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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Yo mama so dumb, she could trip over a cordless phone.

As a parent, can confirm this is possible. It just needs to be on the floor, just around the corner. (Note: this is common.)

EDIT: Well, I am wearing clothes, but my feet are naked, so...


gran rey de los mono wrote:
Yo mama so dumb, my fingers are tired from all this typing.

Most of those jokes would be more likely representing someone with either a rather wicked sense of humor/high snark levels (I would never be able to ask an officer which movie this was for, though I've known a couple of folks who would), or representing someone less "dumb" and more "out of touch with reality" making them tragic.

Then again: the jokes in question never really make much sense, as a category...

(Also, in case it wasn't clear, I enjoyed even these.)


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Should I feel sad that no one gets my Looney Tunes jokes, or old. Cause I kinda feel both.

Puts a sign in the front yard that says No teenagers. Solicitors welcome.


... which joke?


Things I need to do today:

- my game
- finally add to this
- a write-up of Ardad Lili
- read this
- read this
- read this
- read this
- do something like read this, maybe
- another one (I like Empyreal lords, and I cannot lie)
- bump it with a new question!

Dang it, thunderstorm and life's time-limits!


nothing


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In the Kitty thread. :-)

I used my Grandma Tweety alias and everything. :-)


I helped!

I might need to read that more, again...


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Happy birthday Kileanna :)


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Thanks, TL and Lyn!


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Kileanna wrote:
Thanks, TL and Lyn!

speaking of birthdays....how many ice cream scoops do you get?


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Tacticslion wrote:

I helped!

I might need to read that more, again...

It's the classic Tweety and Sylvester setup. Grandma Tweety leaves, Sylvester comes in, Tweety bird uses conveniently handy TNT and yellow paint, Sylvester grabs faux Tweety and goes boom. :-)

I thought it was pretty self explanatory.

I guess not. :-)

Or maybe I watch entirely too much Looney Tunes.


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captain yesterday wrote:

In the Kitty thread. :-)

I used my Grandma Tweety alias and everything. :-)

I got it...

Though, besides chuckle to myself what had you wanted me to do?


Freehold DM wrote:
Kileanna wrote:
Thanks, TL and Lyn!
speaking of birthdays....how many ice cream scoops do you get?

Oh, probably two or... oh, riiiiight! Probably just two. XD


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Just got back from the Doctor's, and I've got good news. This type of tumor is one that responds best to radiation. So, no chemo for me. And no being sick from it. No definite date for the surgery, as the required endoscope is in a different hospital. Going to have a pointed, directed conversation with Corporate's Benefits department. The Hospital says that the Insurance provider says I have no insurance. If so, why is it still being deducted from my pay? I will find out. Oh, yes I will.


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Grr. The elevator at the parking garage is broken. :(
Well, maybe it will be working again by the time we go back. And at least I was able to find a spot on the third floor, so it's not as bad as it could be. Still, not looking forward to trying to climb stairs to get to my car.


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In the meantime, I think I will get in an episode of Orphan Black while kidlet is in taekwondo class. I am so addicted to this show now. I'm at the beginning of the second season already.


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CARS 3 IS SO GOOD, YOU GUYS; LIKE, SO GOOD.

It was a phenomenal experience for the boys and their Mommy and I (the boys' first outing to a theater), and was excellent as a general parent/child film, but would probably make an ideal father/daughter film (I have no daughters, so... not an authority). Highly recommended!


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I was looking at a Pathfinder CRB on Amazon Mexico, and they wanted $780 for it. Took me a minute to calm down and remember that Mexico uses $ as a peso sign.

I'll still probably just get the Spanish PDF from Paizo.


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Conversation between TS and his best friend of 20+ years:

Extroverted Friend: If I were a ghost, I'd haunt you forever.

Introverted Friend: You already do that.

Extroverted Friend: I am...sure I don't know what you're talking about. /sarc

I suspect most FAWLTers can guess which I am.


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Tom Cruise!


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lynora wrote:
In the meantime, I think I will get in an episode of Orphan Black while kidlet is in taekwondo class. I am so addicted to this show now. I'm at the beginning of the second season already.

We really liked Orphan Black. I forget why we stopped watching it. "Time" is the answer to everything.


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Sometimes Impus Major is just awesome.

I don't know how many of you remember back in 2014 or so when Impus Major spent the day playing in our giant new TV box and having McDonald's for dinner. He had a major allergic reaction (hospital, epinephrine injection, and everything), and has been convinced for years that it was the McDonald's food, not the strange white antifungal powder in the shipped-from-China box, that caused the reaction.

Keep in mind that he also had his first major growth spurt, so he's at least 8" taller than he was then.

Unfortunately, Impus Minor considers McDonald's Chicken Nuggets his absolute favorite foodstuff. I don't know where he gets them, since we never buy them for him, but he begged and pleaded to stop by McDonald's on the way up. Impus Major put his foot down: No way! What if he had a reaction in the middle of nowhere?

So we compromised, and swung into McD's on the way down.

NobodysHome: What'll you have, Impus Major?
Impus Major: I'll have a cheeseburger Happy Meal with no onions, please.
NobodysHome: That's it?!?!!? That's all you want?
Impus Major: Yeah, it's plenty.

A few minutes pass, the order comes out, we start driving off, and there's an uncomfortable silence in the back.

Impus Major: You know, these things are a lot smaller than I remember them being...

I am fortunate that I was on a straight road, I started laughing so hard...


