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  • #19690

    NoMoreSteve
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    @cbx550f wrote:

    At first it was a bit much – what with walking down the street and hearing people whispering comments to eachother…. but then again, that may have been because I wasn’t wearing any pants. Not sure.

    ‘sigged. 😆

    #19691

    Sondra
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    @$ondra wrote:

    At first it was a bit much – what with walking down the street and hearing people whispering comments to eachother…. but then again, that may have been because I wasn’t wearing any pants. Not sure.

    I must say, it is rather amusing when I’m in a game with people that I don’t know, and when there’s a selfkill someon says “nice cbx” 😀

    Where was I when you walked down the street with no pants?

    Yeah tonight I’m a lil naughty girl 😛

    #19692

    BOY
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    @nomoresteve wrote:

    I don’t recall anything being named after me. I’m sure someone out there that’s creative enough (and has watched me play) could come up with something.

    But then again, do I want the publicity?

    CBX & Willis: How have you handled your new-found fame?

    *ponders*

    To begin naming something after you we must find out what suits you.

    the form of a rhetorical question – noun:

    “Got Steve?”
    the answer is always,…… Not no more.

    the verb form:

    “Got Steve’d?” (past participle)
    the asnwer is not rhetorical, and my be better in the form of a statement (“Dammit! Got Steve’d again!”), rather than a question. hmmm, if Steve’d is a verb, what verb would he be?……..

    *ponders* is the key to steve his Stevie-ness or his NoMmore-ness

    The expletive form:

    STEVE!!@!#$!!

    The adjective form:

    “You *Steving‘ crack-head!”, “That was a Stevalistic shot!” , “You Stevin**Steve!
    *note: although the origin of Steve is a noun, it can also be used as an adjective if put in the present participle form Steving.
    **note steve can be used in the same sentence as an adjective and an expletive – truly a versatile word

    THe adverb form:

    “I say!, that was Stevily done, ol’ boy.”

    #19693

    cbx550f
    Participant

    @The Original wrote:

    @cbx550f wrote:

    At first it was a bit much – what with walking down the street and hearing people whispering comments to eachother…. but then again, that may have been because I wasn’t wearing any pants. Not sure.

    ‘sigged. 😆

    Just about to go away fishing for the weekend….checking the list:

    • Canoe check
    • paddles and lifejackets check
    • flyrod check
    • shirts check
    • shoes check
    • socks check
    • hat check

    I’m good to go!

    Have a good weekend all!

    #19694

    NoMoreSteve
    Participant

    @boy wrote:

    @nomoresteve wrote:

    I don’t recall anything being named after me. I’m sure someone out there that’s creative enough (and has watched me play) could come up with something.

    But then again, do I want the publicity?

    CBX & Willis: How have you handled your new-found fame?

    *ponders*

    To begin naming something after you we must find out what suits you.

    the form of a rhetorical question – noun:

    “Got Steve?”
    the answer is always,…… Not no more.

    the verb form:

    “Got Steve’d?” (past participle)
    the asnwer is not rhetorical, and my be better in the form of a statement (“Dammit! Got Steve’d again!”), rather than a question. hmmm, if Steve’d is a verb, what verb would he be?……..

    *ponders* is the key to steve his Stevie-ness or his NoMmore-ness

    The expletive form:

    STEVE!!@!#$!!

    The adjective form:

    “You *Steving‘ crack-head!”, “That was a Stevalistic shot!” , “You Stevin**Steve!
    *note: although the origin of Steve is a noun, it can also be used as an adjective if put in the present participle form Steving.
    **note steve can be used in the same sentence as an adjective and an expletive – truly a versatile word

    THe adverb form:

    “I say!, that was Stevily done, ol’ boy.”

    Heh, the adverb fits me rather well since my family is british. 🙂

    That’s it. I’m going home for the day. Too much work and not enough Scorch makes for an unhappy Steve.

    T-minus 6 days………

    #19695

    Willis
    Participant

    Well.. first one must ask what style of naming should be done?

    So far, the Willis / CBX / Ebo – are each named after events that are… less then desired results.

