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Ethereal Marauder

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425 posts. Alias of Ambrosia Slaad.


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{chows down on puffins for breakfast}


Ceaser Slaad wrote:
Eagerly waiting to see what sort of chaos ensues when you cross Miss Kitty with the Humpday Monster.

{coolly smoking a clove cigarette and sipping a catnip mojito} Nah, I never forget to wear protection. {points at flea collar} See? Can't have kittens.


Hey, this year, April Courtfool's fell on a Hump Day!


Dang it, we all slept through Hump Day. Maybe my narcolepsy is contagious? Or there might be a gas leak in here?


Butt sniffing is a dog's life. And you smell of anchovies.


Not even your Hippeh chew toy?


{wakes up from extended narcoleptic nap} Frenchy, moi? Zhat is outrageous! I am Catalonian on my father's brother's nephew's cousin's former kennelmate's side.


Drejk wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Trying to get musicians to respond to e-mail messages is like trying to herd cats on meth.
Like?

{drops bag of blue kitty litter} I am the one who caterwauls.


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I also blame Cosmo for poor Floyd needing to go to the vet, and for poor Master Kretzer not having a ring of regeneration.


Tastes like gold and white!


Why did you pick up a level in necromancer, KC? It's a mechanically inferior class option.


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BigNorseWolf wrote:
Life is like a roll of toilet paper. the closer you get to the end the faster it goes.

{bats roll of toilet paper to watch it unspool on the floor} Therefore, it is reasonable to assume that "owning" (HA!) a cat shortens your life.


{horks up hairball on Sharoth, hugs the fuzzy matt}


One of the neighbors asked that we turn down the what. I didn't realize a what was that noisy.


{whispers:} I guess MoMo is sleeping in today.


{finally dislodges self from chimney} <WHUMP!>

Cough, cough, so what did I miss?


gran rey de los mono wrote:

I decided to get into the screenwriting business, but having no talent made that pretty difficult. Therefore, I decided to hire a bunch of employees to write the scripts for me. But people are too expensive, so I hired animals instead.

The horse was the first to turn in a script. It was ok, and I was tempted, but in the end I had to say neigh.

Next was the cow. Again, a decent script, but I asked for a TV show and she gave me a moo-vie.

The snake's first draft had too much skin, so I told him to shed it.

The elephant's script was fantastic. I'm sure it will really pachyderm the theaters.

The fish's script had so many spelling and grammar errors that I sent him back to school.

I had high hopes for the chimp's script, but it turned out she was monkeying around instead of writing.

The sheep's script was plagiarized. You can't pull the wool over my eyes.

Obviously, the skunk's script just stunk.

I hired a puppy as well, but she just piddled on the paper.

Hiss!


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Emperor Floyd wrote:
I Blame Cosmo for that silly vet saying that I should not go out anymore....sigh silly human.

I blame Cosmo that Kretzer hasn't built you a cardboard box tower yet.


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{disconnects from Matrix} Whoa. I know kung fu.

{shakes head to clear dumpshock fog} No... wait. I know Courtfool.


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Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
so it snowed Saturday night into yesterday morning, not much just 2 inches, and despite living in a city we have a nice little field behind our house (we're almost downtown too, which makes it even rarer!) so i took our Beagle Peaches out to chase field mice, and the dumb ass dog is sitting there digging into the snow and turf going after this field mouse den while literally 2 feet behind him 15-20 lil mice are popping out of one hole in the snow making a mad dash 10 feet to another hole, the whole time Peaches is completely oblivious to what happening behind him.
An excellent example of why I love snow and cats.

ARRRRRRRRRRRGH! ;)


Deep Rot wrote:
Emperor Floyd wrote:
Deep Rot wrote:
Emperor Floyd wrote:
Bring it Dog Boy.

... processing ...

TechNiCalLy HyENas Are MemBers Of The FeLiForm SubOrDer. Thus They Are FeLines Not CaNines. Dog Boy Would Be An InAcCurAte LaBel.

I was going with his name yellowDINGO.

... processing ...

ConFirmed. AckNowLedged. CorRecTion Filed. CarRy On.

I always assumed he was a dingo in a hyena costume, carrying on the tradition of dogs wearing costumes to frighten innocent food providers.


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yellowdingo wrote:
cannon fodder wrote:
yellowdingo wrote:
yellow things are a security threat to all cats
....you're yellow...
Shh! Im trying to get a matching set of fur for boots and you are scaring them away.

If you're just after fur for boots, just brush out some cats.

This may or may not be first step in creating a hairballmunculus.


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Emperor Floyd wrote:
I Blame Cosmo for allowing dogs to even post on the Pazio boards.

I blame Cosmo for Floyd's ignorance of the Poodle Lords.


Emperor Floyd wrote:

Instead I found a video of a obviously mental handicapped cat deal with a banana.

I am not amused.

Wha-?! The cat is not mentally handicapped; he/she is obviously toying with his/her prey to exhaustion before delivering the killing bite and devouring its potassium-rich flesh. Oranges, pumpkins, and watermelon are also fair game.

yellowdingo wrote:
You can claim your empire all you like but yellow things are a security threat to all cats. Look at them...just lying there ploting.

