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NobodysHome wrote:

We used to buy cases of Lucky Lager Light...

...to carry out to the local park (Tilden) to shoot with pellet guns.

Cheap as heck, and exploded most wonderfully.

** spoiler omitted **
Ah, good times!

all y'all are crazy.

Nudity is sanity.


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"I've studied a lot about Santa under my bed" - Tiny T-Rex, explaining why he is the foremost authority on Santa Claus.

Edit: We have a portable DVD player that he'll occasionally take under his bed to watch A Nightmare Before Christmas and Rise Of The Guardians.


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Limey's Conscience wrote:

By the way, Limey, even if your work colleague is showing off cleavage that would require a bathysphere to navigate safely, it is not acceptable to sit there contemplating whether or not it would make a good hiding place for loose change, small items of stationary, confectionery, individually wrapped miniature cheeses, etc.

You want to do that, get your own.

as i say to my own conscience all the time.

*ahem*

Hey.

Shut up.


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Jess Door wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Jess Door wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Jess Door wrote:

"Using recursion in TSQL is like sumo wrestlers doing ballet. It is possible, but not pretty."

- Phil Factor

Mainly because (T)SQL is more like BASIC than C / C++.

Of course I'm undressed. Hard to take a shower wearing clothes. Gotta get ready for work.

I would disagree. I think it is more caused by SQL being optimized for set based operations over a more procedural approach.
Having no experience with (T)SQL, I concede your point. My area of interest is more in the line of Systems Programming.
. Mostly, though, I enjoy imagining sumo wrestlers performing ballet.

Right now, I'm imagining elephants walking on eggs.


John Napier 698 wrote:
Vlaeros wrote:
John Napier 698 wrote:
Jess Door wrote:

"Using recursion in TSQL is like sumo wrestlers doing ballet. It is possible, but not pretty."

- Phil Factor

Mainly because (T)SQL is more like BASIC than C / C++.

Oh, SNAP!! I got no idea what was just said, but someone just got told!!

No one got told. I was just making a point. C and C++ rely on functions, which makes recursion ( the action of a function calling itself ) easy. The database programming languages like Structured Query Language (SQL) are more linear, like BASIC. SQL really doesn't have the run-time stack support to use recursion well.

Oh, SNAP~! I just got told~! :D


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Woooo!!!!!!

I finished NaNo!!!!!!!!!!!

My manuscript is a steaming pile of poo and I may print it just so I can ritually burn it, but at least it’s finally done!!!!!!


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Despite taking 2 (3?) college programming courses, programming lingo still confuses the s!*~ out of me. I've been told that some people are lucky enough to have grown up with Sesame Street-style tv programming that taught the basics of logic and computer theory.

I wish I had, because it is literally g(r)eek to me.

Spoiler:
Yes I just used 'literally' inappropriately. That's how confused I am about all things programming.


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lynora wrote:

Woooo!!!!!!

I finished NaNo!!!!!!!!!!!

My manuscript is a steaming pile of poo and I may print it just so I can ritually burn it, but at least it’s finally done!!!!!!

WOO~! Congratulations!

I can't wait to read about that elf thing I mentioned once whatever you wrote about!


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Tequila Sunrise wrote:

Despite taking 2 (3?) college programming courses, programming lingo still confuses the s%&# out of me. I've been told that some people are lucky enough to have grown up with Sesame Street-style tv programming that taught the basics of logic and computer theory.

I wish I had, because it is literally g(r)eek to me.

** spoiler omitted **

I feel ya, my dude. I feel ya.


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I got my knowledge by reading books, and using my middle school's Apple IIe computers.

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I started teaching myself programming with a book on basic and an Atari 800 at around 9. I still fail on a lot of the lingo myself, I have to admit. I've ended up a jack of all trades and master of none, but I like having my fingers in ten different pies at once, generally.

God, I'm old. 14 years of software dev experience. Would be more, but who doesn't want to teach English for a couple of years in Japan, no matter how much it sets their career back?

^_-

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Never watched Star Trek, only Star Wars.
I found all the movies nice, yes Syrus.

I hated the Yuuzhan Vong series because the outcome was that Anakin died, Jacen fell to the dark side, and Jania had to kill him. And the whole thing in part was a family squabble that dragged in the galaxy, and getting a whole bunch of people killed. So maybe the earlier Jedi had it right - you should not get attached to others cos it messes up your judgement.

