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This Instant And Moment - 2020!

Discussion in 'GD Archive' started by Feek, 1 Jan 2020.

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  1. LuckyBenski

    Soldato

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    Location: London

    Sofa day! Woke up at 2pm.
     
  2. HungryHippos

    Sgarrista

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    Location: Fareham

    Sofa, so good?
     
  3. LuckyBenski

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    Location: London

    :D
     
  4. SideWinder

    Consigliere

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    Location: NW5

    \o/
     
  5. shroomz

    Wise Guy

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    Location: Glasgow, UK

    Dead fridge, can't seem to get any that seem to get good reviews on e.g. Which that happen to also be in stock.

    (small) gas leak, got to badger the letting agent to get it fixed. Gas off until then, no washing up, no cooking, no shower.

    Ugh.
     
  6. SideWinder

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    Urgh annoying...deliveroo at least! As for showers though eek. Any gym close by you can use? Get one of those free trial passes?
     
  7. shroomz

    Wise Guy

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    Thankfully the letting agent's gas guy came out and after capping the leaking lead pipes, was able to reinstate the line going to the boiler. So showers and hot water are a thing again, just not the hob until fixed.
    Reason to buy an instant pot though so there's that.
     
  8. SideWinder

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    I stand by my origional post - get a deliveroo!
     
  9. RxR

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    Hmm, I discovered a firm lump on my throat an inch below my adams apple today. Hopefully tis nothing of the 'oma variety.
     
  10. RxR

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  11. Acme

    Caporegime

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    Location: In my chair.

    Van Halen has died. :(
     
  12. LuckyBenski

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    Oh **** :(

    I'm sat on a bus to A&E to have something gross drained but that's crap :(
     
  13. Acme

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    Good lord. Do I want to know? :p
     
  14. LuckyBenski

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    I'm saving the pics just for you.
     
  15. RxR

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    "On Excaliber: turn it partly, twice before you lift, with your left hand. These are the freeing first two cuts.

    Now that No to True no longer has the power of Not, weigh your response ability as follows:

    Has the Sword sat upright by itself through your body, with its handle above your head, its point between your feet, its blade through your heart and loins? Yes?

    Now. Close your eyes and reach up to the handle with your right hand. Trace the 11 winds of braid on the handle.

    Now, with eyes still closed, reach gently directly forward opposite your heart with any open hand.

    Notice the Sword, also there, guarding, one hands length closer than your full arm extended, perfectly sized to your hand.

    Now, gently move your hand to the right in an arc. Then to the left. Reach behind and do the same.

    Count them.

    Notice the equality of distance between the Swords that are One.

    So done, bend forward and reach down to the blade point of the great Sword that runs through your body. Notice an equal blade point from below meets it.

    Next, while still bent forward, do as follows:

    Open both palms (with fingers extended) facing each other at knee height, and place your knucles against your knees inside your legs.

    Slowly try to bring your palms together. Stop when you reach the blade. Notice its width.

    Now, very gently trace the edge of the blade with a fingertip. Notice its severe sharpness, then stand up.

    The Hand is not omitted.

    Thus the first part is done."
     
    Last edited: 7 Oct 2020
  16. LuckyBenski

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    A&E refused to drain the thing, even though 111 told me to get it done there. Feel cheated.

    Almost home at least! Quickest trip to hospital I've ever done
     
  17. HungryHippos

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    How much have you been drinking?
     
  18. Acme

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    RxR has become part of the furniture. We leave him be. If that's whats in his head in this instant and moment, then let it be said. :p
     
  19. HungryHippos

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    Honestly I am wondering if it's some kind of AI bot experiment. No passing the Turing test for you mister!
     
  20. RxR

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    Not as much as hungry hippo. Besides, its a preview of some industrial light and magic, so to speak. The quotation marks were deliberate.
     
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