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I love fruitcake. Gets me nice and socially lubricated.

lynora wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
I've actually never had fruitcake. Not sure why it gets its reputation.
I like fruitcake a lot. But it is revolting if it sits around for five years before you try to eat it. Much better to make fresh every year. And not share any with the people who hate it. They will serve it to you stale later on in revenge. :)


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Don't hate, love and tolerate. Excellent work.

Scintillae wrote:
In other news, I successfully managed to derail a political discussion with a My Little Pony.


Freehold DM wrote:
Don't hate, love and tolerate. Excellent work.
Scintillae wrote:
In other news, I successfully managed to derail a political discussion with a My Little Pony.

More along the lines of:

*clocks out from work*
*rushes from break room* "OH MY GOD that political ad"
"I voted last week, coworker, I don't have to care anymore"
"But did you SEE-"
*reaches into purse, retrieves pony bought on lunch break, strokes mane*
"What."
"Happy place."
"You're weird..." *leaves*


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Scintillae wrote:
I was basically Hermione Granger with a tendency to mouth off. And fewer social skills.

Me too, minus the mouthing off part. My problem was an inability to sit still for long periods of time. And the quiet kid can get into a lot of trouble before anyone notices she's not at her desk. :)


My parents are both snarky as heck. I was doomed to smart mouth from the start.


Freehold DM wrote:
I love fruitcake. Gets me nice and socially lubricated.

Mmmm....lubricated....


Scintillae wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Don't hate, love and tolerate. Excellent work.
Scintillae wrote:
In other news, I successfully managed to derail a political discussion with a My Little Pony.

More along the lines of:

*clocks out from work*
*rushes from break room* "OH MY GOD that political ad"
"I voted last week, coworker, I don't have to care anymore"
"But did you SEE-"
*reaches into purse, retrieves pony bought on lunch break, strokes mane*
"What."
"Happy place."
"You're weird..." *leaves*

I'm Sebastian's surrogate, and I approve this message.


Freehold DM wrote:
I love fruitcake. Gets me nice and socially lubricated.
lynora wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
I've actually never had fruitcake. Not sure why it gets its reputation.
I like fruitcake a lot. But it is revolting if it sits around for five years before you try to eat it. Much better to make fresh every year. And not share any with the people who hate it. They will serve it to you stale later on in revenge. :)

NEKKID LUBRICATION!!! WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT!!


Garydee wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Morning, all. What did I miss?

Well, after accidently being exposed to experimental energies at a physics lab he was visiting, Max suddenly found himself repeating Monday over and over again. Meanwhile, Gary attempt at starting his own lingerie business got off to a good start when he secured the services of several top models who were impressed by his business acumen. And, across town, Scott faced a scheduling conflict between Thanksgiving ahnd his visit to....No, wait! That's my soap opera!
I hope I'm the Gary in that story and not the PMG. Heh heh.

It's me, obviously. Duh.


Scintillae wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Don't hate, love and tolerate. Excellent work.
Scintillae wrote:
In other news, I successfully managed to derail a political discussion with a My Little Pony.

More along the lines of:

*clocks out from work*
*rushes from break room* "OH MY GOD that political ad"
"I voted last week, coworker, I don't have to care anymore"
"But did you SEE-"
*reaches into purse, retrieves pony bought on lunch break, strokes mane*
"What."
"Happy place."
"You're weird..." *leaves*

The real question is, which pony did you whip out?


Freehold DM wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Don't hate, love and tolerate. Excellent work.
Scintillae wrote:
In other news, I successfully managed to derail a political discussion with a My Little Pony.

More along the lines of:

*clocks out from work*
*rushes from break room* "OH MY GOD that political ad"
"I voted last week, coworker, I don't have to care anymore"
"But did you SEE-"
*reaches into purse, retrieves pony bought on lunch break, strokes mane*
"What."
"Happy place."
"You're weird..." *leaves*

The real question is, which pony did you whip out?

Twilight Sparkle.