*sniffles*

So anything other then that is an improvement.

I find Anakin rather emo, though. If you murderhoboed people who Murderhobo people you care for, they're not worth you feeling guilty over. The world's a better place without them and you should pet yourself on the back for that. Screw silly Jedi codes, just leave the Order, and get married, and be a senator's husband. Live happily ever after. Problem settled =)

Again I seriously doubt I'd be good Jedi material.

NH, I'd be willing to help you finish the Stella Artois. If I weren't 15,000 km away or so. I eat and drink nearly about anything. The last interesting thing to end up on my menu was a scorpion. In a lollipop.

*Crunch*


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Well, first I learned Electronics as a hobby at around ten. My parents bought me a set of Electronics kits. I got interested in programming when I bought a Popular Electronics magazine that discussed the Intel 8080 CPU.

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About family. Yeah NH, it's nice when your family appreciates your cooking. Unfortunately for me, these days I prefer Caucasian style cooking, for its simplicity(since some Chinese recipes are really a pain in the @rse to prepare and the washing takes forever), and my parents prefer Chinese food. So I don't really do it much. In fact I haven't done a Chinese dish for a long long time...

I'd do almost anything for my family so having them not approving of my hobbies and telling me to stop does hurt me. I mean I'm not committing any crime! What's wrong in going for a session of D&D?

Sometimes I really want to sing,
"Don't let them in, don't let them see"
"Be the good kitty you always have to be"

Why am I judged for living my life wrong? That its badwrong to play tabletop games?

Coco:

So yes, I understand where Miguel is coming from. But on the other hand I chose to give up most of my gaming to make them happy.


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lynora wrote:

Woooo!!!!!!

I finished NaNo!!!!!!!!!!!

My manuscript is a steaming pile of poo and I may print it just so I can ritually burn it, but at least it’s finally done!!!!!!

WOOOOOOOOOOOOOO LYNORA FOREVER


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Just a Mort wrote:

About family. Yeah NH, it's nice when your family appreciates your cooking. Unfortunately for me, these days I prefer Caucasian style cooking, for its simplicity(since some Chinese recipes are really a pain in the @rse to prepare and the washing takes forever), and my parents prefer Chinese food. So I don't really do it much. In fact I haven't done a Chinese dish for a long long time...

I'd do almost anything for my family so having them not approving of my hobbies and telling me to stop does hurt me. I mean I'm not committing any crime! What's wrong in going for a session of D&D?

Sometimes I really want to sing,
"Don't let them in, don't let them see"
"Be the good kitty you always have to be"

Why am I judged for living my life wrong? That its badwrong to play tabletop games?

** spoiler omitted **

Sooooooooo much to respond to...

  • I personally like being in the kitchen for 3+ hours, so whether it's a "baste every 8 minutes" chicken roast or a "spend 90 minutes of prep time on the meat, vegetables, and spices" lamb vindaloo, I'm happy puttering away. But definitely not on a daily basis. Simplicity has its place, and that place is frequently in the kitchen. (Last night's seared pork medallions with reduced apricot sauce took me well under an hour.)
  • Yeah, I had a dad that sounds very much like he'd do well in your family. He didn't approve of my choice of girlfriends ("She's too beautiful! Choose someone plainer!"), my choice of careers ("Have you read, 'A mathematician's apology' yet?"), my excessive empathy ("You shouldn't care about other people! Do what's best for YOU! Always! And stop worrying about who it hurts! They're out for themselves, too!"), and my social life ("You're going to flunk out of grad school!")
  • You're not doing anything wrong. You're just dealing with a family whose primary form of expressing affection is to express disapproval. I lived through such a family. And I'm sorry, I don't have advice on making it any easier, other than, "Speak up for yourself!"

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    Oh, and first person to PM me their e-mail address can have a "Crunchyroll Premium+ Membership for Free for 48 hours".

    I have no idea what it is, but Crunchyroll just sent it to me and told me to give it to a friend.

    All my physical friends come over and watch Crunchyroll at my place.

    48-hour anime binge, anyone?

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    About to do it on vinge. :). Thinking of buying all the manga for this show from Amazon.co.jp.

