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Pathfinder Society Member. 2,237 posts (5,938 including aliases). No reviews. 2 lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 97 aliases.


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Amby's Brain wrote:
Dirty Old Victorian Longears wrote:
Nice work if you can get it. Haw haw!
With that avatar, my brain immediately decided this alias has Dr. Bombay's voice from Bewitched.

Precisely correct


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captain yesterday wrote:

Because I don't work the register for the last few years they haven't been able to evaluate myself and a select few other people, because everything is based on sales or credit card sign ups product insurance plans, which all happens at the register or service desk.

It's been pretty sweet.

Until now. They now judge us by how many holes (on the shelf) we fill every night. But I figured out which holes are the most important and I fill those holes. Then let the newbs worry about the rest.

Nice work if you can get it. Haw haw!


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Read HP Lovecraft or Clark Ashton Smith with an inadequate light source.

Panic.


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Or hang on to the little straps and let everybody admire your armpits.


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NobodysHome wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:

I've always wondered why are chef pants so damn ugly?

It's like Hawaiian shirts - apparently someone was like "these are too comfortable to make in plain colors - that would sell like crazy - find a way to make them ugly as s%*!."

Exactly. They're "ugly as s%*!" precisely to prevent the unworthy from wearing them.

"Sire! I hath flaineth ye fearsomme Turducken; e'en hath I refcued thy faire daughter from ye clutchef of ye knavifh Sir Cumftances (beyond our control)! I hath alfo neutered ye catte and created a fuperlative Artwork out of macaroni and glitter to adorn ye wallf of thy caftle!"

"Huzzah, brave knight! Come fit ye down at my right hand and rejoice, for tonight thou haft earned ye right to wear pantf. And not any pantf, but ye pants that art ugly as fhit, for thuf do we keep them from bafe caitiffs and fcourndrelly rafcalf"


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Surely a Hawaiian shirt is just a regular short-sleeved shirt with a collar, covered in vivid tropical prints?


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What would they do if you went into work in a kilt?


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There are jokes in the 'Malleus Maleficarum'. Pretty poor jokes, even by 15th century standards, but jokes nonetheless.

Hee hee hee:

Socrates had two wives, whom he endured with much patience, but could not be rid of their contumelies and clamorous vituperations. So one day when they were complaining against him, he went out of the house to escape their plaguing, and sat down outside the house, and the women then threw filthy water over him. But the philosopher was not disturbed by this, saying, 'I knew that a rain would come after the thunder'

Ho ho ho:

There is also a story of a man whose wife was drowned in a river, who, when he was searching for the body to take it out of the water, walked up the stream. And when he was asked why, since heavy bodies do not rise but fall, he answered: 'When that woman was alive, she always, both in word and deed, went contrary to my commands: therefore I am searching in the contrary direction in case even now she is dead she may preserve her contrary disposition'


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DSXMachina wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:
lynora wrote:

What is this tan you speak of? :P

I have two settings: ghost and boiled lobster.

Me too. Fortunately ghost is sexy. Well, I think so. This may have something to do with the first girls I ever knew admit they liked sexual things being goth chicks when I was in middle school. That tends to skew your perspective at an early age. So yeah...sexy.

At least in women it is. Men it's sort of "you look sickly." I think it's because precedent has been set with women of all shades having good bodies in the media, but I've never heard of a ripped pale white guy. Every good looking white guy in good shape seems to spend hours at the beach. You never see porcelain abs.

Ah the English look (or as my French friend says; "the English lobster"). As for ripped pale guys; google 'Sheamus WWE', but he's the only one I can think of.

I don't go brown or red. I go from Slightly Off White to Slightly Less Off White, and back.

Not trying to crab on anyone who does like it, but Pachebel's Canon in D drives me nuts. Endless, dreary, strung-out cycle of 5ths - agh!


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Enkidu And Gilgamesh Do Akkad


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Heavy Metal lyrics are really easy to write.

Bad Heavy Metal lyrics, anyway.


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{Suddenly, the table rocks and a Mysterious Voice speaks}

Ambroooosia....

Ambroooosia....

I bring messages of Hope from the Great Beyond....

Rosario Dawson is waiting for you....

Covered in rose petals and sprawled on a bed of Extra Strong Miiiints....

It's true... Really, it is


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KenderKin is also the official supplier of furry loincloths and waistcoats to Manowar.


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Derdiyoklar İkilisi - Ötme Bülbül

EDIT: Derdiyoklar İkilisi - Liebe Gabi (Kaliteli Kayıt)


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Generally, if I want anything except dry goods, I go to Butchy McButchFace.

"WANT MEAT"
"GOT MEAT. WANT MONEY"
"GOT MONEY. YOU GIVE MEAT"
"YOU GIVE MONEY"
"UGH"
"UGH"
"GOT MEAT. LIMEY PLEASED. NO KILL"
"GOT MONEY. BUTCHY PLEASED. NO KILL"
"UGH"
"UGH"

Or Bakey McBakeFace. Or Veggie McVegFace, and his sexy Polish ladies. Depends.


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Hope the exam goes well! :)


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Cap'n Yesterday, Not a Communist wrote:
Uh yeah, commie bastards!...

Central Committee haf determined zhat is, in fact, best film ever.

Better even zhan 'Super Khrushchev Dance Party VI'

So zhere.


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BEST. FILM. EVER.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:

Note to self:

Stop buying pants.

FTFY.

In order to do that, I'd have to start buying pants.


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Or an unhealthy obsession with fennel. Maybe they're the same thing.


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Note to self:

Stop buying plants.


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'Caribbean style' curried chicken (only because it was made with 'Caribbean style' curry powder), with onions, spring onions and mushrooms. An extra chili and a couple of cloves of garlic were also added

Accompanied by mango lassi and chapattis.


