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If Chuck Norris goes to a Burger King and orders a Big Mac, they make him a freakin' Big Mac.

Even if he's nekkid.


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Chuck Norris has never called the wrong number. Instead, people have answered the wrong phone.


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I could do Chuck Norris jokes for days, but I'd hate to steal your thing so continue.


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Recently Chuck Norris was pulled over by the police. He let them off with just a warning.


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Chuck Norris' cowboy boots are made from real cowboys.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Who the hell is Rorschach and why did he paint so many pictures of my mother?!
I am going to take that one.

Sure. It's not like it's mine, anyways.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
I could do Chuck Norris jokes for days, but I'd hate to steal your thing so continue.

Go ahead. I'm pretty much done for the night anyways.


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I started playing "The Bard's Tale". The main character is quite a scoundrel...


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Sigh I really just need to order it from paizo Amazon prime is nice and its being payed for so it should be used but darn it I want that book NOW.

Yea, yea. Us PDF people have to wait until Thursday.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Who the hell is Rorschach and why did he paint so many pictures of my mother?!

Martha!?!


Vidmaster7 wrote:
The theory is that adults that enjoy being spanked learned to associate it as a form of love at a young age (I'm punishing you because I love you.) That parental love gets generalized so the person being spanked learns to associate being spanked with feelings of "love".

Hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh~!

I can say with absolute certainty, that, unless this is just a, "Some people might maybe develop this way, sometimes." that this is a load of nonsense.

Vidmaster7 wrote:


Soap box:
little off topic but research suggests you should never spank your children while you are angry (you should be calm and collected) because children learn a lot more by what they see you do; not by what you tell them. So spanking them while you are angry teaches them that hitting while angry is acceptable.

This, however, is super correct.

Also, you're less in control over yourself and have a higher likelihood (however unlikely it may be) of doing something you'll regret by accident.


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Tacticslion wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
The theory is that adults that enjoy being spanked learned to associate it as a form of love at a young age (I'm punishing you because I love you.) That parental love gets generalized so the person being spanked learns to associate being spanked with feelings of "love".

Hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhaaaaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh~!

I can say with absolute certainty, that, unless this is just a, "Some people might maybe develop this way, sometimes." that this is a load of nonsense.

Vidmaster7 wrote:


Soap box:
little off topic but research suggests you should never spank your children while you are angry (you should be calm and collected) because children learn a lot more by what they see you do; not by what you tell them. So spanking them while you are angry teaches them that hitting while angry is acceptable.

This, however, is super correct.

Also, you're less in control over yourself and have a higher likelihood (however unlikely it may be) of doing something you'll regret by accident.

well one thing about psychology you learn is practically nothing applies to everyone. It is all averages. Also how many people do you know that like getting spanked T-lion?

Inquiring minds want to know
He must have some insight into it :DDDD


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I know someone.

If it's not for disciplinary reasons it can be a lot of fun.

Just saying.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:

well one thing about psychology you learn is practically nothing applies to everyone. It is all averages. Also how many people do you know that like getting spanked T-lion?

Inquiring minds want to know
He must have some insight into it :DDDD

Now?

I officially know of one.

Of kids that were spanked when they grew up?

Mmmmmmmaaaaaaaaaayyyyyyyyyyyybe one?
Depends on whether or not the above speaker experienced such.

Of kids that were spanked when they grew up that find it just a thing some people do (unrleated to themselves in any way)?

Pretty much most all of my high school and college friends that I've ever had a conversation about things they like of that sort.

(Look: high school and college conversations can be weird.)

But that's the thing - I have quite a few points of reference that make no sense in the above theories. It seems more likely that it's an unrelated concept that some people would be prone to enjoying anyway rather than being related to discipline, even if it was seen as a loving act. That explanation feels substantially more Freudian than accurate.