I think you have cats confused with the Green Lantern Corp. And I have it on good authority that red rings have no vulnerability to the color yellow or stupid Hollywood screenplays.


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Freehold DM wrote:
I do know at least one person who I was acquainted with in high school was amazed that there were pigeons going uneaten in ny. To him, it was the same thing as herds of bovines going uneaten as they wandered through the street.

That's silly... everyone in NYC knows that the herds of bovines move silently beneath the streets.

And the herds of cats travel by pneumatic tubes.


Tin Foil Yamakah wrote:

Lesson learned from last nights PFS game, There are packs of chihuahuas running wild in northern mexico, apparently these "swarms" swell to over 1100 in size.

I am so using a chihuahua swarm against my group, just gotta figure out the particulars damage special abilities and such any suggestions

Chihuahuas get tremble as a free action.


Tiny Coffee Golem wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Alleran wrote:
(So do cats, by the way. I'm quite certain that the only reason they don't evolve thumbs is because if they did, they'd have to do more work themselves.)
QFT
Cats with thumbs

You're all lucky most of us are drunk off our butts down here in the Keys.

{looks around for caretaker} You, Hoo-man! Fetch me another mojito and then move my chaise longue back into the sun.


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Yelling Bird wrote:
ENJOY YOUR F##~ING TURKEY!

Wait, wha?! Turkey is for eating, not f$+%ing.

Unless you've been invited to the Poodle Lords clubhouse, in which case, EWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!


I am sorry for freaking out when I see a mirror.

And for my inner monologue being in French.


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Adorable Fuzzball wrote:
Nyan Cat wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
A cat uses its whiskers to determine if a space is too small to squeeze through.
And then we flip a coin, and on Tails, we try to squeeze in anyways.

And 75% of the time, make it anyway.

I love being an Ooze.

[/linkified]

Hmmm, a sentient slime mold-ish critter that oozes under doors and through mouseholes, and has a Small animal alternate form. "Waitaminute! That's not fur! Ewwww!"


The War on Unicorns is a psyops misdirection by the Illuminati Anunnaki/Reptilians to keep the sheeple from investigating the truth behind !!!!111!1Eleventy-One Dimensions/Yarn Theory.


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zylphryx wrote:
thunderspirit wrote:
Erik Keith wrote:
Vic Wertz wrote:

From last night:

[redacted]: Customer Service has gone home. I'm going to go through their stuff.

Trying to press the advantage while Cosmo is on vacation? I doubt they got past our impregnible defenses. Cosmo trained us to be prepared.
ARRGH! Cardboard fort! We are vanquished!

What, you don't have a +3 adamantine boxcutter?

Works great to defeat the power of cardboard defenses.

Packing tape of the Warehousers works even better if you just want to lay siege ...

Bah, we are well prepared for such defenses!

General Anh'Purr, notify Commander Fuzzytoes to dispatch two squads of the 501st Laser Cat Troopers.

Also, be alert for the two-legger Schneider. If he has somehow trapped himself in the warehouse this year, we must be ready to implement psy-ops again... we will need his thumbs to open all the tuna cans that The Bulmahn has hidden in the vault.


Is there any truth to the rumor that you, Honey Badger, and Taig will be in a new summer action film filled with Baysplosions, John Woo-style gun ballet, and Drunken Badger kung-fu?


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Samnell wrote:
I used to plan for the zombie apocalypse, but lately I've found Kittenageddon more fun.

{purrs} When Gotham Iz Ashez, We Vill Nomz Ur Bwainz Last.


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(quoting a friend:) "Seals are just dog mermaids."


Kthulhu wrote:
Umbral Reaver wrote:

Oh, no. I'm not saying it's insignificant at all.

Just don't start expecting time travel and antigravity within your lifetime.

It's the 2nd half of 2012. Where the F+*+ is my flying car?

We don't even have hoverboards yet! But there are already several flying cars to choose from: the PAL-V, the Terrafugia Transition, and (maybe) the Moller SkyCar. Just beware the 501st NyanCat Airborne NecroBorg Troopers.


{mysteriously re-appears in Schrödinger's litter box} I'm sure one of the poodles can help you with the "rain" if you really want it.


Name him Spooky.


MoMojuice!


MoMojuice...


Hmmm...

{whispers:} MoMojuice...


{stops clapping} So, clapping means he lives? Curses! No wonder that b&+%* Tinkerbell survived.


Wait, is this like Tinkerbell? Should we applaud? {claps paws}


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Moo? I iz a cow. There are no poodles or cats here. Er, I mean, moo. Moo, moo, MOO.


Cockapoo wrote:
It's ok, CDP. I don't think the kitten's French.

She might be. Is her name Penelope Pussycat?


Isn't there a St. Aaaaarrrrrrggghhh's in Cornwall?


AbsolutGrndZer0 wrote:
*Casts Enlarge Monster on the kitten... making it a normal sized cat* Sic em, Fluffy!

Hey, baby, how you doing? [/Joey]


{begins brainstorming "Yo Vegepygmy So Fat" jokes}


Rats. If you were polydactyl, you could stop by my homies in Key West for a couple free rounds of daiquiris.


{throws candy necklace at CDP} Isn't this Shrove Humpday?

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