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Kate Beckinsale on growing up in a WRP household

If you can work the phrase 'Crack the bum-willy-fanny code' into an otherwise normal conversation this weekend, one billion points to you.


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You scoff at that, monsieur, you scoff at Le Comte de Malodor, and Le Grande Comte will not meekly abide such an insult to his honour! Draw steel, you vast peurloubignonononuffe, or I shall spit you like a capon where you stand!


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Apart from the Chronicles of MammothToucher, of course.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Aranna wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
We could have a show called Produce Wars. Where one holes up in a historic castle, and the other has to lay siege with only produce to use in our homemade siege engines.
That sounds too dangerous. You could kill someone with a trebuchet launched pumpkin or watermelon.

Pah. Fresh produce never killed anyone.

That depends what you do with the marrow...


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NobodysHome wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Lentils? Cheap, nutritious, plentiful lentils?

One of my 12 vegetarian dishes is a killer lentil curry. And it has the bonus that it's 100% vegan and gluten-free, so I can serve it to almost anyone...

...they just have to be able to tolerate the heat...

In my student days, my diet more or less consisted entirely of lentil curry and chickpea curry (12 tins for £1!).

I remember adding creamed coconut to the lentil curry worked well.


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captain yesterday wrote:
I'm not trying to offend anyone. Just trying to faithfully recreate historic European battles as accurately as possible utilizing fresh fruits and vegetables. On someone else's dime.

Kumquats?

Raspberries?

Currants?

Lentils? Cheap, nutritious, plentiful lentils?


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captain yesterday wrote:
I could use another bag of s~$* dirt though.

I could sort you out with a very large quantity of compost, should you wish. Hurling it into the Midwest United States shouldn't be a problem if the trebuchet's big enough, after all.


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H'mmm... I was going to make curried chicken this weekend, but that (EDIT: "Mexican" casserole) might be a better option. Thankyou, Captain.

In other news, 'The Final Countdown' by 'Europe' is playing.

Goodie goodie


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GM_Beernorg ought to know that GT draws the line at bees.

GM_Beernorg

Beernorg

Bee-rnorg

Coincidence.... OR IS IT?!


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Wupert Beaw: Mock My Thpeech Impediment, Hear Me Woaw!


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captain yesterday wrote:

slips through the looking glass

I think I'm more confused now then when I started.

... oh, are those mushrooms...

La la la, we're fun guys!

Sharin' spores and gettin' high!

Join us, Captain! JOIN US! JOIN US!

Spoiler:

ignore the skull


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captain yesterday wrote:

climbs down the rabbit hole

Okaay, what is Destiny (in 2-100 words, role playing game is not allowed) :-)

's Child's dad.


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Incidentally, where do the powers/specialities of the different houses come from? Are they divine gifts, or do they come from genetic meddling by outside forces (these could be one and the same, I suppose) a la the Great Houses in Steven Brust's books?


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Foolishly Patriotic 'Murican wrote:

At least we're all American.

Except the people that aren't, to whom I convey that I'm so, so sorry. Not for the assumption, but for the scenario.

Oh, we cope. Somehow. :P


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Mtume Umoja Ensemble - Alkebu-Lan: Land of the Blacks (Live at the East)


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Instazuck

Facezuck

Tumbzuck

YouZuck

Pinzuck

Zuckle+

When will it end, I ask you? When will it end?


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...over-elaborate vajazzling!


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We shall summon his Mirror Universe double, ToatGrutcher, to defeat him once and for all!

COME, TOATGRUTCHER! COME, TOATGRUTCHER! COME, TOATGRUTCHER! COME!

Right. That's the last time I buy demon summoning rituals from adverts in the back of 'Big 'N' Bouncy'. Not impressed.


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Now he tells me. Pschaw!


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Avatar of Zon-Kuthon wrote:
I prefer apple. With custard of course.

Shooting custard off William Tell's head is a bit of a challenge, let me tell you.


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Sharoth wrote:

I liked 4e for the little bit of time that I payed it. Having said that, I despise Weasels of the Coast for what they did to Dragon and Dungeon. Plus they alienated a lot of people because of their attitude during 4e.

Note - I am sorry to insult any weasels out there. I like you and respect you.

Likewise, Sharoth, Likewise. :)


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Life Sized Prop of Orthos wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

Is it... Orthos? I'm guessing it's Orthos. Right?

;D Congrats, cap!

You are correct. Resistance is futile.

Don't you mean 'Resistance is FaWtL ?'

Ha! Ha! Ha! Paizo.com self-referential joke time!


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Our Sunday D&D group has moved back to 4e, and I'm enjoying it.

I feel slightly guilty.


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non-dyslexic Valeros wrote:
Sohcahtoa, brah.

Is this League Sohcahtoa, Union Sohcahtoa, five-a-side Sohcahtoa or Australian Rules Sohcahtoa we're talking about?


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Spider Kender
Spider Kender
His spider heart
Is warm and tender
He has to steal - he has no choice
He sings little songs in a squeaky voice.
Look Out
Here comes Spider Kender.
Vo do de oh.


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Why aren't lava tories Magmin who happen to vote Conservative? I demand an answer!


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Well, for most of today, I was wearing blue shorts and an orange, black and white striped t-shirt, with manly green flip-flops.


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lynora wrote:
The karate school has come up with a new strategy to get people to leave early after belt promotion ceremony: play obnoxious dance music obnoxiously loud. Worked on me.

They do that at the TaeKwonDo place we do Monday HEMA in, too. Or it might be filtering through from the gym upstairs. Either way, having 'Saturday Night' by 'Whigfield' booming through the walls/floor make the awesome battle moves you're trying to pull off seem much less awesome. Bah.

EDIT: I'll tell you what is awesome, though.

Or rather, show you! o.O

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