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The Game Hamster wrote:

Two pages?!?

That was one night!!

I remember when the FAWtL collective would kill two pages in under half an hour, back when we would try and break the boards just for kicks.

Ahhh, the good old days.

Top of page? Nekkid party dance!


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G&&#&+n f#&&ing mud.


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The Game Hamster wrote:

Two pages?!?

That was one night!!

53 of those posts were between 0001 and 0523, Pacific time.

Mostly from Gran and Vid.

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Cover Turtle wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:

Anyone else have stick biscuits as a part of your wienie roasts as a kid? Because for some reason I'm thinking about stick biscuits.

For those who don't know, a stick biscuit is a biscuit that was cooked over a bonfire using a biscuit stick.

kinda like Twist bread?

Just a Mort wrote:

Also went kickboxing earlier. Yes Cover Turtle, I know, but I told you wis is probably a dump stat for me.

I am a not violent kitty and have no inclination on being violent. That being said if punching people's gloves is that much of an impact, I don't want to think what punching people in the face would be like ><

Also generally my inclination is to block rather then sidestep/dodge.

Not really a violent person either…maybe quite the opposite actually. If you like kickboxing, then go for it! I bet its great exercise and a good way to burn through your aggression (and boy, do somedays give just give you that in spades *eye twitch*) in a efficient way.

Just be careful about that hurt paw of yours…we wouldn't want you to compound your injuries ^^

Me? I'm mostly harmless. Pretty low on the confrontation, aggression and general grrrr meter.
I am argumentative and contrarian, though, and I do tend to push peoples buttons during debates…doesn't really help that I'm very cynical, bitter, hyperbolic and venomous when debates get heated either…been during better about that these last couple of years though.
But as for physical confrontations, I really shy away from those. Which is quite a feat considering my bulk ^^'

*Assumes the Snapping Turtle style stance and waves at kitty to 'come at him'*

Nah I'm pretty much fine now. No long distance running but for short distances should be good. I dunno, but I actually felt worse about my foot before body combat then after.

Me? I get irritated pretty easily, and I sort of am a bundle of energy. I need to tap it off otherwise I get restless. That's why generally it's something that involves quite a bit of cardio exercises. It helps burn off the excess zip so I end up in a more stable state.

Again the bright side of that is that I can pretty much keep truckin' along all day.

*pounces on the Cover Turtle in snapping turtle style, claws retracted*

Sometimes I think my high energy is more dog-like then cat...


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Quick! Everyone join Moorluck and Cap's muddy naked dance party so we can make Freehold lose his mind!


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captain yesterday wrote:
"Unity through diversity takes a lot of hard work and thought, that's why they call it university" - Coworker.

Was he trying to be funny?

Please tell me he was trying to be funny.

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lisamarlene wrote:
Quick! Everyone join Moorluck and Cap's muddy naked dance party so we can make Freehold lose his mind!

When it comes to nekkid parties, dance or otherwise, I say the more the merrier!


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lisamarlene wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
"Unity through diversity takes a lot of hard work and thought, that's why they call it university" - Coworker.

Was he trying to be funny?

Please tell me he was trying to be funny.

It is funny, there was no "trying" here.

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No starkers! My eyes! Arrrrghh!

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Just a Mort wrote:
No starkers! My eyes! Arrrrghh!

Dude, never close your eyes at a nekked party. You never know what you might accidently touch. O.O


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Just a Mort wrote:
Sometimes I think my high energy is more dog-like then cat...

So we're back at you being a 'Caog' again ^^

(I'm discounting 'dat' as its sounds too much like 'that')

Just a Mort wrote:

*pounces on the Cover Turtle in snapping turtle style, claws retracted*

*Blocks pouncing Mort, and attempts to initiate a grapple*

Just a Mort wrote:

*No starkers! My eyes! Arrrrghh!*

*Rethinks grapple.*

*Pops out of his shell, and wiggles bare turtle butt at Mort, all sexy like :P*


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Moorluck wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:

Two pages?!?

That was one night!!

I remember when the FAWtL collective would kill two pages in under half an hour, back when we would try and break the boards just for kicks.

Ahhh, the good old days.

Top of page? Nekkid party dance!

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lisamarlene wrote:
Quick! Everyone join Moorluck and Cap's muddy naked dance party so we can make Freehold lose his mind!

you.

I like you.

Every Wednesday night is now Doctor Who night in the abscondi-cave.


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Just a Mort wrote:
No starkers! My eyes! Arrrrghh!

considering how naked you have been of late, I wouldn't talk if I were you.


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Cover Turtle wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
Sometimes I think my high energy is more dog-like then cat...

