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Just got done mapping out my neighborhood with addresses. Note my neighborhood is a planned community -- as 99% of Phoenix is -- and yet the addresses make no sense. No idea who planned the addresses, but they did a p!ss poor job of it.

...Much like I did a p!ss poor job of dressing this morning.


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I'm watching Venture Brothers on a random site. Can't remember which, exactly, but the kind where you know you're getting close to free videos because more and more porn ads start popping up everywhere.

I'm not even talking new episodes. Like season 1 from over 10 years ago.

A commercial pops up...for Aston Martin cars.

Now I'm no expert when it comes to the advertising industry, but I can tell you this: if I won't shell out 7 bucks a month for Hulu, WTF makes you think I'm going to buy a luxury car?!?


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Maybe they figure you're saving up for the Aston.


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Tequila Sunrise wrote:

Just got done mapping out my neighborhood with addresses. Note my neighborhood is a planned community -- as 99% of Phoenix is -- and yet the addresses make no sense. No idea who planned the addresses, but they did a p!ss poor job of it.

...Much like I did a p!ss poor job of dressing this morning.

My district, with its central and the oldest part planned after the war. Let's say that out of around 40 house numbers in my neighborhood, I can pinpoint a few numbers, have a good idea where a half of them is, and have generally vague idea about the rest. And I live here for nearly forty years...

The Exchange

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Drejk wrote:
Goblin-gourd, a goblin assault construct.

Remind me of the bomb monsters from FF series. Also I'm a little tipsy... drank a rose.

The Exchange

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Random thoughts - who the heck adds cinnamon into their coffee aka pumpkin spice? And smoked Buffalo sausage is nice =)


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28 posts but you guys made the most of them today. all very amusing.


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Just a Mort wrote:
Random thoughts - who the heck adds cinnamon into their coffee aka pumpkin spice? And smoked Buffalo sausage is nice =)

It's a basic white girl thing.


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Proofreading is important. Make one typo and the whole text can be urined.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Proofreading is important. Make one typo and the whole text can be urined.

Preaching to the quire...

Edit: CHOIR!


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My wife and I were seeing a therapist because she wanted to split up. She told the therapist that it was because I make too many Star Wars puns. When the therapist asked me for a response, I pointed at my wife and said "Divorce is strong with this one."


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Also, my girlfriend isn't talking to me. Apparently I ruined her birthday. I don't know how. I didn't even know it was her birthday.


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Drejk wrote:
Blergh, need to get away from the computer and go vote (local elections).

I mailed in my ballot yesterday. Because OC.


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Why shouldn't you make fun of paleontologists? Because you'll get Jurasskicked.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
My wife and I were seeing a therapist because she wanted to split up. She told the therapist that it was because I make too many Star Wars puns. When the therapist asked me for a response, I pointed at my wife and said "Divorce is strong with this one."

You better let her have it its not wise to upset your wife.

She might pull your arms out of their socket. I hear she is known to do that.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Why shouldn't you make fun of paleontologists? Because you'll get Jurasskicked.

Sounds like a bone head move.


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You know what I love? Coming in to work and finding out that I'm training someone tonight and tomorrow. Why would anyone bother to let me know about that ahead of time?


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
My wife and I were seeing a therapist because she wanted to split up. She told the therapist that it was because I make too many Star Wars puns. When the therapist asked me for a response, I pointed at my wife and said "Divorce is strong with this one."

You better let her have it its not wise to upset your wife.

She might pull your arms out of their socket. I hear she is known to do that.

She mainly only does that when she loses at chess.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
You know what I love? Coming in to work and finding out that I'm training someone tonight and tomorrow. Why would anyone bother to let me know about that ahead of time?

HEy I'm training someone too! although I knew about it I just forgot till I got here.


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I'm waiting for the crossover episode where they realize they are training each other.


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Of course they hate each other at first, but must team up to stop my TOTALLY B*&%&IN ROOM PARTY!!!!


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Freehold DM wrote:
Of course they hate each other at first, but must team up to stop my TOTALLY B@+@+IN ROOM PARTY!!!!

That's easy. We call the cops and have you thrown out. It's annoying, but not hard.


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Same^ (also that would be the trippiest its a small world episode of hotel life ever.)


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Why is New York City always getting ruined in comic books? Who did you upset this time, Freehold DM?


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I think I prefer the flintstons meet the Jetsons crossover better.


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Sharoth wrote:
Why is New York City always getting ruined in comic books?

Ooh! OOH!! I know!!! Because it deserves it.


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My question is how does anything actually happen in New York the avengers the F4 the x-men mansion all of that is in new York. Surely criminals would think hmm maybe I should hit something up with a little less heat.


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Nah. The powerful defenders bring powerful enemies to test themselves and prove how tough they are. Think about it. You might run some small city, but whenever you try to brag about it people say "Yeah, sure. Why don't you try yourself against a real hero like So-and-So." And since arrogance is a major trait in these villains, they decide to go try.

It's not so different in real life, either. Look at sports. A guy is the best player on some team, but people will say "Sure, he's good. But that's only because he isn't playing in this division and facing these teams. If he was, then you'd see that he isn't that great." Or a stage actor might be a big deal in, say St. Louis, but be told "You aren't really a star until you're on Broadway."


