft is where the seeds of new games have spawned, where internet personalities have made their marks, and where the name Notch is lauded above all else.

Notch has been called a god by various profiles written about him and even the Minecraft fandom seems to agree wholeheartedly with this terminology, creating fan art around the idea. Therefore, one theory about the end poem is that the gods of Minecraft might be Notch, the two halves of himself proudly speaking to the players of his own creation. He's on a different level, looking down upon the player who achieved the final achievement. The game is what he has made it to be, and the final poem is where he is able to give meaning to an experience with no solid story or moral.

While this theory hasn't been confirmed, we do know that it was Notch's idea to put the poem at the end, and he tasked the perfect poet for the job.

In 2011, Notch tweeted out a call to writers and creatives, asking for someone to write "silly over-the-top out-of-nowhere text" for his game. Julian Gough delivered. Gough had met Notch previously, but had no idea of the scope of what Minecraft would become. That game developer he had met didn't have an end for the game he was about to launch, so Gough lent his talents after several people recommended him.

Once chosen for the job, it began to dawn on Gough how big Minecraft was and how it was only going to get bigger after launch. Notch had given him total freedom, telling Gough to surprise him. They seemed to be on the same philosophical wavelength, so after the writer immersed himself in the game, he wrote the poem as we know it now: no second drafts. Notch didn't cut a single word.

In an interview for Boing Boing, Gough said that the end of the poem seemed to have written itself, as if the universe were writing through his hands as he watched on. This is immensely fitting, considering how central the idea of the universe speaking to the player is throughout the piece.

As for the poem's ultimate meaning? Gough said he wanted it to be dreamy, to capture the way Minecraft players can get lost in a game, and that the conversation was a type of enlightenment: he wanted players to feel like they'd broken through to something.

In a way, Gough broke the internet with the ambiguousness of his poem. No one knew quite what to make of it upon encountering it for the first time, fresh from their victory over the ender dragon. The poet acknowledged that some people didn't dig the idea of sitting in front of mysterious text for a full ten minutes, but said that other people had gotten emotional, thanking him via social media for the experience.

Some have said that it is boring, citing short attention spans; others have said it made the game feel complete. Parts of the community find the end poem to be overly philosophical in a try-hard kind of way, that it almost gives the game a strangely religious undertone.

Religious websites, in fact, have claimed that the end poem is problematic. The Christian blog, The Berean Call, has cited the ending lines of the end poem as equating the player — not Notch — to God. There in the text, where the universe is speaking to the player, the player is the universe and therefore God. In the Boing Boing interview, Gough says that he believes computer games or other media can be religious-like experiences, but it's unlikely that he was trying to craft an actual new religion with the end poem.

Rather than whether or not the end poem is about the player being a god, the debate around the poem is much more meta.

When it comes to theorizing on the end poem, it is the final line that is most striking: "Wake up."

This is fairly meta considering that it is at that moment when players become most aware of reality, "waking up" after having been immersed in the most intense part of the game. This interpretation of the poem theorizes that Minecraft is a dream, where in players create their own reality. Idyllic, but ultimately not the genuine article. Some say that the poem is prompting players to "wake up" from Minecraft and leave the game for the real world. Put down the controller and get some fresh air, as it were. Get a life.

In a Game Theory video, YouTuber and game theorist extraordinaire MatPat gets philosophical and details this theory, but also the opposite idea: reality is just a dream, and you made of it what you wanted to. In Minecraft. Confusing? Yes. Slightly more uplifting? Also yes. Here there doesn't seem to be the admonishment of players for ignoring reality, but rather the congratulations for their creation of their own world in-game.

Life is what you make it: a very positive message to be sure. The poem is beautiful, waxing on about how the universe loves the player, and how the player is love. Some in the Minecraft community refuse to take the flowery prose at face value and have instead found something very sinister at the core of what appears to be an otherwise innocuous dialogue:

Satan. Or Herobrine. Whichever is worse.

In Minecraft, Herobrine is the creepypasta ghost that seems to haunt every aspect of the game. An empty-eyed version of Steve, Herobrine is creepier than any creeper, the alleged specter of Notch's brother or remnant of a tortured man. It's here the end poem comes into play. In Herobrine-centered hoaxes popularized by streamers, the idea is detailed that the story of Minecraft is about a tortured man who had retreated into a fantasy world to escape the pain. The hoax text is littered with pleas to WAKE UP, just like the final line of the end poem. So the theory follows that the end poem is reality bleeding through and begging with the dreaming Herobrine.

Or, if you're the weird guy who runs this even weirder site, the end poem of Minecraft is "the most explicit confession of Satan ever known." Julian Gough was apparently possessed by Satan when he wrote it and the djinns, aliens, and poltergeists mentioned in the poem are coming for us all.

Perhaps, like life, the poem is what you make of it.  

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  • What are some mind-blowing facts about Minecraft?

    Your dog plays Minecraft. 56. You’ve been inspired to start your own farm (but can’t understand why it doesn’t take care of itself.) 57. You’re learning coding just to make mods for Minecraft. 58. The biggest open-pit mine in the world was built by you, in Minecraft.

    Earl knows all the signs of "Minecraft" addiction—from personal experience.

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    1. You’ve tried getting wood by punching the trees in your backyard.2. You’ve tried mining for coal in your backyard.3. Reality suddenly isn’t cubic enough.4. You’re disappointed that real saplings take more than a few hours to grow into full-sized trees.5. When dusk falls, you panic, run home, and pray you don’t run into any zombies.6. You arrange office supplies in groups of 64.7. You get angry that dirt doesn’t float in real life.8. You’ve tried gathering saplings in real life by beating leaves with sticks (and other tools)9. You’re on the “all bacon, all the time” diet.10. You always carry a backpack of tools with you everywhere you go.11. You’ve reached the size limit for all of your worlds.12. You have an entire chest (in-game) filled with records.13. You don’t need to look on Minepedia to know the exact number of uses you can get from a given tool.14. You have an entire chest (in-game) filled with diamonds.15. You’re saving up for a diamond pickaxe (in real life)16. You’ve carved a series of two-meter high tunnels under your home (while looking for coal and iron.)17. You’ve built your own crafting workbench in your garage.18. You’ve painstakingly gathered enough spider webs together to make something vaguely resembling a brick (and you plan on painting on it once it has a proper frame of sticks!)19. When you yell “CREEPER!” all your friends duck or scatter.20. You’ve tried every possible option on the Painterly Pack Customizer.

    21. You’ve spent whole days doing nothing but building things on Minecraft.

    22. You check Notch’s blog daily just to see if there are any new updates.23. You’ve taken up cactus farming (and you don’t even live in an arid area.)

    24. You think of the ecology of the world in terms of Minecraft biomes.

    25. You go into rock shops looking for Redstone.26. You pray night after night that, when you die, you won’t go to the nether27. You wouldn’t mind going to the nether as long as there’s an obsidian gateway there (and you have flint and steel.)28. You can’t understand why your wooden pickaxe won’t break through solid stone.29. Your solution to saving energy is to go dig for lightstone.30. You dream in pixels 31. You’ve installed a pressure-plate for your front door.32. You honestly believe that you can just gather lava in a bucket and carry it back to your forge.

