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Silver Crusade

taig wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Well, I made it home.
Welcome home!

Thanks, badger!

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Someone call the RIAA! There's naked downloading going on!


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:

I've been watching old episodes of South Park while I paint, and it just hit me how much this particular episode ("Good Times With Weapons") reminds me of when I was a kid.

** spoiler omitted **

:)


Pathfinder Companion, Maps Subscriber; Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Superscriber
Freehold DM wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
My memory of this is vague, but I think I was intending to stop at the widest part part of the M&M so that it could just be pulled back out, but instead the pressure of the nostril just kind of pulled it on in.

That's...highly unlikely. Someone rolled a 20(or a 1, or perhaps both) somewhere along the line.

But more importantly, PLEASE tell me you have a picture of your kid with one really large m&m filled nostril. Because that's perfect blackmail material.

Blackmail, hell that is facebook material.

Scarab Sages

taig wrote:

Moff (and other not-so-discerning fans of Homestar Runner):

New Homestar Runner Toon!!!!

Thank you. (It's about time...)


Urizen wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Urizen wrote:
It's not just a monkey. It's a monkey wrapped in plastic! It's a big difference.

Really?

Cool!

How big is the monkey? Does it come with a foil hat of its own?

No!

I must resist the seduction of the of the plastic wrapped tinfoil monkey hat trap thing!

In fact, you have one within the contents ... of your wallet.

???


Justin Franklin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
My memory of this is vague, but I think I was intending to stop at the widest part part of the M&M so that it could just be pulled back out, but instead the pressure of the nostril just kind of pulled it on in.

That's...highly unlikely. Someone rolled a 20(or a 1, or perhaps both) somewhere along the line.

But more importantly, PLEASE tell me you have a picture of your kid with one really large m&m filled nostril. Because that's perfect blackmail material.

Blackmail, hell that is facebook material.

Is it blackmail if I'm the one who told the story tho? ;3

Dark Archive

lynora wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
lynora wrote:
And right now I'm just grateful to have made it home in one piece. My poor little corolla was slipping and sliding all over the roads. Kidlet loves it though cause no school for him today and he is currently outside making a snowman. :)
I'm just glad you're home safe. I know I'm biased due to the accident I got into, but sliding on the snow and realizing you are not in control of your vehicle is one of the most frightening experiences I have ever had.
Well, it's not a good feeling. But I drive a little plastic car so I am sadly used to it. Even with the trunk loaded up with heavy stuff it still gets blown around by wind way too much. Only car accident I've ever had involves that car sliding into a curb hard enough to destroy my tire rim. I was just lucky that I didn't hit another car. Next time we buy a car (which won't be for quite awhile I hope) I really need something a little more practical for winter driving.

Jenny and I were just having this conversation yesterday. I told her no SUV's, but I would be willing to get her a Sherman Tank if she wanted it.

Her reply: Can I actually use the Tank to blow "stuff" up or are you just going to make me only drive it everywhere?

I loves her so.

Dark Archive

Aberzombie wrote:

SNOW!

** spoiler omitted **...

I was laughing so hard Jenny was afraid I was going to have a seizure!!

:D

Scarab Sages

WILL YOU PEOPLE STOP HOGGING ALL THE SNOW?!?!

Today in Colorado -- 63 and sunny.

Sovereign Court

Jyu1ch1 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Jyu1ch1 wrote:
No more snow! Or else I shall start duel wielding hair dryers, and my aim shall be deadly! (At least to the snow it will be.)
Those are gonna need to be some heavy duty hair dryers
They will be +5 Hair dyers of snow bane of course.

But what the DM doesn't tell you is that they are cursed to remain on at all times!! Even during the summer!!!!

MWHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!

Dark Archive

Moff Rimmer wrote:

WILL YOU PEOPLE STOP HOGGING ALL THE SNOW?!?!

Today in Colorado -- 63 and sunny.

We have no snow. It's just REALLY BITTER outside...

Liberty's Edge

Moff Rimmer wrote:

WILL YOU PEOPLE STOP HOGGING ALL THE SNOW?!?!

Today in Colorado -- 63 and sunny.

