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We were woken up by a thunderstorm. In the Bay Area. They're amazingly rare; less than half a dozen in the last decade, and perhaps one or two in my lifetime before that (another 38 years).

Quite a spectacular way to wake up! Unfortunately, it must have been around 2:00 am, so NobodysWife disapproved. -5.

EDIT: And dancing nekkid in thunderstorms is a time-honored family tradition!


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That would certainly be a shocking sight.


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If this weather is wrong, I don't wanna be right!


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Maw! I'd seen'd it agin!

Why's if it weren't for these gawl-danged thunderboomers I'd done prove it to ya but good.

Shadow Lodge

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thegreenteagamer wrote:
If this weather is wrong, I don't wanna be right!

I concur. It's a lovely 62* and overcast right now with no rain in sight for three more days.


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Ah, the things you end up saying as a parent that you never, ever in your life imagined saying:

NH: Impus Major, come here please.
IM: Yeah?
NH: See this? It's a new apple season, and these are "Pink Lady" apples. They are called that because they are pink inside. When you bite into this apple, it will be pink. It is NOT poison! Please keep this in mind.
IM: OK. Thanks, Dad!

Nothing like having to reassure your hopelessly-underweight son about every possible unusual food situation.

And the sad thing? Once he knows it's not poison, he'll eat anything. Beef tongue, snails, raw oysters, pate, crickets, whatever. As long as he knows it's not poisonous, he'll eat it.


Why is that sad? A not picky eater is a great thing!


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thegreenteagamer wrote:
If this weather is wrong, I don't wanna be right!

this is 60+ degree weather in December, not cunnilingus!


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NobodysHome wrote:

Ah, the things you end up saying as a parent that you never, ever in your life imagined saying:

NH: Impus Major, come here please.
IM: Yeah?
NH: See this? It's a new apple season, and these are "Pink Lady" apples. They are called that because they are pink inside. When you bite into this apple, it will be pink. It is NOT poison! Please keep this in mind.
IM: OK. Thanks, Dad!

Nothing like having to reassure your hopelessly-underweight son about every possible unusual food situation.

And the sad thing? Once he knows it's not poison, he'll eat anything. Beef tongue, snails, raw oysters, pate, crickets, whatever. As long as he knows it's not poisonous, he'll eat it.

I like this kid!


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Freehold DM wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:
If this weather is wrong, I don't wanna be right!
this is 60+ degree weather in December, not cunnilingus!

You can't have both?


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I still think the first guy to pick up an oyster and say "I think I'll eat this" must have been truly starving.


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You know you need a life when your four year old is watching toy reviews for action figures on YouTube, and you think to yourself "I can play with toys better then that guy!"


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Treppa wrote:
I still think the first guy to pick up an oyster and say "I think I'll eat this" must have been truly starving.

I think the same thing about the guy who looked at a potato and said;

"Man, I REALLY need a (alcoholic) drink. I think I'll ferment this potato and see what I get!"

FYI- I am aware that a potato is one of the easiest things on earth to ferment. I only say this because I do NOT think that vodka is an especially tempting alcoholic beverage. :P

Sort of like the thought of eating uncooked oysters does not make me salivate. ;P


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The first guy to drink booze altogether:

"Well, that smells and tastes awful, and is clearly rotten. F*** it, let's see what happens!"


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By the time people started making vodka out of potatoes, the recipe for making vodka from grains was centuries old. It was just application of the knowledge: sugar = can be fermented and distilled into vodka.

Silver Crusade

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Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Morning, all. What did I miss?
the rightness of the weather.

FIFY

Silver Crusade

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NobodysHome wrote:

Ah, the things you end up saying as a parent that you never, ever in your life imagined saying:

NH: Impus Major, come here please.
IM: Yeah?
NH: See this? It's a new apple season, and these are "Pink Lady" apples. They are called that because they are pink inside. When you bite into this apple, it will be pink. It is NOT poison! Please keep this in mind.
IM: OK. Thanks, Dad!

Nothing like having to reassure your hopelessly-underweight son about every possible unusual food situation.

And the sad thing? Once he knows it's not poison, he'll eat anything. Beef tongue, snails, raw oysters, pate, crickets, whatever. As long as he knows it's not poisonous, he'll eat it.

Why would he think you would give him poison to eat?

Silver Crusade

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I do wonder about the person who invented brandy.

"Wine's good, but I'm not getting drunk fast enough. Let's put it through a distillery."


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Celestial Healer wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Ah, the things you end up saying as a parent that you never, ever in your life imagined saying:

NH: Impus Major, come here please.
IM: Yeah?
NH: See this? It's a new apple season, and these are "Pink Lady" apples. They are called that because they are pink inside. When you bite into this apple, it will be pink. It is NOT poison! Please keep this in mind.
IM: OK. Thanks, Dad!

Nothing like having to reassure your hopelessly-underweight son about every possible unusual food situation.

