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Pathfinder Society Member. 1,419 posts (4,165 including aliases). No reviews. 2 lists. No wishlists. 2 Pathfinder Society characters. 58 aliases.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
HE SAID YES!

Huzzah!

Huzzah!

Huzzah huzzah!

Huzzah huzzah huzzah!

Spoiler:

Exploding Huzzah.


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Limeylongears wrote:

Joint manoeuvres with the PFPL turned out to be reasonably successful.

Having said that, women being women, I have now been ordered to:

1) Get an eye test
2) Get a hearing test
3) See a doctor about my neck
4) Stop describing myself as 5' 11" when I'm not (I bloody am. Or I was, and I can't have shrunk)
5) Buy some new, PFPL approved underpants
6) Get a new mattress
7) Learn to wash up properly
8) Read and inwardly digest the other two volumes of '50 Shades' even though she admits that it's a pile of old s**t.

There will be more, I don't doubt. What we put up with for [redacted], I ask you.

The fact that (number 8 excepted) I should be doing all those things is completely behind the point, of course ;)


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Joint manoeuvres with the PFPL turned out to be reasonably successful.

Having said that, women being women, I have now been ordered to:

1) Get an eye test
2) Get a hearing test
3) See a doctor about my neck
4) Stop describing myself as 5' 11" when I'm not (I bloody am. Or I was, and I can't have shrunk)
5) Buy some new, PFPL approved underpants
6) Get a new mattress
7) Learn to wash up properly
8) Read and inwardly digest the other two volumes of '50 Shades' even though she admits that it's a pile of old s**t.

There will be more, I don't doubt. What we put up with for [redacted], I ask you.


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I have found a place in town that sells verrrrry cheap Guinness.

Now, this seems like a Good Thing; tomorrow morning it will not.


Freehold DM wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:


Please observe the all important rules of the thread, such as no discussion of politics, religion, or sports, and being naked if you are the first post in the thread.

Just so you know, Manwolf, the ban on sports discussion does not include games popular on the wrong side of the Atlantic, such as Murglethigh, Off-Dirt Horse Gauchle, Westmoreland Crab Hinting (Amalgamated and Confederated rules) and Blarking the Synge.
okay, SOME of these have to be made up.

... Some of them? ;)


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Freehold DM wrote:


Please observe the all important rules of the thread, such as no discussion of politics, religion, or sports, and being naked if you are the first post in the thread.

Just so you know, Manwolf, the ban on sports discussion does not include games popular on the wrong side of the Atlantic, such as Murglethigh, Off-Dirt Horse Gauchle, Westmoreland Crab Hinting (Amalgamated and Confederated rules) and Blarking the Synge.


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It turns out that the instigator of Gays and Lesbians for the Miners (or whatever it was called) was the leader of the CPGB's youth wing at the time (YCL). Somehow that got missed off the publicity material for the US release...

I am not doing anything to bring down Western civilisation this weekend, bar [redacted] and [redacted] and [redacted] her [redacted] while she [redacted] my [redacted], along with [redacted], [redacted] and [redacted], with PFPL. Vanessa P. Shachtman may well be taking notes.


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It has been raining. When it rains, it rains on everything that isn't under cover. The bench I just sat on was not under cover. It had been rained on. When I sat on the bench, I got a wet bum.

Cosmo's fault.


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Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:


Also, LLE, you need to work on an Enormous Schwanzstucker archetype.

Is this similar to the advice I once got to suck on a Fisherman's Friend if I wanted to get rid of my sore throat?

You see, it's not rude

Failing that, we'll soon have enough material to produce an even sweatier rival to 'Sisters of Rapture', 5% of all proceeds to go to Cosmo's Exploding Orphanage.


Well, 'Ghost Boob Assassin' is actually the top selling! title of my new top-rated! PDF winkie book line, along with 'Steeleye Solarpants - Studly Stirge Schtupper' and 'Betrayed in the Beholder Brothel' I blame myself for making Pillbug, and the world, aware of this. Cosmo had nothing at all to do with it, for once.


