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Jess Door wrote:

We actually had a frost this morning.

Is that cold enough for you, FHDM?

No. I want my snowpocalypse.


Hells yeah I'll shovel snow nekkid. Just remember that shrinkage may affectreven my stunning black manliness at those temperatures.


I've been getting a lot of top lately. Yay.


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FHDM should get TotP with THIS.

Silver Crusade

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Freehold DM wrote:
I've been getting a lot of top lately. Yay.

Sounds like the second job is paying off in ways you probably never expected...


Treppa wrote:
FHDM should get TotP with THIS.

I am so glad I married you when you weren't paying attention.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
I've been getting a lot of top lately. Yay.
Sounds like the second job is paying off in ways you probably never expected...

I can also tell a good dj from a bad one now.


I returned to Morrowind... Gah. Two or three hours and I am feeling dizzines and nausea. Damn FPP...


Jess Door wrote:
Houston Chamber of Gamers wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:

I think all the FAWTLY folk who have not yet moved to Houston should do so. Then we can slowly migrate into the same neighborhood. Once the FAWTLY population reaches critical mass we take the place over and re-create it as Hobbiton.

Think about it - summer block parties where all we do is game from dawn until the following dawn.

We approve this message.

We can't do an AUTHENTIC Hobbiton, though, because building underground in a coastal city at sea level is a bad idea, mmmm-kay?

I guess we'll just have to be elves or something.

I volunteer to host the first bbq.

Anyone want to help me fix my fence?

If I get do happen to get out there I worked for two years in fence installation. I'd be happy to help out.


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Just got back from my regular blood donation.

We were making the calculations with the nurse (same who has attended several of my donations), and considering I've been giving blood almost exactly every 3 months since 2002, so far there's a total of 19,800ml (about 680oz) of liquid me out there somewhere.

Imagine if I could telepathically control it! Yes, minions, do my biding and bring me a KFC Double Down with two, no, THREE ketchup sachets! MWHAHAHAHA!

<Dies of acute hypercholesterolemia>

Sovereign Court

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People who eat healthy don't live longer. It just feels like it.

Would you like more BBQ? A piece of strawberry cheesecake? Another piece of bacon?


Jess Door wrote:

People who eat healthy don't live longer. It just feels like it.

Would you like more BBQ? A piece of strawberry cheesecake?

I am SOOOOOO glad I married you when you weren't paying attention.

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber

Wait, what?


Jess Door wrote:

Wait, what?

Don't mind him.


Jess Door wrote:

Wait, what?

This was pages and pages ago. You weren't looking, so I summoned a solar with cleric levels that owed me a favor and blammo, we're hitched. Don't feel bad. I married a few other people who were equally distracted. I'm surprised more people don't do this.

Wait, there's BACON?


Klaus van der Kroft wrote:

Just got back from my regular blood donation.

We were making the calculations with the nurse (same who has attended several of my donations), and considering I've been giving blood almost exactly every 3 months since 2002, so far there's a total of 19,800ml (about 680oz) of liquid me out there somewhere.

I consider starting donating from time to time but my notoriously unemplyed man diet of cheapest foods discourages me - regaining strength after donation could be troublesome.

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Imagine if I could telepathically control it!

Duh. Vampire The Masquarade was there first.

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Yes, minions, do my biding and bring me a KFC Double Down with two, no, THREE ketchup sachets! MWHAHAHAHA!

<Dies of acute hypercholesterolemia>

Ok, that could possibly solve problem of feeding myself withile recovering after donation...


Drejk wrote:
Klaus van der Kroft wrote:

Just got back from my regular blood donation.

We were making the calculations with the nurse (same who has attended several of my donations), and considering I've been giving blood almost exactly every 3 months since 2002, so far there's a total of 19,800ml (about 680oz) of liquid me out there somewhere.

I consider starting donating from time to time but my notoriously unemplyed man diet of cheapest foods discourages me - regaining strength after donation could be troublesome.

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Imagine if I could telepathically control it!

Duh. Vampire The Masquarade was there first.

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Yes, minions, do my biding and bring me a KFC Double Down with two, no, THREE ketchup sachets! MWHAHAHAHA!

