Discussion in 'January And Everything After' started by Kalle, Nov 27, 2012.
Which moderator will reign supreme?
WE ARE PIECAKE. NOTHING IS TRUE. EVERYTHING IS PERMITTED.
I read this.
The cake is a pie.
Well, whoop de shit.
These LPers, I swear!
You are half right.
Lum is Cake vs Ely is Pie
LUM IS CAKE OR ELY IS PIE
I like cake.
Of course you do.
I personally think this was done so that Lum can have his morning coffee in peace and there is nothing better than pie to eat with your morning coffee!
As for Elyscape, on one hand, we have someone who is somehow capable of reading every single post on these boards, but on the other hand he hands out layers of likes. So Cake!
Want some rye?
What, we're talking about bread now?
Here's to us!
Elyscape, being awesome as they are, are a quantum waveform that has them existing as both pie and cake at the same time. They are Schrödinger's Pastries, and if you open that box, woe be unto you.
But my money is on them both being pie.
So you're saying they're examples of the Heisenberg Uncertainty Pastry?
balut. As soon as the forumgoer observes the state of the pastries, their superconfections collapse and we'll know the terrible secret of space.
I was thinking more of Schrodinger's Cake, but that'll do.
In France, they call it le piecake.
That's why nobody likes France.
That's okay, France doesn't really like anybody either.
That is a tragedy.
"Easy as cake."
"Piece of pie."
Bonus deserts if you know the reference without searchengining it.
Want some pie?
eta: dammit you guys already made this joke... well I'm leaving it anyway since I went to all the effort of making an image. ;)
Good ol' George. RIP.
well, this is a thread
Gah! Read your post wrong, nevermind. I gets no bonus points. :(
Now they're soufflés? Jesus Christ.
Good ol' Jesus Christ. RIP.
Why not both cake and pie? Cheesecake!
Wait what? Jesus soufflés?
Jesus preferred pie. DEBATE ME ON THIS IF YOU WANT SOME GREEK NEW TESTAMENT ALL UP IN YO SHIT.
Jesus was quite the hair pie aficionado, or so I hear.
Pshaw. My (former) church tells me Jesus is a wafer.
Those things could use some chocolate chips or something. I was never allowed to take communion (I was a Protestant at a Catholic school), but we paid a trip to a convent once where they baked the hosts. I got to try a piece of the leftovers (the hosts are punched out of big sheets of wafer-stuff, so there are trimmings left) and, well, Christ on a cracker was that stuff dry. They had, like, anti-flavor. And I have to wonder, did the early Xtians experiment with the bread until they came up with the perfect tasteless wafer? "Oh no, Jesus' body can't taste like anything. Then people might WANT to eat him, instead of considering him sacred." Jesus could use some chocolate coating.
Know what would go excellently with Jesus? Orange marmalade. The chunky kind with little bits of peel.
Separate names with a comma.