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Sara Marie wrote:

[REDACTED]: DOWNSTAIRS WENT WITH MY [REDACTED] FOR A [REDACTED] FOR [REDACTED]

[REDACTED]: I AM SO INCREDIBLY HAPPY

Oh man we can totally talk about this now. :D

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

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katina: POUTINE FIELD TRIP


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Cosmo wrote:
Also, I'm not "new".

Well, you'd seem to be new if everyone forgets about your existence when they aren't looking at you.

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redacted 1: Are you sure you mom *isn't* Baba Yaga?

redacted 2: ... No?

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Ross Byers wrote:
Chicken nuggets are made of dinosaurs!

Liposuction.. introduced 1982

Chicken McNuggets... introduced 1983

Coincidence? I think not. Yes, folks: Chicken McButtocks.


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I already told you guys
my Baba
is Baba Yaga

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

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redacted: Pathfinder Player Companion: Roombas of the Inner Sea

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Sara Marie wrote:
redacted: Pathfinder Player Companion: Roombas of the Inner Sea

It could feature dungeon-cleaning monsters like the otyugh and gelatinous cube!


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The real secret behind the wealth of the Technic League.

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robot chris: I would dive into tires on fire over a course of mud for a [Liz Courts] brownie.


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Sara Marie wrote:
robot chris: I would dive into tires on fire over a course of mud for a [Liz Courts] brownie.

Leaving one to wonder what exactly Liz puts in her brownies...

Grand Lodge

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Feros wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:
robot chris: I would dive into tires on fire over a course of mud for a [Liz Courts] brownie.
Leaving one to wonder what exactly Liz puts in her brownies...

She fills them with Awesome.

Ditto for her Awesome chip cookies.

Dark Archive Software Developer

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Cort: Can we smoke this?

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Feros wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:
robot chris: I would dive into tires on fire over a course of mud for a [Liz Courts] brownie.
Leaving one to wonder what exactly Liz puts in her brownies...

For reference.


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Christopher Anthony wrote:
Cort: Can we smoke this?

Sure, you need plenty of hickory wood, a smoker and about 10 hours. You're going to need to... oh... not that kind of smoking? Never mind then, carry on!

Development Manager

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Christopher Anthony wrote:
Cort: Can we smoke this?

Smoke *test* this, leave out one little verb.....


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Cort Odekirk wrote:
leave out one little verb.....

...and you have the makings of a great "overheard" post.


Steve Geddes wrote:
Cort Odekirk wrote:
leave out one little verb.....
...and you have the makings of a great "overheard" post.

Sometimes it doesn't even have to be a word, it could be a single syllable, or letter that you mishear that completely changes the meaning of what was said.

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

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Feros wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:
robot chris: I would dive into tires on fire over a course of mud for a [Liz Courts] brownie.
Leaving one to wonder what exactly Liz puts in her brownies...

Butter. And chocolate.


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Sara Marie wrote:
Feros wrote:
Sara Marie wrote:
robot chris: I would dive into tires on fire over a course of mud for a [Liz Courts] brownie.
Leaving one to wonder what exactly Liz puts in her brownies...
Butter. And chocolate.

Pro-tip, a Sara Marie brownie a day, keeps the Cosmo away.

Dark Archive

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no it doesn't, you just don't see the Cosmo until it is too late


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ulgulanoth wrote:
no it doesn't, you just don't see the Cosmo until it is too late

Think of it more as a suppressed Cosmo existence, but one with retroactive consequences. As long as you keep eating the brownies, you ward of Cosmo... but if you ever miss a day, then Cosmo gets to inflict chaos on your life again. Plus, he gets to include all of the chaos that would have affected you without the brownies.

So be sure to secure those supply lines, because the longer you go with the brownies, the worse the backlash is for you.


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That sounds like addict logic.


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Mythic JMD031 wrote:
That sounds like addict logic.

That's a good analogy. If you can keep the brownie high going, life is fine... but if you lose it, that Cosmo Crash is a particularly mean one.

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liz: you take a bag of fritos, cut it down the middle and pour chili and cheese over it

katina: uh, i need to take a fieldtrip.

katina: and then a nap

Shadow Lodge

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Frito pie! Our school served that as a lunch when I was growing up, occasionally.

Silver Crusade Assistant Software Developer

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Frito chili pie day was way better than pizza day in the cafeteria.