So we're back at you being 'Caog' again ^^

(I'm discounting 'dat' as its sounds too much like 'that')

Just a Mort wrote:

*pounces on the Cover Turtle in snapping turtle style, claws retracted*

*Blocks pouncing Mort, and attempts to initiate a grapple*

Just a Mort wrote:

*No starkers! My eyes! Arrrrghh!*

*Rethinks grapple.*

*Pops out of his shell, and wiggles bare turtle butt at Mort, all sexy like :P*

no ass like turtle ass.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
The Game Hamster wrote:

Two pages?!?

That was one night!!

I remember when the FAWtL collective would kill two pages in under half an hour, back when we would try and break the boards just for kicks.

Ahhh, the good old days.

Top of page? Nekkid party dance!

OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL OLD SCHOOL

There's no school like old school!

(As long as we don't blow our knees out trying show off)

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Freehold DM wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
No starkers! My eyes! Arrrrghh!
considering how naked you have been of late, I wouldn't talk if I were you.

It's not my fault if forum rules burn off my clothes. It's an act of God. Force Majeure!

And I'm always responsible to get dressed after!

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Cover Turtle wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
Sometimes I think my high energy is more dog-like then cat...

So we're back at you being 'Caog' again ^^

(I'm discounting 'dat' as its sounds too much like 'that')

Just a Mort wrote:

*pounces on the Cover Turtle in snapping turtle style, claws retracted*

*Blocks pouncing Mort, and attempts to initiate a grapple*

Just a Mort wrote:

*No starkers! My eyes! Arrrrghh!*

*Rethinks grapple.*

*Pops out of his shell, and wiggles bare turtle butt at Mort, all sexy like :P*

*closes eyes and whimpers as she tries to run away*


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Just a Mort wrote:
Cover Turtle wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
Sometimes I think my high energy is more dog-like then cat...

So we're back at you being 'Caog' again ^^

(I'm discounting 'dat' as its sounds too much like 'that')

Just a Mort wrote:

*pounces on the Cover Turtle in snapping turtle style, claws retracted*

*Blocks pouncing Mort, and attempts to initiate a grapple*

Just a Mort wrote:

*No starkers! My eyes! Arrrrghh!*

*Rethinks grapple.*

*Pops out of his shell, and wiggles bare turtle butt at Mort, all sexy like :P*

*closes eyes and whimpers as she tries to run away*

if you run blind you'll just run into more ass.


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Just a Mort wrote:


*closes eyes and whimpers as she tries to run away*

*Puts shell back on*

*Wobbles after kitty, and places a turtle foot on her shoulder and gives her a small pats, while giving her the 'Sorry-for-pulling-a-stunt-like-that-look'*

*Offers apology nuzzle*


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Tequila's Unlikely Anecdote of Positivity:

Yesterday I sent a message via web-contact form to one of those so-called academic elites -- he's a prof and a director at U.C. Berkeley, he's made national news several times, and he's written several well-read books. I've never met the guy, never even been to Berkeley, CA. I sent the message thinking maybe I'd get a reply from a TA or a work-study student within six months, or never.

One hour later I got a reply from his personal email account, including lesson-material from a class he himself teaches. Now that's salt-of-the-earth, giving-two-sh!ts stuff -- aka, leadership!


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Wow! So much mud.

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That's pretty sweet T.S.
It's always nice when folks will take the time help out strangers, especially among the so called "elites".

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captain yesterday wrote:
Wow! So much mud.

I gotta ask Cap'n, what are you up to in the mud?


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Tequila Sunrise wrote:

Tequila's Unlikely Anecdote of Positivity:

Yesterday I sent a message via web-contact form to one of those so-called academic elites -- he's a prof and a director at U.C. Berkeley, he's made national news several times, and he's written several well-read books. I've never met the guy, never even been to Berkeley, CA. I sent the message thinking maybe I'd get a reply from a TA or a work-study student within six months, or never.

One hour later I got a reply from his personal email account, including lesson-material from a class he himself teaches. Now that's salt-of-the-earth, giving-two-sh!ts stuff -- aka, leadership!

You'd be surprised; most of the well-known academics who appear on the news are very eager to make new contacts and expand their networks. When I worked at Saint Mary's, Keith Devlin was the dean of our science division. In spite of having a show on NPR and numerous lecturing tours, he always made absolutely sure to answer questions and queries personally, as expanding his network of contacts could always come in handy.

When I say, "I've only ever met one person who earned their $500,000/year salary," it was Keith (and yes, he insisted on being on a first-name basis with us, and I've been to his house). In my 2 years at Saint Mary's, I watched him bring in $31 million in private donations to the university, utterly dwarfing his salary.


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Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Wow! So much mud.
I gotta ask Cap'n, what are you up to in the mud?

A little bit of everything today.

A timber planting box, moving some boulders, and a wall, so far.

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captain yesterday wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Wow! So much mud.
I gotta ask Cap'n, what are you up to in the mud?

A little bit of everything today.

A timber planting box, moving some boulders, and a wall, so far.

