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Not since last I checked that is a lot for just 2 days.


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Mergh.

Another Saturday starting with a headache.


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It is way too early to be up, even for me, especially since there's no snow, yet.


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Of course, the hard part is trying to get dressed successfully at this time of day.

"First underwear... And then pants... That doesn't sound right... And now there's a shirt involved... And why is there only two socks, according to the Red Hot Chili Peppers Guide To Fashion I should have three socks..."


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Yeah If i'm remembering that song right that third sox goes somewhere special.


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You wrap it around your neck to serve as an ersatz scarf.


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Just as on as its not an ankle sock. That would just look weird.


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The truck isn't here yet, and they're training new guts so they're overstaffed.


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I wear a lot of Scarfs
I wear a lot of Socks
But the socks normally stay on my hands where they were intended
and the scarfs round my necks
You guys are weird >.>


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Says the person with more then one neck.


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Get your kids the Bold Buddies hand puppets, while supplies last!

Or, better yet, don't.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Says the person with more then one neck.

O.o isn't that normal?

My neck and the neck of the teapot ... gotta keep it comfy cosy with a scarf.


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Short and stout.


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Well... more accurately teapots
We have a few teapots
But that's fine because I have over 20 scarfs xD


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Here is my handle here is my scarf!


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I guess it raaaains down in AAAAFFFRIIICA!!!!


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Why is that song everywhere all of a sudden?


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I don't know. I haven't heard it in a long time.


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Seems like I keep hearing it on the radio a bunch and referenced in other things. Starting to get kind of weird.


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Everyone is going on a smoke break.

Which means I get the store all to myself.

Farts.


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captain yesterday wrote:

Everyone is going on a smoke break.

Which means I get the store all to myself.

Farts.

MWAHAHAHAHAAAA!


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Seems like I keep hearing it on the radio a bunch and referenced in other things. Starting to get kind of weird.

Must have become a meme, or something.


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They play it at work all the damn time.

But, they don't play Let It Go as much anymore, so that's a good thing.


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lynora wrote:

Blergh. Today is determined to kill me by millimeters. >.<

Somehow a factory recall and an oil change (should take an hour) turned into a major service that cost ten times what we had planned (it's fine, just yet more credit card debt we would rather not have) that took over four hours. I mean, at least I had an audiobook to listen to. And I did finish knitting a sock. But I had the grumpy service dude who hated that every time he came back to me with something else that needed done I made him explain exactly what it was and why it was necessary before I would approve the work, and then at the end had the gall to pull out a coupon. How dare I be an informed customer! :P
Got home, ate lunch, went to pick up kidlet, and then he showed up after major conflicts with two separate teachers. We split up the emails. I get to write one and my husband gets to write one. I get the photography teacher who is giving him a hard time about asking for clarification on assignments because he needs to be told something directly and can't infer information easily. (New year, new round of emails to remind his teachers that high functioning doesn't mean he isn't still autistic and does actually need those accommodations) and my husband gets to email the teacher who didn't intervene when his classmate was screaming insults and threats at him in class. Yes, the kidlet can be annoying sometimes, but that's no excuse not to stop her from behaving like that. It at least deserved a verbal reprimand. Not impressed.
And the maintenance guys never showed up today to look at the broken stove. It's our only old appliance. We've had to have all the others replaced. It's only been a matter of time. But in the meantime I can't cook at home. Well, I can use the deep fryer. And the grill. And the microwave. So I can get by until it's repaired/replaced, but not easily. Cooking in the deep fryer is a whole production, I'm crap at the grill, and we're not much for microwave dinners. I bake or pan fry practically everything I make. Which is...

Returns home with NobodysHome's Prius

goes to FAWTL

reads post

sighs

returns to Prius

sets coordinates for laundromat down the street from Lynora's house

sleeps during trip, wakes up upon arrival

cleans ninja outfit on gentle cycle, dries on air dry cycle

changes in bathroom at laundromat

returns to Prius

drives to Lynora's house

flips in through kitchen window

repairs stove, oven

makes breakfast under cover of darkness, with several options for potentially picky kidlet

writes angrier emails to irresponsible teachers in pre dawn light

leaves yarn thingie as calling card

does NOT break window on way out, uses door

drives over to grumpy service man's place, complains of problem with Prius

chocolate cakes him while he takes a look at Prius, unceremoniously dumps unconscious body on floor while relieving him of wallet

drives to lisamarlene's house, leaves fruit basket, extra yarn at door

drives to Nobodyshome's house

returns Prius

leaves chocolate cupcakes for Nobodyshome with detailed note expressing how they are for him and only him, and he should not eat cupcakes before operating vehicle, heavy machinery

uses money from grumpy service man to Uber home


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NobodysHome wrote:

Aaaaand... I just joined AARP.

Woo hoo?

adds laxatives to his cupcakes


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Tequila Sunrise wrote:

So my car is slowly accruing minor issues. I can still drive it, but I'd like to get a new car soon. A brand new car, for the first time ever! However, large purchases and large sums of money give me anxiety and I have a terrible habit of procrastinating until things get dire and then I make mistakes.