    33. You leave the house genuinely angry that you haven’t found enough clay in your world to make a house (yet.)

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    34. You’ve exchanged your real bed for one made of stone and wool.35. You’ve dug down to the bedrock (in your own backyard.)36. You STILL don’t understand why your wooden pickaxe won’t break through solid stone.37. You gather mushrooms believing that, as long as you make stew with one red one and one brown one, it will be edible.38. You scour gravel driveways for flint.39. You’ve gathered sand and put it in the oven in the hopes that it would turn into glass.40. You explore local caves hoping you’ll run across a mob spawner (and mossy cobblestone!)

    41. You’ve recreated famous monuments (and buildings) in Minecraft.

    42. You don’t believe trees have roots or branches, only logs and leaves.43. You take solace in the fact that Minecraft weather never changes.44. You know every bug (and you’re always one of the first players to exploit them.)45. You feel safe as long as you have a door between you and something that wants to kill you.46. You’ve gathered enough obsidian to build your own real-life nether portal (and you can’t understand why it doesn’t work!)47. You miss your pig spawner48. You’ve seen Herobrine.49. You have a Minecraft-themed tattoo

    50. You’ve written Minecraft fanfiction.


    51. You’ve read (and critiqued) others’ Minecraft fanfiction.
    52. You’ve made Minecraft block-themed decorations (and put them up for the holidays).53. Your business card includes a line like “Minecraft Master.”

    54. All your friends play Minecraft.


    55. Your dog plays Minecraft.56. You’ve been inspired to start your own farm (but can’t understand why it doesn’t take care of itself.)

    57. You’re learning coding just to make mods for Minecraft.


    58. The biggest open-pit mine in the world was built by you, in Minecraft.59. You don’t bother to dig up Redstone anymore.

    60. Your Minecraft worlds have been developed into huge, sprawling cities (and no one else is playing on them.)


    61. You’ve panhandled with a sign that says “will Minecraft 4 food.”62. You dream of having a job digging ditches.63. You’re constantly emailing Notch about things he should add into the game.

    64. You’ve created Minecraft fan art.


    65. You’ve taken the time to create papercraft art of Minecraft.
    66. You support authors of articles about Minecraft (like the author of this article) by visiting their sponsors through links like those near the top of this article.
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    67. You’ve laid more track in Minecraft than has ever been laid in America.68. You can scare your friends by sneaking up behind them and hissing like a creeper about to explode.69. You wish every day was update day.70. You’re learning to speak Swedish (in the hopes that you’ll get updates and rumors faster!).

    71. You go from door to door asking people if they’ve heard about “the miracle of Minecraft.”

    72. You revere Notch as if he were a god.73. You believe all foods are best when cubed.

    74. You’ve downloaded Minecraft music onto your MP3 player (and you listen to it while you work.)


    75. You have multiple Minecraft accounts (and play on them simultaneously.)76. You’ve eradicated all the monsters in the Nether (and built it up enough that they can’t spawn).

    77. You inspire people by telling them that the world is their Minecraft—they can build anything!

    78. You’ve built more full-sized, non-functional vehicles than Leonardo da Vinci could ever have dreamed to draw.79. You doodle blocks and new structure ideas on notepads when you’re on the phone.

    80. You visit the Minecraft forums hourly.


    81. When you get together with your friends, the first topic to come up is always Minecraft.82. You’ve become a professional griefer.83. You can find your way out of any spawn jail.84. You’re depressed that your watch doesn’t just say when dawn and dusk are (but you’re crafting one that does).85. You start to believe that, in the real world, your spawn point is somewhere far, far up North.86. You can’t understand why punching sheep in the real world doesn’t give you wool.87. You start doing bizarre things in the game (like importing stone from the nether and turning your main world into the Nether instead).88. You feel compelled to start playing around with gunpowder and TNT in real life.89. You have plans to make the sun more square.90. You’re building a powerful laser in order to write “MINECRAFT!” on the moon.91. You contribute trivia to the pages on Minepedia.92. You can out-creep a creeper.93. The idea of finding big gold nuggets in real life doesn’t excite you anymore.94. You catch yourself going to the hardware store looking for iron ingots and sticks.95. You remember Indev.96. You start getting really skinny (because you don’t have to eat food to stay alive in Minecraft!).97. You start drawing durability bars on your yard and garden tools.98. You’ve killed more than your fair share of Spider Jockeys.

    99. Minecraft is no longer just a game for you.


    100. You make at least one comparison every day between the way things work in the real world and the way they work in Minecraft.
    101. You write lists and articles about Minecraft.

    MincraftNerd on March 25, 2020:

    XD 1116: You see a child dressed up as a creeper and pour water on his head to stop him from igniting!

    XD 1117: You hope a mob is not around your bed so you can sleep!

    XD 1118: You wear the same close for EVERYDAY!

    XD 1119: You ignore your pets because you think you can’t pet them!

    Aleahngamingguy from Earth on February 26, 2020:

    Number INFINITY: you build a Nether portal with obsidian and get frustrated that the purple stuff don't appear

    HI on November 13, 2019:

    1161: You take 5 random pieces of wood and think you can travel over water with it, as if it's any sort of boat.

    bumblebeetuna958 on July 24, 2019:

    number WHATEVER:You think you can eat raw food in real life

    You go to a mansion,ring the bell and ask,"Is this where Johnny lives?"

    Instead of saying who the hell cares you say who the nether cares

    poop on July 21, 2019:

    like 80% of this is the same thing

    Zvorak Zekrom on July 01, 2019:

    This is quite offensive.

    TwixTeaMC on May 07, 2019:

    1156: You try to make a realm

    1157: You try to move by pressing WASD on your PC

    1158: You try yelling a command thinking it'll work

    1159: You think that you have pockets even tho your shirt doesn't have any 27 pockets

    dangmattsmith on May 03, 2019:

    I should do a video of people who play minecraft to much great article

    elmoi on February 08, 2019:

    I found this gem from 9 years ago (an estimate)

    cheese on December 26, 2018:

    yea idont do any of these but im still addicted like hecc

    Minecraft Is Cool on November 01, 2018:

    cool

    Cha_cha_dragona on October 27, 2018:

    Another one: you give the cashier emeralds wanting to get something from them in return

    Another other one: You start a chicken cow and sugar cane farm wanting to bake a cake

    Aaron on June 02, 2018:

    Why do you have to give out information except your name!

    Aaron on June 02, 2018:

    Aaron is going to create minecraft story mode two!

    OriVT on March 30, 2018:

    you put lightstone instead of glowstone lol

    jeff on February 06, 2018:

    minecraft isnt real

    HI on December 19, 2017:

    1152: You surround a diamond with wood in an attempt to make a jukebox.

    1153: You surround a piece of circuitry with wood in an attempt to create a note block.

    Liam Yang on September 15, 2017:

    243. You expect to create a wooden pickaxe just by putting wood planks and sticks on a 3x3 grid (in real life)

    Bonnie on August 01, 2017:

    Omg Minecraft is so addicting but I don't have any of these

    Mio_Naruse on July 16, 2017:

    102. Writing this list of signs you play to much

    James on June 20, 2017:

    wow, lightstone? lmao

    ender destroyer on February 18, 2017:

    1000. you expect to find a stonghold in real life

    Blankie333 on February 07, 2017:

    you shoot some cows expecting to make armor but just freak out and run away instead

    SDMG on November 27, 2016:

    1139: You ignite pigs thinking you will get cooked porkchop.

    1140: You leave a single block in an infinite survival world.

    HI on October 30, 2016:

    1146: You decide not to take an afternoon nap because "you can't sleep at night."

