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Brethren wrote:Ah yeah, I saw that. I'll admit that you weren't the nicest to him when I first joined (no one was nice to him when I first joined), but lately you seem to have been doing fine in that regard (at least that I saw).

,_,

thx breth

Osterreich und Ungarn wrote:In the TNO mod, America is quite happy overthrowing Fascist style South American dictatorships in exchange for communist and socialist republics.

The Castro thing makes me hella salty. But maybe with US support my Mother's side of the family will have easier lives in Cuba in this timeline.

Brethren wrote:Ah yeah, I saw that. I'll admit that you weren't the nicest to him when I first joined (no one was nice to him when I first joined), but lately you seem to have been doing fine in that regard (at least that I saw).
Letwin just stays happily in place, feeling like he's been surviving on tiny bites for months and has now, finally, gotten a full meal. When he's eventually done praying, he finds his priest friend in her office and they have a nice talk.

By the time Martis gets back, Letwin's gone from 'restrained bundle of nerves and passions' to 'actually fairly peaceful,' which is practically guaranteed to be a welcome change. He's helping the priest and a couple of Empty Hands weed the cathedral's herb garden, fairly easily spotted from the street.

Well admittedly that was the worst time for me considering my low self-esteem, them pressuring me, dealing with people being rude...very rude and a war that I hated but due to how previous people who voided wars were I didn't want to void it...But hey came out stronger and with a better mindset after that time.

,_,

noooooo

game crashed when it was loading with mod

better move it to a stronger pc

not that any of you know what I’m talking about, but...

95% on Forsaken Neon kill me

Shavara wrote:,_,

noooooo

game crashed when it was loading with mod

better move it to a stronger pc

mod

mod mod

mod mod mod

The "steps" to be mod.

The moist, hidden depths of an ooey, gooey pie . . .

The light, fluffy peaks of icing hiding the porous flesh of a well baked cake . . .

Or perhaps the creamy chill of a frozen delight, the warmth in your soul made a blazing inferno by the sweet coldness of ice cream . . .

Which dessert is superior?

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Shavara wrote:YEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSSSS

Osterreich und Ungarn wrote:LETS F*CKING GOOOOOOOOOOOO

Gets blasted off my chair.
This is the most energetic I’ve seen you two about anything ever.

Danelaw Scandinavia wrote:Thank you but your fine...

Oh your leaving? Wow. Personally, I can understand since I have to take long breaks from time to time so I don’t get caught up in drama.

Euricanis wrote:not that any of you know what I’m talking about, but...

95% on Forsaken Neon kill me

legit punched the desk so hard my nerves went offline

Obviously they’re is only one nation to play in this new mod:

Bhutan

The Holy Utopian Republic wrote:Obviously they’re is only one nation to play in this new mod:

Bhutan

*Boudn

Auphelia wrote:The moist, hidden depths of an ooey, gooey pie . . .

The light, fluffy peaks of icing hiding the porous flesh of a well baked cake . . .

Or perhaps the creamy chill of a frozen delight, the warmth in your soul made a blazing inferno by the sweet coldness of ice cream . . .

Which dessert is superior?

page=poll/p=161059

Caek*

Pakitsk wrote:Caek*

We don’t peddle such filth in TSP. We have standards.

Not very high ones, mind you, but standards nonetheless!

Auphelia wrote:The moist, hidden depths of an ooey, gooey pie . . .

The light, fluffy peaks of icing hiding the porous flesh of a well baked cake . . .

Or perhaps the creamy chill of a frozen delight, the warmth in your soul made a blazing inferno by the sweet coldness of ice cream . . .

Which dessert is superior?

page=poll/p=161059

Are you a cake?

You have to tell us if you’re a cake, you know. I won’t hesitate to use this cake knife!

Auphelia wrote:We don’t peddle such filth in TSP. We have standards.

Not very high ones, mind you, but standards nonetheless!

*gasp*

This southern fool insults our regional dish!

Friends, TEPers, get your pitchforks! This insult cannot stand!

Azachland wrote:Are you a cake?

You have to tell us if you’re a cake, you know. I won’t hesitate to use this cake knife!

caek

Auphelia wrote:The moist, hidden depths of an ooey, gooey pie . . .

The light, fluffy peaks of icing hiding the porous flesh of a well baked cake . . .

Or perhaps the creamy chill of a frozen delight, the warmth in your soul made a blazing inferno by the sweet coldness of ice cream . . .

Which dessert is superior?

page=poll/p=161059

People. Moist skin, hidden depths of muscle and blood. Some light, others heavy and in packaged fluffy clothing. So perfect for boiling. But they're even better raw.

Euricanis wrote:caek

I now declare you funny.

Restoration of Eastern Kaiserreich wrote:People. Moist skin, hidden depths of muscle and blood. Some light, others heavy and in packaged fluffy clothing. So perfect for boiling. But they're even better raw.

if they’re better raw, why even bother boiling?

Euricanis wrote:if they’re better raw, why even bother boiling?

For the texture, darling.

Brethren wrote:*gasp*

This southern fool insults our regional dish!

Friends, TEPers, get your pitchforks! This insult cannot stand!

A fool, I am not.

Nor, to think of it, is this the first time pitchfork wielding villagers have come to bang at the gates of one of my grand estates. Please fill out and leave your complaint form with Drystar and we will get to work ignoring your problems as soon as possible.

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