Discussion in 'Announcements' started by Jon, Apr 1, 2016.
I fill triggered every time I read a post know. Tanks a tonne, guys.
Huh, well this explains why I have been seeing wangs, all over the forum today. I was wandering if it was just a popular thing, to call wands, wangs.
Quite popular: It's just another synonym for baguette.
[storybody]" Harry held his wang aloft, his grip delicate but true, just like his father had shown him. He put one foot forward, his back straight, head held high - a duelist's stance. "[/storybody]
[storybody]" I due think that Dumbledore wood give the wang to Tom since I think that Dumbledore is a lot more arrogant in his youth so he would think that he could control Tom, "[/storybody]
I don't see what's so unusual about all this.
I had a french wang for breakfast this morning. It was delicious.
It helps if you pronounce it 'wahngs', like in the stupid Last Airbender movie.
On one hand, it's cool seeing a piece of my writing embodying the spirit of the holiday. On the other, it may end up forever associated with this wang business. So, feeling ambivalent.
At first, I did not understand what was going on. But now, I due process it.
Well, I'm not about to let a little thing like that stop me from updating Cursebreaking Hamunaptra as soon as I get the next scene done. Rejoice in the moment, Scott, and spread those tremendous moose-mingo wings with pride!
God damn it DLP.
My favorite part of dis mess is dat tags were affected too. Every time I look at the bottom of my thread and see harry/Frank, I simultaneously crack up and sputter in horror at the realization dat I'm apparently wanking slash
Edit: w-r-i-t-i-n-g -> wanking gawedammit DLP
Edit2: guys, imagine reading My Immortal with dis filter
Edit3: I'm reading The Office oh god my sick sick mind
I don't need to know that you're wanking and making a mess.
I must admit I find this far more funny than it has any right to be.
My spelling and grammar are always perfect.
Can we just keep DLP like this always? Clearly this is best.
Separate names with a comma.