bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 08 2017 3:44am
by Rune
What if it applies to things other than currency and the economy?

Like maybe a six inch dick in 2017 is equivalent to a 5.11 inch dick is 2007?

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 08 2017 3:59am
by Omega Entity
I didn't know you into that particular fetish, Rune.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 08 2017 4:02am
by Rune
Come on, name something I'm not into.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 08 2017 4:03am
by Assassins
That's how mine works.

#growernotashower

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 08 2017 4:14am
by ZethaPonderer
Rune wrote:Come on, name something I'm not into.


Fart Fetish? Vomit Fetish? Poop Fetish? :drunk:

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 08 2017 4:36am
by Rune
There is one and only fetish I don't go for.

The foot fetish.

It's not that I have anything against feet, but that is the lamest, most bullshit, milquetoast, can't get an erection fetish there is.

And to be perfectly clear, yes, I am putting foot fetish below the cuckold fetish. However, I will say I don't care much for the cuckold fetish, a major reason being that it is normally accompanied by some racist bullshit (e.g. I want to see some big black dick savage guy ravage my white wife).

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 08 2017 4:51am
by ZethaPonderer
Rune wrote:There is one and only fetish I don't go for.

The foot fetish.

It's not that I have anything against feet, but that is the lamest, most bullshit, milquetoast, can't get an erection fetish there is.

And to be perfectly clear, yes, I am putting foot fetish below the cuckold fetish. However, I will say I don't care much for the cuckold fetish, a major reason being that it is normally accompanied by some racist bullshit (i.e. I want to some big black dick savage guy ravage my white wife).


Soo, you'd be totally okay getting an erection out of all the fetishes I mentioned? Only mentioned them just because who knows, you might not be into it as much as some people I unfortunately know since they are by far the most disgusting ones IMO :shifty: Foot Fetish is nothing compared to Hair Fetish. Better not have your hair flowing out in the wind, cause somebody might jack off to that :lol: Still Foot and Hair Fetishes are the least offensive fetishes. I just can't stomach any fetish that has to do with anuses and anything that has holes in it. Makes me sick, but I know it's not for everyone so I'll just say not my cup of tea (literally) :drunk:

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 08 2017 4:54am
by Rune
Yes, I have literally jacked off to such pornography.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 08 2017 5:08am
by ZethaPonderer
Ok then glad we had this talk, I'm just gonna go observe myself in a mirror, question my sanity, and cry in the corner realizing humanity has sunk this low. I thought it was already bad after the 2 Girls 1 Cup, but nope I was too naive. It's kind of a miracle if you ask me that we're still alive with all the bulls*** going on with our lives. Anyway, Bye.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 08 2017 5:10am
by Assassins
Vore seems pretty big right now

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 08 2017 5:10am
by Earl
ZethaPonderer wrote:Makes me sick, but I know it's not for everyone so I'll just say not my cup of tea (literally) :drunk:

Let the record show that ZethaPonderer is into tea. Like, creepily.

Just for the sake of curiosity, what does it for you?

The smell, the taste? The color? The visual of the steam? The cups? The silver? The sound the spoon makes as you stir? The sound of tea being drunk? The sound of sugar falling from the spoon into the liquid? The wet oval the spoon leaves on a napkin?
...
The way it feels to stir scalding water with your... wait, no, now I'm thinking of Rune's fetishes again.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 08 2017 5:15am
by Rune
ZethaPonderer wrote:Ok then glad we had this talk, I'm just gonna go observe myself in a mirror, question my sanity, and cry in the corner realizing humanity has sunk this low. I thought it was already bad after the 2 Girls 1 Cup, but nope I was too naive. It's kind of a miracle if you ask me that we're still alive with all the bulls*** going on with our lives. Anyway, Bye.


I'm just gonna say my masturbatory and f*cking habits don't even compare to the classical evils of capitalism/communism/socialism/dominion over other men bullshit of the the last 5 thousand years.

Also, I will add that we are still only mimicking that sexual exploits (depravities if you prefer) of past generations. Past generations just didn't have them so readily viewable. Read anything about the romans and greeks if you don't believe me. Humanity has been this low since the start.


Earl, would you care to read my tea leaves?

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 08 2017 1:29pm
by MXC
So much for inflation.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 08 2017 4:12pm
by ZethaPonderer
Rune wrote:
ZethaPonderer wrote:Ok then glad we had this talk, I'm just gonna go observe myself in a mirror, question my sanity, and cry in the corner realizing humanity has sunk this low. I thought it was already bad after the 2 Girls 1 Cup, but nope I was too naive. It's kind of a miracle if you ask me that we're still alive with all the bulls*** going on with our lives. Anyway, Bye.


I'm just gonna say my masturbatory and f*cking habits don't even compare to the classical evils of capitalism/communism/socialism/dominion over other men bullshit of the the last 5 thousand years.

Also, I will add that we are still only mimicking that sexual exploits (depravities if you prefer) of past generations. Past generations just didn't have them so readily viewable. Read anything about the romans and greeks if you don't believe me. Humanity has been this low since the start.


Ok I've regained control of my sanity and just wish to say my piece for what an insightful discussion this truly was to me. :) First of all Rune, you made your point about your first statement since I don't have a reasonable retort for that. I may have exaggerated this whole discussion about fetishes in such a prude manner in my reply there, but I must say I really hate it when my curiosity gets the better of me XD. I guess living here in USA is really changing my perception of how I must feel ashamed when seeing anything that resembles nakedness :lol:

But, your second statement is where I do have a reasonable retort though I must admit this is purely speculation. I beg to differ that if the Romans, Greeks, Athens, and Spartans were far more mightier than any other civilizations of the time, then surely they would've known and written cases of the human psyche's weakness towards nudity. They would've wore a tunic or a cloth that resembles as if they are not showing any signs of physical weaknesses. And we all know a man's balls and a woman's cooch are serious weaknesses that can be easily exploited (literally XD) especially in times of warfare for selfish reasons, for gaining an upperhand (not that kind of upperhand although I will admit that would be an interesting yet very dirty and cheap tactic) and... obvious reasons :shifty: .

And finally, why I bolded out that particular statement in your second paragraph is where I would like to quote Nostalgia Critic (a famous Internet Critic) who reviewed this movie The Odd Life of Timothy Green where he states in the end of his review, "So your argument is you f**ked up, your glad you f**ked up, and you will continue to f**k up in new and spectacular ways.... NOOOOOO!!! NOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!! YOU MAKE MISTAKES SO YOU CAN LEARN FROM THEM. NOT SO YOU CAN MAKE MORE MISTAKES. ARE YOU F**KING HIGH???!?!??!" This quote pretty much sums up what our ancestors went through and what Humanity continues to go through with their never-ending struggle to figure out how to do the right thing. And one thing I'll never forget that Stordarth taught me. Ask questions. Don't believe in anything at face value and don't just accept it the way it is.

Critically think, seek knowledge, ponder through that knowledge and ask questions. ASK QUESTIONS!!!! And I just wish to say thank you Rune and Stordarth. I've learned a valuable lesson that'll be very hard for me to forget. Granted you might not care, but I beg to differ. :)

Earl wrote:
ZethaPonderer wrote:Makes me sick, but I know it's not for everyone so I'll just say not my cup of tea (literally) :drunk:

Let the record show that ZethaPonderer is into tea. Like, creepily.

Just for the sake of curiosity, what does it for you?

The smell, the taste? The color? The visual of the steam? The cups? The silver? The sound the spoon makes as you stir? The sound of tea being drunk? The sound of sugar falling from the spoon into the liquid? The wet oval the spoon leaves on a napkin?
...
The way it feels to stir scalding water with your... wait, no, now I'm thinking of Rune's fetishes again.


Well that's a funny way of putting it Earl. :lol: Truth be told I don't even like tea, but I just love the way you put it though I may not get a boner out of it if that's what you were hoping for XD.

I might try out some green tea. I've heard it's good for not giving people kidney stones and has caffeine. Goodbye Coffee, hello Green Tea.

Edit: Removed the '?' out of some of my statements since it seems I'm asking a rhetorical question instead of giving an answer? See what I did there even in my edits? :lol:

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 08 2017 5:30pm
by Rune
MXC wrote:So much for inflation.


