GRASS GROUND FIRE
These Pokémolp types are molpier, appear more redundantly, and give bonus Coffeestarssemenlava when OTTified.
Searched query: *semen*
Interesting that the bicycle escaped being affected by whatever it was that smoking-holed the building. So, not an explosion in the ordinary sense.svenman wrote:Looks like something now definitely happened after all. But what exactly? The results look very dramatic, at any rate...
HES wrote:The lifts in my office are broken...
Gingercat wrote:Xuys! Xuys!
I found a portal, xuys!
It leads out of the Basement and into the OTT!
I had to go via a tavern which is in the process of getting kicked to pieces by a Frost Giant, so I didn't stay in it very long.
yappobiscuits wrote:lmjb1964 wrote:Hi, yappo! It's so great to see you, but I'm sorry about the life m*stard. I hope things become molpish soon.
Hi! Molpish to see you too, and sorry to hear of your loss. We just gotta keep molping on...
While I fear this particular lifemustard will take a long time to recover from due to its high levels of mustardishness, there are molpish things afoot to help distract me... I'm just gonna repost this old ottification becauuuuse... I've recently found out I've got the part of Lancelot in an upcoming production of the musical Spamalot, so I will actually be performing that song (though sadly in its original non-ottified form) in the actual musical!
thunk wrote:Hi from the basement.
Sorry I couldn't post more either. My brain seems to be mustarded these mips. I can barely find the motivation to get my schoolwork done and I'm on effectively low power mode. Don't worry--I haven't forgotten about you all. I just need to wait things out.
balthasar_s wrote:75025mrobdex wrote:his Temporal Object Generator, now brightly glowing *75025*.
As if I already saw it somewhere...
The automome online interface What happened to its randomness?
I enter some pattern. Then I get the same few examples again and again.
as we continue forward the gradient is higher but we didn't cross the point after which we cannot return yet.
Eternal Density wrote:Soo I'm currently planning for the xkcd gamejam to hit the random comic button and make something based on whatever I get, rather than just going with Time automatically. Thoughts?
macraw83 wrote:Basementposting from the top of 2612...
I'm in the process of moving from the US east coast to the US west coast. Tuesday, shortly after leaving home I saw a truck that looked a lot like this:
Then last night as I was leaving a rest area in Missouri, I saw a couple small brown signs each with a short phrase on it, with the last saying Burma Shave... Sadly I wasn't paying enough attention to the first few too remember what they all said, since I wasn't expecting it as I'd never seen it before. Is it a Route 66 thing?
In any case, I miss this wowterful place and hope to pop back in soon!
GnomeAnne wrote:Their writers seem to have stolen our ketchup time Time-Sword graphic to use in their title card.
ggh wrote:Lifemustard, strife-flustered,Spoiler:Our Mighty Troubadour
Battles on bravely and
Takes all the hits.
Into our bosom he
Flies and we gleefully
Hug him to bits.
ucim wrote:Febrion's back! Callooo! Callay!
ucim wrote:You were missed!
ucim wrote:Note also that PMs are all mustarded up, so they seem to not go through, and that RELATEDlyℵ members don't seem to get (email) notices when they are quoted in posts or have any sort of notification here. So... if you're in the basement, keep peeking out those windows!
ucim wrote:<snip>[something about ice cream and salsa]
It gets coined much the way you just did it, once it's picked up. Which it probably will, because it's treeish, epsilonM and communal. But we need something for the Oxford Dropout... where because "foo and bar" is a thing itself, it's ambiguous if you don't know whether or not the Oxford Comma is in use. For example, "I had fish and chips, ice cream and salsa" screams for an Oxford Comma: "I had fish and chips, ice creamM and salsa". But what if I had ice cream, fish and chips and salsa? We'd need to disambiguate between "ice cream, fishM and chips and salsa" and " ice cream, fish and chipsM and salsa"Pfhorrest wrote:I don't quite know how the slang you guys use here gets coined, but might I suggest the use of a capital M (i.e. 0x4D) in place of an Oxford comma as an addition? As in "For lunch I ate a burrito, chipsM and salsa."
Tony Bryan wrote:The high groundwater level […] induces bouyancy in the basement. While this buoyancy may be overcome by the full weight of the finished building, a partially constructed building may not be of sufficient weight, so the basement may float upwards.
taixzo wrote:Considering tornadoes are formed by rising hot air; would tornadoes have been prevalent in a future sunken mediterranean basin? ("Would have been"? I'm never sure how to conjugate words when talking about a hypothetical future past.)
lmjb1964 wrote:But not the One True Thread, surely.
I know, I know, don't call you Shirley.
In other news, I will be having a most blessed audience with our Pope of the Holy Contradiction. It will involve the First Commandment for both of us, I think--him waiting for me to arrive, and me waiting for traffic to move. But I am Waiting for It eagerly nonetheless.
mrob27 wrote:I apologise for being rude and patronising. Re-reading my post, it looks like I was being really nasty. By Randall, I was tired.
addams wrote:I give up. Where in The World are you? If you are a private person you can tell us longitude and land mass.
GnomeAnne wrote:New OtherComic.
ok...thunk wrote:My previous location was a cold-winter environment with a deep frost line, hence most houses had basements.
Now I live in a place without them, which may explain the large market for storm shelters around here.
FTH: Ah, the wonderful system of edukacja.CL.
"No more filling out papers.
You can acomplish everything through the internet."
B: That's true, technically... Only that later you have to print it and bring to them physically, even though they have it in their system.
FTH: They like redundancy...
B: There is one thing they did right. Signing up for things.
FTH: Unless they make everyone sign up at exactly the same time...
What's our plan now?
Yeah, what's your plan?
GnomeAnne wrote:karhell wrote:
That's a cool graph, but having done both at once I have to say the scale you used doesn't come close to doing it justice.