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    Quote Originally Posted by bipolar danger girl View Post
    How much did you pay for your naked bowler dolly?
    I paid, altogether, $31.49 for my Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Nena Trinity figure with her purple, destruction-loving Haro unit that she's holding.

    Which is about $31.49 more than I spent on stuff like this since I was, like, 13.

    Quote Originally Posted by Paradox View Post
    I think it's more that I'm "unmotivatable". None of that crap works on me because I already know how it works (or rather, sadly tries).

    **has flashback to an idiot manager we had at the hotel that put up a bunch of stupid "motivational" posters and was amazed that we all laughed at them**
    I think it's more or less when you see that these motivational "tools" don't help the very people who are giving them to you that you start to not care about them.

    Why should I be encouraged if those signs aren't worth nothin'.

    Besides, I kept my New Year's resolution to just improving my attitude and not get annoyed so easily at people calling for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDogindy View Post
    I paid, altogether, $31.49 for my Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Nena Trinity figure with her purple, destruction-loving Haro unit that she's holding.

    Which is about $31.49 more than I spent on stuff like this since I was, like, 13.
    Okay. A lot of adults collect action figures these days and at least around here it isn't considered too weird. I mean, jessecuster3 seems normal. As normal as anyone here, which is admittedly a rather lax standard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Donald M. View Post
    Okay. A lot of adults collect action figures these days and at least around here it isn't considered too weird. I mean, jessecuster3 seems normal. As normal as anyone here, which is admittedly a rather lax standard.
    It really is a lax standard around here. But I've seen collections of dozens, if not hundreds, of such these figures. I'm just happy having this one.

    I also hold to my collection two mint-condition video games.
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    SInging Karaoke. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDogindy View Post
    It really is a lax standard around here. But I've seen collections of dozens, if not hundreds, of such these figures. I'm just happy having this one.

    I also hold to my collection two mint-condition video games.
    Which ones?
    "If you can't say anything good about someone, sit right here by me." - Alice Roosevelt Longworth, on manners

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    What the hell constitutes a "mint condition" vidya game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the4thpip View Post
    I'm not motivated by coaches at the gym, I am motivated by looking at guys with better bodies than mine.
    I am most motivated when I wear my pulse rate monitor. It gives pulse, percentage, calorie burn estimate, and time I was in the heart rate zone; numbers motivate me.
    Quote Originally Posted by jessecuster3 View Post
    Yeah, this is interactive software for Xbox36 Kinect(or Wii), that tells you what to do and keeps track of all sorts of metrics. The motivation is still totally yours to turn it on and participate every day.

    Its the next technology from workout videos, and provides actual interactivity.
    I played around with a wii at a friends, if I had one I'd use it but I don't want to spend the money.
    What have I always believed? That, on the whole, and by and large, if a person lived properly, not according to what any priests said, but according to what seemed decent and honest inside, then it would, at the end, more or less, turn out ok.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slam_Bradley View Post
    What the hell constitutes a "mint condition" vidya game?
    Even I don't know the true definition.

    But, apparantly, it's "a video game that still maintains its original shrink-wrap, which preserves the disc, manual, and bonus crap inside of the box". That is when I asked somebody about it.

    I still don't know if I should be proud of this "achievement".

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael P View Post
    Which ones?
    The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Game of the Year Edition for the Xbox and Donkey Kong Country Returns.

    I got copies I can play already.
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    SInging Karaoke. :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puma View Post
    I am most motivated when I wear my pulse rate monitor. It gives pulse, percentage, calorie burn estimate, and time I was in the heart rate zone; numbers motivate me.

    I played around with a wii at a friends, if I had one I'd use it but I don't want to spend the money.
    the Wii version of EA active was really good, they give you a strap to wrap around your thigh, with a pouch for the nunchuk, and they could measure your form doing leg related exercises.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDogindy View Post
    It really is a lax standard around here. But I've seen collections of dozens, if not hundreds, of such these figures. I'm just happy having this one.

    I also hold to my collection two mint-condition video games.
    At least my action figures require some brain power, yours could stay in the package and it would make no difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jared H. View Post
    Nope! It's an IRL friend of ours.
    Any IRL friend of yours should be a fucking friend of mine! Especially the crazy ones.

    Quote Originally Posted by Spike-X View Post
    There was a thigh thread?
    Spam, but it was delicious.

    Quote Originally Posted by Squirrel View Post
    Yay! All my other friends keep running away when I try to have sex with them. *leer*
    Just wait until they're sleeping. That's what my ex-friend Becky did, but that's not why she's my ex-friend. She's my ex-friend because her brother stopped fucking my best friend, therefore, we had to find alcohol somewhere else.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jared H. View Post
    Ghostwatch is pretty much my favorite ghost movie ever.
    Noted! Yay! Scary ghost movie to watch!

    Quote Originally Posted by Jared H. View Post
    Squirrel's doing. I'm too lazy to change it.
    Yes!

    Quote Originally Posted by howyadoin View Post
    Have I mentioned lately how much I love you?
    Yay! *twirl* Back at ya in PINK.

    Quote Originally Posted by Squirrel View Post
    If I had a gun, I would 1) have killed many people very rapidly, followed by a trip to jail, 2) have killed many people very rapidly, resulting in guilt-ridden depression followed by suicide, or 3) have just shot myself during a depressive episode before I got the chance to kill anyone else. That's the lovely thing about swords. I can still kill people, but it takes a little more effort and therefore a little more forethought.
    Poison! Killing them softly with delicious cookies.