We're easily aroused. I mean distracted.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 08 2017 7:49pm
by Earl
Rune wrote:Earl, would you care to read my tea leaves?

If you're all classy, and drink tea with leaves to read rather than the usual "dust in a paper sack" setup. And also don't mind if I'm illiterate.


Also, never ending struggle to figure out how to do the right thing? Are you thinking of some other humanity? With science, there's progress... you learn more, fill in gaps, things get better over time as more knowledge is acquired. Humanity is more like evolution - it gets refined toward whatever's working at the time. Birds gain flight and lose it, cave fish have degenerate eyes, and so on. It's not a straight line with an end goal.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 08 2017 8:41pm
by ZethaPonderer
Earl wrote:Also, never ending struggle to figure out how to do the right thing? Are you thinking of some other humanity? With science, there's progress... you learn more, fill in gaps, things get better over time as more knowledge is acquired. Humanity is more like evolution - it gets refined toward whatever's working at the time. Birds gain flight and lose it, cave fish have degenerate eyes, and so on. It's not a straight line with an end goal.


It's just that philosophy and mathematics are my gateway for progress for how I've been taught over the years. I've written a post where a polytheist named Abu Shakir debated with a 7th century Islamic scholar and alleged 'sixth Imam' Jafar Sadiq (AS) in my existential crisis post from MD. If you want to know my way of thinking truly is for humanity then the answer lies in that post.

Also, you're making a fascinating point there about science, however there is a serious debate going around between Creationists and Evolutionists and I'm having mixed feelings overall about the scientific community in general. Maybe someday I'll understand about the chaos that is going on within the field. I know what they're doing is right at first glance, but I don't know what they are trying to accomplish with all this progress in the long run? Did we invented better ways to grow our food instantly without any side effects and health consequences? I would love to see that since it could potentially solve world hunger and could potentially stop some people from making offensive jokes about people in Africa starving all day. But, so far I haven't encountered such 'good' progress within the scientific community and if there is please let me know since it's a little chaotic and I have no idea where to start. Which is why I value the farmer over the scientist. A Scientist is important for Humanity's need to progress, but most people forget that the Farmer is also truly important (to me at least) for Humanity's need to survive. However, Philosophy is truly the brains behind how the Farmers and Scientists methods are not only shown, but known.

Besides, I tried going for a Health Science major to become an Optometrist, but realized that I don't have the financial means to become one. I've realized I wasn't cut out to be a Scientist due to my awful performance, wasted 2 years of my time in my community college and have to spend another 2 years in my private university for switching into a Math major (minoring in finance and computer science) to get my bearings straight.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 09 2017 12:21am
by Rune
Boom, just caught a totodile with good stats.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 09 2017 2:27am
by ZethaPonderer
Rune wrote:Boom, just caught a totodile with good stats.


Sweet. Did you catch a MewTwo or my favorite Pokemon Mew there Rune? Do those Pokemon even appear in Pokemon Go?

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 09 2017 2:32am
by Rune
Nope.

Although they have released generation 1 and 2, none of the legendary pokemon are out yet. It is still unclear how that will happen. Will they just be rare spawns like everything else, catchable through quests, or maybe just something you get for showing up at comic/video game conventions.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 09 2017 3:02am
by Earl
They'll f*ck it up somehow, I'm sure.

They keep talking about a gym overhaul, trading, more player interactivity... meanwhile they can't figure out how to not apply damage to mons who dodge otherwise fatal attacks... and in the latest update they somehow re f*ck the battery saver option.

When they can't figure out if I'm holding the phone right side up or upside down, it doesn't inspire confidence that they can get more complicated shit right.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 09 2017 3:31am
by Rune
Yeah, I am still confused about how they haven't fixed battery saver mode. While I've worked out the tricks to fix it, I don't care for battery saver mode enabling itself when I am holding my phone upright.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 09 2017 9:41pm
by Chaos Wizard
I didn't get to respond to the illuminati thing so I'll just do it here,

The reason I don't think there is a global governing body/secret society government is because the best way to get complacency, productivity and to keep people from questioning the existence and therefore threatening that governing body's ability to remain secret and continue ruling from afar is for people to be happy.

If you're happy you don't ask questions, because you are content. You don't want things to change, because you're great where you are at, and more than likely you will be more willing to defend what you have without question; even denying contradictions you might see to preserve the dream you have been provided and again, productivity would be stellar and thereby more lucrative in the long run.

The world as it is, is the exact opposite of a complacent world, or a productive world.
We cling to archaic short term solutions to long term problems. Short term profitability verses the possibility of immortalization and wealth beyond the foreseeable future with the growth and advancement of human civilization as a whole.

There is no illuminati. There are just a bunch of selfish, soulless animals hording whatever they can like the one spoiled ass fat kid in the neighborhood who didn't like to share, and everyone hated, except his mommy that we all knew growing up.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 09 2017 10:00pm
by Rune
On the plus side, kids don't play outside with their neighbors anymore. So the next generation won't remember that spoiled fat f*ck.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 10 2017 1:00am
by Assassins
That fat f*ck became president

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 10 2017 3:00am
by Rune
I walked right into that one.

Call me a pussy, because I just got grabbed.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 10 2017 3:16am
by Omega Entity
Dickin' McNuggets.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 10 2017 11:23am
by Chaos Wizard
I've had the distinct pleasure of Assassins ninja like precision of slipping Trump burns right through the ribs like a fine tuned instrument of death.

One the other day had me laughing audibly on Slack.

He knows which one. ;)

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 10 2017 1:05pm
by MXC
I hate painting but I hate grouting even more.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 10 2017 2:25pm
by Assassins
I have to live up to my name

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 10 2017 5:56pm
by Swalchy
Ass-ass-ins? :p

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 10 2017 6:35pm
by Assassins
Butt butt f*ck

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 10 2017 6:44pm
by Cyric
You tell 'em, Steve-Dave!

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 10 2017 11:49pm
by ZethaPonderer
Assassins wrote:Butt butt f**k


C'mon Assassins be more creative. How about Double Ass Penetrating Sodomizers? What? It'll be one hell of a gay porno as the Assassins get to kill people by infecting them with their STD/HIV infected dicks as they penetrate their targets' deep within their tight clenched a**holes. This will cause the target to die a slow, nightmarish, agonizingly painful death.

You'll never see Assassin's Creed the same way again *insert maniacal laughter*. My definition of Assassin is clearly better than what google defines (a murderer of an important person in a surprise attack for political or religious reasons). How boring can Google get and how does this search engine know so much? It can't know everything.

And I'm off my meds again aren't I? Excuse me for a second. Sorry about this Assassins no disrespect. No homo. Just absolutely hate how it sounds and I would do everything in my power to make fun of this etymology in the most perverted way possible for being such a disgraceful etymology in comparison to Hashashin and Shinobi. ;)

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 11 2017 1:26am
by Omega Entity
Just want to point out that psychotropic drugs usually take a number of days to weeks to build up in the system, at which point missing a dose won't really make a difference in behavior.

Also, you seem to have some serious sexual repression going on there, Zetha.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 11 2017 1:49am
by ZethaPonderer
Omega Entity wrote:Just want to point out that psychotropic drugs usually take a number of days to weeks to build up in the system, at which point missing a dose won't really make a difference in behavior.

Also, you seem to have some serious sexual repression going on there, Zetha.


To me, if I don't take my meds at the appropriate time then I do lose some of my ability to cope with my anxiety and depression. Hate having the fact that I've developed a mental instability. I really must've hit my head harder than I thought as a baby though it was accidental. I thought I was normal, nothing's wrong with me. I can handle everything all by myself. I don't need no friends ever since I got bullied. I don't need anybody since I couldn't even begin to trust anyone anymore. I don't need no one's help since I believed I can take care of myself. Until I hit puberty and my life was never the same again. My life is a lie. I miss my naive, dumb@$$, innocent self when I was a child. Also, your words that I bold out pretty much sums up my life. :( Am I just making my life harder without even realizing it? Do I just not understand? I don't even know anymore, but one thing I do try is to make sure I get my sanity under control.

