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Oh! I just remembered. We had real strawberry shortcake tonight. It was tasty. And good. I also drank milk from a glass that was on a table and stifled a sneeze right now except that I don't think I'm going to b be able to and there I went.

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Hey, Double-Honours PhD and all that: What's the term for when someone says something and then several things that mean the same thing (like synonyms but for phrases)?


nekkid GMing for TOP O.O and it's the one-half-are-women-group, that will not end well

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aeglos wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
Aeglos is not talking while he reads, so I am alone.

done reading

hi Gark

That was fast.

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aeglos wrote:
today I start my other group into Serpent Skull

Cool!


Gark the Goblin wrote:
Oh! I just remembered. We had real] strawberry shortcake tonight. It was tasty. And good. I also drank milk from a glass that was on a table and stifled a sneeze right now except that I don't think I'm going to b be able to and there I went.

wiki'd strawberry shortcake - that looks very very tasty

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aeglos wrote:
nekkid GMing for TOP O.O and it's the one-half-are-women-group, that will not end well

https://secure.paizo.com/cgi-bin/WebObjects/Store.woa/wa/DirectAction/creat eNewPost?post=v5748gbij7mr0&thread=v5748dmtz3h9v#newPost

Wait how teh fk did I just get that there?

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Therapsid!

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aeglos wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
Oh! I just remembered. We had real] strawberry shortcake tonight. It was tasty. And good. I also drank milk from a glass that was on a table and stifled a sneeze right now except that I don't think I'm going to b be able to and there I went.
wiki'd strawberry shortcake - that looks very very tasty

It is! I'm going to check now and make sure Wikipedia has the kind we made. They can differ.

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Um, we didn't eat a cartoon character. She looks insipid.


Gark the Goblin wrote:
Um, we didn't eat a cartoon character. She looks insipid.

the other link, the other link

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The picture they show is not the kind we made. More like shortcake - I'm ashamed I didn't actually make it myself, so I don't know what goes in it, but it's probably the Joy of Cooking recipe (a quick google search didn't find a Joy of Cooking online shortcake recipe - I'll post tomorrow the recipe if I remember to). Then I made whipping cream (I was urged to put the whole pint into a bowl, and despite my protestations ["Whipping cream usually triples!"] I whipped it until it started spraying everywhere, upon the advent of which I poured some out into a plastic container for later use and finished whipping the rest, all of which was not even used; tomorrow people will use it for coffee, I guess) and my mother made the compote. The shortcake was in a circular pan, so we sliced it like a pie, basically, but the shape doesn't matter. When it's cut, you divide into two halves, top and bottom, with a knife. Then you put a dollop or two of whipped cream on the shortcake and then the compote, so that the compote doesn't seep into the shortcake and make it soggy (though some of us - I'm not naming any names - do strawberries, then cream). I think it would work well with that French cultured cream, but it's kinda expensive (I don't know the actual name so I can't link). We used forks tonight because the product is kinda tall.

Also, I've known a girl (off-and-on, going to different schools and all [not romantically, in case you were wondering - and without aspirations, either]) with the name "Strawberry" since 6th grade! Only figured that out last year.


aeglos wrote:
nekkid GMing for TOP O.O and it's the one-half-are-women-group, that will not end well

Because of which half?

Soooo tempted to use a different alias for this. My only real Uri-type alias. But would offend most of you.

Edit: I lied! I found another alias.


Gark the Goblin wrote:
aeglos wrote:
nekkid GMing for TOP O.O and it's the one-half-are-women-group, that will not end well
Because of which half?

Yeah, top or bottom?


Gark the Goblin wrote:


Also, I've known a girl (off-and-on, going to different schools and all [not romantically, in case you were wondering - and without aspirations, either]) with the name "Strawberry" since 6th grade! Only figured that out last year.

is she a redhead ? :-)


Chaos Dwarf wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
aeglos wrote:
nekkid GMing for TOP O.O and it's the one-half-are-women-group, that will not end well
Because of which half?
Yeah, top or bottom?

well I think my bottom half would cause the annoyance


Gark the Goblin wrote:
Hey, Double-Honours PhD and all that: What's the term for when someone says something and then several things that mean the same thing (like synonyms but for phrases)?

You could look up redundant in the thesaurus, or try superfluity in a dictionary of synonyms and antonyms.

Liberty's Edge

aeglos wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:


Also, I've known a girl (off-and-on, going to different schools and all [not romantically, in case you were wondering - and without aspirations, either]) with the name "Strawberry" since 6th grade! Only figured that out last year.

is she a redhead ? :-)

No, black-haired. She's Japanese. (And no, that's not racist.)


Gark the Goblin wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:


Also, I've known a girl (off-and-on, going to different schools and all [not romantically, in case you were wondering - and without aspirations, either]) with the name "Strawberry" since 6th grade! Only figured that out last year.

is she a redhead ? :-)
No, black-haired. She's Japanese. (And no, that's not racist.)

aha! you just figuered it out because she is named strawberry in japanese not in english (?)


