Obscure Resolutions Are Easier To Keep

Nick Lerman

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Obscure Resolutions Are Easier To Keep

It's going to be a long year.

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The White Hunter

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This year I have resolved not to drink formic acid.

It's a long shot but i think I can manage it.
 

kailus13

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Speaking as an English person, I will always drink tea no matter the provenance.

The chicken one I can keep. I don't like chicken.

Where do you even find an untouched unicorn skull? They sell for mad bank, so people are always looking for them.
 

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Sometimes I do not understand what these comics are about but when I do, its a treat that makes me smile.
 

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I love these. I may not eat a chicken that has marinated in the moonlight but from that picture I will most definitely chase a chicken running along a beach in the moonlight. Especially if its a beheaded, plucked and marinated chicken because it must then by definition be undead.
 

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God of Path said:
Nick Lerman said:
Obscure Resolutions Are Easier To Keep

It's going to be a long year.

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Then we'd best get on not eating those flies.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amanita_muscaria

just in case you were thinking of eating that too
 

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I do find it entertaining.... especially the unicorn one.

I actually want to mini-hijack this and post my actual resolution:

I plan to buy less than 10 games for myself in the next year.

Just an FYI, during December, I purchased approximately 40.
 

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SkarKrow said:
This year I have resolved not to drink formic acid.

It's a long shot but i think I can manage it.
kailus13 said:
Speaking as an English person, I will always drink tea no matter the provenance.
What if the tea was, in fact, FORMIC ACID?

Now don't get me wrong, formic acid in small doses can be delicious.
It's what gives the chocolate-covered ant its unami.
 

The White Hunter

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Nick Lerman said:
SkarKrow said:
This year I have resolved not to drink formic acid.

It's a long shot but i think I can manage it.
kailus13 said:
Speaking as an English person, I will always drink tea no matter the provenance.
What if the tea was, in fact, FORMIC ACID?

Now don't get me wrong, formic acid in small doses can be delicious.
It's what gives the chocolate-covered ant its unami.
Ah the delicious tang of the ants venom pouch bursting on o nes palette is nigh unrivalled int he ecstacy it can bring, however a teapot of formic acid may well prove to be a tad too much of that delightful tang and could even stand to ruin elevnses itself.
 

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kailus13 said:
Speaking as an English person, I will always drink tea no matter the provenance.
Being a modern Englishman I don't drink tea really, I much prefer a good cup of coffee, preferably black or americano, no sugar.

Perhaps a dash of amaretto to taste~
 

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Nick Lerman said:
SkarKrow said:
This year I have resolved not to drink formic acid.

It's a long shot but i think I can manage it.
kailus13 said:
Speaking as an English person, I will always drink tea no matter the provenance.
What if the tea was, in fact, FORMIC ACID?

Now don't get me wrong, formic acid in small doses can be delicious.
It's what gives the chocolate-covered ant its unami.
Now I'm craving chocolate-covered ants. Where am I meant to find chocolate covered ants in England?
SkarKrow said:
kailus13 said:
Speaking as an English person, I will always drink tea no matter the provenance.
Being a modern Englishman I don't drink tea really, I much prefer a good cup of coffee, preferably black or americano, no sugar.

Perhaps a dash of amaretto to taste~
Hand in your top hat and monocle, you no longer deserve them.
 

The White Hunter

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kailus13 said:
Nick Lerman said:
SkarKrow said:
This year I have resolved not to drink formic acid.

It's a long shot but i think I can manage it.
kailus13 said:
Speaking as an English person, I will always drink tea no matter the provenance.
What if the tea was, in fact, FORMIC ACID?

Now don't get me wrong, formic acid in small doses can be delicious.
It's what gives the chocolate-covered ant its unami.
Now I'm craving chocolate-covered ants. Where am I meant to find chocolate covered ants in England?
SkarKrow said:
kailus13 said:
Speaking as an English person, I will always drink tea no matter the provenance.
Being a modern Englishman I don't drink tea really, I much prefer a good cup of coffee, preferably black or americano, no sugar.

Perhaps a dash of amaretto to taste~
Hand in your top hat and monocle, you no longer deserve them.
Please, real englishmen wear bowler hats and carry umbrellas.

Hand them in at once!
 

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FoolKiller said:
I do find it entertaining.... especially the unicorn one.

I actually want to mini-hijack this and post my actual resolution:

I plan to buy less than 10 games for myself in the next year.

Just an FYI, during December, I purchased approximately 40.
Out of curiosity, would free games count? Like, would downloading Team Fortress 2 for free count as one of your ten?
 

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amaranth_dru said:
I love these. I may not eat a chicken that has marinated in the moonlight but from that picture I will most definitely chase a chicken running along a beach in the moonlight. Especially if its a beheaded, plucked and marinated chicken because it must then by definition be undead.
Zombie marinade is totally underrated. Tastes like chick..Oh, wait.

I have resolved to not teleport any unnecessary kittens to Mars this year.
 

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TheRiddler said:
FoolKiller said:
I do find it entertaining.... especially the unicorn one.

I actually want to mini-hijack this and post my actual resolution:

I plan to buy less than 10 games for myself in the next year.

Just an FYI, during December, I purchased approximately 40.
Out of curiosity, would free games count? Like, would downloading Team Fortress 2 for free count as one of your ten?
No. As I said, I plan to BUY less than 10. A free acquisition is not a purchase. I could also get one as a gift.

My friend had a better question though. Does a Humble Bundle count as "1 game" or do I count each game in the bundle as separate?
 

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FoolKiller said:
TheRiddler said:
FoolKiller said:
I do find it entertaining.... especially the unicorn one.

I actually want to mini-hijack this and post my actual resolution:

I plan to buy less than 10 games for myself in the next year.

Just an FYI, during December, I purchased approximately 40.
Out of curiosity, would free games count? Like, would downloading Team Fortress 2 for free count as one of your ten?
No. As I said, I plan to BUY less than 10. A free acquisition is not a purchase. I could also get one as a gift.

My friend had a better question though. Does a Humble Bundle count as "1 game" or do I count each game in the bundle as separate?
I'd say that since they're being bought together in one package, I'd just have one bundle count as one game. Obviously up to you, though.