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  1. #601
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    Location: Deepest Darkest Wales
    Oooh Choclate flavor mud.

    And 600 posts

  2. #602
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    Location: First floor
    With strawberry filling

  3. #603
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    Location: Phoenix, AZ, USA
    Y'know, when I was a kid I used to love to lick the filling out of my donuts... who knew such a skill would prove useful later on in life?

    *slings a handful of mud in a graceful arc, terminating in a messy 'plish' near Jordana* Damn, I missed.

  4. #604
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    Location: Wales in 45 mins!
    Originally posted by Forsythe
    Y'know, when I was a kid I used to love to lick the filling out of my donuts... who knew such a skill would prove useful later on in life?


    I just used to suck it out and swallow it in one go.

    *slings a handful of mud in a graceful arc, terminating in a messy 'plish' near Jordana* Damn, I missed.
    First water from the hosepipe, then drool, then hints of whipped cream, and now chocolate flavored mud. What is this preoccupation with getting me all wet and sticky, hmmm?
    "No zombie turkeys, I don't want to turn into a turkey myself, and I don't want any other weird surprises!"

  5. #605
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    Location: Phoenix, AZ, USA
    Originally posted by Jordana Chal
    I just used to suck it out and swallow it in one go.
    Hrm... well, I think you just have to know where to get the best donuts, the ones that last awhile before giving with the filling.

    First water from the hosepipe, then drool, then hints of whipped cream, and now chocolate flavored mud. What is this preoccupation with getting me all wet and sticky, hmmm?
    Let's just say I strongly suspect you of being very.... toothsome

    (and each of those're at least triple entendres... I must be on a roll )

  6. #606
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    Location: Deepest Darkest Wales
    Forsythe with all of those mouth skills you must be a real cunning linguist

    Five years ago I was a four-stone apology - today I am two separate gorillas

  7. #607
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    Location: Wales in 45 mins!
    I'd been wondering for some time who was going to be the first to say that

    As for the triple entendres, I think I got about one and a half meanings out of your comments, Forsythe. I think I may have to chew it over some more

    *throws some mud back*

    (Edit: BTW, your PM box appears to be full, Forsythe...)
    Last edited by Jordana; 21st Apr 2003 at 15:06.
    "No zombie turkeys, I don't want to turn into a turkey myself, and I don't want any other weird surprises!"

  8. #608
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    Registered: Oct 2002
    Location: Wild West Wales
    Water fights are a Polish tradition on Easter Monday. I expect we, being of a filthy turn of mind (I think I speak for most of us here. Those pure of thought really ought not to be reading this) can have a mud fight instead.
    *splash* *squelch*

    Ania

  9. #609
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    Location: Phoenix, AZ, USA
    ceebs: Let's just say that the hills and dales of 'Down Under' aren't an unfamiliar place for me

    Jordana: Chew it over, eh? Sounds like it could be painful if you don't keep it strictly tongue & cheek (and lips, of course ). *returns fire with the mud* (Btw, cleaned out my PM's)

    Ania: Both are good, no? *sprays down the forum* More mud, thataway

  10. #610
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    Location: First floor
    Ania, I suppose it's a silly question, but how co*splat*

    *drip* *drip*



    ... how come you know so much about the... ehm... Poles...

    I shall not pretend to be of pure thought...

  11. #611
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    Location: Wales in 45 mins!
    Originally posted by Forsythe
    ceebs: Let's just say that the hills and dales of 'Down Under' aren't an unfamiliar place for me
    I feel like I'm back in A-level geography, except with less inclination to skive off.

    Jordana: Chew it over, eh? Sounds like it could be painful if you don't keep it strictly tongue & cheek (and lips, of course ).


    Now, where did I put those Hallowe'en vampire teeth.....

    *returns fire with the mud*


    This is sort of like paintball, but for the over 18's only
    *prepares a mud bomb out of a balloon and readies catapult*
    *also tips a bucket of water over Ania and sneaks away* Sorry Ania, I thought you could do with a good clean

    *sprays down the forum* More mud, thataway



    More mud, excellent. For a wild moment I actually thought you were trying to clean things up around here. Silly of me
    "No zombie turkeys, I don't want to turn into a turkey myself, and I don't want any other weird surprises!"

  12. #612
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    Location: Wild West Wales
    ... how come you know so much about the... ehm... Poles...
    Because I hail from Pole-land myself. But I also know and like foreign tongues

    I shall not pretend to be of pure thought...
    Now, if you did pretend, do you think anyone would believe you? I thought not.

