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Hee hee! Naked 45K celebratin'! Later y'all!

*blink*


C-C-C_COMBO BREAKER!!!!!!!!!!!

Liberty's Edge

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Damn, monkey, ain't you supposed to be all baking my donuts and s+$~?

Scarab Sages

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FUUUUUUCCCCCKKKKKKK!!!!!!!!!!

I thought it was Mondays that were supposed to suck ass.

Scarab Sages

Something for Urizen......

I hate sticky hand.

Liberty's Edge

Aberzombie wrote:

FUUUUUUCCCCCKKKKKKK!!!!!!!!!!

I thought it was Mondays that were supposed to suck ass.

Tuesdays will to, but you have to pay extra.


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Mothman wrote:
Speaking of food (as ya’ll were ... like two days ago ...) we are really fortunate in Sydney to have lots of places to get really good, really authentic (and some not so authentic) Asian cuisine of various types – Japanese, Korean, Thai, Chinese (of various stripes), Malay, Vietnamese, Indian, Nepalese, Mongolian, Singaporean ... you name it you can find a place that does it well in Sydney. We have some good European and Middle Eastern places too (Italian, French, Greek, Turkish, Persian, some but not as much Spanish and German). I ... don’t think we do Tex Mex, Cajun, Creole or anything much really from the Americas that well (that I am aware of).

There was a Cajun restaurant in Crows Nest... I dont know if its still there....

I was into cooking Cajun food at one stage, after my adventures into Spanish and before my Moroccan period.....

Tell you what... if I still have a Square Bear of Bundy Rum laying about I will make you some Bananas Foster one game night. 5 table spoons of Dark Rum (I usually put in 8-10) 4 (6-8) table spoons of Banana flavoured liquor - a cup of brown sugar, some cinnamon, nutmeg, 6 table spoons of butter, some bananas a frying pan and ice-cream when you plate it up.

Shadow Lodge

Urgh.


Well, the birthday was decent. Took the day off work and just chilled with the dog. +1 to Moorluck's sentiments on having internet friends. Tons of well wishes from others. It makes up a bit for one's grown kids caring less about the occasion, other than 'where are you taking us for dinner on your bday?' Mrgh. Sure doesn't help me getting past feeling like the invisible man, but it wasn't a totally gloomy day.

Silver linings to be had for others - My 26yo son met a new girl after his long term break up. He's not rushing into anything, but it makes him feel a lot better about himself. Hopefully our young FAWTLies find the same reassurance.

My daughter's back up plan for college is a good one. They are offering a couple scholarships, plus more financial aid than we need. It's cheaper than UofM and she has more than a few friends already going there. We believe that she may have a better chance of success there, plus my wife was dicey on the Air Force thing.

Trying to convince my 22yo son to transfer schools and finish his bachelor's degree. He seemed to take to heart my point that any degree is better than none, and not to stress over it.

Happy Taco Tuesday!


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houstonderek wrote:
Damn, monkey, ain't you supposed to be all baking my donuts and s%!$?

No donut baking for the foreseeable future. I got switched back to straight serving until my boss can replace a worker. Good for me, I can lounge in bed till the absurd hour of 4am! Such indolence!


Patrick Curtin wrote:

Hee hee! Naked 45K celebratin'! Later y'all!

*blink*

funniest blitz ever, Patrick

Silver Crusade

Morning, all. What did I miss?

Grand Lodge

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The usual drunken caterwauling.

Sovereign Court

Patrick Curtin wrote:
Good for me, I can lounge in bed till the absurd hour of 4am! Such indolence!

What time do you normally get up?

Sovereign Court

psionichamster wrote:

"Morning" all.

Made up my mind to split this crazy job, now I just have to find my real career...

Oh, boy...

Good luck!

Sovereign Court

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The Curse of the Crimson Throne Bestiary minis are now up!


Aberzombie wrote:

Something for Urizen......

I hate sticky hand.

There's always saliva.


Sativa?

Yesssss.....

{twirls 'stache}


Uhh... I did wish you a happy birthday, right e7? If not, happy birthday!


aeglos wrote:
Patrick Curtin wrote:

Hee hee! Naked 45K celebratin'! Later y'all!

*blink*

funniest blitz ever, Patrick

Bows

Danke, danke!

I'll be here all evening, be sure and tip your BttH server!


Freehold DM wrote:
Uhh... I did wish you a happy birthday, right e7? If not, happy birthday!

10 Q Berry Munch

Silver Crusade

Mmmm. Berries.

Happy Birthday, E7!


happy birthday Emperor7


Happy birthday E7. :)

A little late, but without Facebook reminders...well, that is one thing that accursed site is good for.

Dark Archive

Happy Birthday E7.

Dark Archive

30 minutes till I go on vacation with the wife and step son. Yippie. I can't wait.

Liberty's Edge

Happy birthday e7!

The Exchange

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Nine more pages to go until FAWTL reaches 1000 pages!

How's that for WAY TOO LONG! >;)

Scarab Sages

Celestial Healer wrote:
Morning, all. What did I miss?

Well, Scott's visit to the local shipyard took a disasterous turn when the facility was attacked by a giant, mutant seahorse. Meanwhile, Steven's drunken caterwauling and acts of vandalism earned him a night in the drunk tank at the police station. And, across town, several security measaures were put into effect at the local dump after.....No, wait! That's my soap opera!

Scarab Sages

Note: Today's episode of The Undead and the Fawtly was brought to you by the letter's U, S, & N and by the number s$*!f+*$!

Dark Archive

Argh this last half-hour is killing me I want to get outta here.