<Dies of acute hypercholesterolemia>

Ok, that could possibly solve problem of feeding myself withile recovering after donation...

after donation, I am allllllllllll about the lorna doons(which my phone auto corrected to porno dooms, which I am decidedly NOT about). Love those cookies, but I refuse to eat them unless I have recently donated blood. They are such a treat!


Drejk wrote:


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Imagine if I could telepathically control it!
Duh. Vampire The Masquarade was there first.

Pff, but vampires suck (blood).

Whereas I... wait, nevermind.


Freehold DM wrote:
Jess Door wrote:

Wait, what?

This was pages and pages ago. You weren't looking, so I summoned a solar with cleric levels that owed me a favor and blammo, we're hitched.

And it was real entity of Law and Goodness and not, per chance, some sort of high level illusionist ghost that happened to answer summons. Yes, a real entity of Ultimate Law!

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I'm surprised more people don't do this.

Actually it fell out of favor some time ago, when people being married while distracted showed to be equally distracted when required to take any marriage related duties.

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Wait, there's BACON?

BBQ bacon?! Me want!

(also, steals strawberry cake).

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber

I have been informed I am required to make another chocolate peppermint red velvet swirl cake for my friend's birthday this year. YOu know what I haven't made in a while? Homemade german chocolate cake. Hmmm.

Also, omelet. with bacon.

dammit.

I want bacon.

*glares at work*

Scarab Sages

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Freehold DM wrote:
Jess Door wrote:

We actually had a frost this morning.

Is that cold enough for you, FHDM?

No. I want my snowpocalypse.

If I recall correctly, after the Fimbul Winter fire consumes the world. Is that what you want?

Scarab Sages

Mmmmmm......bacon. You fine folks are speaking my language.


Jess Door wrote:

I have been informed I am required to make another chocolate peppermint red velvet swirl cake for my friend's birthday this year. YOu know what I haven't made in a while? Homemade german chocolate cake. Hmmm.

Also, omelet. with bacon.

dammit.

I want bacon.

*glares at work*

I had an omelet with bacon for breakfast. Coincidence? I think so, probably.


Aberzombie wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Jess Door wrote:

We actually had a frost this morning.

Is that cold enough for you, FHDM?

No. I want my snowpocalypse.
If I recall correctly, after the Fimbul Winter fire consumes the world. Is that what you want?

If you juggle the snow properly, you'll be able to extinguish any fires. Yes. I do want this.

Silver Crusade

All I got out of that is I am about to have bacon and then a chocolate peppermint red velvet swirl cake. Where do I sign up?


HOUSTON!


Aberzombie wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Jess Door wrote:

We actually had a frost this morning.

Is that cold enough for you, FHDM?

No. I want my snowpocalypse.
If I recall correctly, after the Fimbul Winter fire consumes the world. Is that what you want?

Only if the Storm to End all Storms is allowed to wane.

Liberty's Edge

Drejk wrote:
I returned to Morrowind... Gah. Two or three hours and I am feeling dizzines and nausea. Damn FPP...

I always just keep the view in third person, and only switch to first person when I'm using ranged attacks or need to pick something up. I usually have wicked bad motion sickness from games, and that seems to get rid of most of it.


There was a way of turning TPP view in Morrowind? I'll have to search for it. It helps me from time to time...


The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Drejk wrote:
I returned to Morrowind... Gah. Two or three hours and I am feeling dizzines and nausea. Damn FPP...
I always just keep the view in third person, and only switch to first person when I'm using ranged attacks or need to pick something up. I usually have wicked bad motion sickness from games, and that seems to get rid of most of it.

I thought I was the only one who got a bit dizzy during games..


Freehold DM wrote:
The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Drejk wrote:
I returned to Morrowind... Gah. Two or three hours and I am feeling dizzines and nausea. Damn FPP...
I always just keep the view in third person, and only switch to first person when I'm using ranged attacks or need to pick something up. I usually have wicked bad motion sickness from games, and that seems to get rid of most of it.
I thought I was the only one who got a bit dizzy during games..

