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Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Nekkid zombie grunts.


Ah man close the bath door would ya.


Patrick wrote:

aeglos wrote:

Patrick Curtin wrote:
Blah blah mornings half over. I want to go home and get my pumpkin patch primed for planting.
now I want pumpkin soup
Nah, I only grow the big non-eating kind. I'm planting >>Atlantic Giants this year. I doubt I'll get it to that size, but you gotta dream big, right?
The Mad Badger wrote:
Ah for the purpose of large Jack o Lanterns?

Either that or birthing chambers for pod people.

Silver Crusade

Those giant pumpkins always remind me (uncomfortably) of the Elephant Man's head. Is that strange?


you as opposed to thinking they are birthing chambers for pod people? No I don't think either is strange unique would be the word or creative.


Ack!! POD PEOPLE?!? AGAIN?!?

Osirion

OUR AGENTS ARE IN PLACE.

Qadira

Pfffttt 310 posts...not reading.

Shadow Lodge

pfft...


YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE FAWTL, SON!

Osirion

Did someone around here order Hungry Jack®'s famous Code-Red Pancakes?

Qadira

my god i love pancakes


Celestial Healer wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Thankfully I have stuff here at work to eat, so won't be starving or anything.
Things we expected to hear from Aberzombie for 200.
Does that mean you have Jeopardy in Sweden?

Used to, at least. It kinda went downhill once they replaced the first host, Magnus Härenstam (star of many early Lasse Hallström films, as well as responsible for teaching at least four generations of Swedes to count), who had hosted it for over a decade, with some other guy.


Jesszilla wrote:

Feh. Mondays.

::crushes the Mondayness::

Beats those darn Thursdays.

Shadow Lodge

Back from lunch... and a whole new batch of threads to hide.

*clicky clicky click click*


par·a·site
   /ˈpærəˌsaɪt/ Show Spelled[par-uh-sahyt] noun

1. an organism that lives on or in an organism of another species, known as the host, from the body of which it obtains nutriment.

2.a person who receives support, advantage, or the like, from another or others without giving any useful or proper return, as one who lives on the hospitality of others.
3. (in ancient Greece) a person who received free meals in return for amusing or impudent conversation, flattering remarks, etc.

Origin:
1530–40; < Latin parasītus < Greek parásītos one who eats at another's table, orig. adj.: feeding beside, equivalent to para- para-1 + sît ( os ) grain, food + -os adj. suffix

Synonyms
2. sycophant, toady, leech, sponge, hanger-on.

Was dwelling on this word this weekend while I worked and my kids avoided work, other than creating more work for me. This was understandable when they were younger. Now I wonder at what point they will become self-sustaining organisms, if ever.


The same time you did -eventually.

Emperor7 wrote:

par·a·site

   /ˈpærəˌsaɪt/ Show Spelled[par-uh-sahyt] noun

1. an organism that lives on or in an organism of another species, known as the host, from the body of which it obtains nutriment.

2.a person who receives support, advantage, or the like, from another or others without giving any useful or proper return, as one who lives on the hospitality of others.
3. (in ancient Greece) a person who received free meals in return for amusing or impudent conversation, flattering remarks, etc.

Origin:
1530–40; < Latin parasītus < Greek parásītos one who eats at another's table, orig. adj.: feeding beside, equivalent to para- para-1 + sît ( os ) grain, food + -os adj. suffix

Synonyms
2. sycophant, toady, leech, sponge, hanger-on.

Was dwelling on this word this weekend while I worked and my kids avoided work, other than creating more work for me. This was understandable when they were younger. Now I wonder at what point they will become self-sustaining organisms, if ever.


Hungry Jack wrote:
Did someone around here order Hungry Jack®'s famous Code-Red Pancakes?

hit me with the recipe.


Hey FDM did you finally break down and see the Avengers yet?


Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion Subscriber

Don't mention food to me right now. I feel very sick. I'm going to cruel up in a ball and go back to sleep.

I better catch WWE tonight or I'll go Brock Lesnar on people.


The Mad Badger wrote:
Hey FDM did you finally break down and see the Avengers yet?

alas no. My wife and mother were the both sick this weekend, so I was caring for them when I could(they both want to be left alone when sick). Maybe this week sometime.


... and the excuses will begin to pile. Illegal pat-downs. Panhandling for hentai porn. Phone camera self-portraits in the bathroom mirror with a booty pop and duck face. Or a typical Thursday night at the second job.

You cannot avoid Whedon much longer.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Mrgh?


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Tales Subscriber

Lynora: I can't wait to hear what you were inspired to.

Kajehase: Come to Texas, we'll hook ya up.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Tales Subscriber

331 posts. Did I miss anything?

