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Silver Crusade

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Woot! I just found out Picarto works on mah phone!

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Rysky wrote:
Woot! I just found out Picarto works on mah phone!

The fact that I'm now clothesless while watching my erotic commission being sketched amuses me greatly.


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Rysky wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Woot! I just found out Picarto works on mah phone!
The fact that I'm now clothesless while watching my erotic commission being sketched amuses me greatly.

Can we tie in your other comments and assume you have commissioned erotic artwork of Cindy?

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gran rey de los nekkid wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Woot! I just found out Picarto works on mah phone!
The fact that I'm now clothesless while watching my erotic commission being sketched amuses me greatly.
Can we tie in your other comments and assume you have commissioned erotic artwork of Cindy?

Nah, I only commission stuff of mine and my friend's characters.

Ganassa did some good ones of her I believe though.


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Rysky wrote:

Got to play all of 20 minutes of FFXV yesterday. Liking it so far. The combat is more Dragon Age 2 + Devil May Cry than Kingdom Hearts, liking it though.

"BUTTON MASH!"

"... you know you can just hold the button down, right?"

"BLASPHEMY! THEY MUST FEEL EVERY BIT OF MY HATE."

Is this what final Fantasy has become? Sad.

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And for Freehold, they have Cindy.

Who?


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Rysky wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Woot! I just found out Picarto works on mah phone!
The fact that I'm now clothesless while watching my erotic commission being sketched amuses me greatly.

... Uh....


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I was hired at an erotic bakery, once.

Dark Archive

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Captain Yesterday Smith wrote:
I was hired at an erotic bakery, once.

That answers so many questions while simultaneously explaining so many things on so many levels.

Dark Archive

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Dedication

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Freehold DM wrote:
Rysky wrote:

Got to play all of 20 minutes of FFXV yesterday. Liking it so far. The combat is more Dragon Age 2 + Devil May Cry than Kingdom Hearts, liking it though.

"BUTTON MASH!"

"... you know you can just hold the button down, right?"

"BLASPHEMY! THEY MUST FEEL EVERY BIT OF MY HATE."

Is this what final Fantasy has become? Sad.

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And for Freehold, they have Cindy.
Who?

Oi, I like the Button Mashing.

And Cindy.


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Captain Yesterday Smurf wrote:
I was hired at an erotic bakery, once.

As a model for the baguettes?

Or croissants, or perhaps muffins?

Not that it's any of my business, of course.


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Rysky wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Rysky wrote:

Got to play all of 20 minutes of FFXV yesterday. Liking it so far. The combat is more Dragon Age 2 + Devil May Cry than Kingdom Hearts, liking it though.

"BUTTON MASH!"

"... you know you can just hold the button down, right?"

"BLASPHEMY! THEY MUST FEEL EVERY BIT OF MY HATE."

Is this what final Fantasy has become? Sad.

Quote:
And for Freehold, they have Cindy.
Who?

Oi, I like the Button Mashing.

And Cindy.

nothing compared to her

Silver Crusade

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Freehold DM wrote:
Rysky wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Rysky wrote:

Got to play all of 20 minutes of FFXV yesterday. Liking it so far. The combat is more Dragon Age 2 + Devil May Cry than Kingdom Hearts, liking it though.

"BUTTON MASH!"

"... you know you can just hold the button down, right?"

"BLASPHEMY! THEY MUST FEEL EVERY BIT OF MY HATE."

Is this what final Fantasy has become? Sad.

Quote:
And for Freehold, they have Cindy.
Who?

Oi, I like the Button Mashing.

And Cindy.

nothing compared to her

No contest :3

Grand Lodge

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This is why you don't compare the incomparable.

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*nods*


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Limeylongears wrote:
Captain Yesterday Smurf wrote:
I was hired at an erotic bakery, once.

As a model for the baguettes?

Or croissants, or perhaps muffins?

Not that it's any of my business, of course.

To be honest I never actually worked there as I was hired for landscaping right after I was hired at the bakery, and using skid loaders and jackhammers beats getting up at 3 to make penis cakes and boob rolls.

Also it paid two bucks an hour more than erotic baker.


