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« on: June 06, 2003, 08:58:40 pm »
Okay, It is now that I shall unleash a whole new vector of sillyness! BWHAHAHA!!

Have you ever contemplated the ever going coffee mugs of the ocean going hammer weasels? It is a quite common thing, that is if you ask of me to pour ice cream down into pudding shaped oblisks, that the coffee mugs which once was owned by the almighty tuna queens were in fact a remote control device used to play the star spangled banner with pancakes. Now that I figure you didn't know. Now Learn this, While the Hammer Weasels were placeing their bets on the horse raceing contest, which by the way took place out in the middle of a mud pit, the Attack Bubbles were taking over the minds of poor defensless rubber paperclips. This may not seem like much to you, but to the Pudding shaped oblisk ice scream this is something to seriously take care of, with the best of care possible. Okay, perhaps I exahagerate a bit, but the Puding shaped oblisk icescream kings demanded the aid for the rubber paperclips, though the leathery musical pancakes had other things in mind. Hence the Chicken Warriors were called into order by the pudding lords. Never before has such a fowl thing come into existance.

*too be continued.. maybe...*
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« Reply #1 on: June 07, 2003, 01:21:28 am »
(giggles thinking life has gotten to be too much for Jadnar and he has flipped!'<img'> Or is it that he is in the ocean creating all this havoc himself?..... hmmms...one must wonder.  '<img'>
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« Reply #2 on: June 07, 2003, 07:14:56 am »
One doesn't need to wonder with the brain worms crawling through the rivieara of cream. Life is not to be taken seriously, it only makes it worse. ^_^

Though There is something similar to this that someone has tequniqued up. It is really neat, and how he does it is REALLY good and very funny. I've been trying to do something similar myself.

What he does is he goes through something and constantly brings up unrelated things, but at the sametime makes it funny. I don't know how he does it, but it is really good. Been trying to figure it out myself.
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« Reply #3 on: June 07, 2003, 12:22:44 pm »
I think you did a good job on your little 'story' there yourself! You had me laughing because it was so non-sensical (word?)! It sounded like it was 'real'!
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« Reply #4 on: June 07, 2003, 04:00:59 pm »
Bah, He does a HECK of alot better. And he can go on even longer. Last time I talked to him (which was a VERY long time, by about a year or more), he was talking about writing a whole story in it. Haven't seen anything, but then again, like I said, I haven't talked to him.
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« Reply #5 on: June 07, 2003, 04:28:19 pm »
Ah well, with bordem sinking into the brain Here is some more weirdness to chew on.

Had it not been for the legions of grotesque lego lords marching down the paths of firey squirrles, the Chicken warriors would surely have fallen victem to the rubber paperclips ancestors. The rubber Safty pins. For as many times as the marshmellow tides of the hungry sea have washed upon our shores of feet eating rabbits, the Rubber Safty Pins have been calling war, and have taken the Paper Clip's new weakness by advantage by taking over the front lines with the very hearts of the white board cleaners. The cleaness that has resulted has caused the shores of marshmellow to recede. War was brewing, and the red fruit punch will soon swirl within the very waters that spawned it. Oh, the clipmanity.

The front lines of the Chicken warriors have already taken the northern points of rock-doom, and are waiting out the night within their pastery blankets. The Safty Pins are planning their strike with a certain devilnish, and rubberness. The Term Safty has no meaning to them, even to their namesake.

Boulders from the lego legioneers hold up a once glorious fort of colored penciles, which at the moment house the hammer weasels and their music playing pancakes, the last strong hold before the very battle which will rip apart the very lands of this feet eating rabbit shores. Kings and Lords will ready their sponge throwers first thing in the morning, at first light from the great floresent light bulb sitting upon it's almighty timer.
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« Reply #6 on: June 08, 2003, 07:15:44 pm »
hehe keep it coming Jadnar the stranger the better some good nonesensical rambelings to lose ones mind in is exactly what the doctor orderd. Keep em coming hehehe.
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« Reply #7 on: June 09, 2003, 01:11:53 am »
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I will agree to that, BearPaw!
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« Reply #8 on: June 09, 2003, 03:08:31 pm »
Gosh, who'd of known? ^_^

At the first click of the great timer, the florecent bulb clicked on. With a quickness found only in the Hyper charged banna peels, the Chicken warriors lept from their pastery blankets and rushed to the front lines of the Jagged rocks of noodle soup. (gosh is it my imagination or do I like food? lol). The Regiments of Chester Fried and KFC were already called to order, and stood, waiting for the first lines of the Rubber Saftypins.

The first sponge does fly! Yes, it glides through the air, slicker then a snail, yes, slightly faster then a tortise. Its fruit punch wetness making squishy noises, just before it hits the ground with a big *Zappernat*! What A terrible sound it was.

Great monkeys of the far shores have now surfaced, beached like great whales, their soldiers marching down onto the feet eating rabbit shores. The Rubber Saftypins now ready for battle, their blunt rubbery pinny ends revealed ready for battle. What do the Chicken warriors think they will do against such a rubbery enemy?!