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Tacticslion wrote:

CARS 3 IS SO GOOD, YOU GUYS; LIKE, SO GOOD.

It was a phenomenal experience for the boys and their Mommy and I (the boys' first outing to a theater), and was excellent as a general parent/child film, but would probably make an ideal father/daughter film (I have no daughters, so... not an authority). Highly recommended!

It has to be better than Cars 2.

Disney executive #1: What if we made a predictable secret agent movie starring Larry The Cable guy.

Disney executive #2: What if we made them all cars!

Disney executive #3: You're all fired! I love it!!


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Tiny T-Rex's review of Cars 2.

"THAT was NOT Cars!"


Cars 2 gets a lot of crap it doesn't deserve.

In truth, I actually liked it - kiiiiiiiinda predictable in some respects, but it had a lot more going for it (for example: most of the "B-plot") than most credit it for, and actually has fewer continuity errors than other (justifiably) better-rated Pixar films.

... but, to be fair, it definitely was not anywhere as good as most Pixar movies, by a fair margin, and definitely including the original Cars (though, at the time, if I recall, the original got panned a bit for being too childish or toy-focused or something).

That said, it's like people don't remember A Bug's Life exists. I mean, dudes. C'mon. Cars 2 was, in fact, better than A Bug's Life - not a high bar, sure, but it's worth remembering that Cars 2 not only isn't a bad film (though it strays from the core conceit of the original by a fair margin), but it's not even close to Pixar's weakest film (which still isn't "bad"... just... "weak" - comparatively).

I have long argued that Pixar films are not "kids" films, but rather "adult" films that kids can also enjoy. A Bug's Life is the only real hole in that argument.

(Well, maybe The Good Dinosaur, too; and, though it was an excellent film, Brave was less "adult film kids could watch and enjoy" and more "film for teen girls that most everyone with a pulse could enjoy"... but still, that's three out of eighteen. Though Coco at least kiiiiinda looks like it'll be number four. But otherwise, the gist seems to hold.)

((And, you know "family film" would be more apt, as a general rule, but "family film" has, for so long, meant "one of those things you put your kids in front of to watch, no matter how terrible the film is, because it's made for kids" that I kind of shy away from that term as a defense mechanism...))


All that said: Cars 3 is, without question, definitely a Cars movie.


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I'm sure it is, I love the trailers for it. :-)

Cars 2 isn't bad it just wasn't Cars. It was a spy movie starring the cast of Cars. :-)


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As the father of a spirited take no s$$~ curly haired daughter Brave is very popular in our household.

We just got A Bug's Life. :-)


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NobodysHome wrote:
lynora wrote:
In the meantime, I think I will get in an episode of Orphan Black while kidlet is in taekwondo class. I am so addicted to this show now. I'm at the beginning of the second season already.
We really liked Orphan Black. I forget why we stopped watching it. "Time" is the answer to everything.

Yeah, I do that a lot too. I loved Downton Abbey, but wandered off during the third season I think it was and just haven't been able to find the motivation to get back to it. I barely watch tv as it is, and mostly what I watch is stuff I'm trying to introduce the kidlet to, so right now lots of anime as he's getting into that. It's really hard for a show to keep my attention. For whatever reason this one is doing a better job than most right now....we'll see if I make it past the third season though. :)


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Ugh, Pixar. I loathe Pixar. I don't care for the animation style, and I really don't care for the storytelling. It's sloppy and relies too much on manipulating the audience's emotions. People keep telling me how wonderful their films are and I'm like, are we even watching the same movie? Because that totally sucked and I want my time back!

Tl;dr: I feel about Pixar much like Freehold feels about Whedon


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A general sense of love and peace.


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Love and Peace! Love and Peace [/Vash the Stampede]


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Tacticslion wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Yo mama so dumb, my fingers are tired from all this typing.

Most of those jokes would be more likely representing someone with either a rather wicked sense of humor/high snark levels (I would never be able to ask an officer which movie this was for, though I've known a couple of folks who would), or representing someone less "dumb" and more "out of touch with reality" making them tragic.

Then again: the jokes in question never really make much sense, as a category...

(Also, in case it wasn't clear, I enjoyed even these.)

Yeah, they aren't my favorite kind of joke, but some of them can be pretty funny. Plus, I was goaded into it by Vidmaster7. So, blame him. And Seth, of course.


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And now, some not yo mama jokes.


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Nothing ruins a Friday afternoon more than realizing it's only Tuesday.


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I'm starting to think that cyber security is about as effective as mall security.


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Experience (in life, not RPGs) is what you get when you don't get what you want.


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Where do seedless watermelons come from?


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I like to stop the microwave when there is 1 second left on the timer just so I can pretend I'm a bomb defuser.


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Are you ready kids?


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The depressing thing about tennis is that, no matter how hard I practice and how good I may get to be, I'll never be able to beat a wall.


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Why is it that whenever I'm in an important meeting my stomach decides to make a sound like a dying whale?


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Do you have any idea how awkward it is to try and tickle someone who isn't ticklish?


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Is it odd that I get queasy at the sight of my own blood, and yet could easily paint a barn with someone else's?


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If I've learned anything from life, it's that not enough people are at a loss for words.


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The hardness of the butter is directly proportional to the softness of the bread.


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If you're ever trying to get my attention in a crowd and can't remember my name, just call out "Doughnuts!". I'll turn around.


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For every action there is a corresponding over-reaction.


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For every action there is an equal and opposite criticism.

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