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I guess once you go down to the point you start posting Beatsaber Videos of yourself online, you sort of don't get embarrassed by doing weird stuff in public or get your parents catching you kicking and punching air at home.

No, not the going nekkid part. Though I must admit if I really did ever run a marathon, I might actually do it in sports bra and a pair of shorts. Just to keep the weight down.

*Gets dressed*

Found the picture.

Or maybe my happily posting online is just another way I'm being contrary to my parents saying don't post your pictures online.


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Just a Mort wrote:

I guess once you go down to the point you start posting Beatsaber Videos of yourself online, you sort of don't get embarrassed by doing weird stuff in public or get your parents catching you kicking and punching air at home.

No, not the going nekkid part. Though I must admit if I really did ever run a marathon, I might actually do it in sports bra and a pair of shorts. Just to keep the weight down.

*Gets dressed*

Found the picture.

Or maybe my happily posting online is just another way I'm being contrary to my parents saying don't post your pictures online.

REBEL!

Nude photos might be a bit to far in your rebelling but I will leave that up to you so I don't get in trouble with other people on this thread.

The Exchange

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I'm sure Freehold and Kjeldorn will approve.

BTW Freehold - I have been religiously doing my legraises and squats. Squats, not that much of an issue, since I do them fairly often as part of bodycombat routine.

The legraises though...were like >.< After I did those the night before, my stomach was complaining the next day when I was doing crunches for bodycombat.


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Just a Mort wrote:
Can't find alias summer captain yesterday.

It's not an alias, just search my posts for summer captain yesterday.


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Just a Mort wrote:

I'm sure Freehold and Kjeldorn will approve.

BTW Freehold - I have been religiously doing my legraises and squats. Squats, not that much of an issue, since I do them fairly often as part of bodycombat routine.

The legraises though...were like >.< After I did those the night before, my stomach was complaining the next day when I was doing crunches for bodycombat.

That's how you know they are working!


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Sigh well someones vehicles was broken into well not broken but stuff was taken apparently. Almost the same time as last year. Only time of the year we have any trouble like that at all.

The Exchange

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I'm quite crappy at core work and arm work anyway.

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Oh dear. Will they make trouble for you because their stuff was taken while in your premises?


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Tequila Sunrise wrote:
Cover Turtle wrote:
Pan's Labyrinth stuff

I agreed with your assessment the first couple of times I watched it, but then I started thinking about a scene near the end...

** spoiler omitted **

Yea both are viable interpretations. It kind of comes down to the amount of fairy tale-ness, you ascribe to the movie.

I guess that I kind of just found the two of the possible narrators to the happenings (ie Ofelia and the Satyr/Pan) aren't exactly very reliable*
Also its a bleak movie...so I kind of find myself leaning towards the bleakest possible interpretation ^^'.

* Ofelia might live in la-la land and the Satyr might not be real...

Just a Mort wrote:

I called a PBP hiatus for the stuff I'm GMing. Holiday madness is driving me crazy since I need to cover for a colleague and our company is currently in a project phase. Family commitments all over the place(need to transfer the line to another service provider) and things I need done as well(like new specs and a haircut), as well as extra hours into exercise in an attempt to lose weight. I've been running on 5-6 h of sleep per day this whole week and it's driving me up the wall.

I need 7-8h sleep to function properly.

On the bright side I managed to run 5 km non stop this morning though I didn't beat my personal record. I think I need to set my own pace and not try not to chase after others for long runs.

*Gives Mort head scratches and nuzzles*

Yea, take it easy a bit until the Christmas stress and obligations die down. Our favorite (bob)kitten should take some time off to do a bit of selfcare, socializing with family and significant other and grooming.

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I already do.

Not so well done, but its the first time with this song. Beatsaber booth, I'm going to miss you. (It's removed today =()

Then if I want more beatsaber it's go to VR theme park and pay $15 for 4-7 min of game time =(

Surely that must be some sort of crime! Denying the public free access to some some good wholesome fun!

*Follows "kitty's booty shake" intently through the whole song*

^^'

:P

(Classic song choice by the way…)

Just a Mort wrote:

I guess once you go down to the point you start posting Beatsaber Videos of yourself online, you sort of don't get embarrassed by doing weird stuff in public or get your parents catching you kicking and punching air at home.

Cover Turtle approves immensely!

