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FREEEHOLD! QUICK!! Mort's hiding in a bush! And she has a camera!!!

And my pants!!!


So, I believe the topic of food tonight shall probably be a short one. Brains. I have had one bite of a pork brain sandwich years ago. I don't remember exactly what it tasted like, but I didn't care for it. Since then I haven't had the opportunity to try it again, nor am I sure I would if given the chance. Guess I'm not a zombie yet.

The Exchange

*takes a photo of the nekkid Gran, then throws a pokeball at him*

*pins the photo of the nekkid Gran on the FAWTL noticeboard*


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1: "No, don't put your butt directly on the webcam."
2: "She's like 'This is my first time, I'm shy.'".


Just a Mort wrote:

*takes a photo of the nekkid Gran, then throws a pokeball at him*

*pins the photo of the nekkid Gran on the FAWTL noticeboard*

That's gonna kill this thread.


"I'm not sure that turning into creatures of shadow should be the first response to danger."


"I was just trying to play music, and I through this rabbit into that owl and it died!"

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Well I couldn’t taste the difference of the balut brain from the rest of the embryo, but other then that I haven’t been eating animal brains for a long time. Last time was when I was a kitten and there was a whole roast duck, but even so I’ve generally been more interested in tongues and duck web.

I also thought Singapore banned the sale of brains, like they banned the sale of pigs blood. But here, I’ve found a source for pigs brains. One of these days, it’s down to Maxwell food centre FOR SCIENCE!


lisamarlene wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Woran wrote:


Did you have hot pie & peas?
Now I'm hungry for Sheppard's pie
Made with real sheppards?

Or a shepherd's pie peppered with actual shepherd on top.

And I've just begun; here's a politician so oily he's served with a doily. Have one!

Put it on a bun; you never know if it's going to run.

Add a little sauce,

To make it taste of horse.
And some grated radish
Then we will say Kaddish.

Dark Archive

Morning FaWtLites! Hope everyone is well and having a good week so far. :)

The Exchange

I'm having a drained day,which is admittedly, my fault for not getting enough sleep because I watched youtube videos last night. "Brainzzz."


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Oh boy, Summer hasn't gone at all the way I thought it would. Only good thing to look forward to is my birthday 10 days from now. Aside from that, I've been struggling to get by since I'm not eligible for welfare as a student, and despite trying to get a job since January, I'm stuck jobless with bills to cover but no income.

The Exchange

Oh dear. Is Mc Donalds/subway/Starbucks hiring? Or maybe you could try to give tuition. Or are there job agencies that could help you get a job?

The Exchange

Limeylongears wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Woran wrote:


Did you have hot pie & peas?
Now I'm hungry for Sheppard's pie
Made with real sheppards?

Or a shepherd's pie peppered with actual shepherd on top.

And I've just begun; here's a politician so oily he's served with a doily. Have one!

Put it on a bun; you never know if it's going to run.

Add a little sauce,

To make it taste of horse.
And some grated radish
Then we will say Kaddish.

Top it up with a bottle of beer.

Politician burgers are tasty, I hear.

The Exchange

And now I have some idea how being hungover, minus the headache, feels like.


Icyshadow wrote:
Oh boy, Summer hasn't gone at all the way I thought it would. Only good thing to look forward to is my birthday 10 days from now. Aside from that, I've been struggling to get by since I'm not eligible for welfare as a student, and despite trying to get a job since January, I'm stuck jobless with bills to cover but no income.

That's not good.

As mort said though, is there any place like those around that may be hiring?


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How I look for a job.

Fill out 2-5 applications a day, starting at EVERYWHERE close to home and radiating outward from that.

That said, I never had issues getting a job until I quit my full time job and became the stay at home parent looking for a part time job. For whatever reason if a man quits his job to focus on his kids then everywhere you apply part time will assume you're at rock bottom or something.


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It was actually quite the blow to my confidence at the time, made me think that maybe I wasn't as good at my job as I'd thought.


Looking out the window.

That's either a traffic cone on top of a pile of construction materials or a very fat witch indeed.

