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It could be Avenue Q Gary Coleman!


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I must have words with the wardrobe team.


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"Ms. Scint, give me a fake name. I can't think of one."
"Bob."
"A different name?"
"Smith."

...so I had a few kids decide that the soldier in their narrative prompt was stationed at Ft. Bob Smith.


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Don't forget Gary Coleman in "Sid and Nancy".

"What you talkin' 'bout, Johnny Rotten?"


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And then there was the one who wrote a really solid letter with a lot of great detail from primary sources...

and then ended it "With love, Wacky Waving Arm Inflatable Tube Man."

ಠ_ಠ


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NobodysHome wrote:

So, yesterday our present for Hermione finally arrived, marking roughly 9 "business days" since I ordered it via "expedited" shipping. Since their site claimed "7-9 days", I suppose it's right within the realm of when they said it would show up. All those weekends and holidays really did add up, though.

The good news is that it seems to be a perfectly nice item, and it's even machine-washable! (We'll find out now, as I never let kids put on clothes that haven't been washed first.)

The better news is that we had a nice back-up thanks to certain relatives: We gave her a copy of, "Supergirl: Cosmic Adventures in the 8th Grade" signed by the author and artist. She seemed pretty happy with it, and now we have a birthday present for her!

In other news about other people's kids, Tiny Valeros earned some serious chops on Saturday. We've been giving away the kids' stuffed animals, and Impus Major took one look at "Tad" and decided he would be a great gift for Tiny V. On Saturday Impus Major was away and we gifted Tad to Tiny V. Cue Impus Minor fleeing into his room and bursting into tears -- apparently Tad was very important to him, for... er... reasons.
So NobodysWife told me, and I called lisamarlene out to the back porch to discuss the situation, and she brought Tiny Valeros out. I told him what was going on, and that I'd happily buy him a replacement, and I was very sorry.
He took it better than most adults I've ever met. "Well, if Impus Minor likes it, and it's making him sad, then we should give it to him."
The matter-of-fact way he said it was amazing. Then, once we'd decided, Tiny V decided that it was HIS job to pick up Tad, carry him into Impus Minor's room, and give it back to him.

So yeah, I was pretty much willing to get Tiny V almost anything he wanted off Amazon after that performance (but OK,...

...who is Tad?


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lisamarlene wrote:
Oh. My. God. First day back after Christmas Vacation. Half of the parents forgot to send changes of clothes for their children's Cubbies and of course those are the children who always wet themselves, I had a new child start school today, one teacher quit over the break, and another is out all week following surgery. Also it turns out that one teacher who was here yesterday setting up took the master keys home with her so we couldn't open the gate for parents until 20 minutes after school was supposed to start.

hugs lisamarlene


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NobodysHome wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:

LM, I don't envy your day. At all. *sends virtual hugs in hopes of a better afternoon*

Tonight we're going out for Chinese and then catching a movie. Darkest Hour. Gary Oldman is always a win.

Not when every time you see his name you think the person is referring to Gary Coleman. It makes for very different movies.

whether its Coleman, Oldman, Busey, Teter, or [last name censored], you just can't go wrong with Gary.

This message brought to you by Abscondi-cave LLC, a subsidiary of Gary Co.


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Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:

LM, I don't envy your day. At all. *sends virtual hugs in hopes of a better afternoon*

Tonight we're going out for Chinese and then catching a movie. Darkest Hour. Gary Oldman is always a win.

Not when every time you see his name you think the person is referring to Gary Coleman. It makes for very different movies.

whether its Coleman, Oldman, Busey, Teter, or [last name censored], you just can't go wrong with Gary.

This message brought to you by Abscondi-cave LLC, a subsidiary of Gary Co.

Smell ya later.


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Scintillae wrote:

"Ms. Scint, give me a fake name. I can't think of one."

"Bob."
"A different name?"
"Smith."

...so I had a few kids decide that the soldier in their narrative prompt was stationed at Ft. Bob Smith.

In my RotRL campaign, my players wanted to interact with every NPC they ever met. And, of course, the first question they would ask would be, "What's your name?"

They delighted in this because I'm terrible with names.

So, a la Gamers: Dorkness Rising (couldn't find the clip to link), if an NPC was named "Willem" or "Willemina", it meant, "Please leave this NPC alone. They're not worth talking to."