^^

Vidmaster7 wrote:
Except the FATAL RPG you just should not play that one.

But, but...every game need's an anal circumference table..right?!

captain yesterday wrote:

Oh it's not just that it's almost exclusively D&D (I have yet to meet someone that plays Pathfinder that I didn't introduce them to it) but that it's almost exclusively high fantasy as VE called it. God forbid you would want to play Iron Gods and want a laser gun, and it gets worse, not only are laser guns NOT ALLOWED (yes, they always use all caps to underscore it) but I have yet to meet a Pathfinder group that would even allow Alchemists, or even f*@~ing pirates ("I don't know, that doesn't sound like it's very Tolkien" an actual quote from three different people I tried to recruit for Skull and Shackles)

This isn't new, I quit playing D&D nearly thirty years ago because of b&~$~$%* like that, and they've only gotten more obnoxious about it.

*Notes down to remember to bring along any thing other then "Medieval European High Fantasy" rpg stuff if we decides to visit FaWtLers in the Midwest…*

So Runequest (its bronze age so that doesn't count), WH40k, StarWars, Most WoD games, CoC (and variants), ShadowRun, Fragged Empire, Polaris...
Eh I'll probably find more (as I choose to interpret "Medieval European High Fantasy" pretty broadly) ^^

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Vidmaster7 wrote:

Mort has given us a fair amount of pictures that is true.

*tries to think back to when he shared his good looks*

I don't think you or gran have, there was a big picture sharing party a couple of years ago.

I haven't either…

but find a high resolution pic of me is gonna be difficult, as I have an uncanny ability to (unwittingly) foil attempt at taking my picture…


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Vidmaster7 wrote:
Just a Mort wrote:

People complain I'm too secretive and never tell anyone anything. But what can I say if you've disapproved of all my hobbies and told me that I should be more "normal" and like the others?

Is it wrong to stay out late to play D&D? Is it wrong to read fantasy books because I like them instead of all those self help books like 7 effective habits for teens? Is it wrong to not want to look at financial planning?

I'm secretive with my hobbies until I have proof that you are "cool". Its all my moms fault from 16-18 I had to hide the fact me and my friends played D&D becuase she watched some stupid program on TV that said it was the Devil.

I don't really have meaningful contact with people who are not gamers/fans of fantasy/SF.


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LordSynos wrote:
Orthos wrote:
... apparently there is a limit to the number of games you can activate on Steam with codes in a certain amount of time. Either that or my Steam account is wonked up for some reason.
Yeah, there's a limit. :) I've hit it a few times. :P It resets in about an hour.

Huh? I never hit it...

<.<

>.>

I need more game codes to test!

:P


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Blergh. Sore throat.


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Who's got two thumbs and has done absolutely nothing to straighten house and pack before visiting relatives?


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Yup. We have to be at the airport in 21 hours, and I still have to do more laundry, finish packing for myself and the kids, bake a batch of anisette biscotti for my mother, clean the house, and return our library books.


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captain yesterday wrote:
Vidmaster7 wrote:

Mort has given us a fair amount of pictures that is true.

*tries to think back to when he shared his good looks*

I don't think you or gran have, there was a big picture sharing party a couple of years ago.

And I'm never likely to share a picture of me.

The Exchange

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Kjeldorn wrote:

*Follows "kitty's booty shake" intently through the whole song*

Oh dear. I guess maybe I should have put a NSFW spoiler down there, shouldn't I?

Didn't really realize there was that much @ss shaking.

Alot of custom songs like What I've done(Linkin park), Hotel California(Eagles) only come at expert difficulty, which I'm not up to, yet.

Another custom song I did was mortal kombat. Which you saw earlier.

I tried Bye Bye Bye by N'sync at hard but I missed so many notes I'm too embarrassed at the result to keep the video.


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I pointed out that with his hat on Tiny T-Rex looked like Jughead from Riverdale, which absolutely delights Crookshanks to no end.


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Scintillae wrote:
Who's got two thumbs and has done absolutely nothing to straighten house and pack before visiting relatives?

Thumbelina? Tom Thumb? Jimmy "One Thumb" Chainsaw?

Oh, wait... scratch the third...


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I worked with the third guy.


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Cover Turtle wrote:

I haven't either…

but finding a high resolution pic of me is gonna be difficult, as I have an uncanny ability to (unwittingly) foil attempt at taking my picture…

Fixed!