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Life in a nutshell:

(1) Start Blue Apron service.
(2) After 2 months, cancel service because most of the recipes are poor.
(3) Receive and prepare final meals from service.
(4) Entire family agrees that final meals are excellent, and wonders whether or not cancellation was the right choice.

On the other hand, the first meal we ever cooked from Blue Apron, Sloppy Joes, so enamored Impus Minor that next week our very first non-Blue Apron cooking night together will be me taking them to Semifreddi's (a whole 100 yards from our house) for ciabatta, then the corner store for the rest of the ingredients, so they'll learn to plan a meal, make a shopping list, shop, and prepare the meal.

Probably even better than a delivery service. "What? You mean we have to figure out what we need on our own? And we have to WALK to the store to buy it? What are we? Neanderthals!?!?!?!"


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Captain Yesterday Smurf wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Captain Yesterday Smurf wrote:
I was hired at an erotic bakery, once.

As a model for the baguettes?

Or croissants, or perhaps muffins?

Not that it's any of my business, of course.

To be honest I never actually worked there as I was hired for landscaping right after I was hired at the bakery, and using skid loaders and jackhammers beats getting up at 3 to make penis cakes and boob rolls.

Also it paid two bucks an hour more than erotic baker.

that last is a true travesty.

Silver Crusade

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Freehold DM wrote:
Captain Yesterday wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Captain Yesterday wrote:
I was hired at an erotic bakery, once.

As a model for the baguettes?

Or croissants, or perhaps muffins?

Not that it's any of my business, of course.

To be honest I never actually worked there as I was hired for landscaping right after I was hired at the bakery, and using skid loaders and jackhammers beats getting up at 3 to make penis cakes and boob rolls.

Also it paid two bucks an hour more than erotic baker.

that last is a true travesty.

*nods*


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Rysky wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Captain Yesterday wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Captain Yesterday wrote:
I was hired at an erotic bakery, once.

As a model for the baguettes?

Or croissants, or perhaps muffins?

Not that it's any of my business, of course.

To be honest I never actually worked there as I was hired for landscaping right after I was hired at the bakery, and using skid loaders and jackhammers beats getting up at 3 to make penis cakes and boob rolls.

Also it paid two bucks an hour more than erotic baker.

that last is a true travesty.
*nods*

Considering it led to my true calling of working with stone, and driving heavy equipment I'm more than fine with it. :-)


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I did work at a risque coffee shop (I thought it was French) in Seattle.

Was hired as an apprentice swordsmith, but turned it down because they insisted I had to move to the town it was in which was also The General's home town, which she rightly refused to do.


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Now I get to go find the tree stand that gets left out in the yard all spring, summer, and fall before the snow hits this afternoon.

And then go get a disc sled for the kids.

Silver Crusade

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Heavy rain and tornado warning means the gym is pretty much dead. So I'm pretty much getting paid to watch Picarto today.


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I closed out the day making just over minimum wage. :-/ It was soooo slow. When I did get work, the tips were great, but man...so slow...


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I get to make sure the house is ready for the Christmas tree, which we'll most likely get when it snows later. It's a four block walk and through a tunnel under train tracks to the neighborhood store where they sell them.

Doesn't get more cliche then mom and dad walking the beagle while the kids carry the tree through snow. :-)


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The State Department notified me this morning that I have been issued a US passport. Perhaps it wasn't prudent to purchase a ticket to London before getting one, but no harm, no foul. I'll be good to go in January, and next time I buy international tickets on an impulse*, I'll already have a passport.

*Seriously, I clocked out to a 15 minute break at work noodling about maybe taking a train to a national park or even Canada, and clocked back in with airfare to London.


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Alright, what's on the shopping list for today.

Beef
Mittens
Cuties
Worcestershire Sauce
And a pepper.


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NobodysHome wrote:

Life in a nutshell:

(1) Start Blue Apron service.
(2) After 2 months, cancel service because most of the recipes are poor.
(3) Receive and prepare final meals from service.
(4) Entire family agrees that final meals are excellent, and wonders whether or not cancellation was the right choice.

On the other hand, the first meal we ever cooked from Blue Apron, Sloppy Joes, so enamored Impus Minor that next week our very first non-Blue Apron cooking night together will be me taking them to Semifreddi's (a whole 100 yards from our house) for ciabatta, then the corner store for the rest of the ingredients, so they'll learn to plan a meal, make a shopping list, shop, and prepare the meal.

