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Pathfinder Society Member. 1,894 posts (5,105 including aliases). No reviews. 2 lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 87 aliases.


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When it was GoatToucher's turn to play The Jet-Propelled Gynecologist, his catch-phrase at the end of each episode was 'I gots the smarts on lady-parts!', delivered with a cheeky wink and an uplifted right thumb.


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Aranna wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
Aranna wrote:
Tacticslion has joined the dark side and is now cheating in computer games...

Hey: I don't have time to allow computer games to tell me, "Congratulations on not acting out of character in that one conversation: you get to watch innocent people die now and suffer two lacks of achievements you've spent the whole game working on because of a reasonable decision you made two chapters ago; by the way, we've auto saved so you can't do anything, Nyah!"

I mean, it's frustrating enough that Banner Saga have people react in weird ways to arbitrary choices (I "don't care?!" Lady: I told you to tell me, personally, immediately! Talk, don't presume!) but this? Nope.

Spoiler alert for Banner Saga: don't accept the backbiter into your team. >:/

You know the saying, "save frequently".

Even Jesus saves;)

And that's why Bethlehem Athletic's goal average was so incredibly good in the 31-32 season


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Rysky wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
John Kretzer wrote:
The Fiend Fantastic wrote:

Rysky....could you send a succubi deathsquad on my bosses?

They're not continuing my employment -_- , no reason given.
Finding, and landing for that matter, a job is difficult.

I am in need of moral support.... >_>

So you are also requesting the Succubi Moral Support Squad also correct? IO think those girls are busy...
Immoral Support Squad, surely?
Rysky, not Shirley.

Sorry. Immoral Support Squad: Rysky

Backed up by

Immoral Support Squad: Shirley.

And Immoral 'Heavy Weapons' Support Squad: Christina


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GM_Beernorg and Frank are both hard at work trying to cross a Dachshund with a shire horse in order to create a beast that can cope with chasing the tyres of monster trucks. Valuable assistance has been provided by GoatToucher, although perhaps neither 'valuable' nor 'assistance' are quite the words we're looking for here.


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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:

I can say as an adult, the nostalgia of the 80s cartoons doesn't really hold up. Go re-watch the original cartoon (or worse, live action movie) TMNT, or Transformers, or GI Joe, or He-Man, etc. They. Aged. Terribly.

So now that we have like 90% of them as movies, when will we get 90s cartoons as movies? Because I would pay good money to watch Gargoyles. I would camp out to see Animaniacs.

I liked He-Man very much when I was small, so when I found a bunch of original episodes on Youtube last year, I watched them avidly for some time. Pretty good. I haven't seen the film(s), but I hear they're ruuubbbishh, so I'll probably have to.

There was also some sort of nineties/noughties spiky-hair-and-oversized-weaponry makeover version of the cartoon, which I intend to avoid.


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We had two brief flurries today, but that was it. Didn't stick, but made a change from rain.


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IHIYC is the present Secretary of the Chester Schuster Leicester and Manchester Jester's League for Shikse Justice.


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PRRRAP PAPAPAPAHHH!!! PRAPPAPAPAPAPAPAPA!!! PRRRAP PRAPPP PAPAPAPAPA!!

That was my fairy trombone orchestra, backing up Ventnor as he performed the oration at TOTALLY John Kretzer's fake funeral, right before the 21 gun salute and fly-past by the Red Arrows.


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Storms, storms, storms.

Then some more storms.

For a change, a storm. Did you miss it? Don't worry! Another one will be along in a jiffy!

Or perhaps it's just the same storm, rambling on and on with occasional minor variations, rather like Neil Young's live albums.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Now what shall i watch in my boxers whilst eating an ice cream sandwich.

I hope she gives me a head's up call before she comes home, i also hope they don't pick up Pea Bear's friend on the way home.

How many things in your boxers can you watch? I would have thought the selection was rather limited... But who knows?


