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2012-10-03 12:46:33 AM
nerdbastards.com
 
2012-10-03 02:13:15 AM

Triumph: [nerdbastards.com image 486x340]


I must admit, I'd roll it.
 
2012-10-03 03:03:59 AM
I know quite a few very attractive women that could fill that position.
 
2012-10-03 05:12:32 AM
www.howardstern.com

Topless. T-O-P-L-E-S-S?
 
2012-10-03 05:17:35 AM
I don't think the C-cup is going to be a difficult thing to find among D&D grognards. The female part is going to be much trickier.
 
2012-10-03 05:21:00 AM
Oh holy hell... They Instagreened this?

If they had put this on the front page... We could have had another one of these...

AKA the #1 thread in Fark History...
 
2012-10-03 05:25:43 AM

Shadow Blasko: Oh holy hell... They Instagreened this?

If they had put this on the front page... We could have had another one of these...

AKA the #1 thread in Fark History...


i've been lurking around here a LONG time (my previous log in started in '01)...how in the hell did I miss that one...



That said, my L5R game was estrogen heavy back in the day. Myself and 8 players. There were only two other dudes...
 
2012-10-03 05:29:37 AM

RatMaster999: i've been lurking around here a LONG time (my previous log in started in '01)...how in the hell did I miss that one...


That thread spawned 6 spin-off threads... two google/yahoo groups, and 3 marriages that I know of.

Srsly.
 
2012-10-03 05:31:36 AM
farm4.static.flickr.com

/Yes, I took that pic.
 
2012-10-03 05:35:09 AM
They're going to regret mentioning the cup size but not weight
 
2012-10-03 05:39:00 AM

Shadow Blasko: Oh holy hell... They Instagreened this?

If they had put this on the front page... We could have had another one of these...

AKA the #1 thread in Fark History...


It is now. Cross posted to the Geek tab too. Let the fun begin. :-D
 
2012-10-03 05:41:05 AM

Bathia_Mapes: Shadow Blasko: Oh holy hell... They Instagreened this?

If they had put this on the front page... We could have had another one of these...

AKA the #1 thread in Fark History...

It is now. Cross posted to the Geek tab too. Let the fun begin. :-D


I just saw that... Roxxors.

/Wonder if it could balance the 5000+ thread that I am CERTAIN is coming for the debates tonight.
 
2012-10-03 05:42:15 AM

Shadow Blasko: RatMaster999: i've been lurking around here a LONG time (my previous log in started in '01)...how in the hell did I miss that one...

That thread spawned 6 spin-off threads... two google/yahoo groups, and 3 marriages that I know of.

Srsly.


Wow...that is impressive. I'm so bummed I missed it.
 
2012-10-03 05:43:40 AM

RatMaster999: Shadow Blasko: RatMaster999: i've been lurking around here a LONG time (my previous log in started in '01)...how in the hell did I miss that one...

That thread spawned 6 spin-off threads... two google/yahoo groups, and 3 marriages that I know of.

Srsly.

Wow...that is impressive. I'm so bummed I missed it.


It could happen again. It was greened at a point where it sat at the top of the page for quite some time, so it had that going for it, but this thread might have potential.
 
2012-10-03 05:43:45 AM
Bah. Real gamers would run Pathfinder!
 
2012-10-03 05:46:16 AM
Got GM'ed by the Molotov Cocktease chick at StratCon this year. Worked for me.
 
2012-10-03 05:48:34 AM

Farabor: Bah. Real gamers would run Pathfinder!


Real gamers would stick to poker, at least there's skill involved in that.
 
2012-10-03 05:52:34 AM

Shadow Blasko: Bathia_Mapes: Shadow Blasko: Oh holy hell... They Instagreened this?

If they had put this on the front page... We could have had another one of these...

AKA the #1 thread in Fark History...

It is now. Cross posted to the Geek tab too. Let the fun begin. :-D

I just saw that... Roxxors.

/Wonder if it could balance the 5000+ thread that I am CERTAIN is coming for the debates tonight.


Oh, I think this thread will do well, but not quite as well as the inevitable debate discussion thread tonight. Just going by the GOP VP thread, the debate thread will be massive. The August 11th thread where farkers were speculating as to whom Romney would pick had over 800 comments. The thread where Romney named Ryan as his running mate had over 1,500 comments.

