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Posted: Sat Oct 14, 2006 12:40 pm
by Kerry Skydancer
And now we'll never know for sure. There's been a few times where we either guessed what was coming up, or gave him ideas... but which? 8-)

Posted: Sat Oct 14, 2006 7:00 pm
by Hallan
I waited five days in hopes that the pun in my head regarding this page would shut up and go away... it hasn't, so I guess you guys get it.

Does this mean that Ookami Lobo 'bogart'ed all the boggarts?

Hallan

Posted: Sun Oct 15, 2006 9:17 am
by DracoDei
In the spirit of these forums I encourage you NOT to resist next time... that was a quite reasonable one.

Posted: Sun Oct 15, 2006 3:16 pm
by Bruce Bergman
Kerry Skydancer wrote:And now we'll never know for sure. There's been a few times where we either guessed what was coming up, or gave him ideas... but which? 8-)
All depends on whether the stuff we came up with was better than what he had. "The world may never know..." - unless RH admits it.

Great comedy writing is usually a collaborative effort to some extent. You have to bounce it off others before you try it on the stage, on the screen, on the air - and it bombs. Sounded funny to YOU, but sometimes the audience disagrees.

--<< Bruce >>--

Posted: Sun Oct 15, 2006 7:28 pm
by BrockthePaine
Sometimes the best humour is not even intended to be funny. One time I was conned into giving a viola/violin concert with my sister, and she announced a bit of the music, and I would make a comment on it... Afterwards a bunch of people saying "I never knew you could be so funny!" and I'm like... huh? What did I say that was funny? I don't even remember what I said, but I must have been rather snarky...

Posted: Sun Oct 15, 2006 7:32 pm
by Capnregex
BrockthePaine wrote:I don't even remember what I said, but I must have been rather snarky...
That's what recording devices are for.

Posted: Tue Oct 17, 2006 7:20 pm
by Manta
DracoDei wrote:And the parts about the frat house and the pizza with funky mushrooms fit,
I may have been at that party...

Sharuuk! You remember that party at Cindys' place? Oh wait, of course you don't... you were there. :oops:

Posted: Tue Oct 17, 2006 7:25 pm
by Squeaky Bunny
Manta wrote:
DracoDei wrote:And the parts about the frat house and the pizza with funky mushrooms fit,
I may have been at that party...

Sharuuk! You remember that party at Cindys' place? Oh wait, of course you don't... you were there. :oops:
You mean that wasn't oregano sprinkled on the pizza?!?

Posted: Tue Oct 17, 2006 10:31 pm
by Sharuuk
It wasn't oregano on the pizza nor in the humidor......coupled with Lord knows how many varieties of booze, music, Dan doing his fire breathing gag etc......what I can remember :-? was a whole lotta fun. :D

And Cindy was a real good sport about it too seeing as how we pretty much invaded her apartment thus introducing her to a completely dereanged segment of "society" for which she was totally unprepared. :o

Şaaruuk

Posted: Wed Oct 18, 2006 4:35 am
by Squeaky Bunny
Sharuuk wrote:It wasn't oregano on the pizza nor in the humidor......coupled with Lord knows how many varieties of booze, music, Dan doing his fire breathing gag etc......what I can remember :-? was a whole lotta fun. :D

And Cindy was a real good sport about it too seeing as how we pretty much invaded her apartment thus introducing her to a completely dereanged segment of "society" for which she was totally unprepared. :o

Şaaruuk
And everyone sang "Wasn't That A Party"?

Posted: Wed Oct 18, 2006 7:18 pm
by Manta
Sharuuk wrote:And Cindy was a real good sport about it too seeing as how we pretty much invaded her apartment thus introducing her to a completely dereanged segment of "society" for which she was totally unprepared. :o

Şaaruuk
Yeah... poor girl moved to Wisconsin after that party. :twisted:

Posted: Wed Oct 18, 2006 10:31 pm
by Sharuuk
And to think the whole relationship began with a 'biker dude' coming into the store, plunking his bluejeaned, knee length booted, black leather jacketed butt down at the single most expensive keyboard in the place and playing it. And not just playing it....playing it well enough to draw a crowd that blocked the entire doorway to the mall.

You remember those days doncha? :wink:

Cindy was really a sweet lady....very pretty and damned talented on the piano.

Şaaruuk

Posted: Thu Oct 19, 2006 3:05 am
by Manta
That place should have paid you commission... they went out of bussiness after you left.