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Too funny to not be true.

Fear of Girls:


At 2:32 PM, Blogger Marcy said...

ROTFLMAO! I was laughing so hard I scared Francis!

At 5:09 PM, Blogger SnakeOil Sage said...

I had to stop watching when the one dude started acting out the elf maiden.

Any of you find it kind of ironic that the majority of the gamers I know are married and/or have great sex lives?

And they you got married for love, rather than money?

At 10:44 PM, Blogger Silverfyre said...

Well, we got married for love and the pooling of money to buy more gaming resources. Two incomes = more gaming books!

And yeah, it is indeed ironic that we MOPers, aka Chubites, are gamers who are married or at least ruggedly manly.

At 11:51 PM, Blogger Marcy said...

Or womanly, as the case may be. ;)

At 12:38 AM, Blogger SnakeOil Sage said...

Which must terrify those stereotypes...

At 3:44 PM, Blogger Silverfyre said...

Yes, let us not forget womanly and you are as womanly as they come, dear Marcy.

And by the way, big congrats on your writing success. I finally peeked at your blog and realized just how successful you have become. Much kudos and wishes of success to you! You are a real inspiration to us all.

We have all done well for ourselves in one form or another, whether it be gaming design, novels, short stories, or any mixture of writing known to man (and woman!).

At 4:03 PM, Blogger Jw said...

Though I don't game, this film always reminds me of when I brought a girlfriend to the comic book shop in some of the smaller towns I lived in. It was like the saloon scenes in westerns. The door opened, spilling light onto the countertops. Pages ceased to shuffle, dice halted mid-roll.

A girl!

Thankfully, here in Chicago the proprietors and regulars in my comic book shop know how to converse with women. Plus the place is super cool, so there is plenty of hotness to go around!

At 8:40 PM, Blogger Marcy said...

Thanks, Chris!

Just imagine how much those copies of Goblin Tails are going to be worth some day! ;)

At 10:41 AM, Blogger Lara said...

The SFF aisle of the bookstore was just as bad as the comic book store. Once in high school while I was at the B.Dalton browsing through the SFF shelves, I ran into a guy I knew from school and had hung out with in study hall. (To show my true nerdliness, let me explain that I was a library assistant and he was a frequent library patron.) As I recall, we kind of startled each other, neither of us said hello or anything, and we went back to perusing the books at opposite ends of the aisle. I thought it was weird then, and looking back on it, it's still weird but also painfully awkward.


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