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I eated barbecue sauce flavour pork scratchings and then drank what claimed to be Occult Black IPA, but certainly wasn't. I liked it.

EDIT: While danglin' free, and what more could you want?


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Kjeldorn wrote:

We also had this kringle., but without raisins.

This looks damn delicious!


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I think I'm just going to blow off most of family again this summer.


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We have a big f%!&ing pothole in the parking lot. So we put an orange barrel over it. Someone stole the barrel. So they have me put orange cones around it. Not even an hour later and someone has jammed all the cones into the big f$+#ing pothole and everyone has been driving over them.

G+#$+%n savages.


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Tacticslion wrote:
That... explains much of your gaming style, actually...
captain yesterday wrote:

And what style is that.

I'm genuinely curious, it's always fun to see how you're viewed through other people's perspective. :-)

And don't worry about being critical. I'm an adult, it's sunny out, I can handle it. :-)

Hah! I meant to respond to this, but don't think I did!

Mostly, it's a joking reference to your supposed rampage styles, though I was also thinking of your general use of things like Tammy, or tendency toward extremely zany (but fun-sounding) character concepts, as opposed to more serious ones.

(This isn't to say that you don't have serious ideas, just that most of your PF characters that I've seen - all that I remember - generally have a few completely and intentionally whacky or silly elements to themselves or their backstories or personal flare/style that is intentionally extreme.)

((Also, you said "Don't worry about being critical." but... I'm not, actually. Mostly I just enjoy your proposed character concepts. They fit right in with the general persona you've developed to display on the boards, here*.))

* Which may or may not reflect your normal (i.e. IRL) persona(s), and may differ in ways that are intentional or unintentional - people adopt a persona when they post, myself included. I mean, I'm a pompous windbag in real life (my wife can attest how much I'll nerd over people, and how enthusiastic I can be about things), but I tend to unintentionally present myself differently on forums than I do to, say, my children, my wife, my TKD people, and so on. "Mode switching." and all that. I'm still generally enthusiastic and, I hope, friendly, though! XD


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Just heard on the news that Greg Allman, from the Allman Brothers band, has died.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Aw, s##*. I'm meeting my Dad's girlfriend and I have no frame of reference for this social situation.
Watch any sitcom from the last twenty five years, they all deal with this exact situation.

Well, that was strange, awkward, and uncomfortable. I don't even know what to make of her, I can't get past my Dad having any sort of romantic life.


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Wow. I forgot how big basketball is in Chinese-American culture. I can't tell if the neighborhood kids are playing a game or trying to kill each other right now.


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Wow... it's amazing and depressing watching certain things you always relied on going down the tubes because "cheaper is always better".

As I've mentioned, I've been cooking for 38+ years. For a good 15 of those years, I was doing 3-4 chicken stir frys a week, because it was what my family liked. Years ago, I did a lot of chicken stir frys for the kids. I stopped mainly due to my own time constraints, and due to our discovery of the charcuterie at the Farmer's Market.

So a few times now, I've tried to make stir frys recently. As always, using Foster Farms frozen chicken breasts from Costco.

And the things now contain so much brine that it's impossible to make a stir fry with them.

The last two times, I thought it might have just been something *I* was doing wrong. So this time I didn't add any liquid or salt; I just cooked up the chicken with some onions and olive oil. And the wok filled with liquid; enough to completely submerge the chicken! And it was so salty I worried about the ability of the rice to offset the salinity...
...all in a dish where I'd added no liquids and no salt.

Sheesh, Foster Farms, do you think you could use a little less brine?

(It'll be costly, but the corner store sells organic unbrined Rocky chicken breasts at $8/pound. Compare that to $3/pound for chicken that seems to be nearly half water and the rest salt, and it suddenly seems like a bargain...)


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I just buy chicken at Trader Joe's, but I get thighs or drumsticks. Don't much understand the appeal of white meat.


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Why do elephants paint their toenails red? So they can hide in cherry trees.


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That's right! I'm BACK!! Punleash the Crackin!!!


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What's a foot long and slippery? A slipper!


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How did the hipster burn his mouth? He ate his pizza before it was cool!


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What's the difference between an oral thermometer and a rectal one? The taste!