    Cole at Channel -7 on October 15, 2016:

    1138: You kill your self thinking you will just respawn on or beside your bed.

    White_TabbyCat_Gray on September 28, 2016:

    866: You go to your local farm and get wheat then bring it back home and try to make Bread On your Crafting table that you finally made

    867: You go to sleep and lay there for 3 seconds then get up and think that its day now

    867: You have been spending years trying to change to creative so you can fly.

    868: You`ve read everything in the article and the comments and said yes to them.

    I wonder who sad yes to all of those?.. :P

    hhhhh on September 12, 2016:

    866: You hope you spawn by your bed when your near a murderer.

    lololllolol on August 21, 2016:

    you try to make a block of coal, gold, iron, diamond, or emerald by placing pieces of coal, iron/gold ingots, diamonds, or emeralds in a 3x3 pattern

    geekyalma101x on August 20, 2016:

    1137: U read all 1137 signs your addicted to minecraft

    Not A Minecraft Addict on August 10, 2016:

    1136: you spend 2 hours reading all 1135 comments and write ur own.

    HI on August 08, 2016:

    1135: You give the cashier emeralds.

    Kiedamon on August 04, 2016:

    God. I remember the time I was up so ridiculously late that I stepped into the kitchen and noticed one of the light bulbs wasn't working. When I looked at the corner the light should have been lighting up I thought "I should really replace that bulb, I don't want anything spawning" then I just froze and laughed my ass off.

    HI on July 10, 2016:

    1123: You drink orange juice and think you are immune to fire.

    1124: You drink strawberry juice, mix a weirdly glowing watermelon in, and think it will heal you instantly.

    1125: You drink green radish juice and mixing in a rabbit's foot thinking you will jump higher.

    1126: You drink blueberry juice and mix a yellow carrot in and think you can hold your breath in water or see better at night.

    1127: You think drinking sugar water will make you run faster.

    1128: You think drinking pink bismuth will rapidly regenerate you.

    1129: You put a stick in a campfire, put the fire in your water bottle, and drink it thinking you will get stronger.

    1130: You put a spider eye in the blueberry juice to make yourself invisible.

    1131: You put a spider eye in the sugar water to make a slowness potion.

    1132: You put a spider eye in the strawberry juice to make a harming potion.

    1133: You mix gunpowder in all the negative "potions", throw them at people you hate, and wonder why it breaks and spills instead of making them poisoned, slow, harmed, and weak.

    1134: You realize there is no nether wart in the wolrd!!!!!!

    HI on July 10, 2016:

    1123: You drink orange juice and think you are immune to fire.

    1124: You drink strawberry juice, mix a weirdly glowing watermelon in, and think it will heal you instantly.

    1125: You drink green radish juice and mixing in a rabbit's foot thinking you will jump higher.

    1126: You drink blueberry juice and mix a yellow carrot in and think you can hold your breath in water or see better at night.

    1127: You think drinking sugar water will make you run faster.

    1128: You think drinking pink bismuth will rapidly regenerate you.

    1129: You put a stick in a campfire, put the fire in your water bottle, and drink it thinking you will get stronger.

    1130: You put a spider eye in the blueberry juice to make yourself invisible.

    1131: You put a spider eye in the sugar water to make a slowness potion.

    1132: You put a spider eye in the strawberry juice to make a harming potion.

    1133: You mix gunpowder in all the negative "potions", throw them at people you hate, and wonder why it breaks and spills instead of making them poisoned, slow, harmed, and weak.

    1134: You realize there is no nether wart in the wolrd!!!!!!

    Micah Laster on July 03, 2016:

    34. says You’ve exchanged your real bed for one made of stone and wool.

    beds arn't stone and wool they are wood planks and wool

    HI on July 03, 2016:

    1120: You kill a dragon and expect a portal.

    1121: You wonder why a snowman doesn't move.

    1122: You buy head sculptures, place three of them on "sand", and wonder why the Wither didn't spawn.

    HI on July 03, 2016:

    1120: You kill a dragon and expect a portal.

    1121: You wonder why a snowman doesn't move.

    1122: You buy head sculptures, place three of them on "sand", and wonder why the Wither didn't spawn.

    Foxy the pirate on June 29, 2016:

    You fall in love with a minecraft villager in real life

    Poop on June 25, 2016:

    999999999999999999999: you fall in love with a villager

    pro gamer on May 14, 2016:

    You go in woods and take a bone and try to tame a Wolfe. (Remember there's NO reaspawn button onece your dead,your dead.)

    MineFox on March 28, 2016:

    786: you kill all the sheep in the world and wonder why you have no wool yet.(real life)

    mariothedog on March 09, 2016:

    786: u change ur irl name to Minecraft.......

    Mcmcmc on February 01, 2016:

    Holy crap that's a lot of comments.

    1119, you find this article 5 years after its posted

    Drybones707 on October 29, 2015:

    1117 When you go outside at night you have a sword with you

    1118 Where ever you go you bring steak and torches

    Jimmy on October 11, 2015:

    1115 You cannot run without straight legs and skipping

    1116 You have a stiff hand which makes chopping motions all the time

    Craftmine on October 11, 2015:

    1114. Playing games that look like minecraft.

    MinecraftFna on July 14, 2015:

    You look at the world around you and all you see is a replacement of what it would look like in minecraft.

    CreeperGirl8203 on June 29, 2015:

    1113: u play minecraft too much and kill the mobs but seeing creepers at ur door every day (in mincraft) u kinda take it too far.... Like me I married over like 200 creepas THERE SO ADORIBLE!!!!!!

    anonymous on May 31, 2015:

    1112: You get sick and tired of playing Minecraft!

    lolhacks on April 25, 2015:

    1111:you punch a man

    notchmcfotch on April 16, 2015:

    1110: you jump off a bulding try to fly and land on a trampoline and get flunged to a cop car to fall off to get carried to the hospital and a hobo take you (inreal)

    notch bruh on February 24, 2015:

    1109 you carry a whole inventory in your pocket

    TallDude on February 07, 2015:

    You Run Away From Mobs

    me on December 19, 2014:

    You DON'T yell and scream when someone sings let it go. Instead, you scratch your head and think, who wrote that awesome song?

    minertroll on August 23, 2014:

    You made a book "101 sings" from this webpage in game (quill/book). - and are proud to have sold it for over 00 in-game currency!

    CalvinCraft321 on August 21, 2014:

    1104 You punch a skeleton in science classrooms, hoping for that rare chance that it will drop an enchanted bow

    1105 You think that if you get poisoned, as long as you don't hurt yourself, the poison wont kill you

    1106 You complain that you didn't get to choose the difficulty before you started the world (in real life)

    1107 You go to villages looking for squidward

    1108 You post these kind of things on this kind of article in the comments

    UPtoDOWN on July 29, 2014:

    HI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

    zhekalevin on June 29, 2014:

    1103 you buy capes on Ebay for 00

    God on June 15, 2014:

    1102 you realise that you don't need jesus

    nethergirl on June 13, 2014:

    I am sooo NOT playing too much minecraft,yo.

    Herobrine on May 23, 2014:

    Herobrine is here hehehe

    arandomperson on May 06, 2014:

    You don't know they added horses because you've been playing minecraft nonstop since 1.4

    Awesome dude on May 03, 2014:

    1101 you smash boats tryin 2 get sticks

    Brandon on May 02, 2014:

    1091: You have played over 90 maps.

