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Crimson Jester wrote:
Afternoon all.

Bow before me.

Liberty's Edge

@Porcelain Throne

Best.
Alias.
Ever.

Silver Crusade

Studpuffin wrote:

@Porcelain Throne

Best.
Alias.
Ever.

I'm glad to hear it. I feel like half my aliases are only funny to me.

Like Jack the Stripper, who never gained much traction.

Liberty's Edge

Celestial Healer wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:

@Porcelain Throne

Best.
Alias.
Ever.

I'm glad to hear it. I feel like half my aliases are only funny to me.

Like Jack the Stripper, who never gained much traction.

Jack the Stripper is hilarious. For some reason, it makes me think of the guy from Three's company too, though.


Studpuffin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:

@Porcelain Throne

Best.
Alias.
Ever.

I'm glad to hear it. I feel like half my aliases are only funny to me.

Like Jack the Stripper, who never gained much traction.

Jack the Stripper is hilarious. For some reason, it makes me think of the guy from Three's company too, though.

Come and knock on our door.....

We've been waiting for you......
Where the kisses are hers and hers and his,
Three's company too.

Come and dance on on our floor......
Take a step that is new.....
We've a loveable space that needs your face,
Three's company too.

You'll see that life is a frolic and laughter is calling for you......
Down at our rendez-vous,
Three's company, too!!!!!!

Liberty's Edge

Looks carnivorous!
Edit: The Porcelain Throne, that is. Didn't want "Porcelain Throne" to be at the top of the page.


Porcelain Throne wrote:
Now to figure out how to use this alias...

Perfect for a thread dump!


What. A. Dick!

Don't ask me a question and then wander off while I am talking. F$*+ing Jerk. I hope you lay that stoopid rice burner down. Ass!


AGGGHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!

I would so rather you be outright rude than dismissive. Why are people so socially inept?

Clockwork Gnome Publishing

Celestial Healer wrote:

Hello, all. What did I miss?

Going to a nice dinner tonight for my birthday. I'm going to have crab legs.

Kinky. Have fun.

Clockwork Gnome Publishing

Studpuffin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:

@Porcelain Throne

Best.
Alias.
Ever.

I'm glad to hear it. I feel like half my aliases are only funny to me.

Like Jack the Stripper, who never gained much traction.

Jack the Stripper is hilarious. For some reason, it makes me think of the guy from Three's company too, though.

Now I am going to have that theme song stuck in my head.

Clockwork Gnome Publishing

Jack the Stripper wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:

@Porcelain Throne

Best.
Alias.
Ever.

I'm glad to hear it. I feel like half my aliases are only funny to me.

Like Jack the Stripper, who never gained much traction.

Jack the Stripper is hilarious. For some reason, it makes me think of the guy from Three's company too, though.

Come and knock on our door.....

We've been waiting for you......
Where the kisses are hers and hers and his,
Three's company too.

Come and dance on on our floor......
Take a step that is new.....
We've a loveable space that needs your face,
Three's company too.

You'll see that life is a frolic and laughter is calling for you......
Down at our rendez-vous,
Three's company, too!!!!!!

Ack! Then I see this....

Clockwork Gnome Publishing

I am supposed to be doing yard work, but John disappeared. Like magic.

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Rulebook Subscriber

Some of you may have already seen it but Everything is Illuminated (2005) is a great movie! Warning - could be considered to be a somewhat downer film depending upon your take. I see it more as a film about disparate people connecting, redemption and returning to your roots. We watched it last night on Netflix at my son's suggestion.

Silver Crusade

Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Some of you may have already seen it but Everything is Illuminated (2005) is a great movie! Warning - could be considered to be a somewhat downer film depending upon your take. I see it more as a film about disparate people connecting, redemption and returning to your roots. We watched it last night on Netflix at my son's suggestion.

I really enjoyed that movie.


Allen Taliesin wrote:
I am supposed to be doing yard work, but John disappeared. Like magic.

I was supposed to be doing yardwork, but then I remembered that Memorial Day Weekend is the Mecca of yardsaling ..

The Exchange

Studpuffin wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:

@Porcelain Throne

Best.
Alias.
Ever.

I'm glad to hear it. I feel like half my aliases are only funny to me.

Like Jack the Stripper, who never gained much traction.

Jack the Stripper is hilarious. For some reason, it makes me think of the guy from Three's company too, though.

Ah good, I am not the only one. Love Jack the Stripper.


Bumping for Divine Justice.

Hope everyone is well. And not getting buried in yardwork. Ah...con-do.

Liberty's Edge

Why was Jack the Stripper not in RHPS?


Celestial Healer wrote:
Bow before me.

*Sigh*

Yes, sir.


Allen Taliesin wrote:
I am supposed to be doing yard work, but John disappeared. Like magic.

I also know that spell. I use it to escape dishes.

Silver Crusade

Kobold Cleaver wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Bow before me.

*Sigh*

Yes, sir.

It's good to know one's place.


Π sign.

Liberty's Edge

I saw the sign, and it opened up my eyes... I saw the sign.


Typing from my smartphone and still not completely comfortable doing so in browser mode.

*I* want to go see Iron Maiden too. *sniff*

They are essentially my #1 favorite band. OF. ALL. TIME. EVER.

*sniff*


Woe to you, Oh Earth and Sea, for the Devil sends the
beast with wrath, because he knows the time is short...
Let him who hath understanding reckon the number of the
beast for it is a human number, its number is Six hundred and
sixty six.


Urizen wrote:

Typing from my smartphone and still not completely comfortable doing so in browser mode.

*I* want to go see Iron Maiden too. *sniff*

They are essentially my #1 favorite band. OF. ALL. TIME. EVER.