Thanks all, for the bday wishes. When I'm dead you can cut open my trunk and count the rings to see if it matches up. ;D


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Moorluck wrote:

Nine more pages to go until FAWTL reaches 1000 pages!

How's that for WAY TOO LONG! >;)

...but .... we're only on page 901.

This is why Solnes is responsible for balancing the bank account. ;-)


Emperor7 wrote:
Thanks all, for the bday wishes. When I'm dead you can cut open my trunk and count the rings to see if it matches up. ;D

Happy Birthday E7.

pulls chainsaw out of the garage

Whenever you're ready. :)


Is it Friday yet?

The Exchange

Mothman wrote:
Speaking of food (as ya’ll were ... like two days ago ...) we are really fortunate in Sydney to have lots of places to get really good, really authentic (and some not so authentic) Asian cuisine of various types – Japanese, Korean, Thai, Chinese (of various stripes), Malay, Vietnamese, Indian, Nepalese, Mongolian, Singaporean ... you name it you can find a place that does it well in Sydney. We have some good European and Middle Eastern places too (Italian, French, Greek, Turkish, Persian, some but not as much Spanish and German). I ... don’t think we do Tex Mex, Cajun, Creole or anything much really from the Americas that well (that I am aware of).

No Cajun food, what sort of backward hell do you live in?


There's no backwards Hell in Las Vegas. You can find anything to eat in Las Vegas, and I mean anything.

The Exchange

The 8th Dwarf wrote:
Mothman wrote:
Speaking of food (as ya’ll were ... like two days ago ...) we are really fortunate in Sydney to have lots of places to get really good, really authentic (and some not so authentic) Asian cuisine of various types – Japanese, Korean, Thai, Chinese (of various stripes), Malay, Vietnamese, Indian, Nepalese, Mongolian, Singaporean ... you name it you can find a place that does it well in Sydney. We have some good European and Middle Eastern places too (Italian, French, Greek, Turkish, Persian, some but not as much Spanish and German). I ... don’t think we do Tex Mex, Cajun, Creole or anything much really from the Americas that well (that I am aware of).

There was a Cajun restaurant in Crows Nest... I dont know if its still there....

I was into cooking Cajun food at one stage, after my adventures into Spanish and before my Moroccan period.....

Tell you what... if I still have a Square Bear of Bundy Rum laying about I will make you some Bananas Foster one game night. 5 table spoons of Dark Rum (I usually put in 8-10) 4 (6-8) table spoons of Banana flavoured liquor - a cup of brown sugar, some cinnamon, nutmeg, 6 table spoons of butter, some bananas a frying pan and ice-cream when you plate it up.

hmmm. Yummy.

The Exchange

Happy Birthday Emperor7!

The Exchange

BluePigeon wrote:
There's no backwards Hell in Las Vegas. You can find anything to eat in Las Vegas, and I mean anything.

I have heard it was fast food hell out there.


Fast Food Hell? Nah, just need to find the right spot. A lot of Ma and Pa shots closed when the economy did the downward spiral. But Vegas has it all and can feed any man, woman, and child.

...and zombie too if the apocalypse is just right.

Liberty's Edge

Happy birthday E7!

Liberty's Edge

Crimson Jester wrote:
Mothman wrote:
Speaking of food (as ya’ll were ... like two days ago ...) we are really fortunate in Sydney to have lots of places to get really good, really authentic (and some not so authentic) Asian cuisine of various types – Japanese, Korean, Thai, Chinese (of various stripes), Malay, Vietnamese, Indian, Nepalese, Mongolian, Singaporean ... you name it you can find a place that does it well in Sydney. We have some good European and Middle Eastern places too (Italian, French, Greek, Turkish, Persian, some but not as much Spanish and German). I ... don’t think we do Tex Mex, Cajun, Creole or anything much really from the Americas that well (that I am aware of).
No Cajun food, what sort of backward hell do you live in?

I'm sure you can get it, but it's hard to find and I'm not sure how good / authentic it would be.

The Exchange

BluePigeon wrote:

Fast Food Hell? Nah, just need to find the right spot. A lot of Ma and Pa shots closed when the economy did the downward spiral. But Vegas has it all and can feed any man, woman, and child.

...and zombie too if the apocalypse is just right.

Would not Vegas be a good regrouping spot after the initial onslaught of the neardead or reborn?

Liberty's Edge

The 8th Dwarf wrote:


There was a Cajun restaurant in Crows Nest... I dont know if its still there....

Never came across it when I worked there.

The 8th Dwarf wrote:


Tell you what... if I still have a Square Bear of Bundy Rum laying about I will make you some Bananas Foster one game night. 5 table spoons of Dark Rum (I usually put in 8-10) 4 (6-8) table spoons of Banana flavoured liquor - a cup of brown sugar, some cinnamon, nutmeg, 6 table spoons of butter, some bananas a frying pan and ice-cream when you plate it up.

Cool!

The Exchange

Best line so far in Walking Dead:

Spoiler:
"I new God mentioned the resurrection of the dead, I just thought he had something different in mind." Hershel

I all but pissed myself.

The Exchange

Arrrrrrrgh! Game freeze made me lose an hour of hard fought gain! >:/

The Exchange

Oh well, time for bed anyhow. I need sleep after all.

Scarab Sages

Good evening/morning to all you wonderful FAWTLY FOlk. Just got off work about 40 minutes ago, and now I'm back at the hotel. Got cleaned up a bit. Now I just want to get a bit of posting done before sending off a few emails and going to sleep.

Scarab Sages

It was a very looooonnnnnggggg day.

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