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captain yesterday wrote:

I'm going to work more hours this spring so I can get a cheap Amp and Bass.

After all, doesn't the old rock and roll math add up to terrible guitarist = okay bassist.

Of course, the could just be mid life talking, at least it's not whispering "convertible, hookers, blow, you deserve all of these"

More bassist humor,
Q: how do you get the bassist off your front porch.
A: pay them for the pizza.

Two less strings = more easiererer.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Kelsey Arwen MacAilbert wrote:
Kelsey's working closing shift today and opening shift tomorrow. This means maybe four and a half hours of sleep and a grumpy Kelsey. Why does Kelsey put up with this? Kelsey's backpack is weighed down by her new PS4.

This is called "clopening".

I want a PS4...

clopening has a very different meaning in the circles I hang in...

H'mmm h'mmm h'mmm.

I know! I'll call Longears Investigation Bureau!

Hellohello! Yes, it's me! Can you tell me...

bzzwzzzmzzzmmzzzwzzbmzzwzz! Wzzmzzbm! Zzmbzzmzzmzzz!

Ohhh, so it's some sort of an MLP-related thing?

Zmmbzz!

Fine. We'll leave it there, then.


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I had gammon & pea soup.


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You know it's going to be a good days when things kick off with a conversation with a co-worker about 'manually unclogging' a guinea-pig.

Nothing to do with wooden footwear, btw, even though a guinea-pig dressed up as a Dutch person would be pretty funny.


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Happy birthday, Ragadolf!


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DSXMachina wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
DSX Machina wrote:

Have you been to the 'Head of Steam' in Leeds, better than the Tapped for price & a good selection of beers (& music).

I've been to the one in Hudds, but not Leeds - mind you, boozers tend to come and go at a dizzying rate there. Where's the Leeds one?

Just near the train station, sort of to the left. Then again there's so many pubs in Leeds :D

(Hence why we end up doing a York or Otley pub crawl.)

Ta - I'll check it out :)


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For some reason, the supermarket put something on the handle of the trolley saying 'Try something you can't pronounce'

However, when I suggested cumulonimbus to the girl on the checkout, she had no idea what I was talking about. What's going on?


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Happy birthday, Lynora! :)


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Ashley Kaprielian wrote:
Insane KillMaster wrote:
Set wrote:
Insane KillMaster wrote:
Or make a Blame-Cosmo-O-Thon (blame Cosmo marathon), people paying to blame Cosmo.

Cosmo would only greenlight this game if people paid Cosmo to blame Cosmo. Or paid Cosmo to shift blame to other people. Or just paid Cosmo, perhaps in a futile attempt to propitiate him. He's surprisingly flexible on this point, as long as the spice keeps flowing.

Cosmo can always get a cut from the money. :)
Finance does not negotiate with clowns.

Could we please have this on a t-shirt (or a little green visor)? Or etched into a set of knuckledusters, or on a sword blade?


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Aranna wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Orthos wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
If it helps, I think all beer tastes terrible.
I've never drank it so I can't vouch for the taste, but I'll say that all beer smells terrible, which does not bode well for taste.

I went through my teens convinced that beer was a terrible practical joke played on everyone by aliens; who would willingly drink that stuff?

Then my German professor gave me German beer, and I could actually see drinking it for the taste. A few months later, traveling in England, a Londoner bought me a pint of draft Guinness from a London pub. Divine!

There are still very, very, VERY few beers I will drink for pleasure, but if you get a good one, you finally understand the obsession

Trader Joe's Oatmeal Stout is the cheapest one I can think of that I really like. But I'm a stout kinda guy. I like reds and lagers. I've never met an IPA nor a wheat beer that I liked, or could even tolerate.

Your taste in beer is similar to mine, I prefer reds and lagers as well and find IPAs to be nasty as well as most wheat beers... There was an amazing wheat beer made by Sam Adams, Cherry Wheat, made with Michigan cherries that was divine... It was like alcoholic dessert in a bottle. But they changed the recipe and now it is a pale imitation of the masterpiece it used to be.