Just a Mort wrote:
Kjeldorn wrote:

*Follows "kitty's booty shake" intently through the whole song*

Oh dear. I guess maybe I should have put a NSFW spoiler down there, shouldn't I?

Didn't really realize there was that much @ss shaking...

Nah don't really think its needed Mort...

Its just me being crass and rude ^^'
Could go on about my fascination with nice behinds but that would really require a NSFW spoiler :p.


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Just a Mort wrote:
Oh dear. Will they make trouble for you because their stuff was taken while in your premises?

Its more of a worry for our manager then us lowly peons but most likely not


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So, I live in an area with an overall population of around 7 million people. That's kind of a lot.

So just how is it that when we need a 24-hour pharmacy, the closest one is a half-hour drive away? (For LM's reference, the two closest ones were in Alameda and Greenbrae, so I had to cross a body of water to get to either.)

The fact that Berkeley has large populations of homeless people, students, and recreational drug users, plus two hospitals and several free clinics and urgent care centers, yet has not a single 24-hour pharmacy, is just kind of alarming...


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NobodysHome wrote:

So, I live in an area with an overall population of around 7 million people. That's kind of a lot.

So just how is it that when we need a 24-hour pharmacy, the closest one is a half-hour drive away? (For LM's reference, the two closest ones were in Alameda and Greenbrae, so I had to cross a body of water to get to either.)

The fact that Berkeley has large populations of homeless people, students, and recreational drug users, plus two hospitals and several free clinics and urgent care centers, yet has not a single 24-hour pharmacy, is just kind of alarming...

There's one in the Temescal, right next to the amazing Italian deli at 51st and Telegraph, across from Bakesale Betty and the old Oakland Aikido Institute.

It's just down the block from the place where I got my tattoo.

Or at least it used to be 24 hours; maybe it's changed.


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lisamarlene wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:

So, I live in an area with an overall population of around 7 million people. That's kind of a lot.

So just how is it that when we need a 24-hour pharmacy, the closest one is a half-hour drive away? (For LM's reference, the two closest ones were in Alameda and Greenbrae, so I had to cross a body of water to get to either.)

The fact that Berkeley has large populations of homeless people, students, and recreational drug users, plus two hospitals and several free clinics and urgent care centers, yet has not a single 24-hour pharmacy, is just kind of alarming...

There's one in the Temescal, right next to the amazing Italian deli at 51st and Telegraph, across from Bakesale Betty and the old Oakland Aikido Institute.

It's just down the block from the place where I got my tattoo.

Or at least it used to be 24 hours; maybe it's changed.

Well, it was our doctor looking for somewhere we could get a prescription filled (a stupid infection that flared up after hours), so *he* couldn't find any place to fill our prescription closer than Alameda. But I don't know what kind of tools he had at his disposal.


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Kind of interesting after Freehold's reaction to my "porch thief" video.
Short version: The videos the guy got himself were legitimate, but some of the ones from his friends were his friends pranking each other.

I like the fact that he publicly admitted the error, took down the segments showing "unreal" thieves, and is trying to let everyone know what happened.

Guess what? Clarity always helps.


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Cap'n Yesterday, FaWtL Tourism wrote:
Yup, there's actually a good amount of migration between Wisconsin and Tennessee, I know of at least three people I went to high school with that moved to Tennessee, plus a friend's wife left him and moved there, the same with one of the General's brothers, his wife left him to move with her boyfriend to Tennessee, I mean.

that's a bit weird.


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I've been up and vaguely puttering since 5:45, but it's 10:30 and I'm still in my pajamas. T-19 hours. But I've started the laundry.

Last night, when the children were *supposed* to be cleaning their room, I heard Hermione saying, as one would to a kitten, "Come here, Sauron. Come here, Sauron. Come on. Come on," in a cutesy little high voice.
When I asked her about it, she denied any knowledge of what I was talking about, which means she's either embarrassed or messing with me.

Now I want a cat named Sauron in the worst way.


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lisamarlene wrote:

I've been up and vaguely puttering since 5:45, but it's 10:30 and I'm still in my pajamas. T-19 hours. But I've started the laundry.

Last night, when the children were *supposed* to be cleaning their room, I heard Hermione saying, as one would to a kitten, "Come here, Sauron. Come here, Sauron. Come on. Come on," in a cutesy little high voice.
When I asked her about it, she denied any knowledge of what I was talking about, which means she's either embarrassed or messing with me.

