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Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #210 on: July 07, 2019, 02:22:28 AM »
I know you're not alone dealing with various demons Azzerae and Sixteen, but really...Is this really the place for mutual/self psycho analysis?

I think Azzerae got banned. That gif was removed and it looks like he was too.

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« Reply #211 on: July 07, 2019, 02:25:55 AM »
I think Azzerae got banned. That gif was removed and it looks like he was too.


Praise MV!

He was trashing up all my favorite threads.

Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #212 on: July 07, 2019, 04:20:11 AM »


Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #213 on: July 07, 2019, 07:01:55 AM »

Praise MV!

He was trashing up all my favorite threads.

Ugh.  Who are you, and what have you done with brig?


Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #214 on: July 07, 2019, 07:52:50 AM »
Tune in again next week for more Floor Talk, when we discuss what grade of sand paper to use to get that oh-so-right finish.

Oh shush you.

Not all of us have a gaggle of Poles kept captive out back in a hut and threatened with kidney removal to do things for us.

Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #215 on: July 07, 2019, 08:19:31 AM »
Oh shush you.

Not all of us have a gaggle of Poles kept captive out back in a hut and threatened with kidney removal to do things for us.

Any mention of poles might lead to K_Dubb divesting himself of even more clothing, so be careful. Anyway, mind your own sodding business! They haven't complained. At least, they haven't said anything I understand, they just keep waving their arms about and gabbling in that incomprehensible lingo of theirs, which I believe is how Poles express happiness and contentment.

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« Reply #216 on: July 07, 2019, 08:25:46 AM »
Shot blasting is guaranteed to take care of any problems. I would use it on a garage floor if oil has been left on it for a long time at any point. The downside is the clean up, and you require a concrete vacuum to attache to the blaster. Not too expensive as you can usually reuse the shot. If it were newer, or a basement, diamond brushes on a machine that looks like a floor polisher would be my choice. Roughs up the surface for paint and takes care of any smaller imperfections that would prevent paint adhesion.

And when it comes to the paint itself, the most important thing is the thickness of the coat(s). Get a gauge to measure the wet film and adjust accordingly. Too thin or thick is going to give you problems in high traffic.

Before painting fill in any spalls or cracks with a quality epoxy product. Chase them with a special diamond "V" shaped blade on your angle grinder, fill them, and grind them down with a standard grinding wheel. (I'm suddenly drawing a blank as to the product that I used to choose- but I still have some downstairs...)

Thanks.  Yeah - unfortunately, I would have to go the shot blasting route for the floor.  Of course there are other items on the list first before the floor.  Move from the flat off white paint to bright white gloss, change existing lights to T8 and add more off them. Add over the door shelving, then do the floor.  Finally replace my hodge podge of storage with a quality, uniform storage organization system that would look bitchin'.

It's tricky because I have 14+ feet from floor to ceiling so I'd need a scaffold I guess, to even get at the ceiling or lights. 

Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #217 on: July 07, 2019, 08:38:16 AM »
Shot blasting is guaranteed to take care of any problems. I would use it on a garage floor if oil has been left on it for a long time at any point. The downside is the clean up, and you require a concrete vacuum to attache to the blaster. Not too expensive as you can usually reuse the shot. If it were newer, or a basement, diamond brushes on a machine that looks like a floor polisher would be my choice. Roughs up the surface for paint and takes care of any smaller imperfections that would prevent paint adhesion.

And when it comes to the paint itself, the most important thing is the thickness of the coat(s). Get a gauge to measure the wet film and adjust accordingly. Too thin or thick is going to give you problems in high traffic.

Before painting fill in any spalls or cracks with a quality epoxy product. Chase them with a special diamond "V" shaped blade on your angle grinder, fill them, and grind them down with a standard grinding wheel. (I'm suddenly drawing a blank as to the product that I used to choose- but I still have some downstairs...)

Holy shit, you are one tedious asshole.

Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #218 on: July 07, 2019, 08:39:19 AM »
Any mention of poles might lead to K_Dubb divesting himself of even more clothing, so be careful. Anyway, mind your own sodding business! They haven't complained. At least, they haven't said anything I understand, they just keep waving their arms about and gabbling in that incomprehensible lingo of theirs, which I believe is how Poles express happiness and contentment.

How much more could he dare to bare at this point?   

I'm sure the Poles are content.  Just don't steal their Kishka and they'll be fine.  Might be nice if you could see fit to grant
O'Neill some internet access from time to time.  I rather miss his posts and gifs.


Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #219 on: July 07, 2019, 08:47:30 AM »
How much more could he dare to bare at this point?   

