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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Cheese » Tue Nov 13, 2007 9:48 pm UTC

I think I have some... but it's dated three weeks ago. I can sell you it cheap, if you want.

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Ewww, ninja'd...
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Verator » Tue Nov 13, 2007 9:49 pm UTC

Cheese wrote:I think I have some... but it's dated three weeks ago. I can sell you it cheap, if you want.

THERE IS NO WARRANTY, GUARANTEE OR ANYTHING WHATSOEVER IMPLIED BY THIS BIT OF SMALL PRINT. IT'S YOUR OWN FAULT FOR PAYING FOR THE STUFF IF IT DOESN'T WORK - DON'T COMPLAIN TO ANYONE, PLEASE.



Waitwaitwait, you're selling 3 week old semen?
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby d33p » Tue Nov 13, 2007 9:50 pm UTC

Parka wrote:I assume this is yours. I don't know anyone else who would put "kill a bear" on a list.

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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Cheese » Tue Nov 13, 2007 9:54 pm UTC

I was replying to the posts about 'longevity serum'. I expect these were about semen, too, but I'm a terrible catch-upper, and usually forget to. Being double-ninja'd didn't help.
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Belial » Tue Nov 13, 2007 9:55 pm UTC

You know, there's a functionality built into the forum to specifically avoid that, dude...
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby NightStar » Tue Nov 13, 2007 9:59 pm UTC

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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Cheese » Tue Nov 13, 2007 10:03 pm UTC

Belial wrote:You know, there's a functionality built into the forum to specifically avoid that, dude...
There's reading the thread, yes. The 'posts since you tried to reply' feature is useful sometimes, but my computer's being dead unreliable and often need to stop it loading (because it's given up) and click submit again, which skips the recent messages.
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Belial » Tue Nov 13, 2007 10:03 pm UTC

Ahh. Your computer is fail then. Carry on.
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Cheese » Tue Nov 13, 2007 10:13 pm UTC

Yes it is. I'm looking for an acceptable second-hand one to upgrade to ATM, but haven't had much luck so far. Anyway, back to the nutritional value of semen, or something about bacon.

Please, not both at once.
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Laogeodritt » Tue Nov 13, 2007 10:27 pm UTC

...

Following the discussion on aspartame, I finally decided to inform myself in more detail.

I seriously am beginning to question whether high sugar intake or aspartame is more detrimental to my health. It'd be better to lay off the soda altogether, but... that's easier said than done.

I was going to say something else, but then I realized this is the "Man Thread", not the "Teenage Angst Thread".
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Clerria » Tue Nov 13, 2007 10:33 pm UTC

Is it manly to drink soda?

I'm having a cherry coke RIGHT NOW. Not diet or anything. and in a can (the best way).
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Cheese » Tue Nov 13, 2007 10:36 pm UTC

Cherry coke for the win. Also, orange cola and limeade, but nothing with orange. I don't like the taste/smell of oranges - one of the few foodstuffs that I prefer artificial, not-quite-right flavours/smells to the real thing; I love tangy orange chocolate.
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Xeio » Tue Nov 13, 2007 10:47 pm UTC

Clerria wrote:I'm having a cherry coke RIGHT NOW. Not diet or anything. and in a can (the best way).


You know, its always bugs me that they insist on giving you a cup (with ice, but the pop is already cool/cold usually...) with your can of pop on airplanes. The can was invented for a reason. :wink:

I think my drink of preference is milk (and I hate bacon, I'm anti-manly, lol), then pop (oh, and pepsi >>>> coke), then anything not-water, then water. I almost never drink water, unless you count the water in kool-aid, pop, milk, juice (orange, apple, cranberry), but I don't like the taste (or lack thereof) of water.

It's also possible that I overuse parenthesis.

