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  • Noreplyz
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    00:24, August 8, 2015

    For those who are unsure, Hannah confirmed (here: http://lomadia.tumblr.com/post/118384271883/its-not-a-big-deal) that she and Lewis are no longer dating. They have not disclosed any details as to why they have broken up, so do not ask. Any comments or threads regarding about their break-up outside of this thread will be deleted as this thread and the link provided provide all of the information we currently know about this and I (and I feel most of the other A-Team members will agree) don't want to have multiple threads and comments about this event when we can just discuss it in this one.

    If any details do come to light about it, I will post them here and the two comments I have already put up on both of their pages. If you want to say anything about it, say it here or else your comment/thread will be deleted from its original source.

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    • not a big deal as long as there happy and happy to still work with each other 

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    • Looks like he wont be distracted now

      I am not being negative here, but he might be able to focus more on Shadow of Israphel episode writing (if he IS STILL writing episodes)

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    • 6f5e4d wrote:
      Looks like he wont be distracted now

      I am not being negative here, but he might be able to focus more on Shadow of Israphel episode writing (if he IS STILL writing episodes)

      Lewis isn't the one who is/was writing the episodes, he had just as much of a clue as Simon had as to what was going to happen, i.e. none whatsoever.

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    • 6f5e4d wrote: Looks like he wont be distracted now

      I am not being negative here, but he might be able to focus more on Shadow of Israphel episode writing (if he IS STILL writing episodes)

      dude, what the fuck. neither the time nor the place.

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    • I did see this coming, but it is a shame. As long as they are happy - that is what we all want for them both.

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    • I wish them both all the best.  It has to be hard to keep things private once fans know you are dating and then not, but I appreciate the small bits of information they choose to share.  Take care.

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    • I know they're probably happy now, however I have to say that this event makes me very sad. I kind of grew up with the yogscast in a way. SOI was what I escaped to when I was going through rough times, and I remember in the original episodes of the multiplayer survival that one of Lewis' quotes was "tell hannah I love her." Those two were kind of proof to me that even video game nerds such as myself aren't a lost cause, and that sometimes you can just find the right person who shares your interests and cares about you deeply. I'd love to say that I'm just nosy/curious about why they broke up, but secretly I think I'd rather try to fix their relationship (assuming it went wrong somewhere) and try to tell them that they should be together. All of this, but I can't say that I know either of them in the slightest personally or have any right to even say that they should be together. Just explaining how it makes me feel.

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    • ThinWhiteMale wrote:

      6f5e4d wrote: Looks like he wont be distracted now

      I am not being negative here, but he might be able to focus more on Shadow of Israphel episode writing (if he IS STILL writing episodes)

      dude, what the fuck. neither the time nor the place.

      It's not like they died.

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    • 92.17.211.35 wrote:
      ThinWhiteMale wrote:

      6f5e4d wrote: Looks like he wont be distracted now

      I am not being negative here, but he might be able to focus more on Shadow of Israphel episode writing (if he IS STILL writing episodes)

      dude, what the fuck. neither the time nor the place.
      It's not like they died.

      But that's just being disrespectful. Would you say "oh well, at least he'll be able to focus on his work now" if one of your friends broke up with someone? No.

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    • It's never a good thing to date those you work with. I am glad it didn't end in disaster and madness.

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    • sad to hear of this, hope they are still happy

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    • 99.226.252.233 wrote: It's never a good thing to date those you work with. I am glad it didn't end in disaster and madness.

      I work with my partner on research projects for our University, we work together professionally & we are involved in preparation for our startup.

      There is a terrible delusional stigma associated with working with your better half - it is not true; it can be more difficult to separate work from home time, but it is not a terrible situation to be in.

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    • ShadowAuraInnes wrote:

      92.17.211.35 wrote:
      ThinWhiteMale wrote:

      6f5e4d wrote: Looks like he wont be distracted now

      I am not being negative here, but he might be able to focus more on Shadow of Israphel episode writing (if he IS STILL writing episodes)

      dude, what the fuck. neither the time nor the place.
      It's not like they died.

      But that's just being disrespectful. Would you say "oh well, at least he'll be able to focus on his work now" if one of your friends broke up with someone? No.

