Discussion in 'January And Everything After' started by Hanzii, Mar 23, 2012.
Do it or we will we cut off your chonson!
The tenants of Talorc probably have an ethos, too.
TIL that Talorc is a landlord and LK is a dangly thing on a chain. I am overwhelmed with knowledge. THANK YOU INTERNET
That's a real book? I'm pretty surprised no one gave it to me for Xmas. LOL!
I assume the original title was a play on a popular children's song.
I learned that song as "10 Little Indians." Was that an American version trying to avoid the racist term? If so, good work guys.
Is that what communion wafers look like? They look like pills.
They're a bit bigger than that.
The Jeez-It ones are "fun sized."
Real communion uses freshly-baked unleavened bread to represent ritually eating someone, not weird, stamped wafers that were probably imported from China.
If I ran a church, I'd use Necco wafers. I've always thought of Jesus as sweet but maybe a little chalky.
Cheese-flavored communion wafers somehow seem appropriate, washed down with something like Mogen David sweet grape wine, chilled, with a splash of club soda. I like to picture the gang sitting around the table at the Last Supper smiling and belching contentedly with perhaps a whiff or two of cheesy intestinal gas hanging the air afterwards.
Nope. They're weird stamped wafers made at local convents. I've seen them make them. they use a big stamping machine. Sorry to disappoint.
BODY OF CHRIST, STAMPED FOR YOU.
Flavored communion wafers is a great idea, though. They could do Cool Ranch, BBQ, Sea Salt and Vinegar...
I'm partial to double-stuffed Jeez-It sandwiches, myself.
If I had tenants, they would live by the ethos of pay the damn rent and don't break anything or else!
Also [funny.jpg] or something.
Red Sea Salt, Cool Manger, Smoked Human Dung BBQ, aw yeah.
Self esteem issues, Microsoft?
I guess they're trying to be the Charlie Sheen of internet browsers.
Fun fact: If you accidentally drop a blessed wafer on the ground, the priest has to eat it. I wonder how many kids figured that out and suddenly became very clumsy at church.
The Total Recall remake was terrible, especially what they did to Kuato.
Is that from Last Stand? Arnie's aged more than I thought.
I tried the Metro version in Windows 8, and it's awful. I'm not sure if the desktop version is any better, because the experience was so off-putting that I went straight back to Chrome.
Could you elaborate some?
Benedict Cumberbatch at Hooter's lawl
It's been a little while, so I'd have to install it again to remember all of the specific issues. It was mostly UI-related stuff, though--stuff like the Favorites menu working great unless you have more than five bookmarks (in which case it becomes utterly broken and unusable), severely limited right-click functionality, being forced to right-click in order to see tabs and the URL bar, a horribly designed tabs and URL bar UI that takes up literally fifty percent of the screen while open without giving you any real functionality beyond what you'd have with a regular tabs and URL bar UI (in fact, arguably, it gives you less), settings scattered in umpteen different places (with many only accessible when you switch to desktop mode), and of course being forced to view all content fullscreen, which makes many websites difficult to read (they really, really need to incorporate some means of controlling browser width or content formatting). There was more, but those were the big things. As UIs go, I'd describe it as a "train wreck," but that's probably being overly harsh to train wrecks.
But are those kosher? Jesus is Jewish afterall...
Pretty much. Jews don't believe in the whole transubstantiation stuff.
Time to upgrade your iPhone...
Geez, they'll make an app for anything.
The 5000th post in this thread is "It's balls!"
I love this forum so much.
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