Shadow Lodge

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Really, there was no other possible answer.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Emperor7 wrote:
Your party has been hired by the village of Heinekin to address the problem of a drunken sentient gelatinous cube that has be ravaged the town breweries. It seems the more it consumes the larger it grows. You must time your attack for the moment when the drunken ooze gets weepy, and before it consumes the town's reserve of single malt.

Huzzah! Save the booze!!! I'm gonna play a Monk/Paladin half-Catfolk/half-Dhampir!


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Shines a laser pointer in front of the catfolk

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Now there's a question I'm just now considering: Do catfolk use a litterbox?

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Also, do Dhampir's sparkle in sunlight?


They do if you hit 'em with glitterdust.


Hm...could be shenanigans if I did that to our dhampir during Kingmaker. Probably a very good thing I don't have that spell.

Silver Crusade

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That needs to happen.

But not in my Ravenloft campaign.

Any attempts to make my Ravenloft vampires sparkle will be responded to with some horrific undead transformation ;)


>.>

Osirion

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Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber
Celestial Healer wrote:

That needs to happen.

But not in my Ravenloft campaign.

Any attempts to make my Ravenloft vampires sparkle will be responded to with some horrific undead transformation ;)

WOOT!!! I miss Ravenloft.

Osirion

Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

A message for <redacted>:

The ice is on fire in the observatory.


Eeeeeeeexcellent.


Freehold DM wrote:
The real question is, which pony did you whip out?

Excuse me while I whip this out........


Freehold DM wrote:
The real question is, which pony did you whip?

S&M Pony?


She's my number 6 out of the mane 6.

Scintillae wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Don't hate, love and tolerate. Excellent work.
Scintillae wrote:
In other news, I successfully managed to derail a political discussion with a My Little Pony.

More along the lines of:

*clocks out from work*
*rushes from break room* "OH MY GOD that political ad"
"I voted last week, coworker, I don't have to care anymore"
"But did you SEE-"
*reaches into purse, retrieves pony bought on lunch break, strokes mane*
"What."
"Happy place."
"You're weird..." *leaves*

The real question is, which pony did you whip out?
Twilight Sparkle.

Osirion

3 people marked this as a favorite.
Pathfinder Adventure Path Subscriber

Aberzombie's Really Grim Fairy Tales

The Lonely Giant

Once upon a time there was a lonely giant. All the other giants had died or been killed. All the giant ever wanted was someone to share his life with. To laugh with. To perhaps start a family with.

One day, the giant found a young human princess wandering in his garden. He thought she'd be afraid of him, but she was not. She was a brave and adventurous princess.

The two became fast friends.

Over time, that friendship developed into love.

Then they tried to be intimate.
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Once upon a time there was a lonely giant.......


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Freehold DM wrote:
She's my number 6 out of the mane 6.
Scintillae wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Don't hate, love and tolerate. Excellent work.
Scintillae wrote:
In other news, I successfully managed to derail a political discussion with a My Little Pony.

More along the lines of:

*clocks out from work*
*rushes from break room* "OH MY GOD that political ad"
"I voted last week, coworker, I don't have to care anymore"
"But did you SEE-"
*reaches into purse, retrieves pony bought on lunch break, strokes mane*
"What."
"Happy place."
"You're weird..." *leaves*

The real question is, which pony did you whip out?
Twilight Sparkle.

You typoed "best pony."


Get out and vote tomorrow or else i will "egg" you.


Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber

Is. It. Friday. Yet?
;P


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Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion Subscriber

No political corrurpt.., er Election Day is tomorrow. It will be a Tuesday.


Hadn't she heard of reverse cowgirl action? Princesses...?

Aberzombie wrote:

Aberzombie's Really Grim Fairy Tales

The Lonely Giant

Once upon a time there was a lonely giant. All the other giants had died or been killed. All the giant ever wanted was someone to share his life with. To laugh with. To perhaps start a family with.

One day, the giant found a young human princess wandering in his garden. He thought she'd be afraid of him, but she was not. She was a brave and adventurous princess.

The two became fast friends.

Over time, that friendship developed into love.

Then they tried to be intimate.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Once upon a time there was a lonely giant.......


