What made your day / made you smile today?

Talk about anything and everything.

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Magic J » 15 March 2020, 20:33

Restrung my guitar with some Ernie Ball Acoustics. Sounds miles better now. The rust on my old ones was getting bad enough that I had to check if had my tetanus shot. :P
Be Excellent to each other.
User avatar
Magic J
 
Posts: 723
+1s received: 532
Joined: 20 December 2012, 23:06
Location: Scotland
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby rogonandi » 16 March 2020, 09:40

This is what the next city in the game is going to look like. :D
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.
Gary was here!
Ash is a loser!


Image
User avatar
rogonandi
 
Posts: 1541
+1s received: 1027
Joined: 12 May 2016, 10:02
Location: Ontario
Country: Canada (ca)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby erti » 16 March 2020, 09:42

rogonandi wrote:This is what the next city in the game is going to look like. :D


What’s the game called?
User avatar
erti
 
Posts: 783
+1s received: 526
Joined: 30 November 2018, 09:58
Location: Columbus, Ohio
Country: United States (us)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby rogonandi » 16 March 2020, 09:44

erti wrote:
rogonandi wrote:This is what the next city in the game is going to look like. :D


What’s the game called?

As of now the working title is “The Fixers” and it’s an RPG. :)
Gary was here!
Ash is a loser!


Image
User avatar
rogonandi
 
Posts: 1541
+1s received: 1027
Joined: 12 May 2016, 10:02
Location: Ontario
Country: Canada (ca)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby erti » 16 March 2020, 09:48

rogonandi wrote:
erti wrote:
rogonandi wrote:This is what the next city in the game is going to look like. :D


What’s the game called?

As of now the working title is “The Fixers” and it’s an RPG. :)


Nice! I couldn’t get into programming but I got into animation and was in school for it. But never finished. Since taking out a loan I ended up dropping out. If I do go back to school it’s to be a math teacher.
User avatar
erti
 
Posts: 783
+1s received: 526
Joined: 30 November 2018, 09:58
Location: Columbus, Ohio
Country: United States (us)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby ceez » 16 March 2020, 18:01

Being a big perv at the gym today sneaking glances at bubble butts :)
User avatar
ceez
 
Posts: 90
+1s received: 50
Joined: 8 April 2018, 14:24
Country: United States (us)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby René » 18 March 2020, 01:26

One thing I love about being in America (Maryland in this case) is all the nice black people :keke:
Black women especially - we always seem to end up chatting with some when we go to Walmart.

I wish we had more of them in Scotland. I think we have like one black lady living in our whole town :P
ImageImageImageImage
User avatar
René
Administrator
 
Posts: 5542
+1s received: 1639
Joined: 20 December 2012, 20:12
Location: Lanarkshire, Scotland
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby erti » 18 March 2020, 01:34

René wrote:One thing I love about being in America (Maryland in this case) is all the nice black people :keke:
Black women especially - we always seem to end up chatting with some when we go to Walmart.

I wish we had more of them in Scotland. I think we have like one black lady living in our whole town :P


Lol you need to try a black ladies fried chicken. At least when my uncle was alive and I was helping him out he had a friend who made fried chicken for us. Idk how she did it but it was banging. Sorry but I’ve not had any better fried chicken that didn’t come from a black lady.
User avatar
erti
 
Posts: 783
+1s received: 526
Joined: 30 November 2018, 09:58
Location: Columbus, Ohio
Country: United States (us)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby René » 18 March 2020, 01:37

erti wrote:
René wrote:One thing I love about being in America (Maryland in this case) is all the nice black people :keke:
Black women especially - we always seem to end up chatting with some when we go to Walmart.

I wish we had more of them in Scotland. I think we have like one black lady living in our whole town :P

Lol you need to try a black ladies fried chicken. At least when my uncle was alive and I was helping him out he had a friend who made fried chicken for us. Idk how she did it but it was banging. Sorry but I’ve not had any better fried chicken that didn’t come from a black lady.

Vegetarian here, haha. Maybe they could work their magic on vegetarian chicken too? :P
ImageImageImageImage
User avatar
René
Administrator
 
Posts: 5542
+1s received: 1639
Joined: 20 December 2012, 20:12
Location: Lanarkshire, Scotland
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby erti » 18 March 2020, 01:43

René wrote:
erti wrote:
René wrote:One thing I love about being in America (Maryland in this case) is all the nice black people :keke:
Black women especially - we always seem to end up chatting with some when we go to Walmart.

