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Author Topic: Random thoughts - On the Origins of "I Could Eat A Horse"  (Read 131421 times)

KittyTac

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Re: Random thoughts - On the Origins of "I Could Eat A Horse"
« Reply #1935 on: June 30, 2022, 08:55:09 am »

I am typing this from Kazakhstan. Visiting my grandparents there.
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Re: Random thoughts - On the Origins of "I Could Eat A Horse"
« Reply #1936 on: June 30, 2022, 09:56:47 am »

Once in DND our group was hunting down a gnomish necromancer and we came across some undead skeletons who were sorta milling around in an abandoned lair.  The weird thing is that they were intelligent and nonhostile.  They seemed aware that they were skeletons, but didn't seem to care, just sorta enjoying their mundane unlives.  That particular DM loved using obscure undead and was particularly fond of intelligent undead civilization, so the weirdest part was that it was *skeletons*.

We chatted awkwardly for a little bit, got a vague lead, and left them in peace.

Many years later now, I just realized...  If I was a gnome necromancer and knew I was being followed, I could set up an auditory illusion (probably through a scry) and prank the *shit* out of some very gullible heroes.

...Was that the lead that led us to the boneyard encounter??  AAAGH GNOMES
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Re: Random thoughts - On the Origins of "I Could Eat A Horse"
« Reply #1937 on: June 30, 2022, 10:16:00 am »

But did you rattle their bones?
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Re: Random thoughts - On the Origins of "I Could Eat A Horse"
« Reply #1938 on: Today at 05:03:32 am »

Like, I was watching a chocolate ad, right? And you know how they are. Sexy young woman eats the chocolate sensually, a loud, disgusting crunch comes out for some reason. At least this is how it was for me.

Look, I like woman. Alot. But how come it is only woman who eats the chocolate? Why not a sexy young man eating the chocolate for once? I mean, the narrator is a man, why not the actor?

Why can't it be a man? I want my variety! Where is my 10-second-husbando?!

ANSWER YOU CAPITALISTIC COWARDS!!!
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Re: Random thoughts - On the Origins of "I Could Eat A Horse"
« Reply #1939 on: Today at 10:31:08 am »

It's because of the weight of the chocolate everybody knows that! From 600g/l onwards you get masculine mascots, just ask the coca cola man, the one with the t-shirt or the the one with the white beard, depending on your kinks.

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Re: Random thoughts - On the Origins of "I Could Eat A Horse"
« Reply #1940 on: Today at 10:39:55 am »

Where is my 10-second-husbando?!

ANSWER YOU CAPITALISTIC COWARDS!!!
Anyways here's PEPSI MAAAAANNNNNNNNNNNN

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Re: Random thoughts - On the Origins of "I Could Eat A Horse"
« Reply #1941 on: Today at 11:04:08 am »

I heard from a video that Pepsi created a video game at some point

Looking this up, it was called Pepsiman and is where the image above was found
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Re: Random thoughts - On the Origins of "I Could Eat A Horse"
« Reply #1942 on: Today at 02:25:27 pm »

Why can't it be a man? I want my variety!

You must have missed this one: https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/cadburys-advert-same-sex-kissing-b1784271.html

(Enjoy the ad but ffs don't eat that sad excuse for chocolate.)
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Re: Random thoughts - On the Origins of "I Could Eat A Horse"
« Reply #1943 on: Today at 05:21:44 pm »

People bake them into brownies??
Other than that, cute bit of rainbow capitalism, it is nice to see :)
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Re: Random thoughts - On the Origins of "I Could Eat A Horse"
« Reply #1944 on: Today at 05:36:10 pm »

Why can't it be a man? I want my variety!

You must have missed this one: https://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/cadburys-advert-same-sex-kissing-b1784271.html

(Enjoy the ad but ffs don't eat that sad excuse for chocolate.)

I haven't "missed" it, more like, couldn't see it.

It's just that Turkey is not a place where such an add can be broadcasted on TV.
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