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redacted: I think I accidentally just played Hallway Bathroom Chicken

Shadow Lodge

Lissa Guillet wrote:
Frito chili pie day was way better than pizza day in the cafeteria.

Your school had cardboard pizza with plastic cheese too huh? =)

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Yes, all the southern's in the office collectively felt as if someone tickled our arteries when liz mentioned frito pie and katina asked what it was.

Silver Crusade Assistant Software Developer

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Orthos wrote:
Lissa Guillet wrote:
Frito chili pie day was way better than pizza day in the cafeteria.
Your school had cardboard pizza with plastic cheese too huh? =)

Yup. it was the "sausage" that did me in though. I peeled the top right off and ate the bread. I also feel bad for kids that didn't get steak fingers grown' up.

Shadow Lodge

I have all the stuff to make it at home, too...

... frito pie that is, not cardboard pizza.

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Lissa Guillet wrote:
Frito chili pie day was way better than pizza day in the cafeteria.

Hell yes it was.

Sara Marie wrote:
Yes, all the southern's in the office collectively felt as if someone tickled our arteries when liz mentioned frito pie and katina asked what it was.

Mmm...sodium.

Grand Lodge RPG Superstar 2012 Top 32

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...Am I the only one who would take the pizza over the frito pie?

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Jiggy wrote:
...Am I the only one who would take the pizza over the frito pie?

Your opinion is wrong and you should feel bad.

Spoiler:
j/k

Grand Lodge RPG Superstar 2012 Top 32

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Or we could just trade. Win-win!

*holds out frito pie*


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What would happen if you made it with Cheetos or, say, Space Invaders? Would you die?


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Limeylongears wrote:
What would happen if you made it with Cheetos or, say, Space Invaders? Would you die?

We need a Kickstarter to research all these permutations. {Stoo'Mak the Terrible rumbles in hunger}

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

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sharaya: what is the "appropriate" way to eat these?

liz: Stuff them in your face.


Jiggy wrote:
...Am I the only one who would take the pizza over the frito pie?

Nope, I'll join you in the pizza over pie...then again I've never had a pizza I didn't enjoy.

RPG Superstar 2008 Top 32

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And when you have leftover Fritos from making Frito pie, you can make Frito chilaquiles.

Webstore Gninja Minion

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Ross Byers wrote:
And when you have leftover Fritos from making Frito pie, you can make Frito chilaquiles.

...Leftover?


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havoc xiii wrote:
Jiggy wrote:
...Am I the only one who would take the pizza over the frito pie?
Nope, I'll join you in the pizza over pie...then again I've never had a pizza I didn't enjoy.

I think you and Jiggy are being overly generous in your estimation of what our school lunch system labels as "pizza" ...or as "food" and "edible."

RPG Superstar 2008 Top 32

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Liz Courts wrote:
Ross Byers wrote:
And when you have leftover Fritos from making Frito pie, you can make Frito chilaquiles.
...Leftover?

It happens sometimes if you do not come equipped with sufficient amounts of chili.

Webstore Gninja Minion

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[redacted]: Do you want to say hi to Chris? She's a robot.

Paizo Employee Customer Service Dire Care Bear Manager

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redacted: "Oh, I'm sorry. We seem to have lost your resume. Could you send another one? With maybe some brownies in it this time? "

helpful hint:

Do not actually send homemade food items unless you are Liz Courts.


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Can I send a platter full of brownies with a single Liz Courts brownie hidden on the platter? Then you get to play the game, "Guess Which One Doesn't Suck!" Sounds fun eh?

Shadow Lodge

Jiggy wrote:
...Am I the only one who would take the pizza over the frito pie?

I know I always enjoyed my rectangular cardboard pizza. Fold it in half, dip it in ketchup... Hmmm...

Scarab Sages

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Orthos wrote:
Lissa Guillet wrote:
Frito chili pie day was way better than pizza day in the cafeteria.
Your school had cardboard pizza with plastic cheese too huh? =)

When I was in Elementary School, I was convinced that I hated pizza because all I had ever had was what the school tried to pass off as pizza. Once I tried REAL pizza, I saw the light.


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Eric Clingenpeel wrote:
Jiggy wrote:
...Am I the only one who would take the pizza over the frito pie?
I know I always enjoyed my rectangular cardboard pizza. Fold it in half, dip it in ketchup... Hmmm...

This is what the school system in my Swedish hometown (which back the had a fairly large Italian community) referred to as "American Pizza" (back in the '90:s at least).

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