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captain yesterday wrote:
It was actually quite the blow to my confidence at the time, made me think that maybe I wasn't as good at my job as I'd thought.

Yeah being jobless eats at you. Been through that as well.


Limeylongears wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Woran wrote:


Did you have hot pie & peas?
Now I'm hungry for Sheppard's pie
Made with real sheppards?

Or a shepherd's pie peppered with actual shepherd on top.

And I've just begun; here's a politician so oily he's served with a doily. Have one!

Put it on a bun; you never know if it's going to run.

Add a little sauce,

To make it taste of horse.
And some grated radish
Then we will say Kaddish.

It's only from one of the best musicals ever written.


Just a Mort wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Woran wrote:


Did you have hot pie & peas?
Now I'm hungry for Sheppard's pie
Made with real sheppards?

Or a shepherd's pie peppered with actual shepherd on top.

And I've just begun; here's a politician so oily he's served with a doily. Have one!

Put it on a bun; you never know if it's going to run.

Add a little sauce,

To make it taste of horse.
And some grated radish
Then we will say Kaddish.

Top it up with a bottle of beer.

Politician burgers are tasty, I hear.

Lawyer's rather nice

If it's for a price
Order something else though to follow
Since no one should swallow it twice.


I'd rather starve then eat a politician or lawyer.


A wise decision, fellow bovine!


Stares hypnotically at the oncoming headlights, licks inside of nose.


G@!$@*n it.


Saunters in, seductively off balance.


Man! Just wait for county fair!


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lisamarlene wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Woran wrote:


Did you have hot pie & peas?
Now I'm hungry for Sheppard's pie
Made with real sheppards?

Or a shepherd's pie peppered with actual shepherd on top.

And I've just begun; here's a politician so oily he's served with a doily. Have one!

Put it on a bun; you never know if it's going to run.

Add a little sauce,

To make it taste of horse.
And some grated radish
Then we will say Kaddish.

It's only from one of the best musicals ever written.

No lie, my first date was forcing the bf to sit down and watch the Patti LuPone/George Hearn concert version with me.


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My first date was at the county fair, we went on the Ferris wheel, it broke down and stopped with us at the top, I'm deathly afraid of heights, we were stuck for an hour, there was no second date.

Surprisingly, it wasn't my birthday.


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My first date with the General, we made out behind the old elementary school she went to when she was younger and her mother was an administrator for.

It's now hipster apartments.

Even more surprisingly, that WAS my birthday. :-)

Silver Crusade

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Scintillae wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Woran wrote:


Did you have hot pie & peas?
Now I'm hungry for Sheppard's pie
Made with real sheppards?

Or a shepherd's pie peppered with actual shepherd on top.

And I've just begun; here's a politician so oily he's served with a doily. Have one!

Put it on a bun; you never know if it's going to run.

Add a little sauce,

To make it taste of horse.
And some grated radish
Then we will say Kaddish.

It's only from one of the best musicals ever written.

No lie, my first date was forcing the bf to sit down and watch the Patti LuPone/George Hearn concert version with me.

I’m partial to Signor Pirelli, but only because I played the role.

Who would have thought it would be so much fun playing dead and getting stuffed in a trunk? (Answer: everybody. Everybody should think that would be fun.)


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K-KAABBROOOM!!!
sparkles red, white, and off-colored teal


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Somebody messed him up again.
*Sigh*


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I've gotten a lot more fun than I should out of voice recognition with musicals. Nothing weirds out kids like walking in on "A Little Priest" and recognizing Mrs. Potts...and depending on the version you're listening to and how into cartoons these days you are, Yellow Diamond.


Celestial Healer wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Woran wrote:


Did you have hot pie & peas?
Now I'm hungry for Sheppard's pie
Made with real sheppards?

Or a shepherd's pie peppered with actual shepherd on top.

And I've just begun; here's a politician so oily he's served with a doily. Have one!

Put it on a bun; you never know if it's going to run.

Add a little sauce,

To make it taste of horse.
And some grated radish
Then we will say Kaddish.

It's only from one of the best musicals ever written.