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    Which reminds me...a good friend of mine is going for some variant of the cheese grinder as a party. I told him to tell me his party composition but he doesn't know. And since it's local, probably everyone and their dog will be melee beatsticks again.

    The cheesegrinder is at levels 5,7 and 9.

    But I don't think going all melee beatsticks is the way to go.

    He's asked me for help but the rules are against casters - you start with half your daily resources used, rounded down. If it's a solo BBEG, he gets to declare it passed a save once per battle even if he failed it. Which sort of screws up any slumber hex/misfortune usage.

    Again after each fight you restock to that half of your daily resources, no matter what you expanded in the previous fight.

    I provided him with a gnome dirge bard 2/sorcerer(impossible bloodline) /heavens oracle 2 for the level 5 category, and also a human hangover cleric of Ra. The hangover cleric can be scaled to 7 and 9.

    Im currently working on a crossblooded boreal and arcane sorcerer with Wayang spell hunter and havoc of the society riding his flying hawk mauler familiar and dealing dazing flurry of snowballs....

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    Does HP count as daily resources? :)

    I think they ran it down in Tucson when I was there.

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    Nah hp is full. Of course since the local organizer is probably a melee beatstick at heart, he wouldnt do anything about hp.

    Rage rounds are halved and all that, though.


    New Page, FaWtLers! Booyah! ... in a good way!

    EDIT: I mean, let's be honest - it's been a bunch of new pages. But this is the first time I've had the opportunity!

    I'd originally been planning on updating this once per page.

    HAH! FaWtL put a stop to that~!

    Original Post with a question for everyone to answer!

    YAY!

    -------------------------------------------
    And now the results so far of EverFaWtL:

    01) aatea: paladin (cloistered cleric archetype); hellknight PrC

    02) CH: ________________________

    03) Crookshanks: ___________________

    04) CY: medium (brute vigilante archetype); mammoth rider PrC

    05) doctor_wu: investigator (tetori monk archetype; for better hugging); ??? <no PrC suggested>

    06) Drejk: psychic OR int-based sorcerer (archeologist bard archetype); ??? <no PrC suggested>

    07) Freehold: martial artist monk/lust wizard (solacer bard archetype); ??? <no PrC suggested>

    08) Game Hamster: cleric (archetype granting smite evil or inquisition??); ??? <no PrC suggested>

    09) gran: wizard (warrior of the holy light paladin archetype); PrCs (I'unno, maybe being "that guy" - i.e. me - who wants a non-evil assassin?)

    10) Icy: ______________

    11) J4rh43d: empericist investigator (with blossoming light cleric archetype) OR blossoming light cleric (with empericist investigator archetype)... OR paladin (with blossoming light cleric archetype); good sanguine angel OR alchemist/brewkeeper OR wizard/<any full casting PrC to fix stuff>

    12) Jess Door: Paladin (archeologist bard archetype?); Loremaster [ALT/ADTL: just a cat]

    13) John (Napier): Traveller d20 Grand Admiral [Imperial subrank “archetype”] OR Gunslinger (bounty hunter slayer archetype); duelist PrC

    14) Kileanna: __________________

    15) Kjeldorn: druid (archivist bard archetype); home brew paladin PrC OR brewkeeper PrC (lacking religious flavor)

    16) Limey: fighter/rogue/mage (all with the musketeer archetype); toss up (duelist, eldritch knight, assassin [3.5] not evil... automatically)

    17) lisamarlene: in need of coffee PATHFINDER CHRONICLER, ALL ELSE MEANINGLESS (it’s close to being Indiana Jones! Squee!)

    18) lynora: witch (crashing wave cleric archetype water bending); ??? <no PrC suggested> :)

    19) Mort (Just a Mort): since I know for a fact that a certain Chinese kitty sometimes hangs out over here (but rarely posts anything!! >:I): wizard (urban ranger archetype); student of war PrC (oh: and/or assassin?)