I'm sure the Poles are content.  Just don't steal their Kishka and they'll be fine.  Might be nice if you could see fit to grant
O'Neill some internet access from time to time.  I rather miss his posts and gifs.

Perhaps his attachment to baroque smoking devices came about because his body looks like it's made out of pipe cleaners? You'd think Mr Puniverse would have the decency to at least slip on a T-shirt and spare us his thoracic shortcomings.

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« Reply #220 on: July 07, 2019, 09:09:35 AM »


How did I ever miss the original from Laura?  That is magnificent in it's simplicity and sheer brutality.
Just another example that YP married way above his pay grade.

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« Reply #221 on: July 07, 2019, 09:11:51 AM »
Perhaps his attachment to baroque smoking devices came about because his body looks like it's made out of pipe cleaners? You'd think Mr Puniverse would have the decency to at least slip on a T-shirt and spare us his thoracic shortcomings.


Absolutely.  Maybe his Mom would let him spend the summer down here in the South East?   A few months of yard work in the
blazing sun might cure that blinding, frog belly white thing as well.

Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #222 on: July 07, 2019, 09:29:32 AM »
How did I ever miss the original from Laura?  That is magnificent in it's simplicity and sheer brutality.
Just another example that YP married way above his pay grade.


Near the top.

https://bellgab.com/index.php?topic=8324.msg1328888#msg1328888

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« Reply #223 on: July 07, 2019, 09:37:22 AM »

Near the top.

https://bellgab.com/index.php?topic=8324.msg1328888#msg1328888

Oh baby, I've got tears.  :P

Mrs. Walks wants to know what's so funny.  It just doesn't convey.  "Well there are these two English guys and a lady in California, plus a Canadian dude and another lady who sees giant wolves."

Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #224 on: July 07, 2019, 09:45:22 AM »
Oh baby, I've got tears.  :P

Mrs. Walks wants to know what's so funny.  It just doesn't convey. "Well there are these two English guys and a lady in California, plus a Canadian dude and another lady who sees giant wolves."


Is that a difficult thing to explain then?  ???

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« Reply #225 on: July 07, 2019, 09:54:08 AM »

Is that a difficult thing to explain then?  ???

The only thing she found vaguely interesting was the giant wolves.  Sadly my knowledge there is sketchy.
I thinking they were hanging around the driveway waiting to eat the mailman or something?

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« Reply #226 on: July 07, 2019, 10:09:28 AM »
The only thing she found vaguely interesting was the giant wolves.  Sadly my knowledge there is sketchy.
I thinking they were hanging around the driveway waiting to eat the mailman or something?

Have you broached Senda and sweet Kathy yet?

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« Reply #227 on: July 07, 2019, 10:23:50 AM »
Have you broached Senda and sweet Kathy yet?

Oh I've been busted a few times watching Senda.  It is an uncomfortable thing when it happens.
Filthy porn would be more straightforward to explain actually. 

Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #228 on: July 07, 2019, 10:29:20 AM »
Oh I've been busted a few times watching Senda.  It is an uncomfortable thing when it happens.
Filthy porn would be more straightforward to explain actually.


I'm lucky in that respect because (Whisper this) if it wasn't for Senda, Laura and I probably wouldn't have got together. If Senda knew that (and he won't because everyone here minds there own goddam business and will STFU) he'd react appropriately.

Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #229 on: July 07, 2019, 10:39:03 AM »

I'm lucky in that respect because (Whisper this) if it wasn't for Senda, Laura and I probably wouldn't have got together. If Senda knew that (and he won't because everyone here minds there own goddam business and will STFU) he'd react appropriately.

He won't hear it from me.  However, if Sendadate.com is launched, it will be apparent that someone weaseled. 

Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #230 on: July 07, 2019, 10:48:27 AM »

Absolutely.  Maybe his Mom would let him spend the summer down here in the South East?   A few months of yard work in the
blazing sun might cure that blinding, frog belly white thing as well.

Give that effete stick insect a knife, a bag, and set him to work picking cotton. You can wander past him every now and again in your favourite Boss Hogg outfit and lash him across his bony buttocks if it looks like he's shirking.

Failing that, you can introduce him to the delights of porcine supervision, tending your 'hawgs'. Once he's been up to his knees in pigshit he might feel less like writing so much of it.

I'd be chary of exposing your house guest to the neighbours, though. If they see this fancy feller swishing up the main drag (and it's a drag in every meaning of that word when he's around) in his puffy shirt and knickerbockers they might start asking uncomfortable questions. And they probably ask too many of those as it is where you're concerned.

Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #231 on: July 07, 2019, 10:54:09 AM »
Perhaps his attachment to baroque smoking devices came about because his body looks like it's made out of pipe cleaners? You'd think Mr Puniverse would have the decency to at least slip on a T-shirt and spare us his thoracic shortcomings.

