October 27th, 2007


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Discussion (10)¬

  1. TekServer says:

    Trouble, heck; that was FUN!

    (Yeah, we all know the type … )


  2. Mark Antony says:

    That did look like fun. Maybe I should get into the troll business.

  3. BunnyRock says:

    If you do, just don’t start on the internet. The would might be a better place if all trolls had the decency to live on/under bridges.

    Not that I’m bitter, of course.

  4. “You ever need troll help, you come back here.”

    I’d say I can’t wait to see that offer play out, but I know it will be better with some waiting for the right moment.

  5. Trogdog says:

    lol. nice bunny. but internet trolls serve the important purpose of making us feel righteously indignant.

  6. Tindi says:

    Or give us the itch to reach for flamethrowers.

  7. BoardEntity says:

    trolls will only dodge your flames and through oil upon them. or stand in the midst of them and add fuel to the fire.

  8. BunnyRock says:

    @TekServer: Yes, we all know the type. Might i sucest this chap as the epitimy of that type?


    for those of you with an irrational fear of links (damm you Rick Astley) Here’s a brief summary. In WW2 this British officer volunteered for commando duty. Upon arriving for training he confessed he had no idea what commando duty meant, but “It sounded dangerous, therefore fun.” He served well with only three eccentricities One, he belied that any officer when went into battle without a swords was improperly dressed, so he wore a four-foot long 1700’s Jacobite claymore on his hip at all times, and once captured forty Germans and their mortars with only this. Two: he though guns were too nosy for commando work, so he carried a 90 pound draw longbow, getting the only confirmed longbow kill of WW2. Three, he was certifiably insanely unlikable, His only response to German shellfire that killed nearly everyone on his commando raid but him was to try and play his bagpipe louder, and three egg grenades to the face later the Germans still had to prise it away from him when he was being captured. Then after the war he made kids TV in the UK.

  9. BunnyRock says:

    that should read “Unkillable” not “unlikable” darn spellcheck

  10. Sildraug says:

    Apart from the whole ‘children’s television’ thing, it fit the scenario anyway. “Squad’s dead or dying? PLAY BAGPIPES LOUDER!”