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Not sure how. 16 comments
guest · 1 year ago
D&D and metal music do not make the cut anymore? Times are a-changing.
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share 1 comments
guest · 1 year ago
"I AM -- THE LAW!
- Dude, he's drowning.
- DROP -- YOUR WEAPON.
- It's an inflatable buoy, goddammit."
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Tigertorque 12 comments
guest · 1 year ago
Llamathrust sounds like a category in the German Darknet version of Youp*rn.
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Anon gets put in place 7 comments
guest · 1 year ago
He's not "put in place", he's insulted for his taste in music.
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Man Takes Girlfriend on a Tough Twisty 15 Mile Bicycling Path That Spelled Out 5 comments
guest · 1 year ago
A lot of very short back-and-forths. She suspected nothing? Did he tell her "you'll see why later", or was she completely oblivious to the fact that they had to turn back 8 times at the very least?
Do you still play tabletop games ? 15 comments
guest · 1 year ago
Pandemic Legacy is a huge yes IMO. The original Pandemic can be played as is, you can manage to not destruct everything while playing the campaign so that you can play on the same board once the campaign is over, and it's great, very well balanced and engaging.
Found this on YouTube. I hope it would be helpful 3 comments
guest · 1 year ago
The YT channel is HowToBasic, and the videos there always have kind of a twist.
...well, scratch that: HowToBasic is a twisted mind.
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Destiny 2 comments
guest · 1 year ago
Yay, stereotypes harm both sexes, what a surprise.
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Not if you were responsible 11 comments
guest · 1 year ago
Not just your 30s, but the rest of your life.
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Genie math 2 comments
guest · 1 year ago
"More wishes!
- That's impossible.
- Less wishes!
- ...dude, what the fuck?"
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The dyslexie font 10 comments
guest · 1 year ago
Nice trivia about how this font was designed: most letters are actually more "weighted" at the bottom. Some people with dyslexia would be able to interpret an "a" as an "e", because they look like each other after a 180° rotation; with letters that are thicker at their base (...no thicc innuendo here, please ^^), gravity keeps the letters in the right orientation. More explanation on the actual website of the font (and no, I do not know the creator of the font and am not endorsed in any way -- as a teacher, I was interested in creating documents suited for everyone, including the dyslexic, colorblind, and so on).
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Cat 17 comments
guest · 1 year ago
You're a good kitty.
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