Persecution and Whining

The part of the church where the silliest things happen. Conversations that sound like they belong in the youth room will be moved here.
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Post by John-Boy » Thu Mar 30, 2006 6:48 pm

kendrck wrote:
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John-Boy wrote:Aaaah... That's a trick quesiton! Elves don't need to go on dialects... they're not fat. That's the hobbits! RIGHT!?!?
i mean, seriously ... who cares if their kidneys are failing ...
No, No... I think I got it right this time. I think he's asking if Elves are Scientoligists, right? Isn't Dialects one of those L. Ron Hubbard books?
Tom Cruise wasn't in LOTR ...
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Post by Skip » Fri Mar 31, 2006 12:53 pm

John-Boy wrote:I love Fellowship of the Ring. I wanna be a hobbit too.
Actually, J-B would probably make a great hobbit. The type that sits at home, drinks lots of ale, smokes lots of weed, doesn't shave his toes, and complains that 'adventures are nasty, uncomfortable things that make you late for dinner.' That type of hobbit is in the majority by far: safe, conservative, predictable, solid, respectable...

...and boring. :twisted:

So - what IS J-B's hobbit name? Go on. Go to that site and tell us who you are...

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Post by John-Boy » Fri Mar 31, 2006 12:56 pm

Skip wrote:
John-Boy wrote:I love Fellowship of the Ring. I wanna be a hobbit too.
Actually, J-B would probably make a great hobbit. The type that sits at home, drinks lots of ale, smokes lots of weed, doesn't shave his toes, and complains that 'adventures are nasty, uncomfortable things that make you late for dinner.' That type of hobbit is in the majority by far: safe, conservative, predictable, solid, respectable...

...and boring. :twisted:

So - what IS J-B's hobbit name? Go on. Go to that site and tell us who you are...

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It came out "fatty." I didn't know he was a hobbit.

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Post by Skip » Fri Mar 31, 2006 1:00 pm

John-Boy wrote:
Skip wrote:
John-Boy wrote:I love Fellowship of the Ring. I wanna be a hobbit too.
Actually, J-B would probably make a great hobbit. The type that sits at home, drinks lots of ale, smokes lots of weed, doesn't shave his toes, and complains that 'adventures are nasty, uncomfortable things that make you late for dinner.' That type of hobbit is in the majority by far: safe, conservative, predictable, solid, respectable...

...and boring. :twisted:

So - what IS J-B's hobbit name? Go on. Go to that site and tell us who you are...

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It came out "fatty." I didn't know he was a hobbit.
Fatty Bolger, though his given name was Fredegar. Friend of Frodo's; if you'd paid attention in your reading you would've known that - he was in on Frodo's fake move to Crickhollow. :wink:
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Post by John-Boy » Fri Mar 31, 2006 1:08 pm

Skip wrote:
John-Boy wrote:
Skip wrote:
John-Boy wrote:I love Fellowship of the Ring. I wanna be a hobbit too.
Actually, J-B would probably make a great hobbit. The type that sits at home, drinks lots of ale, smokes lots of weed, doesn't shave his toes, and complains that 'adventures are nasty, uncomfortable things that make you late for dinner.' That type of hobbit is in the majority by far: safe, conservative, predictable, solid, respectable...

...and boring. :twisted:

So - what IS J-B's hobbit name? Go on. Go to that site and tell us who you are...

~Bingo
It came out "fatty." I didn't know he was a hobbit.
Fatty Bolger, though his given name was Fredegar. Friend of Frodo's; if you'd paid attention in your reading you would've known that - he was in on Frodo's fake move to Crickhollow. :wink:
Oh yeah!! I remember that guy. Okay, I lied. It didn't come out fatty. That just seemed to go with what you described. I'm in rebellion again... I don't want to know what the name generator thingy says. Maybe I'll make a dukes of hazzard name generator...

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Post by kendrck » Sat Apr 01, 2006 1:21 pm

John-Boy wrote:
Skip wrote:
John-Boy wrote:I love Fellowship of the Ring. I wanna be a hobbit too.
Actually, J-B would probably make a great hobbit. The type that sits at home, drinks lots of ale, smokes lots of weed, doesn't shave his toes, and complains that 'adventures are nasty, uncomfortable things that make you late for dinner.' That type of hobbit is in the majority by far: safe, conservative, predictable, solid, respectable...

...and boring. :twisted:

So - what IS J-B's hobbit name? Go on. Go to that site and tell us who you are...

~Bingo
It came out "fatty." I didn't know he was a hobbit.
are you sure you really read the book?
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Post by PipeAndPint » Sat Apr 01, 2006 2:38 pm

kendrck wrote:
John-Boy wrote:
Skip wrote:
John-Boy wrote:I love Fellowship of the Ring. I wanna be a hobbit too.
Actually, J-B would probably make a great hobbit. The type that sits at home, drinks lots of ale, smokes lots of weed, doesn't shave his toes, and complains that 'adventures are nasty, uncomfortable things that make you late for dinner.' That type of hobbit is in the majority by far: safe, conservative, predictable, solid, respectable...

...and boring. :twisted:

So - what IS J-B's hobbit name? Go on. Go to that site and tell us who you are...

~Bingo
It came out "fatty." I didn't know he was a hobbit.
are you sure you really read the book?
J.R.R. Tolkien himself claimed to be a hobbit "in all but stature".
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Post by kendrck » Sat Apr 01, 2006 2:43 pm

PipeAndPint wrote:
kendrck wrote:
John-Boy wrote:
Skip wrote:
John-Boy wrote:I love Fellowship of the Ring. I wanna be a hobbit too.
Actually, J-B would probably make a great hobbit. The type that sits at home, drinks lots of ale, smokes lots of weed, doesn't shave his toes, and complains that 'adventures are nasty, uncomfortable things that make you late for dinner.' That type of hobbit is in the majority by far: safe, conservative, predictable, solid, respectable...

...and boring. :twisted:

So - what IS J-B's hobbit name? Go on. Go to that site and tell us who you are...

~Bingo
It came out "fatty." I didn't know he was a hobbit.
are you sure you really read the book?
J.R.R. Tolkien himself claimed to be a hobbit "in all but stature".
I'm not sure I needed to know about Tolkien's hairy toes...

hey, that'd make a great band name ... "Tolkien's Hairy Toes"
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Post by PipeAndPint » Sat Apr 01, 2006 3:07 pm

kendrck wrote:
PipeAndPint wrote:
kendrck wrote:
John-Boy wrote:
Skip wrote:
John-Boy wrote:I love Fellowship of the Ring. I wanna be a hobbit too.
Actually, J-B would probably make a great hobbit. The type that sits at home, drinks lots of ale, smokes lots of weed, doesn't shave his toes, and complains that 'adventures are nasty, uncomfortable things that make you late for dinner.' That type of hobbit is in the majority by far: safe, conservative, predictable, solid, respectable...

...and boring. :twisted:

So - what IS J-B's hobbit name? Go on. Go to that site and tell us who you are...

~Bingo
It came out "fatty." I didn't know he was a hobbit.
are you sure you really read the book?
J.R.R. Tolkien himself claimed to be a hobbit "in all but stature".
I'm not sure I needed to know about Tolkien's hairy toes...

hey, that'd make a great band name ... "Tolkien's Hairy Toes"
Yeah! You could even do stickers like the old NIN stickers.. they'd be totally reversible!
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Re: Persecution and Whining

Post by UncleBob » Thu Jun 07, 2018 7:38 am

I wonder how John-Boy feels about the new LOTR TV show? More Duke's of Hazard, less walking?

Stay tuned, true-believers.
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