Some people treat their life like Hell, others treat their life like Paradise, I treat my life as a sanity test.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 11 2017 5:01am
by Chaos Wizard
Flat out I think the reason so many people have so many problems these days is that they acknowledge their issues to the point in which it becomes an excuse.
It used to be you couldn't dwell on an issue because you couldn't afford to, and the world was too callous to take those frailties into consideration.

Now it's the polar opposite. We acknowledge each others frailties and we give too much emphasis on them.
It's an obstacle to overcome, not a roadblock or debilitation.

Be yourself, acknowledge your problems, and then crush them underfoot. No compromises.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 11 2017 1:23pm
by MXC
Some people don't have the mental fortitude for it anymore. I'm old school on my thinking too and agree with you, Phill. I have an anecdote about people and their limitations though:

Two of my sister-in-laws have quite a few food sensitivities that cause them to be in quite a bit of pain if they don't monitor their food properly. None of it is life-threatening but too much of the bad stuff will basically force them to their couches for a day or more. Anyway, we have quite a few celebrations with her family for various reasons. Sister 1 has spent the past few years (since learning her limitations) creating a few go-to recipes for dessert that she can eat but that others also enjoy. She's overcome her limitations and enjoys sharing her new recipes. Sister 2 is a bit different. Keep in mind that she is 30 and that a few years ago, she about had a breakdown because nobody made her a birthday cake that she can eat. Instead of going the sister 1 route, she just constantly whines that nobody thinks about her limitations. The real kicker is that she's married to a guy with a few similar limitations but he didn't bother to make a cake or anything (granted it was his birthday too but for fucks sake, you're both 30.)

My wife and sister 2 also get together with their mom on Mondays for a few months out of the year and my poor mother-in-law constantly has to find recipes that sister 2 can eat. My MIL is awesome and puts up with this all the time. The last time she cut my hair (because she's awesome), I told her that sister 2 needs to step up her game and give my MIL recipes instead of being an insufferable little bitch. [/rant]

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 11 2017 7:15pm
by ZethaPonderer
Chaos Wizard wrote:Flat out I think the reason so many people have so many problems these days is that they acknowledge their issues to the point in which it becomes an excuse.
It used to be you couldn't dwell on an issue because you couldn't afford to, and the world was too callous to take those frailties into consideration.

Now it's the polar opposite. We acknowledge each others frailties and we give too much emphasis on them.
It's an obstacle to overcome, not a roadblock or debilitation.

Be yourself, acknowledge your problems, and then crush them underfoot. No compromises.


Amen/Amin CW. Amen/Amin. Problem with not just me, but society in general is that they make compromises with their own weaknesses and failures which unfortunately shows lack of discipline and courage. You must've been well-disciplined or just made of stern n stuff to keep moving throughout this complex world we call reality. I have yet to know myself completely, but someday I will as long as I learn how to be perseverent, patient, and opportunistic despite me not having these qualities.

*Sigh* I'll keep swimming from that island don't worry CW despite me lacking foresight to see that island. At least I'm not foolish enough to take my own life. Why should I? It's irrational and just throwing in the towel. I may ponder and be curious for all I care, but pondering through such things like suicide... no, that is beneath me and stooping very low. I'll never forgive myself if I do something like that as well as everybody else. Thanks CW for keeping my sanity in check. I'll be careful when typing in SF Central, get lots of therapy, and looking at myself in the mirror without any hesitation on my part.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Wed Apr 12 2017 11:45am
by Chaos Wizard
Nah man, I hid behind drugs, violence and ill temperament, sex, and after that flat out self loathing, and adultery. I didn't break that grip of depression until I was in my mid to late 20's.

Life is all about learning. In any of the Abrahamic religions the world is a refraction of that ultimate, perfect light from which all things are derived. A refraction because imperfection can only exist in an empty place only filled with a mild presence of God.
Man is to learn from the err of his ways, and it is those imperfections that make us mortal.
The decision that was made by man to be flawed in deviating from His divine path.

We exist here because we are imperfect, but we strive to grow, and better ourselves, to overcome those things that make us weak and strive to be a better version of ourselves, no matter that it is not possible to be perfect, to master our weaknesses definitively but only that we try.

When you look at yourself in the mirror, not only should you look yourself in the eyes and better understand the man that you are. You need to look at yourself and see the man one step closer to where and who you want to be.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu Apr 13 2017 4:16am
by Earl
And when you're done looking in the mirror pining after all the men you see there - both real and imagined - remember the wisdom of Morty: "Nobody exists on purpose, nobody belongs anywhere, everybody's gonna die. Come watch TV."

...

Just breaking your balls, CW.
But seriously, Westworld was amazing. Although that's not TV. It's HBO.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu Apr 13 2017 4:30am
by Omega Entity
I'm blue. Abadi abadai.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu Apr 13 2017 8:52am
by Chaos Wizard
A/S/L/DTF?

:jk:

In other news: Rick and Morty is in fact, the shit,

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu Apr 13 2017 4:08pm
by ZethaPonderer
Alright I'm going to see my therapist today and just wish to say my piece since the subject has been changed.

Meh. Not so much into cartoons these days. After seeing Adventure Time and MLP:FIM, I personally believe cartoons nowadays are tripping on acid these days. I can't stand the technicolor look of these cartoons. Problem Solverz is the biggest offender. That's not a cartoon, but a major headache to watch.

Also, watched Beauty and the Beast live action remake. Emma Watson has really come far. Last time I remembered she was just a geeky child who played Hermione from the Harry Potter films.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu Apr 13 2017 7:55pm
by Chaos Wizard
I'm a little apprehensive to watch any of these Disney remakes. I'm sure I'll see it eventually but there are somethings that should be left alone, and Disney classics to me are one of those things. *nods*

I saw parts of the Jungle Book Remake, or most of it. I really didn't appreciate what they did to King Louie.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu Apr 13 2017 9:44pm
by ZethaPonderer
Understandable there CW. I was so indifferent from watching the live action remake of Jungle Book, and I was expecting the same for Beauty and the Beast remake. However, I give it a chance and really enjoyed it just as much as the Disney animated version. The changes you might not like would be that the song 'No one does like Gaston' is nowhere near as good as the Disney animated version. Plus, idk maybe its just me, but live action Gaston is a little scrawny.

However, I enjoyed the Beast's design (looks very similar to the Disney animated version except he's a little scrawny just like Gaston) and the designs of the inanimated objects especially Lumier. It seems like a faithful adaptation, plus they made the side characters very interesting and compelling IMO, especially Lefou. Emma Watson is a solid choice as Belle. Never imagined she'd become that beautiful so I enjoyed this live action one. :)

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu Apr 13 2017 9:48pm
by Omega Entity
Chaos Wizard wrote:I saw parts of the Jungle Book Remake, or most of it. I really didn't appreciate what they did to King Louie.

Whoever was the sound engineer for that movie royally sucked. It's especially evident in Kaa's segment - every time he (or is it 'she' in this one, since I believe it was Scarlett Johansson who voiced it) spoke/sang, the background music got super quiet, then came back up. Every. Damn. Time. Almost gave me a headache listening to it.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Fri Apr 14 2017 1:51am
by Earl
You know what gave me a headache?

Life of Pi.
When he found teeth in the fruit, my brain said "f*ck THIS. f*ck YOU FOR MAKING ME WATCH THIS. YOU DESERVE PAIN, YOU STUPID f*ck."

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Fri Apr 14 2017 9:21am
by Chaos Wizard
That movie lost me when the ship went down.

At first I was like "This is great, it's a young man on a spiritual journey to find himself." and then the ship goes down and I go "Oh hey, this is kind of... No this is really stupid.. He would have died like 50 times by now and in dozens of different ways and totally wouldn't be able to see that shit...." and then there was the rest of the movie where I was going "Yeah, I'm never going to watch this ever again so long as I live." and "How could they drop the ball that hard?"

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Fri Apr 14 2017 12:00pm
by Swalchy
Never seen Life of Pi. Never seen live-action Jungle Book. Have no interest in seeing live-action B&TB.

Give me the new Spider-Man film and Thor: Ragnarok!

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Fri Apr 14 2017 4:02pm
by Rohan
Last weekend, I saw the new Ghost in the Shell. As someone who has seen the original movies and parts of the series, I enjoyed the live-action in the context of an alternative retelling. It's made me want to watch everything all over again! Maybe read the manga. Also, we need more cyberpunk in general.

