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Drejk wrote:
*sigh* I probably have a mild fever again.

We hear blasting yourself with pressurized organic soy free water is good for that.


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The Vagrant Erudite wrote:

So, um...hi.

I'm alive.

You're alive!!!


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Naked thermometering is more about attitude then where you put it.


You just gotta be like the bunny, increase vegetable intake and f#&&, a lot.

Works for us!


Like most natural things in this world, weed has numerous benefits and drawbacks, whether those drawbacks are worth the benefits are completely up to each individual.

That said, if you haven't done research or have first hand knowledge it's best not to spread misinformation.


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Alcohol has destroyed way more lives then weed, just saying.


If you don't want to smoke it, we recommend making tea.

It's a different feeling so it'll probably lead to less psychosis.


Sissyl wrote:
4 Out of 10 Doctors wrote:
It's literally impossible to overdose on weed.
No. Just no. And if you get a bad trip, you could be in for a permanent psychotic disorder. Be careful.

Man, you people need better information.

We thought we were bad!

There is no such thing as "a bad trip" when smoking weed, only with synthetic weed, which we never, ever, ever recommend.

Point of fact: we've been using it for over twenty years to deal with our insomnia and we haven't had any of those things happen.

We have however, gone through a phenomenal amount of Cheetos. We don't even like them.


It's literally impossible to overdose on weed.


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You don't want to snort weed.

We recommend a pipe and soft lighting.


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Yuugasa wrote:
...Also I have a marijuana addiction.

That's impossible.


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Mariah Carey also discovered the cure to hearing.


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MageHunter wrote:
There are no dumb questions?

Do you know of any YouTube channels that we could learn how to preform open heart surgery.

We're asking for a friend.


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We'd rather not, we're already going to need deep psychotherapy just to repress the last page.


Oh dear, what kind of practice are we running here!


lisamarlene wrote:
Kjeldorn wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Woran wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

and the best way to approach fifty is firmly in denial about the aging process.

Oh yes. We had to progress to the stage where I refused to read things for him (because he claimed packaging was just too *shiny* to read it) before he got his eyes checked.

Dipper Pines (from the back seat of a car): Wait, is Grunkle Stan driving blindfolded?

Grunkle Stan: No, but with these cataracts I might as well be!

Misses curve and drives through billboard.

Yea, my sight on my right eye (my aiming eye ^^') has taken a turn for the worse the last few years…yet I've been hesitant to actually get my ass to a ophthalmologist to get some numbers put on it (and if its just my age or whatnot).

Maybe it some kind of male mental or psychological blockage…or maybe we're just a prideful stubborn bunch ^^'

Prideful and stubborn is right!

(WW walks through the door)
Me: So... single vision or bifocals.
WW: Progressives.
Me: Progressives are bifocals, honey, just like mine.
[WW stands there silently.]
Me: You're fifty in a few months. What on earth did you expect?!?
WW: I expected to be one of those guys to make it into old age with all my hair, all my teeth, and no glasses!

So, does he have a big damn hairball of every hair that's fallen out.

The teeth we understand.


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Scientific Scrutiny wrote:
I thought that was rope burn from the vines. Dude's inner thighs must've been RAW.

It's simple, really. When faced with repeated exposure to rough surfaces human skin has been known to create thick calluses.


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The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
Lol! Cylinders and domes exist in nature too. I'm pretty sure a tree doesn't think about it's cock n ball shape.

To be fair the average male genitalia doesn't have so many branches.

Except for ducks, but they're f#~%ing a**#$!&s.


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Tequila Sunrise wrote:

So I got high for the first time ever, unintentionally.

I mean, I ate that special gummy in the wee hours this morning thinking it would help me sleep. But it was later in the wee hours than I realized, I had never eaten a whole gummy before (the other half-gummies never seemed to do anything), and of course I was on an empty stomach.

About the time I normally leave for work, I realized I couldn't form coherent thoughts, and texted my manager to tell him I'd be late. It was a two-sentence text, and I forgot what I was writing or words right out of my head half a dozen times and reread it about ten times to make sure I didn't let on anything compromising.

Hoooooboy, it was a sleepy dopey high and a bit unpleasant.

Next time chase it with caffeine, that'll greatly diminish the sleepiness.

They work surprisingly well with each other.

So we've heard...


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Vanykrye wrote:
Get better John. Nausea sucks.

We're fairly certain nausea blows.


It leads to a more relaxing sleep.


Sweating is good for you.


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We like your avatar!


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Tacticslion wrote:
Breakfast ach Ever Re. And now sleep.

Someone hold him down, he's speaking in tongues, again.

Gets out Physician's Desk Reference, looks up exorcising scrambled eggs.


Whatever gets you through the day.


The Game Hamster wrote:
That moment when you return to the forums to discover everything is different.

Puberty effects us all differently.


You wouldn't believe all the uses they have! They're the Swiss army knife of male anatomy.

Other than fingers, but you gotta use your brain to properly utilize them, and we ALL know that's not gonna happen.


John Napier 698 wrote:
I'll put it down to a difference in perception, and leave it as that. Moving along ...

Have paladin threads taught you nothing!

Dig in man, he's almost finished!!!


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Inconclusive.

According to The Secret Lives Of Pets they only sing when people aren't around.

Or at least wait until people take hallucinogenic mushrooms.


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That's because you quit, you don't suffer withdrawal if you never quit.


We recommend rubbing it to keep it warm.


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Limeylongears wrote:
Taliesan wrote:

Good luck Limey. Keep your arms intact at least, otherwise how will you type to us.

Well, there's always my nose, but I'd rather not have to resort to that, obviously...