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Nothing like dropping your right hand into a vat of right-off-the-pressure-cooker marinara sauce to make you thankful for "cooking hands".

Not only do I show off to the kids by grabbing things out of the oven bare-handed, but the only part of my hand that got burned was the area not involved in cooking (the back of my hand, which I only use on the kids).


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Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
We've been giving away the kids' stuffed animals, and Impus Major took one look at "Tad" and decided he would be a great gift for Tiny V...
...who is Tad?

The stuffed T-Rex (linked) Impus Major and I were trying to give to Tiny Valeros.


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lynora wrote:
The change back to unnatural sleep schedule (translation: no sleep for me because not a morning person and can't make myself be one, yes, I have tried all the things, no, they don't work, my brain still thinks it's the middle of the afternoon when it's time to go to bed and the middle of the night when I need to get up, no, it can't be fixed, yes, I mean it, I really have tried all the things...ALL the things, no, I didn't miss any) and the sudden warm front giving me a headache have combined to create the perfect storm of general b&#%!iness. I am in a foul mood for no particular reason at all. And the loud couple behind me are not helping. I am wearing noise cancelling headphones with music blasting at slightly painful levels and it still isn't enough to drown out their conversation. Ugh. It's not even interesting conversation. I mean, if someone is going to force me to eavesdrop on them, they should at least have the good grace to be entertaining. ;)

hugs lynora


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NobodysHome wrote:
Scintillae wrote:

"Ms. Scint, give me a fake name. I can't think of one."

"Bob."
"A different name?"
"Smith."

...so I had a few kids decide that the soldier in their narrative prompt was stationed at Ft. Bob Smith.

In my RotRL campaign, my players wanted to interact with every NPC they ever met. And, of course, the first question they would ask would be, "What's your name?"

They delighted in this because I'm terrible with names.

So, a la Gamers: Dorkness Rising (couldn't find the clip to link), if an NPC was named "Willem" or "Willemina", it meant, "Please leave this NPC alone. They're not worth talking to."

Say hello to my little friend.


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It's impossible to get anything done when the dog decides your lap is the one he'll rest in all afternoon.


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Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:

LM, I don't envy your day. At all. *sends virtual hugs in hopes of a better afternoon*

Tonight we're going out for Chinese and then catching a movie. Darkest Hour. Gary Oldman is always a win.

Not when every time you see his name you think the person is referring to Gary Coleman. It makes for very different movies.

whether its Coleman, Oldman, Busey, Teter, or [last name censored], you just can't go wrong with Gary.

This message brought to you by Abscondi-cave LLC, a subsidiary of Gary Co.

Hahaha.

Seriously. You "can't go wrong" with Gary "my mission on this planet is to make Charlie Sheen and Randy Quaid look sane" Busey?


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lynora wrote:
The change back to unnatural sleep schedule (translation: no sleep for me because not a morning person and can't make myself be one, yes, I have tried all the things, no, they don't work, my brain still thinks it's the middle of the afternoon when it's time to go to bed and the middle of the night when I need to get up, no, it can't be fixed, yes, I mean it, I really have tried all the things...ALL the things, no, I didn't miss any) and the sudden warm front giving me a headache have combined to create the perfect storm of general b*&@$iness. I am in a foul mood for no particular reason at all. And the loud couple behind me are not helping. I am wearing noise cancelling headphones with music blasting at slightly painful levels and it still isn't enough to drown out their conversation. Ugh. It's not even interesting conversation. I mean, if someone is going to force me to eavesdrop on them, they should at least have the good grace to be entertaining. ;)

More e-hugs!


lynora wrote:
That feeling when you know you should update your PBP, you look it over to get started again, and wish you could have a do-over. This thing is a hot mess. >.<

I know!

... but it's better that you're looking over it! After two failed submissions (in which I lost everything because my phone isn't able to keep info), I'm fighting my own hatred of all things writing. Blerg.

(Doesn't help that I don't really have the time to do things.)


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Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Scintillae wrote:

"Ms. Scint, give me a fake name. I can't think of one."

"Bob."
"A different name?"
"Smith."

...so I had a few kids decide that the soldier in their narrative prompt was stationed at Ft. Bob Smith.

In my RotRL campaign, my players wanted to interact with every NPC they ever met. And, of course, the first question they would ask would be, "What's your name?"