    1092: You have MADE over 90 maps.

    1093: When someone says: "Would you like some cheese on toast?" You say: "Pfff! Cheese isn't real!"

    1094: When you go to sleep you count creepers.

    1095: You own at least 5 servers.

    1096: You're OPed on at least 10 servers.

    1097: You see Notch and say: NOOB!

    1098: You're scared of the dark.

    1099: You don't believe in vampires and werewolves but you do believe in zombies and dragons.

    And finally! 1100: You come home saying: "Yes! Minecraft!" Then your mum says: "It's time to get off!" But you say: "It's only been like, 10 minutes!" Then you look at the time and it's been 5 hours.

    Allyson Valdez on May 02, 2014:

    1089:you read this all over again checking if you had to much minecraft

    1090:you've become a very awesome pro

    lexicatishere on April 06, 2014:

    1088: You're going through this like a checklist

    why do u care on April 02, 2014:

    number whatever: everything you do is minecraft related

    jackson on April 01, 2014:

    You are STILL reading this

    Donuts on March 28, 2014:

    1087: You've read this whole thing

    Blueyoshi1124 on March 10, 2014:

    1084: The forcably ride a horse to try to tame it

    1085: you have just found out the world isn't a cube (I'm sorry its true)

    1086: you've made a command block in irl but you don't know why it dosent work

    Jerusha on February 28, 2014:

    1083: Expecting yourself to be able to B U I L D a city O N L Y using blocks.

    CowsterMan on February 27, 2014:

    You can swim up a waterfall with no hands

    Jack on January 01, 2014:

    You are positive jumping off a 40 story building will be safe, providing you land in a puddle of water.

    Steven on December 15, 2013:

    You can't find diamonds in a cave give up man

    Kyle on December 07, 2013:

    You tried to mine in your backyard and could not find redstone. Your took a stone and some red spraypaint and made a "red stone"

    alex on December 03, 2013:

    i don't have any of those prplems but i think herobrine and slender man is following me

    Jacob on December 01, 2013:

    1082: At night you run back to your house, in hope that no mobs have spawned, and just to make sure you turn on all the lights, and listen.

    Daniel on November 23, 2013:

    1081: When you gouge out someones eye and throw it into the air, hoping it is close enough to an eye of ender and it will show you where the dungeon is

    riolu77 on November 05, 2013:

    1080: You know me in minecraft.

    ender on November 04, 2013:

    1079 when you are at school the year is 2013 but u think its 2.0.1.3 then u say that update isn't out yet

    Derped_Mai_Pants on November 03, 2013:

    435: when you get lost, you kill yourself in the hopes of respawning beside your bed

    ender on October 25, 2013:

    hi creeper

    creeper on October 25, 2013:

    1078:you lie on your bed thinking you will go to bed in 60 sec

    DerpyFacey on October 23, 2013:

    Hey!

    8888888888888888887777777777777777777777777777776767 on October 20, 2013:

    Hello

    MrChicken on October 20, 2013:

    1075: you don't now why you can find monsters

    whocares on October 16, 2013:

    We are actually at 1122

    miners on October 10, 2013:

    # 1,074 You petition the government - to force food manufacturers to label how much the food replenishes the 'hunger bar' (placed alongside the nutritional facts section).

    miners on October 10, 2013:

    # 1,072 You realize that the ACTUAL number is now at 1,072 (and you are upset about the miss-count)!

    #1,073 You have Ophidiophobia (an abnormal fear of snakes) SSsssSSss.

    MomoSct on September 14, 2013:

    When you watch movies and see good people get trapped in a cave or in jail, you are thinking about digging a hole to escape (actually happened to me lol).

    Hannahrox2424 on August 29, 2013:

    When you have modded every possible mod that is blocked on servers so it works (X-Ray, toomanyitems, fly mod, etc,etc...)

    PanWicker on August 24, 2013:

    You get upset when you read "lightstone" in 29 or "Minepedia" in 13

    it's glowstone and Minecraftwiki damn it...

    LizCrafter on August 19, 2013:

    74... I downloaded more than 5 hours of MC parodies yesterday....

    1,419 - You used to want to be an architect, but now you don't because you would be too disappointed that its not like Minecraft

    Kpdoesminecraft on August 14, 2013:

    None of these describe me

    :P on August 05, 2013:

    1,418- (In real life) You Are afraid to go outside in the morning for fear that a spider will pounce on you or a creeper will blow your house up.

    :P on August 05, 2013:

    1,417- You spend your whole day watching Minecraft parodies and Minecraft videos on Youtube.

    FTB on July 28, 2013:

    wow, nice signs and even the comments are better.

    When do you know if u have played too much Feed The Beast ?

    http://mineyourmind.de/

    BZB on July 23, 2013:

    1417 You try to double jump and fly

    Wrange45 on July 20, 2013:

    You think putting a Diamond inside wood blocks Gives you a jukebox

    101 Signs That You’ve Been Playing Too Much "Minecraft
Why do Ghasts cry in Minecraft

18-02-2022 · Why Ghasts are sad in Minecraft Since the Ghast released back in version 1.2.0 of the Java Alpha, their eerie sounds have been the subject of many conversations and discussions.

18-02-2022

Ghasts in Minecraft are large hostile mobs that resemble ghosts. They can be identified by their pale skin texture. Furthermore, they float a few blocks above the ground.

Their primary attack consists of a large fireball that they shoot towards players when they spot them. They can be replicated using a fire charge.

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Ghasts emit an array of eerie noises, with each sound being different according to the state they are currently in. While idly floating around, they can be heard emitting high-pitched crying noises, which sound mournful and sad.

If they spot a player, they emit a high-pitched scream and start shooting a ton of fireballs. When killed, they emit a guttural, low-pitched noise.

This article will talk about why Ghasts emit crying noises in Minecraft.

Why Ghasts are sad in Minecraft

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Since the Ghast released back in version 1.2.0 of the Java Alpha, their eerie sounds have been the subject of many conversations and discussions. Many wondered where their sounds came from, how they were recorded, and why they were sad. In 2017, however, Mojang published a blog post on their website that somewhat explained this phenomenon.

While the post does not explicitly tell players exactly why a Ghast is sad, the reasons it states are comedic and filled with jokes. The post goes over a list of three comical reasons for the phenomenon.

  • No player wants to befriend a terrifying, ghost-like monster who shoots fireballs at passers-by. This reason is quite obvious, as the Ghast can be extremely dangerous and scary, in addition to being a formidable foe to fight.
  • The reasons get dramatically funnier. The blog states “It's never once managed to eat an ice cream without melting it before it even got close to its mouth.” Sounds like a valid reason, since ice-cream is the greatest creation ever.
  • The third reason is plain ridiculous. It states that the Ghast is sad because popular actor Peter Capaldi left the television show, Doctor Who. This event occurred the same year (2017) the blog was published.

The blog then asks players for their theories as to why the Ghast mob is so sad and keeps crying at all times. In addition to the above given statements, another possible reason has crept up via a player on Minecraft’s forum.

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The player states that the Overworld is the Ghast's real home, and that it is sad because it is trapped in the Nether dimension.This gives the “An Uneasy Alliance” advancement a ton of more weight, as it potentially saves the Ghast from the Nether.

