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I don't think I've had Celestial Seasonings, but I have drunk Yogi Tea, which has several dozen different varieties, all of which taste identical. Serves me right for buying something with 'Yogi' in the brand name that doesn't have anything to do with bears wearing trilbies.
I think Mate is made from coca leaves...
Comradely sympathies, DA.
Mind you, he's got a sleeveless tiger-print top and a very small ballerina dancing on top of his piano, so he's alright, the object.
Longsword related injury to wrist means one of my favourite activities has been somewhat curtailed.
Fencing, you filthy beasts. I have a lot of sabre practice lined up tomorrow and will probably have to do it left handed (I'm not helping, am I?), which will probably result in something else getting knackered up. Maybe the house, maybe me. This sort of thing happens a lot, which means that I'm also investing in some up-to-the-job protective equipment, with a full-body prophylactic at the top of the list.
It's Naughty Treppa's fault, not yours, CH. And the story gets much worse than that as it goes on, Yuugasa, so you've dodged a bullet there. What our Glorious Empire-Building Forebears liked to relax with at the end of a long day shooting people browner than themselves was a rollicking tale of spanking 'n' incest, going by that and other similar books I've read. Make of that what you will.
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
I blame Cosmo that the remaining half-a-jar of preservative-laden pizza sauce grew a fuzzy carpet on top .
It clearly wanted to be more like L. Longears' face, armpits, [redacted], [redacted], [redacted], legs, etc., and who can blame it.
I blame Cosmo for thinking that the above paragraph was worth sharing with anyone.
Doodlebug Anklebiter wrote:
Which leaves me, again, trying to decide between Aptheker and Moorcock...
Can one ever get enough c... OH LOOK OVER THERE!
Venomous Bleed is actually pretty boring. If I hear about one more nun who was cured of a runny nose by being stroked with a blade of grass that the saintly Bishop Ronan once walked past, I'm going to travel back in time and strangle him. That's what celibacy does to you, clearly.
Loose tea is definitely better. No question about that.
I am also a confirmed Lapsang fan - that's probably my favourite, but I also very much enjoy Russian Caravan (that I buy from a Russian shop, not that that makes it taste any different) and various oolongs, which are a nice halfway house between green & black tea, with a distinctive flavour of their own. I bought Lapsang Oolong once, which was a tannin-rich dream come true.
For teabags, Yorkshire tea or nothing.
LO, HE RETURNS!
The hour has come! The heavens reel and groan, great quakes have riven the obsidian oubliette of Iamiz I'a'khuuubh, the gelid Eye of Dagon rises oozing from the depths, the Whore-Queen of Muoag'la'alkzan has been taken to the Sable Gate of Yptheen and there slain in the name of Labnrazoon the Unsouled and HE IS FREE! FREE! FREE! Ia! Ia!
Don Juan de Doodlebug wrote:
That one, and there was one between Dogman and the girl who got rescued from the prison camp, too, with Colonel West gazing at them from the shadows. Blink (did I mean blink? Yes. Yes I did) and you'll miss it, though
Also, don't let naughty Treppa steer you away from the Path of Virtue, comrade, her and her sinful links. You don't want free Victorian porn!
Lord Snow wrote:
It worked for me - I thought it was in keeping with the rest of the book, anyway - nobody really wins, there are no heroes, etc. It's also (fairly obviously) setting up some nasty surprises for the next volume...
According to a recent study (which I'm too lazy to look up a proper link for, so you'll just have to take my word for it when I say I didn't make this up), cheese is as addictive as heroin.
Well, I'm only marginally less lazy and the only references I can find for this with a quick Google appear on vegan websites aiming to help America get the cheesy monkey off its back...
Speaking of festivals, I need to book things for Hay on Wye... today, really...
Anyway, I have finished 'Before They Are Hanged', which was reasonable, 'Raiders of Gor', which was as krutty as I expected, and also did 'The Couch of Silistra' by Janet E. Morris over the weekend, which was odd. I didn't really get it on the first read through. I am presently reading 'Ecclesiastical History of The English People' by Bede and re-reading George Silver's 'Paradoxes of Defence' and 'Elric of Melnibone'
Sorry to hear about *spoiler*, DA - hope things sort themselves out soon...
I missed Branch on Weds as I was busy producing surplus value, but since it's the time of year for environmental things, etc., prospective Lady Longears has invited me to come along to tree planting on Saturday. I don't really want to go tree planting, but I do want to see her, so I'm going. Maybe I'll get to have an argument with a member of the Green Party, or at least get covered in mud.
Well, I'm sorry about that, because you missed a cracking game. When Hassan cloaked Sykes in the 38th minute, bladdering a sixteen-yard dratastabani to take play under the Dransfield Line, wow!
They should never have sold O'Higgins to Bingley Corinthians. Never! 40 skrutts in a season and no fotheringays... He would have turned that match about and no mistake...
Now over to Kajehase for the darts news.
Ivan Rûski wrote:
I'm hearing 'I'm So Sexy' by Right Said Fred, which I wouldn't link to even if I wasn't at work.
CH might like it, though, as the band featured two equally bald lead singers, somewhen in the early '90s
I've had a Day, that is part of a Week, and People are not helping. Also other stuff. I'm past the impotent rage phase and into the depressive funk part.
Sorry to hear that, Orthos - hope things turn up for you!
I am not overly fond of princes, Polish or otherwise, but this chap challenges Nigel Farage to a sabre duel, which is something I would very much like to see. En garde, to gazowy żaba obliczu laleczka, ty!
David M Mallon wrote:
I bought that one, with actual money (only, like, £3, admittedly, but still). I also bought the first one, and it was totally worth it just to see Jeremy Irons' frothing overacting.
I personally think the novels weren't cheesy enough, mainly due to the 'Code' TSR had to adhere to.
I always thought the Zhents were all about exercising temporal/financial domination, if those words mean what I think they mean, in order to achieve some sort of second coming of Bane (or just for the greater glory of), but I may be wrong.
Sunny bank holiday weekend meant I sat out in the garden and read:
'The Jewels of Aptor' by Samuel R. Delaney, which I liked