They delighted in this because I'm terrible with names.

So, a la Gamers: Dorkness Rising (couldn't find the clip to link), if an NPC was named "Willem" or "Willemina", it meant, "Please leave this NPC alone. They're not worth talking to."

Say hello to my little friend.

Word of advice: Take Polish names it generates with a grain of salt... It often gives the wrong gender second name. There are a precious few cases where feminine name can be given as a second name to males (Jan Maria - i.e. John Mary), and many names have variants for both genders (e.g. Antoni/Antonia, Wacław/Wacława, Kaziemierz/Kazimiera), but generally Polish names are gender-specific.


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Tacticslion wrote:
I also need to update my PbP, and find pictures of a ton of individual lashunta and elves and probably some catfolk and wayangs and hobgoblins who are prophets of Kalistrade. It'd help if they're wearing diaphanous stuff in an fantasy-Arabian style. Also one of them needs to be thin and refined but aging catfolk, one needs to be a kobold (newly with wings, as he's secretly a doppleganger; admittedly he's going to change forms into a "perfect hybrid" form in three months), one needs to be a strong female elf, and one needs to be a hideous hairy lashunta dude with bad hygiene and manners (as well as a version where he's a bald lashunta-like bald satyr fey lord, and one where he's a young hobgoblin - his story is complicated), and a laid back servant/prophet half-lashunta/half-elf male, an extremely strict and rigid nogifsune (with distressingly delightfully fluffy tail), a fluttershy-like Lashunta, a female elf librarian, a human former barabarian (aging, but still ruggedly strong) who is an animal caretaker, an elf male astronomer, a lashunta male scribe, a civilized-looking Eloko female, an incredibly hot elf-lashunta-humanoid with purple-blue-teal hair and eyes (and is a dragon with those scales - a dozen similar but unique looking individuals, preferably even split of sexes, gold-flecked/tinted pewter or copper skin with gorgeous ebony-specific features), a group of Biloko and a group of them that is variant with bugbear-size/design (all of which dress more like Arabic goblins), a two-headed small-sized vicious gray shota beast (with lots more one-headed shota beasts), some cooshee hounds, sort of cute but smaller troll hounds, and pretty much all of my NPCs in Tzasis.

I suppose this should be a Tzasis update.

Grwyr (or "Grau'ow-her"?) aka "Song Dragons" are gorgeous shapeshifters, stunning to behold in dragon or humanoid form. They are excessively reclusive among themselves and live off the coastal areas. They are vicious, omniverous, curious, and unintelligent until they have aged for over a thousand years (at which point, their intelligence begins to exceed most mortals; they rarely live that long, however).

Though on the big end, they are medium-sized, they eat voraciously, and will casually kill things that they they want to eat (which is usually not humanoids).

Their alternate forms are exceedingly sexually alluring, and sailors have been known to be driven to mad quests to find them and pledge allegiance to them.

As the females are, by far, the more sociable of the group, and beautiful females vanishing as a dragon flies away from the sight of some unidentifiable slaughter is a thing around these, the dragons have garnered an undeserved reputation of kidnapping and devouring fair maidens (often mythologized to be princesses) - they only devour fair maidens if they're really hungry and there's nothing else to eat and said maiden has been really irritating (or just has a really irritating voice), or if she was already "basically dead" already.

They also are phenomenal singers - in humanoid or dragon form, they have the ability to create powerful and captivating melodies that create incredible harmonies with other song dragons (hence their name), and when one creates a song, most nearby (if any) do as well. They are not creatures of culture, however, so despite their unquenchable beauty, such displays are often cut short at seemingly random moments (it must be noted, this has been known to drive some musical aficionados mad with attempting to force them to finish the melody; this rarely bothers them, however, as, if said aficionado is too unpleasant, they'll just eat them). Though it compels other creatures - sentient or otherwise - to attend them and draw closer and listen in rapt attention, their music (such as it is) is sacred to them, and they would never sully it as a hunting technique unless literally about to die, and even then they are often to shamed by the experience to follow through - even the effectively non-sentient males refrain from such uses.

Though ignorant of most things, they somehow are drawn to sites of great natural history and import - especially ancient reef structures - and tend to layer around them. It is unknown what draws them to such places.