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What's red and goes up and down? A tomato in an elevator!


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Why can't you hear a pterodactyl go to the bathroom? Because the P is silent!


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My roommate told me my clothes looked gay. I said, "Well, they did just come out of the closet".


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What did the green grape say to the purple grape? BREATHE, MAN, BREATHE!!!


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Never criticize someone until you've walked a mile in their shoes. That way you're a mile away and have their shoes.


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What do Alexander the Great and Winnie the Pooh have in common? They share the same middle name.


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I didn't believe the highway department when they said my Dad was a thief, but when I got home all the signs were there.


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My grandfather died peacefully in his sleep. Unlike the passengers in his car.


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Why did the cowboy adopt a Dachshund? He wanted to get a long little doggy.


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If you want to know if your wife or your dog loves you more, stick them in the trunk of your car for an hour. Then see who is happier to see you when you let them out.


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Sometimes I tuck my knees into my chest and lean forward. That's just how I roll.


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I took a physics test the other day, and one of the questions said "Define Cole's Law." I wrote: First, thinly slice some cabbage...


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A man asked me the other day what I did for a living. I told him I was a professional zombie killer. He said "That's ridiculous!" I asked him "When's the last time you saw a zombie?" He replied "Never." I said "You're welcome. That will be $350."


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I missed the puns.

@Rosita, when I met my father's wife it was awkward. More than it should because I didn't know my father a lot either (I started knowing him after my mother died). But now she is an important person in my life. She has been very nice and helpful to me and most important, she's the mother of my brother, who is an important part of my life.

It was awkward at first but it soon got much better and now we are good friends. She even gave me her old car as a present when she knew I needed one to get to work.


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Girl: "How times a day do you shave?"
Man: "15-20 on a normal day."
Girl: "My God! How fast does your beard grow?!"
Man: "Not very, but I'm a barber."


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My neighbors always listen to great music. Whether they want to or not.


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Hearing voices in your head is normal. Listening to them is common. Arguing with them is fine. But if you lose the argument, you might need professional help.


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A lovely young lady came up to me the other day and asked if I was good in bed. I said "Good? I'm amazing! In fact I often times sleep 10 or even 11 hours at a time!"


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Really organized people are just too lazy to search for stuff.


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Jellyfish have existed for hundreds of millions of years without brains. This gives hope to quite a few people.


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My girlfriend is like my iPad. I don't have an iPad.


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Kileanna wrote:
I missed the puns.

We may be the only ones...


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mmm the barber one was solid.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Jellyfish have existed for hundreds of millions of years without brains. This gives hope to quite a few people.

When have we shifted from puns to facts?

I love puns and word games. What kinda sucks when you're not on your native language because puns do not translate.

«No es lo mismo dos tazas de té que dos tetazas» is not funny in English (It's not the same two cups of tea than two big boobs). It loses all sense because it is a word game.

But I enjoy reading them.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
mmm the barber one was solid.

I thought it was a hair contrived, but it seems to have struck you on the chin.


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Kileanna wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Jellyfish have existed for hundreds of millions of years without brains. This gives hope to quite a few people.
When have we shifted from puns to facts?

Since I decided to try and educate as well as entertain.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
mmm the barber one was solid.
I thought it was a hair contrived, but it seems to have struck you on the chin.

Kind of makes you just want to curl up and dye.


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Someone remembers a ridiculous post of someone who wanted to create an effect that summoned suicidal eagles to hit opponents?

Well... It has been created. Right now I've been hit in the head by an oblivious pigeon! It has caused more damage to itself than to me, as it fell to the ground, dazed. I was like WTF?


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Yeah when your bones are pretty much hollow suicide runs may not be the best method to reek your vengeance birds should just stay with the whole pooping on peoples cars. That seems to work for them.


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I tried playing water polo last week, but my pony drowned.


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What do you do with an elephant with three balls? Walk him and pitch to the rhino.


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Vrangrenche!

*attempts to poop on Vidmaster7's car, winds up sitting on antenna*

SQUAWK!!!!


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I think Ill just throw that car away.


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Kajehase wrote:
Guess I'll stay in the southwestern parts of the country for a bit longer.

Further evidence this is a good strategy.

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