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Let's try to keep things civil.

 

Don't make me break out the Cyndi Lauper. Cause I will.

 

Goblins just want to have fun?

 

Goblins R Good Enough

 

 

 

Edit: I've actually scientistically proven that Cyndi Lauper prevents violence. The local watering hole was having some trouble with surly out-of-towners picking fights and, half joking, I told the bartender that the next time fists go up, she should immediately put on either "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" or "Goonies R Good Enough".

 

And next time she did, and the fight immediately stopped.

 

It's simply imposible to fight during a Cyndi Lauper song.

 

Culture Club, on the other hand, seems to angry up the blood.

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I'm going to have to try that, at my own parties. Both ways. If it's boring, throw on Karma Chameleon, and if it's too rowdy, a little Goonies R Good Enough.

 

 

On a completely unrelated but somehow connected to all this madness side note:

 

A very skinny adorable stray cat sort of adopted us this week. He's a grey and white tuxedo cat, but he's pencil thin, you can see his poor skeleton through his fur, I'm trying to feed him everything under the sun to get some meat on him. Very lovable, very chatty. We decided to take him in, so after a visit to the vet, this week, he'll officially be mine. What's his name, you ask? Bones. I named him Bones.

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A very skinny adorable stray cat sort of adopted us this week. He's a grey and white tuxedo cat, but he's pencil thin, you can see his poor skeleton through his fur, I'm trying to feed him everything under the sun to get some meat on him. Very lovable, very chatty. We decided to take him in, so after a visit to the vet, this week, he'll officially be mine. What's his name, you ask? Bones. I named him Bones.

 

+ 1,000,000 points.

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A very skinny adorable stray cat sort of adopted us this week. He's a grey and white tuxedo cat, but he's pencil thin, you can see his poor skeleton through his fur, I'm trying to feed him everything under the sun to get some meat on him. Very lovable, very chatty. We decided to take him in, so after a visit to the vet, this week, he'll officially be mine. What's his name, you ask? Bones. I named him Bones.

 

 

Purrrrfect!

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A very skinny adorable stray cat sort of adopted us this week. He's a grey and white tuxedo cat, but he's pencil thin, you can see his poor skeleton through his fur, I'm trying to feed him everything under the sun to get some meat on him. Very lovable, very chatty. We decided to take him in, so after a visit to the vet, this week, he'll officially be mine. What's his name, you ask? Bones. I named him Bones.

There's still plenty of time to fatten him up before Thanksgiving! ;)

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A very skinny adorable stray cat sort of adopted us this week. He's a grey and white tuxedo cat, but he's pencil thin, you can see his poor skeleton through his fur, I'm trying to feed him everything under the sun to get some meat on him. Very lovable, very chatty. We decided to take him in, so after a visit to the vet, this week, he'll officially be mine. What's his name, you ask? Bones. I named him Bones.

There's still plenty of time to fatten him up before Thanksgiving! ;)

 

:wacko:

 

But cats are so stringy...

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A very skinny adorable stray cat sort of adopted us this week. He's a grey and white tuxedo cat, but he's pencil thin, you can see his poor skeleton through his fur, I'm trying to feed him everything under the sun to get some meat on him. Very lovable, very chatty. We decided to take him in, so after a visit to the vet, this week, he'll officially be mine. What's his name, you ask? Bones. I named him Bones.

There's still plenty of time to fatten him up before Thanksgiving! ;)

 

:wacko:

 

But cats are so stringy...

 

It's all in how you cook them... low heat, many hours, and he'll be fork tender and juicy!

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A very skinny adorable stray cat sort of adopted us this week. He's a grey and white tuxedo cat, but he's pencil thin, you can see his poor skeleton through his fur, I'm trying to feed him everything under the sun to get some meat on him. Very lovable, very chatty. We decided to take him in, so after a visit to the vet, this week, he'll officially be mine. What's his name, you ask? Bones. I named him Bones.

There's still plenty of time to fatten him up before Thanksgiving! ;)

 

:wacko:

 

But cats are so stringy...

 

Nah, that's just a hair getting caught in the throat...

 

^_^

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There are over a hundred responses I could type now, and every single one would get me banned from this board forever.

 

I'm gonna go look at the kickstarter page instead.

 

Ditto. Cat hairs. Wow. A million. Wow.

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