"Lego Lords! Of the Far Shores, Prepare yourselves, for the rubberyness of evil has arrived!" did cluck the mighty, yet cute looking chicken warriors.

For many tides the Lego Lords have been feared for their fighting skills. Building themselves up, into great walls, and then falling upon the unexpecting enemy, squishing but all life out. This tatic won't work on the rubber saftypins, for they are rubber! no mear material can match the strength of it.
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« Reply #9 on: June 15, 2003, 06:57:31 am »
The Chicken warriors drew their mighty jello covered swords out. Devilish things, covered in rasberry-peach jello. A sure sign of a war, an old honored tradition of the feathered barbarians.

"To War!!" cried one of these fearsome birds. It was of St. Horton's regimant.

Before the warriors could charge, they sky broke open. Like two halves of an easter egg, being pulled apart. What appeared was something of unimaginable horror. Something that no normal creature could stand to look at without being driven insane. Something so Gruesome, it could only be.....
the Thing.

No mear word can describe it, for the word 'Thing' sums it up.

"Warriors, Warriors of the land and sea, why must you fight?! I dare say, I have a hard enough time making my rubarb pie quilts, your noise only makes it harder! Put away your jello covered rapiers, and you fruit punch sponges. You are not creatures of war, but creatures of oogly! Now go away. Oh no!! It is burning! Now look at what you have done!" With that the sky closed abrubptly with the Thing running off.

The warriors looked at each other with amazment. The Thing had spoken to them, what an honor to have been had!

And they danced an partied for 5 weeks straight, the ruber paper clips no forgotten. The paperclips dissipeared and turned into the sand of the ocean. The Killer bubbles, their hunger satisfied go back to their cave of weirdness to slumber for another fifty billion gazillion thirty some odd years.

Everyone but the Rubber Paperclips lived happily ever after.

Perhaps another story, if there is enough interest, lol.
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« Reply #10 on: June 15, 2003, 10:56:09 am »
I see you found my stash. *Grins*

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« Reply #11 on: June 15, 2003, 11:20:51 am »
Stash? Wha? I stash nuthin, I mean No I didn't find anything! Ack! I plead Guilty, no Innocent. *shakes head*

Okay, Fine I'll Send the Chester Fried Regimant after you! Blah. *thud*
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« Reply #12 on: June 28, 2003, 11:06:56 am »
The first one, you tried too hard. it was basically a bunch of random words that didnt fit together.

The second and third were much better because while they still made no sense (which was your intention), they had a sort of chaotic order; the chaos was the order, and the chaos's mere existence justified itself. Therefore it was much easier to follow because when something unexpected happened it was expected.

This is also why things like this are so funny. This brand of humor happens when something contradictory happens in the brain (such as when you expect the unexpected) you say to yourself, subconsiously, "how could have I expected something like that? it was so unexpected that i shouldnt have seen it coming. maye it wasnt expected? but if it was then I wouldnt have expected it" etc etc etc. this causes laughter, and in some occasions, an aneurism.

so good job on the randomness, just be careful or you might kill your target audience with non-logic.




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« Reply #13 on: June 29, 2003, 11:12:12 am »
I take it you never looked at Vangoh?

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« Reply #14 on: June 29, 2003, 11:50:12 am »
(giggles) Even though it didn't make sense, it made sense! Does that make sense?  '<img'>

Midnight Dragon, I think your signature dragon needs to be a bit smaller for the forums. Nice dragon though! '<img'>
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« Reply #15 on: July 06, 2003, 05:50:09 pm »
Exactly! its a non-sense! not nonsense, non-sense (with the dash). the fact that the sense shouldnt make sense, makes sense. to really get a good grasp of it you have to look at it as if it were layers. Usually, the first layer (the layer that usually makes sense) makes sense, and that is the one you look at. if it doesnt make sense, then a second layer of logic above the first (the one we come to when the first makes sense) is opened up, to try and justify the first. Normally when we are done decoding the second layer, we can either come to a solution for the first layer of logic or we accept the fact that it will never make sense because it is nonsense (without the dash) . In the case of non-sense (with the dash), the first layer doesnt make sense, but the second layer makes even LESS sense. Therefore, we must activate a THIRD layer of logic (by now your brain is really starting to shift into gear). we look at this third layer, put in the logic of the first two, and process it until the third makes sense. once we do that, the third layer will show us the pattern of logic in the first, and then when we crack the first, it will show us the pattern of logic on the second layer. It's sort of a more powerful, inverted train of logic.

Pretty deep, huh? but when you think about it, it makes perfect sense.




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« Reply #16 on: July 24, 2003, 07:03:29 am »
I'm sorry, I can't help but laugh...

Thanks, I needed that. Okay.. I got to run now. o_O
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« Reply #17 on: December 07, 2003, 06:27:10 am »
We're just nuts. There's just no other word for it. *laughs maniaclly*
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