It was clear and cold today, high of 20. Tomorrow will bring freezing rain, high of 31. We have weird weather here.


My internet connection apparently went to hell today. It's taken 15+ minutes to fully load a three and a half minute video. I am now completely sick of Reel Big Fish, just because I've been listening to the first half of Don't Start A Band for far too long.

EDIT: It took four minutes to post this.


Dark Solnes wrote:
Jyu1ch1 wrote:
lynora wrote:
Jyu1ch1 wrote:
No more snow! Or else I shall start duel wielding hair dryers, and my aim shall be deadly! (At least to the snow it will be.)
Those are gonna need to be some heavy duty hair dryers
They will be +5 Hair dyers of snow bane of course.

But what the DM doesn't tell you is that they are cursed to remain on at all times!! Even during the summer!!!!

MWHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!

Oh noes!!!! My electric bills will be insane!!!!!

Dark Archive

Celestial Healer wrote:
I wish there was a way at Christmastime to decorate M's avatar with some holly berries.

+1

Maybe someone should get on that.

ahem


Moff Rimmer wrote:

WILL YOU PEOPLE STOP HOGGING ALL THE SNOW?!?!

Today in Colorado -- 63 and sunny.

You can have all my snow!!!! What is your address I will pack it up and send it to you!!!!

Dark Archive

Urizen wrote:
But in the meantime, there's still the issue of this dead tranny hooker.... Someone's responsible, here. We must get to the bottom of this travesty.

<.< >.>

No one's seen the LPM in awhile.....

Just sayin'

The Exchange

Deep melancholic sigh...

Just skimmed SIX pages of FAWTL. One of the disadvantages of being employed full time.
...

Not that I'm complaining exactly. I actually love my new job. :-D

Dark Archive

Celestial Healer wrote:
My favorite "let's screw up some children" story was my grandfather. When she was about 5 years old, my sister asked him (over an Easter dinner) where leg of lamb comes from. He told her that somewhere out there is a lamb hobbling around on 3 legs. She cried all evening.

THAT. IS. EPIC.

Sovereign Court

Jyu1ch1 wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:

WILL YOU PEOPLE STOP HOGGING ALL THE SNOW?!?!

Today in Colorado -- 63 and sunny.

You can have all my snow!!!! What is your address I will pack it up and send it to you!!!!

But you can't mail it.

You +5 hair dryers of melting are cursed and the Post Office keeps returning the snow back to you marked RETURN TO SENDER!!!


Dark Solnes wrote:
Jyu1ch1 wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:

WILL YOU PEOPLE STOP HOGGING ALL THE SNOW?!?!

Today in Colorado -- 63 and sunny.

You can have all my snow!!!! What is your address I will pack it up and send it to you!!!!

But you can't mail it.

You +5 hair dryers of melting are cursed and the Post Office keeps returning the snow back to you marked RETURN TO SENDER!!!

Nuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu!!!!!!!!

Dark Archive

Urizen wrote:
taig wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:

Quick story about m&ms...

** spoiler omitted **

That last sentence is just you baiting Urizen, isn't it?
C'mon, surely there are others that are worse offenders than myself. I mean, why am I synonymous with such puerile commentary that contains sexual innuendos?

O_o

Your kidding right??

When the amigos say a dirty joke at work, I have them follow it up with "I just said an Urizen!!!!!"

The Exchange

The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
No. Nondualistic is how folks have recently described in English the perspective in Eastern religions that we used to refer to as Monism. (It seems to be an accurate, literal translation of Advaita in Sanskrit, but that's not one of my languages, so I'm acting on 2nd hand info there.) So, rather than Good/Evil, Death/Life, God/Creation, Subject/Object, "all things are one." This has been taken up in all sorts of naive ways in recent years, even in the public mind. A better way forward is found in David Loy's Nondualism, but I hope to add even more to the conversation by connecting this with the age-old philosophical problem of counting to argue that calling something dualistic or non-dualistic doesn't mean what people have thought, but is instead a strictly comparative statement.

Ah, I see, I think. I have noticed the growing trend, especially from people like this.

1:55** spoiler omitted **

Is it OK if I think they are both loons and both of them have missed the point??

