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captain yesterday wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

My favorite settings.

1. Starfinder
1. Spelljammer (tie)
3. Shadowrun
4. Robotech/Macross

5. Rifts
6. Pathfinder
7. Eberron
8. Greyhawk
9. Forgotten Realms
10. Dragonlance.

I LOVE YOU!

Quote:

I didn't like Dark Sun and I know nothing of Planescape.

Edit: And Star Wars RPG has to go in there somewhere.

I HATE YOU!
I really hated the heavy handed approach to magic and it was my brother's setting so that might've skewed my perception.

I loved the magic specifically and the psionics that actually fit into the setting.


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It's dark sun. A lot of people were naked.


Orthos wrote:
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- b) it's a musical with a powerful and heavy dose of rap; these are two genres that simply have not been a historical thing that has gone together

--> this has side effect "a" of making a genre significantly more inclusive (and potentially interesting) to people who, previously, haven't really seen themselves included in that way
--> this also expands the horizons of musicals, paving the way for potentially rather impressive variance and new possibilities for the genre
Oh hahah, oh wow. I did not think I could be less interested in it, but that right there, that did it.

I don't actually understand this. Have you heard any of the music and you suggest that you don't like it because of your exposure, or are you presuming that you wouldn't like the music based on the listed genre?

Because, I will note: I don't listen to rap music, as a typical thing. I don't have much interest. There are some good musical pieces that include rap, and there are some good rap songs, but, by-and-large, from my experience, I just don't enjoy most of it.

I am not going to tell you that you must try it, of course, but if you haven't, I strongly recommend you do. I will note that I had absolutely zero interest until I actually listened to it, and found it compelling and interesting.

Or is it something else? Mostly I'm just curious what I said.

And, to be clear, my implication was not that musicals should stop at rap. Rather, because it's a genre of music that hasn't been part of musicals, it actually opens up even more genres as possibilities.


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Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

You don't want the people in charge of the realms consolidating deities, they did that with 4th edition, and did a horrible job at it.

One of the many unforgivable 4th edition mistakes.

I love what 4th ed did to the realms.

Just curious, have you actually looked at 4e FR and seen what was done with it, or are you just saying this based solely on the internet colloquialism of "they blew everything up and it sucked"? I'm genuinely curious here.

Because if it's the former, I'm rather curious how you can be so fond of it when almost all of the complaints I've seen you post about FR are still 100% in place in its 4e incarnation.

You actually beat me to it! I was going to ask the same question!

Shadow Lodge

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I've heard exactly one rap song in my entire life that I liked. One. And that was the Gurren Lagann theme.

Rap is easily my least favorite genre. Yes, even less than country. I can trace my declining enjoyment of what little country I did like to the increased hiphop and rap influence on the genre over the last 10-20 years.

So yeah, 99% of the time, the instant I hear a rap verse, it immediately destroys the song for me. Something about it just grinds my brain in all the wrong ways.


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Orthos wrote:
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- b) it's a musical with a powerful and heavy dose of rap; these are two genres that simply have not been a historical thing that has gone together

--> this has side effect "a" of making a genre significantly more inclusive (and potentially interesting) to people who, previously, haven't really seen themselves included in that way
--> this also expands the horizons of musicals, paving the way for potentially rather impressive variance and new possibilities for the genre
Oh hahah, oh wow. I did not think I could be less interested in it, but that right there, that did it.

unleashes lisamarlene


Orthos wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
captain yesterday wrote:

You don't want the people in charge of the realms consolidating deities, they did that with 4th edition, and did a horrible job at it.

One of the many unforgivable 4th edition mistakes.

I love what 4th ed did to the realms.

Just curious, have you actually looked at 4e FR and seen what was done with it, or are you just saying this based solely on the internet colloquialism of "they blew everything up and it sucked"? I'm genuinely curious here.

Because if it's the former, I'm rather curious how you can be so fond of it when almost all of the complaints I've seen you post about FR are still 100% in place in its 4e incarnation.

I fully admit I drank fr fanboy tears for quite some time, and found them delicious.


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Orthos wrote:

I've heard exactly one rap song in my entire life that I liked. One. And that was the Gurren Lagann theme.

Rap is easily my least favorite genre. Yes, even less than country. I can trace my declining enjoyment of what little country I did like to the increased hiphop and rap influence on the genre over the last 10-20 years.

So yeah, 99% of the time, the instant I hear a rap verse, it immediately destroys the song for me. Something about it just grinds my brain in all the wrong ways.

man. That is sad.


