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Today is Friday the 13th!

Post by EvilGrins » Fri Mar 13, 2020 7:11 pm

So... will you survive?
medor wrote:Replace Skaarj with EvilGrins :mrgreen:
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Re: Today is Friday the 13th!

Post by Swanky » Fri Mar 13, 2020 7:30 pm

A closet with grandpas old hunting knife, rope, swiss army knifes, pens and some other stuff in it. I got a chance! (I kinda regret that it doesn't contain my flammable base coating paint cans and my lighters though)

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Re: Today is Friday the 13th!

Post by FraGnBraG » Fri Mar 13, 2020 10:14 pm

hmm... in my case the object on my left is a beats pill... let's see how would that play out:
<begin day-dream sequence> suddenly he appears in front of me - standing on my desk right behind my monitors with his feet sticking out under. raising his sword to strike!
not wishing to become a headless body, with lightning speed i grab the pill and smash down hard on one of his feet causing him to scream in anguish and lift his foot while leaning forward. of course he then trips on a monitor and stumbles forward, dropping his sword and tumbling over top of me - landing face first on the floor (burber on cement, so schblunckkhhh!!!). he is stunned momentarily and face-down on the floor.. i rise swiftly from my chair, grab the very 'eavey les paul from the guitar stand right beside me and go full townsend windmill on the back of his head (eeewwwww!!!! not pretty). okay he's not getting back up any time soon, so back to work! ckickety click <end day-dream sequence>

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Re: Today is Friday the 13th!

Post by TexasGtar » Mon Mar 16, 2020 12:32 am

Never go full windmill.

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