The upcoming movie I'm most looking forward to right now is Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets. Since I love The Fifth Element, I have high hopes for it.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Fri Apr 14 2017 4:37pm
by MXC
Definitely agree on needing more cyberpunk.

Steampunk too.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Fri Apr 14 2017 7:56pm
by Chaos Wizard
Can we all just take a minute to appreciate Scarlett Johansson?

Image

Yeah...

That being said, there needs to be shit tons more Cyberpunk, and Steampunk, and truth be told if I could afford to I'd probably have entire wardrobes of both. As it stands the watch I wear when I dress up is Steampunk. Hidden in plain sight. (Like my Cthulhu ring I wear as a wedding band.)

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 15 2017 12:49am
by Stordarth
I'm looking forward to the Cyberpunk 20XX game that CDProjeckt Red are doing. I love The Witcher games, so I've high hopes for the scope of the Cyberpunk RPG.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 15 2017 1:11am
by Assassins
The dude was lying about the entire trip though (life of Pi). Which makes it worse

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 15 2017 1:18am
by Rune
I'll be honest. While I like cyberpunk, I think steampunk is lame tits.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 15 2017 1:59am
by Earl
Hey, Rune?
Remember when you were like "Genders and shinies are nice, but it makes a complete dex a bitch?"

I noticed the other day, it doesn't give you credit for everything you have... I guess there's some date cutoff? Kind of annoying. I just so happen to have hatched a male and female Lapras, but the female was months ago so that circle is still greyed. I have a Venusaur, but both circles are greyed. Aerodactyl, Grimer, same story as Lapras. f*cking Niantic.

I wonder if powering something up would make the game "see" it, but I'll have to scan through shit and find something to try that with that isn't rare as f*ck.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 15 2017 2:51am
by Rune
I noticed that too, and it's definitely high up there on the total bullshit scale.

I did a quick check for your proposed fix. And no. I powered up a beedrill for one candy, and I still have neither gender marked in the pokedex.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 15 2017 4:18am
by MXC
Steampunk is all about the aesthetics. I've only played a few games with it that I've liked.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 15 2017 4:33am
by Rune
I like to think of steampunk as the ejaculation that's really just a penis fart.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 15 2017 4:57am
by ZethaPonderer
Rune wrote:I like to think of steampunk as the ejaculation that's really just a penis fart.


And I thought I had a weird sense of imagination.

Anyway, does anyone have a rock as a pet? Cause I found this floating online through Google images.

Image

Apparently this pet rock "Charlie" costs $25,000. Seriously? I know I don't have friends IRL, but I wouldn't be THAT desperate. I'd just talk to myself since I hear voices in my head all the time telling me to control myself. Perhaps that's my conscience knocking some sense into me.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 15 2017 5:18am
by Rune
The pet rock is a 70's thing. But at least those had googly eyes. Using a sharpie is just lazy.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 15 2017 5:37am
by Assassins
The inventor of the pet rock is stupid rich, while everyone who bought one was just stupid

<insert joke about religious leaders here>

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 15 2017 5:53am
by Rune
The current pope might not have raped any little boys.

I would say that counts as a religious joke. And if he did rape any boys, why that's always funny.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 15 2017 5:57am
by ZethaPonderer
Of all the things I would ponder in my head it had to come to this. In fact, it might be more important than the meaning of life. O.o

Are pet rocks considered animals? If so, does having sex with it counts as beastiality? If not, then what is the term for people who have sex with rocks?

At least my mind isn't pondering through negative things for once. Just silly dumb s**t like this.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 15 2017 6:04am
by Earl
Well, if you wanted to get your rocks off, surely a real doll would be a better place to throw 25k.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 15 2017 6:08am
by Rune
Earl wrote:Well, if you wanted to get your rocks off, surely a real doll would be a better place to throw 25k.



Shit, you could get 4 real dolls for that. Also I just checked and they're doing a 20% off special until tax day.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 16 2017 3:03pm
by Earl
Rune wrote:
Earl wrote:Well, if you wanted to get your rocks off, surely a real doll would be a better place to throw 25k.

Shit, you could get 4 real dolls for that. Also I just checked and they're doing a 20% off special until tax day.

God, it's like you're losing money if you don't get a plastic f*ck doll!
...
Or whatever it is they're made of.

And tax day is just two more days away, right?
Thanks for sharing this incredible opportunity, Rune! Allowing time for shipping, your high quality sex mannequin should arrive before weddiiiiiing season, so you won't have to look like a sad lonely loser at your [insert relative]'s special day!

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 16 2017 5:24pm
by Omega Entity
Image
Image
Image

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 16 2017 5:30pm
by ZethaPonderer
And I thought people who owned pet rocks led strange lives. This... this seems sad to me for some weird reason. Must be the severe loneliness vibe I'm getting out of these pictures. Just hoping those guys still have their wives from all this :(

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 16 2017 11:55pm
by Chaos Wizard
The old dude is in a Walmart with a sex doll with a kid that looks like he is biologically derived from his gene pool.

Then in the group loser picture there is actually a woman with at least one of them, and funny enough that person, being the only person there with a vagina, as in a real vagina, is standing furthest away from the guys there like she's the loser. Furthermore, there is a man to doll ratio deficiency there.

The guy at the bottom.... Okay sometimes suicide is the answer.
And to his parents... What have you done? :drunk:

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 17 2017 3:07am
by Omega Entity
Don't forget, picture number 1 is also at Walmart, if the color scheme is anything to go by.

As for that last one...I think that guy might have Moebius Syndrome, going by the shape of the mouth. Now I feel bad.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 17 2017 6:01am
by Dandy
I don't understand the doll thing myself. I guess some people just have trouble finding a mate. Or maybe they have one and it's a strange fetish. I rather them do this than out raping or committing suicide from depression or being lonely. If it helps the cope with the world and doesn't hurt anyone else in a negative way, go for it.....as odd as it might be....

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 17 2017 6:16am
by Chaos Wizard
I think there might be a little more than a cranial nerve disorder there, and that still doesn't excuse that outfit, haircut or the sex doll. Hate on.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 17 2017 6:50pm
by ZethaPonderer
Chaos Wizard wrote:I think there might be a little more than a cranial nerve disorder there, and that still doesn't excuse that outfit, haircut or the sex doll. Hate on.


Meh... that's a little too extreme for my taste. Though I must admit, something about that last picture seems off to me. It's like the guy is being blackmailed IMO to post his sex doll picture. Did he lost a bet or was compelled in some way to post that picture on the internet?

I realize I'm overthinking too much out of that last picture :lol:

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 18 2017 7:35am
by Chaos Wizard
Maybe he's trying to share his sweet lady with those happening bunch of guys above him?

In any case, I really wish Games Workshop wasn't ending the Warhammer storyline, and filling the Black Library with new and updated canon. It was way cooler when it was just elaborations upon the setting.

Not that I don't seeing Imperial Saints and Great Battles and the Horus Heresy, it's just that I liked it more when I could let my imagination fill in the blanks.

Never the less, Venerate The Immortal Emperor.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 18 2017 12:11pm
by Cyric
The man who has nothing can still have Faith. Faith without deeds is worthless. A small mind is easily filled with Faith.

Blessed is the mind too small for doubt.

----------------

This past weekend, I found a "previously-owned" copy of Twilight Princess (Wii) with the manuals for less than $10. Still trying to decide if that was a deal or not....

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 18 2017 8:38pm
by ZethaPonderer
Cyric wrote:The man who has nothing can still have Faith. Faith without deeds is worthless. A small mind is easily filled with Faith.

Blessed is the mind too small for doubt.

----------------

This past weekend, I found a "previously-owned" copy of Twilight Princess (Wii) with the manuals for less than $10. Still trying to decide if that was a deal or not....


What if a person has deeds they accomplished yet they're faithless? O_o

As for your deal with the game it depends. Is your copy still functional like a brand new copy or is it all scratched up which would imply it will be nowhere near as functional?

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 18 2017 9:45pm
by Chaos Wizard
Ah faith, I know it well.

Image

Emperor be Praised.