Probably even better than a delivery service. "What? You mean we have to figure out what we need on our own? And we have to WALK to the store to buy it? What are we? Neanderthals!?!?!?!"

Huh. And here I always thought "Life in a nutshell" was always, "aargh! I'm in a nutshell! I got to get out of here, or else I will waste away, and rot!"


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Her, I mean, you know, after it's finished developing and has left the tree. Or whatever.


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Because, you know, before that, it's all like "yay! I'm in my nutshell! Notice how the Shell continues to grow with me, and protect me, and make me safe, and helps feed me, and all those other great things!"


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Didn't Nine Inch Nails do a video about that.


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I mean, you know, depending on what kind of life it is, and how sentient it is, and how metaphorical we're being, that may be a rough translation, at best, but I think that's the gist. Usually, anyway.


Captain Yesterday Surf wrote:
Didn't Nine Inch Nails do a video about that.

Don't know! Maybe!


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Tacticslion wrote:
I mean, you know, depending on what kind of life it is, and how sentient it is, and how metaphorical we're being, that may be a rough translation, at best, but I think that's the gist. Usually, anyway.

No, I'm pretty sure that one is Pink Floyd. :-)


Captain Yesterday Scurf wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:
I mean, you know, depending on what kind of life it is, and how sentient it is, and how metaphorical we're being, that may be a rough translation, at best, but I think that's the gist. Usually, anyway.
No, I'm pretty sure that one is Pink Floyd. :-)

Still don't know! Maybe!


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Captain Yesterday Oh No You Didn't wrote:

Alright, what's on the shopping list for today.

Beef
Mittens
Cuties
Worcestershire Sauce
And a pepper.

So the mittens are for fiber?

Otherwise I'm thinking orange peel beef...


Sharoth wrote:
That sucks. OTOH, the Steam Christmas sale is coming soon.

When is this?


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It's the holidays yo! Everyone's getting smurfed eventually. You're just putting off the inevitable. :-)


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Tacticslion wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
That sucks. OTOH, the Steam Christmas sale is coming soon.
When is this?

SOON!!! TM


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Captain Yesterday Scarf wrote:
It's the holidays yo! Everyone's getting served eventually. You're just putting off the inevitable. :-)

I love how you have a disgruntled angry face avatar.

That's... poetic.


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That said, if you want...

*smurf*

For you, sir. For you.


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Tacticslion wrote:

That said, if you want...

*<obscenity deleted>*

For you, sir. For you.

I figure he's only going to be happy if I try my best to avoid such things for as long as I can, only so he can take great joy when I finally but inevitably fail some late night after a 10-hour gaming session when I'm too tired to pay close attention...


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You're right, I haven't been mixing it up enough.


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NobodysHome wrote:
Captain Yesterday Oh No You Didn't wrote:

Alright, what's on the shopping list for today.

Beef
Mittens
Cuties
Worcestershire Sauce
And a pepper.

So the mittens are for fiber?

Otherwise I'm thinking orange peel beef...

You put the beef in the mittens and the pepper up your nose

The beef in the mittens and the pepper up your nose
The beef in the mittens and the pepper up your nose

You drink the Worcestershire sauce

You drink the Worcestershire sauce


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Captain Yesterday Smurf wrote:

Alright, what's on the shopping list for today.

Beef
Mittens
Cuties
Worcestershire Sauce
And a pepper.

Cuties?


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It's a brand of seedless tangerines. :-)

Did not get mittens, will have to shop around for those.


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Captain Yesterday The Most Annoying but Always Correct Thundercat wrote:
You're right, I haven't been mixing it up enough.

Fair enough. Fair enough.

(This is also the first one that autocorrect can't fix for me. Heh.)


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I could've sworn Panthero was always correct. I just thought Snarf was there to act as jumper cables to jump start the Thundertank whenever it broke down, WHICH WASN'T HIS FAULT BY THE WAY!!! (#hanshotfirst)


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Must remember this for creating a monster later.

:
Hypnotic Extra-Dimensional Anus.

Misunderstandings like this are why every twelve year old should join a creative writing club.


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