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Laid Back Lounge / Re: What's on your mind today?
« Last post by Magdalena on Today at 04:02:08 AM »
What would you like for your 9000 posts celebration?
Do you like seafood?  :eyebrow:
Favorite pie? :eyebrow:

I have nearly 9,000 posts?  Damn.

I love seafood, all seafood, but I don't eat calamari anymore because their eyes make me feel guilty.  I also love key lime pie, but it doesn't really go well with seafood.  Maybe fish pie?



I've never had a fish pie.  :shifty:
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Laid Back Lounge / Re: The Atheists of Today Show announcement
« Last post by Magdalena on Today at 03:57:21 AM »
We have a god, a witch, trolls in the dungeon, let's see, what else?  :notsure:

We have an old git, which I think is some sort of elf.

I almost forgot the one who thinks he's a robot, one who orchestrated the moon landing, A Borderline Troll, and the one who is a A Borderline Witch....must be politically correct.  ;)
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Laid Back Lounge / Re: Sausage Rolls
« Last post by BooksCatsEtc on Today at 02:33:40 AM »
I think I'm hungry.

I also think that as irreverence goes, that is truly small potatoes.   It wasn't this, after all: Jesus gives boy blow job
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Laid Back Lounge / Re: The Atheists of Today Show announcement
« Last post by BooksCatsEtc on Today at 02:22:47 AM »
We have a god, a witch, trolls in the dungeon, let's see, what else?  :notsure:

We have an old git, which I think is some sort of elf.
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Laid Back Lounge / Re: What's on your mind today?
« Last post by BooksCatsEtc on Today at 02:21:02 AM »
What would you like for your 9000 posts celebration?
Do you like seafood?  :eyebrow:
Favorite pie? :eyebrow:

I have nearly 9,000 posts?  Damn.

I love seafood, all seafood, but I don't eat calamari anymore because their eyes make me feel guilty.  I also love key lime pie, but it doesn't really go well with seafood.  Maybe fish pie?

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Laid Back Lounge / Re: The Atheists of Today Show announcement
« Last post by Magdalena on November 17, 2017, 11:37:48 PM »
If you think about it, this, "Atheism of Today Show" sounds like this forum.  :notsure:

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The characters I have that I want to use are Father O'Daniel Bruno, a priest who represents one side of the argument, and Dr. Floyzenfloogen Claireliontamer, a scientist who represents the other side of the argument. And a cute "sock puppet" monkey SisterAgatha who represents a child's psychological viewpoint on both sides. I can do so many things with just these three characters alone.

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I was wondering if there are any creative minded people on here who would be willing to suggest any additional kinds of characters for the series...
We have a god, a witch, trolls in the dungeon, let's see, what else?  :notsure:
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Laid Back Lounge / Re: Sausage Rolls
« Last post by No one on November 17, 2017, 11:15:07 PM »
People should not throw a huge tissy when their knickers are in a twist. Get over yourself, you're not that important.
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Laid Back Lounge / Re: Sausage Rolls
« Last post by Tank on November 17, 2017, 10:31:42 PM »
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Laid Back Lounge / Sausage Rolls
« Last post by Lark on November 17, 2017, 10:27:05 PM »
An advert appeared recently in UK about a sandwich/snack firm  found in most High Streets. It showed a Nativity scene wuth the  three wise men gathered reverently round the crib containing, not baby Jesus, but a large sausage roll !. There were a lot of complaints and I think the ad has been wirhdrawn and apologies given.
I don't think anyone should be disrespecttful of beliefs held by others.  It would cause a fatma por what ever it is called when Muslims think insulted ????   Something showng a cow being ill treated would upset others  etc etc.  Not right to upset others about what, to them, is a serious matter meaning a lot.  What do the rest of you think ??
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Miscellaneous / Re: Language oddities and funnies
« Last post by Dave on November 17, 2017, 10:18:49 PM »
Though I am good at dpotting and vipying accents like a lot if us English I am nit good at lesrning the actusl lsnguages.

However I do remember learning folk songs in German, French and Italian before the age of 12. Those songs, in both English and their oroginal languages, stuck in my mind for a long time. I also mske up a tune to help remember telephone numbers - if I forget the actual digits I usually remember the tune, humming it brings the number back.

Some stutterers can get what they want to say out first time if they "sing" it.

Like Mel Tillis...

Not familisr with him, though I see that he is a singer, presumably one with a stutter? IIRC if a stutterer puts on a strong fslse accent that helps as well,  something to do with the brain being too busy working on something else it "forgets" about the stutter?
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