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gaming starts soon

kids still awake and playing outside, usually I bring the boy to bed before leaving, now the wife has to do both of them :-/


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Vanykrye wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
About to vlovk out. Good night, everyone.

My finger slipped.

Hello, everyone.

It's ok. Every now and again, I feel like vlovking out as well.

It might not be a word yet, but it needs to be.

and I like it, I like it

I la la la like it
vlovking all over the world


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Freehold DM wrote:
aeglos wrote:

is celestial Healer still around ?

did bitter thorn showed up ?

I have not seen bitter thorn in some time.

CH and I hung up with Patrick and Solnes not long ago.

yeah, I know - I have seen the pictures - on facebook :-D


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tonight a new player will test our friday group - let‘s see how he fits in

the cor group is pöaying each friday for more than 30 years now, I joined them 25 years ago


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hi Drejk,
how are you ?


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is celestial Healer still around ?
did bitter thorn showed up ?


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NobodysHome wrote:
aeglos wrote:

it has been a long time since my last post

I hope everyone is well and kicking and some of the old gang are still around who remember me

I’m old, and I remember you, but I’m not part of the old gang. Does that count?

Ooh, I’m even in Europe, though I have no Playmobil! :-(

Hi NobodysHome,

It does count. I remember you as well, maybe more from other threads


captain yesterday wrote:

It was the partially collapsing wall that touched me.

"Watch your feet!" Co-worker said right before the wall collapsed on my leg.

No worries, tis only a flesh wound.

urgh, heal well Captain


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hi everyFaWtL


Woran wrote:
aeglos wrote:
I am at the hotel of the playmobil park (which is famous german toy line) watching the boy play with a playmobil space station in the common room
We have playmobil in the netherlands!

Hi Wiran,

I don‘t think we met here before, good to know that some Europeans hold up the FaWtL Flag (beside Drejk)


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Hi Freehold,
yeah it was a great trip 5 years ago

I saw pics of your night out with Patrick and CH


abd it is waaay past his bed time


I am at the hotel of the playmobil park (which is famous german toy line) watching the boy play with a playmobil space station in the common room


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it has been a long time since my last post

I hope everyone is well and kicking and some of the old gang are still around who remember me


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Hi Every FaWtL


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Frohes neues Jahr from Germany !!!


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Happy New Year EveryFaWtL !!!

I hope you are all well and kickin'

The Treeford has been closed down :-(


hm, post monster ate my post, but now it is back


test


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hi everyone,

still alive and kickin
crazy busy with work and kids and house and wife and life

I hope all of you are well


off to bed now, good night everyone


John Napier 698 wrote:
Also, you can drink beer and wine at 16, and the hard stuff at 18. Seriously. My unit was involved in a REFORGER exercise, in 1989 (I think). And it was around Octoberfest, and I saw teenagers drinking beer. No lie.

yes, of course you can. here out in the countryside traditionally you get introtuced to beeer mixed with cola or lemonade by uncles or sport coaches one drink at time when you turn 14. at 16 you can buy beer and wine.

but you can't drive a car under 18.
and if you comit a crime you are treated as a minor until 21


DungeonmasterCal wrote:

Doing pretty well, though kind of out of it from a massive anxiety attack at my son's birthday dinner last night. But it's much better now. I love my son very much, but all I could think of was getting back to the house and my dogs. As soon as I did the anxiety began to dissipate. Today I've been hit by waves of ideas for the future of my current campaign and I just keep writing and writing them down.. lol..

How are you things with you?

lot of work at, well, work but good otherwise


hi john


hi Cal, how are you?


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hi FHDM


her 13 year old had never taken public transport alone

a french co worker some weeks ago got a call from her 8 year old son who, while walking alone through paris, somehow walked right into a huge political protest and didn't know how to procede


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second point:
kids have a lot of freedom.
iwe expect kids at age 7 or 8 to take public transport alone and at age 10 to go alone to be unsupervised in a public swimming pool - in canada apparantly not


a co worker moved here from canada, her strangest points about living in Germany:

- she never thought there would be a place where you need a color coded anual calender to bring out the garbage - yes you do, of course. we have 5 different (color coded ) waste bins with different schedules and intervals


like last monday: the kids sleep the wife is doing zumba :-)


hi everyone


Patrick Curtin wrote:
aeglos wrote:

hi Patrick,

great that you are in'!

I just took a quick break. I’m glad I caught you!

I’m glad the family is doing well. I see the occasional picture through Sabine’s Facebook.

all are good and the kids are growing fast


John Napier 698 wrote:
*waves back* Glad you're here today instead of yesterday. Yesterday, I was suffering from a mild case of food poisoning. I feel better today.

urgh, that sucks, good that it went away without anything dangerous ( I hope)


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Drejk wrote:
aeglos wrote:
my baby girl can say "baabaa" now - thats me, papa is german for daddy

Baba would be grandma (or old woman) in Polish.

Yes, Baba Yaga is a Grandmother/Old Woman Jaga (which is a shortened form of one of multiple names - usually Jagoda [Berry] or Jadwiga).

but she means me! me!!!!!! me alone ! I am here first word :-)


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my boy trained his sister to howl like a wolf on command


my wife send her best regards


hi Freehold,

how are you?


hi John *waves*


hi Patrick,

great that you are in'!


ah, wife returns savely


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hi everyFaWtL

long time no see, very busy with work and kids


hi Drejk


kids sleep, wife away on zumba - thats why I have time to post :-)


since the new webpage I have the page end with the facebook, twitter etc icons always somewhere in the middle of the screen, thats stupid :-(


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my baby girl can say "baabaa" now - thats me, papa is german for daddy


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next week I will be best man at a wedding - first time ever, I am returning that favor for my best friend he was my best man 5 years ago


hi everyone,

I hope you are all well and good

a lot of work and the kids keep me away from the internet most of the time


hi everyone,

still under a crazy amount of work, so every free minute goes into the family and nothing is left for forums.

I hope you are all well and kickin'


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hi everyone,

very busy at the moment. I hope everyone is well and doing fine


not a fan of the new design,

it looks and feels like hundred other websites now, the old design was simple and unique, you instantly knew you where at Paizo

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