And the RNC (3 days) & DNC (3 days) discussion threads had massive amounts of submissions. I think we can expect that with tonight's debates since there's sure to be a discussion thread.
 
2012-10-03 05:52:50 AM
www.badhaven.com

What a qualified candidate might look like.
 
2012-10-03 05:53:08 AM
Now that's what I call living inn a world of fantasy.

Did recently get a beej while playing KoA on the X-Box recently tho, but that's as close as I'll be able to bring sex and RPGs during my stay on the prime material plane.
 
2012-10-03 05:57:54 AM
And back in the day, we just ran a game where we went after Tiamat for New Years Eve.

/captured a Red and White attendant dragon by myself
//Flex
 
2012-10-03 05:58:00 AM

Bathia_Mapes: Oh, I think this thread will do well, but not quite as well as the inevitable debate discussion thread tonight. Just going by the GOP VP thread, the debate thread will be massive. The August 11th thread where farkers were speculating as to whom Romney would pick had over 800 comments. The thread where Romney named Ryan as his running mate had over 1,500 comments.


The top commented links have changed considerably over the last year. I remember when the 2008 debate threads were near the top.

I thought Mike nuked the "last post" threads, but they seem to be back. Not that I mind, I think I was in a couple of those.

I wonder how many comments I had in the epic geek love in thread...
 
2012-10-03 05:58:16 AM

RatMaster999: Shadow Blasko: RatMaster999: i've been lurking around here a LONG time (my previous log in started in '01)...how in the hell did I miss that one...

That thread spawned 6 spin-off threads... two google/yahoo groups, and 3 marriages that I know of.

Srsly.

Wow...that is impressive. I'm so bummed I missed it.


Same here. I was lurking by 2008 but I guess that one slipped by. I was about to sit down and read it until I saw that it had over 20,000 comments. I've got time, just not that kind of time.
 
2012-10-03 06:00:18 AM
askthedm.files.wordpress.com

sleep500.com

www.triggabytes.com

hahabomb.com

images.geeknative.com.s3.amazonaws.com

www.chipchick.com
 
2012-10-03 06:00:30 AM
No, Marcie! You didn't have to do that!
 
2012-10-03 06:02:05 AM

miss diminutive: RatMaster999: Shadow Blasko: RatMaster999: i've been lurking around here a LONG time (my previous log in started in '01)...how in the hell did I miss that one...

That thread spawned 6 spin-off threads... two google/yahoo groups, and 3 marriages that I know of.

Srsly.

Wow...that is impressive. I'm so bummed I missed it.

Same here. I was lurking by 2008 but I guess that one slipped by. I was about to sit down and read it until I saw that it had over 20,000 comments. I've got time, just not that kind of time.


I think the geekiest thread in fark history would have to be this one...

Can-a-light-saber-cut-through-adamantium-Discuss

Where we ended up with people from DC comics and physicists helping us out. (only 789 comments)

It is a very fun read.
 
2012-10-03 06:05:13 AM

RatMaster999: Shadow Blasko: Oh holy hell... They Instagreened this?

If they had put this on the front page... We could have had another one of these...

AKA the #1 thread in Fark History...

i've been lurking around here a LONG time (my previous log in started in '01)...how in the hell did I miss that one...

That said, my L5R game was estrogen heavy back in the day. Myself and 8 players. There were only two other dudes...


I ran a year and a half long CALL OF CTHULHU campaign with 1 male and 2 female regulars (with
lots of drop ins).

It was a lot of fun, and the women were just as cut throat as any of the male gamers I've ever known
(though it wasn't really a combat-heavy game).
 
2012-10-03 06:05:39 AM

Shadow Blasko: Bathia_Mapes: Oh, I think this thread will do well, but not quite as well as the inevitable debate discussion thread tonight. Just going by the GOP VP thread, the debate thread will be massive. The August 11th thread where farkers were speculating as to whom Romney would pick had over 800 comments. The thread where Romney named Ryan as his running mate had over 1,500 comments.

The top commented links have changed considerably over the last year. I remember when the 2008 debate threads were near the top.

I thought Mike nuked the "last post" threads, but they seem to be back. Not that I mind, I think I was in a couple of those.