Now I want a cat named Sauron in the worst way.

Can you get her to help with the present wrapping by calling it Sauron Wrap?


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NobodysHome wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

I've been up and vaguely puttering since 5:45, but it's 10:30 and I'm still in my pajamas. T-19 hours. But I've started the laundry.

Last night, when the children were *supposed* to be cleaning their room, I heard Hermione saying, as one would to a kitten, "Come here, Sauron. Come here, Sauron. Come on. Come on," in a cutesy little high voice.
When I asked her about it, she denied any knowledge of what I was talking about, which means she's either embarrassed or messing with me.

Now I want a cat named Sauron in the worst way.

Can you get her to help with the present wrapping by calling it Sauron Wrap?

We didn't really buy anything.

I mean, I got a couple of small things for the kids (Hilo vol. 4 and a new watch for Val, Lumberjanes #2 and some magnetic earrings for Hermione, and a dress and a rock-and-roll ABC book for the baby), but we're not doing gifts for grown-ups.


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(They're still going to get presents. Grandma and Grandpa came over the other night and brought them each a new box of art supplies and a membership the arboretum, so they can go practice sketching/painting outdoors, and I suspect my mom is giving them a membership to the zoo and some stuff to open. Also my two older cousins treat the kids as surrogate grandchildren.)
I've stopped trying to compete with, struggle emotionally with, or outdo the grandparents and other older relatives. They can afford it and I can't. It makes them happy.


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Just a Mort wrote:

I already do.

Not so well done, but its the first time with this song. Beatsaber booth, I'm going to miss you. (It's removed today =()

Then if I want more beatsaber it's go to VR theme park and pay $15 for 4-7 min of game time =(

I will miss the wiggling cat bottom.

And yikes. That is a rip off.


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Hey, Freehold!
How's your head this morning?


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Just a Mort wrote:

I'm sure Freehold and Kjeldorn will approve.

BTW Freehold - I have been religiously doing my legraises and squats. Squats, not that much of an issue, since I do them fairly often as part of bodycombat routine.

The legraises though...were like >.< After I did those the night before, my stomach was complaining the next day when I was doing crunches for bodycombat.

make sure you pick your coccyx off the floor, and hold for a few seconds(2 to 3). You will see MASSIVE results.


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Orthos wrote:
Woran wrote:
Orthos wrote:
The Great Xmas Wrapping Critique-a-thon has begun.

Pfff, Ive given up on fancy wrapping. Most of the family is *rip it off in as little time as possible* when it comes to wrapping.

Of course, I can all annoy them to heck unwrapping everything ever so carefull.

My company's owner is immensely picky and particular about Xmas gift wrapping. And since he passes out all the gifts at the company party, he critiques and criticizes every single one, pointing out the responsible parties by name, as the gifts are shared.

And whatever powers you believe in help you if you dared to get a bag for your present instead of wrapping it.

what an a@#$++$.

I would either give him a lump of coal ornately wrapped or get scint drunk during a planning session and leave him to her tender mercies.


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The Vagrant Erudite wrote:

My group just...ugh. They're so damn "everything must be exactly the same" traditional D&D/PF it's starting to really bore me. I've played RPGs for over 15 years now, and honestly, 99% has been "Medieval European High Fantasy" - and I think, at this point, I'm just straight up sick of it.

They won't bend. I know I complained about it before, but I think at this point I'm starting to not even have fun playing anymore.

I still like RPGs, and I want to play, but I don't have friends here, nobody in this area is LFP (and those who have groups all play f&#~ing D&D), and PBP isn't the real experience.

Is it worse to hang on to mediocrity? Or just quit altogether? Because like I've complained before, I'd take any kind of change, but these people won't budge on system or setting; hell they won't even try E6/E7 Pathfinder. I just don't know what else to do. I don't really like devoting hours of my week to a hobby I find kinda "meh" of late.

sounds incredibly frustrating. Its part of the reason why I love Dark Sun, Spelljammer and the like.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Orthos wrote:
Woran wrote:
Orthos wrote:
The Great Xmas Wrapping Critique-a-thon has begun.

Pfff, Ive given up on fancy wrapping. Most of the family is *rip it off in as little time as possible* when it comes to wrapping.

Of course, I can all annoy them to heck unwrapping everything ever so carefull.