Pathfinder Adventure Path Charter Subscriber; Pathfinder Companion Subscriber
Freehold DM wrote:
Hadn't she heard of reverse cowgirl action? Princesses...?
Aberzombie wrote:

Aberzombie's Really Grim Fairy Tales

The Lonely Giant

Once upon a time there was a lonely giant. All the other giants had died or been killed. All the giant ever wanted was someone to share his life with. To laugh with. To perhaps start a family with.

One day, the giant found a young human princess wandering in his garden. He thought she'd be afraid of him, but she was not. She was a brave and adventurous princess.

The two became fast friends.

Over time, that friendship developed into love.

Then they tried to be intimate.
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
Once upon a time there was a lonely giant.......

Now there's a picture that's stuck in my head...

Time for Skyrim.


Wolfthulhu wrote:

Gearing up for The Lone Star Rally.

Bikes! Beer! Babes! Bikes!!!! We are meeting for a ride down to Galveston led by Charlie Hunum (Jax on Sons of Anarchy) in a couple hours.

Should be a kick ass day, 50% chance of rain BE DAMNED!
:)

Sweet!

Pics?


Emperor7 wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Glad you weren't seriously injured in your accident Jess. Stinks about the car damage. Take care.
+1 to the 7th power

+2


DSXMachina wrote:

Like the Metal festival I went to on Saturday; Doomy & Black Metal galore. \m/ one of the best/consistant line-ups.

Witch Sorrow, Wodens Throne, Winterfelleth, Vried, Primordial then My Dying Bride (a high-light of an amazing day) and finally Electric Wizard - 90 minutes of concussive waves of noise that I felt to the pit of my stomach and the smell of weed washing across the audience.

Cool.

I got made up as a zombie and dragged to a Gwar concert in Denver for Halloween.

I think I have a pic somewhere.


Aberzombie wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
I never drank coffee until I was 40. Now, I can't keep count of how much I coffee I drink. I think it's a better caffeine delivery method than pop (soda) however.
I started just back at the end of March, not long before I turned 40. I drink a cup or two at work each day and (typically) a cup each morning on the weekend. This has enabled me to vastly reduce the amount of soda I drink, while still giving me my caffeine boost.

I couldn't stand the smell of coffee as a teen, but I got over it quickly in the Army.


Aberzombie wrote:
Hmmm....if we get enough FAWTLYies living in Houston, would it generate enough gravitational force to initiate Paizo Con South?

I can make that drive in one day.


Bitter Thorn wrote:
DSXMachina wrote:

Like the Metal festival I went to on Saturday; Doomy & Black Metal galore. \m/ one of the best/consistant line-ups.

Witch Sorrow, Wodens Throne, Winterfelleth, Vried, Primordial then My Dying Bride (a high-light of an amazing day) and finally Electric Wizard - 90 minutes of concussive waves of noise that I felt to the pit of my stomach and the smell of weed washing across the audience.

Cool.

I got made up as a zombie and dragged to a Gwar concert in Denver for Halloween.

I think I have a pic somewhere.

That's cool. Lots of theatrics and red/green spew-tum across the audience?


DSXMachina wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
DSXMachina wrote:

Like the Metal festival I went to on Saturday; Doomy & Black Metal galore. \m/ one of the best/consistant line-ups.

Witch Sorrow, Wodens Throne, Winterfelleth, Vried, Primordial then My Dying Bride (a high-light of an amazing day) and finally Electric Wizard - 90 minutes of concussive waves of noise that I felt to the pit of my stomach and the smell of weed washing across the audience.

Cool.

I got made up as a zombie and dragged to a Gwar concert in Denver for Halloween.

I think I have a pic somewhere.

That's cool. Lots of theatrics and red/green spew-tum across the audience?

Yup. That's pretty much every Gwar concert.

Gwar isn't really my thing, but my friends were worried about me so they drug me out. It was pretty cool.


Scintillae wrote:
As for not being a good teacher, I'm too new to really have a handle on classroom management. This might be because I'm just a sub now - having the same kids all the time would make it infinitely easier as I'd be able to establish rules and routines rather than enforce ones I might find arbitrary. I'm worried I may be something of a doormat if push comes to shove. And as a kid who actually did like learning (though it may not have looked that way), I hated teachers who let the class clowns rule the day.

