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  • YamiNoSenshiYamiNoSenshi A point called Z In the complex planeRegistered User regular
    Nope, fucking done. Developers are making me fucking apoplectic today.

  • ChelleYeahChelleYeah Mrs. Ludious Living it up in Cinderella's CastleRegistered User regular
    ludious pls be nice tnks

    I post Makeup stuff and Schnauzers on instagram.

    Ludious wrote: »
    I react like a dyslexic crash test dummy. Hit the wall then the brakes.
  • Sir LandsharkSir Landshark resting shark face Registered User regular
    edited February 2017
    Ludious wrote: »
    Last year was the worst fancy dinner ever and I haven't even been to them all but I can still guarantee it

    fucking washed out 40 something white dude belting out bad karaoke, hoping to even get a drop of moisture on his dry, cracked dick

    I thought bel came with spool last year

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  • ChelleYeahChelleYeah Mrs. Ludious Living it up in Cinderella's CastleRegistered User regular
    Ludious wrote: »
    I will go out of my way to betray chelle in board/card games

    absolutely my first target

    feelings mutual

    I post Makeup stuff and Schnauzers on instagram.

    Ludious wrote: »
    I react like a dyslexic crash test dummy. Hit the wall then the brakes.
  • MazzyxMazzyx Comedy Gold Registered User regular
    Hakkekage wrote: »
    Hakkekage wrote: »
    Mazzyx wrote: »
    Hakkekage wrote: »
    spool32 wrote: »
    Hakkekage wrote: »
    Bostonians please recommend venues

    Call the place mazzy linked, its legit.

    It's $$$$, as much as Marliave

    Actually less per the website but also don't trust the website. Contact, give info, see what they say and if they can give you a deal.

    There is food & bev minimum that will put it over the top. Am calling now.

    Mazzyx ahem I was totally correct

    For a 3 course: $105/person, PLUS 7% tax, 20% grat, 7% admin fee, and $3000 minimum is....*drumroll* $144/person BEFORE the $25/person drink average

    It was worth a shot to try and to see if they would cut a deal or not.

    Place is legit tasty and kind of fancy which is why we thought it would work. But it don't, so whatevs.

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  • BeNarwhalBeNarwhal The Work Left Unfinished Registered User regular
    Pony wrote: »
    A couple of my friends are in that spot where like, their SO expects them to be an instant and guaranteed ally in all card and board games and will get genuinely upset if that implicit trust is betrayed

    Whereas my wife and I realize we are probably each others' most dangerous foe at the table and will go for the jugular ASAP, and will form alliances with other players against each other.

    Only in games that are explicitly cooperative for the entire table(Arkham Horror, for example) do we ever team up, because even in team-based games we realise that allying with each other is actually kinda unfair to everyone else.

    My wife and I were allies in a game of Risk Legacy and were demolishing the board and it was my turn and I was like just a sec I gotta check something and I was fiddling on my phone

    And she was like ARE YOU QUEUEING UP RAINS OF CASTAMERE ON YOUR FUCKING PHONE YOU BASTARD

    and I was like


    ...no


    (yes i was)

    I remember playing ... I think it was Carcassonne? with you, Aaron, and Cass.

    And you and I realized in the same instance that Aaron was in a really strong position to win

    And from that point on it wasn't about winning for us, but about stifling Aaron wherever and whenever we could.

    Inevitably our accidental cooperation meant you ended up winning, but I was perfectly satisfied with that outcome :P

  • LudiousLudious I just wanted a sandwich A temporally dislocated QuiznosRegistered User regular
    ChelleYeah wrote: »
    ludious pls be nice tnks

    ????? to you in a card game?

    hahahahahahaha no

  • PantsBPantsB Registered User regular
    y2jake215 wrote: »
    Hakkekage wrote: »
    Bostonians please recommend venues

    for what

    the thing with the guy

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  • ZampanovZampanov You May Not Go Home Until Tonight Has Been MagicalRegistered User regular
    Ludious wrote: »

    this is at least the second time he's saying it, it's not a surprise

    and he's already confirmed that he basically masturbates about how saying that kinda thing makes him look

