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Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 2:06 am UTC
by Swordfish
I've been here a week and I've already had some person swear vengance upon me just for my major, I've been stabbed, and I've been emasculated.

Marvelous.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 2:08 am UTC
by thefiddler
Swordfish wrote:I've been here a week and I've already had some person swear vengance upon me just for my major, I've been stabbed, and I've been emasculated.

Marvelous.

It's our way of welcoming you into the family. :D

It's one of those tough love situations, you know?

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 2:08 am UTC
by Gordon
This forum seeps love.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 2:12 am UTC
by singing about potatoes
thefiddler wrote:
Swordfish wrote:Also, I've been bleeding for a really long time now, I must have more blood then I thought.

Or you're a woman. >.>

Welcome to my world. Except it doesn't come from the abdomen. Well, I mean...

Never mind. :P
Dude, how is that not the abdomen? It's sure as hell not the thorax, that has SECONDARY sex organs.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 2:14 am UTC
by Shro
singing about potatoes wrote:
thefiddler wrote:
Swordfish wrote:Also, I've been bleeding for a really long time now, I must have more blood then I thought.

Or you're a woman. >.>

Welcome to my world. Except it doesn't come from the abdomen. Well, I mean...

Never mind. :P
Dude, how is that not the abdomen? It's sure as hell not the thorax, that has SECONDARY sex organs.


The hoo-hoo is not the abdomen!

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 2:18 am UTC
by thefiddler
My uterus =/= my abdomen. :D

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 2:28 am UTC
by singing about potatoes
argyl3 wrote:
singing about potatoes wrote:
thefiddler wrote:
Swordfish wrote:Also, I've been bleeding for a really long time now, I must have more blood then I thought.

Or you're a woman. >.>

Welcome to my world. Except it doesn't come from the abdomen. Well, I mean...

Never mind. :P
Dude, how is that not the abdomen? It's sure as hell not the thorax, that has SECONDARY sex organs.


The hoo-hoo is not the abdomen!
But isn't it ON your abdomen?
EDIT: Exactly how quickly would I get banned if I started a poll thread about whether the vagina was on/part of the abdomen or not?

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 2:30 am UTC
by Gordon
*shakes head and walks away*

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 2:38 am UTC
by Shro
singing about potatoes wrote:
argyl3 wrote:
singing about potatoes wrote:
thefiddler wrote:
Swordfish wrote:Also, I've been bleeding for a really long time now, I must have more blood then I thought.

Or you're a woman. >.>

Welcome to my world. Except it doesn't come from the abdomen. Well, I mean...

Never mind. :P
Dude, how is that not the abdomen? It's sure as hell not the thorax, that has SECONDARY sex organs.


The hoo-hoo is not the abdomen!
But isn't it ON your abdomen?
EDIT: Exactly how quickly would I get banned if I started a poll thread about whether the vagina was on/part of the abdomen or not?


*Imagining people with vaginas on their bellies.*

Um... No?

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 2:46 am UTC
by singing about potatoes
argyl3 wrote:
singing about potatoes wrote:
argyl3 wrote:
singing about potatoes wrote:
thefiddler wrote:
Swordfish wrote:Also, I've been bleeding for a really long time now, I must have more blood then I thought.

Or you're a woman. >.>

Welcome to my world. Except it doesn't come from the abdomen. Well, I mean...

Never mind. :P
Dude, how is that not the abdomen? It's sure as hell not the thorax, that has SECONDARY sex organs.


The hoo-hoo is not the abdomen!
But isn't it ON your abdomen?
EDIT: Exactly how quickly would I get banned if I started a poll thread about whether the vagina was on/part of the abdomen or not?