No lie, my first date was forcing the bf to sit down and watch the Patti LuPone/George Hearn concert version with me.

I’m partial to Signor Pirelli, but only because I played the role.

Who would have thought it would be so much fun playing dead and getting stuffed in a trunk? (Answer: everybody. Everybody should think that would be fun.)

You played Pirelli?

That is AWESOME!
Did you get to do the full version of the contest scene with the tooth extraction, or the shortened-for-local-rep version? Because it's hilarious.


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gran rey de los nekkid wrote:

FREEEHOLD! QUICK!! Mort's hiding in a bush! And she has a camera!!!

And my pants!!!

I'm pretty sure this exact same scenario happens in 4-5 different volumes of Freehold's FaWtL fan fiction.


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Copies Freehold's FaWtL fan fiction, replaces names with The Avengers, embellishes with fight scenes lifted from old samurai movies.

Oh man, Infinity Wars 2 is practically writing itself!


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Just a Mort wrote:
Kjeldorn wrote:

Also, second day at the breeders.

Meet and handled more of the breeding stock.
Learnt to work the different machinery, we use on the horses. Seriously they have massage-machines for most of the horses and three horse thread-mills…Damn luxury horses ^_^'
Had to repair a pen.
Talked to a pair of darling foals as I was patching up their mommies.
Sallow, but long, gash on mommy no 1's (Chandra, I think ^^') leg, though we can't really figure how she got it...So a washing in iodine, salving and a bandage.
Mommy no 2 (Errr I can't remember yet ^^') had dried out so much below fetlock joint (backside) the skin was breaking, so she's in for a couple weeks of salving.
Foals got a nuzzling ^^ (weren't that keen at first, but as mommies couldn't run away, they stayed around)
Gave the horses new straw and hay.
And a lot of sweeping.

All in all, an okay day :p

Did you nuzzle a horse? Also what kind of breed of horses are they? How do massage machines work on horses?

I nuzzle horses almost everyday of week ^^

Breeds? Well the core breeding stock is Danish Warmbloods, But they also have very small breeding pool of Shetland ponies.
*shakes fist, durned stubbon ponies!*

Dammit Mort, I'm a stableboy/failed historian not a physical therapists! :p
I don't know how this stuff actually works (well, scientifically at least), just how to apply them, which signs to look out for and when its time to call up a specialist. But we've got heating belts (sized form horses), cooling belts (sized for horses), theses belt that gives the muscles a light electric shock (Yes you guessed it sized for horses), these weird massaging gloves for manual muscle rubbing…
Probably got more stuff, but that's what I've worked with thus far.

Just a Mort wrote:
Or God forbid... I could fall to the dark side and start drinking coffee...

*Sits back sniffing a newly brewed cup of espresso, with huge smile on his face*

Sure you don't want some?

*blows some steam and scent Mort's way*

Icyshadow wrote:
Oh boy, Summer hasn't gone at all the way I thought it would. Only good thing to look forward to is my birthday 10 days from now. Aside from that, I've been struggling to get by since I'm not eligible for welfare as a student, and despite trying to get a job since January, I'm stuck jobless with bills to cover but no income.

Yea, that's no good.

I really hope you find something Icy…

Silver Crusade

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lisamarlene wrote:
Celestial Healer wrote:
Scintillae wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:
Sharoth wrote:
Woran wrote:


Did you have hot pie & peas?
Now I'm hungry for Sheppard's pie
Made with real sheppards?

Or a shepherd's pie peppered with actual shepherd on top.

And I've just begun; here's a politician so oily he's served with a doily. Have one!

Put it on a bun; you never know if it's going to run.

Add a little sauce,

To make it taste of horse.
And some grated radish
Then we will say Kaddish.

It's only from one of the best musicals ever written.

No lie, my first date was forcing the bf to sit down and watch the Patti LuPone/George Hearn concert version with me.

I’m partial to Signor Pirelli, but only because I played the role.

Who would have thought it would be so much fun playing dead and getting stuffed in a trunk? (Answer: everybody. Everybody should think that would be fun.)

You played Pirelli?