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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Cheese » Tue Nov 13, 2007 10:50 pm UTC

Xeio wrote:overuse parenthesis
Oxymoron alert!!! Oxymoron alert!!!
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby d33p » Tue Nov 13, 2007 10:52 pm UTC

Would this be an appropriate thread to ask some fellow men advice regarding the seduction of a particular gypsy vixen?
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Clerria » Tue Nov 13, 2007 10:58 pm UTC

*imitates guy voice*

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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Laogeodritt » Tue Nov 13, 2007 11:02 pm UTC

Xeio wrote:It's also possible that I overuse parenthesis.

Write much in Lisp, perchance? =P

...knowing the comic and its likely readers, I expect that's an all-too-obvious joke. Oh well.


Cherry coke for the win. Also, orange cola and limeade, but nothing with orange. I don't like the taste/smell of oranges - one of the few foodstuffs that I prefer artificial, not-quite-right flavours/smells to the real thing; I love tangy orange chocolate.
I used to hate cherries, but I loved cherry-flavoured candies, etc.

Nowadays I don't mind real cherries.

I can't say I particularly like orange-flavoured foodstuffs. Oranges, on the other hand, I like—though they're sometimes a little too messy to eat. Maybe I'm doing it wrong.
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby d33p » Tue Nov 13, 2007 11:06 pm UTC

Nobody but a hawt nerdgirl wants to help me. I'm not sure if I ought to be thrilled or disappointed.

Anyway, the background:
Said gypsy vixen used to be a coworker. She observed me dating a married woman. After that, she wanted to spend time with me. She was engaged at the time. We had a scathingly quick and sexless relationship, battered about by the fact that she lived with her fiance, and I have kids to support. (Yes, I'm aware I sort of sound like an asshole in this story. Cope.)
Passionately poetic, all the trappings of deliriousness - but very little physical contact. No consummation.
Now - a year later, she's broken up with her fiance and has moved just down the street from me. A year later, I now live with my kids most of the time.
All the old glorious romanticisms are oozing back up, tainted with the realization that she's horribly noncommittal (not that I'm the pinnacle of commitment myself), and sprinkled with a dash of proximity.

So do I go for it and say fuck the inevitable disappointment and complications?
Or do I cut my losses and resign to never fulfilling what could've been something ridiculously storylike?

And did I mention she's into Figure - kind of like bodybuilding, but without all the bulginess? And she's HOT?
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Cheese » Tue Nov 13, 2007 11:07 pm UTC

Laogeodritt wrote:Maybe I'm doing it wrong.
Must... not... sig...

Gah, sig'd. I have the space.

Sorry everyone, I've let you all down.

@deep: Sorry, I'm not very good at life advice. I'm bad enough at making my own decisions.
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Xeio » Tue Nov 13, 2007 11:08 pm UTC

Laogeodritt wrote:
Xeio wrote:It's also possible that I overuse parenthesis.

Write much in Lisp, perchance? =P

...knowing the comic and its likely readers, I expect that's an all-too-obvious joke. Oh well.


Hrmm, nope, never programmed in lisp at all. :X I've just always had a habit of 'over'-using them.

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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby d33p » Tue Nov 13, 2007 11:10 pm UTC

Cheese wrote:@deep: Sorry, I'm not very good at life advice. I'm bad enough at making my own decisions.

That's alright Cheese. I'm not sure I'd take advice from you very seriously anyway. </snark>
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Cheese » Tue Nov 13, 2007 11:12 pm UTC

I believe that noone is to take posting advice from me. I'm sure that could be extended to life advice, too.
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Clerria » Tue Nov 13, 2007 11:13 pm UTC

d33p wrote:Nobody but a hawt nerdgirl wants to help me. I'm not sure if I ought to be thrilled or disappointed.

