Describe the Profile Picture Above You Poorly

Posted 1 year, 11 months ago (Edited 1 year, 10 months ago) by ParadiseLost

Describe the PFP Above You Poorly

Last Updated: 14 January 2019

...or pfp, or avatar, or icon. Whatever you want to call it.

Forgive me if there's a game already for this. I just haven't seen one and I thought it'd be a nice idea, particularly with Toyhouse's abnormally high quality PFPs. (Relative to other sites I've been, who don't use 200x200 pfps, often they won't even let you use images above 100x100px.)

The rules are simple!

  1. You may not sandwich post. (Sandwich posting means posting before 3 people have gotten the chance to post.)
  2. You may sandwich post if the last post was not yours and is older than 12 hours. (This game SHOULD move fast, so yeah.)
  3. Black out sensitive content like so: [REDACTED] Though of course it isn't recommended to have sensitive content here, there is no rule to keep it PG-13.
  4. This is an OOC game. For the IC version, click this link.

Example using character PFPs:

Alice: *Posts description of above PFP*
Calabaza: The first half of the woman yelling at cat meme
Autumn: If Sonic Boom designed slime girls.
etc. etc.

And without any further ado, let the games begin, and may the odds be ever in your favor.

EDIT 9 December 2019: IC glitch is rude.

EDIT 14 January 2020: Updated formatting of the original post somewhat. Added the IC version link and changed rule #4 to reflect the IC  version’s existence.


I didn’t know Fire Emblem came in chib


oh its alice in wonderland anime


The sneaker lord.


sneaky looking cartoon dude abt to get up to mischief


that dragon guy from mlp but on all fours, no green and s a n t a


blue hair


Some person I've never seen


Tuxedo dolphin in christmaswear.


anime card girl


lofi aesthetic grim reaper :)


that one kind from stephen galaxy or smth


the boy stared into the fish and the fish stared back into his soul


A person who may or may not have just killed someone and definitely hasn’t slept in two days


lots of dots and purple gradients smh