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Dolorous Gabe

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About Dolorous Gabe

  • Birthday October 1

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  • I drink, therefore I dram
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    Out with the Rain Dogs
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    jabbing keys, authorship, hitting spheroid objects with rubber-laden cudgel, long-form televisual presentations, short-form cinematic presentations, libations of the single malt and stout/porter variety, humanism, salmon,

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  1. I can testify to having preferred the idea of a nice comfortable 2-0 victory. Respect of course to Liverpool for creating a title race. Hope Klopp and Pep continue and maintain these crazy standards.
  2. @rocksniffer @She who must be Obeyed @Turinqui-Calima @yomi @northernwarg @Lady Blizzardborn @Night'sQueen Warm salutations to any of the above who sees this. Do please consider playing this new Acrophilia hosted by Castellan.
  3. Hello you lovely people (and thing[s]) and Happy New Year Castellan, you have my eternal admiration for trying to restart Acrophilia. Sadly, I feel like I need the next book to reignite my engagement with the series and the forum
  4. Excellent game, I think a collective pat on the back is warranted. Everyone contributed great entries. Congratulations to AssHat, you consistently come up with interesting perspectives. Many thanks to Fragile Bird for the game. Hosting isn't easy. There are times when I'd love to know the reasoning behind choices but that's the nature of the game.
  5. I wish... but thank you Life is life, don't worry about it
  6. No, it is Sunday 18th of August 2025 The question is, will there be a book to read by then?
  7. hahaha Hello, a hand awaits heralding answers Or Hello, have heart! An answer awaits, hearken heedfully: are all here agreeable? Against?
  8. 1) 5 - I relate to this too much 2) 6 3) 4 @L'oiseau fran├žais The idea that came into my head was that you could give us acronyms as normal but we can reuse each letter to alliterate as much as we like before moving onto the next letter. Then we have the choice to make it as long or as short as we like (plus alliteration is fun!). Just a thought anyway.
  9. I keep forgetting this law. You must continue to remind us.
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