Things you should know by now, but only just discovered

mudbunny wrote:
KingGorilla wrote:

I prefer eggs, potatoes, meat, and toast to pancakes or waffles.

Maple syrup is also good on eggs, sausage (yeah baby!!) ham, bacon...

In fact, it is a common breakfast topping at sugar bushes in the spring when the maple sap starts flowing.

Yup, it's really difficult for me to eat sausages without maple syrup.

Yo! Guys, you do realise that not every meal has to be dessert?

DanB wrote:

Yo! Guys, you do realise that not every meal has to be dessert?

LIES!!!

Right, sometimes it's pressert.

DanB wrote:

Yo! Guys, you do realise that not every meal has to be dessert?

You know, as much as I like maple syrup as a condiment for certain food items, I do not generally like dessert. Sweets just don't have that much of a pull for me. *shrug*

Rallick wrote:
S0LIDARITY wrote:

The Boston Molasses Disaster is not a band, but an actual tragedy.

Huh. Now I know that when people say 'slow as molasses' they mean 'an estimated 35 miles per hour'. Interesting.

Well, any liquid with enough volume can flow at significant speeds. The "slow as molasses" quip is in regards to small volumes, such as a bottle. Which pours no where near as fast at 35 MPH.

McIrishJihad wrote:
Rallick wrote:
S0LIDARITY wrote:

The Boston Molasses Disaster is not a band, but an actual tragedy.

Huh. Now I know that when people say 'slow as molasses' they mean 'an estimated 35 miles per hour'. Interesting.

Well, any liquid with enough volume can flow at significant speeds. The "slow as molasses" quip is in regards to small volumes, such as a bottle. Which pours no where near as fast at 35 MPH.

Maybe if you would stop storing it in the fridge it would pour faster

Rezzy wrote:

Women are devious.
"No honey. I don't want a diamond. But I do want a ring."
...
"Yay! Diamond!"

You just found out that women are devious? Mind you, I know my share of devious men.

The next time my wife's family makes sugar pierogi, I will be sure to forward them to you guys. Allegedly there is cheese and saurkraut in them, but all I taste is sugar.

KingGorilla wrote:

The next time my wife's family makes sugar pierogi, I will be sure to forward them to you guys. Allegedly there is cheese and saurkraut in them, but all I taste is sugar.

See? Devious!

Opening my door and seeing a stack of records freshly delivered.

H to the ickle wrote:

Opening my door and seeing a stack of records freshly delivered.

I think you're in the wrong thread... but then you DID just discover them. I guess you should have done so earlier?

dhelor wrote:
H to the ickle wrote:

Opening my door and seeing a stack of records freshly delivered.

I think you're in the wrong thread... but then you DID just discover them. I guess you should have done so earlier?

he didn't know records could be delivered

Every thread is the right thread for celebrating incredible music.

Chairman_Mao wrote:
dhelor wrote:
H to the ickle wrote:

Opening my door and seeing a stack of records freshly delivered.

I think you're in the wrong thread... but then you DID just discover them. I guess you should have done so earlier?

he didn't know records could be delivered

They were delivered in the 70's, I think the invoice said 12 for 1 cent. He doesn't check his mail that often.

Turns out that when I'm feeling down in the dumps, Fallout is not the correct game to play to make me feel better.

Duh.

Rayman Origins is on sale on steam if that helps =)

oilypenguin wrote:

Rayman Origins is on sale on steam if that helps =)

It doesn't help me, as (a) I'm a filthy console peasant, and (b) I already own it on the 360. But I heartily encourage you PC Master Race types to bite on that - best platformer I've played in years.

You sir need some Katamari Damacy

NANA-NANANANANA-NA-NA-NA, NA-NA-NANA-NA

Jonman wrote:

Turns out that when I'm feeling down in the dumps, Fallout is not the correct game to play to make me feel better.

Duh.

I'd go with booze.

cartoonin99 wrote:
Jonman wrote:

Turns out that when I'm feeling down in the dumps, Fallout is not the correct game to play to make me feel better.

Duh.

I'd go with booze. ;)

Isn't that like trying to cure insomnia by drinking a Red Bull?

H to the ickle wrote:
PRG013 wrote:

*sigh* I just learned that it will cost about $1000.00 to fix and then be worth about $600.00.

It's a Vega Style N.

What needs to be done to it?

According to Mark Simon of TERRAPLANE Resonator Guitar Co. , it needs alot of neck work.

Then Neck is warped due to it being from 1929.
The fretboard is really worn from people (well, my Uncle's) fingernails so he would plane it smooth.
It needs a refret (badly).
The headstock is damage where the top left tuning peg broke off and someone (probably my uncle) redrilled a new spot about an inch to the right.
The lower right tuning peg looks like it was forced into the head from underneath since the wood is slightly damaged and the peg sits about 1/16th of an inch lower. Imagine when you pull a nail from a board and the top splinters just a little.

What Mr. Simon proposed was once the neck was straightened and planed, he would repair the headstock and put the star inlay back in (which is currently fine, but would be lost when he hides the repair work.

I asked his honest opinion and he told me to walk away.

I would imagine that for under $1000, I could get a 5 string neck for it since the pot is in great shape.

Don't know what you're talking about.

All I know is that a nice Gin and Tonic is good for most of what ails ya.

Jonman wrote:

Turns out that when I'm feeling down in the dumps, Fallout is not the correct game to play to make me feel better.

Duh.

But maybe you could make war change.

Parallax Abstraction wrote:
Jonman wrote:

Turns out that when I'm feeling down in the dumps, Fallout is not the correct game to play to make me feel better.

Duh.

But maybe you could make war change.

War? War never changes.

Spoiler:

Sorry. Couldn't help myself. Like a reflex, ya know?)

Chumpy_McChump wrote:
Parallax Abstraction wrote:
Jonman wrote:

Turns out that when I'm feeling down in the dumps, Fallout is not the correct game to play to make me feel better.

Duh.

But maybe you could make war change.

War? War never changes.

Spoiler:

Sorry. Couldn't help myself. Like a reflex, ya know?)

I've heard that war has changed.

A signal passed through USB will deteriorate after approximately 15ft.

Bonus_Eruptus wrote:

I've heard that war has changed.

Yeah, now it's more like Skyrim with guns.

Alternate Joke: This new war is kind of like the new Coke.

Man. War used to be cool. What happened to you, war?