I wish we had more of them in Scotland. I think we have like one black lady living in our whole town :P

Lol you need to try a black ladies fried chicken. At least when my uncle was alive and I was helping him out he had a friend who made fried chicken for us. Idk how she did it but it was banging. Sorry but I’ve not had any better fried chicken that didn’t come from a black lady.

Vegetarian here, haha. Maybe they could work their magic on vegetarian chicken too? :P


Lol trying to picture fried vegetarian “chicken”. Tofu? Idk maybe? Though you’d be missing out sucking the meat off the bone which is the best part.
User avatar
erti
 
Posts: 783
+1s received: 526
Joined: 30 November 2018, 09:58
Location: Columbus, Ohio
Country: United States (us)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby René » 18 March 2020, 01:45

erti wrote:
René wrote:
erti wrote:
René wrote:One thing I love about being in America (Maryland in this case) is all the nice black people :keke:
Black women especially - we always seem to end up chatting with some when we go to Walmart.

I wish we had more of them in Scotland. I think we have like one black lady living in our whole town :P

Lol you need to try a black ladies fried chicken. At least when my uncle was alive and I was helping him out he had a friend who made fried chicken for us. Idk how she did it but it was banging. Sorry but I’ve not had any better fried chicken that didn’t come from a black lady.

Vegetarian here, haha. Maybe they could work their magic on vegetarian chicken too? :P


Lol trying to picture fried vegetarian “chicken”. Tofu? Idk maybe? Though you’d be missing out sucking the meat off the bone which is the best part.

That sounds seriously off-putting. :P

I don't know about in the US, but we've got some amazing meat substitute products in the UK that are barely distinguishable from the real thing and often I actually prefer them :)
ImageImageImageImage
User avatar
René
Administrator
 
Posts: 5542
+1s received: 1639
Joined: 20 December 2012, 20:12
Location: Lanarkshire, Scotland
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Derek » 18 March 2020, 01:55

I'm very curious to try your wonderful meat substitutes. I'm extremely skeptical but I'd be open to cutting down on my meat consumption.
User avatar
Derek
 
Posts: 5936
+1s received: 2036
Joined: 21 December 2012, 02:12
Country: United States (us)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby erti » 18 March 2020, 01:55

René wrote:
erti wrote:
René wrote:
erti wrote:
René wrote:One thing I love about being in America (Maryland in this case) is all the nice black people :keke:
Black women especially - we always seem to end up chatting with some when we go to Walmart.

I wish we had more of them in Scotland. I think we have like one black lady living in our whole town :P

Lol you need to try a black ladies fried chicken. At least when my uncle was alive and I was helping him out he had a friend who made fried chicken for us. Idk how she did it but it was banging. Sorry but I’ve not had any better fried chicken that didn’t come from a black lady.

Vegetarian here, haha. Maybe they could work their magic on vegetarian chicken too? :P


Lol trying to picture fried vegetarian “chicken”. Tofu? Idk maybe? Though you’d be missing out sucking the meat off the bone which is the best part.

That sounds seriously off-putting. :P

I don't know about in the US, but we've got some amazing meat substitute products in the UK that are barely distinguishable from the real thing and often I actually prefer them :)


Lol well you’re gay right? ;)

All jokes aside I’ve never tried many different vegetarian options. If I were to go vegan/vegetarian it would require a lot more food planning for nutrition and such. At least where I’m from. The main thing is prices for the the more healthier options. Right now I’m lucky I’m eating at all because my food stamps are cut and I need to get it fixed and I’m living on about 800 dollars a month. I don’t see myself giving up meat anyways. I always feel sluggish when I’ve not had much meat/protein. I need a little bit more education on nutrition.
User avatar
erti
 
Posts: 783
+1s received: 526
Joined: 30 November 2018, 09:58
Location: Columbus, Ohio
Country: United States (us)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Brenden » 18 March 2020, 02:20

Derek wrote:I'm very curious to try your wonderful meat substitutes. I'm extremely skeptical but I'd be open to cutting down on my meat consumption.

