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David Wickham wrote:
Lathiira wrote:

Kobold Cleaver (noun)

1) Any short, hyperactive annoying creature. Considered a precursor to poodles. Often prone to delusions of grandeur. Common would-be predator of small blue creatures three apples in height.

Abbreviated 'KC'.

You spelt prey wrong, but i fixed it for you

How's that?


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I believe it hasn't been posted yet (correct me if I'm wrong)

Paizonian: Person who spends 1/3 of his day at some Paizo-related stuff and knows (and talks to) more people there than at his work. Usually go home to talk about it with his significant other or hide it desperately from him/her.

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Hugo Solis wrote:

I believe it hasn't been posted yet (correct me if I'm wrong)

Paizonian: Person who spends 1/3 of his day at some Paizo-related stuff and knows (and talks to) more people there than at his work. Usually go home to talk about it with his significant other or hide it desperately from him/her.

Only a third? What a wimp. You don't deserve to be called an addict. ;p

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Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Lathiira wrote:

Kobold Cleaver (noun)

1) Any short, hyperactive annoying creature. Considered a precursor to poodles. Often prone to delusions of grandeur. Common prey of small blue creatures three apples in height.

Abbreviated 'KC'.

Huzzah! preach it!

I noticed a typo, so I fixed it for you, Smurf chow.


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David Fryer wrote:
Only a third? What a wimp. You don't deserve to be called an addict. ;p

Allow me to explain:

2 Hours "working"
8 hours at Paizo
6 hours at the gaming table (I eat while I play)
1 Hour in transportation (reading paizo at the red lights)
2 Hours with the family (talking about paizo)
1 Hour in limbo (thinking of Paizo)
4 hours sleepin (dreaming of Paizo of course)

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Hugo Solis wrote:
David Fryer wrote:
Only a third? What a wimp. You don't deserve to be called an addict. ;p

Allow me to explain:

2 Hours "working"
8 hours at Paizo
6 hours at the gaming table (I eat while I play)
1 Hour in transportation (reading paizo at the red lights)
2 Hours with the family (talking about paizo)
1 Hour in limbo (thinking of Paizo)
4 hours sleepin (dreaming of Paizo of course)

you need more sleep, my friend.


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kessukoofah wrote:
you need more sleep, my friend.

I sleep at work, so that make it 6 hours

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Hugo Solis wrote:
kessukoofah wrote:
you need more sleep, my friend.
I sleep at work, so that make it 6 hours

Ha! better.

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Hugo Solis wrote:


1 Hour in transportation (reading paizo at the red lights)

Nice to know I'm not the only one doing this. FYI: I am usually checking the boards while I'm at the gaming table too. I am that big of an addict.

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David Fryer wrote:
Hugo Solis wrote:


1 Hour in transportation (reading paizo at the red lights)
Nice to know I'm not the only one doing this. FYI: I am usually checking the boards while I'm at the gaming table too. I am that big of an addict.

I only do that when I've got a fresh new product in my hand. It would be too risky to do this all the time. ;-)

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Tarren Dei wrote:
David Fryer wrote:
Hugo Solis wrote:


1 Hour in transportation (reading paizo at the red lights)
Nice to know I'm not the only one doing this. FYI: I am usually checking the boards while I'm at the gaming table too. I am that big of an addict.
I only do that when I've got a fresh new product in my hand. It would be too risky to do this all the time. ;-)

My problem is that I live in a rural area and so there are very few stoplights on my commute.


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David Fryer wrote:
My problem is that I live in a rural area and so there are very few stoplights on my commute.

Whatch out for crossing cow! They are only worth like 50xp so its no worth it crashing your car for the road kill.

Our workshop driver once ran into a cow and he got covered in dung! Luckly the cow was only bruised (and scared Sh**less literally) and the driver just got full of s**t. Hilarious!

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heh

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Wertzing(v.) Fixing a previously encountered technical glitch. eg. My file didn't download Ok it'll be wertzed in short order.

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Hugo Solis wrote:
David Fryer wrote:
My problem is that I live in a rural area and so there are very few stoplights on my commute.

Whatch out for crossing cow! They are only worth like 50xp so its no worth it crashing your car for the road kill.

Our workshop driver once ran into a cow and he got covered in dung! Luckly the cow was only bruised (and scared Sh**less literally) and the driver just got full of s**t. Hilarious!

That happened to a buddy of mine down in Alabama. He was driving about 90 mph between Montgomery and Selma when a cow ran out into the road. He hit the car at full speed, it was a black cow and it was the middle of the night. It flipped over the car, landed just be hind the passenger side seat and caved in the roof, rolled of the car, and ran back into the trees. He got out and chased the cow for about a half hour with a bat, trying to kill it. After all if it was going to wreck his car and s%#! on it, the least it could do was die.

Edit: We just have sheep and deer to worry about around here.

