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Moorluck wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
...They better be giving you some damn good cake.
...with booze in it.
Screw the booze there better be a girl in it!!

A girl with booze perhaps?

Liberty's Edge

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lynora wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
...They better be giving you some damn good cake.
...with booze in it.
Screw the booze there better be a girl in it!!
A girl with booze perhaps?

no, spam!


Celestial Healer wrote:
...They better be giving you some damn good cake.
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
...with booze in it.
Moorluck wrote:
Screw the booze there better be a girl in it!!

A cake with a girl in it, with booze in the girl.

Edit: Lynora-Ninja'ed!

Silver Crusade

Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
...They better be giving you some damn good cake.
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
...with booze in it.
Moorluck wrote:
Screw the booze there better be a girl in it!!

A cake with a girl in it, with booze in the girl.

Edit: Lynora-Ninja'ed!

Just make sure you take the girl out before you cut the cake.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Just make sure you take the girl out before you cut the cake.

But don't put her in until after the cake is completely baked. Damn it! Now I'm hungry for cake.

Silver Crusade

Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Just make sure you take the girl out before you cut the cake.
But don't put her in until after the cake is completely baked. Damn it! Now I'm hungry for cake.

That's just too many rules to keep track of. For simplicity, just mix her into the batter, bake the cake, and then cut right into it.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Just make sure you take the girl out before you cut the cake.
But don't put her in until after the cake is completely baked. Damn it! Now I'm hungry for cake.
That's just too many rules to keep track of. For simplicity, just mix her into the batter, bake the cake, and then cut right into it.

You know, I've noticed that for a celestial, you're awfully bloodhthirsty. Exactly what sort of angel are you supposed to be again? ;)


Celestial Healer wrote:
That's just too many rules to keep track of. For simplicity, just mix her into the batter, bake the cake, and then cut right into it.

What, you only put hippeh girls in cakes?

lynora wrote:
You know, I've noticed that for a celestial, you're awfully bloodhthirsty. Exactly what sort of angel are you supposed to be again? ;)

I'm starting to think he's channeling Chris Walken from The Prophecy.

Silver Crusade

lynora wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Just make sure you take the girl out before you cut the cake.
But don't put her in until after the cake is completely baked. Damn it! Now I'm hungry for cake.
That's just too many rules to keep track of. For simplicity, just mix her into the batter, bake the cake, and then cut right into it.
You know, I've noticed that for a celestial, you're awfully bloodhthirsty. Exactly what sort of angel are you supposed to be again? ;)

My type is Outsider [Lawful] [Snarky].


Celestial Healer wrote:
My type is Outsider [Lawful] [Snarky].

OH! That explains everything. On the alignment axis 'Hippeh' is directly opposed by 'Snarky.'

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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Just make sure you take the girl out before you cut the cake.
But don't put her in until after the cake is completely baked. Damn it! Now I'm hungry for cake.

Yeah, well now I'm hungry for boozed up girl.... that didn't come out right. Oh well. ;)

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Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
wat about spam!

Treet is better than spam... less of that weird jelly stuff stuck to the sides.

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lynora wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
...They better be giving you some damn good cake.
...with booze in it.
Screw the booze there better be a girl in it!!
A girl with booze perhaps?

lynora for the win! :D

Drunk cake covered girls for everyone!!

Scarab Sages

Is this the part where I come in and say "Mmmmm.....brainnnnnssss"?


Or maybe you'd rather see....

"SPLAAAAAARRRRPH!"

Silver Crusade

Vomit Guy wrote:

Or maybe you'd rather see....

"SPLAAAAAARRRRPH!"

That was exactly what I wanted to see.

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My youngest son has strep throat... hooray.


Moorluck wrote:
My youngest son has strep throat... hooray.

Yuck. That's no fun. Hope he gets better soon. And that the rest of you don't catch it.


lynora wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
My youngest son has strep throat... hooray.
Yuck. That's no fun. Hope he gets better soon. And that the rest of you don't catch it.

It took four hours in an ER and two disagreable doctors to tell me what I had already known and told them!!! Why won't doctors ever listen to the parents?! I do so love when they come in appologizing for being wrong though! :)

He should be fine, except that since he is so young and has it, it is likely that he will get it often and may need to eventually have his tonsils removed. Just like his mommy that one.


Solnes wrote:
lynora wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
My youngest son has strep throat... hooray.
Yuck. That's no fun. Hope he gets better soon. And that the rest of you don't catch it.