I'd say that sounds fun, but I'm not sure you'd agree with me. In the end it should at least be rewarding?


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Just a Mort:
Just a Mort wrote:
Sterling Archie Andrews wrote:
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This is so wrong.... Excuse me while I turn away to puke...

I'm sorry, Mort. Eons ago, back during the early days of FaWtL, someone found that picture and we FaWtLies teased our Unfrozen Pony Lawyer (aka Sebastian) with it. I love to shoehorn in callbacks (seemingly regardless of whether it's actually funny or not), but I didn't consider how poorly that "joke" may have aged. My apologies.


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Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Wow! So much mud.
I gotta ask Cap'n, what are you up to in the mud?

A little bit of everything today.

A timber planting box, moving some boulders, and a wall, so far.

I'd say that sounds fun, but I'm not sure you'd agree with me. In the end it should at least be rewarding?

Cap will agree with you. He works in landscaping and honestly seems to enjoy it.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
Sterling Archie Andrews wrote:
<comment deleted>
This is so wrong.... Excuse me while I turn away to puke...
I'm sorry, Mort. Eons ago, back during the early days of FaWtL, someone found that picture and we FaWtLies teased our Unfrozen Pony Lawyer (aka Sebastian) with it. I love to shoehorn in callbacks (seemingly regardless of whether it's actually funny or not), but I didn't consider how poorly that "joke" may have aged. My apologies.

Just horsing around, eh?

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Vanykrye wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Wow! So much mud.
I gotta ask Cap'n, what are you up to in the mud?

A little bit of everything today.

A timber planting box, moving some boulders, and a wall, so far.

I'd say that sounds fun, but I'm not sure you'd agree with me. In the end it should at least be rewarding?
Cap will agree with you. He works in landscaping and honestly seems to enjoy it.

Always good when one enjoys their work, I love mine after all.


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gran rey de los nekkid wrote:
If The Purge was a real thing, most of the violence would probably be caused by rival corporations using private armies to try and kill off the competition.

Ah, Shadowrun.


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Moorluck wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Wow! So much mud.
I gotta ask Cap'n, what are you up to in the mud?

A little bit of everything today.

A timber planting box, moving some boulders, and a wall, so far.

I'd say that sounds fun, but I'm not sure you'd agree with me. In the end it should at least be rewarding?
Cap will agree with you. He works in landscaping and honestly seems to enjoy it.
Always good when one enjoys their work, I love mine after all.

Yeah, I'm a weirdo like that.

In fairness, I wouldn't enjoy it so much if I wasn't so good at it. :-)


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Tira'Mari-Sue Tyler-D'oh!Durden wrote:
gran rey de los nekkid wrote:
If The Purge was a real thing, most of the violence would probably be caused by rival corporations using private armies to try and kill off the competition.
Ah, Shadowrun.

come oooooon return of magic!

Would you be surprised if you woke up as an elf, dwarf, orc or troll?

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I'd be pissed if I woke up as a surface elf.


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Moorluck wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Wow! So much mud.
I gotta ask Cap'n, what are you up to in the mud?

A little bit of everything today.

A timber planting box, moving some boulders, and a wall, so far.

I'd say that sounds fun, but I'm not sure you'd agree with me. In the end it should at least be rewarding?
Cap will agree with you. He works in landscaping and honestly seems to enjoy it.
Always good when one enjoys their work, I love mine after all.

what are you doing nowadays?

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Freehold DM wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Wow! So much mud.
I gotta ask Cap'n, what are you up to in the mud?

A little bit of everything today.

A timber planting box, moving some boulders, and a wall, so far.

I'd say that sounds fun, but I'm not sure you'd agree with me. In the end it should at least be rewarding?
Cap will agree with you. He works in landscaping and honestly seems to enjoy it.
Always good when one enjoys their work, I love mine after all.
what are you doing nowadays?

After three years in Houston I left the town and a decade+ of pest control to move to Boca Raton Florida....

Spoiler:
… and manage a warehouse for a vibrator manufacturer.

How about you?


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I was almost an erotic baker.


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Moorluck wrote:
I'd be pissed if I woke up as a surface elf.

Verily! F+&$eth those a#*~!%!s! To hell!! To hell I say!!!

Exits stage left.

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captain yesterday wrote:
I was almost an erotic baker.

I bake, not sure if my food is erotic, how'd you stumble across that?

I love the reaction I get from some folks when they find out where I work. And Post Office runs are a hoot.

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Shakespearean Drizz't wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
I'd be pissed if I woke up as a surface elf.

Verily! F+!@eth thou a~#&!$$s! To hell!! To hell I say!!!

Exits stage left.

Duuuuuuuuuude, you need to have some more 'shrooms maaaan.


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Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
I was almost an erotic baker.

I bake, not sure if my food is erotic, how'd you stumble across that?

