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Do I want to rampage tonight or sort pawns for Iron Gods on Friday night...

Edit: naked spring hippy frolicking it is! wild card b&&~@es!!!

I hope I'm not the only devotee of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia to get the wild card line


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Die alien mutant hybrid scum! *zap-zap-zap*


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Okay, but only because you made the zap-zap sound.

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Orthos wrote:
Yeah, my GF and I were friends for almost a decade online before we started officially being in a relationship.

Wait, what? You have a GF? Is that recent?

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mourge40k wrote:

So, I think I may be done asking women out forever now. Did something a couple of hours ago that I don't think I can recover from.

So, as it turns out, the universe seems to hate me when it comes to asking people out on dates. Either that, or I'm just an unlikable person when it comes to the opposite sex. Regardless of the reason, I have a horrible, horrible streak of luck when it comes to getting people to go out with me. That's without figuring in me overcoming my own anxiety. However, this sometimes leads to me.... Missing some key details.

So, long story short.... I just asked out someone on the same day they got proposed to.

It lead to a quick rejection, I'm sure, but was anything really lost? Even on the day one gets engaged, it's still flattering to get hit on.

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Celestial Healer wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Yeah, my GF and I were friends for almost a decade online before we started officially being in a relationship.
Wait, what? You have a GF? Is that recent?

Um, sort of-ish? It's been about six or seven months.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Yeah, my GF and I were friends for almost a decade online before we started officially being in a relationship.
Wait, what? You have a GF? Is that recent?

It's been for a while, now.

Ooooorrrrr I could get ninja'd by Orthos. That's cool, too.


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He beat you by five minutes, poor ninja-ing, you have brought shame onto my family.


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Orthos wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Yeah, my GF and I were friends for almost a decade online before we started officially being in a relationship.
Wait, what? You have a GF? Is that recent?
Um, sort of-ish? It's been about six or seven months.

Wait, you aren't married with kids? I could have sworn you were married with kids.


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Nope, that's me.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Nope, that's me.

Hey, hey! *I'm* the Orthos look-alike here!

You're only the Orthos, "I finally managed to have more aliases than him"-alike...


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But... but... I'm closer in age and play NWN!


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Yeah, Orthos, why don't you ever talk about your kids, you been holding out on us. >:-(


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Drejk wrote:
Die alien mutant hybrid scum! *zap-zap-zap*

Poor alien mutant hybrid scum!!! What did they ever do to you. Other than invade the Earth and try to kill you?


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Yeah, my GF and I were friends for almost a decade online before we started officially being in a relationship.
Wait, what? You have a GF? Is that recent?
Um, sort of-ish? It's been about six or seven months.
Wait, you aren't married with kids? I could have sworn you were married with kids.

It's okay. All we southerner conservatives look alike... ;)


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NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Nope, that's me.

Hey, hey! *I'm* the Orthos look-alike here!

You're only the Orthos, "I finally managed to have more aliases than him"-alike...

But I clearly look like Orthos!


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captain yesterday wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Nope, that's me.

Hey, hey! *I'm* the Orthos look-alike here!

You're only the Orthos, "I finally managed to have more aliases than him"-alike...

But I clearly look like Orthos!

Not as much as I do!

CY >:(:
Dang it, man, ninja'ing all over the place like that! I had to delete and rewrite this joke three times, what with your avatar-switching and all! Besides! You can't make one joke, then the opposite of that joke, and then go back to the first again! After all, I can only favorite things once! Jerk! ;P

EDIT: PICK A PIC AND KEEP IT. >:(

;P

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Not married and definitely no kids, both the GF and I are ace and both have absolutely no interest in being parents.


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Drejk wrote:
Die alien mutant hybrid scum! *zap-zap-zap*

They did say that they would be gentle with the rectal probes, so I doubt you are upset about that.


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We've learned all we can from rectal probing.

please stop trying to volunteer!!


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Ra, Alien Overlord wrote:

We've learned all we can from rectal probing.

please stop trying to volunteer!!

But you said you liked being probed! I am sorry that I was so rough with you. I will try to be gentle next time I probe you!