Yes, I'm basically making them a gestalt of this picture (with more bright colors! ... so maybe Trolls*?) - and the creatures that picture is for -, and elf/lashunta/nymph gestalts, and these creatures. Also with a harpy's song ability. Why do you ask?

I have spent way too much time making this write-up.

EDIT 2: *these trolls, by the way

EDIT: also, they like shiny things, but have a weird code of individualism and equality - they won't let one give things without paying the apparent-debt. What that payment is, however, is... random. Perhaps you save its life, and it gives you a dead deer or field mouse (or equivalent). Perhaps you give it a copper (shininess optional), and it gives you a precious stone that summons a fire genie. They do hoard treasure and glitteries, but they also tend to drop it into a communal pile. Their psychology is whimsical and infuriating to figure out for most creatures, who often declare them functionally insane (even though it makes perfect sense to themselves) and/or really dumb (fair). Regardless, what constitutes as a good trade is determined only in the mind of a grwyr, and many have made bargains (with a female, as they're the only ones you really can talk with) which they believe will give them great rewards, only to be disappointed at the result.

Females rule all things, but share equally and equitably between them. The males are literal possessions, but this doesn't bother them, and it rarely comes up. About the only time it arises is when a female gives a male to someone in exchange for treasure - though this is a gift that must be freely offered, and never expected. In this case, the male is docile and subservient only to the female song dragons and its new owner - everyone else is treated according to how it perceives them treating these two things. They can be trained to mimic speech, though they lack understanding. Females can learn languages, though they are never brilliant conversationalists (at least not for the first thousand years or so).

And, yes, Freehold, they do reject all clothing - after all, it doesn't shapeshift with them, and isn't aerodynamic, so.

EDIT 2: changed two posts to one, and aaarrrrggggg why am I spending time on this, my house still literally looks like a tornado came throooooouuuuugggghhhh (it didn't).


NobodysHome wrote:
Scintillae wrote:

"Ms. Scint, give me a fake name. I can't think of one."

"Bob."
"A different name?"
"Smith."

...so I had a few kids decide that the soldier in their narrative prompt was stationed at Ft. Bob Smith.

In my RotRL campaign, my players wanted to interact with every NPC they ever met. And, of course, the first question they would ask would be, "What's your name?"

They delighted in this because I'm terrible with names.

So, a la Gamers: Dorkness Rising (couldn't find the clip to link), if an NPC was named "Willem" or "Willemina", it meant, "Please leave this NPC alone. They're not worth talking to."

Love that film.

Names are haaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrrrrrrrd.

(I, too, use Scint's secret technique.)


Also, John, I literally just noticed that your name synched up with the Venusian chronicles. You may like my setting. Or not!

(It's very different from that series.)


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It does sound interesting.


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I name everyone George Foreman.

After all, it worked for George Foreman.


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Windows 10 did an update, and my anti-virus program requested a scan. It's a hundred minutes into it, not even halfway done, and I'm bored. Can't play Civilization II, can't watch my AMV videos, or anything on a flash drive for that matter. The only thing I can do is stay on the forums, because nothing gets saved onto the Hard drive.


captain yesterday wrote:

I name everyone George Foreman.

After all, it worked for George Foreman.

We renamed our George Foreman (tm), "King George."

(By, "we," of course, I mean, "me.")


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Drejk wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Scintillae wrote:

"Ms. Scint, give me a fake name. I can't think of one."

"Bob."
"A different name?"
"Smith."

...so I had a few kids decide that the soldier in their narrative prompt was stationed at Ft. Bob Smith.

In my RotRL campaign, my players wanted to interact with every NPC they ever met. And, of course, the first question they would ask would be, "What's your name?"

They delighted in this because I'm terrible with names.

So, a la Gamers: Dorkness Rising (couldn't find the clip to link), if an NPC was named "Willem" or "Willemina", it meant, "Please leave this NPC alone. They're not worth talking to."

Say hello to my little friend.
Word of advice: Take Polish names it generates with a grain of salt... It often gives the wrong gender second name. There are a precious few cases where feminine name can be given as a second name to males (Jan Maria - i.e. John Mary), and many names have variants for both genders (e.g. Antoni/Antonia, Wacław/Wacława, Kaziemierz/Kazimiera), but generally Polish names are gender-specific.

I call my son Łośiek. (Nickname, not real name.) Is that wrong?