    20) NH: paladin of some sort, and definitely not the Core PrCs or the early archetypes thereof! (also, as of lisamarlene, is now given bonus levels in grumpy-pants! lucky! I'm stuck waiting 'til 80 to take levels in that, and he gets epic levels now~! Maaaaaannnnnnnn some people just win... ;D)

    21) Orthos: wilder (unknown archetype that nabs Dark Knowledge from Heroes of Horror); wilder/dragonfire adept/<the PrC that combines those>

    22) Scint: alchemist (archavist bard archetype; yay know-it-all mad science (so basically a female Bill Nye, which is now the coolest thing ever)); "soracle" theurge (sorcerer/oracle/theurge)

    23) Sharoth: 20th level commoner (weakness: fear of house cats)

    24) Sissyl: NO ARCHETYPES; optimized cleric/wizard/mystic theurge

    25) Syrus: warpriest [Healing, Tactics domains] (unknown archetype of something for smite and/or marshal auras); Evangelist (with The Deity ;D)

    26) Thomas Seitz (look, I know you've been hanging around, because you just favorited a post of mine I'm secretly psychic!): Paladin, duh!; ??? <no PrC suggested>

    27) Me!: psionic erudite (unifier tactician archetype) or erudite/wizard/cerebromancer

    28) taig: ________________

    29) TOZ: Oracle (Unbreakable Fighter archetype); Oracle/Holy Vindicator (sneaking suspicion that he may, just possibly, perhaps, have a type)

    30) TS: fellow erudite psion with some “expanded knowledge” feat-focused archetype (OR a wizard with access to both wish spells, and the missing 9th level wizard spells); any PrC with +1 ML (and/or +1 CL) per level (“thou shalt not sacrifice…”)

    31) The Vagrant Erudite: juju oracle (churomancer wizard archetype) (look, he just wants all the dead things; also to wear white); ??? <no PrC suggested>

    32) Vanykrye: kensai magus (empericist investigator archetype); paladin/monk/<Iroran Paladin-monk-PrC>

    33) Vidmaster: magus sorcerer (with the celeberty bard archetype) or bard (with the spell blade magus archetype); ??? <no PrC suggested>

    34) Wei Ji: bard (spirit guide oracle archetype); sorcerer (or bloodrager)/dragon disciple

    ... and anyone else that comes next!

    Enjoy!

    And now, some random stats I noticed:
    - 5/34: unanswered
    - 29/34: at least partially answered
    - 16/34: fully answered
    - 10/34: totally followed the all the rules!
    All answers are totally valid; I was just interested in statistics. XD


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    John Napier 698 wrote:
    I got my knowledge by reading books, and using my middle school's Apple IIe computers.
    Jess Door wrote:

    I started teaching myself programming with a book on basic and an Atari 800 at around 9. I still fail on a lot of the lingo myself, I have to admit. I've ended up a jack of all trades and master of none, but I like having my fingers in ten different pies at once, generally.

    God, I'm old. 14 years of software dev experience. Would be more, but who doesn't want to teach English for a couple of years in Japan, no matter how much it sets their career back?

    ^_-

    Maybe I had bad profs then, they were both first-timers. All I know is I stumbled my way thru C -- or was it C+? Or C++? I don't even know the difference -- and then would have completely failed Assembly if not for my partner who did 99% of the work. In an effort to explain how an algorithm can be written to count -- oh, and this was after the prof explained to me what 'algorithm' means (why not just say "program"?!) -- my Assembly prof asked me "How do you count things?"

    To which I replied "I count them one by one...and then, um, they're counted."

    It was that class that prompted me to switch to the electrical engineering program, which I was infinitely better at.


    Rawr! wrote:
    doesn't matter

    I've sent you a PM~! Take that wily badger~!

    Icyshadow wrote:
    also doesn't matter

    ALSO sent you a PM!

    ... oh, hey, and I got one from Syrus... I might need to get around to reading that...

    Just kidding, I've read it, but now I've got to word my response! ... eventually!


    Tacticslion wrote:
    Xenthya, Nuzlocke Trainer wrote:
    Xenthya, Nuzlocke Trainer wrote:
    Xenthya, Nuzlocke Trainer wrote:
    Tacticslion wrote:
    Xenthya, Nuzlocke Trainer wrote:
    Feeling like starting doing this thing again.
    Yyyyuuuuusssssss

    Comin' Round the Mountain

    Also I'd forgotten how annoying and laggy Tumblr gets when you put a ton of stuff in one post.

    bottom-of-page carryover
    My 'Mons Know What You Did In The Dark
    Quote to find this later!

    Hey, it worked! I found this later!

    EDIT: It was awesome! XD

    (Though super sorry you couldn't catch a Mewtwo, for some reason...)