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I like rap itself, but most rappers' subject matter choices get repetitive, so I dislike most rappers. Off-beat ones that are don't throw down the whole gangster chic are more my style. Watsky, for example, has an amazing flow, and he does more than the "Look at me, I have money, I have women, I'm so thug" bullcrap. Nothing will get a thumb down on my Pandora station faster than a rapper talking about nothing but how amazing he is.

I also really enjoy a well produced beat. But I'm moving from rap into hybrid stuff...Trip-Hop is probably my new favorite genre. LOVE me some Trip-Hop. It's mostly instrumental, great stuff to fall asleep to, great to get high to...just wonderful. Massive Attack (they did Teardrop, the intro music for House MD) are great examples of this

But musicals? Ugh. Just...ugh. I can't stand musicals. There's something about people breaking out into song for narrative that is like nails on a chalkboard for me. Even Rock of Ages couldn't draw me in, and it had hair metal, which...I was born in the 80s...mind you, it was hair metal sang with a showtunes key, which just sounded weird as hell, but even if it weren't, just...musicals.

I'll still take it over country, but that's just cause I disdain the accent. A country accent, whether it be Texan, Southern, or Appalachian, just makes me want to vomit. Redneckery/Hillbilliness/Hickitude is practically a trigger for me.


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Cover Turtle wrote:
Got things in common with my own home brew though, mainly the Gods be somewhat dickish, but in my homebrew its more of a matter of the Gods genuinely being busy with holding their own in the outer-spheres and also not really caring all that much about the happenings in the mortal realms (heck even the "Good" ones aren't really moved by things that doesn't reach the scale of extinction level events).

I will point out an interesting thing I realized the other day.

For reasons vaguely related to a game of mine, I was looking up statistics for the Abyssal realm the Midnight Isles and for Forgotten Realms.
I have set Wrath of the Righteous that I'm running in Discord in Forgotten Realms as a setting, using the Anauroch as the World Wound, and moving forward from there.

There are a surprising number of fascinating demographics for various places (and a surprising lack thereof for others), but two numbers that came up that were interesting were:

- Faerun (the main continent for the FR setting) had about ~65-68 million "civilized" folk
- the largest countries in FR boasts less than 6 million folk (the largest being Calimshan, and then maaaaayyyyyyyyybe Thay, though I can't say for sure)

- Alushynirra (the main city in the Midnight Isles) had about ~6.5 million "civilized" (for demons) folk

So, a single city (admittedly the largest) had had more people in it than any of the actual nations on that continent, and nearly 1/10 of the people of the continent.

I was intrigued by this, so I did some very, very vague guesswork (and, it must be emphasized that it was guess-work, as I had no real statistics to go off of) and I found something very startling.

See, as I was making my numbers for the rest of Toril (the planet FR takes place on) I was starting to feel a little nervous about just how many people were populating the place. It felt like "too much" - like I was kind of making it over-dense in numbers. It could certainly support those numbers, as it was far less than the Earth, and Toril was supposed to be slightly larger than our planet, but... it still felt high. In the end, I had (very roughly) just over 400 million (I do not remember the exact number at all right now, maybe 403m? A lot, but nowhere near as much as I'd first thought I'd end up with, even when I was getting numbers that were "too big" in my opinion when guesstimating individual vaguely-recalled continents and their "maybe" numbers based entirely off of baseless extrapolation).

The Midnight Isles (again, total guesswork) were much easier, as I just suggested that the same population of the city were spread into areas across the "big island" each 1/10 of the much-larger landmass' size, thus getting *10 for the big island, and something like "less than half" that as a general average for each of the smaller islands (again, at present I don't have the exact numbers; later, maybe).

Either way, with a few quick calculations, I came up with just over 1 billion folks in the Midnight Isles.

... wait. Wait. What?

I went back and did both of those again. I shrugged and increased the FR numbers. I... decreased the Midnight Isles.

Now, it's certainly possible to get numbers that are different, but the sheer scale of souls in the (relatively dinky) Midnight Isles is so much larger, in general, that it was really difficult again, only by guesswork to get the numbers down to a reasonable level so that the Midnight Isles were comparable to the entire planet of Toril.

This rocked me back for a few minutes.

I mean, yeah, we've got 7 billion+, now.

But let this sink in: the Midnight Isles, while huge, are only a little tiny fiefdom of the Abyss; in some ways, it's not even really worth making a fuss over. They're small potatoes, chump change. They're one kingdom among many, and they're not even in their own kingdom: technically, the Midnight Isles are within the realm of Dagon. It's his ocean - the islands are just sitting in it.