I should be out doing garden wok right now :-(
too lazy

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Kruelaid wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
Hey, Double-Honours PhD and all that: What's the term for when someone says something and then several things that mean the same thing (like synonyms but for phrases)?
You could look up redundant in the thesaurus, or try superfluity in a dictionary of synonyms and antonyms.

Thank you, I appreciate it. I was wondering if there was anything unique, or a distinct word. I will go check now; I begin looking.

Yeah, not as good: bad.

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aeglos wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:


Also, I've known a girl (off-and-on, going to different schools and all [not romantically, in case you were wondering - and without aspirations, either]) with the name "Strawberry" since 6th grade! Only figured that out last year.

is she a redhead ? :-)
No, black-haired. She's Japanese. (And no, that's not racist.)
aha! you just figuered it out because she is named strawberry in japanese not in english (?)

Yeah, Ichigo. Oddly enough, some men are named "Ichigo." It's pretty common there.

Edit: The name "Ichigo," that is. Though I suppose it's somewhat common for men to have it too.

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aeglos wrote:

I should be out doing garden wok right now :-(

too lazy

If you plant strawberries you won't have to do any work!

Except that they might die from heat. But our strawberries are going f!@@ing crazy here - trying to take over the rest of the garden.

If you're talking about a flower garden, strawberries have flowers. Monoculture ftw!

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Too long to check. Didn't read.

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Anyway, how hot can it get in summer over there? I'd expect, given what I saw, Willamette-Valley-type weather. But then I only saw a small portion.

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Time to retire from this life of crime, Batman.

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But you are Batman!

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Robin, I never liked you. You always make me seem too happy. No longer!

<Jacks Robin's supply of euphoria-inducing drugs and needles.>

No one drugs Batman!

<Tosses over convenient cliff.>

Liberty's Edge

This is what you get when I'm not tired but then I look at the clock and think maybe I should be tired but then I tell myself back that I'm not tired but then I tell myself that I am and I'm not and I am and not and am and not and am not am not am not am not am not ad infinitum. I get tired of that.

Liberty's Edge

With probably further a 'do, I will be off.


Gark the Goblin wrote:
aeglos wrote:

I should be out doing garden wok right now :-(

too lazy

If you plant strawberries you won't have to do any work!

Except that they might die from heat. But our strawberries are going f%+#ing crazy here - trying to take over the rest of the garden.

If you're talking about a flower garden, strawberries have flowers. Monoculture ftw!

I have wood strawberries

Liberty's Edge

Okay, looks like the rest of the OTD is dead. I'm gonna retire from this life of crime, then. Maybe build me a casino in Vegas. 'Night all.


Gark the Goblin wrote:
Anyway, how hot can it get in summer over there? I'd expect, given what I saw, Willamette-Valley-type weather. But then I only saw a small portion.

where? here? around 35°C on the hottest days maybe even near 40° but there can be whole summer weeks with only 20° and daily rain


Gark the Goblin wrote:
Okay, looks like the rest of the OTD is dead. I'm gonna retire from this life of crime, then. Maybe build me a casino in Vegas. 'Night all.

good night

Liberty's Edge

aeglos wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
aeglos wrote:

I should be out doing garden wok right now :-(

too lazy

If you plant strawberries you won't have to do any work!

Except that they might die from heat. But our strawberries are going f%+#ing crazy here - trying to take over the rest of the garden.

If you're talking about a flower garden, strawberries have flowers. Monoculture ftw!

I have wood strawberries

Okay mmmm I lied. One more post.

We have alpine strawberries at our place, as well as the big variety that only fruits at certain times of year. They've interbred, so the newer plants produce smaller, more flavourful fruits. However, much like the northern spotted owl, they can't compete. We need to do a massive kill-off of the big strawberries to protect the small year-round tasty ones.

Liberty's Edge

aeglos wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
Anyway, how hot can it get in summer over there? I'd expect, given what I saw, Willamette-Valley-type weather. But then I only saw a small portion.
where? here? around 35°C on the hottest days maybe even near 40° but there can be whole summer weeks with only 20° and daily rain

Yeah, even our wimpy overbred giant strawberries are fine with that. Cool!

"Oh s#!$! I lied again!" But this is goodnight.


Gark the Goblin wrote:
Kruelaid wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
Hey, Double-Honours PhD and all that: What's the term for when someone says something and then several things that mean the same thing (like synonyms but for phrases)?
You could look up redundant in the thesaurus, or try superfluity in a dictionary of synonyms and antonyms.

Thank you, I appreciate it. I was wondering if there was anything unique, or a distinct word. I will go check now; I begin looking.

Yeah, not as good: bad.

*rimshot*

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Sooo... just checking in over here to see what's what. :)

And Kruely, you need to check your e-mail if you get this before you either check there or FB. :)

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Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
TENSOR!!! *SQUEE*
Tensor's becoming like the prophet of Doom and junk.

Huh. I thought Urizen was the prophet of Junk.