    Celestial Healer wrote:
    More stuff that doesn't matter

    PM'd you, too~!

    Silver Crusade

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    Freehold DM wrote:
    Celestial Healer wrote:
    Wow. I hope they can figure it out and it’s nothing too serious, lynora.
    you are going to have to live up to your name and heal everyone, my friend.

    Erm... Ever since that incident with the marilith, Healy hasn’t been granting me spells.


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    I must've missed something.

    Silver Crusade

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    Tacticslion wrote:
    Celestial Healer wrote:
    More stuff that doesn't matter
    PM'd you, too~!

    Ok... let me think about it.


    NYEAHAHAHAH~!


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    What craziness are you on about now?

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    Mewtwo was good in RBY, but not so good in other versions so I've heard.

    But basically psychic was OPed in RBY.

    I always try to catch a Butterfree when I start a new pokemon version since psychic still works against most things.

    I know Butterfrees have vulnerabilities a mile wide, like electricity, fire, psychic..but hey at least you know that confusion does do something.

    Better then sending a Pikachu to fight a Geodude at least...

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    Speaking up for myself doesn’t come easily. The moment I open my mouth(I dumped cha), someone gets upset. And I get scolded for not showing respect for my elders etc.

    I don’t like causing unnecessary conflict. That’s also why I have been trying to restrain myself rulelawyering in games but sometimes..I see that rule not followed…it irks me no end. It’s like a freaking boil that needs to be lanced. And of course when I finally say it, and the entire table gets upset with me. (Metagaming..etc…sigh)

    TLDR: I’ve been told to just listen and don’t talk back.

    Cooking – Eh my standard operating procedure for Spaghetti. Throw spaghetti into the boiling water that has a pinch of salt added to it. Leave the lid of the pot open. Play a hearthstone game. Once you’re done with it, check your spaghetti. It should be just right, assuming the person didn’t concede on his first round and actually put up a good fight. I’m not for lengthy procedures and all that, just keep it decent and simple.

    I’ve been known for putting my muffins to bake, then playing hearthstone for 45 min before checking on them again. The way I know its cooked? If it’s cooked the muffins will tell me (there will be a delicious smell coming out).

    Cue an argument with my mom that everything had to be measured right (in grams and all that). I measure using cups(measuring cups) instead of grams. Who the heck cares? It’s not as if I’m going for any baking competitions or whatsoever right?

    I have some kind of measurement, but it isn’t fully precise – I sort of work by the feel of things. The muffins turn out right at the end of the day so I’m not too arsed anyway.

    If it’s the first time I am attempting the recipe then yes I will be more careful about my observations.

    We will not get into the arguments on she complains I fry the onions too brown, or fry the pork fat too brown when it comes to cooking(health nuts…). The thing is – if you want the flavour to come out, you’ll need to get it a little browner. And I do not believe that if you fry your onions or pork fat a little browner, you’re going to die of cancer. I mean yes I know burnt stuff causes cancer, but don’t you think that’s too much of a knee-jerk reaction?

    I believe that a short life, well lived is better then a long life full of restraints.


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    Just a Mort wrote:

    That’s also why I have been trying to restrain myself rulelawyering in games but sometimes..I see that rule not followed…it irks me no end. It’s like a freaking boil that needs to be lanced. And of course when I finally say it, and the entire table gets upset with me. (Metagaming..etc…sigh)

    TLDR: I’ve been told to just listen and don’t talk back.

    For the record, in our games, bringing up a point (and even pointing out things that you think I may have missed, as GM) is super-okay, and I appreciate when you have solid arguments!

    I am - now - vocally encouraging you to mention rules at me.

    I may not agree with those interpretations, or mandate something else, but I'd rather be clear on it than either of us go on with presumptions about what the other is thinking (since we don't exactly have mind-reading abilities... OR DO I!? ... I do not... YET).

    So long as, once it's clear we're on the same page (even if we disagree with the interpretation) we're all going to go in the direct I ultimately decide, having a rules discussion is super okay.

    EDIT: for finishing what I was saying. XD


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    I don't like restraints either, I'm more of a hands on type of guy.

    Just ask my wife.

    Shadow Lodge

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    You have my condolences, Mort. I've been there, but not near as bad as you have from the sound of it. =/

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    Sorry. I'm actually a little sniffly now.

