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Bitter Thorn wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Orthos wrote:

Sounds like my niece (Ebon's daughter), except it's "Mine?" or "Give!" or of course "Mom!" in her case.

She tends to be talkative enough to be heard when we're on Skype. =)

She also seems to really like the computer mouse.
Is she still in the "everything goes straight to the mouth" phase?

"how can I know its food if I don't taste it?"


Nekkid food exploration!


Celestial Healer wrote:

I got a falafel pita for $2.

$2!

It was good, too!

Sometimes, I think this city just likes to mess with my head.

Expensive food. Expensive food. $2 PITA! Expensive food...

DOOD! Did you go to Cheep's in the village? That place has a line around the block most nights, they givepomme frite a run for their money.


Also CH, I know we are supposed to hang out soon but I can't remember when. If so, can this place be on the visiting list?


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Bitter Thorn wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Orthos wrote:

Sounds like my niece (Ebon's daughter), except it's "Mine?" or "Give!" or of course "Mom!" in her case.

She tends to be talkative enough to be heard when we're on Skype. =)

She also seems to really like the computer mouse.
Is she still in the "everything goes straight to the mouth" phase?

This was a couple of years back...

So my nephew, who was about 4 or 5 at the time, is best friends with a little girl who is about a year or so younger than him.

At a Birthday party for my nephew, I was chatting with the little girl's parents, who were remarking that while they were having a fairly easy time potty-training her, getting her to wash her hands afterwards was not going very well. They had explained to her that when you use the bathroom, you can get germs on your hands, so it is important to wash them right afterwards, everytime. And yet consistently, she would be so eager to get back to playing that she would skip the handwashing.

Sure enough, right on cue, the little girl comes running up to her parents.

Dad: "And where you have been, hmm?"

Little Girl: "Using the potty!"

Mom: "Did you put the seat down, after?"

Little Girl: "Yes!"

Dad: "Did you wash your hands, after?"

Little Girl: "No, I didn' use my hands so noooo washing!"

Mom: "Wait...you didn't use your hands at all? How did you get the seat back down?"

Little Girl: "With my mouth!"

Dad: "..."

Mom: "..."

Dad: "...you didn't really use your mouth, did you?"

Little Girl: "...um...no..."

Mom & Dad stare at her.

Little Girl: "...yes."

In the meantime, I excuse myself to go outside and laugh so hard that I thought I was going to pass out.


Freehold DM wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Orthos wrote:

Sounds like my niece (Ebon's daughter), except it's "Mine?" or "Give!" or of course "Mom!" in her case.

She tends to be talkative enough to be heard when we're on Skype. =)

She also seems to really like the computer mouse.
Is she still in the "everything goes straight to the mouth" phase?
"how can I know its food if I don't taste it?"

:D


Lamontius wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Orthos wrote:

Sounds like my niece (Ebon's daughter), except it's "Mine?" or "Give!" or of course "Mom!" in her case.

She tends to be talkative enough to be heard when we're on Skype. =)

She also seems to really like the computer mouse.
Is she still in the "everything goes straight to the mouth" phase?

This was a couple of years back...

So my nephew, who was about 4 or 5 at the time, is best friends with a little girl who is about a year or so younger than him.

At a Birthday party for my nephew, I was chatting with the little girl's parents, who were remarking that while they were having a fairly easy time potty-training her, getting her to wash her hands afterwards was not going very well. They had explained to her that when you use the bathroom, you can get germs on your hands, so it is important to wash them right afterwards, everytime. And yet consistently, she would be so eager to get back to playing that she would skip the handwashing.

Sure enough, right on cue, the little girl comes running up to her parents.

Dad: "And where you have been, hmm?"

Little Girl: "Using the potty!"

Mom: "Did you put the seat down, after?"

Little Girl: "Yes!"

Dad: "Did you wash your hands, after?"

Little Girl: "No, I didn' use my hands so noooo washing!"

Mom: "Wait...you didn't use your hands at all? How did you get the seat back down?"

Little Girl: "With my mouth!"

Dad: "..."

Mom: "..."

Dad: "...you didn't really use your mouth, did you?"

Little Girl: "...um...no..."

Mom & Dad stare at her.

Little Girl: "...yes."

In the meantime, I excuse myself to go outside and laugh so hard that I thought I was going to pass out.

LMFAO!!!

Shadow Lodge

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Equal parts SNERK and EWWWWWWWW

Sovereign Court

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Look on the bright side, she's building a killer immune system.


Lamontius wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Orthos wrote:

Sounds like my niece (Ebon's daughter), except it's "Mine?" or "Give!" or of course "Mom!" in her case.

She tends to be talkative enough to be heard when we're on Skype. =)

She also seems to really like the computer mouse.
Is she still in the "everything goes straight to the mouth" phase?

This was a couple of years back...

So my nephew, who was about 4 or 5 at the time, is best friends with a little girl who is about a year or so younger than him.

