[OFFICIAL] The Hopbyte Topic!

project gifting secret santa

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yes, but whats a tai tho? /conf

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…taipo?

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YAY YOU TOOK MY IDEA!!!’

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Think you misspelled some stuff, or i forgot my morse code.

COTER MANY WINTER DAY AND COULD EARN YOU REWARD ON A DAILY TAI!
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It’s a hopscotch twist on a December tradition for many cultures, usually presented in a box.

“Cover many winter days and it could earn you a reward on a daily typo”???

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seems like it was indeed a taipo typo of sorts, apologies!
some issues with forum formatting gave people different answers - swapped it out for something else!

an unintentional trick, but it’s treat from here on out!

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thats what i also think

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my morse code translator said “on a daily basis”

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Used a binary to text translator

cover many winter days - and could earn you rewards on a daily basis! It’s a hopscotch twist on a December tradition for many cultures, usually presented in a box.

Could be Christmas presents lol…

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Hmmm I wouldn’t have a clue about this! I don’t know how you get the translators!

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cover many winter days - and could earn you rewards on a daily basis! It’s hopscotch twist on a December tradition for many cultures, usually presented in a box.

So maybe we get something like Inkcember and we do as many prompts we can to enter a raffle for seeds?

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Maybe it’s secret Santa?!
Anyone suggested that yet?

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@/Tri-Angle and @/Nobody said something along those lines

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You look up binary to text translator!

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Ohhhh I’m silly hahahh
Hmmm I’m gonna do that now…
Do I like copy and paste the text into it?

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Christmas countdown?? but not for many cultures

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Yep! You do

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cover many winter days - and could earn you rewards on a daily basis! It’s a hopscotch twist on a December tradition for many cultures, usually presented in a box.


Exchanging Gifts?

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cover many winter days - and could earn you rewards on a daily basis! It’s a hopscotch twist on a December tradition for many cultures, usually presented in a box.

Idk what this is but okay?

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Is it intentional that it’s still 2020 or does it need to be changed?

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