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Scarab Sages

Hmmmm.......Texas

Scarab Sages

nekkid in Texas?!?

Maybe one day......

Maybe sooner than later.....


Today's lunch and dinner. Red beans and rice with andouille sausage.


I will tempt you zombeh.


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Drejk wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Or maybe not, can't say I've heard about any Texas moose. But you never know.
Texas mooses are cunning and sneaky beasts.

We call them "meeses".

I assure you, I did not just pull that out of my @$$.

Shadow Lodge

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As promised earlier, here is a link to the photo of my car for non facebook people.

the carnage

Note the tufts of fur in the bumper. It was a large deer.


Yowch. I looked at it at first and was like "Oh that doesn't look so bad." Then I noticed how everything's broken away from the front of the car.

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Poor car!


Not as bad as I was expecting. Still pretty bad.

Shadow Lodge

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The killer is the radiator that is smashed in and leaking coolant.


Aberzombie wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Or maybe not, can't say I've heard about any Texas moose. But you never know.
Texas mooses are cunning and sneaky beasts.
I don't think they actually have moose down in Texas.

They are so sneaky and cunning that no one ever sees one until it is too late.

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Not that it matters. Since everything is bigger in Texas, the deer are probably the same size as the moose.

How big must mooses grow there...

Scarab Sages

Good morning FAWTLY Folk! It's a bright, sunshiny day here in Philly. A bit cool at the moment, but supposed to get up to around 74 degF later. Huzzah!

Scarab Sages

Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
The killer is the radiator that is smashed in and leaking coolant.

Mmmmmm......coolant.

Scarab Sages

Woodraven wrote:
I will tempt you zombeh.

Mrgh?

Scarab Sages

Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:

As promised earlier, here is a link to the photo of my car for non facebook people.

the carnage

Note the tufts of fur in the bumper. It was a large deer.

Those little bastards sure do some damage. And these days the insurance companies do seem more willing to just go ahead and total the car. Back in '89 when I wrecked my Chevy Nova, they just rebuilt the damned thing. But 7 years ago, when I wrecked my Cavalier, they couldn't total it fast enough.

Scarab Sages

I've been fighting a cold for almost a week now and over the last few days my voice has gotten worse and worse. It's getting to the point that I'm trying to avoid speaking.

The people around me are thrilled.

Scarab Sages

Seriously! I've even seen Pom-poms being used.

Scarab Sages

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The other night at dinner, Charlie was misbehaving.

Wife: You little booger.

Charlie: I not booger. I Charlie.

Scarab Sages

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And yesterday at daycare he farted, then proudly announced he had done so to the teacher.

I was so proud.

Scarab Sages

Bye for now.


Aberzombie wrote:
Good morning FAWTLY Folk! It's a bright, sunshiny day here in Philly. A bit cool at the moment, but supposed to get up to around 74 degF later. Huzzah!

boo!!!


Aberzombie wrote:

I've been fighting a cold for almost a week now and over the last few days my voice has gotten worse and worse. It's getting to the point that I'm trying to avoid speaking.

The people around me are thrilled.

YAY!!!


Aberzombie wrote:
Seriously! I've even seen Pom-poms being used.

whoops! adjusts pants not sure how that happened...


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Really, website I went onto to read an article about how women politician's clothes are analysed - you illustrate a link to an article about the top 40 erotic films and books with a still from Eyes Wide Shut... which is about as erotic as hayfever.


Never watched that one.

Scarab Sages

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Freehold DM wrote:
Aberzombie wrote:
Good morning FAWTLY Folk! It's a bright, sunshiny day here in Philly. A bit cool at the moment, but supposed to get up to around 74 degF later. Huzzah!
boo!!!

See, it's that attitude that makes me a supporter of global warming.

RPG Superstar 2012

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Kajehase wrote:
Really, website I went onto to read an article about how women politician's clothes are analysed - you illustrate a link to an article about the top 40 erotic films and books with a still from Eyes Wide Shut... which is about as erotic as hayfever.