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taig wrote:
Mairkurion {tm} wrote:
Studpuffin wrote:
TENSOR!!! *SQUEE*
Tensor's becoming like the prophet of Doom and junk.

Huh. I thought Urizen was the prophet of Junk.

*blink*

And here I thought he was the profit of junk .... =D

*blink*


Jess Door wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
Observation of the day: Plants are cool because they can break into soil that is difficult to break apart with your fingers. Also: concrete!

Plants are evil because they sit there all innocent-like. "Oh, hmm...I can't move, I'm not a threat to you, OH WAIT THERE'S A GIANT GROSS SOMETHING ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THAT LEAF YOU JUST TOUCHED!" Or green peppers..."look, I'm just a vegetable, just hanging out, but I'm HOLLOW INSIDE AND YOU NEVER KNOW WHEN FLESH EATING SCARAB BEETLES MIGHT SWARM OUT OF THOSE HOLLOW PLACES AND EAT YOU!"

...maybe that's just me, though.

Brocolli leaves are all pale, and they always have bug eaten holes in them...they're scary zombie leaves.

::shudders::

You fleshies are so sensitive.

The worms crawl in,
The worms crawl out,
The worms play pinochle on your snout


aeglos wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
aeglos wrote:

I should be out doing garden wok right now :-(

too lazy

If you plant strawberries you won't have to do any work!

Except that they might die from heat. But our strawberries are going f%+#ing crazy here - trying to take over the rest of the garden.

If you're talking about a flower garden, strawberries have flowers. Monoculture ftw!

I have wood, Strawberry

FIFY

O.o


Emperor7 wrote:


You fleshies are so sensitive.

The worms crawl in,
The worms crawl out,
The worms play pinochle on your snout

Look out E7! Gypsy Moths!


Patrick Curtin wrote:
Emperor7 wrote:


You fleshies are so sensitive.

The worms crawl in,
The worms crawl out,
The worms play pinochle on your snout

Look out E7! Gypsy Moths!

Ack! Gypsies!

Shadow Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Rulebook, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Alas, the party successfully mowed through all of the bad guys I threw at them last night. I'm beginning to hate dispel magic and silence >:S

And so closes book 3 of Rise of the Runelords: The Hook Mountain Massacre.

Not to worry, hope for a nice TPK springs eternal. We start Book 4: Fortress of the Stone Giants in two weeks.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:

Alas, the party successfully mowed through all of the bad guys I threw at them last night. I'm beginning to hate dispel magic and silence >:S

And so closes book 3 of Rise of the Runelords: The Hook Mountain Massacre.

Not to worry, hope for a nice TPK springs eternal. We start Book 4: Fortress of the Stone Giants in two weeks.

We are 2 sessions into Fortress of the Stone Giants. I must admit that it is one of the ones I know very little about, so I'm interested to see how it plays.


Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:

Alas, the party successfully mowed through all of the bad guys I threw at them last night. I'm beginning to hate dispel magic and silence >:S

And so closes book 3 of Rise of the Runelords: The Hook Mountain Massacre.

Not to worry, hope for a nice TPK springs eternal. We start Book 4: Fortress of the Stone Giants in two weeks.

Meh. I'm lucky if my game's party makes it to the third round of combat. They just pwned a Yochlol and her squad of worg-mounted drow.

Scarab Sages RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32

Patrick Curtin wrote:
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:

Alas, the party successfully mowed through all of the bad guys I threw at them last night. I'm beginning to hate dispel magic and silence >:S

And so closes book 3 of Rise of the Runelords: The Hook Mountain Massacre.

Not to worry, hope for a nice TPK springs eternal. We start Book 4: Fortress of the Stone Giants in two weeks.

Meh. I'm lucky if my game's party makes it to the third round of combat. They just pwned a Yochlol and her squad of worg-mounted drow.

It's OK Pat. I'm bringing in a Flavour Character, so that'll bring the party average down a bit. ;)


Treppa wrote:
Was AZ wandering the KY byways?

What Arizona want with sex jelly?

Sovereign Court

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Emperor7 wrote:
Jess Door wrote:
Gark the Goblin wrote:
Observation of the day: Plants are cool because they can break into soil that is difficult to break apart with your fingers. Also: concrete!

Plants are evil because they sit there all innocent-like. "Oh, hmm...I can't move, I'm not a threat to you, OH WAIT THERE'S A GIANT GROSS SOMETHING ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THAT LEAF YOU JUST TOUCHED!" Or green peppers..."look, I'm just a vegetable, just hanging out, but I'm HOLLOW INSIDE AND YOU NEVER KNOW WHEN FLESH EATING SCARAB BEETLES MIGHT SWARM OUT OF THOSE HOLLOW PLACES AND EAT YOU!"

...maybe that's just me, though.

Brocolli leaves are all pale, and they always have bug eaten holes in them...they're scary zombie leaves.

::shudders::

You fleshies are so sensitive.

The worms crawl in,
The worms crawl out,
The worms play pinochle on your snout

Pinochle!

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