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All need a good probing now and then, it builds character


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Cosmoquest.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Yeah, my GF and I were friends for almost a decade online before we started officially being in a relationship.
Wait, what? You have a GF? Is that recent?
Um, sort of-ish? It's been about six or seven months.
Wait, you aren't married with kids? I could have sworn you were married with kids.
It's okay. All we southerner conservatives look alike... ;)

Something tells me you'd say the same of us West Coast Liberals.


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
It's okay. All we southerner conservatives look alike... ;)
Something tells me you'd say the same of us West Coast Liberals.

On the internet, we all look the same.

Like faceless blobs.


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In weather news, they have now issued a blizzard warning for the area, and say we may get up to a foot of heavy, wet snow. This is clearly all Freehold's fault, and I will deliver an appropriate punishment as soon as I can arrange the ultimate Whedon/Brown mashup.


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gran rey de los surround sound wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
It's okay. All we southerner conservatives look alike... ;)
Something tells me you'd say the same of us West Coast Liberals.

On the internet, we all look the same.

Like faceless blobs.

Look? This is who we are!


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gran rey de los surround sound wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
It's okay. All we southerner conservatives look alike... ;)
Something tells me you'd say the same of us West Coast Liberals.

On the internet, we all look the same.

Like faceless blobs.

We don't ALL look like faceless blobs thank you...

I look like a winking Empress Ameiko on here.
:p

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Nat 20 on Handle Animal roll or 1/6th of Captain Yesterday's Avatar's tacking a group pic


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
In weather news, they have now issued a blizzard warning for the area, and say we may get up to a foot of heavy, wet snow. This is clearly all Freehold's fault, and I will deliver an appropriate punishment as soon as I can arrange the ultimate Whedon/Brown mashup.

But you have to make him see it... Perhaps put it on every billboard in his area, and on every radio/TV station? Make it such an event that even Freeholds friends can't stop talking about it to him.

~evil wink~


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Aranna wrote:
gran rey de los surround sound wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
It's okay. All we southerner conservatives look alike... ;)
Something tells me you'd say the same of us West Coast Liberals.

On the internet, we all look the same.

Like faceless blobs.

We don't ALL look like faceless blobs thank you...

I look like a winking Empress Ameiko on here.
:p

Sorry, all I see are faceless blobs. It helps me remain objective. Also, I had my glasses off, and without them I can see like 3 inches before everything becomes faceless blobs.


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Aranna wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
In weather news, they have now issued a blizzard warning for the area, and say we may get up to a foot of heavy, wet snow. This is clearly all Freehold's fault, and I will deliver an appropriate punishment as soon as I can arrange the ultimate Whedon/Brown mashup.

But you have to make him see it... Perhaps put it on every billboard in his area, and on every radio/TV station? Make it such an event that even Freeholds friends can't stop talking about it to him.

~evil wink~

If I could pull off the ultimate Whedon/Brown mashup, I would gladly fly to New York, kidnap Freehold by promising him Bonchon and bubble tea, and force him to watch it over and over Clockwork Orange style.

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Litreally a fucton


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
In weather news, they have now issued a blizzard warning for the area, and say we may get up to a foot of heavy, wet snow. This is clearly all Freehold's fault, and I will deliver an appropriate punishment as soon as I can arrange the ultimate Whedon/Brown mashup.

Whedon and Brown taking each other on in a fight to the death sounds wonderful.

Here, have more snow.


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Aranna wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
In weather news, they have now issued a blizzard warning for the area, and say we may get up to a foot of heavy, wet snow. This is clearly all Freehold's fault, and I will deliver an appropriate punishment as soon as I can arrange the ultimate Whedon/Brown mashup.

But you have to make him see it... Perhaps put it on every billboard in his area, and on every radio/TV station? Make it such an event that even Freeholds friends can't stop talking about it to him.

~evil wink~

I survived the Avengers movie being the same week as a friend's good eats marathon, I can survive this too.