Anyway, the background:
Said gypsy vixen used to be a coworker. She observed me dating a married woman. After that, she wanted to spend time with me. She was engaged at the time. We had a scathingly quick and sexless relationship, battered about by the fact that she lived with her fiance, and I have kids to support. (Yes, I'm aware I sort of sound like an asshole in this story. Cope.)
Passionately poetic, all the trappings of deliriousness - but very little physical contact. No consummation.
Now - a year later, she's broken up with her fiance and has moved just down the street from me. A year later, I now live with my kids most of the time.
All the old glorious romanticisms are oozing back up, tainted with the realization that she's horribly noncommittal (not that I'm the pinnacle of commitment myself), and sprinkled with a dash of proximity.

So do I go for it and say fuck the inevitable disappointment and complications?
Or do I cut my losses and resign to never fulfilling what could've been something ridiculously storylike?

And did I mention she's into Figure - kind of like bodybuilding, but without all the bulginess? And she's HOT?


Seduce her, have a good time, and realize (which sounds like you already have) that it's probably not going to settle into a long term commitment (but who knows, right?) and that you should enjoy the experience from start to finish. Don't even build up anything to be disappointed for, keep it simple!

What would possibly hold you back, other than fear of a possible bad ending? (Which I argue, is a horrible reason to hold yourself back)
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby d33p » Tue Nov 13, 2007 11:19 pm UTC

Clerria, my issue is that during the "scathingly quick and sexless" period of our relationship, she talked seductively... acted same... and was apparently un-seduceable by Yours Truly.
This is a new obstacle for me. (God, that sounded pretentious.)
Perhaps my deeper issue is that I'm concerned about whether my motives are to simply "reach the unreachable" - or if I really want her. Well, I really want her... but if once won, if the same inebriating sense of bliss will still exist.
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Clerria » Tue Nov 13, 2007 11:26 pm UTC

d33p wrote:Clerria, my issue is that during the "scathingly quick and sexless" period of our relationship, she talked seductively... acted same... and was apparently un-seduceable by Yours Truly.
This is a new obstacle for me. (God, that sounded pretentious.)
Perhaps my deeper issue is that I'm concerned about whether my motives are to simply "reach the unreachable" - or if I really want her. Well, I really want her... but if once won, if the same inebriating sense of bliss will still exist.


Hmm, is that the issue really bothering you? If once you get her the desire to have her will disappear? Maybe it's possible that she recognized that, and at the time chose a more serious relationship over a definite fling. In the end, maybe you need to realize that it's ok to feel that way, but if you don't take the chance in the first place you might never know which ending it will be.

Now it seems like the situation is different for both of you, so maybe you should start from the beginning again and see how things go. The worst that could happen is:

1) nothing
2) something awesome
3) to have loved and lost bullshit
4) to have conquered and move on

At the very least maybe you will get to know her better (even if initially this is just to seduce the unobtainable) and decide whether or not you really want her or not. You don't have to know right now, because as long as you keep your senses about you, you might just enjoy the ride. Literally and figuratively.
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Angelene » Tue Nov 13, 2007 11:32 pm UTC

d33p: I'm going to ignore our pending nuptials and second Clerria's advice here and say go for it, but tread carefully, and warily. It's okay to be unsure of your motives as long as you don't mislead anyone.
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Postby d33p » Tue Nov 13, 2007 11:34 pm UTC

Thanks, both of you. Back your regularly scheduled hairy-chested, bellowing and noxious manly pyrotechnics.
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby eristic » Tue Nov 13, 2007 11:38 pm UTC

d33p wrote:story about woman


Just go for it. The worst that can happen is it ends. Maybe you want her because you didn't get it the first time, maybe you just really like her. Either way, you benefit so long as you go in with the mindset that its all for a good time and that it may/probably will end (by your description).

I think a quote something along the lines of this is applicable:

"you guarantee failure by not trying.
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Laogeodritt » Tue Nov 13, 2007 11:52 pm UTC

Cheese wrote:
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Must... not... sig...

Gah, sig'd. I have the space.

九層。 =\ Don't you love it when people take things out of context...?

