If you carefully read everything I’ve ever posted on this website, you can probably estimate my age, height, weight, state, and grade.
…but if you’re going to tell me your guesses, have Olivia message me instead of you saying on here.
All my guesses are estimates like “between 14 and 18”
The vendor event was a dud. We are leaving early.
Unfortunately for you, I am not between 14 and 18 inches tall.
Chocolate Muffins! Kristen!
My phone is at 33% *cries*
At least it’s not at 2%, like my rating of the newest Odyssey episode.
Dear zumiez store at the mall, why is the clear penny board that doesn’t have any grip $200, why don’t you have any arbor longboards in stock, and I’m sorry, but that is NOT a shirt
It’s SO BAD.
Maybe I shouldn’t make time to watch the 2 hour live stream thingy
You can go ahead.
BUT WHY DIDN’T THE BOARD HAVE ANY GRIP AT ALL??? IT WAS JUST SMOOTH FREAKING PLASTIC!!
They couldn’t afford to manufacture a grip. They spent all their money on the highly specialized substance freaking plastic. It is to plastic what fainting goats are to mammals.
My sisters invented a game called Fainting Goat.
Does it involve fainting goats or is it more of a conceptual thing?
It’s conceptual. It’s kind of like a cross between blind-man’s bluff, tag, and eternal dodgeball.
I like it already. Is eternal dodgeball the every man for himself version cause that’s my favorite.
Yes, though it’s more complicated than that.
It’s from Cabin Pressure, by far the funniest show ever written. It has Benedict Cumberbatch playing a lovable idiot, one episode for every letter of the alphabet, and a truly magical game called yellow car. If I had a weekly rec, this would be it.
This is the episode I’m referencing.
You must teach me how to play this game at Auxcon.
One person is a Goat-Herd, and the others are the Fainting Goats. At the beginning of a round, the Goats spread out away from the Goat-Herd. The Goat-Herd then attempts to tag the Goats, who have their eyes shut and are moving around. When a Goat is tagged, they open their eyes and fall over. They then proceed to count to 15, while the Goat-Herd attempts to tag the other goat(s). If the Goat gets to 15 before all the other Goats have been tagged, they may get up and close their eyes. The game ends when all Goats are simultaneously “fainted.” Goats should take care to know their environment, and proceed with caution in order not to run into trees, toilets, buildings, etc.
Ooh! Somebody played some Cabin Pressure for me once. I may or may not be following said person on Twitter.
I totally posted this on the wrong thread didn’t I.
You did, but oh, well. I’ve heard the Cabin Pressure episode with the guards and the door…
That’s John Finnemore’s Souvenir Programme. Same writer, but that’s a sketch show and this is basically a radio sitcom.
Fainting goats sounds fun!
And I will own mini goats.
And freaking plastic is too expensive, have they tried normal plastic?! Then you can afford grip
I really can’t recommend it enough.
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