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How many cruises could a Tom Cruise crew if a Tom Cruise could crew cruises?


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Limeylongears wrote:
Why is my browser asking me whether I want to continue displaying this thread in Vietnamese?

It's reminding you that the time has come to finally confront your phở.


488. Wooly bully people


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Praise BeeGeesus!


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lisamarlene wrote:

For two hours at the park this morning, my son called his friend Vincent "Venison" by mistake.

The best part is that Vincent is a vegetarian.

Is it possible your son had noticed that Venison was acting a bit... jerky?


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Limeylongears wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

For two hours at the park this morning, my son called his friend Vincent "Venison" by mistake.

The best part is that Vincent is a vegetarian.
A deer little chap, I'm sure.

It behooves me to Comet that Vincent's mom is quite fawn'd of him.

(A Blitzen of these puns would surely sleigh JMD031.)


Blackguard of Puns wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
I'm in for an interesting week. "The Miller's Tale" usually leads to that.
I was kidding. I was just kidding. Now I am scared that you do appear when a pun is made.
looms

You must have taken the express shuttle to get to the thread so quickly. Don't let Freehold needle you, darn it.


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The RADmster!! wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
A true hipster would browse the internet on dial up using Netscape Navigator.
I used Wi-fi before it was cool.

Confused California hipsters try to use Di-Fi to get on the Internet. She hates it when you make the modem handshaking noise at her.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:

I'll be waking up at 5.30 am tomorrow. Body combat class calls!

And I don't eat avocados. Too creamy for my taste.

mm..

Body combat...

So... "MORT-al Combat!"


That feline pun was a-paw-ling.


Only near the border, or other places too?


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Captain Yesterday, Brut Squad wrote:

My coworker has clearly forgotten how quickly I set base block for walls.

O tried to build a wall, but he didn't leave me enough blocks.

Yes, that's right, I'm essentially playing with oversized Legos, that weigh 80 pounds each.

"And how can this be? For he is the Minecraft Haderach!" {cue Toto guitar riffs}


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Steelfiredragon wrote:
Patrick Newcarry wrote:
I think the above mentioned suits of armor are fine and clean. The issue comes into play when women's armor becomes less of protection and more to flaunt herself on the battlefield.

in other words, aribeth's armor from neverwinter.

that one woman in the FR( whos name I can never remember because I don't like the character anyway) who hangs out with dragonbait, her armor which was created so that her creators could kill her if she rebelled against them//
power girl's outfit...

if so, need a new term..... boob armor comes across to me as something else...

Cleavage window?


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mach1.9pants wrote:
O Positive all the way! Keep your Rhesus negative-ness

Rhesus Peanut Butter Cups sounds like an alchemical bait/trap for catching vampiric Old World monkeys.


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To best avoid penalties, which is the preferred tacks method: drawing pins or push-pins?


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Feros wrote:
99) Will rogues be required to wear rouge?

Roose the Risque Rogue rued risky ruses robbing Rhenish rosés from rude rube Reese's rouge roof.


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If a bipedal drow can't take 3 of the +2 feets, how will he or she ever become a drider? :)


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21) We had to wait for Occult Adventures to see psychic options for PCs. How long will we have to wait in PF2e for the halfling, gnome, and goblin murderhobos to once again be able to become Small mediums at large?


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On Paizo, Hmm does have a deeper meaning.


NEO-DADAIST GORILLA FIGHTERS FORM INDEPENDENT MALAY MICRONATION, KOALA LUMPUR; FACE NUMEROUS GENEVA VIOLATIONS FOR WEAPONIZED PUNNERY
Eucalyptus-stoned Australian koalas remain smooth-brained and oblivious, continue to sit in rain, still no f*cks given

NEAPOLITAN FEDERATION SHATTERED BY "YEA" STRAWBERRY SECESSION VOTE; inside World, pg. 2


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shaventalz wrote:
TOZ wrote:
shaventalz wrote:
Dragonborn3 wrote:
jedi8187 wrote:
The assumption of transforming into your aspect forms, and adding other aspects to it using the hunter foci has me grinning at the idea of making a literal bull frog.
Owlbears!
Bearowls!
Bearbears!
Perhaps a nice bear-bear-bear-owl-bear?

Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo


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No, I'm sorry OP, you have to create this PC by yourself. You have to create this haan solo. ;)


Wut?


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Buffalo Ruffalo's Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo's "'Allo 'Allo!" Ruffalo buffalo.