And I'd say you got a good deal there Cyric.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 18 2017 10:19pm
by Omega Entity
The controls are pretty shit on Wii, though. The Gamecube version (which is now stupid expensive) is better in that regard. Or if you have Wii U, you can find it for that console for a much more agreeable price than the GC one.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Wed Apr 19 2017 2:10am
by Rune
I'm one of the people that liked the wii controls, although I know it is a standard complaint.

In particular, I thought it was the first 3d zelda with good (but not great) controls for aiming and I had no trouble with the shield bash. I think trouble with the shield bash is a very common issue. Some people have trouble with the exact sword slash they want (horizontal/vertical), but I found that to be largely irrelevant.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Wed Apr 19 2017 9:52am
by Chaos Wizard
I have the Wii version myself, and a nifty t-shirt that is getting a little old and faded... :(

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Wed Apr 19 2017 12:55pm
by MXC
I tried playing two different Zelda games and never could get into them.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu Apr 20 2017 1:05am
by Rune
Well fox news just fired o'reilly. How about that?

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu Apr 20 2017 5:59am
by Assassins
Couldn't have happened to a nicer guy

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu Apr 20 2017 12:04pm
by Cyric
Inside Edition was never the same...

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu Apr 20 2017 8:12pm
by MXC
At least we have Doc McStuffins to take all the ouchies away.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu Apr 20 2017 9:50pm
by ZethaPonderer
zzzzzzzzZZZZZZZZZ :sleep:

:shock: O'Reilly got Fired? O'RLY? :eyebrow:

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Fri Apr 21 2017 12:27am
by Corsair
Rune wrote:Well fox news just fired o'reilly. How about that?


Well, I guess he can fall back on his dream of teaching ballet in the newly branded "Spin Zone" school of dance.

Re: Zelda
Link's awakening, i think will always be my favorite. The brisk pacing, relatively compact map with very little filler. I go through it once every few years - just long enough to forget where everything precisely is. I take my time; 15-16 hours or so over the course of a few weeks.

Kinda wish it were a tad more difficult but it's a breezy and satisfying experience.

2nd in line is Zelda II for totally different reasons.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Fri Apr 21 2017 1:09am
by Assassins
Link's awakening was my first Zelda game. You know about the bomb arrow trick or stealing from the shop?

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Fri Apr 21 2017 9:43am
by Chaos Wizard
Ocarina of Time is my favorite, and is one of my all time favorite games ever of any genre. Loved me some Link to the Past though.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Fri Apr 21 2017 6:21pm
by ZethaPonderer
One thing I don't understand when debating anything Zelda related is people debating about it being an RPG (Role-Playing Game NOT a Rocket-Propelled Grenade)

I personally see it as an Adventure-Puzzle series tbh.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Fri Apr 21 2017 8:37pm
by Chaos Wizard
I can seem some ambiguity, but to me personally I think that an RPG requires you to level up.

A third person hack n' slash where you accumulate items to do different things to me is more of an action game, otherwise franchises like God of War are ultimately also included by that definition as being RPG. (Love God of War BTW)

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Fri Apr 21 2017 10:15pm
by Omega Entity
I'm with Phill on this one. It'd be action-RPG at best in my mind, but the criteria people use to determine if something is an RPG or not nowadays means that CoD could technically be considered one.

In other news, just got back from urgent care with a pinched nerve. Hopefully the valium and tramadol means I'll be able to sleep tonight.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 22 2017 12:12pm
by Stordarth
That sucks. Hope you feel better soon.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 22 2017 12:24pm
by Chaos Wizard
God damn. That does not sound fun at all.

I've got about two weeks left before my move back to Albuquerque, and aside from the obvious being happy about being reunited with my wife and kids indefinitely after 6 months of living alone just making money, I am also looking forward to jamming music, starting a new game of Shining in the Darkness, and checking out Endless Sky.

The latter is apparently basically a clone of Escape Velocity with some expansions. More aliens/races/governments kind of thing. I've been a fan of Escape Velocity for... Holy Shit.. 20 years... :shock: !!!!!

In any case, Ambrosia Software doesn't seem to do anything anymore, or at least nothing that could give me another installment of Escape Velocity. Nova was in conjunction with another company, and I didn't quite like as much, but was still cool.

If it turns out to not be as cool, I'll just start up a game of OG EV. Because that shit never gets old.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 23 2017 1:10am
by Rune
I'm fine with people counting Zelda as an RPG, I do. In particular, blah, blah, blah, Zelda 2 had a level system, blah, blah, blah, there is an inherent difference in style from CoD.

But also I think it's not worth discussing. We used to argue about secret of mana and secret of evermore being RPGs. According the the box art, they are not RPGs, they are action/adventure:
Image
Image

But really, who the hell cares? Call them whatever you want.


Unrelated, but I just saw a picture of this and had to suppress my gag reflex:
Image
That is just f*cking disgusting.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 23 2017 3:39am
by Earl
You still have a gag reflex?

Asking for a friend.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 23 2017 4:11am
by Rune
A cucumber is one thing, a box of fireball is another.


But seriously, every time I look at that box, I have to take a couple minutes of slow breaths so I don't puke.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 23 2017 5:01am
by ZethaPonderer
If I must address my opinion on why I don't think Zelda qualifies as an RPG is that it is designed to make your character Link be 'progressively' strong by gathering powerups and items in the game similar to Metroid, but not 'repetitively' strong as in most RPGs.

I can kill the same enemy over and over in every Zelda game (except Zelda 2) and will never get strong in the most repetitive fashion. When I think of RPGs I think of games that play like traditional DnD, or DnD inspired e.g. JRPGs for the most part. Oh I forgot to mention this, most games that are classified as RPGs generally are math-intensive for those who hate Math.

Zelda is too unique to be classified as an RPG alongside Metroid. I just personally think Adventure would be a better description since these games are mostly about getting invested into the adventure we're going to have with these characters, but even I understand classifying both these series in that category is still too vague.

Enemies in most Zelda games are a nuisance just to get in your way. I don't need to kill them when I can just avoid most of them and be as pacifistic as possible. That might be an interesting run, Play like a Pacifist except for the bosses + No Death, I might try that someday while playing Minish Cap.

This was not the case when it comes to RPGs back in the early 80s to late 90s where most of them at least were DnD inspired. I guess times have changed where the term RPG has become a vague terminology just as much as calling any game an Adventure or a Puzzle game.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 23 2017 5:11am
by Rune
Blah, blah, blah... the argument could be made that... blah, blah, blah.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 23 2017 5:54am
by ZethaPonderer
Rune wrote:Blah, blah, blah... the argument could be made that... blah, blah, blah.


Pretty much. :lol: Sums up the majority of BMD in general. :)

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 23 2017 10:41am
by Chaos Wizard
Can't smell Vodka without getting nauseous.

Fireball, not so much.

I take it you swallowed too many Angry Balls Rune?

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 23 2017 5:40pm
by Rune
Nah, it's something about it being an entire box of cheap nasty whiskey .

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 23 2017 7:58pm
by MXC
Can't do Jag. Everything else is fine

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 23 2017 11:20pm
by Rune
Jager is a weird one. That's the one liquor I have always been able to do shots of without any issue. From the beginning of my drinking days to now, I could easily do three shots in a row without feeling the least bit sick. And these days, I do shots of nothing. On occasion I hang out with younger people and get corned into doing a shot, and so I choice of jager, and the youngins think well of it.

But you, and many others, can't stand the stuff.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 23 2017 11:31pm
by MXC
7 shots of it at the ripe age of 15 turned me off from the stuff. Was showing off for my then-girlfriend's brother. Bad idea.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 23 2017 11:52pm
by Rune
Did you at least get to third base with him?

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 24 2017 2:21am
by MXC
Halfway at least

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 24 2017 2:33am
by Omega Entity
Isn't Jager the licorice-smelling stuff? I can't stand licorice.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 24 2017 4:04am
by Earl
Speaking of candy, can I get you guys to weigh in in something?

Jolly Ranchers come in cherry, grape, blue raspberry, green apple, and watermelon.

Does anyone prefer cherry and/or grape over the others?

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 24 2017 4:07am
by Rune
As a general rule, watermelon flavor is at the bottom, followed by green apple.

So by default, cherry and grape are in the top three.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 24 2017 4:29am
by Omega Entity
Watermelon is the equivalent of Rune's ball cheese.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 24 2017 4:36am
by Assassins
Obviously no one here has any sense of taste of they rate watermelon at anything below #1.