      I would, to be honest

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    • 82.72.186.114 wrote:

      ShadowAuraInnes wrote:



      92.17.211.35 wrote:
      ThinWhiteMale wrote:

      6f5e4d wrote: Looks like he wont be distracted now

      I am not being negative here, but he might be able to focus more on Shadow of Israphel episode writing (if he IS STILL writing episodes)

      dude, what the fuck. neither the time nor the place.
      It's not like they died.
      But that's just being disrespectful. Would you say "oh well, at least he'll be able to focus on his work now" if one of your friends broke up with someone? No.
      I would, to be honest

      Then you're not a very nice friend and/or human being then, frankly.

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    • MaXintoshPro wrote:

      99.226.252.233 wrote: It's never a good thing to date those you work with. I am glad it didn't end in disaster and madness.

      I work with my partner on research projects for our University, we work together professionally & we are involved in preparation for our startup.

      There is a terrible delusional stigma associated with working with your better half - it is not true; it can be more difficult to separate work from home time, but it is not a terrible situation to be in.

      I believe he was making a point about how, when you're in a working friendship/relationship with someone, its fairly often that when the "working" or "relationship" part of it ends, the other will be equally effected. A few good examples are Jon and Arin of gamegrumps, Rob and Guude of mindcrack, and Drake and Josh from, well, Drake and Josh.

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    • Ok, honestly I'm inclined to agree with the title of Hannah's blog posting. Its more common today for people to marry the first person they date; but that's never the way it was in history. Many people dated for years(including monogomous LTRs) to find out what kind of people they work with best & to figure out exactly what they want from life. It's hard to be sad when two people part ways like mature adults as both gained valuable life experiance from the relationship and are now clearer on their own path to their individual goals. Its all good; and the good memories still exist without being overshadowed by drama & hostility. I liken it to when bands breakup because the members are working off of new insperations.. they start a new with their current mindset rather than forcing a radically different sound to the fans.. or worse try to maintain their old style when its no longer who they are. The old times were good, the new times are good. It's not a big deal.

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    • 71.235.123.90 wrote:
      Ok, honestly I'm inclined to agree with the title of Hannah's blog posting. Its more common today for people to marry the first person they date; but that's never the way it was in history. Many people dated for years(including monogomous LTRs) to find out what kind of people they work with best & to figure out exactly what they want from life. It's hard to be sad when two people part ways like mature adults as both gained valuable life experiance from the relationship and are now clearer on their own path to their individual goals. Its all good; and the good memories still exist without being overshadowed by drama & hostility. I liken it to when bands breakup because the members are working off of new insperations.. they start a new with their current mindset rather than forcing a radically different sound to the fans.. or worse try to maintain their old style when its no longer who they are. The old times were good, the new times are good. It's not a big deal.

      If you mean recent history, maybe.  Women were forcefully married into families throughout most of history.  I have no idea where you're getting the monogomous LTRs from.

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    • I know this isn't a good time for a joke, but looks like Hannah was the one who didn't put the moldy glass in the dishwasher. 

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    • ShadowAuraInnes wrote:
      82.72.186.114 wrote:

      ShadowAuraInnes wrote:



      92.17.211.35 wrote:
      ThinWhiteMale wrote:

      6f5e4d wrote: Looks like he wont be distracted now

      I am not being negative here, but he might be able to focus more on Shadow of Israphel episode writing (if he IS STILL writing episodes)

      dude, what the fuck. neither the time nor the place.
      It's not like they died.
      But that's just being disrespectful. Would you say "oh well, at least he'll be able to focus on his work now" if one of your friends broke up with someone? No.
      I would, to be honest
      Then you're not a very nice friend and/or human being then, frankly.

      Lol. You must have more enemies than friends because being positive, diffusing stresses and having a laugh are all things that good friends actually do. See any video by hatfilms as an example. Why you would feel the need to be all somber and serious because two people you don't actually know mutually decided to seperate for the best I don't know. But then again you also think someone isn't a nice human being just for being irreverent, so I probably might as well be talking to a brick wall right now.

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    • 80.195.203.18 wrote: Lol. You must have more enemies than friends because being positive, diffusing stresses and having a laugh are all things that good friends actually do.

      There's no need for this cynicism. 6f5e4d's comment was not specifically humorous or lighthearted, so people reacted in different ways.

      However, this conversation is also so skewed off the topic, so I'm closing this thread.

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