I have been ordered to read '50 Shades of Grey'

In lieu of flowers, please send donations to charity.


Pekoe Drunk Fresh?
Pot of December Formosa?
Peruvian Devil Flumph?
Pink Digital Flangers?
Plotnik's Dainty Favourites?
Pokemon's Dungaree Fondler?
Paizo Dithliketh Fwearing?
Pants Distended Forwards?
Proud Dinosaur F***er?

I'm joking! Joking!

Yes, but with a tear behind the smile.


Yuugasa wrote:
So there is a possibility that my other eye might go kaput soon as well so before the possible blindness sets in I've decided to play Skyrim again, last time I played it on ps3 with no expansions but now I'm playing it on steam with the full suite, any recommendations for mods to the game for an even funner experience?

Ach....

I hope the docs can do something about your peepers - or failing that, that it sorts itself out (at least partially)


Drejk wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Turns out PFPL really likes the smell of Axe body spray's Brittanic equivalent, Lynx. I always thought that stuff was specially formulated to repel females...
Is that a good sign, or a warning?

I was wondering that myself...

Drejk wrote:
Also - I might have misses it - is she into gaming?

No. But that will change if I have anything to do about it... Uahahahahaha! Ha! Ha! Ha!


I used to have long hair and a skraggly beard, when I was in my late teens/early 20s, and looked like a younger version of Fagin in the Oliver Twist film.

Now I have short hair and a pretty substantial beard, which I think works better.

I do prefer long hair on most women, but different people suit different styles, of course. Men can please themselves.

I do not have a problem with body hair on either men or women.


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Turns out PFPL really likes the smell of Axe body spray's Brittanic equivalent, Lynx. I always thought that stuff was specially formulated to repel females...


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captain yesterday wrote:
Does she have a thing for masks too :-)

Nope! :(

Drejk wrote:

Wait... Was that Certain Interest?

Also, how did you know that in Polish the unmentioned body part is often called interes (meaning either interest or business, with the second meaning being referred by that euphemism).

I didn't!

But to the best of my knowledge, our interests may be the same, but our interes are different..


See more than you bargained for, ahahaha!

Well well well, there you have it.

It's OK if you're jealous. I understand.


We shall see, Horus, we shall see...


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Maybe you need a Livonian Tyler...

Sorry, that's the best I can do at short notice.

Today I found out that PFPL and myself have Certain Interests in common, which means I am very much looking forward to next Saturday

Spoiler:

;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;) ;)


I have done very little today except read.

I got through:

'Clansman of Andor' by Andrew J. Offutt (Offutt attempts a Gor-a-like. Alright, but not as good as his Conan knockoffs)
'Lost Worlds Volume 2' by Clark Ashton Smith, which was great, as you'd expect
'The True Story of Ah Q' by Lu Hsun - not bad
And most of the Olympia Press reader, which had some littrachur in it (JP Donleavy, Samuel Beckett, Henry Miller, Jean Genet), albeit pretty mucky littrachur, along with the straight-up porn, if you'll excuse the expression.

They included a chapter from 'The Story of O', which I actually quite liked; I hated it when I read it the first time round, so I may have to have another go at that one...


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Rialzu- U Rigiru

A Magma side project.

Vashti Bunyan - Just Another Diamond Day

Part of me thinks this is quite sweet & beautiful; part of me thinks that it's too bloody twee for words.


Curry curry curry!

With plenty of veg & pulses, which means that Friday Night is Heavenly Music Night.


Don Juan de Doodlebug wrote:

Meanwhile, apparently, Mr. Comrade has been catcalled three times by black and/or brown girls since he has moved to Lowell.

He needs to make a Shocking internet video about that!


David M Mallon wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

I prefer sapporo premium, myself.

Also, I'm coming over.

Asahi is where it's at. Last time I bought a can of Sapporo at the store, it tasted more like the can it came in than it did beer.

The black Asahi's nice, but only comes in 330ml bottles :( :(


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Neon Pearl - Neon Pearl

I thought I was pretty well up on my UK psych, but I've never heard of this - it's not even in 'Tapestry of Delights', which is a absolutely ****ing massive encyclopedia of 60s/70s British music.