My company's owner is immensely picky and particular about Xmas gift wrapping. And since he passes out all the gifts at the company party, he critiques and criticizes every single one, pointing out the responsible parties by name, as the gifts are shared.

And whatever powers you believe in help you if you dared to get a bag for your present instead of wrapping it.

what an a&~@*!%.

I would either give him a lump of coal ornately wrapped or get scint drunk during a planning session and leave him to her tender mercies.

No, no. It's better sober. It lends itself well to terrifying speculation of what I'd do with alcohol if that's what I come up with without. In true horror fashion, it's the unknown that truly scares.

Shadow Lodge

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Freehold DM wrote:
Cap'n Yesterday, FaWtL Tourism wrote:
Yup, there's actually a good amount of migration between Wisconsin and Tennessee, I know of at least three people I went to high school with that moved to Tennessee, plus a friend's wife left him and moved there, the same with one of the General's brothers, his wife left him to move with her boyfriend to Tennessee, I mean.
that's a bit weird.

I can totally understand wanting to get out of Tennessee though.

Shadow Lodge

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Xmas presents mailed to Ebon (and family) and Scint, and the last gift for younger family - my step-nephew - purchased: he's getting the first three Pern books and the Crystal Singer trilogy. Gifts for parents, sister, and BIL will probably happen in early January; money is kinda tight this time of year for me.


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lisamarlene wrote:

Hey, Freehold!

How's your head this morning?

I was hung over for a while, but I drank some ginger ale and am feeling better.

We were not able to get into the absinthe place last night because we weren't dressed up and they had a dress code.

A dress code.

For a bar on a side street in chinatown.

During a rainstorm.

F##@ that noise.

We found a biergarten after some old school wandering(aided a bit by Google maps). That was nice. I didnt get absinthe drunk but I did get regular drunk.


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Freehold DM wrote:

We were not able to get into the absinthe place last night because we weren't dressed up and they had a dress code.

A dress code.

For a bar on a side street in chinatown.

During a rainstorm.

NobodysHome's Story Time:
Back in our punk days, we were hungry. So we were toodling around Berkeley in Our Resident So-and-So's Suburban trying to think of a good place to eat. Someone finally suggested Denny's, and we figured that would be good enough to fill our stomachs, if not spectacular. But as we got off at the Emeryville exit, Our Resident So-and-So said, "Hey! Trader Vic's is just down the road here. I've been there with my parents and it's pretty good. And they have good drinks. But I think they might have a dress code..."

He went on to regale us with the tale of his parents taking him to Trader Vic's 10 years previously, being turned away because the then-11-year-old So-and-So was not wearing a tie, and his father ripping a piece of bedsheet off of some scrap cloth in the trunk, tying it around his neck, and seeing them let in because of the ersatz "tie".

Our Resident So-and-So wanted revenge. And he had an SUV-load of punkers looking for fun, including "Mr. Lungs", who could bellow at over 100 decibels like any true freak of nature should. (I swear, in the city his voice easily traveled over a quarter mile.)

We pulled up. The valet greeted us darkly. He looked Mr. So-and-So up and down. "I'm sorry, 'Sir'. Trader Vic's is a 'jacket required' establishment."
Mr. So-and-So very slowly and conscientiously looked down at his Kevlar-lined leather motorcycle jacket, stretched the sleeves a little, and then said menacingly, "I am wearing a jacket."
The valet, clearly wondering whether to call the police now or later, responded, "Er... a Dining jacket, Sir."
The "Sir" was definitely more serious this time.

I have no idea what Mr. So-and-So had planned to respond. Because Mr. Lungs chose that moment to yell, "That's IT! We're going to F*****G DENNY'S!!! F*****G DENNY'S!!!!!"
We all joyously took up the chant. The windows on the SUV were open. The doors to Trader Vic's were open. I have no doubt that at least half the people in the restaurant heard this.

Since Mr. Lung's bellowing precluded any further discussion, Mr. So-and-So floored the Suburban and we raced off... to f*****g Denny's. Where we had a mediocre meal for a reasonable price.

And to this day, "That's it! We're going to f*****g Denny's!" has been our rallying cry whenever we're refused entry to a restaurant by snooty staff.

It's really pretty fun.


