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Heh, heh, heh…

Might I recommend a MonkSanCo brand beverage-proof keyboard? MonkSanCo: Tough For Whatever Life Flings.


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Monkey Santa wrote:

Heh, heh, heh…

Might I recommend a MonkSanCo brand beverage-proof keyboard? MonkSanCo: Tough For Whatever Life Flings.

Beverage-proof? Isn't that cutting down your own future profits?

Unless it is a subscription model?

...

A devilish idea: Subscription for a service that replaces your keyboard every time you de-beverage on it. Other fluids covered at higher subscription tiers. Terms and conditions apply.


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Drejk wrote:
Monkey Santa wrote:

Heh, heh, heh…

Might I recommend a MonkSanCo brand beverage-proof keyboard? MonkSanCo: Tough For Whatever Life Flings.

Beverage-proof? Isn't that cutting down your own future profits?

Unless it is a subscription model?

...

A devilish idea: Subscription for a service that replaces your keyboard every time you de-beverage on it. Other fluids covered at higher subscription tiers. Terms and conditions apply.

He's onto us!

*fling*

MonkSanCo awaaaaay!


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Monksanto? That's why all that cloning equipment!


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It's only when MonkSaintCo hoves into view that we really need to get worried..


In fæcula fæculorum...


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Things my kids say:

"Wait, Helen Keller is real?!"
"...yes."
"Is Frankenstein real, too?"


Is it bad that I kinda want Frankenstein to be real?


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Vanykrye wrote:
Is it bad that I kinda want Frankenstein to be real?

It’s worse that I’d assume he ends up looking and sounding like Elon Musk. Sigh… dystopian futures seemed so much more fun when I was a kid…


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Scintillae wrote:

Things my kids say:

"Wait, Helen Keller is real?!"
"...yes."
"Is Frankenstein real, too?"

"You better hope so, otherwise who's going to keep the Wolfman out at night? Mwah mwah, go to bed now and sweet dreams."


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quibblemuch wrote:
Vanykrye wrote:
Is it bad that I kinda want Frankenstein to be real?
It’s worse that I’d assume he ends up looking and sounding like Elon Musk. Sigh… dystopian futures seemed so much more fun when I was a kid…

The irony is that Frankenstein would have caused less damage if he acted like Musk.

Frankenstein's biggest problem is that no one knew about his creature until he started murdering people. He didn't tell anyone at his school that he was robbing graves, torturing animals, etc., so no one could believe that such a creature existed.

Musk? The failson would livetweet the entire process.


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Fun Fact: My late father in law "met" Helen Keller. He was still a baby when she visited the church his aunts helped found and she laid her hand on his head and then said, "He must be a beautiful baby".


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DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Fun Fact: My late father in law "met" Helen Keller. He was still a baby when she visited the church his aunts helped found and she laid her hand on his head and then said, "He must be a beautiful baby".

That’s so cool!


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Och! Do you want balrogs? Because this is how you get balrogs!

EDIT: I never read comments sections, so I failed to note (until a friend pointed it out) that the top comment was exactly this joke. Dammit! Ninja'd!


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I have peaked as a teacher.

I made a simple infographic featuring a cartoon parrot beneath a speech bubble containing a woman smiling at a keyboard while standing beside a strategy board game.

This is incredibly stupid.:
Iago claims that Desdemona prefers Cassio to Othello.


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There's only one thing left for you to do...


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Fantasy Monster: Pipe-Rat

... Someone had to unclog toilet last week.

Sovereign Court

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Mikdrop Walkov wrote:
There's only one thing left for you to do...

Take a banjo and stuff it in a shoe?


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The when wrote:
Mikdrop Walkov wrote:
There's only one thing left for you to do...
Take a banjo and stuff it in a shoe?

What am I, Ned Beatty's chiropodist?


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The Worst Person Ever wrote:
The when wrote:
Mikdrop Walkov wrote:
There's only one thing left for you to do...
Take a banjo and stuff it in a shoe?
What am I, Ned Beatty's chiropodist?

That's it. I'm dead.


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Successfully killed someone using only forum aliases?

*BWOING*

Achievement Unlocked!


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The story of my life - reduced to a side quest.


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DungeonmasterCal wrote:
The story of my life - reduced to a side quest.

Don't look at me, I am just a background NPC.


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Drejk wrote:
DungeonmasterCal wrote:
The story of my life - reduced to a side quest.
Don't look at me, I am just a background NPC.

Hey, everybody's gotta start somewhere!


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*shoots Guy Who's Just a Plot Device*


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Avenge... me...


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"....so, as we see, the Creature has learned that his appearance is terrifying to those around him, and the more he hears from the cottagers about humanity, the more he realizes that he is truly alone. No friends, no family."
"He can go to an orphanage."
"I don't think they'd let him-"
"A blind orphanage."


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Scintillae wrote:

"....so, as we see, the Creature has learned that his appearance is terrifying to those around him, and the more he hears from the cottagers about humanity, the more he realizes that he is truly alone. No friends, no family."

"He can go to an orphanage."
"I don't think they'd let him-"
"A blind orphanage."

And now I want a movie where Frankenstein's monster and Helen Keller team up to fight... anything, literally anything. I don't care what, just that they fight. As a team.


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Probably should be a romzomcom.