*sniff*

just back

they where great, well the songs from the new album not so much but as a friend said: "It was the f#!*ing best way one could play these bad songs"


Urizen wrote:

Typing from my smartphone and still not completely comfortable doing so in browser mode.

*I* want to go see Ace of Base too. *sniff*

They are essentially my #1 favorite band. OF. ALL. TIME. EVER.

*sniff*

Huh. Did not know that.

Clockwork Gnome Publishing

Patrick Curtin wrote:
Allen Taliesin wrote:
I am supposed to be doing yard work, but John disappeared. Like magic.
I was supposed to be doing yardwork, but then I remembered that Memorial Day Weekend is the Mecca of yardsaling ..

Oh yeah, I did not think of that. We went out for dim sum instead of working.


and for the first time ever a german event shirt, wooohoo,
since 20 years I am saying I want a Eddie in Lederhosen Shirt
they had a shirt with Eddie drinking Bier from a Masskrug, a blond Fräulein in Dirndel in omne arm, a Hamburg Repperbahn Hooker in the other arm before the Brandenburg Gate, the Ruhrgebiet Coalmines, the Deuitsche BAnk skyscrappers, a soccer ball and a german shepperd are on it as well

It looks totally ridiculous. i love it :-)


Sigh. I wish people would be more thoughtful with their timing. :-P

Clockwork Gnome Publishing

Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
Some of you may have already seen it but Everything is Illuminated (2005) is a great movie! Warning - could be considered to be a somewhat downer film depending upon your take. I see it more as a film about disparate people connecting, redemption and returning to your roots. We watched it last night on Netflix at my son's suggestion.

I need to see this. I had not heard it before this time. Thank you for passing it along.

Clockwork Gnome Publishing

Kruelaid wrote:
Allen Taliesin wrote:
I am supposed to be doing yard work, but John disappeared. Like magic.
I also know that spell. I use it to escape dishes.

He was the one who was excited about it. I had been avoiding it all day and when I finally decide to face my fate, he was gone. That is okay though, he came back in time for us to grab food.

Clockwork Gnome Publishing

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Sigh. I wish people would be more thoughtful with their timing. :-P

What did I do this time?


Allen Taliesin wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Sigh. I wish people would be more thoughtful with their timing. :-P
What did I do this time?

or was it me ?


off to bed

UP THE IRONS


It was just one of those things. I saw an opening, and I wasn't fast enough.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

Patrick Curtin wrote:

Woe to you, Oh Earth and Sea, for the Devil sends the

beast with wrath, because he knows the time is short...
Let him who hath understanding reckon the number of the
beast for it is a human number, its number is Six hundred and sixty six.

+1

;)


I'm having a great day. I think I'll go out and stab someone through the top of the head. Just for fun!

Paizo Employee Senior Software Developer

We haz kites! sm bought a kite with a 45 foot tail. And a thousand foot spool of line. "We might not need that much," she says. But you can never have too much rope.


This really lifted me up. Now I can go face the world with a smile.


Gary Teter wrote:
We haz kites! sm bought a kite with a 45 foot tail. And a thousand foot spool of line. "We might not need that much," she says. But you can never have too much rope.

Sweet. I love kites. In fact my kite collection is really the only "Chinese" thing I brought back from my China years. Hard to get a good high tech kite over there, though.

1000 feet. Not as much as it sounds.


Kruelaid wrote:
This really lifted me up. Now I can go face the world with a smile.

For the Kruel One

*Don't listen or watch near little kids, relatives who go to church, or old folks.


LOL

Resident evil.

The Exchange

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Urizen wrote:

Typing from my smartphone and still not completely comfortable doing so in browser mode.

*I* want to go see Ace of Base too. *sniff*

They are essentially my #1 favorite band. OF. ALL. TIME. EVER.

*sniff*

Huh. Did not know that.

It was not obvious??


Crimson Jester wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Urizen wrote:

Typing from my smartphone and still not completely comfortable doing so in browser mode.

*I* want to go see Ace of Base too. *sniff*

They are essentially my #1 favorite band. OF. ALL. TIME. EVER.

*sniff*

Huh. Did not know that.
It was not obvious??

Thank you, CrimJ. If this was a pity response, you needn't ever tell me.


Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Urizen wrote:

Typing from my smartphone and still not completely comfortable doing so in browser mode.

*I* want to go see Ace of Base too. *sniff*

They are essentially my #1 favorite band. OF. ALL. TIME. EVER.

*sniff*

Huh. Did not know that.

I saw the sign. All she wants is another baby. Call him Eddie.

Silver Crusade

Gary Teter wrote:
But you can never have too much rope.

Spoken like a true gamer.


aeglos wrote:
Urizen wrote:

Typing from my smartphone and still not completely comfortable doing so in browser mode.

*I* want to go see Iron Maiden too. *sniff*

They are essentially my #1 favorite band. OF. ALL. TIME. EVER.

*sniff*

just back

they where great, well the songs from the new album not so much but as a friend said: "It was the f+#$ing best way one could play these bad songs"

The new album is a grower, but there are some gems. Despite the chagrin of some era purists, there are some great songs to be played live since Dickinson and Smith returned for Brave New World.

The Exchange

Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Crimson Jester wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Urizen wrote:

Typing from my smartphone and still not completely comfortable doing so in browser mode.

*I* want to go see Ace of Base too. *sniff*

They are essentially my #1 favorite band. OF. ALL. TIME. EVER.

*sniff*

Huh. Did not know that.
It was not obvious??
Thank you, CrimJ. If this was a pity response, you needn't ever tell me.

Some days you guys make me laugh so damn hard I think I will cry...

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