And the sad thing? Once he knows it's not poison, he'll eat anything. Beef tongue, snails, raw oysters, pate, crickets, whatever. As long as he knows it's not poisonous, he'll eat it.

Why would he think you would give him poison to eat?

Welcome to my universe!

If it's unfamiliar in any way, it's because someone poisoned it.

*SIGH*


Celestial Healer wrote:

I do wonder about the person who invented brandy.

"Wine's good, but I'm not getting drunk fast enough. Let's put it through a distillery."

That makes perfect sense to me.

Silver Crusade

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captain yesterday wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:
If this weather is wrong, I don't wanna be right!
this is 60+ degree weather in December, not cunnilingus!
You can't have both?

Reference:

Spoiler:
Doodlebug Anklebiter, FHDM, and CH at Lovecraft Bar.

DA is relating (and disagreeing with) a Sopranos reference about a guy saying he doesn't trust a guy who would "eat anything".

FHDM (loudly): "If cunnilingus is wrong, I don't want to be right!"

Random girl at the next table turns around and says: "So I'm just going to introduce myself..."


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Celestial Healer wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:
If this weather is wrong, I don't wanna be right!
this is 60+ degree weather in December, not cunnilingus!
You can't have both?

Reference:

** spoiler omitted **

This also makes perfect sense to me.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Morning, all. What did I miss?
the rightness of the weather.
FIFY

drunken madness.


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Celestial Healer wrote:

I do wonder about the person who invented brandy.

"Wine's good, but I'm not getting drunk fast enough. Let's put it through a distillery."

see, like I said. Drunken madness.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Ah, the things you end up saying as a parent that you never, ever in your life imagined saying:

NH: Impus Major, come here please.
IM: Yeah?
NH: See this? It's a new apple season, and these are "Pink Lady" apples. They are called that because they are pink inside. When you bite into this apple, it will be pink. It is NOT poison! Please keep this in mind.
IM: OK. Thanks, Dad!

Nothing like having to reassure your hopelessly-underweight son about every possible unusual food situation.

And the sad thing? Once he knows it's not poison, he'll eat anything. Beef tongue, snails, raw oysters, pate, crickets, whatever. As long as he knows it's not poisonous, he'll eat it.

Why would he think you would give him poison to eat?

Welcome to my universe!

If it's unfamiliar in any way, it's because someone poisoned it.

*SIGH*

On the plus side, at least this explains your SS's group's obsession with poison!


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captain yesterday wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:
If this weather is wrong, I don't wanna be right!
this is 60+ degree weather in December, not cunnilingus!
You can't have both?

Makes it less likely that your tongue'll freeze to it, I suppose.


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Tacticslion wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Ah, the things you end up saying as a parent that you never, ever in your life imagined saying:

NH: Impus Major, come here please.
IM: Yeah?
NH: See this? It's a new apple season, and these are "Pink Lady" apples. They are called that because they are pink inside. When you bite into this apple, it will be pink. It is NOT poison! Please keep this in mind.
IM: OK. Thanks, Dad!

Nothing like having to reassure your hopelessly-underweight son about every possible unusual food situation.

And the sad thing? Once he knows it's not poison, he'll eat anything. Beef tongue, snails, raw oysters, pate, crickets, whatever. As long as he knows it's not poisonous, he'll eat it.

Why would he think you would give him poison to eat?

Welcome to my universe!

If it's unfamiliar in any way, it's because someone poisoned it.

*SIGH*

On the plus side, at least this explains your SS's group's obsession with poison!

It would, *IF* he were the one that was suggesting it! It's always "Mr. Stereotype", who has a disturbing obsession with posioning large populations of natives.

Great. Now I'm on the DHS watch list. Ah, well. Had to happen eventually.


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I've finally decided to get my first tattoo. I will get the phrase "I'm sorry, but that's not my problem" inscribed on the inside of my left forearm, and read it anytime somebody asks me to help them with something.


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Hopefully he'll not work in water conservation, otherwise we're all f+!$ed.


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Celestial Healer wrote:

Reference:

** spoiler omitted **

My favorite story ever about such things was once again from my extremely blunt and intentionally-offensive friend.

NobodysHome's Offensive Story Time:

So he was at a bar on the road, thus in his suit and tie, and a woman walked up to him
Woman: So, how much do you make a year?
Friend: I make $170,000. Do you spit or swallow?
Woman: WHAT?!?!?!?!
Friend: I asked, "Do you spit or swallow?" Like when you're giving a guy a blow job, do you spit or swallow?
Woman: I... I... can't believe you just asked me that!
Friend: Oh, I'm sorry. I thought we were having a refreshingly honest conversation about two things we cared about.

She stormed off and told all of her friends about him, leaving him to finish his drink in peace.


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Seems a fair exchange. Asking someone how much money they make is about equally personal and rude, in my opinion.