That's why I always preferred the longer jobs as a sub. Much easier to manage the classroom when you know you have a few days of teaching after the initial prodding to see what you'll allow and what not. The one-day assignments sometimes left me feeling like the kind of hard-ass, super-strict teacher I'd hate to be because the class would have one or two kids who had to try every trick in the book. Funnily enough, those kids tend to be the ones who still greets me ten years later if we meet on the street.


And a (hopefully) non-political election question: why are American elections held during the working week when it'd be a lot easier for a lot of people to get to a voting booth during the weekend?


And in other news: TEA!


Bitter Thorn wrote:
DSXMachina wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
DSXMachina wrote:

Like the Metal festival I went to on Saturday; Doomy & Black Metal galore. \m/ one of the best/consistant line-ups.

Witch Sorrow, Wodens Throne, Winterfelleth, Vried, Primordial then My Dying Bride (a high-light of an amazing day) and finally Electric Wizard - 90 minutes of concussive waves of noise that I felt to the pit of my stomach and the smell of weed washing across the audience.

Cool.

I got made up as a zombie and dragged to a Gwar concert in Denver for Halloween.

I think I have a pic somewhere.

That's cool. Lots of theatrics and red/green spew-tum across the audience?

Yup. That's pretty much every Gwar concert.

Gwar isn't really my thing, but my friends were worried about me so they drug me out. It was pretty cool.

Yeah, they are not quite my cuppa tea either. In fact I think I avoided them playing once or twice, but they seem fun.


Kajehase wrote:
And a (hopefully) non-political election question: why are American elections held during the working week when it'd be a lot easier for a lot of people to get to a voting booth during the weekend?

British Elections are always held on a thursday, same day as pension day.


DSXMachina wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
DSXMachina wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
DSXMachina wrote:

Like the Metal festival I went to on Saturday; Doomy & Black Metal galore. \m/ one of the best/consistant line-ups.

Witch Sorrow, Wodens Throne, Winterfelleth, Vried, Primordial then My Dying Bride (a high-light of an amazing day) and finally Electric Wizard - 90 minutes of concussive waves of noise that I felt to the pit of my stomach and the smell of weed washing across the audience.

Cool.

I got made up as a zombie and dragged to a Gwar concert in Denver for Halloween.

I think I have a pic somewhere.

That's cool. Lots of theatrics and red/green spew-tum across the audience?

Yup. That's pretty much every Gwar concert.

Gwar isn't really my thing, but my friends were worried about me so they drug me out. It was pretty cool.

Yeah, they are not quite my cuppa tea either. In fact I think I avoided them playing once or twice, but they seem fun.

It was healthy for me to get out and spend time with friends. Although Gwar and healthy are hard concepts to reconcile. ;)


Kajehase wrote:
And a (hopefully) non-political election question: why are American elections held during the working week when it'd be a lot easier for a lot of people to get to a voting booth during the weekend?

Back in the day (mid-1800s, IIRC), the US was a lot more church-focused and farm-based. Tuesday meant you had time to get to the city to vote without making unholy the Sabbath. I think.


Scintillae wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
And a (hopefully) non-political election question: why are American elections held during the working week when it'd be a lot easier for a lot of people to get to a voting booth during the weekend?
Back in the day (mid-1800s, IIRC), the US was a lot more church-focused and farm-based. Tuesday meant you had time to get to the city to vote without making unholy the Sabbath. I think.

It is done on purpose to make it harder to vote.

Shadow Lodge

doctor_wu wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
And a (hopefully) non-political election question: why are American elections held during the working week when it'd be a lot easier for a lot of people to get to a voting booth during the weekend?
Back in the day (mid-1800s, IIRC), the US was a lot more church-focused and farm-based. Tuesday meant you had time to get to the city to vote without making unholy the Sabbath. I think.
It is done on purpose to make it harder to vote.

In addition to having a lousy two-party system with lousy candidates.

Osirion

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Whoa there! I thought for sure this was the FAWTLY thread? Where'd all this political stuff come from?

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