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Ok maybe the word was adorable instead of hilarious.

Darn it finally got me I had to make a new alias. on the plus side you can't see anything for the beard.

Edit: typo fixed. har har


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Naked Vid is probably not very revealing. A lot of hair xD

Edit: oooh, so this is how it feels to get the previous post edited while posting!


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Nekkid Vidmaster7 wrote:

Ok maybe the word was adorable instead of hilarious.

Darn it finally got me I had to make a new alias. on the pus side you can't see anything for the beard.

If there's pus, I definitely don't want to see it.


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Kileanna wrote:
Thanks. I don't see anything on my shirt now so I guess you removed it. Be more careful next time, though. You hit my nose.

True story. No kidding.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Only four more days of school.

Maybe I'll make them get a job this summer.

Edit: Oh, and I work tonight.

I anticipating a brisk market for above ground swimming pools and trampolines.

Lots and lots of trampolines.

Surprisingly, no trampolines and only one pool sold last night.

We'll see what happens when people realize it's supposed to be 85+ degrees the rest of the weekend.

And no, we don't assemble pools (I get asked that a lot).


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captain yesterday wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Only four more days of school.

Maybe I'll make them get a job this summer.

Edit: Oh, and I work tonight.

I anticipating a brisk market for above ground swimming pools and trampolines.

Lots and lots of trampolines.

Surprisingly, no trampolines and only one pool sold last night.

We'll see what happens when people realize it's supposed to be 85+ degrees the rest of the weekend.

And no, we don't assemble pools (I get asked that a lot).

But do you assemble the pools?


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Absolutely! But we don't help load them.

Or assemble them.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Only four more days of school.

Maybe I'll make them get a job this summer.

Edit: Oh, and I work tonight.

I anticipating a brisk market for above ground swimming pools and trampolines.

Lots and lots of trampolines.

Surprisingly, no trampolines and only one pool sold last night.

We'll see what happens when people realize it's supposed to be 85+ degrees the rest of the weekend.

And no, we don't assemble pools (I get asked that a lot).

But do you assemble the pools?

And fill them. And put in the chemicals. Inflate the pool toys. Load the NERF guns. Grill the burgers. etc...


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Heck I'll grill the burgers as long as I get to eat some of them.


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No you can't eat them. Those are for the family, you're just the schmuck from the store.


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I could be family... Crazy uncle Vid.
You can even make up a nice story like. Yeah hes crazy but thank heavens at least hes not actually related.


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If you're going to be crazy it would be more believable if you were family. You'd fit in better.


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Look man Ill say whatever you want for free food.


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Who said free food?


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Sorry family only.


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Ok, then. Read this scroll. Loudly.

*hands Vidmaster7 a scroll that just says "Hastur" about 3,000 times*


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You'd be surprised what people want us to assemble.

Or if they can get it in a special color.

Or impossibly vague ("I need something super specific but I don't know the name of it, it was on Amazon, can you look it up. It was round and spins")


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If she wants to read the scroll too, I'll give her a burger. No fries for either of you though. And no toppings other than a small squidge of catsup.


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captain yesterday wrote:

You'd be surprised what people want us to assemble.

Or if they can get it in a special color.

Or impossibly vague ("I need something super specific but I don't know the name of it, it was on Amazon, can you look it up. It was round and spins")

Oh, they want a wheel. You should plenty of those. Just take one off a bike.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
If she wants to read the scroll too, I'll give her a burger. No fries for either of you though. And no toppings other than a small squidge of catsup.

No fries? I am so NOT assembling your pool now.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
If she wants to read the scroll too, I'll give her a burger. No fries for either of you though. And no toppings other than a small squidge of catsup.
No fries? I am so NOT assembling your pool now.

What about his Barbies Dreamhouse! You're going to ruin his daughter's birthday if the Barbies Dreamhouse isn't assembled!


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Fine with me. I'm not a big fan of fries anyway. Just catsup is enough. I could use some mustard or bbq sauce but it's OK anyway.

I am about to eat squids with rice. No burger but that will do too.


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Won't somebody think of the children!!!


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captain yesterday wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
If she wants to read the scroll too, I'll give her a burger. No fries for either of you though. And no toppings other than a small squidge of catsup.
No fries? I am so NOT assembling your pool now.
What about his Barbies Dreamhouse! You're going to ruin his daughter's birthday if the Barbies Dreamhouse isn't assembled!

YOU are ruining it? What about him being unable to perform a simple task?


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Kileanna wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
If she wants to read the scroll too, I'll give her a burger. No fries for either of you though. And no toppings other than a small squidge of catsup.
No fries? I am so NOT assembling your pool now.
What about his Barbies Dreamhouse! You're going to ruin his daughter's birthday if the Barbies Dreamhouse isn't assembled!
YOU are ruining it? What about him being unable to perform a simple task?

I would have an incredibly difficult time assembling my daughter's Barbie Dreamhouse. Actually, assembly would by easy, but since I don't have a daughter it would be next to impossible to assemble one for her.


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You can buy anything in China.


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Sure, but it will be shoddily made, have poor quality control, possibly contain toxic chemicals, and fall apart inside a year.


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Now I want to head down to my parents' town to buy some bucket burgers and grill them up. Bucket burgers are made by the butcher at the local IGA. He takes the offcuts of beef and pork, grinds them up, mixes them with regular ground beef, and then adds about 25% (by weight) of ground bacon. So good. Also makes a pretty good meatloaf.


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No, I'm pretty sure children is the one thing the Chinese try to assemble correctly.