But my wife has really educated herself about money and credit, and is super excited about the idea of me getting a brand new car. (She got hers last year.) So she agreed to visit a dealership earlier this week to look at a particular car that I like. While there, the sales team sweet-talked her into signing some papers "Just to keep the car on the lot until TS finalizes the deal." Oh, and the dealership was kind enough to offer to deliver the car to my home so that I can test drive it.

My wife comes home, I start reading the paperwork that I had no idea she had signed, and one of them says something to the effect that "Upon delivery of this vehicle, you are obligated to buy it." >:( I text the saleswoman who had left me several messages by this point, to tell her in no uncertain terms that I have not agreed to buy this vehicle and do not come to my home. They do not deliver the car as they intended, so fair enough.

But then I talk to my wife last night, and she reminds me that her signature is on a bunch of paperwork, which may obligate her to take out a loan for a car she doesn't want. So today I call the dealership for the first time, and end up talking to the finances guy who helped sweet-talk her into signing. What. An. A$$##~%. My wife assures me that all the salespeople are very nice, and I'm sure they are when they think they're about to make a sweet sale. But this guy tried every trick in the book to avoid promising to tear up those documents, and to get me down to the dealership. Innocence, cajoling, stonewalling, mock outrage, even called me a liar. I ended up hanging up on him in the middle of his screed, and I never do that!

I am not a lawyer and I have no guarantee...

returns to fawtl after getting upstairs

reads post

curses loudly

ubers to Tequila Sunrises house

waves tiredly, asks for directions to dealership

goes to dealership

chocolate cakes sweet talking dealer while test driving new Prius

leaves his unconscious body by the roadside with signs on it indicating he loves drugs and hates priuses, is financially responsible for all priuses noted missing in the past 24 hours

relieves him of wallet

goes to Tequila Sunrise's house

delivers new Prius

enjoys small talk with Tequila Sunrise's new wife

samples her sweet tea/basil lemonade/local speciality beverage

nods appreciatively, ubers home with money from sweet talker


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The Orville kicks ass!

If you haven't seen it yet you're missing out.


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Orville?

Shadow Lodge

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I too am having mounting vehicle issues and am in TS's area, while we're at it.


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Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

Aaaaand... I just joined AARP.

adds laxatives to his cupcakes
NobodysHome wrote:
Woo hoo?

FIFY


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Me: Please don't eat the alien wax baby.

Tiny T-Rex: Eat it! Eat it! Eat it!


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Who was eating it?


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captain yesterday wrote:

Me: Please don't eat the alien wax baby.

Tiny T-Rex: Eat it! Eat it! Eat it!

You are watching 'Swiss Family Yesterday At War'


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Chromantic Durgon <3 wrote:

I wear a lot of Scarfs

I wear a lot of Socks
But the socks normally stay on my hands where they were intended
and the scarfs round my necks
You guys are weird >.>

Tell us how many socks and scarves you generally wear at once.

Tell us also how many you wear on special occasions, like the Queen's birthday, the feast of St. Smegmastismus, or National Handwashing Week.


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socks, one pair, one for each hand, obviously, but they'll change throughout the day, don't wanna be caught wearing my casual socks to an evening event now do I? I'm no fool.

As for scarves, anywhere between one and three on a normal day, depending on if I want to wear other garments, or if I'd rather just use scarfs.

On special events I've been known to wear about 10, I looked like I had a big multi colored lions mane.


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What the f#$~ am I saying O.O


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Sorry I haven't been here all day, but a friend on another thread, who suffers from debilitating headaches, has suggested that he might be better off not waking up. Spent all day trying to let any Paizo staffer know about this, so the authorities can do a safety and welfare check. I'm afraid that he may even try to harm himself, and everyone knows how I feel about certain types of self-harm.


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People seem to be having bad days. Maybe a corgi puppy encountering it's first tennis ball will cheer you up?


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Yesterday, my wife told me that I twist everything she says to my advantage. I'm going to take that as a compliment.


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How do you make a pool table laugh? Reach into it's pockets and tickle it's balls.


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A wild cat ran away from the local zoo earlier today. The zookeepers are asking everyone for help finding the missing lynx.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
People seem to be having bad days. Maybe a corgi puppy encountering it's first tennis ball will cheer you up?

Well thats flippin adorable. Its like the ball has a force field around it and the corgi is trying to break through.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
How do you make a pool table laugh? Reach into it's pockets and tickle it's balls.

hmm weren't you the one mentioning how we would have to censor ourselfs a bit with younger audiences now around. Glad you threw that idea out.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
How do you make a pool table laugh? Reach into it's pockets and tickle it's balls.
hmm weren't you the one mentioning how we would have to censor ourselfs a bit with younger audiences now around. Glad you threw that idea out.

Oh, yeah. Oops.


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Some of the above jokes may have been in poor taste. Read at your own peril.

There. That ought to cover it.


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:D XD


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Did you know that milk is the fastest liquid in existence? Yep, it's pasteurized before you ever see it.


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What washes up on tiny beaches? Microwaves.


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Why did the stoplight turn red? It was embarrassed to be seen changing in the middle of the street.


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What did one snowman say to the other snowman? Hey, do you smell carrots?

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