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  • Hi I'm Vee!Hi I'm Vee! Formerly VH; She/Her; Is an E X P E R I E N C E Registered User regular
    Pony wrote: »
    A couple of my friends are in that spot where like, their SO expects them to be an instant and guaranteed ally in all card and board games and will get genuinely upset if that implicit trust is betrayed

    Whereas my wife and I realize we are probably each others' most dangerous foe at the table and will go for the jugular ASAP, and will form alliances with other players against each other.

    Only in games that are explicitly cooperative for the entire table(Arkham Horror, for example) do we ever team up, because even in team-based games we realise that allying with each other is actually kinda unfair to everyone else.

    My wife and I were allies in a game of Risk Legacy and were demolishing the board and it was my turn and I was like just a sec I gotta check something and I was fiddling on my phone

    And she was like ARE YOU QUEUEING UP RAINS OF CASTAMERE ON YOUR FUCKING PHONE YOU BASTARD

    and I was like


    ...no


    (yes i was)

    Playing with porp and Landshark is great, because she'll go after him not even as a strategic move but just because she wants him to lose.

    When I say "great" I mean "great for me", of course.

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  • TTODewbackTTODewback Puts the drawl in ya'll I think I'm in HellRegistered User regular
    y2jake215 wrote: »
    Hakkekage wrote: »
    Bostonians please recommend venues

    for what

    dumping tea and beating homeless with red sox themed louisville sluggers

    Bless your heart.
  • ChelleYeahChelleYeah Mrs. Ludious Living it up in Cinderella's CastleRegistered User regular
    Ludious wrote: »
    ChelleYeah wrote: »
    ludious pls be nice tnks

    ????? to you in a card game?

    hahahahahahaha no

    no about fancy dinner

    jerk

    I post Makeup stuff and Schnauzers on instagram.

    Ludious wrote: »
    I react like a dyslexic crash test dummy. Hit the wall then the brakes.
  • OrganichuOrganichu jacobkosh Registered User regular
    Organichu wrote: »
    PantsB wrote: »
    Organichu wrote: »
    PantsB wrote: »
    Hakkekage wrote: »
    Mazzyx wrote: »
    Hakkekage wrote: »
    spool32 wrote: »
    Hakkekage wrote: »
    Bostonians please recommend venues

    Call the place mazzy linked, its legit.

    It's $$$$, as much as Marliave

    Actually less per the website but also don't trust the website. Contact, give info, see what they say and if they can give you a deal.

    There is food & bev minimum that will put it over the top. Am calling now.

    What $ limits are ppl generally comfortable with?

    the highest it ever was when i hosted was i think 80 bucks? plus some ambiguous amount more diffused around the room in alcohol to hit the minimum, but we could have easily hit it even with some people ordering no drinks

    LOL I completely forgot last year's cash counting fiasco

    your wife saved me like 400 dollars

    i had been drinking a lot and really wanted to have everything over with and i was like ok we hit the number right?

    and she's like no! we have enough to settle our tab but we're supposed to be 400 over because you put down a deposit! you need to get paid back for that right

    *nods gratefully*

    I have a hard time not judging when i hear about these outings and somehow the bill is massively short

    there is a downside and an upside

    the downside is jeez, people :< i think it's mostly people being thoughtless vs dodging the bill, but they're order a few drinks and be like 'eh a 20 should cover it' or something and then you compound that fifteen times or something

    the upside is i've never once been left holding a huge tab. people (puppies, sig, will, dk, et al) always step up and kick in extra so i don't get fucked over. it's a shame it happens in the first place tho

    of the 4? times i held it, i think only once did the tab come out perfect with no one kicking in extra

