@The Pentacle Queen,
What in the world are you on about?
Never mind. I don't really want to know.
I'm going back over to the other thread. At least I think I understand that one a little bit. Well, maybe not much, but more than this one.
i don't think she's talking to you beth
i wish everyone would learn the difference between reply all and reply to the person
some threads get very confusing
ah sorry, i meant to say that to set when he told me to get off the thread if it made me cringe- meant it was fount, not set that made me cringe.
I'm never confused . . . i always know . . .
. . . that i don't know what's going on . . .
how much of that root beer have you had
I refuse to comment . . . but i'm god, i can hold my liquor . . .
Forget about the root beer, ask him about the gouda
I always figured god would be one of those angry drunks.
I like that . . . that's a great image . . . and so apt when one considers the old testament.
God, already having created man in his/her image, found the creature lacking in one department... knowledge. Seriously.
So, after a whole day of rest to figure out a solution, (s)he decided that a receptable was needed that could contain all of his/her knowledge. Without deciding on the form yet, (s)he instead made an amorphous image and poured all of this knowledge into this receptable. It was a long, tiresome job, but eventually, (s)he completed it. Finally done, (s)he just closed her eyes for an instant, content at this new creation.
Whereupon the devil came forth from the abyss (s)he was lurking in, and created a fleshy shell of irritation around this as of yet amorphous form.
And thus, Setanta was born.
Neither God, nor the devil, but a masterpiece of both?
But most certainly, given the title, an attention whore.
Thank you, thank you . . . i'll be here all week . . . try the veal . . . don't forget to generously tip the servers . . .