What's worse is that I don't even remember the context I used that in. *scrolls up*

...oh, right. Eating oranges.
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Princess Marzipan » Tue Nov 13, 2007 11:52 pm UTC

eristic wrote: Either way, you benefit so long as you go in with the mindset that its all for a good time and that it may/probably will end (by your description).


But you're a total dick if you know that she thinks differently and you keep going.

At this point it sounds like you don't know how either of you feels, so feel it out. Just, y'know, don't be a dick.
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby d33p » Tue Nov 13, 2007 11:56 pm UTC

Took me a sec there, Creemy, to realize you'd changed your name. TRICKY.

There's a fine line between dickishness and assertive. I just need to not cross it.
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Princess Marzipan » Wed Nov 14, 2007 12:00 am UTC

You people and your god damn not-noticing-the-common-word-between-my-previous-and-current-usernames-which-would-be-simpler-and-more-preferable-for-you-to-address-me-by.

And your spirographs and your malte shoppees and your footballs in my yard...
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Laogeodritt » Wed Nov 14, 2007 12:04 am UTC

It's so much easier when people announce their old username(s) in their signatures. On my other forums, it's quite frequent that some people don't figure out that someone changed their name for weeks or even months, let alone their original identity.

Granted, there's usually very little in common with the two names.
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Postby Princess Marzipan » Wed Nov 14, 2007 12:28 am UTC

Laogeodritt wrote:On my other forums, it's quite frequent that some people don't figure out that someone changed their name for weeks or even months, let alone their original identity.


The same usually happens here, only the other way around.

(Think about it a sec.)
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Postby Clerria » Wed Nov 14, 2007 12:47 am UTC

I thought it was weird that there would be two creamy nougaty varieties hanging around.

No I didn't, it was obvious. <3
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Postby Cowboy » Wed Nov 14, 2007 12:54 am UTC

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But you're a total dick if you know that she thinks differently and you keep going.



HaHAA! You sure do have these peeps fooled. Ef it bro, you've been more hung up on this one than I've ever seen. It could be related to the unattainable, and knowing you, I'm guessing it is, but you also know that if you truly worked at it, it would no longer be that. Just the fact that you are debating whether to work at it simply shows the level of respect you have for her. Not wanting to break her heart and such. These waters be treacherous, baby gypsy-pirates are known to pop up without warning.
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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Angelene » Wed Nov 14, 2007 12:58 am UTC

Cowboy is here! The infamous Cowboy!!! I thought he was just a myth, a legend, a figment of d33p's imagination. Well, I suppose he still could be.
"Some people need a red carpet rolled out in front of them in order to walk forward into friendship. They can't see the tiny outstretched hands all around them, everywhere, like leaves on trees."

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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Cowboy » Wed Nov 14, 2007 1:09 am UTC

Actually, I'm just d33p, trying to validate my actions to the world.
CaraInFrames wrote:Cowboy, you can both be dicks, okay?

Oxymoronic wrote:woah, woah, woah. Thoughts of details and repurcussions are for like, capitalists man. Stop harshin' my mellow.

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Re: Man Thread: Setting Things on Fire Since 1.8 Million BCE

Postby Katastrophy » Wed Nov 14, 2007 1:28 am UTC

Verator wrote:
Katastrophy wrote:Eww... I've heard Diet pop is just as bad for you, the aspartame supposedly causes nasty things. I'm gonna say Cancer, just because everything causes cancer. It's something different though. I'll take the extra sugar. I have a ridiculously high metabolism anyways. At least I know what sugar does to me.



My dad actually did develop cancer from Aspartame, his bladder grew several tumors because of it, and he was on chemo for a few years. They caught it early though, so he's fine now.

Maybe it was cancer then. I saw it a long, long time ago. I thought it was called Asparas, or something that looked like it was derived from the word Asparastame... Or maybe that's what Aspirin supposedly gives you. I dunno, all I know is my mom never let me drink diet pop because she heard it caused nasty things.
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