What's more, the Midnight Islands (while, yes, super-cosmopolitan: this is made explicit) are not the most populated of the outer spheres, and not by a long shot.

And that got me to thinking, and realizing this: the gods deal in really, really big scales, y'all.

"Yeah, you're world-ending problem? That's nice... we have things that dwarf that by factors you can't count. Sorry, no time."

With gods that are, ultimately, finite as gods in PF and D&D are, that is a legitimate excuse. It's not that they don't care, it's that they are busy.

Deskari's plan sounds terrifying and bad - and it is! - but... it's not all that big, in the grand scheme of things. Yes, a planet is lost, but... it's not the first time, and it won't be the last. There are still bigger fish to fry.

... and none of that takes into account the ways that peers can (and do) censure each other. And gods have peers. Sometimes-terrible, terrible peers.

Anyway, it's one of many points to consider, and it was really interesting to me.


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I'm not a huge fan of rap or hiphop, but there are some artists that I like, because you can't not (Wu-Tang, NWA, Biggie, Beastie Boys, Queen Latifah, Lauren Hill, Salt-N-Pepa). And, yes, Hamilton falls somewhere on the Braveheart scale of historical accuracy.
BUT.
It is so darned GOOD. It's well-crafted, the lyrics are damned near flawless, and as theater, it's a show that grabs your attention, holds you riveted, and sends you out the door humming tunes and wiping your eyes.
Granted, since I won the ten-dollar lottery seats, it was easy for me to love the show... I didn't pay half a month's rent for tickets like some folks I know (the Ersatz Russian's wife, for example).
And I think I annoyed the snot out of GothBard by being so ridiculously fangirlish over everything I liked in the production. When I go to the theater, I turn back into an awkward tween who loves everything just a little too much.

And, yeah, once again I'm on FaWtL instead of working on the stupid train for the stupid party.


Orthos wrote:

I've heard exactly one rap song in my entire life that I liked. One. And that was the Gurren Lagann theme.

Rap is easily my least favorite genre. Yes, even less than country. I can trace my declining enjoyment of what little country I did like to the increased hiphop and rap influence on the genre over the last 10-20 years.

So yeah, 99% of the time, the instant I hear a rap verse, it immediately destroys the song for me. Something about it just grinds my brain in all the wrong ways.

1) which one, if I may? You mean, "Libere Me From Hell"? row-row: fight the powah~!

2) I like all genres, so I can't quite relate, but I can say that I haven't really been into country, hiphop, or rap, much, simply because a lot of it (especially more modern ones, to my sensibilities) just isn't great (though I do enjoy country, hiphop, and even rap on occasion).

Either way, I recommend without insisting that you do look into it for yourself, first, rather than simply passing judgement without experiencing it. I had absolutely zero interest until I realized exactly how well it was made.

Otherwise it looks suspiciously similar to...

Freehold DM wrote:
I fully admit I drank fr fanboy tears for quite some time, and found them delicious.

... so you literally have no idea what it did, you just like that it made people mad?


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The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
I like rap itself, but most rappers' subject matter choices get repetitive, so I dislike most rappers. Off-beat ones that are don't throw down the whole gangster chic are more my style. Watsky, for example, has an amazing flow, and he does more than the "Look at me, I have money, I have women, I'm so thug" bullcrap. Nothing will get a thumb down on my Pandora station faster than a rapper talking about nothing but how amazing he is.

I tend to strongly agree.

The Vagrant Erudite wrote:
I also really enjoy a well produced beat. But I'm moving from rap into hybrid stuff...Trip-Hop is probably my new favorite genre. LOVE me some Trip-Hop. It's mostly instrumental, great stuff to fall asleep to, great to get high to...just wonderful. Massive Attack (they did Teardrop, the intro music for House MD) are great examples of this

I also tend to agree: I much prefer blended music than straight rap. What actually got me to reconsider my position on rap, in fact, was knowing a guy in college who (while, yes, doing the whole quasi-gangster-thing) was a Christian rap artist, and actually did really good music. And, despite the use of the quasi-gangster-aesthetic, his message was consistently: "look, I've been there, I know what it's like, and it seems super-cool; but it sucks, and this is how I know; also, you can live a better life, and this is how I know" without being all, "LOOK AT ME, Y'ALL, I RUUUUUUUUUULE" that comes with most things.

Also Weird Al's "Living in an Amish Paradise" I must admit. And then "White and Nerdy." He's actually really good.