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thegreenteagamer wrote:
Seems a fair exchange. Asking someone how much money they make is about equally personal and rude, in my opinion.

That was EXACTLY his opinion, and the reason he responded that way.


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NobodysHome wrote:


It would, *IF* he were the one that was suggesting it! It's always "Mr. Stereotype", who has a disturbing obsession with posioning large populations of natives.

Great. Now I'm on the DHS watch list. Ah, well. Had to happen eventually.

Hm... I still suspect a relation, through one direction or the other... :D


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Tacticslion wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:


It would, *IF* he were the one that was suggesting it! It's always "Mr. Stereotype", who has a disturbing obsession with posioning large populations of natives.

Great. Now I'm on the DHS watch list. Ah, well. Had to happen eventually.

Hm... I still suspect a relation, through one direction or the other... :D

With friends like that... He might just be prudent.


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I hadn't had enough games started so I installed Victor Vran and Shadowrun: Hong Kong. *sigh*

At least I finished main quest line in Borderlands 2.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Ah, the things you end up saying as a parent that you never, ever in your life imagined saying:

NH: Impus Major, come here please.
IM: Yeah?
NH: See this? It's a new apple season, and these are "Pink Lady" apples. They are called that because they are pink inside. When you bite into this apple, it will be pink. It is NOT poison! Please keep this in mind.
IM: OK. Thanks, Dad!

Nothing like having to reassure your hopelessly-underweight son about every possible unusual food situation.

And the sad thing? Once he knows it's not poison, he'll eat anything. Beef tongue, snails, raw oysters, pate, crickets, whatever. As long as he knows it's not poisonous, he'll eat it.

Why would he think you would give him poison to eat?

Welcome to my universe!

If it's unfamiliar in any way, it's because someone poisoned it.

*SIGH*

On the plus side, at least this explains your SS's group's obsession with poison!

It would, *IF* he were the one that was suggesting it! It's always "Mr. Stereotype", who has a disturbing obsession with posioning large populations of natives.

I fail to see the problem here.

Shadow Lodge

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Orthos wrote:
thegreenteagamer wrote:
If this weather is wrong, I don't wanna be right!
I concur. It's a lovely 62* and overcast right now with no rain in sight for three more days.

And it's up to 70* and partly cloudy and very breezy. Got to spend half my lunch break outside due to needing to make a quick shopping run and not feeling like coming back inside the office immediately. It was awesome.

It also means my drive tonight should be surprisingly pleasant. No worries of cold or rain.


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Uses an imaginary crank to raise up middle finger to flip off those warmth stealing bastards, Orthos and theblueandyellowmakesgreengamer.


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You can have some of it back come Summer. I'm gonna be a grumpy bastard then. Stupid humidity.

But for now I'm so happy!


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Too late! Plans have been made! Contracts sealed! I should get my revenge in 120-180 days, boy you guys are gonna regret f&$*ing wi.... Oh, g#%!*+n it!


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One hour later: I'm still waiting to get my computer fixed... which they will do for 139 extra freaking dollars to install off a disk that Inspent hours looking for. they have "made a special exception for me"... I am very appreciative about this.

EDIT: clarity and refinement and update


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On the way home from the other side of town

Pea Bear: La La La La La La La!

Tiny T-Rex: Na Na Na Na Na Na!

Pea Bear: Hey! lets do it together!

Tiny T-Rex: Yes! that'll annoy dad!

Together now: Na Na Na Na Na Na Na!

And people wonder why i don't stop talking at the grocery store, it's the only way i get some (relative) quiet time. :-)


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How do you hurry people along, without being an a~@+&%#, carry something really heavy seeming in one hand the whole time, saying "oh no, no problem at all" either guilt or machismo will take hold.

And I get a workout in the process, not to mention making them feel bad, which is always a plus, when you're making way below a living wage (which would make me angrier if I worked full time).


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Seeing people bicker and fight over what toys to get their kids, how many, and how much should they spend on it, really puts things in perspective. :-)

Life's too short for adults to fight and bicker over toys.


Hey, where is everyone?
Why are the paizo boards so dead?


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Electric Wizard wrote:

Hey, where is everyone?

Why are the paizo boards so dead?

Because we're all dead inside.


Did 5e finally kill off everyone's enthusiasm?


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David M Mallon wrote:
Electric Wizard wrote:

Hey, where is everyone?

Why are the paizo boards so dead?
Because we're all dead inside.

Tammy's dead on the outside.


The new Burger Knave at Powell Street has an armed security guard. They ain't f$+&ing around. We didn't even have that in San Jose.


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Tammy the Lich wrote:
David M Mallon wrote:
Electric Wizard wrote:

Hey, where is everyone?

Why are the paizo boards so dead?
Because we're all dead inside.
Tammy's dead on the outside.

So you talked to Tammy. What's it like to stare into the eye of Satan's b!&%%!&!?

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