I wonder how many comments I had in the epic geek love in thread...


That threads sounds as though it was a lot of fun.
 
2012-10-03 06:09:53 AM

DjangoStonereaver: RatMaster999: Shadow Blasko: Oh holy hell... They Instagreened this?

If they had put this on the front page... We could have had another one of these...

AKA the #1 thread in Fark History...

i've been lurking around here a LONG time (my previous log in started in '01)...how in the hell did I miss that one...

That said, my L5R game was estrogen heavy back in the day. Myself and 8 players. There were only two other dudes...

I ran a year and a half long CALL OF CTHULHU campaign with 1 male and 2 female regulars (with
lots of drop ins).

It was a lot of fun, and the women were just as cut throat as any of the male gamers I've ever known
(though it wasn't really a combat-heavy game).


The L5R game could get pretty bloodthirsty. And the Shadowrun game with mostly the same group...

/hopefully starting up a small Pathfinder game in 2 weeks
 
2012-10-03 06:12:19 AM

Bathia_Mapes: Shadow Blasko: Bathia_Mapes: Oh, I think this thread will do well, but not quite as well as the inevitable debate discussion thread tonight. Just going by the GOP VP thread, the debate thread will be massive. The August 11th thread where farkers were speculating as to whom Romney would pick had over 800 comments. The thread where Romney named Ryan as his running mate had over 1,500 comments.

The top commented links have changed considerably over the last year. I remember when the 2008 debate threads were near the top.

I thought Mike nuked the "last post" threads, but they seem to be back. Not that I mind, I think I was in a couple of those.

I wonder how many comments I had in the epic geek love in thread...

That threads sounds as though it was a lot of fun.


It was. We trolled the mods, the mods trolled us, much fun was had on every level. Parallel discussions were had on myspace and googlegroups for images that we wanted to share that we didn't want everyone to see. People set up parties that happened while the thread was still active. It really was a neat coming together of like minded freaks. If I recall correctly it was also the first thread that forced pagination for TF'rs at the 500 post level.

I don't think I got a lot of sleep during that period of time, but I made a lot of new friends.
 
2012-10-03 06:13:28 AM

Farabor: Bah. Real gamers would run Pathfinder!


Wondered how long it would take for someone to say this.

Having played in several gaming groups in the last few years, the stereotype is quickly fading, 6 fat guys in a basement gaming, lots of girls in the mix.

The games that I've DMed at PAX East the last few years have always contained at least one girl, if not more.
 
2012-10-03 06:13:42 AM

Shadow Blasko: Bathia_Mapes: Shadow Blasko: Bathia_Mapes: Oh, I think this thread will do well, but not quite as well as the inevitable debate discussion thread tonight. Just going by the GOP VP thread, the debate thread will be massive. The August 11th thread where farkers were speculating as to whom Romney would pick had over 800 comments. The thread where Romney named Ryan as his running mate had over 1,500 comments.

The top commented links have changed considerably over the last year. I remember when the 2008 debate threads were near the top.

I thought Mike nuked the "last post" threads, but they seem to be back. Not that I mind, I think I was in a couple of those.

I wonder how many comments I had in the epic geek love in thread...

That threads sounds as though it was a lot of fun.

It was. We trolled the mods, the mods trolled us, much fun was had on every level. Parallel discussions were had on myspace and googlegroups for images that we wanted to share that we didn't want everyone to see. People set up parties that happened while the thread was still active. It really was a neat coming together of like minded freaks. If I recall correctly it was also the first thread that forced pagination for TF'rs at the 500 post level.

I don't think I got a lot of sleep during that period of time, but I made a lot of new friends.


That's awesome. Sadly, I have to work today...and should get to bed soonish. I'm definitely coming back in here, though. Don't expect I'll be too productive at work...
 
2012-10-03 06:13:50 AM

Shadow Blasko: Bathia_Mapes: Shadow Blasko: Bathia_Mapes: Oh, I think this thread will do well, but not quite as well as the inevitable debate discussion thread tonight. Just going by the GOP VP thread, the debate thread will be massive. The August 11th thread where farkers were speculating as to whom Romney would pick had over 800 comments. The thread where Romney named Ryan as his running mate had over 1,500 comments.