  • PantsBPantsB Registered User regular
    Organichu wrote: »
    then once we settled up on the cash our dopey, super high looking waiter took it all 'to the office' and was in there for like 15 fucking minutes and i was like oh my god and then he came out and said 'it's 2,300 dollars, right' or whatever and i said yes and he said ok and i said bye you fucking idiot

    or something like that

    Only after my wife and Hakkes counted it like 3 times a piece in increasingly elaborate accounting systems as people realized it was time to pay and added their monies

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  • LudiousLudious I just wanted a sandwich A temporally dislocated QuiznosRegistered User regular
    ChelleYeah wrote: »
    Ludious wrote: »
    ChelleYeah wrote: »
    ludious pls be nice tnks

    ????? to you in a card game?

    hahahahahahaha no

    no about fancy dinner

    jerk

    be nice? To Abigail's? Why? It's no one's fault that it turned out to be a focal point of some townie jizz leyline

  • ChelleYeahChelleYeah Mrs. Ludious Living it up in Cinderella's CastleRegistered User regular
    i didnt think we were ever super short

    I post Makeup stuff and Schnauzers on instagram.

    Ludious wrote: »
    I react like a dyslexic crash test dummy. Hit the wall then the brakes.
  • OrganichuOrganichu jacobkosh Registered User regular
    ChelleYeah wrote: »
    i didnt think we were ever super short

    we were several times, multiple hundreds of dollars

  • ChelleYeahChelleYeah Mrs. Ludious Living it up in Cinderella's CastleRegistered User regular
    Organichu wrote: »
    ChelleYeah wrote: »
    i didnt think we were ever super short

    we were several times, multiple hundreds of dollars

    huh.

    chelle's totally oblivious, whats new there?

    I post Makeup stuff and Schnauzers on instagram.

    Ludious wrote: »
    I react like a dyslexic crash test dummy. Hit the wall then the brakes.
  • SniperGuySniperGuy SniperGuyGaming Registered User regular
    I hate it when I'm in a game of Risk or something and winning and someone's like "nah I don't want you to win" and ends up destroying themselves taking me down and so neither of us win. Why??

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  • PonyPony Registered User regular
    It actually took Cass and Choco off guard when we were first hanging out with them and playing board games

    We were playing Twilight Imperium and Cass and Choco were allies and I was trying to convince Choco to ally with me against Wash, and he was considering my proposal and my wife was like "Don't believe his lies! His honeyed words are only to benefit him! If you move your armada to attack Wash your entire southern border is exposed and that's where Matt will roll right over you!"

    I acted aghast at such an insinuation but mostly I was like damn it hun you're killing me here

    And Cass was like "aren't... aren't you on his side?" and my wife let out an Edna Krabapple "HA!"

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  • PLAPLA The process.Registered User regular
    Pony wrote: »
    You know what card game is weirdly vicious?

    Double Hearts

    It's Hearts, but you play with two decks combined, and the same card on the same trick nullifies both.

    So if I lead the King of Spades, and you play the Queen of Spades, and the guy after you plays the other King of Spades, our Kings don't count for that trick (although it's still a Spades trick) and your Queen is leading, so if the fourth guy scoots under your Queen, you take the trick.

    This can make the game RUDE AS HELL. I play it with my wife and her family (who introduced it to me) and man I am glad we're all good sports about it because dang, shit gets real.

    Let me tell you about a game called Blackout.

    It's a trick taking game. You deal out 10 cards to each player (assuming you have 5 or fewer players). This leaves some number of cards left in the deck. You turn over the top card; whatever suit it is, that's trump.

    Now everybody bids on how many tricks they'll take. To make your bid, you have to take exactly that number of tricks, no more, no fewer. If you make your bid, you get 10 points plus your bid. If you don't, you get zero points.

    A bid of "zero" is allowed.

    Bidding continues until you get to the last person (the dealer). Add up all the previous bids. If the total is fewer than the number of cards you dealt, subtract the total from the number of cards. The last player CANNOT bid that amount. This ensures that at least one person will get screwed every round.