I love the reaction I get from some folks when they find out where I work. And Post Office runs are a hoot.

I lived in Seattle, there's all sorts of weird jobs on the west coast. :-)

I also worked at a hooters style coffee shop.

Though, with that one I thought it was French, so...

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Late lunch time. I know I'm going to regret this Big Mac, but every once and awhile I have to have one.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Tira'Mari-Sue Tyler-D'oh!Durden wrote:
Ah, Shadowrun.

come oooooon return of magic!

Would you be surprised if you woke up as an elf

Yes. I'm still a bit beanpole-ish, but I'm far too ungraceful to be an elf.

Freehold DM wrote:
dwarf

It's hard enough finding pants that fit my long legs now. (Most pants/jeans + my legs = instant capris. I hate wearing capris.) Being a dwarf would just skew heavy the other way, plus a whole lotta other hassles from being that short. So, with my bad luck, no I'd not be surprised to wake up a dwarf.

Freehold DM wrote:
orc

No surprise. I'm already abit orc-ish, just need a set of Princess Monster Truck teeth.

Freehold DM wrote:
troll?

No lasting surprise here either. The hairy warts and the clothes/size problem would suck. And I don't think I'd fit in my little Suzuki anymore.

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Hiya Amby! How's life been treating you?


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Moorluck wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Wow! So much mud.
I gotta ask Cap'n, what are you up to in the mud?

A little bit of everything today.

A timber planting box, moving some boulders, and a wall, so far.

I'd say that sounds fun, but I'm not sure you'd agree with me. In the end it should at least be rewarding?
Cap will agree with you. He works in landscaping and honestly seems to enjoy it.
Always good when one enjoys their work, I love mine after all.
what are you doing nowadays?

After three years in Houston I left the town and a decade+ of pest control to move to Boca Raton Florida....

** spoiler omitted **

How about you?

weeping, that my job is not as awesome as yours.

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Freehold DM wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Wow! So much mud.
I gotta ask Cap'n, what are you up to in the mud?

A little bit of everything today.

A timber planting box, moving some boulders, and a wall, so far.

I'd say that sounds fun, but I'm not sure you'd agree with me. In the end it should at least be rewarding?
Cap will agree with you. He works in landscaping and honestly seems to enjoy it.
Always good when one enjoys their work, I love mine after all.
what are you doing nowadays?

After three years in Houston I left the town and a decade+ of pest control to move to Boca Raton Florida....

** spoiler omitted **

How about you?

weeping, that my job is not as awesome as yours.

It is pretty fun. Although some women are hesitant to speak to me about issues.... others really have no problem telling me EVERYTHING. O.o

Later this year the company is releasing a couple of designs that me and the wife came up with, that's got us excited.


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Moorluck wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Moorluck wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
Wow! So much mud.
I gotta ask Cap'n, what are you up to in the mud?

A little bit of everything today.

A timber planting box, moving some boulders, and a wall, so far.

I'd say that sounds fun, but I'm not sure you'd agree with me. In the end it should at least be rewarding?
Cap will agree with you. He works in landscaping and honestly seems to enjoy it.
Always good when one enjoys their work, I love mine after all.
what are you doing nowadays?

After three years in Houston I left the town and a decade+ of pest control to move to Boca Raton Florida....

** spoiler omitted **

How about you?

weeping, that my job is not as awesome as yours.

It is pretty fun. Although some women are hesitant to speak to me about issues.... others really have no problem telling me EVERYTHING. O.o

Later this year the company is releasing a couple of designs that me and the wife came up with, that's got us excited.

thats wonderful.

So glad you guys are making new toys.


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Ambrosia Slaad wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Tira'Mari-Sue Tyler-D'oh!Durden wrote:
Ah, Shadowrun.

come oooooon return of magic!

Would you be surprised if you woke up as an elf

Yes. I'm still a bit beanpole-ish, but I'm far too ungraceful to be an elf.

Freehold DM wrote:
dwarf

It's hard enough finding pants that fit my long legs now. (Most pants/jeans + my legs = instant capris. I hate wearing capris.) Being a dwarf would just skew heavy the other way, plus a whole lotta other hassles from being that short. So, with my bad luck, no I'd not be surprised to wake up a dwarf.

Freehold DM wrote:
orc

No surprise. I'm already abit orc-ish, just need a set of Princess Monster Truck teeth.

Freehold DM wrote:
troll?
No lasting surprise here either. The hairy warts and the clothes/size problem would suck. And I don't think I'd fit in my little Suzuki anymore.

which version of meta are we talking about? Because 1st and 2nd ed are waaaaaaaaaay different from 4th and ESPECIALLY 5th.

1-3ish ed Shadowrun: You are an orc! Do some math to find out how much weight you gain, how much taller you get, and other factors.

4-5th ed Shadowrun: You are an orc! Here are your funky teeth. NEXT!

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