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A butt-dial and a booty-call seem like they should be the same thing, yet they are very different.


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It only takes one match to start a forest fire and burn down thousands of acres, yet it takes an entire box to light a f@!%ing camp fire.

Dark Archive

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~disgusted look~ Well, I did try to take over Miami that one time, but there was a superhero convention going on that week. Such rotten luck!


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Wearing branded apparel is paying a company to advertise for them.


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Yeah good point. I'm reminded of a Ms.Marvel comic now where Shocker was tired of getting beat down by spider so he tried to make a move on Jersey. (who would want jersey I have no idea shocker is a weird dude.)

That make since however. especially considering how cocky the bug name villains are.


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Who was the first person to look at a bowl of rice and think "The most efficient way to eat this would be with two sticks."?


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It makes sense that the target audience for fidget toys lost interest in them so quickly.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:

Yeah good point. I'm reminded of a Ms.Marvel comic now where Shocker was tired of getting beat down by spider so he tried to make a move on Jersey. (who would want jersey I have no idea shocker is a weird dude.)

That make since however. especially considering how cocky the bug name villains are.

Yeah. Especially Cockroach Man and The Praying Mantis.


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Want to add realistic suspense to an action movie? Have the hero try to plug in the USB stick 4 or 5 times like everyone else in the world does.


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If I was granted immortality, I'd probably use it as an excuse to procrastinate more.


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Whoever coined the term "The s+#& has hit the fan" must have had a terrible experience with a fan.


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:

Yeah good point. I'm reminded of a Ms.Marvel comic now where Shocker was tired of getting beat down by spider so he tried to make a move on Jersey. (who would want jersey I have no idea shocker is a weird dude.)

That make since however. especially considering how cocky the bug name villains are.

Yeah. Especially Cockroach Man and The Praying Mantis.

PREACHIN TO THE QUIRE!


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gran rey de los mono wrote:
Whoever coined the term "The s$#$ has hit the fan" must have had a terrible experience with a fan.

You know that guy saw some $%^& in his life.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Whoever coined the term "The s$#$ has hit the fan" must have had a terrible experience with a fan.
You know that guy saw some $%^& in his life.

And some fans.


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Whoever coined the term "The s$#$ has hit the fan" must have had a terrible experience with a fan.
You know that guy saw some $%^& in his life.

I always thought it came from mining, where, if someone felt malicious, they would poo on a shovel and then fling their droppings into the ventilation fans.


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Limeylongears wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:
gran rey de los mono wrote:
Whoever coined the term "The s$#$ has hit the fan" must have had a terrible experience with a fan.
You know that guy saw some $%^& in his life.
I always thought it came from mining, where, if someone felt malicious, they would poo on a shovel and then fling their droppings into the ventilation fans.

Justifiable homicide.


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True story!

I was mowing this place with another guy and I had accidentally run over a toy with the mower and he was weed whipping and he laughed at me just as he hit a pile of dog poo and ricocheted a piece right into his mouth.

I did NOT laugh at him, I drove him somewhere to wash out his mouth and then let him have the rest of the day off.

More importantly, I didn't tell a single other person we worked with.


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lisamarlene wrote:
He's five. Kindergarteners get *everything*. He's pretty happy this morning, but I've got both kids on the couch in their jammies with tea and cinnamon toast watching cartoons and WW is going to church by himself.

See, the thing is, my five-year-old mostly only ever seems to get the mild things. Instead, he brings me most of the "goody" presents.

:I

Freehold DM wrote:
Sharing is caring!

... yup.


Drejk wrote:
The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
If a hotel DOES offer tea, it's usually lukewarm pisswater s#~+ like Lipton. Lipton is garbage. It's literally the scrap at the bottom of tea that other companies won't take.
Huh, European-market Lipton is a decent—nothing stellar, but simply good enough tea.

Yeah, I know the pre-made Lipton is, like, the worst around here, but the absolute hate for the "make your own" Lipton is always confusing to me.

In fairness to the haters the "pre-iced" Lipton (where you're supposed to be able to make it with ice water and still have tea) was... weird, at best. And, as noted, the Lipton stuff you buy pre-made in bottles or from soda machines is terrible.

But for regular steeping Lipton I've never had any sort of a problem.


captain yesterday wrote:
There is now 1,000 threads in the Playtest general discussion.

That's just Way too Long.

Care to summarize?


Evil Kjeldorn wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:
Say hello to my little friend

Argh!!!

Durn varmint!

*Takes aim with a .22 rifle*

Generally the correct reaction to seeing a squirrel.

(I kid, somewhat. I give squirrels hard times, because they can be awful, terrible monsters, but they can also be cute little animals. Just... never let one near nicotene. It will mug you for more. Also, make sure to pack your birdseed with pepper and your house with those sonic "squirrel-be-gone" thingies so they don't eat those two things.)


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Tacticslion wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:
There is now 1,000 threads in the Playtest general discussion.

That's just Way too Long.

Care to summarize?

People take themselves and the play test waaaay too seriously.

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