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Two hours and now, about half done. Scan should be done around 9 PM EST.


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To the toy mines for me.


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Got home from work in time to see one car t-bone another into a light pole. After yelling at a coworker for stepping in front of an oncoming car and how she could get run over doing that.

Not posting much. Police will want to talk to me soon.

Yay me.


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lynora wrote:
The change back to unnatural sleep schedule (translation: no sleep for me because not a morning person and can't make myself be one, yes, I have tried all the things, no, they don't work, my brain still thinks it's the middle of the afternoon when it's time to go to bed and the middle of the night when I need to get up, no, it can't be fixed, yes, I mean it, I really have tried all the things...ALL the things, no, I didn't miss any) and the sudden warm front giving me a headache have combined to create the perfect storm of general b##&%iness. I am in a foul mood for no particular reason at all. And the loud couple behind me are not helping. I am wearing noise cancelling headphones with music blasting at slightly painful levels and it still isn't enough to drown out their conversation. Ugh. It's not even interesting conversation. I mean, if someone is going to force me to eavesdrop on them, they should at least have the good grace to be entertaining. ;)

Have you tried doing a Hopak dance in a catgirl outfit while slamming jaegarbombs?


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Extremely boring tonight.

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To LM and Lynora - I hope your respective days turn out better.

I've got slightly heat resistant paws myself, but not to your extent, NH. Again I do cook.

One way of checking if the gelatine mix for the mango pudding was too hot(else it'll burn the eggs), is to put 3 fingers against the glass bowl holding the mix, and hold it there for 10 s. If you can do it, the mix is the right temperature.

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Terrinam - what do the police want to do talk to you about? The car or yelling at your co-worker?


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Probably the car, as he's a witness.

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Everyone in my family gets heat resistant hands, cook or not, because my granny sticks her plates in the oven. You develop a resistance quite quickly when you need it to be able to move your plate at Sunday dinner for whatever reason.

Personally I blame this scar for any resistance to heat I've developed in my right hand.

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Next time use a wet dishrag. Also I think for your arena run you need to clarify with the Gee M on that you need the action to take out the dagger and drop it at Callous Rakes feet. Then post your action so he can continue.

Looks like another day of heavy filing. We'll see.

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I did mention in a post asking was it not the rakes turn. Although we really need to shift discussion to the discussion, rather than continuing using the recruitment thread.

I also acquired the scar at 15 months old, in church, so a wet dishrag was out of the question.


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lisamarlene wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:

LM, I don't envy your day. At all. *sends virtual hugs in hopes of a better afternoon*

Tonight we're going out for Chinese and then catching a movie. Darkest Hour. Gary Oldman is always a win.

Not when every time you see his name you think the person is referring to Gary Coleman. It makes for very different movies.

whether its Coleman, Oldman, Busey, Teter, or [last name censored], you just can't go wrong with Gary.

This message brought to you by Abscondi-cave LLC, a subsidiary of Gary Co.

Hahaha.

Seriously. You "can't go wrong" with Gary "my mission on this planet is to make Charlie Sheen and Randy Quaid look sane" Busey?

Hello, pants...


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lisamarlene wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Scintillae wrote:

"Ms. Scint, give me a fake name. I can't think of one."

"Bob."
"A different name?"
"Smith."

...so I had a few kids decide that the soldier in their narrative prompt was stationed at Ft. Bob Smith.

In my RotRL campaign, my players wanted to interact with every NPC they ever met. And, of course, the first question they would ask would be, "What's your name?"

They delighted in this because I'm terrible with names.

So, a la Gamers: Dorkness Rising (couldn't find the clip to link), if an NPC was named "Willem" or "Willemina", it meant, "Please leave this NPC alone. They're not worth talking to."

Say hello to my little friend.
Word of advice: Take Polish names it generates with a grain of salt... It often gives the wrong gender second name. There are a precious few cases where feminine name can be given as a second name to males (Jan Maria - i.e. John Mary), and many names have variants for both genders (e.g. Antoni/Antonia, Wacław/Wacława, Kaziemierz/Kazimiera), but generally Polish names are gender-specific.
I call my son Łośiek. (Nickname, not real name.) Is that wrong?

...that is one cool name.