The Exchange

Snow, whats this snow of which you speak?


Mac Boyce wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
My favorite "let's screw up some children" story was my grandfather. When she was about 5 years old, my sister asked him (over an Easter dinner) where leg of lamb comes from. He told her that somewhere out there is a lamb hobbling around on 3 legs. She cried all evening.
THAT. IS. EPIC.

Hah! Reminds me of the brief period of time when I was a kid before I learned that meat and muscle were the same thing. (I thought that meat and muscle came from different parts of the animal.)

The deer carcass on the living room table being disassembled for freezer storage quickly disabused me of that notion.


after one week of my workout plan and i am down 4 lbs. Wednesday last week 336, today 332

Sovereign Court

Jyu1ch1 wrote:
Dark Solnes wrote:
Jyu1ch1 wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:

WILL YOU PEOPLE STOP HOGGING ALL THE SNOW?!?!

Today in Colorado -- 63 and sunny.

You can have all my snow!!!! What is your address I will pack it up and send it to you!!!!

But you can't mail it.

You +5 hair dryers of melting are cursed and the Post Office keeps returning the snow back to you marked RETURN TO SENDER!!!

Nuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu!!!!!!!!

And in fact...

rolls on chart

Your cursed hair dryers have now caused Gozreh to become so irritated with you, the deity adds (rolls dice) another 45 inches of snow with freezing temperatures!!

MWHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!

The Exchange

AH HA, it was not Paizo, it was my pop up blocker that seems to stop everything but these annoying popups!!!!!!!!!!

Dark Archive

Woodraven wrote:
after one week of my workout plan and i am down 4 lbs. Wednesday last week 336, today 332

Now I know where that weight came from.....

;)

Seriously Congrats!!!

Scarab Sages

Crimson Jester wrote:
Snow, whats this snow of which you speak?

Right now, I'm not sure, but I think it's something like this or this or this. Or maybe even this.

Right now, we've got something like this. Well, assuming that you bothered to water recently.

The Exchange

Moff Rimmer wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Snow, whats this snow of which you speak?

Right now, I'm not sure, but I think it's something like this or this or this. Or maybe even this.

Right now, we've got something like this. Well, assuming that you bothered to water recently.

See those are pretty. Why can't I take any pictures like that??

Scarab Sages

Crimson Jester wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Snow, whats this snow of which you speak?

Right now, I'm not sure, but I think it's something like this or this or this. Or maybe even this.

Right now, we've got something like this. Well, assuming that you bothered to water recently.

See those are pretty. Why can't I take any pictures like that??

First rule of taking pictures -- take LOTS of pictures. Those frost pictures? That was taken across the street from us. I took the kids sledding and noticed the frost on everything. Went back and grabbed the camera. Then took something like 75 pictures. Three turned out pretty well and one of those I cropped a bit. 4% usable pictures was a pretty good day -- usually I'm closer to 1%. It helped having an interesting "subject" on that day.

Silver Crusade

Moff Rimmer wrote:

WILL YOU PEOPLE STOP HOGGING ALL THE SNOW?!?!

Today in Colorado -- 63 and sunny.

We average 92 inches a year. You should just come here.

RPG Superstar 2012

Mac Boyce wrote:
Moff Rimmer wrote:

WILL YOU PEOPLE STOP HOGGING ALL THE SNOW?!?!

Today in Colorado -- 63 and sunny.

We have no snow. It's just REALLY BITTER outside...

It's bitter where Moff is too.

Liberty's Edge Contributor, RPG Superstar 2012

Wolfthulhu wrote:

Deep melancholic sigh...

Just skimmed SIX pages of FAWTL. One of the disadvantages of being employed full time.
...

Not that I'm complaining exactly. I actually love my new job. :-D

Congrats on the new job. I missed that you got one.

RPG Superstar 2012

Mac Boyce wrote:
Woodraven wrote:
after one week of my workout plan and i am down 4 lbs. Wednesday last week 336, today 332

Now I know where that weight came from.....

;)

Seriously Congrats!!!

+1

Silver Crusade

Wolfthulhu wrote:

Deep melancholic sigh...