The top commented links have changed considerably over the last year. I remember when the 2008 debate threads were near the top.

I thought Mike nuked the "last post" threads, but they seem to be back. Not that I mind, I think I was in a couple of those.

I wonder how many comments I had in the epic geek love in thread...

That threads sounds as though it was a lot of fun.

It was. We trolled the mods, the mods trolled us, much fun was had on every level. Parallel discussions were had on myspace and googlegroups for images that we wanted to share that we didn't want everyone to see. People set up parties that happened while the thread was still active. It really was a neat coming together of like minded freaks. If I recall correctly it was also the first thread that forced pagination for TF'rs at the 500 post level.

I don't think I got a lot of sleep during that period of time, but I made a lot of new friends.


Heh! Sleep is seriously overrated anyway.
 
2012-10-03 06:14:02 AM

RatMaster999: And the Shadowrun game with mostly the same group...


I know quite a few SR players.

(As well as where the online servers are, and some of the artists for the game.)

Nice rats btw... I work with the fluffytail versions.
 
2012-10-03 06:15:06 AM

Shadow Blasko: miss diminutive: RatMaster999: Shadow Blasko: RatMaster999: i've been lurking around here a LONG time (my previous log in started in '01)...how in the hell did I miss that one...

That thread spawned 6 spin-off threads... two google/yahoo groups, and 3 marriages that I know of.

Srsly.

Wow...that is impressive. I'm so bummed I missed it.

Same here. I was lurking by 2008 but I guess that one slipped by. I was about to sit down and read it until I saw that it had over 20,000 comments. I've got time, just not that kind of time.

I think the geekiest thread in fark history would have to be this one...

Can-a-light-saber-cut-through-adamantium-Discuss

Where we ended up with people from DC comics and physicists helping us out. (only 789 comments)

It is a very fun read.


I've seen someone link to that one before, so I've had a chance to read it and marvel at the sheer wondrous geekitude. I also remember one thread where people basically wrote how they thought the star wars prequels should have gone. It didn't have massive amounts of comments, but I do remember thinking that a decent number of Farkers stories sounded much better than the actual prequels themselves.
 
2012-10-03 06:16:15 AM

Klivian: Having played in several gaming groups in the last few years, the stereotype is quickly fading, 6 fat guys in a basement gaming, lots of girls in the mix.

The games that I've DMed at PAX East the last few years have always contained at least one girl, if not more.



Most of the most aggressive tabletop players I know are women, and I still think they make the best DM's.

/Walking through gencon over the years has surprised me every year with the increasing number of EXCELLENT gamers who win some of the hardest competitions... Who just happen to also be gorgeous women.
 
2012-10-03 06:19:28 AM

Shadow Blasko: RatMaster999: And the Shadowrun game with mostly the same group...

I know quite a few SR players.

(As well as where the online servers are, and some of the artists for the game.)

Nice rats btw... I work with the fluffytail versions.


My son isn't a farker, but he still would probably be interested in this thread since he's a gamer. D&D with one group, Magic with another.
 
2012-10-03 06:20:40 AM

Shadow Blasko: RatMaster999: And the Shadowrun game with mostly the same group...

I know quite a few SR players.

(As well as where the online servers are, and some of the artists for the game.)

Nice rats btw... I work with the fluffytail versions.


SR is a great game (well, was as of SR3...haven't had the cash to get into 4). I wanted to work for FASA when I went into college, then they died out.

Thank you. You work with squirrels? That's cool. Had one for a little while. Rescued it from a cat. Once he was healthy, we let him go.
 
2012-10-03 06:21:35 AM

Shadow Blasko: Klivian: Having played in several gaming groups in the last few years, the stereotype is quickly fading, 6 fat guys in a basement gaming, lots of girls in the mix.

The games that I've DMed at PAX East the last few years have always contained at least one girl, if not more.


Most of the most aggressive tabletop players I know are women, and I still think they make the best DM's.

/Walking through gencon over the years has surprised me every year with the increasing number of EXCELLENT gamers who win some of the hardest competitions... Who just happen to also be gorgeous women.


