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3 hours ago, Thes Hunter said:

That wasn't the same co-worker who was bringing you a free lunch?

Or was the co-workers name "Free Lunch"?

 

Aren't all co-workers theoretically "Free Lunch"?

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1 hour ago, Dilvish the Deliverer said:

Aren't all co-workers theoretically "Free Lunch"?

 

I would guess this only applies if you're not the one signing the paychecks.

 

How would you stat up your alter ego in various RPGs?

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5 hours ago, Thes Hunter said:

That wasn't the same co-worker who was bringing you a free lunch?

Actually, it was. :lol:

1 hour ago, Dilvish the Deliverer said:

Or was the co-workers name "Free Lunch"?

 

Aren't all co-workers theoretically "Free Lunch"?

It should be. And they should be. 

21 minutes ago, Froggy the Great said:

 

I would guess this only applies if you're not the one signing the paychecks.

 

How would you stat up your alter ego in various RPGs?

It’s a huge company so no one local signs my paychecks. And I’m leaving soon so I can eat anyone I like. ::P:

 

I don’t play tabletop rpgs, so I haven’t the slightest clue. If we’re talking video games and I get to customize how the character looks, I’m going to spend a minimum of an hour making them look exactly how I want them...and then probably accidentally mess it up and revert all of my changes and spend another hour getting it back the way I wanted it. When it comes to the stats I’m just like “Eh, whatever, this looks fine” and go at it kind of randomly. 

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3 hours ago, Pezler the Polychromatic said:

What are all the xenomorph variants?

Death, more death, messy death, watery death, big death, tiny death. I'm probably forgetting something.

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46 minutes ago, Guindyloo said:

Death, more death, messy death, watery death, big death, tiny death. I'm probably forgetting something.

 

Pointy death, squishy death, and acidic death?

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2 minutes ago, Froggy the Great said:

 

Pointy death, squishy death, and acidic death?

Also fiery death!

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42 minutes ago, Froggy the Great said:

 

Is burnination ever not a viable solution?

Of course not! Spider in the house? Burnination! Bad hair day? Burnination!

23 minutes ago, Dilvish the Deliverer said:

What about airlock death?

 

 

 

Too soon?

<_<  Too soon.

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What is your most disliked form of natural disaster?

 

Do you like disaster movies?

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5 minutes ago, Chaoswolf said:

What is your most disliked form of natural disaster?

I think tsunamis are probably the most terrifying natural disaster to me.

I'm very frightened of water that I can't see the bottom of. I love a pool and swimming, mind you; I grew up with my great grandparents' in-ground pool and that is where I spent the entire summer every year. I also absolutely adore most underwater life - I could spend every day at the aquarium just staring at the creatures there. One of my "when I grow up" dreams was to be a marine biologist and I took a prep course for it in high school....but unfortunately, having panic attacks in water that you can't see the bottom of doesn't work at all with being a marine biologist.

I've tried to work through it, but it's a genuine phobia. Most embarrassingly, it also translates to water in video games. I can't do underwater levels and will burst into tears if my character has to go in the water at all.

 

I've gone off on a tangent. My point is, deep water is very terrifying to me. Even with hurricanes, the scary part to me and the reason I evacuate from them is to get away from the possible drastic flooding.

 

19 minutes ago, Chaoswolf said:

Do you like disaster movies?

I do not. I actually really loathe disaster movies. Partially because they tend to be poorly written, but also because I find the cheap heartstring tug of character after character sacrificing themselves to save others to be a lazy ploy to make up for lack of actual story and/or character development. It's rarely well done and IMO, generally just comes off as LOOK AT THIS BRAVE PERSON AND BE INSPIRED, ARE YOU INSPIRED YET? HERE HAVE SOME SAPPY MUSIC WITH AN OBNOXIOUS CRESCENDO TO FURTHER INFORM YOU OF HOW INSPIRED YOU SHOULD BE! I might just be too much of a cynic for it, but I really find those sorts of scenes to be patronizing and cheap.

I typically think that disaster movies based on actual events are ghoulish and in very poor taste and avoid them like the plague.

It's a rare moment that I like a disaster movie when someone drags me to see them and even then, "like" would probably be a strong word.

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4 minutes ago, Cyradis said:

Thoughts on disaster satire movies, such as Sharknado?

I don't think I've ever seen any other disaster satire movies other than Sharknado and Sharknado 2. I thought Sharknado was fun. I thought Sharknado 2 was trying too hard.

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