Re: If you *actually have* a physical disability, what is it?
Posted: Wed Dec 08, 2010 10:01 am
Just tunnel deeper, (but be sure not to wake any sleeping Balrogs.)
(Where's the Walkthrough?)
Woah woah... He built the house himself... into a mountain? That's awesome.Wrench Wench wrote:Well there's plenty of land I just have no clue if you can expand something like this. It's built into the side of the mountain effectively.
Hired one of those digging machines to do most of the work but he did pretty much build the whole thing himself. Everyone in town thought it was really weird that this quiet English man had suddenly showed up and started camping out there in a caravan, thought it was even more weird when he started digging. The police actually pestered him a few times over it. Fucking hilarious looking back on it all really. I met him not long after he'd actually started building the place.Napalm wrote:Woah woah... He built the house himself... into a mountain? That's awesome.
I did that once. In minecraft.
Hopefully bigger too, gandalf could barely move his head in that place.Wrench Wench wrote:You remember the house Bilbo lived in the Lord of the Rings? It's a lot like that except it's in the side of a mountain not a hill.
Well yeah he ended up making it a lot bigger than he originally intended just so I wouldn't end up braining myself on the doorframes.Darlat wrote:Hopefully bigger too, gandalf could barely move his head in that place.
Would Cracked even care about anything in Scotland?Minister of Gloom wrote:So you are planning on creating a large family of giants to live in a cave-house somewhere by a mountain in Scotland?
I don't know if it's creepy, awesome, hilarious, or all three. Keep updating us about how it goes, I want to be there to comment when they inevitably put all this in a "Cracked" article.
Oh, and tell your boyfriend he's a freaking badass
Sounds cozy. Send pictures.Wrench Wench wrote:You remember the house Bilbo lived in the Lord of the Rings? It's a lot like that except it's in the side of a mountain not a hill.
Certainly. They even have an article about Wales.Would Cracked even care about anything in Scotland?
I would if I had one of those digital camera things. Although it would probably explode if I tried using it. This old computer is probably the most advanced thing I know how to use outside my work.Mirage_GSM wrote:Sounds cozy. Send pictures.
Hoyven, again with der de-railing and the person nyeh-hey.ElisaMasah wrote:You know Wrench Wench, I've always thinked scotland people are made of awesome and win ... you just confirmed that.
Do you have anosmia or hyposmia?- wrote:I have no idea if it counts, but I have Kallmann syndrome. Honestly, I don't think it's a big deal, but some people do.
Even though I formally have hyposmia, I can't smell anything except alcohol. Quite frankly, "anosmia" is the best part of the disease, I find the lack of LH and FSH (Hypogonadotropic hypogonadism, aka the "Peter Pan" effect) much harder to deal with. I personally consider KS a pretty ''easy mode'' syndrome though, compared to other similar problems.Darroth wrote:Do you have anosmia or hyposmia?- wrote:I have no idea if it counts, but I have Kallmann syndrome. Honestly, I don't think it's a big deal, but some people do.