IPAs have their place (EDIT: as does NUDITY) - pale ale and stout is a nice combo, depending on which ones you use. I drink stout in preference to anything else, providing it isn't made too sweet, as, personally, I do not want my beer to taste like pudding (I'm looking at you, Young's Double Chocolate); that's the same reason why I don't drink fruit beers or alcoholic soft drinks. Still, YBMV.

Black lagers are nice (schwarzbier? Aeglos'd know...), but other lagers aren't generally to my taste. Most of the lagers on sale in the Great British pub are more like carbonated horse whizz than anything adult human beings should drink, which may be why.


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IHIYC has managed to pull off a Pringles Duckbilled Platypus. How, why and what happened afterwards are all questions that really ought to stay unanswered.


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So is Ventnor, who has, what's more, been matured in sherry casks for the whole period.


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Redbeard the Scruffy wrote:

I heard a lecture in high school about how American accents are closer to Shakespeare original due to the fact that around colonial times before the revolution mainland British commoners started emulating their upper class, leading to the various British accents we know today, while the colonists couldn't keep up with the times, and thus didn't evolve, and lead to the split in style.

So it's actually you all butchering the classics, not us!

Given when the first British colonists arrived in the Americas, that first part is pretty likely; mainland British accents evolving from commoners trying to emulate the upper classes, not so much, given quite how much they vary (and how deeply they differ from the Queen's English, in very many respects). That the American accent got 'stuck', so to speak, given its relative isolation, makes sense.

I remember someone saying they'd traced back the stereotypical American accent/a lot of early dialect words to East Anglia, but I can't remember who said it and why, so it may be rubbish.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:

A question for Americans.

How do you, personally, pronounce the word 'sage' ?

Rhymes with "age", "page" or "rage". Is it different in the UK?

Thankyou, everybody.

No, but there appear to be a number of regional variations in the US which are making my job just that tiny bit harder at the moment... Still, nothing to complain about. After all, af at first you don't succ-say-juh, try, try, try again.

Ha! Ha! Ha! Linguistic joke time!


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Paul McCartney - Ram

Very easy to take McCartney for granted. Mistake.


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RIP, sir.

I shall drink this beer for you.


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On the one hand, what in the name of Shamash's flaming chariot is going on here?

On the other hand, who cares?


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Rysky wrote:
Tels wrote:
Rysky wrote:
GM_Beernorg wrote:
Your taste buds just can't repel flavor of that magnitude.
But can they see why kids love the taste of Cinnamon Toast Flumph?
Silly Rysky, Flumphs are for Trumps.

-_- not cool.

Flumphs are good aligned.

Mah flumphs! Ma flumphs, ma flumphs, mah flumphs!


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Le soleil de Vietnam - Christel Ruby


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We spent yesterday night being lashed by Gertrude.

There was also a storm.


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Jon Ronson's 'The Men That Stare At Goats' was originally titled 'The Men That [CENSORED] At GoatToucher', but, y'know, obscenity laws and such.


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1: Ultra-Vet! We have a very sick donkey who can only be cured if you stuff it in right up to the ankle! Please, can you help us?
2: Ultra-Vet! Are your feet really that big?!
3: Ultra-Vet! I can understand you drinking battery acid before doing that with your tongue, but not that. Why?

For, m'sieur, ah have trois petites answeres:

1: With Guiseppe in the gondola
2: With Hermann in the leiderhosen shop
3: With Boris, in a hole in the ice.


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GoatToucher wanders the streets of London, gazing skywards and hoping that, someday, he will be able to look up Mary Poppins' skirt when she comes in to land.


