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I am not sure if squee is the right sound when related to minityughs... More like a sound of farting happiness would be in order...

There might be more squee-worthy thingie during the week... No promises, though.


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Great, now I need to make some naked familiar monster...

Even if only to erase the impression of naked otyguh.

Silver Crusade

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Do eet.


Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
In other news, Guinness Milk Stout myam myam myam.
Where do we find this in San Francisco?

I found it by accident in Tesco (which I think is Fresh 'N' Easy in the US... Or was...) . Try this, if you can get it to work...


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Actually, I have most of the monsters already written, but I can fit something for Friday and Saturday...


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...

CR 2, Tiny Sized Succubus?

Fun Tiny Fey?

*sigh*

Both might have issues with PG-13 rating, though...


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Drejk wrote:

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CR 2, Tiny Sized Succubus?

Fun Tiny Fey?

*sigh*

Both might have issues with PG-13 rating, though...

make her a loli succubus fey? Lilith over morrigan? Enjoys flirting and teasing, but is more interested in elaborate sweets and desserts than anything carnal? More evil specimens seduce their prey- uptight, sexually repressed individuals- then loudly airing their dirty laundry and hidden fantasies in public until they literally die of embarrassment or give in to desire?


Limeylongears wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
In other news, Guinness Milk Stout myam myam myam.
Where do we find this in San Francisco?
I found it by accident in Tesco (which I think is Fresh 'N' Easy in the US... Or was...) . Try this, if you can get it to work...

Last time I was at a Tesco, I found a plastic two litre of cider for, like, 2 or 3 pounds.

Naturally, I refused to touch it.


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I'm rested and awake now. But I'll not enjoy the headache I'll get later.


Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
In other news, Guinness Milk Stout myam myam myam.
Where do we find this in San Francisco?
I found it by accident in Tesco (which I think is Fresh 'N' Easy in the US... Or was...) . Try this, if you can get it to work...

Last time I was at a Tesco, I found a plastic two litre of cider for, like, 2 or 3 pounds.

Naturally, I refused to touch it.

You gotta lift with your knees, not your back. Although, honestly, two or three pounds isn't very hard to lift, we recommend anabolic steroids to help get in shape, or deer urine.


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Thought that was Owen for a minute there^


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Me too, but I might be sleep deprived a bit...


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Ah, ripping CDs. Makes me feel young again. Haven't done this in years.

Do people still buy CDs? I just stream my music. I'm only ripping CDs now because my new Spanish language kit came with a bunch of them, and I haven't owned a CD player since before I was a teenager. What I need is digital files on my phone.


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I still own a CD player and Cd's that I listen to from time to time but i do find myself just streaming my music more and more.


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Rosita the Riveter wrote:

Ah, ripping CDs. Makes me feel young again. Haven't done this in years.

Do people still buy CDs? I just stream my music. I'm only ripping CDs now because my new Spanish language kit came with a bunch of them, and I haven't owned a CD player since before I was a teenager. What I need is digital files on my phone.

I still buy CDs. I've got a portable player the I listen to while I'm out doing things.


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I have a CD player that can also play cassettes! I have it since I was 11 years old and it's in perfect state. I mostly use it to listen to the radio.


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wow cassettes my feelings towards them are like how I felt about 8-tracks 20 years ago.


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I still have some cassettes that belonged to my mother and I couldn't get rid of them. Many of them are dance music from the 80s, which my mother loved.


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The sad thing about cassettes is the more you listen to them the less time they will last. Its like the only have so many charges before that's it.

I'm still waiting for the little light cubes from Men in black myself.


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I have over 500 CDs, all lovingly loaded onto my ITunes.


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Tacticslion wrote:

I'm an adult! I can stay up as late as I want!

... so, naturally, I fell asleep in my Eldest's room while he jumped on me and I tried to read a book.

(So hard to be awake right now...)

Blarg. I fell asleep yesterday late afternoon/early evening. Slept through the evening and both boys' night-night. Woke up, went to bed, and slept through the night. Now, after all that good rest: I'm so ready to go back to sleep.

>:|

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... zzZZzz...

