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Re: It's good to be here!

#21  Postby The_Piper » Aug 02, 2016 12:56 am

Cnidarian_King wrote:
The_Piper wrote:The Ghost of MR. Woodchuckles smiles down upon you. :tongue:
Welcome! :cheers:


Is your avatar a picture of the deceased? If so, I will start building a shrine. :drunk:

The_Piper wrote:Cool guys like cute animals too. Just look at me! :naughty2:

DougC wrote:(FFS man, what the hell are you doing to my hard won, cool-man, street cred.)


Easy now, there's enough cuteness to go around. No need to fight. :whistle:

:drunk: No, but he looked very similar. :lol:
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Re: It's good to be here!

#22  Postby Cnidarian_King » Aug 02, 2016 1:29 am

The_Piper wrote:The Ghost of MR.
:drunk: No, but he looked very similar. :lol:
Here's The Real Mr Woodchuckles, for posterity of course.
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Good, :grin: I wouldn't want to get started on the shrine and make a false idol of the one true MR. Woodchuckles. After all, he is a great but fierce ghost.
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Re: It's good to be here!

#23  Postby Spinozasgalt » Aug 02, 2016 1:33 am

Welcome. Here is your forum wig, which will prove crucial to your survival when they arrive.
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Re: It's good to be here!

#24  Postby Cnidarian_King » Aug 02, 2016 10:33 am

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I do hope this is not too offensive for them, just trying to shake up the routine. :silenced:
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Re: It's good to be here!

#25  Postby Evolving » Aug 02, 2016 10:45 am

Spinozasgalt wrote:...when they arrive.


I'm already here.
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Re: It's good to be here!

#26  Postby Ironclad » Aug 02, 2016 11:26 am

welcome to the show :D

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Re: It's good to be here!

#27  Postby The_Piper » Aug 02, 2016 12:33 pm

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I do hope this is not too offensive for them, just trying to shake up the routine. :silenced:

:tehe:
I haven't heard anything about Mr. Woodchuckles' reaction yet. He's usually pretty forgiving if you're kind to small woodland creatures. Rather than do Hail Mary's, it's pennance like "bring acorns to a city park and give them to squirrels one by one". Punishment shouldn't be too too bad. :tongue:
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Re: It's good to be here!

#28  Postby Macdoc » Aug 02, 2016 12:50 pm

Welcome :cheers: ....what's a Cnidarian :scratch: let alone rolyalty of same :coffee:
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Re: It's good to be here!

#29  Postby Cnidarian_King » Aug 02, 2016 10:00 pm

Macdoc wrote:Welcome :cheers: ....what's a Cnidarian :scratch: let alone rolyalty of same :coffee:


Technically, it should be called Cnidaria which is the phylum that includes the sea anemones, jellyfish, corals and hydras.
The classification of this particular medusa in my avatar is Cnidaria Scyphozoa Rhizostomae Mastigiidae Phyllorhiza punctata according to Colin Tudge and Wiki. It was interesting to read that the entire order lacks tentacles or bell structures and filter feeds through its four oral lobes that are fused at the end to form 8 ostioles or 'suckling mouths'. I also see that this order of jellyfish is exclusively used for human consumption and might be tasty with some salt. :dopey:

Yeah, my username is a bit anthropocentric considering that jellies have never really been concerned with government or royalty. Maybe I am channeling all of the puff pieces that I have digested over the years. :ask:

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Ironclad wrote:welcome to the show :D

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Where did you get that? :waah:

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I do hope this is not too offensive for them, just trying to shake up the routine. :silenced:

:tehe:
I haven't heard anything about Mr. Woodchuckles' reaction yet. He's usually pretty forgiving if you're kind to small woodland creatures. Rather than do Hail Mary's, it's pennance like "bring acorns to a city park and give them to squirrels one by one". Punishment shouldn't be too too bad. :tongue:

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Spinozasgalt wrote:...when they arrive.


I'm already here.


Unfortunately, I am almost booked up from all the other chores I have to do for my feline companions, perhaps the woodland creatures will thank me for keeping them preoccupied. However, in the meantime here's an IOU for the ever perpetual spiritual work I must do to earn the woodland population's trust,

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Re: It's good to be here!

#30  Postby The_Piper » Aug 03, 2016 1:34 pm

:lol: :lol: :lol:
The Ghost of Mr. Woodchuckles has forgiven you, it seems. If you haven't been bitten by a mouse or attacked by a squirrel yet, then you're probably in the clear. You're lucky that he likes cats. :mrgreen:
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Re: It's good to be here!

#31  Postby tuco » Aug 03, 2016 6:26 pm

Evolving wrote:
Spinozasgalt wrote:...when they arrive.


I'm already here.


You don't count, snorky ;)
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