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Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Tiny Limey liked 'Venus and Mars'
There are two sides to this, of course - it also meant that we had to put up with 'The Frog Chorus', 'Ebony and Ivory', 'Mull of Kintyre' and other gems.
Skyrim Rampage Cap'n Yesterday wrote:
Have you managed to hurl a bear off a bridge just by shouting at it yet?
I bet you have.
Captain Yesterday, Brut Squad wrote:
And now you also know how kettles are made.
So, I was finally successful, but daggum did it take me a while to find good images of Ottoman women from the 1600s...
Was this a Valentine's Day thing?
"Be my Sublime Porte"
"You're the "Top" kapi "Pal"-"ace"!"
"Janissary, February, I wuv wooo"
"Hope I'm not being in-sultan, but will you be my Valentine?"
"Hey look, the Number 69! Is that the bos-for-us?"
"O harem pantolonunda iki kişilik oda var mı ha ha ha?"
Or were you after pictures of Egyptian monuments and accidentally put in 'odalisques' instead of 'obelisks' ?
In the Swordsmen and Sorcerers' Guild of America, Lin Carter was named "Purple Druid of the Gibbering Horde of the Slime Pits of Zugthakya," L. Sprague de Camp "Supreme Sadist of the Reptile Men of Yag," and John Jakes "Ambassador-without-Portfolio to the Partly Squamous, Partly Rugose Vegetable Things of the South Polar City of Nugyubb-Glaa.". Michael Moorcock was the "Veiled Thaumaturge of the Mauve Barbarians of Ning".
Might not help, but do you have access to the (2e) 'Aurora's Whole Realms Catalogue' ?
"In twenty hundred and seventeen,
I was wearing
I was working on the railway"
I most certainly wasn't (though TS sort of was, but not very); this is as relevant as you're going to get at 2:15am, I'm afraid.
'My Lord Barbarian', a masterful effort by Le Maitre Offutt, with more boobies and swordfights than you could possibly dream of.
And 'The schoole of the noble and worthy science of defence being the first of any english-mans inuention, which professed the said science: described, that any man may quickly come to the true knowledge of their weapons.' by Ioseph Svvetnam.
I also downloaded his 'Arraignment of Lewd Women', too, for completeness' sake, but it's a load of ranty old balls.
Rysky, if you were a super marketing executive and had to think up a name for a magic dinkle pill, would you call it 'Penisole' ?
"Hi there, Mr. Chemist! Gimme an economy-size Penisole, please!"
If so, what should the female equivalent be called?
Tell us the secret of your run of successful Princess recruitments.
L. Longbrain, Top Rashunaliserator wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I knew you were Captain Planet. I just KNEW IT.
Tequila Sunrise wrote:
The example I was given was a man in Scotland who put sekrit water into his car and the car ran forever on sekrit water and everybody could get limitless sekrit water cars were it not for the Insiders suppressing the technology.
Renewable energy is a different matter - it's converting the energy from its original form, whatever it happens to be, into electricity where the expense and difficulty lies, IMO, so it isn't 'free' after everything's taken into account. Whether or not flaming bicycles are a renewable resource is something only Freehold & Fritzy can answer
Limey's mother was the biggest owl in the world, so unlike Monkey, who was hatched from an egg on a mountain top, LL was hatched from a mountaintop on an egg. The Annunaki immediately saw him, recognised his capacity for sweaty genius and changed him from the second biggest sweaty owl in the world into a sweaty elf. 500 years later, he became a more betterer sweaty wizard than Elminster and single-handedly cured the Spellplague by pleasuring Mystra into the middle of next Tuesday by the power of his mind alone.
After that, he discovered the secret Nazi base in the hollow earth and single-handedly destroyed it using the powers of Deadley Kung-Ratu and a sort of hook fauchard made from Wensleydale cheese, before drinking a cup of tea and receiving the Ronald Hargreaves Memorial Prize for Innovation In Stationary Procurement Logistics.
The potatoes did very well this year - I've still got some leeks to eat, too.
Chili plant is still alive, which is remarkable - I do not have a good record with houseplants.
I have replaced some of the fences in the back garden with trellises, so intend to grow climbing plants - Morning Glory and whathaveyou. We'll see how well they work.
It's winking at you, saucily.
It's very 'of its time', so to speak; the language is extremely overwrought, the female characters are all incredibly delicate Ladies who spend all their time crying or fainting or resigning themselves to horrible fates with saintly patience, the male characters are either lustful monsters or sturdy honourable peasants (but not really) with Mysterious Birthmarks; there are lots of mouldering crypts and windswept cliffs and dark forests, etc... It's very cheesy indeed, but good fun. Gothic novels tend to be pretty formulaic; my favourite's 'Vathek', just because it's so OTT and demented. I should probably re-read 'The Monk', too...
Don't know that this is super shocking new news, but it's interesting to see it all laid out clearly.
captain yesterday wrote:
There is nothing amusing about ska and physical comedy, although slapping Reel Big Fish might be fun for a short amount of time.
I like stout. A lot.
I also like to drink a mixture of pale ale and stout, which means that I, too, am a deviant and miscreant ;)
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