... zzZZzz...

EDIT: zzzz


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That sounds like a good day.


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The rain will supposedly stop Tuesday. Supposedly.


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They mostly come at night. Mostly.


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So much for forbidding Pea Bear from becoming a teenager. Looks like I'm going to have to build a tower in the garden I can lock her into by her sixteenth birthday.


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Regional paper headline: "Norwegian dead in boating accident."


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captain yesterday wrote:
So much for forbidding Pea Bear from becoming a teenager. Looks like I'm going to have to build a tower in the garden I can lock her into by her sixteenth birthday.

Be careful, Cap'n. You may find yourself in a fairy tale.


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I resigned myself to a fairy tale life long ago.


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Going to risk a flaming bicycle and list the teams that have qualified for the inaugural (4701 AR) Champions Cup of Avistan so far:

Absalom – Wise Quarter FC
Andoran – Claes Redoubtables
Belkzen – Trunau FC
Brevoy – Stoneclimb FC
Cheliax – AC Ostenso
Druma – Detmer Shipyards (winning the national final on penalties!)
Five Kings Mountains –
Galt –
Irrisen –
Isger –
Kyonin –
Lastwall –
Linnorm Lands –
Mammoth Realm –
Mendev –
Molthune –
Nidal –
Nirmathas –
Numeria –
Qadira –
River Kingdoms –
Taldor –
Ustalav –
Varisia –


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To make up for the (fantasy) football talk, have some Mass Effect cosplay that showed up in my timeline.


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Awesome!


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Damnit, Bioware! Why can't I romance Scout Harding‽‽‽


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Back from chaperoning trip #2! No writeup this time, but one bit of amusement:

The last time I chaperoned the Great America trip (two years ago), I caught sight of security arresting one of our students and I quickly intervened on his behalf. (He'd received a counterfeit $10 as change at one of the game stands in the park, then the bill was identified as counterfeit at another stand. I know because he was in my group and showed me his cash before we went in, and it was all $20s.)
So I got to see the ins and outs of security at Great America.

This trip I got to see the ins and outs of the medical station, as I was the first chaperone on the scene when one of the kids got a massive bloody nose. (I can't take credit for it this time, as Impus Minor was the one who spotted the hurt kid, he came sprinting to the chaperone station, and absolutely naturally yelled, "Dad! There's a hurt kid! We need a chaperone! Come quick!". So it's hardly surprising I was first on scene.)

I was joking with the other chaperones that next year I'm sure to end up in Great America's waste management system for some reason or other.

NobodysHome, touring the bowels of Great America since 2015...


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Kajehase wrote:

Going to risk a flaming bicycle and list the teams that have qualified for the inaugural (4701 AR) Champions Cup of Avistan so far:

Absalom – Wise Quarter FC
Andoran – Claes Redoubtables
Belkzen – Trunau FC
Brevoy – Stoneclimb FC
Cheliax – AC Ostenso
Druma – Detmer Shipyards (winning the national final on penalties!)
Five Kings Mountains –
Galt –
Irrisen –
Isger –
Kyonin –
Lastwall –
Linnorm Lands –
Mammoth Realm –
Mendev –
Molthune –
Nidal –
Nirmathas –
Numeria –
Qadira –
River Kingdoms –
Taldor –
Ustalav –
Varisia –

Fritzy! Fire the chain bike shot at the mast! Move to board!


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About to get thunderstorms here in Pittsburgh. Opened windows in my part of the house (the upstairs) for airflow and cooling.


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John Napier 698 wrote:
About to get thunderstorms here in Pittsburgh. Opened windows in my part of the house (the upstairs) for airflow and cooling.

nice!


