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Re: D&D

New postby Jeff » Fri Jan 27, 2012 12:14 am

Jerri,
Why haven't you written a D&D story?
I'm tired of reading crappy ones or making them up.
Please write one.
Jeff

PS Bob, you too.
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Re: D&D

New postby Jeff » Mon Feb 06, 2012 1:39 pm

A gnome walks up to a group of dwarves in a bar and asks,
"What's the difference between a Dwarf and a Gnome?"

The dwarves stare back at him.

The gnome holds his thumb and fore finger about a pebbles distance apart while saying,
"About this much."

:rofl:
Finish the scene for yourselves, I have to go laugh quietly over near the TV.
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Re: D&D

New postby Bill » Mon Feb 06, 2012 10:59 pm

The first Dwarf konks the Gnome on the top of the head, knocking him unconscious, and says, "No, more like about that much", as he spreads his hands from the height of the formerly standing Gnome to the floor.

:razzy:

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Re: D&D

New postby Jeff » Tue Feb 07, 2012 9:16 am

:roflmao: :roflmao: :roflmao:

"I don't know how many of the dwarves it took to tie me into a sling, but when I woke up I was most of the way down
the shaft in the middle of that tavern. What was it called again, The Sleeping Door, The Nodding Gate... I'm unsure. I think
they knocked it out of my head when they punched me. Anyway, I called up asking them to pull me up when they let go of the rope. I would've been hurt real bad, but my trusty good luck ring floated me down to the bottom. In fact the rope dropped past me on to the way down. Not wanting to waste it, I wrapped myself up in it. I was going to wait there for someone to come down for me but the doorway leading out of the pit had a HALLWAY I had to explore and after a few turns I couldn't
find my way back. So, I've just been walking around here eating mushrooms, the odd bits of ration I'd find on the various
corspes in these halls, I even killed a goat I found in here and was smoking it when some bullies took it from me. I followed
them, like I followed you, until they were killed by some bats with large sharp beaks in a cavaern about some distance back.
By the way, I'm RAydapritibaipsowagdoboandindlefindlefyre, but people just called me Findel Fyre. What do you normally do
when you're not killing Drow Slavers?", the gnome said all in one breath.

The dragonborn just looked at him, so I replied, "Well, Thank you for your help with the Drow. We have an important task
to do and must be heading on our way."
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Re: D&D

New postby Jeff » Tue Feb 07, 2012 7:19 pm

I write some stuff to get Bud's mind into a more fun frame of mind and no comment from him. :D
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Re: D&D

New postby Bill » Tue Feb 07, 2012 7:53 pm

I wasn't sure what to say, either. Sounds like the Gnome went down into Undermountain. HUZZAH! :cheers:

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Re: D&D

New postby Jeff » Tue Feb 07, 2012 8:21 pm

Yes he did.

And, found a group of adventurers who didn't ask for his company.

But, that's only because I couldn't think of another way to continue the story you so successfully continued
by you after my post, Bill.
Genius by the way.

Really appropriate.
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Re: D&D

New postby Bud » Tue Feb 07, 2012 11:21 pm

Jeff wrote:I write some stuff to get Bud's mind into a more fun frame of mind and no comment from him. :D

Sorry, Jeff. There's very little fun left in my mind right now. I really don't see that changing until I change jobs.
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Re: D&D

New postby Jeff » Wed Feb 08, 2012 12:13 am

You need a guys night.
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Re: D&D

New postby Bill » Wed Feb 08, 2012 8:13 am

Bud wrote:There's very little fun left in my mind right now. I really don't see that changing until I change jobs.

I beg to differ. You enjoy music, that's fun. You enjoy time with your friends, that's fun. So if there truly is very little fun left, it looks to me like we get the best of you. 8)

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Re: D&D

New postby Jeff » Wed Feb 08, 2012 9:46 am

Bill wrote:
I beg to differ. You enjoy music, that's fun. You enjoy time with your friends, that's fun. So if there truly is very little fun left, it looks to me like we get the best of you.


After hearing Jeannine beg for mercy in the bedroom for the year she was Bud's toy, I'm sure Jerri would disagree. 8)
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Re: D&D

New postby Bud » Wed Feb 08, 2012 11:16 pm

So, next guy's TV night, indulge me for about 20 min and I'll tell you the accepted management techniques at my company and, particularly, in my division. Then, I'll endeavor to forget about it for a while.
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Re: D&D

New postby Jeff » Wed Feb 08, 2012 11:24 pm

Glad to.
:thumbsup:
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Re: D&D

New postby Bill » Thu Feb 09, 2012 10:13 pm

Sounds like we're in for a laugh...or an eye roll. :roll:

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Re: D&D

New postby Jeff » Fri Feb 10, 2012 10:51 am

[quote]Sounds like we're in for a laugh...or an eye roll.
/quote]

Because he'll be talking about work, or his domination of a ditzy Blonde?
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