Misery was more erotic...

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Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:

As promised earlier, here is a link to the photo of my car for non facebook people.

the carnage

Note the tufts of fur in the bumper. It was a large deer.

Your assassin was trying to make it look natural.

RPG Superstar 2012

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The nicest monster I've done yet for Frightful Fridays!


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I like!

Between all these aquatic monsters and Cerulean Seas I might just be able to do an undersea campaign one day.


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taig wrote:
The nicest monster I've done yet for Frightful Fridays!

Like an underwater unicorn...


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Hadley Freeman's ten signs (actually nine - sloppy copyediting) you are having a non-awesome date (possibly autobiographical [to her, not me. Well, maybe the sixth and the last ones.])

• The date ends so early you stop off in Topshop on your way home, slightly drunk and buy a dress.

• As you walk into the restaurant for this first date, his face falls. "Oh," he says. "I thought you were the other one."

• "I don't mean to sound racist but…"

• Somewhere in between the first and second course, it transpires that he once slept with your sister.

• You turn up, as primped and preened as a shih tzu at Crufts, only to realise he not only saw this as just a friendly coffee, but brought his girlfriend along to boot.

• He starts crying halfway through and you find yourself reassuring him that you're sure he'll get back together with his ex-girlfriend as they're obviously meant to be together (yes, just like Steve Guttenberg does at the beginning of Three Men And A Baby – exactly that. You are Steve Guttenberg).

• "You want to go home now? Man, Jews always leave early, don't you?"

• You have to wash your face when you get home because it is sticky with his slobbery saliva from when he licked your face. Literally, licked your face.

• "You're how old and you're still single? Tick tock tick tock!"


Fifth. With him replaced with her and girlfriend replaced with future boyfriend.


To the last one, we can only grin wickedly and answer, we are males, we have all the time in the world until we lose interest anyway.


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I pray eight will never, ever occur to me or anyone I know.

And "Eight" is spelled really weirdly. English!

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I cannot tell you how many dates ended with me buying a dress!


taig wrote:
I cannot tell you how many dates ended with me buying a dress!

You can't or you won't tell? :P


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taig wrote:
I cannot tell you how many dates ended with me buying a dress!

But was it in Topshop?

Disclaimer:
There are other high street chains of clothes shops available

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Drejk wrote:
taig wrote:
I cannot tell you how many dates ended with me buying a dress!
You can't or you won't tell? :P

Yes. :)

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Kajehase wrote:
taig wrote:
I cannot tell you how many dates ended with me buying a dress!

But was it in Topshop?

** spoiler omitted **

I'd never heard of Topshop. It's on the list now.


Discovered to my shock that long time artist Quinton Hoover had passed away in early morning of Saturday.

his likes will never grace MtG or the RPG industry again.


=(


BluePigeon wrote:

Discovered to my shock that long time artist Quinton Hoover had passed away in early morning of Saturday.

his likes will never grace MtG or the RPG industry again.

isn't he the one that drew for l5r?

Silver Crusade

Morning, all. What did I miss?

Silver Crusade

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Nothing like starting out my job with 3 rounds of public speaking in front of an audience of 40 people and my boss on the second day. Apparently, the boss was extremely impressed however, since I only watched her give the presentation twice and then delivered it without missing a single talking point. Yay me!

One of the presentations (which I did not give, my boss did) was translated into Polish. It made me think of Drejk.


Celestial Healer wrote:
One of the presentations (which I did not give, my boss did) was translated into Polish. It made me think of Drejk.

Awww...


Gratz =)


I am going for a shopping... What are the chances that it will start raining on me?

Scarab Sages

Had a nice lunch with the co-workers today, saying goodbye to one of our own. Not sure if I mentioned it, but one of the younger guys was contacted about a job through Linkedin and accpeted a position at the companies facility in Allentown.

Scarab Sages

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I have a Linkedin account now......

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