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Re: First Introductory Thread

Post by notStanley » Wed Feb 20, 2013 4:13 pm

howdy y'all! do not remember what pointed me here, but after an archive trawl it has had a solid spot in the Dailies folder of my browser favorites.

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Re: First Introductory Thread

Post by shadowinthelight » Thu Feb 21, 2013 1:08 am

notStanley wrote:howdy y'all!
*tips cowboy hat* You'll fit in just fine 'round these here parts. *walking away wondering where the hell the cowboy hat came from considering I don't own one*
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Re: First Introductory Thread

Post by Jabberwonky » Thu Feb 21, 2013 1:16 am

The denizens of the fair and wonderful state of Texas do seem to make up a large percentage of the Wapsi forumites.
Or maybe we're just the loudest...
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Re: First Introductory Thread

Post by DinkyInky » Thu Feb 21, 2013 10:41 am

Jabberwonky wrote:The denizens of the fair and wonderful state of Texas do seem to make up a large percentage of the Wapsi forumites.
Or maybe we're just the loudest...
Not to mention, they are by and large, the most polite, honest folk I have ever met in my travels...at least the Dallas/Ft. Worth and Houston areas I visited...oh, and the folk I asked for directions when driving through El Paso.

Oh, and they know how to make tasty hot sauce! <3
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Re: First Introductory Thread

Post by Julie » Thu Feb 21, 2013 11:47 am

DinkyInky wrote:
Jabberwonky wrote:The denizens of the fair and wonderful state of Texas do seem to make up a large percentage of the Wapsi forumites.
Or maybe we're just the loudest...
Not to mention, they are by and large, the most polite, honest folk I have ever met in my travels...at least the Dallas/Ft. Worth and Houston areas I visited...oh, and the folk I asked for directions when driving through El Paso.

Oh, and they know how to make tasty hot sauce! <3
And we're just flat out awesome! :P

And humble too! :P
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Re: First Introductory Thread

Post by txmystic » Fri Mar 22, 2013 12:31 pm

Julie wrote:
DinkyInky wrote:
Jabberwonky wrote:The denizens of the fair and wonderful state of Texas do seem to make up a large percentage of the Wapsi forumites.
Or maybe we're just the loudest...
Not to mention, they are by and large, the most polite, honest folk I have ever met in my travels...at least the Dallas/Ft. Worth and Houston areas I visited...oh, and the folk I asked for directions when driving through El Paso.

Oh, and they know how to make tasty hot sauce! <3
And we're just flat out awesome! :P

And humble too! :P
one thing I notice about the French is the same very strong pride about all things French...as a texan, I can totally relate---except about Texas, not France, necessarily....

And sure, we have hot sauce in Texas, but here they have cheese and wine....Suuuuuuuuuuuch good cheese and wine...

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Re: First Introductory Thread

Post by Jabberwonky » Fri Mar 22, 2013 9:49 pm

Nuthin' wrong with fine French wines and cheeses...as long as you put a little sause on it.
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Re: First Introductory Thread

Post by bmonk » Sat Mar 23, 2013 11:58 am

Jabberwonky wrote:Nuthin' wrong with fine French wines and cheeses...as long as you put a little sause on it.
:image:
Monks have been bringing you fine drinks -- err, sauces for many years.

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Re: First Introductory Thread

Post by Jabberwonky » Sat Mar 23, 2013 9:03 pm

bmonk wrote:
Jabberwonky wrote:Nuthin' wrong with fine French wines and cheeses...as long as you put a little sause on it.
:image:
Monks have been bringing you fine drinks -- err, sauces for many years.
The Arkansas Times wrote: According to the Subiaco website, their hot sauce ranks at around 250,000 on the Scoville Heat Unit scale; Tabasco brand Habanero sauce comes in at a comparatively measly 7,000.
:? I'll stick to Tabasco and salsa, thank you...
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Re: First Introductory Thread

Post by Julie » Mon Mar 25, 2013 8:16 am

Julie wrote:
DinkyInky wrote:
Jabberwonky wrote:The denizens of the fair and wonderful state of Texas do seem to make up a large percentage of the Wapsi forumites.
Or maybe we're just the loudest...
Not to mention, they are by and large, the most polite, honest folk I have ever met in my travels...at least the Dallas/Ft. Worth and Houston areas I visited...oh, and the folk I asked for directions when driving through El Paso.

