[gregoryuconn] Lucky Lulu

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[gregoryuconn] Lucky Lulu

Postby gregoryuconn » Thu Feb 25, 2021 2:51 am

For most people, it would be incredibly unlucky. However, for Lulu, it was incredibly lucky. Why?
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Re: [gregoryuconn] Lucky Lulu

Postby Sundowner » Thu Feb 25, 2021 2:57 pm

it = something Lulu did? turn of actions or consequences of her actions? something that just happened to her? without her having an active part in it? something that happened to a lot of people at the same time? but Lulu the only one being lucky in that? a famous event?
Was "it" worse in general? but for Lulu it could have been even worse, was she not lucky?
Did Lulu lose something? find something?
A medical diagnosis relevant?
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Re: [gregoryuconn] Lucky Lulu

Postby gregoryuconn » Fri Feb 26, 2021 3:40 pm

it = something Lulu did? turn of actions or consequences of her actions? See next question something that just happened to her? Yes without her having an active part in it? But she had an active part in it, I would say something that happened to a lot of people at the same time? Yope, explore but Lulu the only one being lucky in that? As far as I know a famous event? No, but a famous event is relevant
Was "it" worse in general? Yes but for Lulu it could have been even worse, was she not lucky? Worse than what? Rephrase please. May need to do some exploring first.
Did Lulu lose something? find something? No to both
A medical diagnosis relevant? No, possibly for svv
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Re: [gregoryuconn] Lucky Lulu

Postby Mimino » Wed Mar 03, 2021 11:32 am

Did Lulu benefit from it? benefit in comparison to others? suffer less than others?
A famous event: politics? sports? entertainment? arts? an anniversary?
Did this happen in our era?
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Re: [gregoryuconn] Lucky Lulu

Postby gregoryuconn » Wed Mar 17, 2021 12:36 am

Did Lulu benefit from it? See next question benefit in comparison to others? suffer less than others? Yes to both, in a way
A famous event: politics? In some way, in the sense that many things are in some way political, yes. But it's not primarily political I would say. sports? entertainment? arts? No to these. an anniversary? Anniversaries are relevant too.
Did this happen in our era? Yes
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Re: [gregoryuconn] Lucky Lulu

Postby TDGperson » Wed Mar 17, 2021 5:33 pm

Is Lulu a real person? The champion from League of Legends?
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Re: [gregoryuconn] Lucky Lulu

Postby gregoryuconn » Wed Mar 17, 2021 11:36 pm

Is Lulu a real person? According to an article on the internet, there is a real person this happened to (though her name isn't Lulu.) The champion from League of Legends? No.
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Re: [gregoryuconn] Lucky Lulu

Postby AlbatrossLover » Tue Mar 30, 2021 8:54 pm

Does "it" have something to do with a war? A natural disaster? A crime? Did it affect people in a specific area? People who had something in common?

Is it considered unlucky for most people because it's dangerous? Deadly? Something potentially life-changing? Did she avoid the part most people consider unlucky? Benefit from it?
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Re: [gregoryuconn] Lucky Lulu

Postby gregoryuconn » Mon Apr 12, 2021 1:33 am

Does "it" have something to do with a war? "It" isn't a war but I'd say it's war-adjacent. A natural disaster? No. A crime? A crime is relevant. Did it affect people in a specific area? People who had something in common? Yes to both, but also more broad.

Is it considered unlucky for most people because it's dangerous? Deadly? No to both. Something potentially life-changing? This is a tricky question. I'll say yope. Did she avoid the part most people consider unlucky? No. Benefit from it? Yope.
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