Insane Entertainment Especially For Cure Fans

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Ulrich

Quote from: SueC on September 02, 2020, 06:52:18"...Let's hope Cooper is made of stronger stuff."

Wow, just wow. He's getting them all killed... :1f632:
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Yeah, I know.  He goes through so many minotaurs.  :1f631:

Here's what happened with Jason Cooper the Minotaur:  Firstly, we report that because he's a cool cat, he had multiple lives.  :angel

In his third incarnation, he enjoyed his highest score, and came in third behind Simon Gallup the Minotaur and Robert Smith the Minotaur.

Brett has since killed Ringo the Minotaur, and is currently playing Shirley Manson of Garbage in this dungeon of doom.

Boys...  :-D

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Seen at the local hippie outfitters in Denmark, from whom I bought a pair of colourful patchwork pants:



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Also...

A Late-Night Conversation

Brett:  I like the word halibut.  It's a great word.  As is krumhorn.

Sue:  Krrroom-horrrn.  In slightly mis-spelled German, that means "crooked horn"... which is how it looks...



Brett:  I'd like to start a cigar company called Halibut.  That way I could say, "I'm smoking a halibut."

Sue:  You could smoke a halibut in a krumhorn.  Just dangle it in there and start a fire in the bottom; nice smoked fish a little later.  How big is a halibut?  ...oh, hang on.  Maybe you'd need an Alpenhorn...



Brett:  You could smoke an Alpenhorn.

Sue:  What would you put in it?  A biscuit off a square bale of cannabis?  You know, use a pitchfork and stuff the bottom with it, and light it up with a drip torch?  And then the Alpenhorn player plays reverse notes?  (sings)  It's A Long Way To Tipperary...

Brett:  Who makes square bales of cannabis?

Sue:  Oh, Farmer Freddy.  After he mows and windrows his marijuana field.



Brett:  He does that? And makes square bales?

Sue:  Well, round bales would be a bit large for this application.



Brett:  Indeed.  How much would a round bale of that be worth?

Sue:  Oh no, the hay shed's on fire!

(Scene dissolves into laughter and cackling, just another Friday night at home...)
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@Ulrich, Brett has an update on Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup for you.  Apparently Enid Blyton is the reigning grand champion of them all, beating even Simon Gallup's score by orders of magnitude.  He says Edgar Allan Poe also beat Simon Gallup.  Maybe being dead is an advantage in this game...
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Another update on Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup.  Brett says Gael Monfils is doing so well he should give up tennis and do this fulltime.  He's not even halfway to Enid Blyton's performance yet, but he's showing great promise.
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Ulrich

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Enid Blyton has a rune, apparently.  :lol:

...but she died, like everyone else...Monfils is still going...for now...
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FUN GAMES FOR MARRIED PEOPLE

...which may also be tried out by the unwed... :angel


1. "I love you more than..."

In this game, you complete the sentence by thinking of really horrible things, so that a beginners' level sample conversation between a couple might look like this:

"I love you more than a bucket of vomit."

"You do?  Well, I love you more than toenail fungus."

Just keep upping the ante, being outrageous, diving into the sewer, and making lots of "oooh, aaah" sounds.  The use of adjectives like putrid enhances the experience.


2. Middle-of-the-night unexpected inversion

This game has to be played at night.  Wait until your beloved leaves the bed to use the smallest room in the house.  In their absence, invert yourself so that your feet are on the pillow and your head is at the bottom of the bed.  Drape your feet in the quilt so it's not so obvious (hopefully, your beloved doesn't actually turn the light on but knows how to navigate in the dark).  Think about something sad or do quadratic equations in your head to quell the urge to laugh.  Then enjoy your half-asleep beloved's mounting sense of confusion as they snuggle up to you.  :lol:

(to be continued)

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word_on_a_wing

One of the funniest videos I've seen of trump, too priceless not to to share...

I laughed so hard
"Where the flesh meets the spirit world,
Where the traffic is thin..."

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Dear @word_on_a_wing, I can't play it because I don't do FB and that platform apparently now stops people playing clips unless they log in.  :evil:  If you see this anywhere else, please let me know (but a quick search didn't turn anything up from this end).  :cool

A friend showed me some fence windows for dogs this morning which are quite amusing:





Another way to do it:




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Ulrich

Quote from: SueC on October 15, 2020, 07:20:10... I can't play it because I don't do FB and that platform apparently now stops people playing clips unless they log in.

Nope, I was able to play it without being logged in.
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Initially it was telling me, "Join up or log in to continue!"  :evil:

I had another go and this time it showed me the bottom half of the clip - with the same message over the top half... but the sound was enough anyway. and I did see the viewer's face in response, in full, which was funny.  :lol:
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Ulrich

I guess that's because what woaw posted is a "mobile phone" link. (If you remove the "m" out of the link it might work better, in case you watch from a laptop/PC.)
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