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gran rey de los stereo wrote:
Aranna wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
In weather news, they have now issued a blizzard warning for the area, and say we may get up to a foot of heavy, wet snow. This is clearly all Freehold's fault, and I will deliver an appropriate punishment as soon as I can arrange the ultimate Whedon/Brown mashup.

But you have to make him see it... Perhaps put it on every billboard in his area, and on every radio/TV station? Make it such an event that even Freeholds friends can't stop talking about it to him.

~evil wink~

If I could pull off the ultimate Whedon/Brown mashup, I would gladly fly to New York, kidnap Freehold by promising him Bonchon and bubble tea, and force him to watch it over and over Clockwork Orange style.

this is why one of my teeth is a suicide pill.


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Yeah, no one should watch A Clockwork Orange.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Yeah, no one should watch A Clockwork Orange.

So you have no interest in seeing my Steampunk Fruit Bowl when I get done with it?


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Freehold DM wrote:
this is why one of my teeth is a suicide pill.

Thanks for telling me. Now I know to pull all your teeth out first.

Where did I put those pliers?


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I love this weather.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Yeah, no one should watch A Clockwork Orange.
So you have no interest in seeing my Steampunk Fruit Bowl when I get done with it?

It's not going to take me two hours or more to check it out, will it. If yes then no. :-)


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Tacticslion wrote:
I love this weather.

Does Florida have weather other then Sunny and not quite as humid (winter), sunny with a hundred percent chance of humidity (spring and summer) or HURRICANE (August).


captain yesterday wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
I love this weather.
Does Florida have weather other then Sunny and not quite as humid (winter), sunny with a hundred percent chance of humidity (spring and summer) or HURRICANE (August).

Yes.


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Usually, with our weather in February, they'll have the really nice days in the 7 day forecast at the end of the forecast. Then spend the whole month pushing it back, it's incredibly frustrating! This year, it's the opposite, it's been really nice the last week, every time I look at the 7 day forecast, there's temps in the 20s, just waiting at the end of the forecast. Yet, every day I look and it's pushed back another day.

I love you, El Nino winter!


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El Nino Winter Cap'n Yesterday wrote:

Usually, with our weather in February, they'll have the really nice days in the 7 day forecast at the end of the forecast. Then spend the whole month pushing it back, it's incredibly frustrating! This year, it's the opposite, it's been really nice the last week, every time I look at the 7 day forecast, there's temps in the 20s, just waiting at the end of the forecast. Yet, every day I look and it's pushed back another day.

I love you, El Nino winter!

shakes fist

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El Nino Winter Cap'n Yesterday wrote:

Usually, with our weather in February, they'll have the really nice days in the 7 day forecast at the end of the forecast. Then spend the whole month pushing it back, it's incredibly frustrating! This year, it's the opposite, it's been really nice the last week, every time I look at the 7 day forecast, there's temps in the 20s, just waiting at the end of the forecast. Yet, every day I look and it's pushed back another day.

I love you, El Nino winter!

Pretty much the same is happening here. Fairly consistent 60s/50s highs and 50s/40s lows. They keep predicting dipping into the 30s and 20s at night, but every time I check, it's been moved back. =D


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You know I used to absolutely love snow and cold... then I got a driveway. Removing all that white stuff endlessly from my driveway leached the fun out of the season.


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Florida winters are gorgeous. They're mildly crispy air with a strong wind but not really cold. It's grey, which many people hate, but I love. I love the grey cloudy days. I also love rain (if I'm not driving).


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How is driving in the rain different, I mean other then having to use wipers, I love driving in the rain. :-)

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captain yesterday wrote:
How is driving in the rain different, I mean other then having to use wipers, I love driving in the rain. :-)

It's extremely different. The road is slicker, meaning among other things you have to brake sooner to avoid skidding and you can't take as sharp of turns or make many sudden actions. Vision is obscured, which makes it harder to see things around you, especially at night. And those are just the first couple to jump to mind, there's many more.

And you get about an even split of idiots who continue driving without compensating for the rain's adjustments appropriately and idiots who overcompensate and go 20 miles under the speed limit because they're so terrified of a little water.

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