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General Discussion 4 Life, thugz!
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K-Dawg wrote:
Keffria wrote:Who goes to Comic Pitching when they're *not* promoting their own comic?

And where's the "I lurk everywhere indiscriminately" option?
Stop lurking or else!! :evil:
I can still lurk in the Kid's Section at Walmart, right?
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mcDuffies wrote:
TOXIC AVENGER! wrote:
mcDuffies wrote: :lol: Did you read it throughly?
Obviously not.
Say, Toxic, is it hard sharing the name with Britney Spears song?
That's my theme song now. I play it on my ghetto blaster right before I enter a room.
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protectmyballs wrote:
K-Dawg wrote:
Keffria wrote:Who goes to Comic Pitching when they're *not* promoting their own comic?

And where's the "I lurk everywhere indiscriminately" option?
Stop lurking or else!! :evil:
I can still lurk in the Kid's Section at Walmart, right?
only if you build a giant fortress out of Lego

and pelt kids with tiny cannonballs as they walk by

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Post by Phact0rri »

I hadn't even noticed the diffrence. what?
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Whatever you do, don't go to Forum Games.

Buncha fecking weirdos over there, I swear.
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TOXIC AVENGER! wrote:
mcDuffies wrote: Say, Toxic, is it hard sharing the name with Britney Spears song?
That's my theme song now. I play it on my ghetto blaster right before I enter a room.
And you wonder why everyone leaves the room right before you come in?
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Pimpette wrote:
protectmyballs wrote:
K-Dawg wrote: Stop lurking or else!! :evil:
I can still lurk in the Kid's Section at Walmart, right?
only if you build a giant fortress out of Lego

and pelt kids with tiny cannonballs as they walk by
I prefer my fortesses built from couch cushions, thank you very much.
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K-Dawg wrote:Stop lurking or else!! :evil:
There! Are you happy?!
Pimpette wrote:
protectmyballs wrote:
K-Dawg wrote: Stop lurking or else!! :evil:
I can still lurk in the Kid's Section at Walmart, right?
only if you build a giant fortress out of Lego

and pelt kids with tiny cannonballs as they walk by
I always wanted to do that when I was little...!

Okay, maybe not the cannonball part, but I always asked for a big bucket of Lego for special occasions, hoping that one day, I would amass a big enough collection of bricks to make a fortress. Sadly, it never happened... :(

But I did make some neat forts out of tables, chairs, pillows, etc. You know, the best part is making them; I never really spent time in my fortresses - I just built them.

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I always spent the night in my fortress after building it. It was like camping in the living room. :)
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Keffria wrote:
K-Dawg wrote:Stop lurking or else!! :evil:
There! Are you happy?!
Yup! :D

Now my plan can begin to get people to post in your sexy forum!
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Blahsville! wrote:I always spent the night in my fortress after building it. It was like camping in the living room. :)
For a while, my sister and I had perpendicular bunk beds. It was great taking blankets and making tents out of 'em.

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I have no preference, I support both areas equally.
Keffria wrote:Who goes to Comic Pitching when they're *not* promoting their own comic?

And where's the "I lurk everywhere indiscriminately" option?
I go there to read and review other people's comics too...

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Post by McDuffies »

Keffria wrote:
K-Dawg wrote:Stop lurking or else!! :evil:
There! Are you happy?!
The key to succesfull posting is to stop thinking before you post.

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protectmyballs wrote:I prefer my fortesses built from couch cushions, thank you very much.
Keffria wrote:I always wanted to do that when I was little...!

Okay, maybe not the cannonball part, but I always asked for a big bucket of Lego for special occasions, hoping that one day, I would amass a big enough collection of bricks to make a fortress. Sadly, it never happened...

But I did make some neat forts out of tables, chairs, pillows, etc. You know, the best part is making them; I never really spent time in my fortresses - I just built them.
Blahsville! wrote:I always spent the night in my fortress after building it. It was like camping in the living room. :)
Wow... I had no idea so many other people did that.
Our forts took over the entire basement when we built them out of couches - one actually collapsed on top of us because the cat decided to try and walk on the blanket-roof.

My best fort ever, though, was when I was like seven and had a bunk bed without a bottom bunk. We'd shove stuff up against it (dollhouse, chairs, large Fisher Price kitchen thing. The stove was the door.

Best. Childhood. EVAR.

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Keffria wrote:Who goes to Comic Pitching when they're *not* promoting their own comic?
I do, sometimes. There's some good stuff there. Some of it.
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we used to make awesome fortresses when I was a kid.
not just regular fortresses.
HEATED fortresses.
yes, HEATED fortresses.
you don't know what a luxury this was in an Oswego county winter. it may have been sub-zero outside, but we had a chair-blanket-furnace grate-Shangri-la.
course my parents objected to us covering the furnace grated with heavy blankets and thereby wasting heat, but oh the memories...
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I had functional forts.

Growing up as the youngest of three boys, my natural instincts for survival were honed to a razor sharpness even at a young age. especially when one of our favorite games was "Build Giant Forts In The Basement Turn Off The Lights And Throw Anything Within Grasp At Each Other Including But Not Limited To Shoes, Legos, Action Figures And Video Cassettes".

Awesome name, huh.
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mcDuffies wrote: The key to succesfull posting is to stop thinking before you post.
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Well, me and my sister built fortresses out of furniture too. We grew up in a really big house, and there was always some room that nobody was using and always full of spare old furniture, well, a lot of building material.

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Post by Keffria »

K-Dawg wrote:
Keffria wrote:
K-Dawg wrote:Stop lurking or else!! :evil:
There! Are you happy?!
Yup! :D

Now my plan can begin to get people to post in your sexy forum!
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You know what I hate about GD? It takes so much time and effort to say anything there. I can fire off one-word responses here on Off-Topic Junk, or say something completely random in order to derail a thread, whereas in GD, I have to make a concentrated effort to contribute something meaningful to a discussion.

Or, at least, I feel like I have to.

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