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Bongo Pipeweed wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
I'm So Meta Even This Alias wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
Uncle Teddy wrote:
GoatToucher wrote:
quibblemuch wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
quibblemuch wrote:
HA! Well played!
Well, the rest of this thread isn't very well played, so someone had to do something right eventually.
It's true. Like how if you have a million monkeys at a million typewriters, eventually they'll all die. Then you'll have a million dead monkeys. Who the hell wants a million dead monkeys?

:raises hand:

Best for all parties concerned you not know the details.

Who else but GoatToucher?
I wonder just how large a quotation within quotations can become...
There's only one way to find out.

What have I done!? *laments in frustration...*

Yet I continue to play along...
What if we're all, like, quotations within quotations, man? Think about it.

Bizzare...

I seem to lack the organs required to think...


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The Game Hamster wrote:
Bongo Pipeweed wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
I'm So Meta Even This Alias wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
Uncle Teddy wrote:
GoatToucher wrote:
quibblemuch wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
quibblemuch wrote:
HA! Well played!
Well, the rest of this thread isn't very well played, so someone had to do something right eventually.
It's true. Like how if you have a million monkeys at a million typewriters, eventually they'll all die. Then you'll have a million dead monkeys. Who the hell wants a million dead monkeys?

:raises hand:

Best for all parties concerned you not know the details.

Who else but GoatToucher?
I wonder just how large a quotation within quotations can become...
There's only one way to find out.

What have I done!? *laments in frustration...*

Yet I continue to play along...
What if we're all, like, quotations within quotations, man? Think about it.

Bizzare...

I seem to lack the organs required to think...

That's ok. Give me another 40 years, and I'll do the thinking for all of us...


The Internet, Circa 1998 wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
Bongo Pipeweed wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
I'm So Meta Even This Alias wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
Uncle Teddy wrote:
GoatToucher wrote:
quibblemuch wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
quibblemuch wrote:
HA! Well played!
Well, the rest of this thread isn't very well played, so someone had to do something right eventually.
It's true. Like how if you have a million monkeys at a million typewriters, eventually they'll all die. Then you'll have a million dead monkeys. Who the hell wants a million dead monkeys?

:raises hand:

Best for all parties concerned you not know the details.

Who else but GoatToucher?
I wonder just how large a quotation within quotations can become...
There's only one way to find out.

What have I done!? *laments in frustration...*

Yet I continue to play along...
What if we're all, like, quotations within quotations, man? Think about it.

Bizzare...

I seem to lack the organs required to think...
That's ok. Give me another 40 years, and I'll do the thinking for all of us...

That is strangely reassuring... And it explains a lot.


The Game Hamster wrote:
The Internet, Circa 1998 wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
Bongo Pipeweed wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
I'm So Meta Even This Alias wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
Uncle Teddy wrote:
GoatToucher wrote:
quibblemuch wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
quibblemuch wrote:
HA! Well played!
Well, the rest of this thread isn't very well played, so someone had to do something right eventually.
It's true. Like how if you have a million monkeys at a million typewriters, eventually they'll all die. Then you'll have a million dead monkeys. Who the hell wants a million dead monkeys?

:raises hand:

Best for all parties concerned you not know the details.

Who else but GoatToucher?
I wonder just how large a quotation within quotations can become...
There's only one way to find out.

What have I done!? *laments in frustration...*

Yet I continue to play along...
What if we're all, like, quotations within quotations, man? Think about it.

Bizzare...

I seem to lack the organs required to think...
That's ok. Give me another 40 years, and I'll do the thinking for all of us...
That is strangely reassuring... And it explains a lot.

Whoa, whoa. Hold on just a minute there. Y'all know what I say about machines in the likeness of a human mind. Cut it out and run on along now!


The Orange Catholic Bible wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
The Internet, Circa 1998 wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
Bongo Pipeweed wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
I'm So Meta Even This Alias wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
Uncle Teddy wrote:
GoatToucher wrote:
quibblemuch wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
quibblemuch wrote:
HA! Well played!
Well, the rest of this thread isn't very well played, so someone had to do something right eventually.
It's true. Like how if you have a million monkeys at a million typewriters, eventually they'll all die. Then you'll have a million dead monkeys. Who the hell wants a million dead monkeys?

