Damn fucking straight. That separates the men from the boys. Never mind "no grass on the field, play in the mud"...if you don't need a machete and flashlight you're missing out on good 70s porno bush.
I guess LARPing is LARPing, but it seems worse...somehow...37 *and* living with mom, buying toys and LARPing.
Ho hum. it's a big old world though, and he certainly looks he's having more fun than me stuck in an air conditioned office under florescent light LOL
That, Sir, is full so of fucking WIN I can smell it.
However, I am the only English-as-a-first language in my immediate team (not counting my assistant), so I fear 95% of my jokes, gags, japes and general tomfoolery is lost. And it is such a waste. Such a waste.
I will, however, be going for a pint after work (first beer in 10 days...I am drooling at the thought...), and I shall use it down the pub. The bartender has a similar sense of humor to mine, so it could turn into a fucking vaudevillian gag reel.
Sweeet, have fun. Where you at?
As the director of my department, I generally tend to finish every sentence with "Or else," just as a matter of course. Recommending Euthanasia as a solution to most problems used to be habitual as well, but the project manager told me someone might take that seriously in the health-care field, so I had to curb that one. Still good for meetings, though. Emails ending with commands to commit seppuku are also regarded with confusion.
I'm in the same boat as tideliar with the English language issue. All my local staff understand it, but don't really get it. Hence the daily forum lurking.
Have a nice day - or else! :icon_fara
What the **** is wrong with a good old fashioned "So it shall be written, so it shall be done!"
I always end my office e-mails with "by the will of Cthulu/Mum-Ra."
No one ever disagrees with the content.