*Imagining people with vaginas on their bellies.*

Um... No?
Nice mental image, but seriously, I think your abdomen includes the part of your body that's below your hips but not attached to either leg.
EDIT: According to Wikipedia, the testes are part of the abdomen, so I think the vagina is too.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 3:12 am UTC
by Swordfish
You know, with some of the tangents I've started here, I think I deserved all that "tough love" I got.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 3:27 am UTC
by singing about potatoes
Swordfish wrote:You know, with some of the tangents I've started here, I think I deserved all that "tough love" I got.
YOU'VE been emasculated? The first fuckin' post related to me in ANY WAY referred to me as female. You ain't got nothing. Or rather, you do.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 3:39 am UTC
by Swordfish
singing about potatoes wrote:YOU'VE been emasculated? The first fuckin' post related to me in ANY WAY referred to me as female. You ain't got nothing. Or rather, you do.


Well, that's your own damn fault for not revealing your gender in your first post. :P

I went ahead and told people that I was a guy in my first post and was still called a woman.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 3:43 am UTC
by singing about potatoes
Swordfish wrote:
singing about potatoes wrote:YOU'VE been emasculated? The first fuckin' post related to me in ANY WAY referred to me as female. You ain't got nothing. Or rather, you do.


Well, that's your own damn fault for not revealing your gender in your first post. :P

I went ahead and told people that I was a guy in my first post and was still called a woman.
Well, what kind of guy would want to be associated with an animal that obviously has a SEVERE need for compensation? ;)

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 3:55 am UTC
by Swordfish
singing about potatoes wrote:Well, what kind of guy would want to be associated with an animal that obviously has a SEVERE need for compensation? ;)


I didn't get my screenname from the fish, it's the name of the damn spacecraft in my avatar!

(There's no emoticon that adequately describes my emotion right now, so just think that I'm comically defensive.)

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 4:03 am UTC
by singing about potatoes
Swordfish wrote:
singing about potatoes wrote:Well, what kind of guy would want to be associated with an animal that obviously has a SEVERE need for compensation? ;)


I didn't get my screenname from the fish, it's the name of the damn spacecraft in my avatar!

(There's no emoticon that adequately describes my emotion right now, so just think that I'm comically defensive.)
Why the hell ISN'T there a comically defensive emoticon? That would be SO useful...
Anyway, I kind of assumed that, though I have no idea who would name a spacecraft after a fish. I still think that every military craft should be named after Asgardian mythology. Would you rather fly around in a Swordfish, or a Surtur?

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 4:16 am UTC
by Swordfish
singing about potatoes wrote:Why the hell ISN'T there a comically defensive emoticon? That would be SO useful...


That's often my emotion, so I would probably get a lot of use out of it.

Anyway, I think (not positive though) that the creaters of Cowboy Bebop had this in mind when they decided on the name. Plus, there's that laser-electricity-whatever cannon on the front of it that kinda gives it the fish's nose.

The only problem I have with naming them after Norse gods is that, after a while, your names would be pretty overused.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 4:19 am UTC
by singing about potatoes
Swordfish wrote:The only problem I have with naming them after Norse gods is that, after a while, your names would be pretty overused.
Not just gods. I'm pretty sure all the giants had names as well, and there were a buttload of giants.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 4:26 am UTC
by thefiddler
>.>

I love how I was the one who emasculated both of you, in case neither of you had made the connection. :D

Also, Cowboy Bebop was the best! I miss that show. :(

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 4:26 am UTC
by Fluff
Swordfish wrote:
I went ahead and told people that I was a guy in my first post and was still called a woman.



In that case, there's only one thing to do: You must don a pair of fishnet stockings and high heels, and sing about being a SWEET transvestite... transsexual.... from Transylvania.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 4:28 am UTC
by singing about potatoes
thefiddler wrote:>.>

I love how I was the one who emasculated both of you, in case neither of you had made the connection. :D
No, I don't think I was around when swordfish joined. Or maybe I just ignored him.
I think you need to get yourself a job performing vasectomies, or at least circumcisions.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 4:30 am UTC
by thefiddler
singing about potatoes wrote:
thefiddler wrote:>.>

I love how I was the one who emasculated both of you, in case neither of you had made the connection. :D
No, I don't think I was around when swordfish joined. Or maybe I just ignored him.
I think you need to get yourself a job performing vasectomies, or at least circumcisions.

