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  • 3 years ago · Quote · #21

    dramco

    It is what it is!

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #22

    ElectricBill

    dragonair234 wrote:
    dramco wrote:

    That's an oxymoron...LOL

    Nah. It's pretty much stating the obvious. I thought the guy was serious that's why I bothered to post about it. Apparently he was making a joke. Maybe that's his cover up. Heh heh 

    Ouch

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #23

    ElectricBill

    Will someone please get discoweasel a taco?

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #24

    dragonair234

    joeschmo123 wrote:

    a fish taco of the verical type, ill have one as well

    uh... I'll comment to say no comment -_-

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #25

    dragonair234

    ElectricBill wrote:
    dragonair234 wrote:
    dramco wrote:

    That's an oxymoron...LOL

    Nah. It's pretty much stating the obvious. I thought the guy was serious that's why I bothered to post about it. Apparently he was making a joke. Maybe that's his cover up. Heh heh 

    Ouch

    What?? Don't be a pansy lol you know I'm just having fun. Are you keeping that trophy safe? Ha

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #26

    dragonair234

    discoweasel wrote:

    I am still desiring a taco . . .

    Make your own taco Lol. Or ask Caleb to share his taco trophy with you. 

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #27

    dragonair234

    LongIslandMark wrote:

    When I was a kid (maybe 10 or 12), I was playing another kid and he thought that if he could put me in checkmate the turn after I did then it was a stalemate!

    LOLLLL... that is just too funny. It makes us all feel a little smarter I guess? Well I hope you taught him the correct way to play :)

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #28

    dragonair234

    dramco wrote:

    It is what it is!

    Yes now go make your move. It's been your turn for hours now lol

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #29

    ElectricBill

    dragonair234 wrote:
    ElectricBill wrote:
    dragonair234 wrote:
    dramco wrote:

    That's an oxymoron...LOL

    Nah. It's pretty much stating the obvious. I thought the guy was serious that's why I bothered to post about it. Apparently he was making a joke. Maybe that's his cover up. Heh heh 

    Ouch

    What?? Don't be a pansy lol you know I'm just having fun. Are you keeping that trophy safe? Ha

    Haha, you really think I was serious, don't you. And yes, the trophy is virtually protected.

  • 3 years ago · Quote · #30

    dragonair234

    ElectricBill wrote:
    dragonair234 wrote:
    ElectricBill wrote:
    dragonair234 wrote:
    dramco wrote:

    That's an oxymoron...LOL

    Nah. It's pretty much stating the obvious. I thought the guy was serious that's why I bothered to post about it. Apparently he was making a joke. Maybe that's his cover up. Heh heh 

    Ouch

    What?? Don't be a pansy lol you know I'm just having fun. Are you keeping that trophy safe? Ha

    Haha, you really think I was serious, don't you. And yes, the trophy is virtually protected.

    Yes I thought you were serious, haven't we had this discussion already. lol. 

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #31

    chesskenabe

    dragonair234 wrote:
    LongIslandMark wrote:

    When I was a kid (maybe 10 or 12), I was playing another kid and he thought that if he could put me in checkmate the turn after I did then it was a stalemate!

    When I was a kid (maybe 6 or 8) I was informed the next move the loser made was have the chore of putting the king and all the other pieces back into the chess box.

    LOLLLL... that is just too funny. It makes us all feel a little smarter I guess? Well I hope you taught him the correct way to play :)

  • 13 months ago · Quote · #32

    MengiseHaikam

    Sealed

  • 13 months ago · Quote · #33

    Fiveofswords

    i tihnk if hes smart enough to 'pretend' to be joking as a way to get out of it, hes smart enough to have been joking.

  • 13 months ago · Quote · #34

    Fiveofswords

    of course hes not all that smart because it was really obvious you thought he was serious from the OP and he still didnt know

  • 13 months ago · Quote · #35

    Yaroslavl

    dragonair234 wrote:

    I saw someone say this on chess.com. I thought it was funny: "It seems like when I put my opponent in checkmate, they lose; but when they do it to me, I lose." 

    Lol... 

    I have theory.  It is mine and mine alone.  No one elses.  My theory is that dinosaurs are very small at the head end, get very large towards the  middle and then  get very small towards the tail end again

  • 9 months ago · Quote · #36

    Jion_Wansu

    LongIslandMark wrote:

    When I was a kid (maybe 10 or 12), I was playing another kid and he thought that if he could put me in checkmate the turn after I did then it was a stalemate!

    In blitz it would be a stalemate if nobody realizes the check/checkamte in the beginning then the move after the other opponent checkmates and stops the clock, but then you see that that was an illegal move, so then it's a draw...

  • 5 weeks ago · Quote · #37

    brainiac12358

    Very smart!! I've never thought of it that way! I mean, who would ever think that!?!? That man/woman must be a true genius!!!!


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