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One of my elder cousins, whose idea of dressing up was Teva sandals and a pair of bugle boys and tee shirt that had only been worn once instead of two or three times (remind me sometime to tell y'all the story about the time I borrowed his cabin at Lake Tahoe for the weekend, because... wow.) used to keep a rumpled thrift store corduroy blazer in the trunk of his car. For the occasions when he got hassled about wearing a jacket ("...oooookay, I'll be right back") when the family would go out for dinner together.
He did it once when he came to San Francisco and took me out for drinks at the Top of the Hop. It amused me sooooo much. The same old jacket.


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lisamarlene wrote:

One of my elder cousins, whose idea of dressing up was Teva sandals and a pair of bugle boys and tee shirt that had only been worn once instead of two or three times (remind me sometime to tell y'all the story about the time I borrowed his cabin at Lake Tahoe for the weekend, because... wow.) used to keep a rumpled thrift store corduroy blazer in the trunk of his car. For the occasions when he got hassled about wearing a jacket ("...oooookay, I'll be right back") when the family would go out for dinner together.

He did it once when he came to San Francisco and took me out for drinks at the Top of the Hop. It amused me sooooo much. The same old jacket.

So, Shiro loves to eat out, but Shiro will NOT dress up. I've seen him in a suit once. When he was best man at the Fake Russian's wedding.

But if a place refuses us entry because of the way he's dressed, his attitude is that it's just fine; he'll just make sure they never get any business from him, his friends, or anyone he happens to chat with again.

And yes, we HAVE taught him to say, "We're going to ******* Denny's!"
Hearing him utter it is delightful. Though we have yet to have to use it.

Because Rivoli.

The first time we went there after moving back, GothBard was worried because none of us dressed up. As we were being led back to our table, one of the waiters loudly exclaimed, "Oh, I LOVE your shirt!" (She was wearing the black-with-red-lettering "Mwahahaha" shirt.) Kind of endeared them to us forever, because no matter what the other customers thought, the staff clearly wanted us to feel welcome.


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OK. That's funny.

How obsessive am I about marking stuff as gifts this season?

I just got Volume 1 of Mob Psycho 100 because I've started collecting a few manga.

And in the bag was, "A gift from NobodysHome. Enjoy your gift."

Awww! I'm so nice!

Silver Crusade

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Freehold DM wrote:

So. Drunk.

Ch is here.

Such a lightweight.


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:

So. Drunk.

Ch is here.

Such a lightweight.

am not!


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lisamarlene wrote:

I've been up and vaguely puttering since 5:45, but it's 10:30 and I'm still in my pajamas. T-19 hours. But I've started the laundry.

Last night, when the children were *supposed* to be cleaning their room, I heard Hermione saying, as one would to a kitten, "Come here, Sauron. Come here, Sauron. Come on. Come on," in a cutesy little high voice.
When I asked her about it, she denied any knowledge of what I was talking about, which means she's either embarrassed or messing with me.

Now I want a cat named Sauron in the worst way.

That sounds like a bad idea, if you ask me. Not as bad as calling your cat 'Loki', but still asking for trouble.


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Limeylongears wrote:
lisamarlene wrote:

I've been up and vaguely puttering since 5:45, but it's 10:30 and I'm still in my pajamas. T-19 hours. But I've started the laundry.

Last night, when the children were *supposed* to be cleaning their room, I heard Hermione saying, as one would to a kitten, "Come here, Sauron. Come here, Sauron. Come on. Come on," in a cutesy little high voice.
When I asked her about it, she denied any knowledge of what I was talking about, which means she's either embarrassed or messing with me.

Now I want a cat named Sauron in the worst way.

That sounds like a bad idea, if you ask me. Not as bad as calling your cat 'Loki', but still asking for trouble.

Shiro has a cat named Loki.

Of course.

And yes, he is a psycho kitty.


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My sister once named a cat "Boyd" after Boyd Crowder on Justified.
Oh yes, he was trouble. Happily, Boyd stayed with Dexter when they split up.
No, Dexter wasn't the almost-brother-in-law's real name.
But we all called him that TO HIS FACE because the nickname fit, and he liked it.


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...I want to see that Boyd try to cross the good captain.


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I had a hamster I originally named Odie (because the hamster before him was named Garfield) then he bit me clear through my finger so I named him Spawn of Satan, he liked to escape and hide in my brother's shirts and then bite them when they put their shirt on. he once escaped at a friend's house, ate rat poison and survived.

Man, I loved that hamster.

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