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♫♪ "The rain of tiers slays mainly in the game?" ♫♪

♫♪ "The players' pain springs mainly from GMs' brains?" ♫♪


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Sara Marie wrote:
katina: I can teach you how to rage eat pancakes.

Why is it so easy to picture Katina singing this to the tune of Jake's "Making Bacon Pancakes"?


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Kobold Cleaner, Fake Mod wrote:
Removed a post. That kind of terrible pun is really not appropriate for these forums.

Nonsense. Tell enough terrible puns and you might even undergo deific apuntheosis.


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It's like fishing... except it's hook, line, and stinker.


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Christopher Anthony wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:
katina: your cow will be SLIIIIIIGHTLY less tipsy than our cows
Designated Cattle-Driver?
Purveyor of bovine intoxicants.

Korova Milk Bar?


{dusts off cryosleep tube holding Small medium at large... just in case}


Gruumash is so awesome that it only takes 30 seconds of exposure to his aura to stimulate your body to produce all the Vitamin D you need. Just be certain to only glance at him indirectly through sunglasses or through a pinhole in a cardboard box.


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You should pun more. That'd up your Deplorable score.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Maybe it's because I wave like a loon when she walks past. :-)

Your duty as an adult is to regularly embarrass your children publicly in new and unexpected ways. It builds character.


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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
mayhaps, but it is getting incredibly difficult to tell if people who post that meme are Hillary supporters or Trump supporters. Then again, I am almost bad as someone living with autism at deciphering written sarcasm.
Written sarcasm isn't that bad. Spoken sarcasm is where we run into trouble.

The gap between actual reality/facts and ironic contemptuous snark... we should call it...

(•_•)

( •_•)>⌐■-■

(⌐■_■)

...sarchasm.

YEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHH!!!


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"Our only hope is Sara Conner Marie and a rubit..." {sigh}


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"...Brownies is out there"?! Good grief.


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Listen, and understand! Those Brownies is out there! They can't be bargained with. They can't be reasoned with. They don't feel pity, or remorse, or fear. And they absolutely will not stop... ever, until you are fed! Our only hope is Sara Conner Marie, a rubit sent back through time to stop them and prevent a literal brownie-pockylypse, aka Fudgement Day.


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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Well, we're eternally endeaded to you for doing so.

{in awe} Kobo'Ceav no longer needs the punning module.

This response probably would make more sense coming from a Dune-themed alias. Sadly, it wouldn't be any funnier.


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{consults tourist phrasebook} My Lovercraft... is full of eels.


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Big Pun, a pun pun bun bun... fun fun?


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Make pain your b!tch!*

* Probably carries more weight if you imagine Laori Vaus saying it.


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Norman Osborne wrote:
Aaron Bitman wrote:
Still, how can anyone not wince at that clumsy, awkward dialogue?

Gee, I wonder what reason Chris Pine might have for inserting awkward pauses into his acting.

On a completely unrelated note....what role is he playing in that new Star Trek movie?

Who would have guessed an actor named Pine would have a wooden delivery? I wonder if he gets needled for it?


Small organization of loquacious improvisational gnome vigilantes...

...PUN-ISHERS


UnArcaneElection wrote:

Will the robo-corruption fit in well in Iron Gods?

Just a PC whose circumstances went beyond his control?


Grey Lensman wrote:
Thomas Seitz wrote:

Smilo,

That's Henry. Joe, as far as we know, has not been nor ever has been to jail.

As a detective he's there on a regular basis! However, that's 'to jail' and not 'in jail'. :P

I feel like someone should make a "SchJöedinger West" pun here, but I lack sufficient Perform ranks to pull it off.


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Aranna wrote:

Oh dear...

Looks like the joke is on me.
Now where did you guys hide my clothes?

They were donated to the Empress's New Clothes consignment shop that just opened down the block. It's their grand opening, so everything's half off or more.


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Scythia wrote:
I think I prefer the envelope of glitter or bag of gummy phalluses delivery services. :P

Yeah, but don't eat the sugarless gummis.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
I still maintain that the best name for a Bard is Jack Al'Tradies.

Of House Al'Tradies, sound striker archetype? :)


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Rysky wrote:
Eekster Buhnay wrote:
Safety tip: Make sure your woodf*cks are all well-sanded with 220 grit sandpaper and then varnished with several coats. Splinters are something you want to really avoid. Unless you're into that kinda pain.
Yeah, no splinters. *burr*

RYSKY USED "PUN"

IT'S SUPER EFFECTIVE!


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captain yesterday wrote:
i'm left handed.

How sinister!

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