Unilever has a meat substitute range in the Netherlands branded “The Vegetarian Butcher” which is absolutely indistinguishable from the real stuff when used in a recipe. The texture, the flavour… it all comes together perfectly.
ImageImageImageImage
User avatar
Brenden
Administrator
 
Posts: 7543
+1s received: 2427
Joined: 20 December 2012, 20:12
Location: Lanarkshire, Scotland
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby poolerboy0077 » 21 March 2020, 03:02

Brenden wrote:
Derek wrote:I'm very curious to try your wonderful meat substitutes. I'm extremely skeptical but I'd be open to cutting down on my meat consumption.

Unilever has a meat substitute range in the Netherlands branded “The Vegetarian Butcher” which is absolutely indistinguishable from the real stuff when used in a recipe. The texture, the flavour… it all comes together perfectly.

Does it ship overseas?
Blow: "Nowadays even Liam can release an album of his screechy vocals and it'll probably go #1..."
Ramzus: I can admit that I'm horny just about 24/7
homomorphism: I used to not think your name was deshay and that Erick was just being racist
Hunter: sometimes I think I was literally born to be a pornstar
User avatar
poolerboy0077
 
Posts: 8459
+1s received: 2035
Joined: 20 December 2012, 21:20
Country: United States (us)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Brenden » 23 March 2020, 15:02

poolerboy0077 wrote:
Brenden wrote:
Derek wrote:I'm very curious to try your wonderful meat substitutes. I'm extremely skeptical but I'd be open to cutting down on my meat consumption.

Unilever has a meat substitute range in the Netherlands branded “The Vegetarian Butcher” which is absolutely indistinguishable from the real stuff when used in a recipe. The texture, the flavour… it all comes together perfectly.

Does it ship overseas?

I haven’t seen it in the UK but I hear they’re looking to introduce it into more markets.
ImageImageImageImage
User avatar
Brenden
Administrator
 
Posts: 7543
+1s received: 2427
Joined: 20 December 2012, 20:12
Location: Lanarkshire, Scotland
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Capt._Trips » 24 March 2020, 13:53

Idk if I mentioned on here but since the first of the new year the funding for the trial chemo my dad was using was taken away.
The biopsy showed while it wasn't shrinking the cancer it was stopping the tumors from growing. So we have been paying out of pocket over $600 a week. ( I have 5 brothers and sisters. So we've been crowdfunding)

But my mom managed to find a foundation through her church to cover the rest of the cost.so that's really good news
"I hope your having fun" paul McCartney

"Castles made of sand slips into the sea,
Eventually" jimi hendrix

"We are star dust. We are golden" joni mitchell

Edna St. Vincent Millay — 'My candle burns at both ends;It will not last the night; But ah, my foes, and oh, my friends—It gives a lovely light!'
User avatar
Capt._Trips
 
Posts: 3625
+1s received: 2356
Joined: 30 September 2017, 16:43
Location: Pennsylvania
Country: United States (us)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Marmaduke » 24 March 2020, 17:11

Just got the call. Someone at work self-isolated from an essential role that I know how to cover! I get to go back to work!

THANK GOD
ImageImageImageImage Image
User avatar
Marmaduke
 
Posts: 6852
+1s received: 1869
Joined: 23 December 2012, 17:56
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby Marmaduke » 24 March 2020, 22:08

Dunno what made me do it, but I decided to have a little sift through my GTF image uploader. To celebrate the nostalgic little moment I just had logging back in, I’m taking us all back to what? 2010? And reviving Marmaduke’s League of Amigos. Former lifetime members obviously retain rights to use league branding.
ImageImageImageImage Image
User avatar
Marmaduke
 
Posts: 6852
+1s received: 1869
Joined: 23 December 2012, 17:56
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

Re: What made your day / made you smile today?

Unread postby René » 28 March 2020, 10:04

rogonandi's new avatar is cute.
ImageImageImageImage
User avatar
René
Administrator
 
Posts: 5542
+1s received: 1639
Joined: 20 December 2012, 20:12
Location: Lanarkshire, Scotland
Country: United Kingdom (gb)

PreviousNext

Recently active
Users browsing this forum: acarrillomichael, CommonCrawl [Bot], DotNetDotCom.org [Bot], Frigid, GearFetTwinkRomance, Halt Arrtay, John27, LostGuy94, rogonandi, rxxli, Yahoo [Bot] and 73 guests