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Freehold DM wrote:
Kajehase wrote:

Going to risk a flaming bicycle and list the teams that have qualified for the inaugural (4701 AR) Champions Cup of Avistan so far:

Absalom – Wise Quarter FC
Andoran – Claes Redoubtables
Belkzen – Trunau FC
Brevoy – Stoneclimb FC
Cheliax – AC Ostenso
Druma – Detmer Shipyards (winning the national final on penalties!)
Five Kings Mountains –
Galt –
Irrisen –
Isger –
Kyonin –
Lastwall –
Linnorm Lands –
Mammoth Realm –
Mendev –
Molthune –
Nidal –
Nirmathas –
Numeria –
Qadira –
River Kingdoms –
Taldor –
Ustalav –
Varisia –

Fritzy! Fire the chain bike shot at the mast! Move to board!

So the Pope, Tom Brady, Donald Trump, and an Irishman went to see the Champions Cup of Avistan...


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NobodysHome wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Kajehase wrote:

Going to risk a flaming bicycle and list the teams that have qualified for the inaugural (4701 AR) Champions Cup of Avistan so far:

Absalom – Wise Quarter FC
Andoran – Claes Redoubtables
Belkzen – Trunau FC
Brevoy – Stoneclimb FC
Cheliax – AC Ostenso
Druma – Detmer Shipyards (winning the national final on penalties!)
Five Kings Mountains –
Galt –
Irrisen –
Isger –
Kyonin –
Lastwall –
Linnorm Lands –
Mammoth Realm –
Mendev –
Molthune –
Nidal –
Nirmathas –
Numeria –
Qadira –
River Kingdoms –
Taldor –
Ustalav –
Varisia –

Fritzy! Fire the chain bike shot at the mast! Move to board!
So the Pope, Tom Brady, Donald Trump, and an Irishman went to see the Champions Cup of Avistan...

Fritzy, break out the especially large, hot bikes!


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Freehold DM wrote:
NobodysHome wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
Kajehase wrote:

Going to risk a flaming bicycle and list the teams that have qualified for the inaugural (4701 AR) Champions Cup of Avistan so far:

Absalom – Wise Quarter FC
Andoran – Claes Redoubtables
Belkzen – Trunau FC
Brevoy – Stoneclimb FC
Cheliax – AC Ostenso
Druma – Detmer Shipyards (winning the national final on penalties!)
Five Kings Mountains –
Galt –
Irrisen –
Isger –
Kyonin –
Lastwall –
Linnorm Lands –
Mammoth Realm –
Mendev –
Molthune –
Nidal –
Nirmathas –
Numeria –
Qadira –
River Kingdoms –
Taldor –
Ustalav –
Varisia –

Fritzy! Fire the chain bike shot at the mast! Move to board!
So the Pope, Tom Brady, Donald Trump, and an Irishman went to see the Champions Cup of Avistan...
Fritzy, break out the especially large, hot bikes!

Good idea boss! If I blast the portal they can't come back!


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Fritzy, forget the bicycles. I've got three words: Single Reactor Ignition.


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So I made a post 80 minutes ago and TL hasn't favorited it yet.

Is everything OK, TL?


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It's Sunday. Which is apparently an important day for religious people.

Grand Lodge

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Sunday is game day here.


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So I made a post 80 minutes ago and TL hasn't favorited it yet.

Is everything OK, TL?

I've noticed he sometimes skips my posts. I suspect he disapproves of my shenanigans.


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He is either at church or asleep.


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He's a stay-at-home dad. My guess is, sleep. I know the feeling. Who knew that helping provide Security for a University graduation could be so exhausting. Friday night I got off work at 12 and got home at 1 AM. I had to be up at 4:30 to begin getting ready, so trying to sleep for three hours seemed to be a lost cause. I got back home at 3 PM, slept for 5 hours, ate dinner, and slept for another 8. Now, my sleep cycle is more-or-less back to normal. Well, at least I got overtime pay out of it. :)


Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
Rosita the Riveter wrote:
Limeylongears wrote:
In other news, Guinness Milk Stout myam myam myam.
Where do we find this in San Francisco?
I found it by accident in Tesco (which I think is Fresh 'N' Easy in the US... Or was...) . Try this, if you can get it to work...

Last time I was at a Tesco, I found a plastic two litre of cider for, like, 2 or 3 pounds.

Naturally, I refused to touch it.

Very wise. It was probably around 7.5% and would eat through the lining of your stomach in seconds. Wino fuel.