    Quote Originally Posted by Donald M. View Post
    Have you tried getting him to drink pineapple juice first? I hear that helps.
    I have not tried this, because I imagine even pineapple flavored cock snot would still be fucking disgusting. Ugh... it's my husband's birthday.

    Quote Originally Posted by the4thpip View Post
    ... and look at the pretty gay people. Don't forget looking at the pretty gay guys. Cologne is the one city in Germany where construction workers wolf-whistle after other construction workers instead after women.
    As it should be. Maybe if men cat called at other men they'd get the response they're looking for.

    Also, not sure who insulted the hot boys on the board, because clearly I'm a dolt who can't fucking check a box, but Spike X, Donald M, and Princess Muffin are beautiful... in a non-creepy because I'm old and married sort of way.


    Quote Originally Posted by Jared H. View Post
    And Catholic priests can have Trix.
    Catholic priests cannot have my Trix! DB is fucking lucky to have my Trix!

    Sort of related note: Mr. Strange and I were watching Ressurect Dead, which is a documentary about the people who are obsessed with finding out which crazy person was putting tiles in the asphalt of major city streets.. blah blah. I found the main obsessed guy super likable, and told Mr. Strange that if I knew that guy in real life I would want to be his friend. Then Mr.Strange pointed out to me that it was because he reminded me of Tadhg, and it was true. Not only do I love Tadhg, I even love people who remind me of Tadhg!


    Quote Originally Posted by Squirrel View Post
    Am I too old to wear these?

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    *pout* Okay, how about these:

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    Only if you want me to love your feet. Oooh... you should get platforms that look like the boots Frank Quietly drew on Emma Frost in New X-Men!

    Quote Originally Posted by the4thpip View Post
    I made stuffed giant portobello mushrooms yesterday and tried something new. I put a tea spoon of my own pesto rosso on a slice of bacon, rolled it up into a little package and placed it inside the mushroom. Stir fried the chopped up stems with some garlic and herbs, mixed that into creme fraiche and filled it into the mushrooms on top of the bacon-pesto package, then covered with shaved Parmesan cheese. They were quite lovely, and the flavors stayed distinct.
    I don't like soggy bacon, but I am pretty sure I would fucking love your soggy bacon.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jared H. View Post
    Holy shit, the last Wheel of Time book comes out tomorrow!
    I pre-ordered it on Amazon 500 years ago! Woo!

    I'm in the process of reading all the books again before I read the last one, so I'll probably get to read it a year from now. Especially since my hubby keeps distracting me with comic books.


    Quote Originally Posted by JDogindy View Post
    I paid, altogether, $31.49 for my Mobile Suit Gundam 00 Nena Trinity figure with her purple, destruction-loving Haro unit that she's holding.
    What's a purple destruction loving Haro unit? Sounds like a vibrator I'd like to meet.



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    Quote Originally Posted by jessecuster3 View Post
    At least my action figures require some brain power, yours could stay in the package and it would make no difference.
    Don't you mock his toys! That's my job.
    The unicorn is kind of lonely
    Being unique and oh so corny
    Mounting does not amount to much
    The unicorn is unic-horny.
    ~the4thpip

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    She's everything that every girl should be!
    Sable, Popcorn, White Wine,
    Bipolar Danger Girl
    Gingham, Bluebirds, Broadway ...
    Is Bipolar Danger Girl
    She's mine alone, but luckily for you ...
    If you find a girl to love,
    Only one girl to love,
    Then she'll be Bipolar Danger Girl too ...
    Bipolar Danger Girl!
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    This makes me think of Spike

    What have I always believed? That, on the whole, and by and large, if a person lived properly, not according to what any priests said, but according to what seemed decent and honest inside, then it would, at the end, more or less, turn out ok.

    "In 1996, I was 36. And you're still a frothing moonbat." ~Paradox

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    Quote Originally Posted by bipolar danger girl View Post
    Don't you mock his toys! That's my job.
    Some people don't understand jokes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jessecuster3 View Post
    Some people don't understand jokes.
    Wait... did you attempt a joke? Jokes require brain power!
    The unicorn is kind of lonely
    Being unique and oh so corny
    Mounting does not amount to much
    The unicorn is unic-horny.
    ~the4thpip

    Diamonds, Daisies, Snowflakes,
    Bipolar Danger Girl
    Chestnuts, Rainbows, Springtime ...
    Is Bipolar Danger Girl
    She's tinsel on a tree ...
    She's everything that every girl should be!
    Sable, Popcorn, White Wine,
    Bipolar Danger Girl
    Gingham, Bluebirds, Broadway ...
    Is Bipolar Danger Girl
    She's mine alone, but luckily for you ...
    If you find a girl to love,
    Only one girl to love,
    Then she'll be Bipolar Danger Girl too ...
    Bipolar Danger Girl!
    ~fly on the wall

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    Four cups of tea, almost ready for story time!
    What have I always believed? That, on the whole, and by and large, if a person lived properly, not according to what any priests said, but according to what seemed decent and honest inside, then it would, at the end, more or less, turn out ok.

    "In 1996, I was 36. And you're still a frothing moonbat." ~Paradox

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