As a personal example, though it bothers me not in the slightest, the idea that it's this super-fun thing or sexual in the slightest was always baffling to me growing up. Even now that I'm an adult, the association is an exceptionally odd one. I find the concept of spanking to be loving but fundamentally discipline, and, while it's legit that others may feel differently, I simply have zero relationship with it. On the other hand, my sisters (also with zero interests, from my understanding) and I were definitely spanked as kids, as were a number of my friends (none of which expressed interest, and, whenever it came up, generally explained that it was weird).

EDIT: to be clear, I don't find it "weird" - everyone has desires they want and things they like. But it's always been just... a thing someone else is interested in for myself and my friends.


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...how did we get on this, exactly?


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Tacticslion.


Well, when some guys are hanging out together in Highschool, and its late and they don't have anything else to do other than talk and be honest...

Oh, uh, I mean... I dunno.


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Can't wait for mail!!!


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Can this day go any slower.


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I guess it can.


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It could if I was at work today...


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Hello, everyone. My mother had a doctor's appointment yesterday. She's completely off the Blood Pressure meds and the antibiotics. Now, there's just the scarring on her legs from the infection to deal with.


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I wasn't, it was a holiday.


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Armed Forces Day.


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Drejk wrote:
I wasn't, it was a holiday.

You best not be partying it up with our mail lady.

Today at least, any other day and it's cool.


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Off to bed. Work tomorrow...

Wayfinders

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It has arrived.


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*sends salvage drones after S'TOZ*


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Captain Yesterday's guide to unintentionally making your new religious neighbor give you funny looks.

Coincidentally listen to songs such as G+@@!#n Devil and Jesus Built My Hotrod whenever you pleasantly say hello.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
Hello, everyone. My mother had a doctor's appointment yesterday. She's completely off the Blood Pressure meds and the antibiotics. Now, there's just the scarring on her legs from the infection to deal with.

Good to know she's on the mend, John :)


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Limeylongears wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Hello, everyone. My mother had a doctor's appointment yesterday. She's completely off the Blood Pressure meds and the antibiotics. Now, there's just the scarring on her legs from the infection to deal with.
Good to know she's on the mend, John :)

Thanks.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
Hello, everyone. My mother had a doctor's appointment yesterday. She's completely off the Blood Pressure meds and the antibiotics. Now, there's just the scarring on her legs from the infection to deal with.

Awesome! Part one down, and part two to go!


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Captain Yesterday's guide to unintentionally making your new religious neighbor give you funny looks.

Coincidentally listen to songs such as G%%!*+n Devil and Jesus Built My Hotrod whenever you pleasantly say hello.

Yep, can confirm, that would do it for me!


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I don't mean to, I just put it on shuffle. ·`«»]><%~


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So.

Had an interesting dream last night.

Dreamt that I was at a midnight release screening of Starfinder, the Movie. The line was HUGE, but the theatre was even bigger inside than it seemed outside. It was just me going to my knowledge, and after stopping at the concession stand to get some snacks, I went inside for my showing.

I sit down and everyone is talking. Normaly that pisses me off in theatres, but it created a pleasant buzz/drone noise that I found incredibly soothing. I'm lucky it was soothing, because it turns out there was something wrong with the projector, and people were becoming raucous. Eventually they just started razzing the screen, and some of the jokes were funny. Lots of attack the darkness jokes.

Eventually I get up to stretch my legs, as other people are running around, and who do I run into?

LYNORA.

No really.

It looked kinda like her. I remember she was REALLY short, and looked like an odd and even salacious combination of her pic and her icon/Shelyn. I asked her if she was who she looked like and she said something to the effect of "who do I look like?" I said Lynora and she said "yeeeess....?" in a long leading who-is-this-stranger way. I said I was Freehold and she hugged me and we started laughing.

Then the movie came on and there was a massive struggle for everyone to get back to their seat.

Then I realized the light from the screen was TOO bright- it was the morning sun coming in through the window.

Then I woke up.