    Does this trend follow, or could the event named after NoMoreSteve be pleasent or desirable? My thoughts… probably not 😈

    Next, what [was] steve famous for?

    Third: finish this sentence: “nice ____”.

    “nice stevey” – representing.. … … … … i dunno.

    Oh and – I officially updated my signature! I had to crop off part of the unofficial CBX but, that ‘known’ was a little dead – my signature must be to the barebone max on characters permitted.

    #19696

    NoMoreSteve
    Participant

    @willis wrote:

    Well.. first one must ask what style of naming should be done?

    So far, the Willis / CBX / Ebo – are each named after events that are… less then desired results.

    Does this trend follow, or could the event named after NoMoreSteve be pleasent or desirable? My thoughts… probably not 😈

    Pleasant?? Why be different? 😉

    @willis wrote:

    Next, what [was] steve famous for?

    That’s easy: being target practice for everyone. Or Sandhogs.

    @willis wrote:

    Third: finish this sentence: “nice ____”.

    “nice stevey” – representing.. … … … … i dunno.

    as long as you don’t follow that “nice Stevey” with a pat on he head and a milkbone.:lol:

    I guess time will have to tell the fate of said noteriety of my name. I just hope it doesn’t come down to my weapon fixation of the Fatman. (I had to word this sentence carefully. There are some twisted people around here.

    *looks both ways for twisted people, then finds one in mirror*

    @willis wrote:

    Oh and – I officially updated my signature! I had to crop off part of the unofficial CBX but, that ‘known’ was a little dead – my signature must be to the barebone max on characters permitted.

    Yeah, that sig was a little long in the tooth. Nice addition. 😉

    #19697

    badshot
    Participant

    Hah, i’m getting killed by funky deaths all the time. I even has been dirted by dirty death! (shotted? lol’d?)

    #19698

    Deathstryker
    Participant

    @cbx550f wrote:

    @The Original wrote:

    @cbx550f wrote:

    At first it was a bit much – what with walking down the street and hearing people whispering comments to eachother…. but then again, that may have been because I wasn’t wearing any pants. Not sure.

    ‘sigged. 😆

    Just about to go away fishing for the weekend….checking the list:

    • Canoe check
    • paddles and lifejackets check
    • flyrod check
    • shirts check
    • shoes check
    • socks check
    • hat check

    I’m good to go!

    Have a good weekend all!

    You forgot your pants again. 😆

    …And your tackle.

    #19699

    Sondra
    Participant

    Hmm time for me to use my private satelite on Cbx 😀

    #19700

    A Moogle
    Participant

    *looks at self*

    *thinks, ‘where did this idiot come from?’*

    *runs away from Sondra and hides in a nuclear shelter with internet access and electrical sockets*

    #19701

    Sondra
    Participant

    What?? you wearing a KILT?????
    YEY I loooove men on kilts 😈 😈

    #19702

    comedown
    Participant

    @sondra wrote:

    What?? you wearing a KILT?????
    YEY I loooove men on kilts 😈 😈

    you need to get over this obsession with mens skirts, it’s unhealthy and could lead to crossdressing, a bad accent, the consumption of sheeps stomachs and an uncontrollable taste for whisky.

    apparently. 😕

    #19703

    Panther30
    Participant

    @comedown wrote:

    @sondra wrote:

    What?? you wearing a KILT?????
    YEY I loooove men on kilts 😈 😈

    you need to get over this obsession with mens skirts, it’s unhealthy and could lead to crossdressing, a bad accent, the consumption of sheeps stomachs and an uncontrollable taste for whisky.

    apparently. 😕

    Aye, the young lad speaks true. list’n to ‘im lass.

    —Pan*hicup*ther30

    #19704

    cbx550f
    Participant

    @deathstryker wrote:

    @cbx550f wrote:

    Just about to go away fishing for the weekend….checking the list:

    • Canoe check
    • paddles and lifejackets check
    • flyrod check
    • shirts check
    • shoes check
    • socks check
    • hat check

    I’m good to go!

    Have a good weekend all!

    You forgot your pants again. 😆

    Dang. Where were you when I was PACKING!?!??

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