All 14 entries tagged Pictionary
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May 11, 2005
This is obviously a variant I have never seen before. Although the use of the English language lends a sense of irony to the statement.
April 18, 2005
Yes, those are paper aeroplanes. Yes, they are on the Humanities building roof (well, 2 of them). Yes, I was standing in the Library Group Study room and the second floor when I threw them.
Incidentally, for anyone not already comatose with boredom, the ones on the roof were thrown over the window, and the ones on the ground, which nearly made it – bouncing off about half a metre too low – where thrown under it. So there is your paper aeroplane throwing tip of the day.
April 08, 2005
How am I supposed to cash this with a straight face?
April 06, 2005
I'm obviously just in that kind of mood today. Noticed this when leaning too far back on my chair whilst looking over my shoulder – I decidedly odd thing to be doing.
Caught by the breeze, held in the moment. It captured my attention.
Not a particularly well composed picture, but I had to take it all the same.
April 04, 2005
Well it looks like I've had a few days off, mainly because I was cast into Hell by an avenging lecturer, via the spell of Contextually Challenged Notes (drains 10 from INT score, induces fatigue and level-drains you to the point where you have negative XP), and then the more conventional method of Gate and throwing my now sleeping form through it.
Anyway, I have returned, and to prove my word is true, here is what the sky looks like in Hell:
It boils I tell you…
Anyway, that was a very convoluted way of getting a nice picture, a bit of RPG geekery and a revision rant into a short post, but I think I managed it.
Back to beating my head into a pulp against whatever hard surface is most handy. Does anyone know a contract killer?
February 06, 2005
My radio doesn't like me :-(
February 02, 2005
Thanks to Joel for this:
December 29, 2004
The rank says it all…