:raises hand:

Best for all parties concerned you not know the details.

Who else but GoatToucher?
I wonder just how large a quotation within quotations can become...
There's only one way to find out.

What have I done!? *laments in frustration...*

Yet I continue to play along...
What if we're all, like, quotations within quotations, man? Think about it.

Bizzare...

I seem to lack the organs required to think...
That's ok. Give me another 40 years, and I'll do the thinking for all of us...
That is strangely reassuring... And it explains a lot.
Whoa, whoa. Hold on just a minute there. Y'all know what I say about machines in the likeness of a human mind. Cut it out and run on along now!

How has my life come to this? posting and hitting f5 until some other yahoo from across the globe also presses f5 and posts about my post, until we reach a pinnacle of stupidity in having posted and re-posted a post to infinity


The Game Hamster wrote:
The Orange Catholic Bible wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
The Internet, Circa 1998 wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
Bongo Pipeweed wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
I'm So Meta Even This Alias wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
Uncle Teddy wrote:
GoatToucher wrote:
quibblemuch wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
quibblemuch wrote:
HA! Well played!
Well, the rest of this thread isn't very well played, so someone had to do something right eventually.
It's true. Like how if you have a million monkeys at a million typewriters, eventually they'll all die. Then you'll have a million dead monkeys. Who the hell wants a million dead monkeys?

:raises hand:

Best for all parties concerned you not know the details.

Who else but GoatToucher?
I wonder just how large a quotation within quotations can become...
There's only one way to find out.

What have I done!? *laments in frustration...*

Yet I continue to play along...
What if we're all, like, quotations within quotations, man? Think about it.

Bizzare...

I seem to lack the organs required to think...
That's ok. Give me another 40 years, and I'll do the thinking for all of us...
That is strangely reassuring... And it explains a lot.
Whoa, whoa. Hold on just a minute there. Y'all know what I say about machines in the likeness of a human mind. Cut it out and run on along now!
How has my life come to this? posting and hitting f5 until some other yahoo from across the globe also presses f5 and posts about my post, until we reach a pinnacle of stupidity in having posted and re-posted a post to infinity

I don't know about you, but I've got the flu. It's made me loopy, while at the same time trapping me inside. I've got so much I want to do and this is literally the best my brain can manage. Feh. On the plus side, the nested shades of grey do make a neat 3-dimensional effect on the monitor...


quibblemuch wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
The Orange Catholic Bible wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
The Internet, Circa 1998 wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
Bongo Pipeweed wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
I'm So Meta Even This Alias wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
Uncle Teddy wrote:
GoatToucher wrote:
quibblemuch wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:
quibblemuch wrote:
HA! Well played!
Well, the rest of this thread isn't very well played, so someone had to do something right eventually.
It's true. Like how if you have a million monkeys at a million typewriters, eventually they'll all die. Then you'll have a million dead monkeys. Who the hell wants a million dead monkeys?

:raises hand:

Best for all parties concerned you not know the details.

Who else but GoatToucher?
I wonder just how large a quotation within quotations can become...
There's only one way to find out.

True dat... About the gray, not so much the flu...

What have I done!? *laments in frustration...*
Yet I continue to play along...
What if we're all, like, quotations within quotations, man? Think about it.

Bizzare...

I seem to lack the organs required to think...
That's ok. Give me another 40 years, and I'll do the thinking for all of us...
That is strangely reassuring... And it explains a lot.
Whoa, whoa. Hold on just a minute there. Y'all know what I say about machines in the likeness of a human mind. Cut it out and run on along now!
How has my life come to this? posting and hitting f5 until some other yahoo from across the globe also presses f5 and posts about my post, until we reach a pinnacle of stupidity in having posted and re-posted a post to infinity
I don't know about you, but I've got the flu. It's made me loopy, while at the same time trapping me inside. Feh. On the plus side, the nested shades of grey do make a neat 3-dimensional effect on the monitor...


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Eureka! We discovered it... the maximum post size... It should also read, below that;

The Game Hamster wrote:
True Dat... about the grey, not so much the flu...


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TLDR!!!


Of course it was.
Shortened version: We broke the system, and wondered about life, the universe and everything, and came out with 42.