Pretty good, anyway.


This weekend,' Brak the Barbarian: Mark of the Demon' by John Jakes and 'Llama of Gathol' by Extra Roast Buttocks.


I have been making, and drinking, Moroccan green tea, seeing as I finally made it to the Chinese supermarket and picked up a very big packet of gunpowder tea. Luckily, I also have a spearmint bush in the garden. Excellent summer drink.

I also got a packet of genmai cha, which I am also enjoying.


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Rysky, is bebauchery a) Bebop for perverts b) what Babaus get up to in their spare time c) Autocorrect actually giving you what you really want or d) all of the above?

I vote for A) personally, but this isn't a g++%#$ democracy.


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Freehold DM wrote:
All I want to know is why there's so much smoking in British porn. Literally, everyone smokes!

I must say I have not come across this myself.

Um, that is to say I...

Er...

BYE!


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Return of the Tac'!

Well, I never :)


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Kraan - Kraan


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Today I went to Bradford to pay homage to Walter Greaves, Bradfordian, vegetarian, teetotaller, Communist and one-armed long distance cycling champ, and Harry Pollitt, Lancastrian and CPGB general secretary, then spent the afternoon sending dirty poems to a delighted PFPL.

And as an extra special treat (since he came up in conversation), here's winner of the Stalin Peace Prize, George Formby, to sing you a song.


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Saruman and his Funky Bunch are menacing our southern extremities.


Kajehase wrote:

Probably linked this song 200 hundred times or so before:

Edwyn Collins - A Girl Like You

All hail the Colorsound Tone Bender.

The Aerosol Grey Machine, by Van Der Graaf Generator


thegreenteagamer wrote:


Green tea is supposed to be good for digestion, although I believe all I know is anecdotal evidence rather than scientific studies. Ginger most assuredly IS good for digestion, though, and makes a great additive to tea...I like it in both black and green, but especially black.

Mint tea, i.e. a mixture of 2/3rds gunpowder green tea and 1/3rd Moroccan mint (if you can get it, although spearmint would probably do as well) is very nice. A book I read on the Northwest Frontier Province also said that the Pathans add cardamom to their green tea and use that as an after-dinner drink. I tried it and wasn't particularly taken with it, but others may feel differently.


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I'm not making a post just because I accidentally hid the thread on Wednesday, which is something only a complete idiot would do.


The Dedalus Book of Surrealism: The Identity of Things

I like it, even though the compiler (?) has a pop at Angela Carter in the intro. Bah.


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I blame Cosmo for my being able to identify a Slaady alias at 1,000 paces. Clearly I spend too much time on these boards.


The goblin's reach is long, beware beware.

Where's all the wholesome Tankie sword & sorcery, eh?

Is the world ready for Stalin the Barbarian?


Very peppery radishes along with goat's cheese (slightly melted) and black olives in pitta bread (slightly mouldy). And a satsuma.


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45,000 Volts - Ngozi Family


Weave it in your beard instead.


Most recently, Sardath the Barbarian 3 - SmiloDan was right; it was fun - and Explorers of Gor.

Fellas! Are you glandularly adequate?

Sure?

Ladies! Have you peeled away the hideous encrustations of your antibiological conditioning?

You have? Great! You may now engage in female display behaviours.


Pillbug Toenibbler wrote:
I blame Cosmo and Vince McMahon for wanting to see a Ryskymania cagematch between Emperor Floyd and an Emperor Penguin.

I have curry sauce.


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Limeylongears wrote:
Exuma - Snake

Alright, but not as good as Exuma I and II.

Harold Melvin and the Bluenotes - Don't Leave Me This Way


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Exuma - Snake


Just like the founder of the German Society of Proletarian Sexual Politics, you're 'founding a genital utopia'. Possibly.

For a bit of weekend ... fun? ...

Whatever, here's the website of the man himself - the Wilheim Reich Trust


Rectal massage is a scientifically proven - scientifically proven, do you hear - way of curing hiccups.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Baga!!!

But will you still respect it afterwards?

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