I agree 100% with the trend toward more women being interested in gaming, and not just for the
eye-candy factor (lets face it: an ugly woman is generally a lot prettier than most male gamers). It
not only brings a different perspective to the hobby, but it also helps dispel certain gender myths
that women are always more kind and nurturing than men. At the table, you're not a man or a woman,
you're a gamer.

And that's as it should be.
 
2012-10-03 06:22:01 AM

Bathia_Mapes: Heh! Sleep is seriously overrated anyway.


True that.

I think one of the funniest things about the geek thread was when we got out of line... one of the mods would post...

Well... This.

i.imgur.com

And that was all that was needed.

/Such a well behaved bunch of deviants.
 
2012-10-03 06:24:05 AM

Shadow Blasko: Bathia_Mapes: Heh! Sleep is seriously overrated anyway.

True that.

I think one of the funniest things about the geek thread was when we got out of line... one of the mods would post...

Well... This.

[i.imgur.com image 578x95]

And that was all that was needed.

/Such a well behaved bunch of deviants.


lulz

I expect that's gonna happen, or something similar. We're a bunch of pervy geeks.
 
2012-10-03 06:24:06 AM

RatMaster999: Thank you. You work with squirrels? That's cool. Had one for a little while. Rescued it from a cat. Once he was healthy, we let him go.


Yep.

My ex is a wildlife rehabber, and I worked with her (and still do) for 12 years.

We have a 13 year old Eastern gray squirrel.
 
2012-10-03 06:25:35 AM

Shadow Blasko: Klivian: Having played in several gaming groups in the last few years, the stereotype is quickly fading, 6 fat guys in a basement gaming, lots of girls in the mix.

The games that I've DMed at PAX East the last few years have always contained at least one girl, if not more.


Most of the most aggressive tabletop players I know are women, and I still think they make the best DM's.

/Walking through gencon over the years has surprised me every year with the increasing number of EXCELLENT gamers who win some of the hardest competitions... Who just happen to also be gorgeous women.


That's cause they distract their opponents with their boobs, like a self-defense mechanisim by some insects who have large "eyes" on their wings.
 
2012-10-03 06:25:35 AM

Klivian: Having played in several gaming groups in the last few years, the stereotype is quickly fading, 6 fat guys in a basement gaming, lots of girls in the mix.

The games that I've DMed at PAX East the last few years have always contained at least one girl, if not more.


Didn't D&D always have girls? It certainly did when I played it back in the early '80s.
 
2012-10-03 06:26:29 AM
 
2012-10-03 06:27:45 AM
encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com
 
2012-10-03 06:27:55 AM

Shadow Blasko: RatMaster999: Thank you. You work with squirrels? That's cool. Had one for a little while. Rescued it from a cat. Once he was healthy, we let him go.

Yep.

My ex is a wildlife rehabber, and I worked with her (and still do) for 12 years.

We have a 13 year old Eastern gray squirrel.


That's very noble work.

Awwwwesome.
 
2012-10-03 06:28:34 AM

Smoking GNU: That's cause they distract their opponents with their boobs, like a self-defense mechanisim by some insects who have large "eyes" on their wings.


True, but even as a ... well... breast enthusiast, I can turn that off when need be. I mean, hell... I've spent 22 years working at Renaissance Festivals, and several years dressing up women in corsets and latex fetish outfits...

From a purely asexual (as asexual as one can be when you realize that the sexiest thing on a woman is indeed between her ears, not her arms) standpoint, the hawt ones have the ... wicked factor... that seems to make them excel at competitive gaming.
 
2012-10-03 06:29:33 AM

DjangoStonereaver: What the people who posted the ad want (NSFW).


That table is entirely too small.

And her dice don't match.
 
2012-10-03 06:30:43 AM

Shadow Blasko: Smoking GNU: That's cause they distract their opponents with their boobs, like a self-defense mechanisim by some insects who have large "eyes" on their wings.

True, but even as a ... well... breast enthusiast, I can turn that off when need be. I mean, hell... I've spent 22 years working at Renaissance Festivals, and several years dressing up women in corsets and latex fetish outfits...

From a purely asexual (as asexual as one can be when you realize that the sexiest thing on a woman is indeed between her ears, not her arms) standpoint, the hawt ones have the ... wicked factor... that seems to make them excel at competitive gaming.


You've been inoculated, most tabletop gamers haven't. Your point is invalid.
 
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