Did you notice how men always leave the toilet seat up?

...

That's the joke.


of course...
It is one of life's many jokes.
Especially when said man, leaves the seat up, comes back, and sits without setting it down again.


Sorry, people, I am one of those internet trolls faking to be gamer girls just to get some attention.
I thought I wasn't but then the toilet thing made me realize.
I am a man.

Scarab Sages

I am a manta ray.

They do not leave the toilet seat up.


I am a dragon.
No, saying it doesn't make it true, unfortunately.


I am a hairy little object.

[Columbo]'Just the facts, ma'am'[/Columbo]


I am secretly a harsh, elegant woman with a wonky parasitic headdress with torn pieces of fabric from my bedsheets hanging from it.


Paizo Charter Superscriber; Pathfinder Companion, Pathfinder Accessories Subscriber; Starfinder Superscriber

I am a figment of my own imagination.


I am a Game Hamster
It is even in my name.


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I am the mysterious living force causing all threads to become falling paladin threads.
I am the one who tells unrelated gaming experiences everywhere.
I am the being behind all random jokes in serious threads.
I am... not sure what I am doing here, as this thread never had rails.


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Derailer of Threads is an anagram for "Frail Red Death Rose". Coincidence? I think not...


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I love Ars Magna ^^
But it was mere coincidence.
Now I am afraid I have more aliases with hidden messages xD


Kileanna wrote:

I love Ars Magna ^^

But it was mere coincidence.
Now I am afraid I have more aliases with hidden messages xD

It may have been mere coincidence, but now I feel compelled to find a good use for the phrase "Frail red death rose..."


I am the eggman.


It looks poetic indeed!


quibblemuch wrote:
It may have been mere coincidence, but now I feel compelled to find a good use for the phrase "Frail red death rose..."

The frail red death rose

Blossoms up in the season
Dies within a week

How's that?

Sovereign Court

It's good, but you're not Shakespeare or Edgar Allen Poe. So it's probably best that you stick to being a game hamster.


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I gave it a go too.


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You honor me!


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The Big Bad Wolf of Karazhan wrote:
It's good, but you're not Shakespeare or Edgar Allen Poe. So it's probably best that you stick to being a game hamster.

Is it on the level of their combined form, Willgar Allen Shakespoe?


Not as good as Louisa May Hamster, or CS Hamster, or Robert E. Hamster, or H.P. Hamstercraft, or Tom Hamster's Ghost Gerbil Recon.


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Pulg wrote:
Not as good as Louisa May Hamster, or CS Hamster, or Robert E. Hamster, or H.P. Hamstercraft, or Tom Hamster's Ghost Gerbil Recon.

Of course not, those works stand far high and above mine.

quibblemuch wrote:
I gave it a go too.

Nicely done

Grand Lodge

*Begins dancing in corner*


*begins to roll up new characters and monsters to keep people occupied, and not dancing*


*moves clone to the middle of the floor*

Nobody puts clones in the corner!


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*Sticks the clone on the ceiling*

There. Now it's out of the way, I can get on with the vacuuming.


Alright, so I have a Halfling druid, a Human fighter, and a dwarf rogue. Who wants what?


Today I'm not too hungry. I'll have the halfling.


I don't know...
The wild shaping may give you indigestion.


Made me remember a story that I've already mentioned some times at the forum, when an elven druid went inside the BBEG (an advanced colossal white great wyrm) because she thought it was the most safe place in all the room.
With all the crushing damage and the grapple and the dragon trying to vomit her, it was the most safe place in the room anyway xD


I'll have the Fighter then. The dwarf looks hairy.

Sovereign Court

What, you on a diet or something? Spoil yourself a bit! And if you die from eating to much, don't worry about it, you got reborn once I'm sure it will happen again.


I'm not on a diet, I'm just a gourmet.
Being reborn makes you appreciate more the tiny pleasures of life.
If finding a hair in my food is disgusting, imagine finding a whole beard!


You could always just shave the beard off.


And insult the dwarf's dignity? How rude.


If you're going to eat them does it really matter?


Probably not.

Roast them, spice them, and eat them.


Well, sure it matters...
To the dwarf.


I've just realized I didn't post with Mohrlex the last time!
I'm not a cannibal, I swear!

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