Minecraft hosts a ton of different mobs that roam its blocky lands. While many of these mobs are passive, others are neutral and/or hostile. While a huge chunk of the game’s mobs reside in the Overworld dimension, a small group, consisting of hostile and neutral mobs, resides in the Nether. Ghasts are some of the most dangerous mobs found in that dimension.

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101 Signs That You’ve Been Playing Too Much "Minecraft ...

101 Signs That You’ve Been Playing Too Much "Minecraft". Earl knows all the signs of "Minecraft" addiction—from personal experience. 1. You’ve tried getting wood by punching the trees in your backyard. 2. You’ve tried mining for coal in your backyard. 3. Reality suddenly isn’t cubic enough. 4.

Earl knows all the signs of "Minecraft" addiction—from personal experience.

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1. You’ve tried getting wood by punching the trees in your backyard.2. You’ve tried mining for coal in your backyard.3. Reality suddenly isn’t cubic enough.4. You’re disappointed that real saplings take more than a few hours to grow into full-sized trees.5. When dusk falls, you panic, run home, and pray you don’t run into any zombies.6. You arrange office supplies in groups of 64.7. You get angry that dirt doesn’t float in real life.8. You’ve tried gathering saplings in real life by beating leaves with sticks (and other tools)9. You’re on the “all bacon, all the time” diet.10. You always carry a backpack of tools with you everywhere you go.11. You’ve reached the size limit for all of your worlds.12. You have an entire chest (in-game) filled with records.13. You don’t need to look on Minepedia to know the exact number of uses you can get from a given tool.14. You have an entire chest (in-game) filled with diamonds.15. You’re saving up for a diamond pickaxe (in real life)16. You’ve carved a series of two-meter high tunnels under your home (while looking for coal and iron.)17. You’ve built your own crafting workbench in your garage.18. You’ve painstakingly gathered enough spider webs together to make something vaguely resembling a brick (and you plan on painting on it once it has a proper frame of sticks!)19. When you yell “CREEPER!” all your friends duck or scatter.20. You’ve tried every possible option on the Painterly Pack Customizer.

21. You’ve spent whole days doing nothing but building things on Minecraft.

22. You check Notch’s blog daily just to see if there are any new updates.23. You’ve taken up cactus farming (and you don’t even live in an arid area.)

24. You think of the ecology of the world in terms of Minecraft biomes.

25. You go into rock shops looking for Redstone.26. You pray night after night that, when you die, you won’t go to the nether27. You wouldn’t mind going to the nether as long as there’s an obsidian gateway there (and you have flint and steel.)28. You can’t understand why your wooden pickaxe won’t break through solid stone.29. Your solution to saving energy is to go dig for lightstone.30. You dream in pixels 31. You’ve installed a pressure-plate for your front door.32. You honestly believe that you can just gather lava in a bucket and carry it back to your forge.

33. You leave the house genuinely angry that you haven’t found enough clay in your world to make a house (yet.)

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34. You’ve exchanged your real bed for one made of stone and wool.35. You’ve dug down to the bedrock (in your own backyard.)36. You STILL don’t understand why your wooden pickaxe won’t break through solid stone.37. You gather mushrooms believing that, as long as you make stew with one red one and one brown one, it will be edible.38. You scour gravel driveways for flint.39. You’ve gathered sand and put it in the oven in the hopes that it would turn into glass.40. You explore local caves hoping you’ll run across a mob spawner (and mossy cobblestone!)

41. You’ve recreated famous monuments (and buildings) in Minecraft.

42. You don’t believe trees have roots or branches, only logs and leaves.43. You take solace in the fact that Minecraft weather never changes.44. You know every bug (and you’re always one of the first players to exploit them.)45. You feel safe as long as you have a door between you and something that wants to kill you.46. You’ve gathered enough obsidian to build your own real-life nether portal (and you can’t understand why it doesn’t work!)47. You miss your pig spawner48. You’ve seen Herobrine.49. You have a Minecraft-themed tattoo

50. You’ve written Minecraft fanfiction.


51. You’ve read (and critiqued) others’ Minecraft fanfiction.
52. You’ve made Minecraft block-themed decorations (and put them up for the holidays).53. Your business card includes a line like “Minecraft Master.”

54. All your friends play Minecraft.


55. Your dog plays Minecraft.56. You’ve been inspired to start your own farm (but can’t understand why it doesn’t take care of itself.)

57. You’re learning coding just to make mods for Minecraft.


58. The biggest open-pit mine in the world was built by you, in Minecraft.59. You don’t bother to dig up Redstone anymore.

60. Your Minecraft worlds have been developed into huge, sprawling cities (and no one else is playing on them.)


61. You’ve panhandled with a sign that says “will Minecraft 4 food.”62. You dream of having a job digging ditches.63. You’re constantly emailing Notch about things he should add into the game.

64. You’ve created Minecraft fan art.


65. You’ve taken the time to create papercraft art of Minecraft.
66. You support authors of articles about Minecraft (like the author of this article) by visiting their sponsors through links like those near the top of this article.
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67. You’ve laid more track in Minecraft than has ever been laid in America.68. You can scare your friends by sneaking up behind them and hissing like a creeper about to explode.69. You wish every day was update day.70. You’re learning to speak Swedish (in the hopes that you’ll get updates and rumors faster!).

71. You go from door to door asking people if they’ve heard about “the miracle of Minecraft.”

72. You revere Notch as if he were a god.73. You believe all foods are best when cubed.

74. You’ve downloaded Minecraft music onto your MP3 player (and you listen to it while you work.)


75. You have multiple Minecraft accounts (and play on them simultaneously.)76. You’ve eradicated all the monsters in the Nether (and built it up enough that they can’t spawn).

77. You inspire people by telling them that the world is their Minecraft—they can build anything!

78. You’ve built more full-sized, non-functional vehicles than Leonardo da Vinci could ever have dreamed to draw.79. You doodle blocks and new structure ideas on notepads when you’re on the phone.

80. You visit the Minecraft forums hourly.


81. When you get together with your friends, the first topic to come up is always Minecraft.82. You’ve become a professional griefer.83. You can find your way out of any spawn jail.84. You’re depressed that your watch doesn’t just say when dawn and dusk are (but you’re crafting one that does).85. You start to believe that, in the real world, your spawn point is somewhere far, far up North.86. You can’t understand why punching sheep in the real world doesn’t give you wool.87. You start doing bizarre things in the game (like importing stone from the nether and turning your main world into the Nether instead).88. You feel compelled to start playing around with gunpowder and TNT in real life.89. You have plans to make the sun more square.90. You’re building a powerful laser in order to write “MINECRAFT!” on the moon.91. You contribute trivia to the pages on Minepedia.92. You can out-creep a creeper.93. The idea of finding big gold nuggets in real life doesn’t excite you anymore.94. You catch yourself going to the hardware store looking for iron ingots and sticks.95. You remember Indev.96. You start getting really skinny (because you don’t have to eat food to stay alive in Minecraft!).97. You start drawing durability bars on your yard and garden tools.98. You’ve killed more than your fair share of Spider Jockeys.

99. Minecraft is no longer just a game for you.


100. You make at least one comparison every day between the way things work in the real world and the way they work in Minecraft.
101. You write lists and articles about Minecraft.

MincraftNerd on March 25, 2020:

XD 1116: You see a child dressed up as a creeper and pour water on his head to stop him from igniting!

XD 1117: You hope a mob is not around your bed so you can sleep!

XD 1118: You wear the same close for EVERYDAY!

