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The Continuing Story of Spiderweb Software in General
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I met an author who I knew through books and the cute little messages he wrote on the Internet. I only started sending him fan letters after I talked to him and found out he was pretty cool.

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The Continuing Story of Spiderweb Software in General
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Originally written by Jumpin' Salmon:

1. Shard of Fire, because it wouldn't take effort and she seems like a fun person.
That's cool, but if my parents knew I was meeting a man I met on the Internet...

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Stuffing into Small Places? in General
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Originally written by Jumpin' Salmon:

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Originally written by Excalibur:

Nope, not a 36" but a normal eight-slice pizza. Not difficult when you're adolescent and haven't eaten all day.

French people eat tiny one foot pizzas often topped with a fried egg.

The French eat feet? Dear god! No wonder the English treat them with such disdain.

Pizza around here is wrongly shaped. Shard can prolly attest to American Dream pizza, where they try to not create any shapes which limit their hippy creativity. You pretty much have to measure by square inches, and I still can't eat a whole large pizza (between 180-200) but have no problem with a homemade 16" pizza. P'haps it is the quality difference.

Okay, so what about the fried egg would make a foot palatable?

American who? I've been to around eight different pizza parlors/chains around here, and their pies are all as round as my math teacher's stomach. (Copyright 2005: Mr. Lehman. Actual quote: "Circles get bigger around the middle. Like me!")

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Originally written by Jumpin' Salmon:

Everyone in the Pacific NW are hippies.
Fairly true.

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The important thing is that Jesus hasn't told us anything about it.

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The comic seems to support Excalibur's signature as well. Imagine the controversy if we found out Jesus didn't like how we celebrated Christmas.

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Yet again UBB attacked me. (It's a sign, I tell you! A sign!) Let me say this again.

This one little kid at my school, "Skippy,"* decided one day to try to slip all the way through the semicircular loop at the top of a metal hand railing during recess. He got in up to his stomach and was unable to go further. He couldn't back his arms out, either. He just hung there, attracting a huge crowd and laughing hysterically (like he always does whenever he inflicts pain or hardship on himself). I'm not sure how he got out. I think that a teacher came over and helped him. No fire departments. Aww. Now he's too big and wise to do that again (even though it was just last school year).

When I was younger, I loved slipping under a laundry basket and being able to have it firmly on the ground. I didn't outgrow being able to do this until, oh, third grade.

*Name not changed for posterity. Actual nickname.

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Gleep! in General
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IMAGE(http://www.uline.com/images/product/Medium/HD_1237_M.jpg)

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Tee hee. "Enraged Sith." I never would have guessed that.

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quote:
Originally written by Excalibur:

Dikiyoba!

Lone Flame?

There comes a time in every Spiderwebber's life in which he or she must witness flying, fluffy turtles...

Oh, nice guess. But nopers.

Answer (spoiler alert: it has the answer)

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^Dikiyoba?

Anyway:

IMAGE(http://www.draconian.com/movie/reinoffire.jpg)

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I still think of him as "Buttered Toast" from way back when, so that was confusing.

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This sounds a little more like Alo to me, although this guy is way stupider.

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quote:
Originally written by Emperor Tullegolar:

The little girl on the bottom is clearly Thuryl, I don't get the rest.
It's Nicothodes, actually.

And are you banned again? Wha-

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Indeed, it isn't supposed to work. He who bears witness to Alo shalt be cast out from yonder fora and from this earth.

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Who?

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Why didn't I think of this earlier?

IMAGE(http://redlightnaps.files.wordpress.com/2007/08/harry-potter.jpg)

Ooh! And:

IMAGE(http://imagecache2.allposters.com/images/pic/AGF/3191~Cat-and-Rose-Posters.jpg)

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We could also have people guess who our pictures depict. Here's a dead giveaway one that I liked:

IMAGE(http://www.nataliedee.com/060106/dry-ass-bran-muffin.jpg)

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Divinely Touched Elite Warrior Nephil In Real Life in General
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Your post made a lot more sense before you just edited it.

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Wha-hoah! Apology accepted.

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Aran commented on this one. I found it a loooong time ago (well, after July 8, 2006, but still!).

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Babelfish Contest #2 in General
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quote:
Originally written by Dikiyoba:

Originally by Arancaytar:

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I wonder, if you translate "NOOO!" to Japanese and back, do you get "Do not want!"?
No, but you do get "Calling obtaining!"

Dikiyoba.

I did this and posted that I did; where'd it go???

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This reminds me of the "roving mirror moiety" thing.

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I don't want it. Where's the fun in a program that tells you how the topic will degenerate?

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It doesn't give me question marks. It eliminates all the words and leaves the punctuation. I'm sure that " , ." would translate to something very similar in English.

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