FalconSloth wrote:I have backflipped on my decision to not make a new thread as I think this could be a valuable research for the tribal council (the last ten voted out) to help decide who to vote the NRLFF Sole Survivor for Season 2. I will ask questions in here in the lead up to each tribal council. Please answer them. Also feel free to call out and ask questions to fellow tribe mates.
Round 4 Tribal Council Questions
Sajjos - 3 rounds in, you have only been to 1 tribal so far which was a whole tribe decision and an easy one at that. This is the first time your alliance will be tested. The people you think are on your side will either back that up or send you packing. How confident are you going into the first tribal council were your alliance will be tested?
Rabbits21- You received a vote in round 1. Most people voted for Roger8. But there was a few stray votes and you were on the receiving end of one of them. How does this make you feel heading into tribal?
Camo123 - I know it’s a long way out but to win this game you have to not only survive week by week but plan your moves long term. You need to identify allies and you have to identify threats. It’s a long way out but, apart from yourself, who are you backing to win the comp?
L-Jimmy - Your profile picture is a koteka, a Papua New Guinean penis sheath worn by some tribes, it is well known that you are quite fond of these. In the first 4 weeks on the island have you been able to get any or all your fellow tribe mates to wear one? Who was the easiest to convince? And who is the most opposed?
RandomSil - Sending someone home is never fun but it the punishment for not winning the challenge. How easy was it for you to decide on your vote tonight?
Cunbert - Alliances are what win you the game. But the whole alliance can’t win the comp. Every alliance turns in on its self at some point. Some sooner than others. How trusting are you of your alliance? Is there anyone in the alliance that you just don’t trust? (You don’t have to name names)
Jumping Marlin - An unsung hero. Last season and this season. Your post are quality over quantity. You can always be relied upon to post lots of good analysis and numbers work that makes your tribes job easier and sometimes mine. In these earlier stages do you think contribution to the tribe plays a large role in keeping your name out of the ‘who should we vote for’ discussions?
Moana man - Like Rabbits you were on the wrong end of a vote in round 1. Has that hindered your confidence going into tribal?
Chewie - One of the more experienced members on this forum. This has reflected in you gif and emoticon game. Earned the right to be a fan favourite for outside viewers off the back of this. Whilst your loved back at home on the TV sets do you think this entertaining game play has any effect on your game on the island
Pookus McFly - You carry a big aura with you. Never afraid to assume the villain role and always quick to make a joke. Whilst tongue in cheek has become your natural style of speech it appears you have approached this game with a more serious attitude. Would you say yourself that you have come back this season with some sort of new found desire to become the sole survivor which has reflected into this more focused gameplay?
Snatchpato - Your love for the cheese has been unmatched in the first four weeks. Obviously this week you put the cheese in your team twice and you have been a strong advocate for him in past challenges. Rumour has it you even stole the tribes cheese banner to keep in your own tent to worship on your own. Is this a Sydney Roosters thing? Have you always like the cheese this much? Or are you just passionate about the tribe and that has extended into the patriotism for your tribes namesake?
It's a notably technical question @FalconSloth
, where the answer really depends on the individual. The expectation is of course to bind up, but flexibility is a notable feature of cheese.
, for instance, the penis is so remarkably close to the anus that they're virtually indistinguishable. In koteka terms, binding a playground with a sewage plant is troublesome so we assume he 'taint' a dick or an asshole, but kind of a miserable monotreme and give him a pass.
The question similarly doesn't apply to @Jumping Marlin
, as koteka are woven up entry to adulthood and signifier of maturity. Although nearly 25 in calendar years Jumping Marlin is yet to enter puberty and cannot enjoin the ritual. But he remains hopeful and can be heard of an evening practicing his deep voice speaking into the surf in between sobs. @Camo123
has lived up to his name with an impressive koteka woven into his reed and grass ghillie suit. One is never sure where the cock covering starts and the face coverings end. Which is presumably the aim, and I'll never criticise a friend's mating strategies - despite how personally distasteful I find that sort of stealthy switching.@Moanaman
has played an exemplary organisational and leadership role through the council. He's taken on thankless tasks with a tidy-minded diligence we all respect. And as with most petty bureaucrats this is indeed to compensate for other attributes. He bound his own colourful and tidy koteka from half a ladybird beetle's shell and it suits him admirably.
I've as yet been unable to convince @Pookus McFly
to commence weaving. He's downloaded what appears to be several million images of kotekas, both on and off appendages, and spends hours at a time swiping through them. Muttering and drooling are the major outcomes so far, but he promises to make a decision any day now. I hope he does; we're nearly out of vaseline.@sajjos
chose an impressive and unusual path - a jointly bound koteka as befits a pair of alts. This charming statement of single-form devotion started at the touching tips, where hyacinth blossoms are woven evenly down both shafts, overlaid by pussywillow strands, then maidenhair fronds. I'm told the end result has over 3 hits on RedTube.
The dual-binding form is also one chosen by @Chewie
, although this was a much more anatomical demand than a metaphorical claddagh. As we all know, wookies have dual penises, each nearly 2 foot long with metallic spikes covering their club-like ends. Chewie simply bound these with linen and reeds around his chest, where he uses them every morning to groom the lice from his beard. Well some of the lice. By unanimous agreement Chewie has his own tent.
I'm terribly sorry to say that @Snatchpato
has been enamored not only of the cheese theme, but of combining this with a koteka bind. Using interwoven strands of mozzarella and gruyere under a ashen goat shell he created something that was initially impressive and thematic, but has become an appalling enormity as the tropical heat wears on. The smell of course cannot be described, neither can the flys, beetles, maggots and worms. But undoubtedly worse is his fixated smile as he sits by the fire and palpates the vile mash. I'm terribly concerned for his physical and mental wellbeing, but cannot bear to get close enough to assist.
of course none of this applies, but I should complement them on the neat thatching around the labia.