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06:14 pm: Overheard at the Wright Household

Daddy, on the subject of whether or not the boys had to eat all of the dinner.

"Yes. Because we are training you to be a guru. Gurus are people who can walk on hot coals, sleep on beds of nails, and eat unidentified vegetables."

 

Also:

John: "I am starting a new roleplaying game, the Kitchen Sink Game. You can play any character you can think of."

Juss, without losing a beat, "Can I play Galactus?"

John: "No."

 

Originally posted to Welcome to Arhyalon. (link)

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From:johncwright
Date:January 20th, 2013 03:43 pm (UTC)
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You left out the funniest part. I said Juss could play Kid Galactus, who is younger than Galactus, and only eats asteroids and small moons.
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From:arhyalon
Date:January 20th, 2013 05:36 pm (UTC)
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I put that on my Facebook version. Allan responded:

"Or Galactus who will get to destroy and devour the universe.. . only after he does the dishes like mommy says. .."
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From:bojojoti
Date:January 21st, 2013 06:22 am (UTC)
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I'm thinking it's more advantageous to eat veggies than worlds!
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From:cmzero
Date:January 22nd, 2013 05:49 pm (UTC)
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"Cthulu?" "No." "The Oyarsa of Malacandra?" "No!" "Q?" "From Bond?" "From Trek." "No."
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From:arhyalon
Date:January 22nd, 2013 06:25 pm (UTC)
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LOL

What is funny is that this is the same boy who once played Cosmos Boy--who could do anything so long as he was in a Cosmos. He felt this was a sufficient limitation, and there was one moment in the game--run by his brother Orville--where they were outside the Cosmos.

In the same game, John played Aquaman. His power: talk to fish.
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From:jjbrannon
Date:January 22nd, 2013 09:09 pm (UTC)

Hierarchies of power

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Right now I'm laughing so hard I can hardly breathe.

Which is good [for others] because I had garlic and onions in my salad.

I never forget that my son when he was seven would read aloud speed limit signs as "Fifty-five ooomp!"

Sometimes he would ask how much "oomph!" our car had. "Plenty! More than enough!"


JJB

Edited at 2013-01-22 09:10 pm (UTC)
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