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Alright Kileanna is a witch got it.

New page!


And I'm the master of non wanted and unnecesary long explanations xD


Its ok my best friend has the same affliction. 20 minute story to tell you where he bought a candy bar at.


That seems unnecessary


I have told him that.


One of my best players shares that affliction with me. I have to be very cautious because we can spend 2 hours talking before starting a session if I don't control myself.


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Ah Master Wolf, my lovely wife's name is Anya.

Such lovely little ones.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Alright Kileanna is a witch got it.

Does she weigh the same as a duck?


Who are you who are so wise in the ways of science?


Actually, I like, know everything man... Yeah... I even know why I got the job... but now I like I know things man... Even if my body is now just a mechanical fish-tank, but dude, I know things...


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A man impressed by his own knowledge is like a prisoner impressed by the size of his jail cell.


T.S. Eliot wrote:

We think of the key, each in his prison

Thinking of the key, each confirms a prison


I know one thing, that I know nothing.


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You don't know me! Everybody, I do not know this person!


Interesting... Who do you know?


You don't know me but I do know you.
Remember all that times you looked behind you but nobody was there? Well, it was me.
Or John Snow. He used to follow you more than I did.


People... I know people... you wouldn't know them, they don't live here.


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William Hughes Mearns wrote:

As I was going up the stair

I met a man who wasn't there!
He wasn't there again today,
Oh how I wish he'd go away!

When I came home last night at three,
The man was waiting there for me
But when I looked around the hall,
I couldn't see him there at all!
Go away, go away, don't you come back any more!
Go away, go away, and please don't slam the door...

Last night I saw upon the stair,
A little man who wasn't there,
He wasn't there again today
Oh, how I wish he'd go away...


MMM... Nonsense poetry...
It really is my favorite form of poetry.


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You might enjoy this, then.


Heh.
Have you ever read Lewis Carol's "Hunting of the Snark"


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Many, many times... :)


It is always nice to find someone else who has read that work of art.


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For 10,000 years I have lain in stasis, awaiting the day of my return!

Tell me, what lingo do the kids speak now? Is the popular music still worse than the kind I listened to when I was a teenager? What about my favorite spell, Mordenkainen's Mightily Masterful Magnificent Magical Missile?


Let me see...
in order now,
Text
Yes and No, some of it is good, majority just stupid
Haven't seen many of those around, but they probably still work if you can find one.


Postocles, Thread Necromancer wrote:


Is the popular music still worse than the kind I listened to when I was a teenager?

It's all been downhill since Timperley Tom And His Ragtime Rascals recorded

'I asked her to whistle for an encore, but all that I got was the clap' in 1927, believe me.


'Glistening' Buff Scrotes wrote:
Postocles, Thread Necromancer wrote:


Is the popular music still worse than the kind I listened to when I was a teenager?

It's all been downhill since Timperley Tom And His Ragtime Rascals recorded

'I asked her to whistle for an encore, but all that I got was the clap' in 1927, believe me.

Damn straight.

Grand Lodge

Or, if you prefer: Damn gay.


I prefer Earl Grey...
Anyone else want a cup?

*Begins pouring tea*


I'll take a cup of Q if you've got some!


Just having my morning tea. Mind if I join you?


*to Kileanna*
Not at all...

*hands Jokey alphabet soup with only Qs in it*


*Takes a sip*
It's cold now...


*fire-bends Kileanna's tea*
That better?


It will be when I google what fire-bending is.


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It is a reference to Avatar: The last air-bender.
It is a fantastic american cartoon, that everyone should watch. there is also a sequel, Avatar: legend of korra; not quite as good, IMO, but also a good series in it's own right.

Note: Amazon should have the series for sale on streaming, and I believe it may even be a prime free-access available series.

Edit: yep, here it is on amazon


I have heard of Korra, and I received good critiques. I want to see it since then. I hadn't got the reference.
Fire-bended tea must be good, then xD

Sovereign Court

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Anya, is it, Grandpa Wonderbra? That's perfect!

So the family is:

Svenrir Bloodmoon (me)

Lady Red Bloodmoon (my wife)

Kessidarra Maria Bloodmoon (my first born and oldest daughter)

Theodore 'Ted' Bloodmoon (my second child and only son)

And ANYA Frederica Bloodmoon (my youngest child and second daughter)

Excellent, with that all settled, we can now join Grandpa Wonderbra for tea and treats. I hope Uncle Teddy and his bear Fred are able to join us.


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

I'm coming. Hang on. Got my gifts for the little ones.

* drops several bags of holding containing clothing of various sizes - enough to cover the children from now until age 5 *

They grow so fast. I figured you could use these. Oh, and every child needs a teddy bear.

* pulls out 3 stuffed bear toys, each looking like a miniature Fred *

Fred insisted the toys be modeled after him.


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The Game Hamster wrote:

*to Kileanna*

Not at all...

*hands Jokey alphabet soup with only Qs in it*

Just the way Mama Jokey used to make it!


Why did we let Jokey win for that long??


Kileanna wrote:

I have heard of Korra, and I received good critiques. I want to see it since then. I hadn't got the reference.

Fire-bended tea must be good, then xD

Definitely watch "the Last air bender" first.

...
Not the movie... ignore that the movie exists... But the cartoon series is amazing, a true epic. And only around 60-61 27 minute episodes long, and only one of them is a filler episode, all of the others progress the story somehow, and the filler episode is a recap...


I definitely want to see it.
I've been having trouble with my WiFi lately and had to stop seeing anything online. I was trying to watch The Clone Wars before that.


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The Game Hamster wrote:
Why did we let Jokey win for that long??

We felt sorry for him.


oh, ok, good enough...


Ar, matey.


It's pronounced: Yarrr, matey! :)


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It be my professional opinion that Able Seaman Toucher is sufferin' from what we doctors call 'Lubber's Tongue', which explains his mispronunciation.

Considering where he's been putting it, that ain't a surprise.


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Terp raid!

They're after our turtles! Or possible they are turtles, intent on raiding us. Or maybe just University of Maryland students...

Either way *cocks shotgun* this aggression can't stand.


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Also: Dire prat.

But that seemed a bit rude. And possibly in infringement on Bestiary 7 plans...

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