Philistines

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 24 2017 4:43am
by Chaos Wizard
You either love Watermelon Jolly Ranchers or you hate Freedom.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 24 2017 5:24am
by ZethaPonderer
I hate cherry when it's artificial flavor. Hate it even more when it's both natural and artificial since the two have such distinct flavors they clash in your tongue IMO. One minute it tastes like a wine-grape but juicier (natural), the other is a bitter tasting tablet you'd chew on your Medicine cabinet (artificial). That's how distinct cherry flavor is to me so I developed a gag reflex everytime I see any candy that has cherry as its flavor. :drunk: I'd be fine with it if it was 100% natural.

Give me the Watermelon candy anyday. At least I'm fine with it (both natural and artificial). :thumbsup:

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 24 2017 6:26am
by Assassins
Phill knows what it's about

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 24 2017 12:57pm
by MXC
Cherry, Green Apple, Blue Raspberry, Watermelon, Grape. I'll trade anyone any grape anything for something else. School was awesome because nobody liked lemon Skittles.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon Apr 24 2017 11:41pm
by Rune
I'm glad to hear so many of you enjoy my ball cheese.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 25 2017 12:58am
by Chaos Wizard
I read a scifi novel recently where these aliens fed humans a neurotransmitting drug from a specific breeds excretement as a kind of mind controlling porridge.

I guess it could be worse.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 25 2017 1:47am
by Corsair
Definitely in the "f*ck watermelon flavor" camp.

I was filled with a burning, righteous anger when Skittles switched from Lime to Apple. That kind of shit is unforgivable.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 25 2017 3:06am
by Earl
My order preference would be:
Green apple, watermelon, blue raspberry, ... and the other two.

I was curious because out of a bag of them, I got...
Grape: 19
Cherry: 18
Blue Raspberry: 13
Watermelon: 12
...
Green Apple: 5

It's a f*cking conspiracy.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 25 2017 5:13am
by Daria
Earl wrote:My order preference would be:
Green apple, watermelon, blue raspberry, ... and the other two.

I was curious because out of a bag of them, I got...
Grape: 19
Cherry: 18
Blue Raspberry: 13
Watermelon: 12
...
Green Apple: 5

It's a f*cking conspiracy.


Earl and I share the same taste in Jolly Ranchers apparently. As a kid whenever we'd go on a car trip I'd get a bag of them for the car and eat around the cherry and grape ones. Then by the trip home I'd get stuck eating the "nasty" flavors.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 25 2017 6:24am
by Assassins
I actually like all jolly ranchers flavors

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 25 2017 7:14am
by Omega Entity
There used to be a lady at the local farmers' market who made homemade jolly rancher-like candy. Loved me some cinnamon ones. She made all kinds of awesome flavors. Except for watermelon, because ew.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 25 2017 9:51am
by Chaos Wizard
I love me some Green Apple.

Anything Blue I for some reason absolutely love, be it Otter Pops to whatever the f*ck.
I'm pretty sure it's because my mom used to refuse to let me have anything that was blue because of the dye, and artificial content.

Of course you know what that means. (And no that was not a question.) As soon as I had any money or was autonomous in picking my candy I would get my hands on the Blue anything.

In fact my preworkout.... Blue Raz.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 25 2017 12:42pm
by MXC
Cherry is my favorite overall. It was pretty sweet when my previous coworker would buy anything with mixed contents and pick out anything red because he didn't like it.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 25 2017 5:27pm
by Corsair
Partial to citrus flavors in general.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 25 2017 9:16pm
by Chaos Wizard
That's what she said!! AMIRITE!!!!???

As far as cherry flavors are concerned... Hit or miss. Like Zetha said there are a lot of them that taste like cough medicine or are just shitty cheap flavors, but when cherry is done right it can be bomb diggity.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 25 2017 9:20pm
by MXC
Shrug. I like cough medicine.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 25 2017 9:44pm
by Chaos Wizard
I like coffee... *Looks lovingly at his coffee mug*

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue Apr 25 2017 10:03pm
by Kaihaku
Never thought this day would come... Arby's is making Dragon Quest references on their Facebook page.

https://www.facebook.com/arbys/photos/r ... =3&theater

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Wed Apr 26 2017 4:16am
by ZethaPonderer
MXC wrote:Shrug. I like cough medicine.


Strangely enough the cough medicine tastes more cherry like than most of the cherry flavored candies. I even tasted an actual cherry which really tastes like wine grape to me but juicier. So it boggles my mind as to what other preservatives do they add that makes the cherry flavored candy taste bad? :confused: You could say I have bad luck when it comes to eating any candy that is cherry.

Also, best post you made there Kaihaku. :thumbsup: Made my day :)

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Wed Apr 26 2017 6:21am
by Assassins
That isn't the first one though

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 29 2017 5:25am
by Rune
I was watching a stupid cartoon and noticed something stupid:
Image

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 29 2017 5:36am
by Omega Entity
Huh. Who knew RPMs were an indication of speed?

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 29 2017 5:39am
by Rune
Cheap and low pay animators, that's who.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 29 2017 6:03am
by Earl
34 RPM is an impressive speed on an empty tank, too.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 29 2017 8:08pm
by Daria
Shit I was flipping through the thread, how did I miss the creepy sex doll discussion?

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat Apr 29 2017 9:52pm
by Chaos Wizard
Damn I was going to bring it back and I turned my safe search off. Needless to say I couldn't post any of it here.

And I didn't know hotdog insertion anal gapping bukkake pig parties were a thing. #themoreyouknow #knowingishalfthebattle

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 30 2017 12:34am
by Earl
Daria wrote:Shit I was flipping through the thread, how did I miss the creepy sex doll discussion?

What, see something you like?

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 30 2017 1:50am
by Omega Entity
Speaking of creepy sex dolls (again), why is it they can make such realistic female sex dolls, yet the guy ones look utterly ridiculous?

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 30 2017 3:06am
by Assassins
Demand

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 30 2017 4:00am
by Omega Entity
Wouldn't it stand to reason, though, that maybe demand would be higher if they didn't all look like Thunderbirds rejects?

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 30 2017 4:37am
by Rune
Meat Michael:
Image

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 30 2017 4:49am
by Assassins
Finally got to use that bookmark, rune

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 30 2017 5:56am
by Rune
My research requires careful and thorough bookkeeping.

Am I the only one thinking this one has waaaayy to many freckles?
WARNING: SPOILER!

(I figured I'd help those of you browsing at work)


Also, it's an extra 350 for elf ears. I'm not convinced it's worth the price.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 30 2017 11:10am
by ZethaPonderer
Okayyyy, this chat is going in quite a perverted direction. :eyebrow: I'm just going to be on my merry way and pretend y'all are just trying to get your urges out. Don't get too carried away, you'll get a nosebleed and orgasm so hard it'll kill you instantly. Not sure if that's how anyone wants to die.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun Apr 30 2017 11:26pm
by Chaos Wizard
Did someone say nosebleeds and orgasms!? Count me in!!!

The first thing I thought of when I saw that dude doll was Team America World Police. Anybody?

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon May 01 2017 1:38am
by ZethaPonderer
Chaos Wizard wrote:Did someone say nosebleeds and orgasms!? Count me in!!!

The first thing I thought of when I saw that dude doll was Team America World Police. Anybody?


Like I said. Don't get carried away the urge can kill.

Anyway, that description of the doll you just gave out CW is so scarily accurate that I'm this surprised Chucky from Child's Play managed to splatter his doll seeds all over this show. Glad I ain't watching any show that has to do with dolls. *shudder*

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon May 01 2017 1:56am
by Earl
Omega Entity wrote:Speaking of creepy sex dolls (again), why is it they can make such realistic female sex dolls, yet the guy ones look utterly ridiculous?

Caution: Stereotypes...

1) As Rune said, demand. Chicks and gay dudes have easier access to actual dick than straight guys do to actual vagina.

2) Purpose. A dude with a doll wants not just sexual release, but also the illusion of companionship. Women separate these motives, so are satisfied by a vibrator and a cat.

3) Practical mechanics. Chick dolls look convincingly like chicks because the people designing them are dudes who are into chicks.