XD 1119: You ignore your pets because you think you can’t pet them!

Aleahngamingguy from Earth on February 26, 2020:

Number INFINITY: you build a Nether portal with obsidian and get frustrated that the purple stuff don't appear

HI on November 13, 2019:

1161: You take 5 random pieces of wood and think you can travel over water with it, as if it's any sort of boat.

bumblebeetuna958 on July 24, 2019:

number WHATEVER:You think you can eat raw food in real life

You go to a mansion,ring the bell and ask,"Is this where Johnny lives?"

Instead of saying who the hell cares you say who the nether cares

poop on July 21, 2019:

like 80% of this is the same thing

Zvorak Zekrom on July 01, 2019:

This is quite offensive.

TwixTeaMC on May 07, 2019:

1156: You try to make a realm

1157: You try to move by pressing WASD on your PC

1158: You try yelling a command thinking it'll work

1159: You think that you have pockets even tho your shirt doesn't have any 27 pockets

dangmattsmith on May 03, 2019:

I should do a video of people who play minecraft to much great article

elmoi on February 08, 2019:

I found this gem from 9 years ago (an estimate)

cheese on December 26, 2018:

yea idont do any of these but im still addicted like hecc

Minecraft Is Cool on November 01, 2018:

cool

Cha_cha_dragona on October 27, 2018:

Another one: you give the cashier emeralds wanting to get something from them in return

Another other one: You start a chicken cow and sugar cane farm wanting to bake a cake

Aaron on June 02, 2018:

Why do you have to give out information except your name!

Aaron on June 02, 2018:

Aaron is going to create minecraft story mode two!

OriVT on March 30, 2018:

you put lightstone instead of glowstone lol

jeff on February 06, 2018:

minecraft isnt real

HI on December 19, 2017:

1152: You surround a diamond with wood in an attempt to make a jukebox.

1153: You surround a piece of circuitry with wood in an attempt to create a note block.

Liam Yang on September 15, 2017:

243. You expect to create a wooden pickaxe just by putting wood planks and sticks on a 3x3 grid (in real life)

Bonnie on August 01, 2017:

Omg Minecraft is so addicting but I don't have any of these

Mio_Naruse on July 16, 2017:

102. Writing this list of signs you play to much

James on June 20, 2017:

wow, lightstone? lmao

ender destroyer on February 18, 2017:

1000. you expect to find a stonghold in real life

Blankie333 on February 07, 2017:

you shoot some cows expecting to make armor but just freak out and run away instead

SDMG on November 27, 2016:

1139: You ignite pigs thinking you will get cooked porkchop.

1140: You leave a single block in an infinite survival world.

HI on October 30, 2016:

1146: You decide not to take an afternoon nap because "you can't sleep at night."

Cole at Channel -7 on October 15, 2016:

1138: You kill your self thinking you will just respawn on or beside your bed.

White_TabbyCat_Gray on September 28, 2016:

866: You go to your local farm and get wheat then bring it back home and try to make Bread On your Crafting table that you finally made

867: You go to sleep and lay there for 3 seconds then get up and think that its day now

867: You have been spending years trying to change to creative so you can fly.

868: You`ve read everything in the article and the comments and said yes to them.

I wonder who sad yes to all of those?.. :P

hhhhh on September 12, 2016:

866: You hope you spawn by your bed when your near a murderer.

lololllolol on August 21, 2016:

you try to make a block of coal, gold, iron, diamond, or emerald by placing pieces of coal, iron/gold ingots, diamonds, or emeralds in a 3x3 pattern

geekyalma101x on August 20, 2016:

1137: U read all 1137 signs your addicted to minecraft

Not A Minecraft Addict on August 10, 2016:

1136: you spend 2 hours reading all 1135 comments and write ur own.

HI on August 08, 2016:

1135: You give the cashier emeralds.

Kiedamon on August 04, 2016:

God. I remember the time I was up so ridiculously late that I stepped into the kitchen and noticed one of the light bulbs wasn't working. When I looked at the corner the light should have been lighting up I thought "I should really replace that bulb, I don't want anything spawning" then I just froze and laughed my ass off.

HI on July 10, 2016:

1123: You drink orange juice and think you are immune to fire.

1124: You drink strawberry juice, mix a weirdly glowing watermelon in, and think it will heal you instantly.

1125: You drink green radish juice and mixing in a rabbit's foot thinking you will jump higher.

1126: You drink blueberry juice and mix a yellow carrot in and think you can hold your breath in water or see better at night.

1127: You think drinking sugar water will make you run faster.

1128: You think drinking pink bismuth will rapidly regenerate you.

1129: You put a stick in a campfire, put the fire in your water bottle, and drink it thinking you will get stronger.

1130: You put a spider eye in the blueberry juice to make yourself invisible.

1131: You put a spider eye in the sugar water to make a slowness potion.

1132: You put a spider eye in the strawberry juice to make a harming potion.

1133: You mix gunpowder in all the negative "potions", throw them at people you hate, and wonder why it breaks and spills instead of making them poisoned, slow, harmed, and weak.

1134: You realize there is no nether wart in the wolrd!!!!!!

HI on July 10, 2016:

1123: You drink orange juice and think you are immune to fire.

1124: You drink strawberry juice, mix a weirdly glowing watermelon in, and think it will heal you instantly.

1125: You drink green radish juice and mixing in a rabbit's foot thinking you will jump higher.

1126: You drink blueberry juice and mix a yellow carrot in and think you can hold your breath in water or see better at night.

1127: You think drinking sugar water will make you run faster.

1128: You think drinking pink bismuth will rapidly regenerate you.

1129: You put a stick in a campfire, put the fire in your water bottle, and drink it thinking you will get stronger.

1130: You put a spider eye in the blueberry juice to make yourself invisible.

1131: You put a spider eye in the sugar water to make a slowness potion.

1132: You put a spider eye in the strawberry juice to make a harming potion.

1133: You mix gunpowder in all the negative "potions", throw them at people you hate, and wonder why it breaks and spills instead of making them poisoned, slow, harmed, and weak.

1134: You realize there is no nether wart in the wolrd!!!!!!

Micah Laster on July 03, 2016:

34. says You’ve exchanged your real bed for one made of stone and wool.

beds arn't stone and wool they are wood planks and wool

HI on July 03, 2016:

1120: You kill a dragon and expect a portal.

1121: You wonder why a snowman doesn't move.

1122: You buy head sculptures, place three of them on "sand", and wonder why the Wither didn't spawn.

HI on July 03, 2016:

1120: You kill a dragon and expect a portal.

1121: You wonder why a snowman doesn't move.

1122: You buy head sculptures, place three of them on "sand", and wonder why the Wither didn't spawn.

Foxy the pirate on June 29, 2016:

You fall in love with a minecraft villager in real life

Poop on June 25, 2016:

999999999999999999999: you fall in love with a villager

pro gamer on May 14, 2016:

You go in woods and take a bone and try to tame a Wolfe. (Remember there's NO reaspawn button onece your dead,your dead.)

MineFox on March 28, 2016:

786: you kill all the sheep in the world and wonder why you have no wool yet.(real life)

mariothedog on March 09, 2016:

786: u change ur irl name to Minecraft.......

Mcmcmc on February 01, 2016:

Holy crap that's a lot of comments.