Man, packing, especially boxing up books, is a bear.


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Gen Con 2012, maybe..?

Taldor

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Campaign Setting, Companion, Roleplaying Game Subscriber
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

331 posts. Did I miss anything?

Man, packing, especially boxing up books, is a bear.

Tell me about it! I really miss the built in bookshelves at my apartment...it's been 8 months and I still have boxes and boxes of books to unpack!


I am glad I never had to pack stuff up and move.


Ah we stuck with our lease another year for fear of the packing monster.

Hate packing.

Silver Crusade

Jess Door wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:

331 posts. Did I miss anything?

Man, packing, especially boxing up books, is a bear.

Tell me about it! I really miss the built in bookshelves at my apartment...it's been 8 months and I still have boxes and boxes of books to unpack!

I can't wait to unpack some books once we put this bookcase together! I know we have more than will fit, so it's only a start, but... it's a start.

Osirion

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Mmmmm....Red Beans & Rice.


Interesting - there is a preview of the new Pathfinder Comic the way it is drawn reminds me of Slaine a little.


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We went to the food carts for dinner tonight. As always it was delicious. The Cheese Dream guys let Bryce into the cart to help make his sandwich. There is a picture on their facebook page. They showed me the pic while we were there since they know I don't do facebook. :)

Taldor

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Patrick Curtin wrote:
Blah blah mornings half over. I want to go home and get my pumpkin patch primed for planting.

Will it be the most sincere pumpkin patch in the neighborhood?.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

In this town we call home
Everyone hail to the Pumpkin Song

Shadow Lodge

In this town, don't we love it now?
Everybody's waiting for the next surprise


I am the one hiding under your bed
Teeth ground sharp and eyes glowing red

Qadira

I am the one hiding under your stairs
Fingers like snakes and spiders in my hair

Cheliax

I am the Who when you're calling "Who's there?"
I am the wind blowing in your hair


I am the shadow on the moon at night
Filling your dreams to the brim with fright


Grue in the Attic wrote:

I am the one hiding under your bed

Teeth ground sharp and eyes glowing red

Why, good brother, would you ever tell them where you are hiding?

Just not good monstering, if you ask me.


BACON!!!


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Tales Subscriber

Check out my recent fun in PIE.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Those giant pumpkins always remind me (uncomfortably) of the Elephant Man's head. Is that strange?

OH, BEHAVE!!!

Oops, nevermind.


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woah. stuff you grow in your own garden is sooooooo gooood.

So THAT'S why they call it butter squash.


Freehold DM wrote:
The same time you did -eventually.
Emperor7 wrote:

griping

Was dwelling on this word this weekend while I worked and my kids avoided work, other than creating more work for me. This was understandable when they were younger. Now I wonder at what point they will become self-sustaining organisms, if ever.

rant:

Not even close. Growing up my wife and I both knew of our roles in our families and contributed. We also knew that to move out would require full-time jobs or more. My kids at home (17 yo and up) simply ignore us when we ask for help most of the time. With my wife away I told them to clean up after themselves, but still found messes in the morning as they slept past noon. I keep praying for the light bulb to turn on. My oldest finally joined the real world 3 yrs ago at age 24. We went wrong somewhere.

Hell, I was married, we had our 1st born, and we were renting a house at 22. And working 50 hours a week to pay for it.

As teenagers/young adults we whooped it up on the weekends. Now it seems to go on 7 dyas a week. Like it has to go on 7 days a week. It's weird. Something's broken when responsibility is absent from a generation. There is no guilt about endless consumption.

/end rant


My 4 yo daughter helped me clean up the house yesterday.
My 7 yo daughter wanted to; she's got a fever though, so I wouldn't let her.
My 9 yo son......he's a lost cause I think sometimes. I don't know what to do with him; I think he's scared of failure more than lazy though.
I was a bum when I was a kid; I work my ass off now though. Maybe there is hope?.....


I sure hope so. The kids helped out when they were younger but that dried up in their teenage years, and it's not like I keep the financial stresses of life a secret. They're in the bum stage now. Have been for a long time. It was like a lightbulb turned on for my son when he turned 24. I hope the others find their way soon. Especially my soon-to-be 24 yo that has just now gone to full time work.

The younger members of our group give me hope. Despite their struggles they understand responsibility and show a willingness to work for tomorrow's good time.


I guess I coddle him; he's a head shorter at school, so he gets tender ministrations from the beaters.

The middle girl is a "Heather," and the littleist girl doesn't take any crap from anybody. She's going to be a beater I reckon.

I was "a beaten" too, so know what that's like.

Then, you go from 5'6" in 10th grade to 6' in 12th and the beatings end for the most part. well, the "daily" ones anyway.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Mrgh..........

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