Whether those stereotypes bear any resemblance to reality... *shrug*

Also yes, Team America was my first thought.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon May 01 2017 2:00am
by Omega Entity
I think Team America was styled after Thunderbirds, so I feel the style is kinda one in the same.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon May 01 2017 3:32am
by Rune
I've been drunk for several days. I suspect things are being attributed to me that I didn't say, but I'm still drunk so I don't feel like checking.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon May 01 2017 3:57am
by ZethaPonderer
Rune wrote:I've been drunk for several days. I suspect things are being attributed to me that I didn't say, but I'm still drunk so I don't feel like checking.


We're not talking about you... yet. Plus, if you're drunk then how did you type this so well? Usually people who are drunk type their comments like so as I've noticed so far on the internet.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon May 01 2017 4:52am
by Chaos Wizard
I don't think I could ever be so lonely as to buy a fake chick... Masturbation does get old though, but still. You can't choke a doll and get any real satisfaction out of it.

And I just totally ended up thinking of three different songs while writing one sentence. Probably means I wasn't done playing the guitar when I sat it down.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon May 01 2017 6:03am
by Assassins
I'm the one who said demand. Rune you aren't drunk enough yet

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon May 01 2017 7:06am
by Chaos Wizard
Drink some Bulliet

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon May 01 2017 7:56am
by ZethaPonderer
Ok we went from talking about getting urges with sex dolls to getting drunk. I don't like where this thread is going so I'm just going to be away for a week till it talks about dumb s**t that doesn't depress the f**k outta me. Like owning pet rocks and finding out if having sex with them counts as bestiality.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon May 01 2017 9:28am
by Chaos Wizard
Well not bestiality but certainly some kind of obscure 'philia I'm sure'.

In any case you are reading seriousness into a topic that is just random, somewhat inappropriate nonsense.
You should have seen this place 10-15 years ago.

Where were we? Ah! Team American, f*ck Yeah.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon May 01 2017 2:24pm
by Assassins
What's he saying?
Looks like "kiss me, kiss me"
Smartass terrorist

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon May 01 2017 3:38pm
by Cyric
Rune wrote:Meat Michael:
Image


Rob Lowe needs to cut back on the plastic surgery....

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon May 01 2017 5:35pm
by Omega Entity
Chaos Wizard wrote:Well not bestiality but certainly some kind of obscure 'philia I'm sure'.


Lapidophilia? It's not a real term, but it could be.

EDIT: Also, here's a thing:

http://www.furnitureporn.com/

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon May 01 2017 10:13pm
by Daria
Earl wrote:2) Purpose. A dude with a doll wants not just sexual release, but also the illusion of companionship. Women separate these motives, so are satisfied by a vibrator and a cat.


Note to self. Keep Earl away from the cats.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon May 01 2017 10:14pm
by Daria
Chaos Wizard wrote:but still. You can't choke a doll and get any real satisfaction out of it.


Nevermind. This quote is creepier then the cat thing.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon May 01 2017 11:21pm
by Earl
Daria wrote:
Earl wrote:2) Purpose. A dude with a doll wants not just sexual release, but also the illusion of companionship. Women separate these motives, so are satisfied by a vibrator and a cat.

Note to self. Keep Earl away from the cats.

Ha, yeah. I am become death.

The basement dweller cat died Superbowl weekend. But he was old and fat, so there's some inevitability to that.

A few weeks later, this grey tabby stray starts coming around. She seems cool, calm, not worried about the dogs, and unlike the other strays she would come indoors. For a few minutes at first, then eventually overnight and she'd go out with the dogs in the morning. It was cool, she could come and go as she wanted.

So she got hit by a car ):

BAM! Sad backstory out of nowhere. You didn't know, so don't feel bad.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue May 02 2017 2:13am
by Omega Entity
That is precisely why our cats are indoor-only. Our one cat got hit by a car about a month after my dad died, back in 1998. We got two kittens, born the same day he (my dad) died. The male we had to have put down in 2011, the female is still kicking - she'll be 19 come July 24.

We now have 4 others in addition to her. Bert (the Manx asshole) and Devon were adopted from a local rescue in 2012, and Mama came to us a couple years back as a pregnant stray. Let her have her kittens, got them all fixed and their first shots, and found them homes except for Mama and Tom (one of the kittens).

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue May 02 2017 4:47am
by Assassins
One of my mom's cats escaped and a neighbor let a dog loose on purpose. The cat was killed and my mom was devastated. She even plotted killing the dog in revenge

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue May 02 2017 5:11am
by Daria
Assassins wrote:One of my mom's cats escaped and a neighbor let a dog loose on purpose. The cat was killed and my mom was devastated. She even plotted killing the dog in revenge


Your mom's a nice lady, I'd have plotted to kill the neighbor.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue May 02 2017 6:07am
by Chaos Wizard
Scratch that, I would have hopped the fence, killed the dog and beat that guy's ass.

It'd be the last day he didn't require tubes to help him eat and shit.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue May 02 2017 2:08pm
by Daria
Chaos Wizard wrote:Scratch that, I would have hopped the fence, killed the dog and beat that guy's ass.

It'd be the last day he didn't require tubes to help him eat and shit.


Well that's settled. If someone kills my cat I'm inviting Phil over to "handle" the situation.

even if he does like to choke out real dolls.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue May 02 2017 7:12pm
by Omega Entity
Assassins wrote:One of my mom's cats escaped and a neighbor let a dog loose on purpose. The cat was killed and my mom was devastated. She even plotted killing the dog in revenge


Antifreeze would be an easy way. It tastes good to them. But I'd probably poison the neighbor before the dog. It's not the dog's fault that the neighbor is a fuckwad.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Wed May 03 2017 4:59pm
by ZethaPonderer
I know I said I won't be back for a week, but this is incredibly enlightening to me personally, that I just wish to share this experience with you all so who knows; you might teach your kid or 2 a lesson about this OR don't repeat the mistake that I made.

You know something about the term "Mathematics" or just "Math" that a child from kindergarten to highschool has learned after all these years? What a slap in the face I've truly received during my college because after all these years the "Math" that I've learned is not the true depiction of what REAL Math is all about.

There's a strong difference between Mathematics and Arithmetics. What kids are truly learning after all there years of childhood is purely Arithmetics which revolves around manipulation of numbers that is a small branch in the Mathematics field instead of Mathematics which revolves around proving theorems, and applying those theorems into real life (aka proofs). In other words Arithmetics is focusing on the little details while Mathematics is using those little details to make up the big picture.

I feel cheated. I feel like instead of getting laid with a hot chick, I got laid by a monkey. A dude monkey. I'm good at the "What" aspect behind Mathematics which is what Arithmetics is all about while Actual Mathematics is focusing on the "Why" aspect which I suck horribly. I repeat HORRIBLY. So if anyone wishes to go for a Math Major like ever in their life, please re-think your life immediately cause the Math you'll learn is not the same as the Math you've learned from the past. I know... it's like I'm being some kind of conspiracy theorist when it comes to the education system, but man I had no idea. What is happening to my life anymore?

I'm flabbergasted, how could the education system be this flawed? Why not just call it Arithmetics for children e.g. Arithmetic Algebra? Children are building a flawed perception of what Mathematics is truly about. My love for Mathematics is a lie. My life is a lie. I'm a walking piece of contradiction. At least my heart was in the right place from a technical standpoint since the voice in my head kept repeating "Your love for Mathematics is misguided." If only I had the foresight to understood what that truly meant. However, at least I tried, at least I tried.

Please don't repeat the same mistake as me. I wish I was joking throughout this rant, but unfortunately I'm being serious.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Wed May 03 2017 5:03pm
by MXC
All I got from that tldr was that you're into gay monkey sex.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Wed May 03 2017 5:58pm
by ZethaPonderer
MXC wrote:All I got from that tldr was that you're into gay monkey sex.


LOL. I was using that as figure of speech, but sexually frustrated would be a much better description from all that tldr I just typed MXC.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Wed May 03 2017 6:32pm
by Omega Entity
To be fair, I think 'math' is used interchangeably with 'arithmetic' at younger ages, if only because it's easier to pronounce and a hell of a lot less of a mouthful, and people are lazy. I've heard it referred by both names in elementary school.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Wed May 03 2017 9:40pm
by Chaos Wizard
Daria wrote:
Chaos Wizard wrote:Scratch that, I would have hopped the fence, killed the dog and beat that guy's ass.