The Vagrant Erudite wrote:

But musicals? Ugh. Just...ugh. I can't stand musicals. There's something about people breaking out into song for narrative that is like nails on a chalkboard for me. Even Rock of Ages couldn't draw me in, and it had hair metal, which...I was born in the 80s...mind you, it was hair metal sang with a showtunes key, which just sounded weird as hell, but even if it weren't, just...musicals.

I'll still take it over country, but that's just cause I disdain the accent. A country accent, whether it be Texan, Southern, or Appalachian, just makes me want to vomit. Redneckery/Hillbilliness/Hickitude is practically a trigger for me.

You're a weird guy, my dude, but I like you. :D

And you're nowhere near as weird as me, 'cause I actually like both of those things, though the hair-metal musical is... well, it's not great... so... heh.


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lisamarlene wrote:

I'm not a huge fan of rap or hiphop, but there are some artists that I like, because you can't not (Wu-Tang, NWA, Biggie, Beastie Boys, Queen Latifah, Lauren Hill, Salt-N-Pepa). And, yes, Hamilton falls somewhere on the Braveheart scale of historical accuracy.

BUT.
It is so darned GOOD. It's well-crafted, the lyrics are damned near flawless, and as theater, it's a show that grabs your attention, holds you riveted, and sends you out the door humming tunes and wiping your eyes.
Granted, since I won the ten-dollar lottery seats, it was easy for me to love the show... I didn't pay half a month's rent for tickets like some folks I know (the Ersatz Russian's wife, for example).
And I think I annoyed the snot out of GothBard by being so ridiculously fangirlish over everything I liked in the production. When I go to the theater, I turn back into an awkward tween who loves everything just a little too much.

And, yeah, once again I'm on FaWtL instead of working on the stupid train for the stupid party.

Pretty much all of this except for the thing about working on a train; choo-choo, and sorry LM.


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Christian rap has a few decent heavy hitters. Lecrae and Andy Mineo, for example, are good, but then you have god-awful (pun intended) people like Da Truth and Ambassador who follow the 1990s Christian Rock principle of "Well if I just throw in lyrics generally about God it must be good, and you're not Christian Enough if you don't like it" - and totally suck.

In the words of Hank Hill "you're not making Christ any cooler - you're making Rock and Roll (and other genres in this instance) less cool"

That's a commentary on music, not on religion.


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lisamarlene wrote:

I'm not a huge fan of rap or hiphop, but there are some artists that I like, because you can't not (Wu-Tang, NWA, Biggie, Beastie Boys, Queen Latifah, Lauren Hill, Salt-N-Pepa). And, yes, Hamilton falls somewhere on the Braveheart scale of historical accuracy.

BUT.
It is so darned GOOD. It's well-crafted, the lyrics are damned near flawless, and as theater, it's a show that grabs your attention, holds you riveted, and sends you out the door humming tunes and wiping your eyes.
Granted, since I won the ten-dollar lottery seats, it was easy for me to love the show... I didn't pay half a month's rent for tickets like some folks I know (the Ersatz Russian's wife, for example).
And I think I annoyed the snot out of GothBard by being so ridiculously fangirlish over everything I liked in the production. When I go to the theater, I turn back into an awkward tween who loves everything just a little too much.

And, yeah, once again I'm on FaWtL instead of working on the stupid train for the stupid party.

I have no idea what that is like. I am reserved and measured with respect to all things I enjoy.


Orthos wrote:

Honestly, my reaction to that claim is just... how does anyone EVER maintain a Good alignment, if that's the expected result of being an adventurer? Or are all your adventurers Neutral at best?

There's kind of two different questions here so, I see if I can answer them both.

Now, I personally do tend to make adventurers on the Neutral spectrum. I don't have an exact count, but I would guess that around 75-80% would be Neutral, with slightly more (around 60-65% I would guess) on the Law-Chaos axis, then the Good-Evil axis.
That though is probably just as much a result of discovering that the Gm's I usually played under, pestered me less about alignment matters when I had declared my character as something Neutral, then if I had declared them some Good Alignment.
So its kind of a 'learned behaviour' - you want to be left alone and play the character like you want? then write Neutral-something on that character sheet, then the Gm cuts you more slack...