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NobodysHome wrote:

So I made a post 80 minutes ago and TL hasn't favorited it yet.

Is everything OK, TL?

Well...

Tacticslion wrote:
Tacticslion wrote:

I'm an adult! I can stay up as late as I want!

... so, naturally, I fell asleep in my Eldest's room while he jumped on me and I tried to read a book.

(So hard to be awake right now...)

Blarg. I fell asleep yesterday late afternoon/early evening. Slept through the evening and both boys' night-night. Woke up, went to bed, and slept through the night. Now, after all that good rest: I'm so ready to go back to sleep.

>:|

:|

X|

... zzZZzz...

... zzZZzz...

EDIT: zzzz

... and...

captain yesterday wrote:
It's Sunday. Which is apparently an important day for religious people.

... and...

Freehold DM wrote:
He is either at church or asleep.

... and...

John Napier 698 wrote:
He's a stay-at-home dad. My guess is, sleep.

:)

Today was: wake, go to church (while sleepy), go to other church (also while sleepy), go to eat (still sleepy), go to sleep, get boys playing outside* (while sleepy), do chores (while sleepy) and check the forums (still sleepy).

Oh! I played a bit of FFT, though!

It was on my iPad. Weirdly, I'm not a fan of the touch-screen controls as much as I should be - they're a little too finicky and unprecise for my tastes, though it's not nearly as awkward as I was remembering from my last time playing it.

Rosita the Riveter wrote:
I've noticed he sometimes skips my posts. I suspect he disapproves of my shenanigans.

Less shenanigans (in fact many of your adventures and trips and such are great; and I love your gaming posts - you've got some awesome world-building!), and more anything alcohol-related in general - unless it's rejecting the stuff, I tend skip all such posts by all people: not only does the smell tend to make me dizzy and nauseous, I've lost too many loved ones to that nonsense to ever have a positive emotional reaction to it (it's the same reason I'm not fond of Cayden Cailean - never had, and never will have a PC who worships him, even though I don't have anything against the rest of his portfolio, and he's one of the many promoted deities in my Kingmaker game). I recognize that such a staunch rejection of said things makes me an exceptional minority**.

¯\_(ツ)_/¯

(Similarly, I mostly - though not exclusively - avoid political topics around the forums. I'm conservative enough that most people would probably not like me very much, as I've found that, for the most part, a lot of assumptions about my personal attitudes, actions, life, nature, and so on tends to come with such a label. It seems that it's a strange thing to genuinely like and admire people you have a strong disagreement with on a topic? I dunno, but that seems to be a thing.)

That said, having a negative emotional reaction toward a topic/<substance that I've watched too many abuse to bad ends> is not the same thing as having a negative emotional reaction toward a given person, however! :D

(Also, as an aside, a lot of times I find that if I favorite a lot of things at once, I'll go faster than the boards can keep up - I've found several of your old posts - and others'! - that were skipped on accident because of that. I usually try to correct it, but I don't wait around too long - if the forum decides that it wants to take more than a minute or two, I'll navigate away from the page and, on FaWtL, that's sometimes the same as having it lost/forgotten forever.)

* Speaking of, I totally need to get those kids some juice boxes. It's pretty hot.
** My wife and I are that way, even in excess of most of our family (save, I think, my oldest sister and my parents). Weirdly, some of our extended family seem to think I'm being judgmental of them, personally, when I reject offerings of alcohol - a notion that has proven impossible to dispel. For the record, though, while I am always concerned with the well-being of any who choose to partake,
so long as one does so responsibly, I've no problem with said imbibing.


TriOmegaZero wrote:
Sunday is game day here.

Speaking of, I keep asking - are your adventures available while not being streamed? 'Cause I couldn't find it last time I looked, I keep losing the link to your Twitch place anyway, and I'd like to follow you, but they're often at a bad time for me... >.>

Grand Lodge

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Scooby Doo and the Carrion Crown has been on hiatus since Fred and Shaggy were eaten by the work monster. We hope to have them restored once they have free Sundays again. (We are not optimistic.)

Today is our non-AP home game.

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