Oh, and they know how to make tasty hot sauce! <3
And we're just flat out awesome! :P

And humble too! :P
txmystic wrote:one thing I notice about the French is the same very strong pride about all things French...as a Texan, I can totally relate---except about Texas, not France, necessarily....

And sure, we have hot sauce in Texas, but here they have cheese and wine....Suuuuuuuuuuuch good cheese and wine...
Which is why I loved France. :) I could relate to them...and the ones I met while I was there seemed to have a fascination with certain things they associated with being Texan. I got in good with some for bringing over fresh pecans (and teaching them how to shell them with your bare hands), and I made some of the ladies in the family I stayed with very happy for providing pecan pralines...and the grandmother was exceptionally fond of the Texas flag bird house. :) Maybe it was just the little village I was in...and maybe it was because one of those villagers had gone to Texas as a foreign exchange student (which is why my aunt and I were visiting that village). :P
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Re: First Introductory Thread

Post by white_m » Sun Apr 07, 2013 10:08 pm

Hello,
I'm an avid fan of wapsi square.
I can't imagine with ancient people use blowgun when hunting for foods.

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Post by Atomic » Sun Apr 07, 2013 11:38 pm

Welcome! Fan away!
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Post by johnywilson » Tue Apr 16, 2013 1:27 am

hello,
it's johny wilson, 40 yrs old, married w/ 2 kids. type of outgoing person, friendly and open-minded.
Nice meeting you all
- I'm a satirist so I've got sap glove on if the person is worthy of satire. But I'm not an assassin.
- I love to try anything that makes me feel fun. For example this cheapest sextoy store

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Re: First Introductory Thread

Post by Julie » Tue Apr 16, 2013 8:36 am

Welcome to the party (also known as the Madhouse)! :D
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Re: First Introductory Thread

Post by ShirouZhiwu » Fri Apr 26, 2013 10:32 am

I'm not actually new, I'm been around for 10 years or so, this is just a relatively new web persona for me. I can be a bit of a grump at times, but I'm not actually harmful. I like the new direction the story is going even though some of the characters are rather dysfunctional at times.

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Re: First Introductory Thread

Post by Dragon Hostler » Sat May 11, 2013 7:48 pm

Howdy from San Antonio Texas.

Been a regular reader for a couple years on PC, but a Wapsi Archive junky since I got a Kindle.
Finally decided there were some questions and comments I needed to throw in here.

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Re: First Introductory Thread

Post by Atomic » Sun May 12, 2013 12:07 am

Welcome all! Try the cookies!

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Re: First Introductory Thread

Post by shadowinthelight » Sun May 12, 2013 1:25 am

Dragon Hostler wrote:Been a regular reader for a couple years on PC, but a Wapsi Archive junky since I got a Kindle.
Yeah, archive trawls do have a tendency to kindle an interest in joining forums.
*drops an Amazon.com gift card into the pun jar*
Julie, about Wapsi Square wrote:Oh goodness yes. So much paranormal!

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Re: First Introductory Thread

Post by Dragon Hostler » Sun May 12, 2013 11:23 am

I expected my Gravatar to makes it's appearance. User settings has avatar, default enabled. I got a newbie waiting period or minimum post count?

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Post by Dragon Hostler » Sun May 12, 2013 12:01 pm

OK, I got my personal settings and avatar sorted out sufficiently for now.

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Hostling dragons is similar to hostling horses, but ya need a bigger shovel, oh, and bigger nose plugs. Don't forget the nose plugs!

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