Now how do adventures maintain a Good alignment if being surrounded by death, destruction and occasional despair which might grate on them?
Well I guess they do that by working through it like people do, and becoming better.
Maybe your character takes to drinking (something I know), does something horrible (drunken assault, neglect, you name it), is faced with the consequences of what he's/she's done and has to work to not only 'repair' the damages but earn back trust, self-respect and maybe love.
Also it often comes down to the individual tables expectation, tolerance and 'definition'. What can and can't you do and still remain 'Good'?, is there thing from which there can't be any forgiveness?, what the table tolerance for mistakes, misunderstandings and corner-cases?
One table I usually sit at, uses the rule of thumb that you can remain 'Good' if you do 'Good' more often then Evil, and show genuine contrition when faced with a mistake you've committed. Yes that could technically mean that you do 'Good' 51% of the time and own up to the mistakes you've made, though I can't from memory find an example of such egregious 'gaming of the system'.
I personally tend to be a bit more strict, though not by much as I genuinely prefer Alignment being the perview of the player and not something I constantly have to police.


Tacticslion wrote:
Orthos wrote:

I've heard exactly one rap song in my entire life that I liked. One. And that was the Gurren Lagann theme.

Rap is easily my least favorite genre. Yes, even less than country. I can trace my declining enjoyment of what little country I did like to the increased hiphop and rap influence on the genre over the last 10-20 years.

So yeah, 99% of the time, the instant I hear a rap verse, it immediately destroys the song for me. Something about it just grinds my brain in all the wrong ways.

1) which one, if I may?

2) I like all genres, so I can't quite relate, but I can say that I haven't really been into country, hiphop, or rap, much, simply because a lot of it (especially more modern ones, to my sensibilities) just isn't great (though I do enjoy country, hiphop, and even rap on occasion).

Either way, I recommend without insisting that you do look into it for yourself, first, rather than simply passing judgement without experiencing it. I had absolutely zero interest until I realized exactly how well it was made.

Otherwise it looks suspiciously similar to...

Freehold DM wrote:
I fully admit I drank fr fanboy tears for quite some time, and found them delicious.
... so you literally have no idea what it did, you just like that it made people mad?

oh no, I know what it did. AND it made people mad. For a brief time, I was happy.

Because realms fans were suffering for once.


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Cover Turtle wrote:
Orthos wrote:

Honestly, my reaction to that claim is just... how does anyone EVER maintain a Good alignment, if that's the expected result of being an adventurer? Or are all your adventurers Neutral at best?

There's kind of two different questions here so, I see if I can answer them both.

Now, I personally do tend to make adventurers on the Neutral spectrum. I don't have an exact count, but I would guess that around 75-80% would be Neutral, with slightly more (around 60-65% I would guess) on the Law-Chaos axis, then the Good-Evil axis.
That though is probably just as much a result of discovering that the Gm's I usually played under, pestered me less about alignment matters when I had declared my character as something Neutral, then if I had declared them some Good Alignment.
So its kind of a 'learned behaviour' - you want to be left alone and play the character like you want? then write Neutral-something on that character sheet, then the Gm cuts you more slack...

Now how do adventures maintain a Good alignment if being surrounded by death, destruction and occasional despair which might grate on them?
Well I guess they do that by working through it like people do, and becoming better.
Maybe your character takes to drinking (something I know), does something horrible (drunken assault, neglect, you name it), is faced with the consequences of what he's/she's done and has to work to not only 'repair' the damages but earn back trust, self-respect and maybe love.
Also it often comes down to the individual tables expectation, tolerance and 'definition'. What can and can't you do and still remain 'Good'?, is there thing from which there can't be any forgiveness?, what the table tolerance for mistakes, misunderstandings and corner-cases?
One table I usually sit at, uses the rule of thumb that you can remain 'Good' if you do 'Good' more often then Evil, and show genuine contrition when faced with a mistake you've committed. Yes that could technically mean that you do...

this is why I have redefined alignments in my campaign setting.


I feel like I've missed posts - there are some that I haven't or can't see, and seems like they're quoted or responded to, and others are just weird.

So I don't know when the whole favorite settings thing came up, but I'll throw in:

My favorite settings.