...I just did at the top of the page. I called him a woman. :P

And no. Surgery. Eww. I don't want to cut people.

But otherwise, good idea. :D

ETA:
Fluff wrote:
Swordfish wrote:I went ahead and told people that I was a guy in my first post and was still called a woman.

In that case, there's only one thing to do: You must don a pair of fishnet stockings and high heels, and sing about being a SWEET transvestite... transsexual.... from Transylvania.

Ahh... Tim Curry... brings a smile to my face. :D

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 4:40 am UTC
by singing about potatoes
thefiddler wrote:
singing about potatoes wrote:
thefiddler wrote:>.>

I love how I was the one who emasculated both of you, in case neither of you had made the connection. :D
No, I don't think I was around when swordfish joined. Or maybe I just ignored him.
I think you need to get yourself a job performing vasectomies, or at least circumcisions.

...I just did at the top of the page. I called him a woman. :P

And no. Surgery. Eww. I don't want to cut people.

But otherwise, good idea. :D
Oh, that was while I was asleep, I believe. Yes, I do in fact sleep.

And yeah, I thought it was a good idea too. And if you don't want to cut people, how will you ever get ahead (pun intended) in life?

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 4:45 am UTC
by Swordfish
thefiddler wrote:I love how I was the one who emasculated both of you, in case neither of you had made the connection. :D


Well I was certainly aware that you're the one who did it to me, but I'm not too concerned with potato-boy's state of masculinity over there.


Ball crushing bitch...


Fluff wrote:In that case, there's only one thing to do: You must don a pair of fishnet stockings and high heels, and sing about being a SWEET transvestite... transsexual.... from Transylvania.


Actually I was considering a slow arduous process of regaining my manhood featuring tragedy, romance, and epic battles.

Either that or Seppuku.

Edit- actually, I've already been stabbed, so Seppuku would be a bit of a cop-out.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 4:48 am UTC
by singing about potatoes
Swordfish wrote:Well I was certainly aware that you're the one who did it to me, but I'm not too concerned with potato-boy's state of masculinity over there.

Is that a compliment to my masculinity or an insult to her ability to emasculate me?
Swordfish wrote:
Fluff wrote:In that case, there's only one thing to do: You must don a pair of fishnet stockings and high heels, and sing about being a SWEET transvestite... transsexual.... from Transylvania.


Actually I was considering a slow arduous process of regaining my manhood featuring tragedy, romance, and epic battles.

Either that or Seppuku.

Edit- actually, I've already been stabbed, so Seppuku would be a bit of a cop-out.
I thought seppuku involved actually REMOVING organs, in which case it would be overkill, but definitely an extension of the theme.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 4:49 am UTC
by thefiddler
Swordfish wrote:
thefiddler wrote:I love how I was the one who emasculated both of you, in case neither of you had made the connection. :D

Well I was certainly aware that you're the one who did it to me, but I'm not too concerned with potato-boy's state of masculinity over there.


Ball crushing bitch...

:( *peace cuddle?*

Hehe.

Swordfish wrote:
Fluff wrote:In that case, there's only one thing to do: You must don a pair of fishnet stockings and high heels, and sing about being a SWEET transvestite... transsexual.... from Transylvania.


Actually I was considering a slow arduous process of regaining my manhood featuring tragedy, romance, and epic battles.

Either that or Seppuku.

Edit- actually, I've already been stabbed, so Seppuku would be a bit of a cop-out.

Yeah, that's just lame.

I'm going to echo Hedda Gabler and tell you to "do it beautifully". Okies?

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 4:50 am UTC
by thefiddler
singing about potatoes wrote:
Swordfish wrote:Well I was certainly aware that you're the one who did it to me, but I'm not too concerned with potato-boy's state of masculinity over there.

