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7 hours ago, Crowley said:

I mean, I'd watch a solid 5 minutes of that... 

 

Have you ever tried to just cackle for 5 minutes. I'm not saying I have, but... Uh... It's kind of a lot of effort.  

I mean, I can laugh that long, but except for short, loud bursts and gasps for air, it's mostly quiet laughing. 

 

My record for laughing without interruption is 13 minutes or so. My torso was sore afterwards :rolleyes:

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9 hours ago, Crowley said:

I mean, I'd watch a solid 5 minutes of that... 

 

Have you ever tried to just cackle for 5 minutes. I'm not saying I have, but... Uh... It's kind of a lot of effort.  

 

2 hours ago, redambrosia said:

I mean, I can laugh that long, but except for short, loud bursts and gasps for air, it's mostly quiet laughing. 

 

My record for laughing without interruption is 13 minutes or so. My torso was sore afterwards :rolleyes:

FYI, it's easier on your throat if you go with an ominous "Mwahahahahahahahahahaha".:devil:

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15 hours ago, redambrosia said:

I mean, I can laugh that long, but except for short, loud bursts and gasps for air, it's mostly quiet laughing. 

 

My record for laughing without interruption is 13 minutes or so. My torso was sore afterwards :rolleyes:

 

Best type of ab work-out though! 

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I was chastising my past self for letting reasons like "I already have bones dragons and haven't painted them." getting in the way of a higher rule like "The fact that Julie Guthrie has sculpted a dragon is reason enough to add it to the pledge" and, in particular,  how that rule should have been applied double to Dance of Death.  Further I started to worry that I didn't get Blacksting and that nice bit of ruins he comes with.  

 

So I checked the pledge manager and found out that I have both coming!  Past me is off the hook for at least today.

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I didn't order Dance with Dragons for reasons. At the time I wasn't sure they were good reasons and every time I see it I think even less of said reasons. That is just such an awesome set that I should have got it anyhow. It would have looked beautiful sitting in a box on my shelf with the other unpainted things. I am getting Blacksting and a ton of other stuff though. 

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1 hour ago, Zink said:

I didn't order Dance with Dragons for reasons. At the time I wasn't sure they were good reasons and every time I see it I think even less of said reasons. That is just such an awesome set that I should have got it anyhow. It would have looked beautiful sitting in a box on my shelf with the other unpainted things. I am getting Blacksting and a ton of other stuff though. 

 

I know how you feel. Pretty much all my big figures are still in their boxes, and the few that are built have been waiting ages for paint. I finally went and ordered an airbrush setup to maybe get some of these big boys painted. The sculpts deserve it. Thankfully, I managed to pledge for Dance of Death, but skipped Blacksting. Only have so much space. That wyvern sure came out nice though.

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Oddly, I find Argent's tail a tad bit short. I guess that evens out with Kaladrax V2. 0's too long tail. Lol

 

I've got everything coming but Rocky. I kinda wish I would have added him in my last purchases. Oh well retail! 

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