1119, you find this article 5 years after its posted

Drybones707 on October 29, 2015:

1117 When you go outside at night you have a sword with you

1118 Where ever you go you bring steak and torches

Jimmy on October 11, 2015:

1115 You cannot run without straight legs and skipping

1116 You have a stiff hand which makes chopping motions all the time

Craftmine on October 11, 2015:

1114. Playing games that look like minecraft.

MinecraftFna on July 14, 2015:

You look at the world around you and all you see is a replacement of what it would look like in minecraft.

CreeperGirl8203 on June 29, 2015:

1113: u play minecraft too much and kill the mobs but seeing creepers at ur door every day (in mincraft) u kinda take it too far.... Like me I married over like 200 creepas THERE SO ADORIBLE!!!!!!

anonymous on May 31, 2015:

1112: You get sick and tired of playing Minecraft!

lolhacks on April 25, 2015:

1111:you punch a man

notchmcfotch on April 16, 2015:

1110: you jump off a bulding try to fly and land on a trampoline and get flunged to a cop car to fall off to get carried to the hospital and a hobo take you (inreal)

notch bruh on February 24, 2015:

1109 you carry a whole inventory in your pocket

TallDude on February 07, 2015:

You Run Away From Mobs

me on December 19, 2014:

You DON'T yell and scream when someone sings let it go. Instead, you scratch your head and think, who wrote that awesome song?

minertroll on August 23, 2014:

You made a book "101 sings" from this webpage in game (quill/book). - and are proud to have sold it for over 00 in-game currency!

CalvinCraft321 on August 21, 2014:

1104 You punch a skeleton in science classrooms, hoping for that rare chance that it will drop an enchanted bow

1105 You think that if you get poisoned, as long as you don't hurt yourself, the poison wont kill you

1106 You complain that you didn't get to choose the difficulty before you started the world (in real life)

1107 You go to villages looking for squidward

1108 You post these kind of things on this kind of article in the comments

UPtoDOWN on July 29, 2014:

HI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

zhekalevin on June 29, 2014:

1103 you buy capes on Ebay for 00

God on June 15, 2014:

1102 you realise that you don't need jesus

nethergirl on June 13, 2014:

I am sooo NOT playing too much minecraft,yo.

Herobrine on May 23, 2014:

Herobrine is here hehehe

arandomperson on May 06, 2014:

You don't know they added horses because you've been playing minecraft nonstop since 1.4

Awesome dude on May 03, 2014:

1101 you smash boats tryin 2 get sticks

Brandon on May 02, 2014:

1091: You have played over 90 maps.

1092: You have MADE over 90 maps.

1093: When someone says: "Would you like some cheese on toast?" You say: "Pfff! Cheese isn't real!"

1094: When you go to sleep you count creepers.

1095: You own at least 5 servers.

1096: You're OPed on at least 10 servers.

1097: You see Notch and say: NOOB!

1098: You're scared of the dark.

1099: You don't believe in vampires and werewolves but you do believe in zombies and dragons.

And finally! 1100: You come home saying: "Yes! Minecraft!" Then your mum says: "It's time to get off!" But you say: "It's only been like, 10 minutes!" Then you look at the time and it's been 5 hours.

Allyson Valdez on May 02, 2014:

1089:you read this all over again checking if you had to much minecraft

1090:you've become a very awesome pro

lexicatishere on April 06, 2014:

1088: You're going through this like a checklist

why do u care on April 02, 2014:

number whatever: everything you do is minecraft related

jackson on April 01, 2014:

You are STILL reading this

Donuts on March 28, 2014:

1087: You've read this whole thing

Blueyoshi1124 on March 10, 2014:

1084: The forcably ride a horse to try to tame it

1085: you have just found out the world isn't a cube (I'm sorry its true)

1086: you've made a command block in irl but you don't know why it dosent work

Jerusha on February 28, 2014:

1083: Expecting yourself to be able to B U I L D a city O N L Y using blocks.

CowsterMan on February 27, 2014:

You can swim up a waterfall with no hands

Jack on January 01, 2014:

You are positive jumping off a 40 story building will be safe, providing you land in a puddle of water.

Steven on December 15, 2013:

You can't find diamonds in a cave give up man

Kyle on December 07, 2013:

You tried to mine in your backyard and could not find redstone. Your took a stone and some red spraypaint and made a "red stone"

alex on December 03, 2013:

i don't have any of those prplems but i think herobrine and slender man is following me

Jacob on December 01, 2013:

1082: At night you run back to your house, in hope that no mobs have spawned, and just to make sure you turn on all the lights, and listen.

Daniel on November 23, 2013:

1081: When you gouge out someones eye and throw it into the air, hoping it is close enough to an eye of ender and it will show you where the dungeon is

riolu77 on November 05, 2013:

1080: You know me in minecraft.

ender on November 04, 2013:

1079 when you are at school the year is 2013 but u think its 2.0.1.3 then u say that update isn't out yet

Derped_Mai_Pants on November 03, 2013:

435: when you get lost, you kill yourself in the hopes of respawning beside your bed

ender on October 25, 2013:

hi creeper

creeper on October 25, 2013:

1078:you lie on your bed thinking you will go to bed in 60 sec

DerpyFacey on October 23, 2013:

Hey!

8888888888888888887777777777777777777777777777776767 on October 20, 2013:

Hello

MrChicken on October 20, 2013:

1075: you don't now why you can find monsters

whocares on October 16, 2013:

We are actually at 1122

miners on October 10, 2013:

# 1,074 You petition the government - to force food manufacturers to label how much the food replenishes the 'hunger bar' (placed alongside the nutritional facts section).

miners on October 10, 2013:

# 1,072 You realize that the ACTUAL number is now at 1,072 (and you are upset about the miss-count)!

#1,073 You have Ophidiophobia (an abnormal fear of snakes) SSsssSSss.

MomoSct on September 14, 2013:

When you watch movies and see good people get trapped in a cave or in jail, you are thinking about digging a hole to escape (actually happened to me lol).

Hannahrox2424 on August 29, 2013:

When you have modded every possible mod that is blocked on servers so it works (X-Ray, toomanyitems, fly mod, etc,etc...)

PanWicker on August 24, 2013:

You get upset when you read "lightstone" in 29 or "Minepedia" in 13

it's glowstone and Minecraftwiki damn it...

LizCrafter on August 19, 2013:

74... I downloaded more than 5 hours of MC parodies yesterday....

1,419 - You used to want to be an architect, but now you don't because you would be too disappointed that its not like Minecraft

Kpdoesminecraft on August 14, 2013:

None of these describe me

:P on August 05, 2013:

1,418- (In real life) You Are afraid to go outside in the morning for fear that a spider will pounce on you or a creeper will blow your house up.

:P on August 05, 2013:

1,417- You spend your whole day watching Minecraft parodies and Minecraft videos on Youtube.

FTB on July 28, 2013:

wow, nice signs and even the comments are better.