It took four hours in an ER and two disagreable doctors to tell me what I had already known and told them!!! Why won't doctors ever listen to the parents?! I do so love when they come in appologizing for being wrong though! :)

He should be fine, except that since he is so young and has it, it is likely that he will get it often and may need to eventually have his tonsils removed. Just like his mommy that one.

I was like that as a kid too, although they never did take out my tonsils. Every time I would get sick even if I didn't have a sore throat the first thing my pediatrician would do was swab for a strep test. And about ninety percent of the time that's what it was.

And I'm sorry you got the sucky doctors. I'm lucky that we haven't had to deal with ER doctors yet with my kid. They always seem to be in a bad mood and never want to listen.

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We now begin blitzing.

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So they have Tylenol suppositories.... I guess you can get rid of the ache in your head with a pain in your a**. :D

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I am willing to trade nude pics of Solnes for a copy of the PFRPG, any takers? ;P

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I would like to see it that whenever anyone wrote spam, that their avi pic was changed to a can of spam.

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Just keep posting, just keep posting...

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a song from the imaginary movie "Finding Paizo"

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Have I convinced everyone that I am just a little messed up in the head yet?

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It's 5:22pm and do you know where your sanity is?

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just one more post to go....

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.... till we get to the top of a new page.

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:D


Moorluck wrote:
It's 5:22pm and do you know where your sanity is?

Nope. Mine's been missing for years.

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lynora wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
It's 5:22pm and do you know where your sanity is?
Nope. Mine's been missing for years.

I lost mine around the time I had kids... and you?


Moorluck wrote:
lynora wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
It's 5:22pm and do you know where your sanity is?
Nope. Mine's been missing for years.
I lost mine around the time I had kids... and you?

I'm not sure where I misplaced mine. Somewhere around high school I think. You could either be sane or survive the experience and obviously I'm still here. :)

Dark Archive

You are likely to be eaten by a grue


David Fryer wrote:
You are likely to be eaten by a grue

Nice. Yep, sanity is in short supply around here. :P

Dark Archive

lynora wrote:
David Fryer wrote:
You are likely to be eaten by a grue
Nice. Yep, sanity is in short supply around here. :P

The wife and kids went shopping, my ride to G.I. Joe isn't here yet, and my Pathfinder Core Rlebook dd ot come in the mail. I ave to do something to keep busy.


David Fryer wrote:
lynora wrote:
David Fryer wrote:
You are likely to be eaten by a grue
Nice. Yep, sanity is in short supply around here. :P
The wife and kids went shopping, my ride to G.I. Joe isn't here yet, and my Pathfinder Core Rlebook dd ot come in the mail. I ave to do something to keep busy.

I didn't realize GI Joe was already in theaters. Guess that changes my plans for the evening a bit. :)

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lynora wrote:

I didn't realize GI Joe was already in theaters. Guess that changes my plans for the evening a bit. :)

It openned yesterday.


David Fryer wrote:
lynora wrote:

I didn't realize GI Joe was already in theaters. Guess that changes my plans for the evening a bit. :)

It openned yesterday.

And now begin the negotiations as to who gets to go see it first. :)

My husband and I never go to movies together. For one thing they're expensive enough without paying for a sitter.

Dark Archive

lynora wrote:
David Fryer wrote:
lynora wrote:

I didn't realize GI Joe was already in theaters. Guess that changes my plans for the evening a bit. :)

It openned yesterday.

And now begin the negotiations as to who gets to go see it first. :)

My husband and I never go to movies together. For one thing they're expensive enough without paying for a sitter.

That is if you can even find one.

RPG Superstar 2012

David Fryer wrote:
Today my bosses are throwing me a goodbye party. It's ironic since the only reason I'm going anywhere is because they laid me off.

That sounds just a little awkward.

We've had unofficial going away lunches for friends the company laid off, but to have a boss who had some input into your situation sending you off doesn't sound fun.

I hope the job prospects improve, though. More importantly, I hope your copy of the PFRPG shows up soon. :)

RPG Superstar 2012

lynora wrote:
David Fryer wrote:
lynora wrote:

I didn't realize GI Joe was already in theaters. Guess that changes my plans for the evening a bit. :)

It openned yesterday.

And now begin the negotiations as to who gets to go see it first. :)

My husband and I never go to movies together. For one thing they're expensive enough without paying for a sitter.

My daughter charges $5 an hour, which is considerably less than the apparent going rate. Flying her out there from North Carolina might just add to the expense, though.

A couple of friends and I are going to wait a few weeks so we can see the GI Joe movie. If it's good, we'll enjoy it. If it stinks on ice, then we'll enjoy mocking it, which is why we're waiting to watch it.

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