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My friend and I had a favourite game when I was small called 'Dodge the Pointy Stick'. This involved person A throwing the Pointy Stick and person B getting out of the way of the Pointy Stick, then swapping places. Inevitably, someone even failed to dodge the Pointy Stick, and equally inevitably, that person was me. I escaped losing an eye by millimetres and still have a scar to remind me of quite how thick we were...

EDIT: Speaking of Pointy Sticks...


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And which Noel Coward song does that kick off?


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Few things are funnier than a bad French accent


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Why, in your opinion, are Masters of the Universe plush weapons not available in Germany?


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Aranna wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Aranna wrote:
What kind of calendar? Do I have to show up in cosplay or in swim wear carrying an AR-15 or lounging on some fancy car?

Monday - Cosplay

Tuesday - Swimwear
Wed - Historical garb
Thursday - Steampunk
Friday - Casual Day
Saturday - ???
Sunday - Profit
FIFY

Um... I am not sure what manner of outfit "profit" is? Perhaps we dress up as money or coins?

A bit was missed off the end - it should have been profiteroles, and you need to dress up as a cake.


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coldvictim enjoys ringing up the Irish prime minister in the middle of the night and singing Van Halen's 'Hot for Taoiseach' down the phone at him


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All FaWtL.

All stud-ing. or whatever the female equivalent is..

All the time.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Yay, the bicycle chain on my workbike frickin' broke apart... Exactly what I needed for a good weekend.

I read that as warbike at first glance...

THAT IS AWESOME

attaches small vehicle blasters to bike

I was wondering whether or not bicycle jousting is a thing.

And it is!

This makes me so 'appy.


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Kajehase wrote:
Yay, the bicycle chain on my workbike frickin' broke apart... Exactly what I needed for a good weekend.

I read that as warbike at first glance...

EDIT: Sorry it's busted, anyway :(


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A biography of Stalin, by Isaac Deutscher. Given that Deutscher was a Trotskyite, it'll be interesting to see how he approaches the whole thing.


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John Kretzer wrote:

Okay attempt...

Bookcase o' RPG Books

Going down...

Top shelf is just random a stuff.

Left 1: Empty saved for expansion of PF hardcovers
Right 1:Empty saved for expansion of PF Campaign setting books

Left 2: PF RPG hardcovers
Right 2: PF Campaign setting books + Map packs

Left 3: Adventure paths
Right 3 PF Player Companions

Left 4: Currently being a spot for cardboard before taking up to recycled center...Saved for expansion of the AP
Right 4: Modules

Left 5: Legend of the Five Rings + 7th Sea
Right 5: Brave New World+ Alternity + Dragonstar + 1st Ed D&D Books + Iron Kingdoms.

Left 6: Rifts
Right 6: Rift Cont. + Misc.

My friend still needs to put on the trim...

Nice sabre :)


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Drejk wrote:
I am not showing any of you my pole!

But could you draw us a Polsky Wolsky Doodle (all the day) ? :P


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:

I went to McDonald's and ordered a McGangbang. Kind of disappointing. Not enough meat between the buns. I have a plan, though. What we gotta do is go bigger. Skip these limp McDoubles and McChickens. Get a double Quarter Pounder with cheese and one of them Buttermilk Crispy Chicken sandwiches. Make sure it has bacon. Now that'll make a meal. Needs an impressive name, though. A mere bang is not enough. We shall call it...

The McOrgy.

The plot for my next moving picture production appears to have just written itself! Haw haw!

(NB: Lose the clowns. And the chicken)


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By day, lucky7 is a mild-mannered janitor. By night, he is the JET-PROPELLED GYNECOLOGIST!


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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:

Noel McGhie and Space Spies--Trapeze

Doesn't sound like it was made by space spies...

Which proves that their disguises were PERFECT.

Looks like we have a new PJ Harvey album to look forward to


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Dear Zeus,

What I would really like to see on Sunday 24th January is a Turkish man beating up teddy bears in space.

Yours,

L. Longears.


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IHIYC protects his shins with little copper Jar Jar Binkses

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