Well I am generally held to be astonishingly flexible.

Steel yourselves, gentlemen; I am about to woo.

Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #232 on: July 07, 2019, 10:58:28 AM »
Well I am generally held to be astonishingly flexible.

Steel yourselves, gentlemen; I am about to woo.


That's usually the case when you're recruited into the den of depravity that SV frequents.

Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #233 on: July 07, 2019, 11:15:22 AM »

That's usually the case when you're recruited into the den of depravity that SV frequents.

Thank you for amplifying the point, good sir.  It is good to have a friend standing by, and I see you never miss a trick.  May I call you Cyrano (as a tribute to your lyrical wit, you see, and not as contumely against your proboscis which is of an altogether nobler mien) and turn to you when words inevitably fail?

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« Reply #234 on: July 07, 2019, 11:24:09 AM »
Thank you for amplifying the point, good sir.  It is good to have a friend standing by, and I see you never miss a trick.  May I call you Cyrano (as a tribute to your lyrical wit, you see, and not as contumely against your proboscis which is of an altogether nobler mien) and turn to you when words inevitably fail?


Cyrano as in the adhesive? Oh wait...That's cyanoacrylate and not at all Cyrano.

Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #235 on: July 07, 2019, 11:43:54 AM »
Here, lest you imagine my threat was an idle one.  I fancy a few more of these will melt your cold, cold heart:


With lovelorn gaze across th'Atlantic sea,
And sighs which heave my paltry bosom bare,
I gently strum my lyre ukulele
And sing sad songs because he does not care.

It's rocks and clods that greet my tender suit,
Though we both kneel at fair Apollo's shrine.
My love's a shrub which flow'rs but does not fruit --
In hope I scan each missile for a sign.

With all my art I dissect his harsh words
(Delivered in a fey and lisping mew):
Examination shows they are just turds
And each flung lump conceals no billet-doux.

Would he but let the North's midsummer sun
Pierce English mists, dispelling gloom within!
He'd never lack a fresh-baked Chelsea bun,
Or stare forlornly at his muffin tin.

'Tis only justice that th'ungrateful cunt
Propel me 'round some swamp aboard his punt.


I am particularly fond of the figure that begins "My love's a shrub..." so keep your filthy bourgeois mitts off it.  As for the rest, tear it to pieces.

Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #236 on: July 07, 2019, 12:17:33 PM »
Here, lest you imagine my threat was an idle one.  I fancy a few more of these will melt your cold, cold heart:


With lovelorn gaze across th'Atlantic sea,
And sighs which heave my paltry bosom bare,
I gently strum my lyre ukulele
And sing sad songs because he does not care.

It's rocks and clods that greet my tender suit,
Though we both kneel at fair Apollo's shrine.
My love's a shrub which flow'rs but does not fruit --
In hope I scan each missile for a sign.

With all my art I dissect his harsh words
(Delivered in a fey and lisping mew):
Examination shows they are just turds
And each flung lump conceals no billet-doux.

Would he but let the North's midsummer sun
Pierce English mists, dispelling gloom within!
He'd never lack a fresh-baked Chelsea bun,
Or stare forlornly at his muffin tin.

'Tis only justice that th'ungrateful cunt
Propel me 'round some swamp aboard his punt.


I am particularly fond of the figure that begins "My love's a shrub..." so keep your filthy bourgeois mitts off it.  As for the rest, tear it to pieces.


You were doing so well up until Chelsea bun. Now you're not only off my Christmas card list but my exclusive 'favoured members' list to one of my famed parties on SV's gin palace down in Monaco.

Re: Azzerae's Thread
« Reply #237 on: July 07, 2019, 12:35:16 PM »

You were doing so well up until Chelsea bun. Now you're not only off my Christmas card list but my exclusive 'favoured members' list to one of my famed parties on SV's gin palace down in Monaco.

(Stage whisper, man!  That's the kind of thing I could scrub out real quick-like while himself is not looking.  What other delectable can I put in there, minding the meter of course?)

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« Reply #238 on: July 07, 2019, 12:40:32 PM »
(Stage whisper, man!  That's the kind of thing I could scrub out real quick-like while himself is not looking.  What other delectable can I put in there, minding the meter of course?)


Fish and Chips doesn't really scan does it?


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« Reply #239 on: July 07, 2019, 12:48:23 PM »

Fish and Chips doesn't really scan does it?

No, and I've never made it anyway.  There's Sally Lunn, which is too boring, or saffron bun, or if I change it to "Would he but of the Northern sun partake" that brings all the cakes into play...