Is that a compliment to my masculinity or an insult to her ability to emasculate me?

I believe it was more of a dismissal of your predicament. :P

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 4:51 am UTC
by singing about potatoes
thefiddler wrote:
singing about potatoes wrote:
Swordfish wrote:Well I was certainly aware that you're the one who did it to me, but I'm not too concerned with potato-boy's state of masculinity over there.

Is that a compliment to my masculinity or an insult to her ability to emasculate me?

I believe it was more of a dismissal of your predicament. :P
Which would imply the latter of the options I listed, no?

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 4:56 am UTC
by thefiddler
singing about potatoes wrote:
thefiddler wrote:
singing about potatoes wrote:
Swordfish wrote:Well I was certainly aware that you're the one who did it to me, but I'm not too concerned with potato-boy's state of masculinity over there.

Is that a compliment to my masculinity or an insult to her ability to emasculate me?

I believe it was more of a dismissal of your predicament. :P

Which would imply the latter of the options I listed, no?

No, he said nothing of my ability to emasculate you, only that he pretty much doesn't care whether or not it happens/ed.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 4:59 am UTC
by singing about potatoes
thefiddler wrote:
singing about potatoes wrote:
thefiddler wrote:
singing about potatoes wrote:
Swordfish wrote:Well I was certainly aware that you're the one who did it to me, but I'm not too concerned with potato-boy's state of masculinity over there.

Is that a compliment to my masculinity or an insult to her ability to emasculate me?

I believe it was more of a dismissal of your predicament. :P

Which would imply the latter of the options I listed, no?

No, he said nothing of my ability to emasculate you, only that he pretty much doesn't care whether or not it happens/ed.
Oh, so he was basically just expressing a lack of interest in the continued wellbeing of my genitalia? What happened to guys standing together?
By the way, I'm getting off teh intarvebs for tonight. Find someone else to tease/argue with.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 5:05 am UTC
by thefiddler
singing about potatoes wrote:
thefiddler wrote:
singing about potatoes wrote:
thefiddler wrote:
singing about potatoes wrote:
Swordfish wrote:Well I was certainly aware that you're the one who did it to me, but I'm not too concerned with potato-boy's state of masculinity over there.

Is that a compliment to my masculinity or an insult to her ability to emasculate me?

I believe it was more of a dismissal of your predicament. :P

Which would imply the latter of the options I listed, no?

No, he said nothing of my ability to emasculate you, only that he pretty much doesn't care whether or not it happens/ed.

Oh, so he was basically just expressing a lack of interest in the continued wellbeing of my genitalia? What happened to guys standing together?
By the way, I'm getting off teh intarvebs for tonight. Find someone else to tease/argue with.

Yeah, that's pretty much what I got out of it. :D

What happened is I emasculated him. He no longer feels kinship to you. :P Although, maybe he does because I've done it to both of you now. Hehehe. :D

Anyways. G'night, ruiner of fun. :( Sleep is for the weak.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 5:07 am UTC
by Fluff
singing about potatoes wrote:
thefiddler wrote:I use outdated words, too, such as "nifty," "swell," "golly gee" (but that is more of an ironic statement mocking people), and a few others that I can't think of off the top of my head.
Do you use groovy? Groovy is the most awesome word I've ever used (and I abuse it a bit, unfortunately; my friends often rag me for saying that the latest heavy metal song they've downloaded is "groovy").



I use 'ace,' 'wicked,' 'top,' 'decent,' and 'skills,' the most, but sometimes throw in 'fantastic,' 'fabulous,' 'superb,' 'sterling,' and 'safe.' :P

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 5:12 am UTC
by Swordfish
singing about potatoes wrote:I thought seppuku involved actually REMOVING organs, in which case it would be overkill, but definitely an extension of the theme.


Right, the hard part is already done, so all I have to do is pull my intestines out of the stab wound.

And fiddler was right, potato-fetish, the condition of your genitalia is of no interest to me.