    Play according to the usual trick-taking card game rules with trump.

    Check to see who made their bids, then write down the scores.

    The dealer shifts to the left, and this time you deal only 9 cards. Repeat the above steps, and the next round you deal 8 cards. Continue with this until you only deal 1 card to each player. Then go back up to 10.

    This game gets so brutal. You're never safe, even if you've already made your bid, because if you have middling cards like 8s, 9s, and 10s, you might accidentally take something if the other players decide to screw you or you get back luck. It gets really intense when the starting hand size is under 4. The above rule about the dealer not being able to bid an amount that would make the total bids equal to the number of cards comes up way more often than you'd think, especially with fewer cards.

    So much fucking other people over. So much cursing.

    Let me tell you about a game called Monopoly.

    I will steal your money. I will take it from you, and then you will have less and I will have more for no legitimate reason.

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  • Kid PresentableKid Presentable Registered User regular
    Pony wrote: »
    A couple of my friends are in that spot where like, their SO expects them to be an instant and guaranteed ally in all card and board games and will get genuinely upset if that implicit trust is betrayed

    Whereas my wife and I realize we are probably each others' most dangerous foe at the table and will go for the jugular ASAP, and will form alliances with other players against each other.

    Only in games that are explicitly cooperative for the entire table(Arkham Horror, for example) do we ever team up, because even in team-based games we realise that allying with each other is actually kinda unfair to everyone else.

    My wife and I were allies in a game of Risk Legacy and were demolishing the board and it was my turn and I was like just a sec I gotta check something and I was fiddling on my phone

    And she was like ARE YOU QUEUEING UP RAINS OF CASTAMERE ON YOUR FUCKING PHONE YOU BASTARD

    and I was like


    ...no


    (yes i was)

    That is amazing. She looked down and realized you were wearing chainmail under your formal-wear and knew the jig was up.

    Pony
  • PantsBPantsB Registered User regular
    Ludious wrote: »
    ChelleYeah wrote: »
    Ludious wrote: »
    ChelleYeah wrote: »
    ludious pls be nice tnks

    ????? to you in a card game?

    hahahahahahaha no

    no about fancy dinner

    jerk

    be nice? To Abigail's? Why? It's no one's fault that it turned out to be a focal point of some townie jizz leyline

    hey hey hey

    It was some gownie jizz leyline. Two of them at least were MIT profs

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  • MazzyxMazzyx Comedy Gold Registered User regular
    I feel like fancy dinner two years ago where Deebs basically made everyone pay the pre fixe up front to him via paypal/venmo was a good idea. With how the place is set up we got separate drink tabs so you didn't play the game to run people down.

    Abigals was a shit show due to random karaoke night that seemed to have forgotten to inform us that was occurring until they put a speaker next to Lud's head for some townie to sing into.

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  • ChelleYeahChelleYeah Mrs. Ludious Living it up in Cinderella's CastleRegistered User regular
    we need a clip board and a paper to sign

    I, CHELLE PAID X DOLLARS

    I post Makeup stuff and Schnauzers on instagram.

    Ludious wrote: »
    I react like a dyslexic crash test dummy. Hit the wall then the brakes.
  • Hahnsoo1Hahnsoo1 Make Ready. We Hunt.Registered User regular
    SniperGuy wrote: »
    I hate it when I'm in a game of Risk or something and winning and someone's like "nah I don't want you to win" and ends up destroying themselves taking me down and so neither of us win. Why??

    I hate it when I'm in a game of Risk.

    That's it. No story. I just hate Risk.

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  • LudiousLudious I just wanted a sandwich A temporally dislocated QuiznosRegistered User regular
    my fondest memory is of my first fancy dinner, deebs counting money, barely containing a massive anxiety attack, the cracks in sanity apparent

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  • ZampanovZampanov You May Not Go Home Until Tonight Has Been MagicalRegistered User regular
    PLA wrote: »
    Pony wrote: »
    You know what card game is weirdly vicious?