That is AWESOME!
Did you get to do the full version of the contest scene with the tooth extraction, or the shortened-for-local-rep version? Because it's hilarious.

I did not get to do the tooth extraction. In the script, it was marked as an optional scene and the director cut it for length.

That said, the shaving contest was fun anyway. I had a fully blunted razor with a plastic sheath over it, so I was able to make wild exaggerated swipes without looking at what I was doing. It was enough to elicit audible gasps from the audience.


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I really hate being right...

Long, anti-Microsoft tirade ahoy!:

Unlike Impus Major, who takes the "honey badger" approach to life, Impus Minor sees shiny new things and wants wants wants.

So of course some new game came out, and as usual Microsoft bought up the studio and forced them to put it out as yet another "exclusive Xbox/Windows 10 Release".

I explained to Impus Minor that supporting that s*** would simply engender more of that s***, and he should not, under any circumstances, purchase Windows 10 and the game.

He chose to do so anyway. (My kids get advice, but have freedom to do stupid things so that I can say, "Now you understand that next time you will listen to me.")

So, you figure Windows 10 is about to hit its 3rd anniversary. It (and its installers) should be pretty stable by now. Especially when you consider that Impus Minor spent all of his savings (and then some) to shell out the $120 to buy it.

Nope. Installer crashed. Call to Dad #1: Dad! It crashed, and me and mom can't fix it.
Visibly pissed-off Dad comes in, says, "I told you so," shows him how to back out of the install, tells him to run Windows update so his OS 8.1 is fully up to date, and try again.
Nope. Same issue. Call to Dad #2: It crashed again. Dad is so pissed off he tells Impus Minor not to bother him until tomorrow. Impus Minor is near tears, since not only did he pay $120 for the OS, but he'd already bought the game without ever getting the OS working!!!!

I refused to help him. I told him to leave the machine alone and I'd work on it in the morning.

And he didn't.

So yeah, now it won't even boot any more, and it has lots of files NobodysWife doesn't want to lose. I'll probably have to pull the hard drive.

So, thank you, Microsoft, for making something that should be a one-button click turn into a technical nightmare.

And my morning is marred by having to pull the hard drive out of a sealed laptop that isn't supposed to be disassembled by end users. *SIGH*

Shadow Lodge

O_o

I cannot fathom why they would do that.


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Celestial Healer wrote:


That said, the shaving contest was fun anyway. I had a fully blunted razor with a plastic sheath over it, so I was able to make wild exaggerated swipes without looking at what I was doing. It was enough to elicit audible gasps from the audience.

Celestial Healer gets cookies.

This made my morning.


I've never had a problem with microsoft installs personally, but I have heard a ton of horror stories.
I think they are very hit or miss with who consistently has problem and who doesn't.


NobodysHome wrote:

I really hate being right...

** spoiler omitted **...

Yup, that's some deep b~%+%@!~ right there.

Having the Windows installers screw me over countless of times by now, I actually begin sweating when I'm just thinking about doing a re-install.

And for the exclusively stuff…
Well Microsoft can have its exclusivity, if I can have a tiny goblin(s) kick the executive boards in the balls/c+!&s, every time it f~~%s me over and costs me money.


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NobodysHome wrote:

I really hate being right...

** spoiler omitted **...

This is why we only have Macs.


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I've discovered the real reason cats run away temporarily when you go on vacation.
It's the ultimate act of passive-aggressive revenge.

"I'll get you back, you bastard; I am going to make you have to go talk to your neighbors."


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So, maybe 20-30 minutes of debug time but almost 4 hours of real time: The old antivirus software isn't compatible with Windows 10 and crashes it.

No problem, right? Boot in Safe Mode and uninstall it.

NOPE!!! Windows 10 "Safe Mode" ISN'T ACTUALLY SAFE MODE!!! It still loads your antivirus software.

So one more "back out the OS, uninstall the antivirus, re-install the OS and never install the antivirus and done.

*SIGH*


Well, at least that's over with.
What game was all this hassle over?


The Game Hamster wrote:

Well, at least that's over with.

What game was all this hassle over?

Sea of Thieves.

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