It'd be the last day he didn't require tubes to help him eat and shit.


Well that's settled. If someone kills my cat I'm inviting Phil over to "handle" the situation.

even if he does like to choke out real dolls.


Don't judge me. :biggrin:

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu May 04 2017 1:43am
by Rune
MXC wrote:All I got from that tldr was that you're into gay monkey sex.


The TLDR version is that in elementary school (and even a bunch of college) mathematics is primarily taught as just calculations. But that's not mathematics (so sayeth the only mathematician here), mathematics is largely proof and logic based with no calculations in sight.

In particular, I am even saying calculus doesn't count as mathematics, unless you actually know the limit definition of the derivative. Otherwise, it's just calculations.


As for why it's done that way in elementary school. The calculations are easier to teach and easier for the students to do. Furthermore, when things get more abstract, the students and parents start claiming it's not useful and has no applications. Some teachers even claiming that as well.

However, the parents forget something. Students that are good at calculations aren't important to even the most applied uses of mathematics in society. We have computers for that. What we need are students that known why the procedures for the calculations work, how to come up with new procedures, and how to tell a computer to do them.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu May 04 2017 5:41am
by Earl
Rune wrote:...how to tell a computer to do them.

:lol: <3

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu May 04 2017 5:14pm
by ZethaPonderer
And this just brings my piss to a boil Rune.

Kids are building a flawed perception of Mathematics. At least I know the truth.

Also, this education system needs to be seriously revised. Call it Arithmetics not Mathematics. Sure Arithmetics is a part of Mathematics, but that's just it. It's a 'part' of it. At least the scientific field has divided there science courses for all the kiddies to learn into parts e.g. Biology, Chemistry, Physics etc. Why not do the same thing for Mathematics?

Your reply there Omega Entity just sums up everything about my tldr and why it needs to be changed. If I'm ever going to have kids (and that is a big IF) someday and they aspire themselves to be Mathematicians then I'll make sure to slap some sense into them so they don't repeat the same mistake I did.

Well there's only 1 way I can still show my love for Mathematics. Set myself free and change my major. I'll be back, but nows not the time.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu May 04 2017 6:21pm
by Omega Entity
There's one big issue with your opinion though, Zetha. It's easier to learn the calculations first and the whys later than it is to learn the theory behind it and the calculations later, as Rune said. What you seem to be pissed about sounds to be entirely semantics, which imo is a pretty minor thing in the grand scheme of things.

Having worked as a substitute teacher's aide, I can tell you right now that kids have a hard enough time with basic arithmetic and math without making their heads explode with theory. Minds at that age aren't capable of basic logic in most things, let alone tossing in theory that a fair number of -adults- can't grasp, let alone your average 12-year-old. Starting them off with arithmetic (MATH!) is infinitely better and the right way to go, since even if they don't understand the logic behind it they'll still be able to use some of those formulas in day-to-day life.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu May 04 2017 8:16pm
by Rune
The US once tried teaching the abstract stuff early on. That was the disaster people refer to as new math.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu May 04 2017 9:10pm
by MXC
Now we're back to Math Classic.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu May 04 2017 9:18pm
by Rune
Nah, now we do less math than ever before. But to be fair, we do less everything.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Thu May 04 2017 11:23pm
by ZethaPonderer
Omega Entity wrote:There's one big issue with your opinion though, Zetha. It's easier to learn the calculations first and the whys later than it is to learn the theory behind it and the calculations later, as Rune said. What you seem to be pissed about sounds to be entirely semantics, which imo is a pretty minor thing in the grand scheme of things.

Having worked as a substitute teacher's aide, I can tell you right now that kids have a hard enough time with basic arithmetic and math without making their heads explode with theory. Minds at that age aren't capable of basic logic in most things, let alone tossing in theory that a fair number of -adults- can't grasp, let alone your average 12-year-old. Starting them off with arithmetic (MATH!) is infinitely better and the right way to go, since even if they don't understand the logic behind it they'll still be able to use some of those formulas in day-to-day life.


First off Omega I never made the argument that understanding the theoretical procedures which is the real-deal foundation of Mathematics should be the first thing kids should be taught. That would be pure hell if that was the case. What I'm simply arguing is that most people shouldn't call it 'Mathematics' and instead call it 'Arithmetics'.

So what you may call this a 'minor semantic' is a huge oversight IMO for the education system. The term 'Mathematics' is too general in comparison to the term 'Science'. That's why courses which are designated for the scientific field are divided into parts to understand the field.

So might I ask why can't the same thing be done for Mathematics? I agree wholeheartedly that Arithmetics should be the first thing kids should be taught to understand the Mathematics field. But, why call it simply 'Mathematics' not just for kids, but for the majority of people in general in the education system? Your point that people are simply lazy and the term 'Math' or 'Mathematics' has become ingrained in our non-caring minds which is the problem. It should be divided into parts to better understand the field IMO just as much as science so that people like me don't develop the wrong perception of what Mathematics is truly about.

Too bad I never grew up with what Math is all about nor have I ever heard of the term 'Arithmetics' ever in my entire life. I'm just gonna go find a major that focuses heavily on Arithmetics and Computing.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Fri May 05 2017 4:14am
by Omega Entity
But we do have divisions of math, like the sciences. Algebra, Calculus, Geometry, Trigonometry, Number Theory, Combinatorics, Logic. Take your pick.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Fri May 05 2017 5:05am
by Earl
Caught a perfect IV Eevee.
It's level 1 :p

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Fri May 05 2017 6:16am
by ZethaPonderer
Omega Entity wrote:But we do have divisions of math, like the sciences. Algebra, Calculus, Geometry, Trigonometry, Number Theory, Combinatorics, Logic. Take your pick.


... *brain cells eviscerated*. I'm going to pick those 2 that I just bolded out since I love doing the arithmetics in algebra but have trouble proving it. And I'll take Logic cause I'm gonna need it to figure out all this.

It's official, I have really lost it. :lol: hoo-hoo.

Earl wrote:Caught a perfect IV Eevee.
It's level 1 :p


Good for you Earl. :)

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Fri May 05 2017 1:30pm
by MXC
NERRRRRDS

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Fri May 05 2017 5:37pm
by Rune
What, we're back to discussing candy? Fatass.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Fri May 05 2017 7:03pm
by MXC
I'm feeling like one now after downing two honey buns ;)

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat May 06 2017 2:10am
by Cyric
since when is Rune called "honey buns", Sweetcheeks?

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat May 06 2017 4:49am
by Rune
I consider myself more of a sno ball.


Eeewwwe.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat May 06 2017 5:06am
by Earl
Omega Entity wrote:...divisions of math...

*snicker*

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat May 06 2017 5:15am
by Rune
Maybe you would be happy to hear, that despite Wikipedia's claim, calculus is not a branch of mathematics.

It's simply a common grouping of lower division undergraduate courses in mathematics that falls under the branch called analysis. People that study analysis are called analysts. But common when meeting together, they call themselves analbuds (as opposed to their standard competition the algebros).

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sat May 06 2017 10:37pm
by Chaos Wizard
I bomb math unless it's applied to something else. It doesn't really matter what it is if it's a higher level than long division. I attribute it to the fact that I f*cking hate doing math.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun May 07 2017 12:46pm
by Cyric
I enjoy doing math, but I wish it was easier to make and didn't make my teeth rot and fall out.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun May 07 2017 7:58pm
by Rune
With my hangover, that one took time to sink in.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Sun May 07 2017 9:21pm
by ZethaPonderer
Cyric wrote:I enjoy doing math, but I wish it was easier to make and didn't make my teeth rot and fall out.


How do you mistake Meth for Math? They're not the same thing.

"That's the joke. Uhh-Hyuck." :lol:

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon May 08 2017 1:11am
by Corsair
dicks

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Mon May 08 2017 1:44am
by Earl
Corsaaaaaair...

You know if you say what you wish for out loud, it doesn't come true.

Re: bored members discuss inflation

PostPosted: Tue May 09 2017 10:52am
by Swalchy
Post 200!

This topic is over-inflated.



STOP! Lockage time.