    Double Hearts

    It's Hearts, but you play with two decks combined, and the same card on the same trick nullifies both.

    So if I lead the King of Spades, and you play the Queen of Spades, and the guy after you plays the other King of Spades, our Kings don't count for that trick (although it's still a Spades trick) and your Queen is leading, so if the fourth guy scoots under your Queen, you take the trick.

    This can make the game RUDE AS HELL. I play it with my wife and her family (who introduced it to me) and man I am glad we're all good sports about it because dang, shit gets real.

    Let me tell you about a game called Blackout.

    It's a trick taking game. You deal out 10 cards to each player (assuming you have 5 or fewer players). This leaves some number of cards left in the deck. You turn over the top card; whatever suit it is, that's trump.

    Now everybody bids on how many tricks they'll take. To make your bid, you have to take exactly that number of tricks, no more, no fewer. If you make your bid, you get 10 points plus your bid. If you don't, you get zero points.

    A bid of "zero" is allowed.

    Bidding continues until you get to the last person (the dealer). Add up all the previous bids. If the total is fewer than the number of cards you dealt, subtract the total from the number of cards. The last player CANNOT bid that amount. This ensures that at least one person will get screwed every round.

    Play according to the usual trick-taking card game rules with trump.

    Check to see who made their bids, then write down the scores.

    The dealer shifts to the left, and this time you deal only 9 cards. Repeat the above steps, and the next round you deal 8 cards. Continue with this until you only deal 1 card to each player. Then go back up to 10.

    This game gets so brutal. You're never safe, even if you've already made your bid, because if you have middling cards like 8s, 9s, and 10s, you might accidentally take something if the other players decide to screw you or you get back luck. It gets really intense when the starting hand size is under 4. The above rule about the dealer not being able to bid an amount that would make the total bids equal to the number of cards comes up way more often than you'd think, especially with fewer cards.

    So much fucking other people over. So much cursing.

    Let me tell you about a game called Monopoly.

    I will steal your money. I will take it from you, and then you will have less and I will have more for no legitimate reason.

    when people call you on it do you respond with

    sheeeeeeit

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  • OrganichuOrganichu jacobkosh Registered User regular
    Pony wrote: »
    It actually took Cass and Choco off guard when we were first hanging out with them and playing board games

    We were playing Twilight Imperium and Cass and Choco were allies and I was trying to convince Choco to ally with me against Wash, and he was considering my proposal and my wife was like "Don't believe his lies! His honeyed words are only to benefit him! If you move your armada to attack Wash your entire southern border is exposed and that's where Matt will roll right over you!"

    I acted aghast at such an insinuation but mostly I was like damn it hun you're killing me here

    And Cass was like "aren't... aren't you on his side?" and my wife let out an Edna Krabapple "HA!"

    vh is like, listen- i understand you think this is the right move. but it doesn't make sense to threaten me. do what you want of course, but if you look at the whole board you'll realize...

    and part of me is like he is my friend i've played with his cat, he is just trying to teach me

    and the other part is like, he is handing out blankets to indians this slimy little fuck

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  • PonyPony Registered User regular
    Pony wrote: »
    A couple of my friends are in that spot where like, their SO expects them to be an instant and guaranteed ally in all card and board games and will get genuinely upset if that implicit trust is betrayed

    Whereas my wife and I realize we are probably each others' most dangerous foe at the table and will go for the jugular ASAP, and will form alliances with other players against each other.

    Only in games that are explicitly cooperative for the entire table(Arkham Horror, for example) do we ever team up, because even in team-based games we realise that allying with each other is actually kinda unfair to everyone else.

    My wife and I were allies in a game of Risk Legacy and were demolishing the board and it was my turn and I was like just a sec I gotta check something and I was fiddling on my phone

    And she was like ARE YOU QUEUEING UP RAINS OF CASTAMERE ON YOUR FUCKING PHONE YOU BASTARD

    and I was like


    ...no


    (yes i was)

    Playing with porp and Landshark is great, because she'll go after him not even as a strategic move but just because she wants him to lose.