    But I guess I've been pretty repressed. I'm fine if you tell me why I'm not supposed to do certain things, like don't wear black at night because people can't see you. So it might cause accidents.

    Sure, that makes sense. I'll buy that.

    But please don't pull out nonsensical stuff like if you turn a mattress at night, you'll be cursed with bad luck. Like how? Why? There's no scientific evidence!

    Then when do you expect me to turn that mattress when I promised someone else I would?

    You don't expect me to break my promises to another that I'd do something do you?

    If you want to tell me there's a problem with the way I am doing things, don't just tell me there's a problem if you don't have a solution for it.


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    Wait!

    What's happening to the mattress...

    The Exchange

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    I disobeyed orders and moved it back at night. Say what you want about me, but I do what I promise to do.

    The whole story: I suspected the mattress had bed bugs, so I moved into the hall for my aunt to inspect. I was going out for the rest of the day.

    After I went to the doctor and realized my bites were not bedbug bites, I told my aunt about it, she told me to move the mattress back.

    Cue me going out for the whole day, my mom tells me not to move the mattress at night. Saying it's bad luck.

    Now I promised my aunt I would move it back onto the bed. So for my mom, if you didn't want me to move it back at night, am I supposed to leave it out in the hall the whole night?

    Shadow Lodge

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    I'm guessing this is a cultural thing I've not been exposed to before, as this is the first time I've ever heard of such a thing.


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    I'm glad they aren't bedbugs though, we had a flea infestation a few years ago and that nearly broke me.

    The Exchange

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    Yes there are a whole bagful of customs here that no one would think off.

    I should be more bothered by that sort of thing, since I am sensitive so I can actually sense the presence of otherworldly things. I've never seen them,thank goodness.

    Basically it means if they want to bother me, they can. Unlike some lucky sobs who won't get to sense them at all.

    And I don't have faith so I can't exactly banish them or tell them to skoot either.

    BTW I am NOT American.


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    OK, yeah. That's pretty twisted. What would she think of Kjeldorn's Midnight Movers™?

    I understand a lot of folk traditions and folklore that made good sense in teaching kids good lessons or good behavior. I'm sure there was a reason someone taught their kids that moving beds at night is bad luck. But once you grow up into adulthood, you're supposed to realize that such traditions were there to teach you, not to adhere to.

    Ah, well, probably wandering into politics. Where's Freehold, anyway? He hasn't yelled at me in HOURS...

    Shadow Lodge

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    captain yesterday wrote:
    I'm glad they aren't bedbugs though, we had a flea infestation a few years ago and that nearly broke me.

    We have five dogs >_> fleas are a given fact of life.


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    Orthos wrote:
    captain yesterday wrote:
    I'm glad they aren't bedbugs though, we had a flea infestation a few years ago and that nearly broke me.

    We have five dogs >_> fleas are a given fact of life.

    Two dogs and seven indoor cats. I agree with that statement!


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    We still have our box spring covered in plastic.

    Bugs are generally okay though, just certain ones that need to be exterminated from existence.


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    Just a Mort wrote:

    Yes there are a whole bagful of customs here that no one would think off.

    I should be more bothered by that sort of thing, since I am sensitive so I can actually sense the presence of otherworldly things. I've never seen them,thank goodness.

    Basically it means if they want to bother me, they can. Unlike some lucky sobs who won't get to sense them at all.

    And I don't have faith so I can't exactly banish them or tell them to skoot either.

    BTW I am NOT American.

    What's faith got to do with it? Your words are as good as the next person's; if you want them to go, try asking. Actually, your word ought to be better than most peoples', seeing as how you can sense them.


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    I had bedbugs.

    It was not fun throwing away all our furniture.

    Or sleeping on a futon for months.

    Or being the only thing they ate.

    Would not recommend it.


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    Just a Mort wrote:

    Yes there are a whole bagful of customs here that no one would think off.

    I should be more bothered by that sort of thing, since I am sensitive so I can actually sense the presence of otherworldly things. I've never seen them,thank goodness.

    Basically it means if they want to bother me, they can. Unlike some lucky sobs who won't get to sense them at all.

    And I don't have faith so I can't exactly banish them or tell them to skoot either.

    BTW I am NOT American.

    i have not heard of the mattress at night thing either.


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    Closing the garage to go home soon. Goodnight, everyone.

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