It was so....so very REAL. I could smell the popcorn. I remember distinct conversations people were having, everything. The chairs were SUPER comfortable. I remember that Lynora was almost comically short, although her proportions were that of a normal woman. Was she a dream-halfling of some kind, drawn from the more salacious parts of my subconscious? I don't know.

I am still a little freaked out by it. I will be checking under my bed for Lynoras of negotiable sizes tonight.


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Wow. That was vivid. A couple days ago, I had this dream where I saw a fast-moving cloud where the entire back half was covered in vines with pink flowers. Strange, right?


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Starting to get a headache. Going home to eat dinner. Good night, everyone.


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Lucky bastard. I'm just having the annual "it's almost the first day of the new school year, so direct from your subconscious, here's a montage of all of the worst possible things that could go wrong" series of dreams.

And they can get pretty crazy.
One year, I dreamt that a bear had followed me back from Yosemite and was prowling around campus, and I had to keep the children from getting near it when they all wanted to treat it like a puppy, and the head of school told me that (a) it was my fault, and also (b) bad for publicity, so I needed to sort it out quickly.

My subconscious and I are clearly not on as friendly terms as Freehold and HIS subconscious are.


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*notices financially irresponsible self bought a nintendo switch a couple hours ago...*
*innerfanboyingintensifies*
*pats financially irresponsible self on back*

Good boy.
*buys month-long ramen noodle and mountain dew supply*
not really, but I will have to keep it off social media for a while, or my mom and dad, and brother will chew me out for it, even if I've more than plenty in my bank account ATM.
Heh... Pun unintentional, but still funny.


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*Further notes breath of the wild game,
and smiles uncontrollably*

Rhhgh! This last percent is taking forever to be charged! Curse you CDO self! Curse you!
*checks battery level again...
Fanboyingintensifies*

See ya! I've got giant Zelda world to explore... For two straight days...


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Conversations you never thought you would find yourself having before children, Vol. 283

Me, awkwardly, to the waitress in the gyro diner:
"I... am... REALLY... sorry. My son has this... thing... about drinking condiments."
(I hold up a squeeze bottle of mustard apologetically.)

Waitress:
"It's okay; it's happened before. We clean them."

I think I find her response more disturbing than the actual behavior. It's happened before? Condiment drinking is a trend among preschoolers? WTF?


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Tidal locking maybe more common then thought.

Which is the first time i'd thought about it.


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Okay, so my marathon lasted an hour, but I'm tired, and the beautiful landscapes nearly brought me to tears... Seriously, though... this is some great stuff and redeems any past grievance I may have had with Zelda stuff, and the controls are intuitive. Like, I learned them in a dark room, devoid of any light save my switch intuitive.


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I haven't played video games in weeks.

I'll have plenty of time to play when I'm cold and buried (in snow).


Pretty stinkin' awesome stuff that's really basic, but is something I'd forgotten from college. :D


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Over the last week and a half, I finally got around to finishing Luke Cage and watching all of Iron Fist. I am now ready for The Defenders. Of course, knowing me I won't actually watch it for several months, but I'm ready for it none the less.


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Also, I felt like my paycheck was pretty light this week, so I checked it out (it's all online, no actual paper to look at) and they didn't credit me for the 16 hours of vacation time I had taken. So, I don't actually need the money right now, but it would definitely be nice. I'm trying to decide if it's worth the hassle to try and get them to retroactively apply the vacation time (I've done it before, and it's kind of a pain) so I get paid for it, or just let it slide and use the hours some other time (they didn't subtract the hours, meaning I still have over 120 hours of vacation time saved up).

I'll probably try to get paid, but if they start making it too difficult, I'm gonna say f!$~ it and just keep the hours.


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Chuck Norris doesn't use a rod and reel to fish. He just points at the water, says "You, you, and you! Out!" And three fish jump out into his hands.


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Chuck Norris cannot close his eyes because his eyelids are too terrified of being seen by Chuck Norris.


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Chuck Norris has a little sister. Her name is Steven Seagal.

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