As for you, fiddler, now that I have a quest of epic proportions ahead of me to regain my manhood and my honor (yeah Seppuku was too easy with a pre-existing wound to work with), I'm too busy to be angry at you... even though you necessitated it.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 5:14 am UTC
by thefiddler
Swordfish wrote:As for you, fiddler, now that I have a quest of epic proportions ahead of me to regain my manhood and my honor (yeah Seppuku was too easy with a pre-existing wound to work with), I'm too busy to be angry at you... even though you necessitated it.

Seeing as how I'm the one who took it away, I alone can bestow it upon you again.

Better start kissing ass. :P

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 5:17 am UTC
by Swordfish
thefiddler wrote:Seeing as how I'm the one who took it away, I alone can bestow it upon you again.

Better start kissing ass. :P


What if I slay the dragon? Then can I have it back?

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 5:19 am UTC
by thefiddler
Swordfish wrote:
thefiddler wrote:Seeing as how I'm the one who took it away, I alone can bestow it upon you again.

Better start kissing ass. :P

What if I slay the dragon? Then can I have it back?

First of all, I am not a damsel in distress. :evil:

Secondly, what dragon? >.>

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 5:27 am UTC
by Swordfish
thefiddler wrote:First of all, I am not a damsel in distress. :evil:

Secondly, what dragon? >.>


I never said you were a damsel in distress, just nothing screams manliness like slaying a dragon.

Secondly... That dragon. *Points outside to an impatient looking dragon who has his arms crossed and is tapping his foot*

On a related note, after looking at a few other threads here, I feel even worse now realizing that the girl who emasculated me is three years younger then me.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 5:30 am UTC
by thefiddler
Swordfish wrote:
thefiddler wrote:First of all, I am not a damsel in distress. :evil:

Secondly, what dragon? >.>

I never said you were a damsel in distress, just nothing screams manliness like slaying a dragon.

Secondly... That dragon. *Points outside to an impatient looking dragon who has his arms crossed and is tapping his foot*

On a related note, after looking at a few other threads here, I feel even worse now realizing that the girl who emasculated me is three years younger then me.

Well the need for a male to "slay dragons" implies helplessness which in turn is acknowledged as "damsel in distress." :roll: Society never fails to make me laugh...

Oh, well, if the dragon is impatient for you to slay it, by all means, go ahead. :D

And, hey! No need to bring age into this. You have fight fair. :evil: Age means nothing!

EDIT: How old did you think I was, anyway? I'm curious, now.

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 5:30 am UTC
by shimavak
thefiddler wrote:First of all, I am not a damsel in distress. :evil:

Secondly, what dragon? >.>


Do I get bonus points for thinking:

I ain't no damsel in distress,
and I don't need to be rescued;
so put me down, punk.
Maybe you'd prefer a maiden fair...


Edit: Or rather, do I get to bestow any bonus points to any others for thinking this?

Posted: Fri Mar 09, 2007 5:38 am UTC
by Swordfish
thefiddler wrote:Well the need for a male to "slay dragons" implies helplessness which in turn is acknowledged as "damsel in distress." :roll: Society never fails to make me laugh...

Oh, well, if the dragon is impatient for you to slay it, by all means, go ahead. :D

And, hey! No need to bring age into this. You have fight fair. :evil: Age means nothing!


(Managing all of these quote tags is beginning to become rather mentally taxing.)

Hey, there are other reasons to slay dragons. For instance, my reason to slay the dragon. Or saving the townsfolk, granted I suppose that would involve several damsels in distress, but also men.

As for age, I feel my added experience should have given me the advantage, and thus protect me from having my manhood stolen by someone younger then me... or at least make it easier to take back from them.

Anyway, *crack knuckles* where's my sword, theres a dragon that needs me to give him the ole what-for. Anyone up for dragon steaks?

Edit- I had no idea how old you were, I just came upon your age in the mastubation topic and was further dissapointed by myself.