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Aberzombie wrote:
Tetered: Humorous changes made to a person's messageboard settings by the "Lord of All Code", often for the purpose of abject humiliation.

'Tetered' sounds like something that should be done to Courtfool, before the critter breeds!

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Set wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Tetered: Humorous changes made to a person's messageboard settings by the "Lord of All Code", often for the purpose of abject humiliation.

'Tetered' sounds like something that should be done to Courtfool, before the critter breeds!

And we should do it as soon as possible, the little rat-thing deserves it.


Veector Thread [noun]
1. A thread which proposes two positions on a single topic which are generally diametrically opposed wherein the poster desires feedback and commentary, typically titled [position 1] vs. [position 2] FIGHT!

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Zombie Thread [Noun]: A thread which returns from the depths of the board, long after the poodle thought he had killed it.

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Daisy Pusher [Noun]: Someone who ressurects a thread, under another name, after Gary and Vic have locked it.

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David Fryer wrote:
Daisy Pusher [Noun]: Someone who ressurects a thread, under another name, after Gary and Vic have locked it.

Indeed. More and more common these days.

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Jal Dorak wrote:
David Fryer wrote:
Daisy Pusher [Noun]: Someone who ressurects a thread, under another name, after Gary and Vic have locked it.
Indeed. More and more common these days.

Hence my feeling that there should be a term for it.


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David Fryer wrote:
Edit: We just have sheep and deer to worry about around here.

Tha's good, no car flippin' with those smaller animals!

Here at paizo the poodles and the sebastian cultist seems to be the only pests. Too bad they can't be run over.


Oy!! Froggy cult be annoying too! Oy! Ye tink we don' count! Oy! We froggy, we lick ye! But hey, is oook, say nuffin! Froggy cult donnot exist!!

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Soon you will all be absorbed into the Cult of Jack. Until that glorious day.


Cultist of Jack wrote:
Soon you will all be absorbed into the Cult of Jack. Until that glorious day.

De froggy no awy gunna gloop ina ye' cult, metal guy. We gunna start a religios war firs'!

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Frogs or Poodles?? HHmm well at least frog tastes good.

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Especially with Polygamy Porter.


Cultist of Jack wrote:
Especially with Polygamy Porter.

Hey, more beer in here too?! I demand beer at our thread!!!!

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The beer is there. I'm still working on the keg though.

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Feeding Frenzy (n): the incredible number of posts attached to a PbP within hours of its inception.


IBT
Shorthand for "In before Teter". Used in a controversial thread that has a high likelihood of being locked. The line is used to identify you were in the thread before it was locked proving you have no life, enjoying trolling and are padding your post count.

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Tetermorph

When a post mysteriously transforms into a nonsensical comment by the Post Monster. Previously known as "suppression", but was changed because of the hostile connotations.


Hugo Solis wrote:
You start shopping for furniture for a cult thread

Wrong thread, amphibian.


Wrong thread? which thread? what are u talking about?...


CourtFool wrote:
Hugo Solis wrote:
You start shopping for furniture for a cult thread
Wrong thread, amphibian.

It's a trap!


Admiral Ackbar wrote:
It's a trap!

Gutless blowhard.


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Now you made me feel bad... ;_;


It was not directed at you. You are not the one calling for a retreat the first instant things did not go exactly to plan.

Admiral. Psha.


poodledoodling

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Beaver Cleaver wrote:
poodledoodling

That just sounds.....wrong.

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Isn't that how we got Chi Poos and Labradoodles?

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Callous Jack wrote:

I would like "pirated" to substitute for "ninjad" when someone beats you to a post.

That is all.

I would think "pirated" to be the term for taking someone's post afterward and turning it to your own purposes. But that's already known as thread-Jacking. I'm sensing some irony here, no offense intended. :)

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"Carrousel" - Resurrecting a thread from the archives. :)

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Oh I have a new one. Thanks to Callous Jack for prompting this one.

Mathfinder: Person who would rather haggle over the math behind the game then actually play it.


Guffaw.


David Fryer wrote:
Mathfinder: Person who would rather haggle over the math behind the game then actually play it.

Hmmmm. Would this include people who just assume maths is hard?

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CourtFool wrote:
David Fryer wrote:
Mathfinder: Person who would rather haggle over the math behind the game then actually play it.
Hmmmm. Would this include people who just assume maths is hard?

Not unless it's Barbie.


Two of my own invention, selfishly:

MapFinder: People who play with the pathfinder rules over maptool. I only want this term popularized so that it will become easier for people to find and join this community.

Lifeboat Thread: An on-topic thread started and linked back once the original thread has degenerated into a squabble. I didn't realize I had coined a term until Mr. Jacobs called attention to it.

I think lifeboats are different from "Daisypushing" (above) because a Lifeboat tries to continue the conversation in absence of the behavior that gets the original shut down.

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Goobersnoodle.

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