    When I say "great" I mean "great for me", of course.

    Yeah my beloved wife will do this to me as well, torpedo herself into me to prevent me from winning even if it's MAD for us.

  • y2jake215y2jake215 certified Flat Birther theorist the Last Good Boy onlineRegistered User regular
    PantsB wrote: »
    Ludious wrote: »
    ChelleYeah wrote: »
    Ludious wrote: »
    ChelleYeah wrote: »
    ludious pls be nice tnks

    ????? to you in a card game?

    hahahahahahaha no

    no about fancy dinner

    jerk

    be nice? To Abigail's? Why? It's no one's fault that it turned out to be a focal point of some townie jizz leyline

    hey hey hey

    It was some gownie jizz leyline. Two of them at least were MIT profs

    lud just hates boston's true essence

    even like, kraft is a townie to him

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  • Hi I'm Vee!Hi I'm Vee! Formerly VH; She/Her; Is an E X P E R I E N C E Registered User regular
    Hahnsoo1 wrote: »
    SniperGuy wrote: »
    I hate it when I'm in a game of Risk or something and winning and someone's like "nah I don't want you to win" and ends up destroying themselves taking me down and so neither of us win. Why??

    I hate it when I'm in a game of Risk.

    That's it. No story. I just hate Risk.

    loooool yessss

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  • descdesc Goretexing to death Registered User regular
    Organichu wrote: »
    Organichu wrote: »
    PantsB wrote: »
    Organichu wrote: »
    PantsB wrote: »
    Hakkekage wrote: »
    Mazzyx wrote: »
    Hakkekage wrote: »
    spool32 wrote: »
    Hakkekage wrote: »
    Bostonians please recommend venues

    Call the place mazzy linked, its legit.

    It's $$$$, as much as Marliave

    Actually less per the website but also don't trust the website. Contact, give info, see what they say and if they can give you a deal.

    There is food & bev minimum that will put it over the top. Am calling now.

    What $ limits are ppl generally comfortable with?

    the highest it ever was when i hosted was i think 80 bucks? plus some ambiguous amount more diffused around the room in alcohol to hit the minimum, but we could have easily hit it even with some people ordering no drinks

    LOL I completely forgot last year's cash counting fiasco

    your wife saved me like 400 dollars

    i had been drinking a lot and really wanted to have everything over with and i was like ok we hit the number right?

    and she's like no! we have enough to settle our tab but we're supposed to be 400 over because you put down a deposit! you need to get paid back for that right

    *nods gratefully*

    I have a hard time not judging when i hear about these outings and somehow the bill is massively short

    there is a downside and an upside

    the downside is jeez, people :< i think it's mostly people being thoughtless vs dodging the bill, but they're order a few drinks and be like 'eh a 20 should cover it' or something and then you compound that fifteen times or something

    the upside is i've never once been left holding a huge tab. people (puppies, sig, will, dk, et al) always step up and kick in extra so i don't get fucked over. it's a shame it happens in the first place tho

    of the 4? times i held it, i think only once did the tab come out perfect with no one kicking in extra

    When bills are short I bristle in repressed agitation and immediately start handing out cash to try to mitigate the situation

    But I'm always secretly mad because at this point in life with big groups I often put in an extra $10 or whatever in my initial cash and then we're still short

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  • ChelleYeahChelleYeah Mrs. Ludious Living it up in Cinderella's CastleRegistered User regular
    i am willing to bring a clipboard to pax

    of course i am

    I post Makeup stuff and Schnauzers on instagram.

    Ludious wrote: »
    I react like a dyslexic crash test dummy. Hit the wall then the brakes.
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  • PonyPony Registered User regular
    BeNarwhal wrote: »
    Pony wrote: »
    A couple of my friends are in that spot where like, their SO expects them to be an instant and guaranteed ally in all card and board games and will get genuinely upset if that implicit trust is betrayed

    Whereas my wife and I realize we are probably each others' most dangerous foe at the table and will go for the jugular ASAP, and will form alliances with other players against each other.