When do you know if u have played too much Feed The Beast ?

http://mineyourmind.de/

BZB on July 23, 2013:

1417 You try to double jump and fly

Wrange45 on July 20, 2013:

You think putting a Diamond inside wood blocks Gives you a jukebox

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Why are Ghasts so sad? The Ghast is so depressed looking because: No one wants to 'hang' with a fire-breathing ghost. It's never once managed to eat an ice cream without melting it before it even got close to its mouth. It can't get over the fact that Peter Capaldi is …

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When an adult in a film dies, I justify it and think, 'you're no angel,'” says Hunt-Rivera. A cinematic dog death can also be difficult to see because it can bring back memories of a beloved pet we lost long ago. Blough explains, “Pet loss is a type of disenfranchised grief that society doesn't readily accept.
You can't. Once they're dead, they're dead. Plain and simple. They can't respawn back to life because they don't have the ability to be able to respawn.
The Ghast is so depressed looking because: No one wants to 'hang' with a fire-breathing ghost. It's never once managed to eat an ice cream without melting it before it even got close to its mouth. It can't get over the fact that Peter Capaldi is really leaving Doctor Who.
-When it comes down to it dogs have no source of sad emotions. ... Three; dogs will begin to move slower and limp when injured. Four; when a player accidentally hurts the dog the dog will ignore and avoid the player for a few days (Not listen to sit and stand commands).
Dog by C418 but now in recent versions as a music disc!
A dog whistle won't harm your dog when used properly. ... Because dogs hear at a much higher frequency than humans, they're naturally more sensitive to sounds. Don't use the whistle close to their ears, and avoid blowing it at full strength.
The meaning of the real idiom is \“it's ruthlessly competitive out there so you've got to fight to get yours.\” Doggy dog is an example of an eggcorn in linguistics (\“a misheard word or phrase\”).Feb 23, 2018
Excessive Vocalizations\n\n A hurt dog may express this vocally in a number of ways: whining, whimpering, yelping, growling, snarling, and even howling. If he's vocalizing more than normal, see what's up.
Can pet dogs die in Minecraft? Tame wolves, which are sort of dogs, *can* die, but there are ways the player can prevent them from dying. All animals are able to die and sometimes killing them provides food.
Viral Cockatoo Barks Like Dog, Teaches Lesson in Mimicrynn Well, it's complicated. But animal science can explain why this bird is offering viewers a hefty dose of cognitive dissonance. ... But cockatoos, like other parrots, also mimic the sounds they hear in their environment.
Well, in a nutshell, dogs look cute. With their large, round heads, big eyes that face forwards, soft fur and floppy ears, dogs simply look very appealing to us. They also behave in an endearing manner, with their clumsy movements, nuzzling noses and wagging tails.
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20-09-2021 · Why are Ghasts so sad? So we’ve come up with a few theories of our own. The Ghast is so depressed looking because: No one wants to ‘hang’ with a fire-breathing ghost. It’s never once managed to eat an ice cream without melting it before it even got close to its mouth. Why do Ghasts sound like babies?

20-09-2021

Why are Ghasts so sad?

So we’ve come up with a few theories of our own. The Ghast is so depressed looking because: No one wants to ‘hang’ with a fire-breathing ghost. It’s never once managed to eat an ice cream without melting it before it even got close to its mouth.

Why do Ghasts sound like babies?

They are known as “floating baby heads” by some players because of the whimpering and giggling noises they make and the screech they produce when injured. Ghasts shoot explosive fireballs when they see a player. They can catch on fire, but will not burn, like all Nether mobs. Ghasts sounds are from c418’s cat.

Is Netherite in bedrock?

The blocks can be found at level 8 through 22 (and only in the Nether), so you’ll have to carefully mine in the Nether to find it. To see what depth you’re at, Bedrock players will have to enable the “show coordinates” option in game settings.

What is Ender Dragon?

The Ender Dragon is a boss mob that appears once in The End . It swoops at the player, destroying any blocks it passes through except Obsidian , Bedrock , or End Stone .

What potion can you make with phantom membrane?

Combining phantom membranes with an Awkward Potion creates a Potion of Slow Falling. To brew an Awkward Potion, simply add a Nether Wart to a water bottle.

Is Netherite faster than diamond?

Thankfully Netherite weapons deal more damage than Diamond ones. That said, if you’re more of a farmer than a fighter, Netherite tools are more durable and mine materials faster than their Diamond counterparts.

How do I make Netherite?

Netherite ingots are obtained by crafting four netherite scraps and four gold ingots. It is a shapeless recipe, therefore the placement of the netherite scraps and gold ingots does not matter when crafting it.

Is Nether survival possible?

You can live entirely in The Nether now, but beware the neighbors. The latest big update to Minecraft is the long-awaited overhaul for the hellish Nether dimension. The dangerous, lava-filled endgame area has been pumped with new enemies to fight, blocks to craft with, and biomes to explore.

What version is Netherite?

This new Java 1.16 update includes an exciting new high-level material called Netherite, as well as Piglins, Striders and Crying Obsidian – yep you heard us!

Where are a tarantulas eyes?

Since tarantulas are large, their fangs are often more prominent and easy to see than other species of spider. Like other spiders, tarantulas have eight eyes grouped together in pairs. Usually, there are two larger eyes in the middle of their head and these are surrounded by three eyes on either side.

How did mojang get their panda death sound?

The sound has gone viral, with lots of memes coming from the “oof” sound. But it comes from the end of a game called Messiah, which came out in 2000. And the sound file shows that the 0.34-second sound originated in September 1999 with credit to an engineer named Joey Kuras.

What is a Minecraft elytra?

Elytra are an item that lets players fly, even in survival mode. With the power of magic/science, the elytra will spread apart like the wings of a bird and you’ll gain control over your descent.

Do mobs spawn on wither roses?

In the new snapshot, no mobs can spawn on wither roses.

What is a blaze in Minecraft?

Minecraft Mob. The Blaze is an uncommon mob with yellow colored skin and black eyes. They first appeared in the Beta 1.9 Pre-release 1 version. These are hostile mobs who are located within The Nether .

Can you eat spider eyes in Minecraft?

A spider eye is an item that can be dropped from cave spiders. Its main use is in potion making, but it can also be eaten. Eating a spider eye will fill one bar of hunger, but has the side-effect of poisoning a player for three seconds.

What potion can you make with a spider eye?

The other thing you can do with a spider eye is ferment it, with sugar and a brown mushroom in a crafting grid. The resulting fermented spider eye is inedible, but it lets you brew up more advanced potions, like potion of weakness, harming, slowness or invisibility. Experiment and see what you can come up with!Feb 1, 2019

What is ghast?

(transitive) to inspire fear or dread in; frighten greatly.

What is a ghast tear in Minecraft?

Minecraft Item. Ghast Tears are items that have a chance to be dropped by Ghasts when they are killed. It can be difficult to acquire ghast tears due to the difficulty of killing ghasts, and because they tend to hover over lava .

What can I do with a phantom membrane?

Now you’ve got a chest full of phantom membranes, what do you do with them? Well, you can either use them to brew potions of slow falling by combining it with an awkward potion in a brewing stand, or to repair a damaged elytra in an anvil.

Can you eat spider eyes in real life?

Eating spider eyes is possible, but not recommended. The other thing you can do with a spider eye is ferment it, with sugar and a brown mushroom in a crafting grid. The resulting fermented spider eye is inedible, but it lets you brew up more advanced potions, like potion of weakness, harming, slowness or invisibility.

When were Wither Skeletons added?

Wither Skeletons, added in Update 1.4. 2, are skeletal minions of the Wither. They are a fairly rare mob that occur naturally only in or near Nether Fortresses.

Is Minecraft 1.16 out?

Get ready to fall into lava. Lots of lava! The Nether Update, Minecraft’s next big adventure, is launching June 23 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, iOS, Android, Windows 10, and more. The update will also be available on the Java version, and will roll out on Windows, Mac OS, and Linux during the same day.

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