Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by aimeeandbeatles, Feb 11, 2019.
I did, Valka did too, a few other people have raved and/or ranted about it throughout the years.
Their accents are different, as well.
As Takhisis said, I did last year. But I also had the Random Thoughts thread at the same time as the other two, so I pulled off a hat trick.
Washing machine's fixed!
*shakes Synsensa's hand*
I'm already sick, I don't want dysentery on top of it!
I've already told you that I wash my hands after using them.
I've lived with ~13 people in the past five years. Of those, one washed their hands. Of the one, she only gave them a quick rinse, no soap.
I don't believe anyone when they say they wash their hands anymore. You're all plague-bringers.
Well, now you're dissing Takhisis, not dissin' Terry.
Hey! It's polite to share. I just want to share some tasty pneumatic plague. *reaches towards Syn.
@Valka D'Ur please explain to this ignorant Fleming waffle-hating commoner that I am definitely not Morgion.
Shouldn't that be Flemish?
Bah! As far as i'm concerned; It's Flamingo!
Since there is no doubt that the noun is 'commoner' the adjective form, Flemish, was appropriate. Sigh yourself.
Flemish (comparative more Flemish, superlative most Flemish)
Of or relating to Flanders, either as the historical county of Flanders (the current provinces of West Flanders and East Flanders in Belgium, Zeelandic Flanders in the Netherlands and French Flanders); or as the Dutch-speaking region of Belgium.
Of or relating to the Belgian standard variety of the Dutch language.
Of or relating to West Flemish, East Flemish and/or French Flemish dialects of Dutch.
Standard Dutch as it is spoken in Flanders.
West Flemish, East Flemish and/or French Flemish dialects of Dutch.
Fleming (plural Flemings)
A native or inhabitant of Flanders in Belgium.
an unincorporated community in Redding Township, Jackson County, Indiana, United States
An English surname.
Ian Fleming, English writer.
Sir Alexander Fleming, Scottish bacteriologist.
(rare) A male given name transferred from the surname.
A town in Colorado.
A city in Missouri.
A town and hamlet in New York.
A town in Saskatchewan, Canada.
I wash my hands numerous times a day besides for the most obvious reason. I'm paranoid about catching whatever's going around, so I wash often.
A fellow member of the Dragonlance pantheon.
Clearly, once I can read again, I'm going to have to review my source books.
@Synsensa: Takhisis is not Morgion.
Morgion is Krynn's god of pestilence and decay and is Dragonlance's "wink wink, nudge nudge" version of Anthraxas, the Oinoloth.
I just watched a documentary about the Bubonic plague's role in bringing the Byzantine Empire to its knees. It was pretty entertaining. Not as entertaining as the "Bring out your dead!" scene in Monty Python: Holy Grail, but still... pretty damned entertaining.
Separate names with a comma.