Cybernetic arm technology will grow by leaps and bounds with you as our prototype for the Nose Picker 2.0!


Dirty Old Victorian Longears wrote:
Tequila Sunrise wrote:
HOLY CR@P, I just pulled four legendaries in a row!!!

Isn't it fun when that happens?

Ah, legendaries, not legionaries. O well.

We were about to recommend hydrogen peroxide for pulling so many lesions, but then we blacked out.


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Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

I made a rare trip into SF with my family today.

We had a $25 gift certificate from one of my students for the good doughnut place in the Mission, and the Conservatory of Flowers does free admission on first Tuesdays. When we came out of the Conservatory, we found six old men playing jazz together under a bridge in Golden Gate Park.
Then we went for lunch at a little Russian bakery that my daughter likes.
And then we drove out to the avenues to the one amazing Polish deli on the West Coast, and I bought two and a half pounds of their homemade Hunters Sausage and some Polish cheesecake, which puts the American crap to shame.
This was a damned fine day.
Tomorrow I'm going to teach my daughter how to make pierogi.

Glad she's feeling better and up and about!

But she did miss the 4-hour Cards Against Humanity marathon with me, Hi, Shiro, the Impii, and the Fake Russian's wife.

My conclusion: Cards Against Humanity really isn't all that fun a game.

it takes a dark sense of humor to enjoy it. That or a lot of weed.

There are some things even weed can't help.


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We recommend making it walk the plank.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
4 Out of 10 Doctors wrote:

Have you considered closing your eyes again, and thinking of something relaxing.

Like Captain Yesterday's wife in this Thomas The Train T-shirt sized for a six year old.

That is an odd statement to see first thing.
Personally, I was wondering why thinking of an attractive woman in a much-too-small shirt would make him fall asleep.

Don't ruin this for us!!


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John Napier 698 wrote:
I understood what you meant, Freehold. I'll have her ask her PCP later. Going to go get a case of 8 oz Pepsi. She has no trouble drinking it warm. *Shudder, Blegh*

If you're asking her PCP what to do, diabetes is the least of her problems... Unless, PCP doesn't mean what we thought it meant.

She hasn't been up late, run with a bad crowd, or hold up any convience stores has she.


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Have you considered closing your eyes again, and thinking of something relaxing.

Like Captain Yesterday's wife in this Thomas The Train T-shirt sized for a six year old.


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TOZ wrote:
I wasn't even drinking! :)

Try drinking and see if that helps.


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It's Old Yeller all over again!


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NobodysHome wrote:

Oh, c'mon! This is FaWtL! 20 minutes without a post?!?!? No one linking Tupperware to suicides? C'mon, folks! I'm disappointed!

That's because everyone knows Tupperware is the root cause of the Fingerling shortage.


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Is that all, you'll have to do something far darker if you want our pie.

For instance, did you know an adult human can watch a full twenty minutes of Barney before eye bleeding and willful brain injury set in.

Or so we've heard.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Chromantic Durgon <3 wrote:
I understand that yes. I have no anecdotes about that however, mine is about preparing.

All anecdotes are good anecdotes.

For example, let me tell you about this interesting growth I once had...

We think you're confusing anecdote with antidote.

And we already told you our price for the antidote.


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We have no questions, we just wanted to thank you for all your hard work and creativity in ushering Starfinder out into the world.

Thank you.

Causing avatar confusion was for us.


Lower lip.

We have to admit, it is rather intriguing.


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Limeylongears wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Too help balance Limey's moustache envy, let me show you the most predictably reoccurring glitch when I play Dragon Age: Inquisition
Yes. If it's actually growing out of your nostrils, you may have a bit of a problem.

We think we should talk about the issues one must have to grow a soul patch on your lip.


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Dinosaurs even had cooler missing links.


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Freehold DM wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

Random question, either for those of you who were rather tall children or are the parents of rather tall children:

My four-year-old son is the same height as most of the five- and six-year olds in my class and keeps getting taller. Over the past few weeks, he's started falling down and hurting himself. A lot. In weird ways.
And he's never been clumsy; he until recently seemed to have been gifted with an absurdly high Dex.
WTF?

REALLY common. Growth spurt = clumsy.

I had all kinds of fun with my friends with that one. As I never had one, and they all did.

yup. I grew slowly and constantly over the years. Was always clumsy.

It was your black manliness getting in the way.

Ooooooh.... that came out WAY wrong! Ah well, posted now. Nothing I can do about it. It's not like they have "Edit" or "Delete" buttons...

Well, there's probably a difference between his black manliness and his black manhood. I think. Maybe.
I trip over both regularly.

We recommend taking bigger steps when you walk, and moving to Hollywood to be a (adult film) star.


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Lady Audrey Strongshield wrote:
Tasha the half-kender wrote:
4 Out of 10 Doctors wrote:
Tasha the half-kender wrote:

It wasn't hell!!! Punniculus is not an Evil god! I guess... I don't even known what his alignment is...

But he cannot be evil, I am his High Priestess (his only priestess) and I am Cute Good...
Better make that four joints and add on some Primus. There is a Kender about.
Hey, hey! I'm only half kender! I left the problematic parts out! Well... half of them...

You'd be a quarter kender if I got to you!

You brought pirates to my brother's party!

We're going to up that dosage to six.


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Tasha the half-kender wrote:

It wasn't hell!!! Punniculus is not an Evil god! I guess... I don't even known what his alignment is...

But he cannot be evil, I am his High Priestess (his only priestess) and I am Cute Good...

Better make that four joints and add on some Primus. There is a Kender about.

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