    Ania

  13. #613
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    Registered: Feb 2003
    Location: Deepest Darkest Wales
    *splat*

    *splat*

    *splat*

    Got you all, last one was chocolate. who did I hit and who needs it licking off
    Five years ago I was a four-stone apology - today I am two separate gorillas

  14. #614
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    Registered: Oct 2002
    Location: Wild West Wales
    Please form an orderly queue

  15. #615
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    Location: Wales in 45 mins!
    No pushing, now

    If the last one was chocolate, the first one must have been straaaawberry!!!
    And the second one? Peppermint, maybe?


    *SPLATT*

    That was honey, I believe.......
    "No zombie turkeys, I don't want to turn into a turkey myself, and I don't want any other weird surprises!"

  16. #616
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    Location: Phoenix, AZ, USA
    Originally posted by Jordana Chal
    Now, where did I put those Hallowe'en vampire teeth.....
    Just remember, turnabout is fair play...

    And I think I must've been nailed with the strawberry one... oh, darn, gee whiz

  17. #617
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    Registered: Jun 2002
    Location: Wales in 45 mins!
    Originally posted by Forsythe
    Just remember, turnabout is fair play...


    Who said anything about being fair? I make up my own rules

    And I think I must've been nailed with the strawberry one... oh, darn, gee whiz
    Strawberry covered Forsythe, heh?
    Back to that recipe for some guidance, methinks....ah, here we are:

    "For me, strawberries taste best when eaten fresh.... Because of my love for this brilliant red fruit, I'm always looking for desserts that feature them and innovative ways to serve them...raw, of course."

    *Gets the whipped cream out of the fridge*

    Last edited by Jordana; 21st Apr 2003 at 22:12.
    "No zombie turkeys, I don't want to turn into a turkey myself, and I don't want any other weird surprises!"

  18. #618
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    Location: Phoenix, AZ, USA
    Originally posted by Jordana Chal
    Who said anything about being fair? I make up my own rules
    *chuckle* Sure, but if you expect reciprocation, cooperation is the best bet

    Strawberry covered Forsythe, heh?
    Back to that recipe for some guidance, methinks....ah, here we are:

    "For me, strawberries taste best when eaten fresh.... Because of my love for this brilliant red fruit, I'm always looking for desserts that feature them and innovative ways to serve them...raw, of course."

    *Gets the whipped cream out of the fridge*

    Somehow, I think Ania's going to tell us to get a room again...

  19. #619
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    Originally posted by Forsythe
    *chuckle* Sure, but if you expect reciprocation, cooperation is the best bet


    Actually, I was planning to use force, but if you'd rather negotiate, just lay it on the table

    Somehow, I think Ania's going to tell us to get a room again...
    But why? I was merely discussing the preparation of interesting desserts But if she's that insistent, I'm willing to relocate to the kitchen......
    "No zombie turkeys, I don't want to turn into a turkey myself, and I don't want any other weird surprises!"

  20. #620
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    Location: First floor
    Originally posted by Ania
    Because I hail from Pole-land myself. But I also know and like foreign tongues
    A fellow Slav ! What do you know!
    And, yes, foreign tongues are always... nice to master

    Originally posted by Ania
    Now, if you did pretend, do you think anyone would believe you? I thought not.
    Aw, you obviously have an X-ray vision, you see all that I'm still hiding...

    * Tej tries to sneak past the queue

  21. #621
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    Registered: Feb 2003
    Location: Deepest Darkest Wales
    Stop sneaking, we can all see you.

    Oh Is that forsythe covered in strawberry shortcake? or is he juat licking the strawberrys out?
    Five years ago I was a four-stone apology - today I am two separate gorillas

  22. #622
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    Registered: Oct 2002
    Location: Wild West Wales
    Forsythe and Jordana: Get a room! Or a whole house... I am quite sure one could be arranged.

    Tej: Fellow Slav? Where from?

    Everyone else: *Splash* *wallow*

  23. #623
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    Who else thinks that Manfren Mann plays hot-cross buns in his rendition of Bruce's Blinded by the Light?

  24. #624
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    Location: Wales in 45 mins!

    ceebs: Both, I hope...

    Ania: You wicked little imp, you.

    Xenomorph: Who? What?
    "No zombie turkeys, I don't want to turn into a turkey myself, and I don't want any other weird surprises!"

  25. #625
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    Registered: Sep 2002
    Location: First floor
    * Tej embarrassed by failing to do the proper sneaking...

    Originally posted by Ania
    Forsythe and Jordana: Get a room! Or a whole house... I am quite sure one could be arranged.
    Will it be the panic room or the haunted house?

    Originally posted by Ania
    Tej: Fellow Slav? Where from?
    Slovenia...



    * Tej ducks as a big mudball flies towards him, splatting Forsythe instead

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