At a Birthday party for my nephew, I was chatting with the little girl's parents, who were remarking that while they were having a fairly easy time potty-training her, getting her to wash her hands afterwards was not going very well. They had explained to her that when you use the bathroom, you can get germs on your hands, so it is important to wash them right afterwards, everytime. And yet consistently, she would be so eager to get back to playing that she would skip the handwashing.

Sure enough, right on cue, the little girl comes running up to her parents.

Dad: "And where you have been, hmm?"

Little Girl: "Using the potty!"

Mom: "Did you put the seat down, after?"

Little Girl: "Yes!"

Dad: "Did you wash your hands, after?"

Little Girl: "No, I didn' use my hands so noooo washing!"

Mom: "Wait...you didn't use your hands at all? How did you get the seat back down?"

Little Girl: "With my mouth!"

Dad: "..."

Mom: "..."

Dad: "...you didn't really use your mouth, did you?"

Little Girl: "...um...no..."

Mom & Dad stare at her.

Little Girl: "...yes."

In the meantime, I excuse myself to go outside and laugh so hard that I thought I was going to pass out.

never underestimate a child's inventiveness. Yoda wasn't kidding when he said we should have minds like children.


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Children...

I still fondly remember playing with a AC plug that had severed cord and gave a jolt when plugged into socket.

*bzzzt*

That was fun.

Regretfully parents took it away from me and my brother.


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Lamontius wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Orthos wrote:

Sounds like my niece (Ebon's daughter), except it's "Mine?" or "Give!" or of course "Mom!" in her case.

She tends to be talkative enough to be heard when we're on Skype. =)

She also seems to really like the computer mouse.
Is she still in the "everything goes straight to the mouth" phase?

This was a couple of years back...

So my nephew, who was about 4 or 5 at the time, is best friends with a little girl who is about a year or so younger than him.

At a Birthday party for my nephew, I was chatting with the little girl's parents, who were remarking that while they were having a fairly easy time potty-training her, getting her to wash her hands afterwards was not going very well. They had explained to her that when you use the bathroom, you can get germs on your hands, so it is important to wash them right afterwards, everytime. And yet consistently, she would be so eager to get back to playing that she would skip the handwashing.

Sure enough, right on cue, the little girl comes running up to her parents.

Dad: "And where you have been, hmm?"

Little Girl: "Using the potty!"

Mom: "Did you put the seat down, after?"

Little Girl: "Yes!"

Dad: "Did you wash your hands, after?"

Little Girl: "No, I didn' use my hands so noooo washing!"

Mom: "Wait...you didn't use your hands at all? How did you get the seat back down?"

Little Girl: "With my mouth!"

Dad: "..."

Mom: "..."

Dad: "...you didn't really use your mouth, did you?"

Little Girl: "...um...no..."

Mom & Dad stare at her.

Little Girl: "...yes."

In the meantime, I excuse myself to go outside and laugh so hard that I thought I was going to pass out.

"But the doggy drinks out of it, so it's gotta be safe!"

Shadow Lodge

*SNEEEEEEERRRRRRRRKKKKK*


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Kajehase wrote:
Oh yeah!

Of course, the one I was looking for was this one.

All super-hero movies should be set in the 1970's from now on.


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Fun fact! There exist people I have not yet convinced that I should be barred from parenting!

The Exchange

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I so wish they could go back and remake the original movies with the 70's set piece.


Drejk wrote:

Children...

I still fondly remember playing with a AC plug that had severed cord and gave a jolt when plugged into socket.

*bzzzt*

That was fun.

Regretfully parents took it away from me and my brother.

COOL! You could have used it for a realistic demonstration of shocking grasp when playing!


Scintillae wrote:
Fun fact! There exist people I have not yet convinced that I should be barred from parenting!

I think you would be a kickass parent. Primarily because you would kick the ass of the other parents.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
Fun fact! There exist people I have not yet convinced that I should be barred from parenting!
I think you would be a kickass parent. Primarily because you would kick the ass of the other parents.

You are aware that my kneejerk reaction to people asking me if I want kids is to either decline because I'm watching calories or ask if they have soy sauce?

I like kids. I don't want kids.


Also most parents would have half a foot on me easily and win the fight by virtue of sitting on me.

Silver Crusade

FHDM, it was Pita Grill on 9th ave near 52nd St. I think they are normally $3, but there was a special.

We could go there if you want, depending on whether there is other stuff we want to do in Hell's Kitchen.


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if a fight ends with a parent sitting on you
i am not sure it was really ever a fight to begin with


Freehold DM wrote:
Drejk wrote:

Children...

I still fondly remember playing with a AC plug that had severed cord and gave a jolt when plugged into socket.

*bzzzt*

That was fun.

Regretfully parents took it away from me and my brother.

COOL! You could have used it for a realistic demonstration of shocking grasp when playing!

More of a jolt actually from my experience. Never mind that AC was 220 V with a lethal current.

The Exchange

I did that to end a fight once. Sat on her. I could have swung but damnit I did not like hitting a woman and wrapping her up like a pretzel and using her as a chair was much more humiliating. Damn psycho neighbors

Silver Crusade

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Treppa!