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Terrinam wrote:
lynora wrote:
The change back to unnatural sleep schedule (translation: no sleep for me because not a morning person and can't make myself be one, yes, I have tried all the things, no, they don't work, my brain still thinks it's the middle of the afternoon when it's time to go to bed and the middle of the night when I need to get up, no, it can't be fixed, yes, I mean it, I really have tried all the things...ALL the things, no, I didn't miss any) and the sudden warm front giving me a headache have combined to create the perfect storm of general b##&%iness. I am in a foul mood for no particular reason at all. And the loud couple behind me are not helping. I am wearing noise cancelling headphones with music blasting at slightly painful levels and it still isn't enough to drown out their conversation. Ugh. It's not even interesting conversation. I mean, if someone is going to force me to eavesdrop on them, they should at least have the good grace to be entertaining. ;)
Have you tried doing a Hopak dance in a catgirl outfit while slamming jaegarbombs?

hands terrinam a device

when she does that, press this button. It will summon me.

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That's why I asked for separate gameplay and discussion threads for a reason.

Also I am very fond of the sound of my own voice...

I'd probably put it as move action to pull out dagger, free action to drop it, was I GMing.


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Freehold DM wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Scintillae wrote:

"Ms. Scint, give me a fake name. I can't think of one."

"Bob."
"A different name?"
"Smith."

...so I had a few kids decide that the soldier in their narrative prompt was stationed at Ft. Bob Smith.

In my RotRL campaign, my players wanted to interact with every NPC they ever met. And, of course, the first question they would ask would be, "What's your name?"

They delighted in this because I'm terrible with names.

So, a la Gamers: Dorkness Rising (couldn't find the clip to link), if an NPC was named "Willem" or "Willemina", it meant, "Please leave this NPC alone. They're not worth talking to."

Say hello to my little friend.
Word of advice: Take Polish names it generates with a grain of salt... It often gives the wrong gender second name. There are a precious few cases where feminine name can be given as a second name to males (Jan Maria - i.e. John Mary), and many names have variants for both genders (e.g. Antoni/Antonia, Wacław/Wacława, Kaziemierz/Kazimiera), but generally Polish names are gender-specific.
I call my son Łośiek. (Nickname, not real name.) Is that wrong?
...that is one cool name.

If I am correct, it is a male Polish diminutive of "moose". If I'm wrong, I'm probably calling him "fiberglass" by accident.

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Just a Mort wrote:
I actually prefer alliance to horde(see the lawfulness - I think horde appeals to chaotics), cos the characters look cooler. Horde tend to be on the big ugly side. But alas, BF playing horde, so suck it.

All my characters were Alliance as well, so you're not alone.

But that's mostly because I really like Draenei. All my above listed characters were Draenei except the Mage, who was a Worgen I made and played for the very short time I was around for Cata.


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But I've been using it since he was born, so it's a little late for "whoops, guess you're stuck with it, kid".

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Just a Mort wrote:

That's why I asked for separate gameplay and discussion threads for a reason.

Also I am very fond of the sound of my own voice...

I'd probably put it as move action to pull out dagger, free action to drop it, was I GMing.

That's what he gave me the answer as. And it's also why unless I manage to succeed at a hover check he's not getting it back anytime soon.

I noticed that as well. I popped over to your discussion thread for a bit, and just thought, "Well Mort talks a hell of a lot more than I do"

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You never know if his co-worker wanted to sue him for psychological harassment for yelling at her for she she stepped in front of the car...

Fine, I have cynical streaks. Again reading about the Nanjing Peng Yu incident does that to you.

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Just a Mort wrote:

You never know if his co-worker wanted to sue him for psychological harassment for yelling at her for she she stepped in front of the car...

Fine, I have cynical streaks. Again reading about the Nanjing Peng Yu incident does that to you.

Wikipedia wrote:
The court decided in favor of the plaintiff and held Peng liable for damages, reasoning that despite the lack of concrete evidence, "no one would in good conscience help someone unless they felt guilty".

WTF

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Taliesan - I suspect that the Callous Rake does not have another ranged weapon. But wait for GM to confirm it.

Orthos, I go for looking adorable and fluffy in WOW. Horde tends to be looking on the bulky and menacing side :(

Oh - no warlocks for me, I boycotted Fel. Including fel puppies. I’m NOT dealing with demons for power…arggh the chaos…and the evil…!

And people wonder why no one went to help Yue Yue

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