Honestly, I think this is going to be more about figuring out what just happened, and since you lot were there, it would only seem correct that you should be the ones to speak the most.
I will be splitting the thread before I go to write in it, again. This should affect NONE of you, unless you've not written in what is soon to become the previous thread. As I said, we still have the coronation to go. So, if you have been receiving notifications from the main thread and suddenly stop, come and check for the latest thread, alright?
NOTE: Gang, since the combat is done, please go to YOUR character profile (Click on the little man toward the upper-right of the dark brown bar -> In the tabs below the big User Control Panel title, click on the Profile tab -> scroll down on that page to Cbt Adv Dice: and, in the drop-down menu to the right of that, please click the arrow and reduce your CADs (Combat Advantage Dice) to 0? Thank you.
ROFLMAO... if you're being escorted by the Nine, you're in for one hell of a stitch. The others already faced the Dragon, and The One Ring can't find itself, just now, LOL.
Yeah, but some OLD guy with a penchant for languages might have to build it from the ground up to find out what certain words mean, hehe.
Oh, thanks, make me the HEAVY, LOL. (OOC: Cracks fingers and neck bones in preparation!)
Do they? Do you?
Is THIS your mission? LOLwe should be asking if there is a way to separate the being we are going after from this earth.
These are not bad thoughts, Ellisidil, but they are in the wrong thread, hehe...
Alright, a quick summary for Summer MuMmers... it's more or less a Vaudeville show in the Yucca theater in Midland, Texas. The first half is about prehistoric folk who have a bad guy hanging around who takes everything from them. Well, they go and accidentally discover popcorn as a food source. When they bad guy, Ned the Neanderthal, and his sidekick -whose name I am unable to remember, at present- discover the plan, they move to grab every ear of corn in the area in order to flood the market with popcorn, at extremely exorbitant prices. Through a series of misadventures, the good guys eventually win and put the bad guy away.
But, that's only the first half...
The second half continues with singing, dancing, and skits completely unrelated to the first half, many of which are a bit between Vaudeville and and actual Burlesque. Boob's and bodies all over the place, except nearly all of the women were overweight, a few of them very overweight. One show was called "You're An 8", in which a drunk guy goes in to use the urinal, and there's another guy next to him. In order to get his "junk" out, he has to ask the guy next to him to hold his drink. Then, his phone rings, and he asks the guy to hold something else I didn't see, but he actually reaches in front from the other guy's penis. Of course, this is just a joke, no nudity. Then there's "Mama", a Madame dressed like she's from Louisiana, who comes out to give advice to women about men, and there were three or four of those skits, funny. Probably the sexiest girl there was the card girl, the one who carries the cards announcing the name of the next skit -all in slinky red and black. There was also a skit about a cow singing Cuban Pete for a couple of Latino girls whose guys were not paying attention to them.
The absolute funniest part about the whole thing, however, was the popcorn. They brought out grocery bags full of popcorn and, though it was absolutely delicious, perhaps the best popcorn I've ever had, I only got to each about a sixth of a bag... because I was busy throwing the rest at other people, especially my Sarah, who kept trying to get it on my head, in ears, down my shirt, and I kept trying to do the same thing to her. It was amazing fun, but it sure did exhaust us, as well. Check out some Summer MuMers information, here.
Alright, let me try to finish answering the next posts...
We forgot our Pillow's at my Brother-in-Law's house, so we had to buy some new ones... I think I got some okay rest, last night, but I'm still pretty spent, just now. Thank you, though.
You ain't kiddin', but yesterday was really bad. I'm not going to go into it, though, as it will trip my PTSD, LOL... no thanks... just suffice-it-to-say it was nasty.
Alright, let me get the main thread split, again, a final change to the XP record I keep on Excel, and write the next post(s). Again, the split should affect NONE of you.