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Discussion in 'Forum Games and Randomness' started by Cuttleshock, 19 October 2017.
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Practicing German genitive case, muttering "des der des der" every now and again must make me look like a loon
Oh I see, for reason I thought you were saying it replaced dashes with something else
Brooklyn Nets point guard Jeremy Lin joins Gordon Hayward in the 'injured on the first game of the year' club.
These athletes aren't rich spoiled brats that are only there to collect a paycheck. They are true competitors, they love what they do, and they want to play. Jeremy realizes immediately after her fell that his season is now over. He clutches his knees and tells his coach "I'm done, I'm done." The look on his face is heartbreaking.
How is it that there was a two season parody of The Lord of the Rings made by CBBC called Muddle Earth that I never heard of till today?
Edit: There was even a MMO for it!
There's an NBA parody of "Game Of Thrones" by Bleacher Report called "Game Of Zones".
There surely must be a Game of Pones
I thought that was a book.
Sorry for the delay in locking the old thread. I was busy napping.
Yep, found that in a shop earlier today, the TV series is an adaptation of it.
Is there a Bored of the Rings adaptation?
A worthy cause!
It's okay. Everyone is talking basketball, books, and puns. Everything is well.
Well, that's certainly a thing.
An official Hasbro video, no less:
All I could find was an unofficial adaptation called Bored of the Rings: The Trilogy.
Also there doesn't seem to be any way to get hold of the Muddle Earth TV series. No physical release and it appears to have been mostly deleted from the internet. Only a Wikipedia page, 1 trailer, 1 short, and a review of the game remains.
*forlornly daydreams of tidy, pretty bookshelves and a peaceful, cosy study*
I went to comment on the other LPW thread but it was locked.
Confusion, then surprise, then trying to remember how to navigate this forum cause I never go to the other bits.
I wish I could post more, but that's ones of the very few episodes were they don't swear.
A teeny-wee moth just landed on me.