    Only in games that are explicitly cooperative for the entire table(Arkham Horror, for example) do we ever team up, because even in team-based games we realise that allying with each other is actually kinda unfair to everyone else.

    My wife and I were allies in a game of Risk Legacy and were demolishing the board and it was my turn and I was like just a sec I gotta check something and I was fiddling on my phone

    And she was like ARE YOU QUEUEING UP RAINS OF CASTAMERE ON YOUR FUCKING PHONE YOU BASTARD

    and I was like


    ...no


    (yes i was)

    I remember playing ... I think it was Carcassonne? with you, Aaron, and Cass.

    And you and I realized in the same instance that Aaron was in a really strong position to win

    And from that point on it wasn't about winning for us, but about stifling Aaron wherever and whenever we could.

    Inevitably our accidental cooperation meant you ended up winning, but I was perfectly satisfied with that outcome :P

    Fun fact: I was always planning to win, but I had to unite us in a suicide pact to get you to do your bit.

    BeNarwhal
  • LudiousLudious I just wanted a sandwich A temporally dislocated QuiznosRegistered User regular
    Mazzyx wrote: »
    I feel like fancy dinner two years ago where Deebs basically made everyone pay the pre fixe up front to him via paypal/venmo was a good idea. With how the place is set up we got separate drink tabs so you didn't play the game to run people down.

    Abigals was a shit show due to random karaoke night that seemed to have forgotten to inform us that was occurring until they put a speaker next to Lud's head for some townie to sing into.

    I seriously hope all of those people never feel joy again

  • ZampanovZampanov You May Not Go Home Until Tonight Has Been MagicalRegistered User regular
    the edna crabapple 'ha' is what clinched that awesome

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  • y2jake215y2jake215 certified Flat Birther theorist the Last Good Boy onlineRegistered User regular
    when i was like, 6, i was playing my dad in risk. we're like, 2 hours in, minimum. and my older sister got so frustrated we were apparently paying attention to the game and not her she just threw her blanket on the board, knocking all the pieces everywhere

    i have never forgiven her

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  • Evil MultifariousEvil Multifarious Registered User regular
    Restaurant culture is so weird in the US.

    When there are like 20 people at a table, the servers here still track individual bills (usually digitally) and people pay individually or ask for their bills to be joined up

    Customers regularly ask for things to be divided equally, or some things to be divided while others are not, and all manner of arcade combinations

    Then we just tip 20% for the hassle

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    I fucking hate you Canadians.
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  • ArchArch Neat-o, mosquito! Registered User regular
    Pony wrote: »
    It actually took Cass and Choco off guard when we were first hanging out with them and playing board games

    We were playing Twilight Imperium and Cass and Choco were allies and I was trying to convince Choco to ally with me against Wash, and he was considering my proposal and my wife was like "Don't believe his lies! His honeyed words are only to benefit him! If you move your armada to attack Wash your entire southern border is exposed and that's where Matt will roll right over you!"

    I acted aghast at such an insinuation but mostly I was like damn it hun you're killing me here

    And Cass was like "aren't... aren't you on his side?" and my wife let out an Edna Krabapple "HA!"

    We were playing Shadows over Camelot, and I was the traitor. The entire game I was advocating safe, less risky plays that would ultimately put us too far behind the curve to win (thus meaning I, the traitor, would win).

    Every time I would suggest a safe move, my wife would yell HES THE TRAITOR DONT LISTEN TO HIM HES TRYING TO STALL US OUT and no one believed her

    They executed someone else instead

    She is still mad about it and not only never trusts me when we play board games, she tells everyone else not to trust me either.

    Which is probably a wise move, because I'm generally never out to win board games, I'm just there to screw with other players and prevent other people from winning.

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