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♫Ohhh rom zom com wom a lom a lom
whooaaa rom zom com wom a lom a lom♫


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Rom Jom wrote:

♫Ohhh rom zom com wom a lom a lom

whooaaa rom zom com wom a lom a lom♫

I freaking sang that.


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DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Rom Jom wrote:

♫Ohhh rom zom com wom a lom a lom

whooaaa rom zom com wom a lom a lom♫
I freaking sang that.

Couldn't help it. If you're born in a certain era, it was in the water supply and therefore got incorporated into your bones during your formative years. Archaeologists millennia from now will be able to pinpoint the age of our skeletal remains to within 5 years by simply humming the hook to that song and listening for the resonance.


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I really needed that laugh. Perfect timing, as usual!


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Fantasy Monster: Monastic Cat

A fairy cat that comes to live with monks in a monastery. Have fun trying to avoid paw-prints all over your holy texts now.


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Drejk wrote:

Fantasy Monster: Monastic Cat

A fairy cat that comes to live with monks in a monastery. Have fun trying to avoid paw-prints all over your holy texts now.

HA!

Love it.

"Alright, who knocked the pope off his throne for no apparent reason again?!"


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You need a reason to knock off pope?

-.^


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NO ONE EXPECTS THE QUIBBLE INQUISITION!


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quibblemuch wrote:
Scintillae wrote:

"....so, as we see, the Creature has learned that his appearance is terrifying to those around him, and the more he hears from the cottagers about humanity, the more he realizes that he is truly alone. No friends, no family."

"He can go to an orphanage."
"I don't think they'd let him-"
"A blind orphanage."
And now I want a movie where Frankenstein's monster and Helen Keller team up to fight... anything, literally anything. I don't care what, just that they fight. As a team.

MY BRAIN, 3:00 AM:

OOOO! We could call it “Out of Sight, Out of Mind!”


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BWAHAHAHAHAHA!!!


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quibblemuch wrote:
Drejk wrote:

Fantasy Monster: Monastic Cat

A fairy cat that comes to live with monks in a monastery. Have fun trying to avoid paw-prints all over your holy texts now.

HA!

Love it.

"Alright, who knocked the pope off his throne for no apparent reason again?!"

Holy cats!


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"Why is there a picture of Barbie on the bulletin board?"
"Shakespeare."


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Barbraaaaaaaiiiiinnnnsss...


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You'll starve to death here.


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Drejk wrote:
You'll starve to death here.

"We few, we happy brain-free few..."


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After decades of being the Perma-GM I'm getting to join the homebrew campaign created by one of the guys in my group. He and I have gamed together since 1987, with a few years here and there when we didn't live near each other.

Having been the GM for the games he and our friends played in for so long I'm kinda worried I might start behaving like I have Main Character Syndrome. I really hope I can curb the urge to hog the spotlight.


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I’m all about enablement and not good advice, so just go with it.


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DungeonmasterCal wrote:
Drejk wrote:
You'll starve to death here.

"We few, we happy brain-free few..."

*debrains*


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DungeonmasterCal wrote:

After decades of being the Perma-GM I'm getting to join the homebrew campaign created by one of the guys in my group. He and I have gamed together since 1987, with a few years here and there when we didn't live near each other.

Having been the GM for the games he and our friends played in for so long I'm kinda worried I might start behaving like I have Main Character Syndrome. I really hope I can curb the urge to hog the spotlight.

Woot! Glad to hear you're going to get some player time. I understand what you mean about having been GM for so long. For me, it's been hard resisting the urge to wreck the GM's carefully prepped s#$% time after time after time while yelling:

"HOW DO YOU LIKE IT?! AHAHAHAHA! REVENGE! YES I WANT TO STAB THE QUEST GIVER! YES I FORGOT EVERY IMPORTANT NPC NAME AND SO WILL BE CALLING THEM ALL SKIPPY OR ROQUEFORT! YES I SELL THE ONE RING AT THE FIRST TOWN WE COME TO IN EXCHANGE FOR BEER AND WHORES! HOW DO YOU LIKE IT????!!!! AHAHAHAHA!"

It's a burden.

:)


I am not much of an anime watcher (Except for "Avatar: The Last Airbender"). I've never watched more than a handful of episodes from anything else. But Wolf sent me a link today to an anime series called "Delicious in Dungeon". It's like someone smushed together a stack of manga and the core rulebooks of Pathfinder or D&D. I'm only on episode one, but so far, the quest has been to rescue the main character's sister from the stomach of a dragon while the playe...characters eat every monster they come across to save money on supplies.

I'm on Episode Two. It's weird, man. But it also seems like it would be a hoot to have a campaign where the sole purpose of the quest is to find the best tasting things in a dungeon.


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DungeonmasterCal wrote:

I am not much of an anime watcher (Except for "Avatar: The Last Airbender"). I've never watched more than a handful of episodes from anything else. But Wolf sent me a link today to an anime series called "Delicious in Dungeon". It's like someone smushed together a stack of manga and the core rulebooks of Pathfinder or D&D. I'm only on episode one, but so far, the quest has been to rescue the main character's sister from the stomach of a dragon while the playe...characters eat every monster they come across to save money on supplies.

I'm on Episode Two. It's weird, man. But it also seems like it would be a hoot to have a campaign where the sole purpose of the quest is to find the best tasting things in a dungeon.

I have been working on what monsters are edible and what aren't for my campaign setting for a few years now.

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