Just skimmed SIX pages of FAWTL. One of the disadvantages of being employed full time.
...

Not that I'm complaining exactly. I actually love my new job. :-D

I'm glad you're liking it. I know you told us before, but what exactly is it?


Mac Boyce wrote:
lynora wrote:

Well, it's not a good feeling. But I drive a little plastic car so I am sadly used to it. Even with the trunk loaded up with heavy stuff it still gets blown around by wind way too much. Only car accident I've ever had involves that car sliding into a curb hard enough to destroy my tire rim. I was just lucky that I didn't hit another car. Next time we buy a car (which won't be for quite awhile I hope) I really need something a little more practical for winter driving.

Jenny and I were just having this conversation yesterday. I told her no SUV's, but I would be willing to get her a Sherman Tank if she wanted it.

Her reply: Can I actually use the Tank to blow "stuff" up or are you just going to make me only drive it everywhere?

I loves her so.

lol. Yeah, that would be so awesome. Now I want a tank too. :D


Woodraven wrote:
after one week of my workout plan and i am down 4 lbs. Wednesday last week 336, today 332

woot! that's great. :)


And I'm waiting. Waiting for the kidlet to finish getting ready for bed. Waiting for the rest of the gaming group to get here. I'm impatient, dammit! We're almost done with this module and then we get to level. But mostly I'm just ready to be done with the snow module. :)


Jyu1ch1 wrote:
Justin Franklin wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
My memory of this is vague, but I think I was intending to stop at the widest part part of the M&M so that it could just be pulled back out, but instead the pressure of the nostril just kind of pulled it on in.

That's...highly unlikely. Someone rolled a 20(or a 1, or perhaps both) somewhere along the line.

But more importantly, PLEASE tell me you have a picture of your kid with one really large m&m filled nostril. Because that's perfect blackmail material.

Blackmail, hell that is facebook material.
Is it blackmail if I'm the one who told the story tho? ;3

Blackmail is really for dads who DON'T spoil you rotten.


Moff Rimmer wrote:

WILL YOU PEOPLE STOP HOGGING ALL THE SNOW?!?!

Today in Colorado -- 63 and sunny.

Agreed, Moff. And what about us poor snow-deprived Texans? We'd like a White Christmas. ;-)


Crimson Jester wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
No. Nondualistic is how folks have recently described in English the perspective in Eastern religions that we used to refer to as Monism. (It seems to be an accurate, literal translation of Advaita in Sanskrit, but that's not one of my languages, so I'm acting on 2nd hand info there.) So, rather than Good/Evil, Death/Life, God/Creation, Subject/Object, "all things are one." This has been taken up in all sorts of naive ways in recent years, even in the public mind. A better way forward is found in David Loy's Nondualism, but I hope to add even more to the conversation by connecting this with the age-old philosophical problem of counting to argue that calling something dualistic or non-dualistic doesn't mean what people have thought, but is instead a strictly comparative statement.

Ah, I see, I think. I have noticed the growing trend, especially from people like this.

1:55** spoiler omitted **

Is it OK if I think they are both loons and both of them have missed the point??

Who? "Dualists" and "Nondualists"? (I didn't watch the video.)

The Exchange

Celestial Healer wrote:
Wolfthulhu wrote:

Deep melancholic sigh...

Just skimmed SIX pages of FAWTL. One of the disadvantages of being employed full time.
...

Not that I'm complaining exactly. I actually love my new job. :-D

I'm glad you're liking it. I know you told us before, but what exactly is it?

I am now a Maintenance Lead for a property management company. Currently split between the company Corp HQ and a six story office building in process of being renovated. Eventually I will be taking over 3 different buildings that are in close proximity to one another.


Go Wolfie!


Damn. I just learned that calling structures "derricks" comes from the name of a famous London hangman circa 1600.


I just learned it. 10 years ago.


Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
I just learned it. 10 years ago.

Aren't you ahead of the curve? Here, have a star sticker.


Moff Rimmer wrote:

WILL YOU PEOPLE STOP HOGGING ALL THE SNOW?!?!

Today in Colorado -- 63 and sunny.

+1

My lawn is still green.

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