Your comment about listing the furniture on Craigslist inspired me to look for movers on Craigslist. I found some and they are cheap. I don't know if I would trust them for a major long distance move, but to haul a few pieces across town they will be perfect.

Silver Crusade

In other news, I think my work might have blocked Paizo. I am on my phone now.

My bosses wouldn't care, but some IT person in California might have seen the hit and decided to block it. I hope that is not the case.


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CH...
"Craig's List Movers" I'm pretty sure is just another way of saying "What I do when not doing Meth"

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Little ball of Chaos

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Stab Stab Stab


Celestial Healer wrote:

Treppa!

Your comment about listing the furniture on Craigslist inspired me to look for movers on Craigslist. I found some and they are cheap. I don't know if I would trust them for a major long distance move, but to haul a few pieces across town they will be perfect.

Cool


Celestial Healer wrote:

In other news, I think my work might have blocked Paizo. I am on my phone now.

My bosses wouldn't care, but some IT person in California might have seen the hit and decided to block it. I hope that is not the case.

dammit!! Here's hoping they unblock it soon.


Bitter Thorn wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:

Treppa!

Your comment about listing the furniture on Craigslist inspired me to look for movers on Craigslist. I found some and they are cheap. I don't know if I would trust them for a major long distance move, but to haul a few pieces across town they will be perfect.

Cool

+1.

Still, I would like to have had a courier adventure moving your stuff. The random encounters alone would have been awesome!


BTW, FHDM, we played table top battle tech at Tim's Saturday night. I haven't done that in about a decade. :)


Bitter Thorn wrote:
BTW, FHDM, we played table top battle tech at Tim's Saturday night. I haven't done that in about a decade. :)

I trust The Republic Of The Sphere was represented.....right?

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Damn I miss playing Battle tech.


Would love to get a game of mechwarrior online going but i cant afford a computer that can run it.


Freehold DM wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
BTW, FHDM, we played table top battle tech at Tim's Saturday night. I haven't done that in about a decade. :)
I trust The Republic Of The Sphere was represented.....right?

We just put a couple of lances on the map and had at it. We tried to teach his sons how to play, but attention span is a challenge.

Anything we do for a campaign (if that happens) would be pre dark ages.


Freehold DM wrote:
Would love to get a game of mechwarrior online going but i cant afford a computer that can run it.

I wasn't even able to download it. I haven't played any kind of video game in almost a decade.

Tim plays a ton of MW online. I think it's in open Beta right now.


Bitter Thorn wrote:
Treppa wrote:

Made it to Denver a couple of days ago and have been struggling with the altitude and catching up on sleep ever since.

** spoiler omitted **...

Good hydration helps with adjusting to the altitude.

Welcome to Colorado!

Thank you! And if you're in Colorado Springs, try to stay dry. Is it still flooding there?


Celestial Healer wrote:

Treppa!

Your comment about listing the furniture on Craigslist inspired me to look for movers on Craigslist. I found some and they are cheap. I don't know if I would trust them for a major long distance move, but to haul a few pieces across town they will be perfect.

Sweet! Just keep an eye on 'em. Preferably two.


Roar, and wharrgarbl, and all that.


I feel kind of ticked off now. My former DM (the one playing the Wizard in Kingmaker currently) clearly isn't willing to ease up with regards to homebrew material, even when I've shown to be far more generous than him as a DM (when it comes to options, official or otherwise) and that doing so has only brought positive feedback on the table. I'll probably calm down soon enough, though currently I feel like I should either take away all the stuff I planned on giving him, or just killing his character outright.

Why should I be so lenient with him if he won't do the same to me?


Point that out?


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You guys, Cosmo ate all the tacos.


... or was it the tacos caused the Worldwound?


Or perhaps the Worldwound spawned Cosmo?

I swear I read something about this just a bit ago...


Scintillae wrote:
Point that out?

I did so, and he proceeded to shrug. I'd say this is how I'd describe him right now.


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Treppa wrote:
Bitter Thorn wrote:
Treppa wrote:

Made it to Denver a couple of days ago and have been struggling with the altitude and catching up on sleep ever since.

** spoiler omitted **...

Good hydration helps with adjusting to the altitude.

Welcome to Colorado!

Thank you! And if you're in Colorado Springs, try to stay dry. Is it still flooding there?

The worst flooding seems to be on the west side where state and federal land managers utterly failed to remediate after after last years fires. The burn scars remain almost totally barren. Much of the top soil is now gone the problem has gotten worse. Now when it rains in the mountains and foothills it crashes down and overwhelms the man made drainage and the local creek. It can go from a trickle in the creek to 15+ feet in a matter of minutes.

Black Forest up north of me is having similar issues, but the terrain is not as steep, and much of the land is private so remediation efforts are less hampered.

I live south east of the Springs, and we have a very good combination of topography and drainage. Even the most violent rain I have seen doesn't come close to threatening the house.

Tornadoes, while rare in my neighborhood, are a different story.


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Living on the beach in SoCal, so all Lamontia and I really have to worry about are earthquakes and sharknados


I'm cold.


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go towards the light

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