The only downside I guess is then you gotta go through Wal-Mart, and that's never any fun.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Now I want to head down to my parents' town to buy some bucket burgers and grill them up. Bucket burgers are made by the butcher at the local IGA. He takes the offcuts of beef and pork, grinds them up, mixes them with regular ground beef, and then adds about 25% (by weight) of ground bacon. So good. Also makes a pretty good meatloaf.

That does sound great! Gonna ask the butcher about that.


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captain yesterday wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Now I want to head down to my parents' town to buy some bucket burgers and grill them up. Bucket burgers are made by the butcher at the local IGA. He takes the offcuts of beef and pork, grinds them up, mixes them with regular ground beef, and then adds about 25% (by weight) of ground bacon. So good. Also makes a pretty good meatloaf.
That does sound great! Gonna ask the butcher about that.

Far as I know, it's just something he does. But absolutely ask your butcher. If nothing else, you can but some ground beef, ground pork, and ask if they can grind up some bacon for you. Then mix it together yourself. Or, just buy some bacon and grind it yourself if you have a grinder.

My advice on cooking it, high direct heat is your best friend. It really brings out the bacon flavor. Also, thin is good. If the burgers are too thick, the center tastes a little weird (like undercooked bacon).


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I figured. Every butcher is different. :-)

Never hurts to ask, they're usually open to suggestions. :-)


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When I grind my own burgers at home I sometimes save the white part of cured ham to mix with the meat. It gives them a special touch.


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You know, to me flirting with a woman is like playing a cello. I don't know how to do either.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Kileanna wrote:

I haven't or even tried. I know a few people who have but I'm unsure of what you would have to do.

What is the book about, Vid?

*Grabs notebook and pen to steal ideas*

I'm curious.

Its a Superhero RPG based heavily on the pathfinder rule set. Modern setting. My goal is to have them be completely compatible. To the point where you could even use the DnD classes with the super powers without a huge increase while still making it feel super powered.

Edit: (just to make kileanna proud afterthought 39 minutes later)
Its funny that you mention the notebook steal my ideas thing I feel I am being super paranoid about that. So I'm being super selective of who I allow to see it. Even though surely that in not a common thing that happens.

Just seems sensible to me Vid, getting your ideas stole, when your really serious about getting them published is unfortunately a real thing.

So keep it close until your got all your things lined up.


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Signs of summer.

When you realize it's been weeks since you last played a video game.


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captain yesterday wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Now I want to head down to my parents' town to buy some bucket burgers and grill them up. Bucket burgers are made by the butcher at the local IGA. He takes the offcuts of beef and pork, grinds them up, mixes them with regular ground beef, and then adds about 25% (by weight) of ground bacon. So good. Also makes a pretty good meatloaf.
That does sound great! Gonna ask the butcher about that.

Seconding this, also have had the version where the pork offcuts where replaced with game offcuts (mostly deer), it was really good too.


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Kileanna wrote:

Fine with me. I'm not a big fan of fries anyway. Just catsup is enough. I could use some mustard or bbq sauce but it's OK anyway.

I am about to eat squids with rice. No burger but that will do too.

You could make a rice-like paddy and shove it between so bread? actually just toss the squid (Yuck!) in there too...

gran rey de los mono wrote:
You know, to me flirting with a woman is like playing a cello. I don't know how to do either.

Unfortunately, this sounds far too much like me, for my liking.


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I shift from flirting without noticing and flirting witout being noticed xD

Rice and squid burger! I have a basic idea about why it has not been invented yet.


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lynora wrote:
Ironic really given that I'm a super shy introvert that I have trouble working alone...

I'm a super shameless extrovert who loves working alone!

We complete each other!

orders extra oil [light oil that will launder well, just in case] to prepare for meeting lynora one day


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Kileanna wrote:

I shift from flirting without noticing and flirting witout being noticed xD

Rice and squid burger! I have a basic idea about why it has not been invented yet.

but..we have takoyaki....


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Limeylongears wrote:

What sort of numskull runs around Ferelden with nothing but a leather kilt to (inadequately) protect his marble-smooth Elven thighs?

Me, though I hardly have a choice. Maker grant me trousers!

Still upset they removed the leather mini-skirts for Inquisition.

that was a crime.


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Not the same but takoyaki seems delicious!


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

Only four more days of school.

Maybe I'll make them get a job this summer.

Edit: Oh, and I work tonight.

I anticipating a brisk market for above ground swimming pools and trampolines.

Lots and lots of trampolines.

Surprisingly, no trampolines and only one pool sold last night.

We'll see what happens when people realize it's supposed to be 85+ degrees the rest of the weekend.

And no, we don't assemble pools (I get asked that a lot).

But do you assemble the pools?
And fill them. And put in the chemicals. Inflate the pool boys. Load the NERF guns. Grill the burgers. etc...

That's how I read it. And it made it MUCH funnier in my mind...


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NobodysHome wrote:

And fill them. And put in the chemicals. Inflate the pool boys. Load the NERF guns. Grill the burgers. etc...

That's how I read it. And it made it MUCH funnier in my mind...

You go ahead and inflate whatever you want.


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I think I'll inflate my ego.


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Kileanna wrote:
Not the same but takoyaki seems delicious!

Takoyaki is a Japanese snack food where you cover pieces of octopus ( or squid ) with a thick batter, then deep fry them until the batter is a deep golden color.


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Popular pool toy this year (besides fidget spinners): inflatable poop emojis.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Popular pool toy this year (besides fidget spinners): inflatable poop emojis.

Passive aggressive way to tell your kids what you really think of them? ;P


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*yawn* So tired. In retrospect tea wasn't strong enough. I should have gone straight for the coffee this morning.

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