Nope. We are out there, struggling against FPP games desperately trying to overcome motion sickness and that f#&^&* completly nonrealistic head bobing that some f$%^&* morons, er, game designers thought would be a good idea - I can't imagine how they walk if they think that idiotic head bobing is "realistic".

Scarab Sages

Mrgh.


Ghrar.


Freehold DM wrote:
Jess Door wrote:

Wait, what?

This was pages and pages ago. You weren't looking, so I summoned a solar with cleric levels that owed me a favor and blammo, we're hitched. Don't feel bad. I married a few other people who were equally distracted. I'm surprised more people don't do this.

Wait, there's BACON?

Do sister-wives get shares of bacon and cake?


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I can has?

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Houston Chamber of Gamers wrote:
HOUSTON!

We're working on it.

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Treppa wrote:
I can has?

Yes, yes you can.

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The Eldritch Mr. Shiny wrote:
Drejk wrote:
I returned to Morrowind... Gah. Two or three hours and I am feeling dizzines and nausea. Damn FPP...
I always just keep the view in third person, and only switch to first person when I'm using ranged attacks or need to pick something up. I usually have wicked bad motion sickness from games, and that seems to get rid of most of it.

Pretty much the same here, damn if I don't get headaches from watching Kellen play his character though. Boy loves to play in first person mode.

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Treppa wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Jess Door wrote:

Wait, what?

This was pages and pages ago. You weren't looking, so I summoned a solar with cleric levels that owed me a favor and blammo, we're hitched. Don't feel bad. I married a few other people who were equally distracted. I'm surprised more people don't do this.

Wait, there's BACON?

Do sister-wives get shares of bacon and cake?

I was under the assumption that sister wives shared everything.


You know it's a bacon she is asking about. There is a certain limit to what can be shared.

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Drejk wrote:
You know it's a bacon she is asking about. There is a certain limit to what can be shared.

True.

You can take my wife, but you'll never take my BACON!


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Actually I had somehow envisioned Solness being perfectly capable of serving herself to your bacon whenver she wants.


*waits for Urizen or one of his followers to appear and comment*

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Drejk wrote:
Actually I had somehow envisioned Solness being perfectly capable of serving herself to your bacon whenver she wants.

She is indeed. ;)

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I finally got a nice fram for my old 2e map of Cormyr, now just to find the perfect place in the living room to hang it.


Moorluck wrote:
I finally got a nice fram for my old 2e map of Cormyr, now just to find the perfect place in the living room to hang it.

That one wall where you hang your "lands to be conquered" maps?

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Drejk wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
I finally got a nice fram for my old 2e map of Cormyr, now just to find the perfect place in the living room to hang it.
That one wall where you hang your "lands to be conquered" maps?

When were you in my house? 'Cause we keep maps of all the areas we've campaigned in hung up on the walls. :P


Moorluck wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
I finally got a nice fram for my old 2e map of Cormyr, now just to find the perfect place in the living room to hang it.
That one wall where you hang your "lands to be conquered" maps?
When were you in my house? 'Cause we keep maps of all the areas we've campaigned in hung up on the walls. :P

Those are lands that were already campaigned in? Eh, I need to give my crystal ball to fine tuning again...

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Drejk wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
I finally got a nice fram for my old 2e map of Cormyr, now just to find the perfect place in the living room to hang it.
That one wall where you hang your "lands to be conquered" maps?
When were you in my house? 'Cause we keep maps of all the areas we've campaigned in hung up on the walls. :P
Those are lands that were already campaigned in? Eh, I need to give my crystal ball to fine tuning again...

The next one we have to get done is the massive Kingmaker map, for us that would be the nation of Thundengaard. We're going to need a whole wall for that bad boy though.


While I played in various areas of Faerun I have never played in Cormyr.

The closest relation to Cormyr we had was a Cormyr-born Fighter PC in Pathfinder campaign (who got retired and replaced by local Moonsea region-born Ranger around level three).

Oh, and my Fighter/Wizard/Eldritch Knight/Spellfire Channeler aglarondian sailor was living on Dragon Coast prior to his adventuring career.

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