1.-10. Blue Rose, Eberron, Firefly, Forgotten Realms, Ghostwalk there is no good reason this one is here; seriously, I don't know Golarion/Pathfinder, Homebrew varies; this is also the worst, so..., Mouse Guard, Points of Light, Star Wars, Starfinder; uncounted, but it should go here: other adaptations of properties that I really like (even if I don't like the game mechanics associated with that game; this is about the setting, not the mechanics)

Honorable Mentions so close!: 13th Age*, Cerulean Seas*, Dark Sun*, Dreamscarred Press' Psionics* really cool for a seemingly-unnamed quasi-setting, Greyhawk this might should go under honorable mentions, Ma<that other "eastern" one by D&D> this seems faint praise indeed, but I just can't ever remember the name, Remarkable Races: Pathway to Adventure*, Rokugan ask me again tomorrow, and this may be up there, Shadowrun, Spelljammer*, Starjammer*

Reasonable Inclusions that don't make my list: Heroes Kids, Planescape yes, I'm aware, Ravenloft It's not bad in the slightest, it just doesn't do it for me, personally: I like more hope, Traveler

No thanks: Dragonlance so much that really should tick all the boxes; it's just... you see... I... I got nothin'

Things I didn't remember: ________________________ a lot should go here

So that's what I've got!

* These are almost exclusively here because I simply have not had enough exposure to them. They seem nearly ideal in many ways, it's just... there are no opportunities to play with them. There may be other reasons as well, but the biggest consistent one across the board is simple lack of time and resources to immerse myself into them. This likely also covers several that I've forgotten to mention, too.


Because you and I are friends, Orthos
This is the one I'm guessing you like?

Because I'm a jerk, Orthos
The comments alone on this one are... exquisite

This is vaguely similar to the first, but is it antithetical to your tastes?
I ask for science and greater personal understanding, not for forcing you to torment yourself; choose accordingly, and that's fine.


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Freehold DM wrote:

oh no, I know what it did. AND it made people mad. For a brief time, I was happy.

Because realms fans were suffering for once.

Nevermind, Orthos. It shares no similarities to this at all.

Sigh.

>:I


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>.>

<.<


Hello!


Good night, maybe!


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Ello!


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Good conversation.


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NobodysHome wrote:

..and don't forget the whole, "Hey, you've been working 60-80 hours a week for the last 15-16 weeks and we haven't had a chance to see you! Let's ALL try to socialize with you at once during your downtime!"

And holy carp is it insidious.
NobodysWife: "Can we do the Dickens Faire on the 16th?"
NobodysHome: "Sure!" (Sends out two "No" RSVPs to try to keep the weekend clear)
NobodysWife: "Oh! My friend just said she wants to host a holiday party that evening! We need to go to that!"
NobodysHome: (Winces at the thought of 12 hours solid of "social, festive" activity) "I guess that's OK..."

...and the invites just keep coming in. Relatives. Long-silent friends. Anyone and everyone who hasn't seen you in years wants to see you during that precious, precious two weeks of downtime where you were thinking you could finally relax and sit around doing nothing for at least a day or two.

Want to thank a teacher? Don't frigging invite them to anything during the holidays!

Hey, NH! I just wanted to invite you to a big party I'm having next week!! You better be there!!!


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Sorry. I had to do it.


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do what?


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Vidmaster7 wrote:

do what?

Jokingly invite NH to a party after quoting his hatred of the large number of invitations to parties.


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ah your usual CE shenanigans


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
ah your usual CE shenanigans

Hey, now. My profile clearly states my alignment as "Sortalawful Kindagood".


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I got the words "Jacuzzi" and "yakuza" confused, and now I'm in hot water with the Japanese mafia.


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I want to become a butcher and marry a woman named Patricia. That way I can introduce her by saying "Meat Patty".


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Hey. Check this one out...

Spoiler:
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The other day my wife told me "You may have a BS, a Master's, and a PhD, but you're still an idiot!" It was a third-degree burn.


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Where do naughty rainbows go? Prism.


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I hate it when people write "angle" instead of "angel". It's like they're trying to be edgy.


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I got pulled over the other day. The cop came up to my window and said "Papers". So I yelled "Scissors! I win!!" and sped off. He chased me for 45 minutes before finally giving up. I guess he really wanted a rematch, but I just didn't feel like it.


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Why do cows have hooves instead of feet? Because they lactose.

(lack toes)


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Having children really brought my wife and I closer together. I think it's because we now have a common enemy.


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Two drums and a cymbal fell off a cliff.

Ba dum tish.


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Its bee awhile since we got a joke drop. I thought I missed it...


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Its bee awhile since we got a joke drop. I thought I missed it...

You know you love it.


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My friend Johnson met his grandfather for the first time the other day. His name is Johndad.


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My daughter popped the "R" key off my keyboard and ate it. When I asked her why she said that she was "Craving anarchy".

(an R key)


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Some people use a Ouija board to communicate with spirits. I use my collection of window cleaners. It's my squeegee hoard.


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Here's a bit of advice for you:

Advi

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