Let us ban en passant ...

  • #1

    PING !

     

  • #2

    Here is what went down:

    • *moves pawn past the other pawn, not knowing en passant is allowed*
    • *other person takes the pawn*
    • What?!
    • It is called en passant, it is a rule.
    • *person makes this thread*
  • #3
    checkmateibeatu wrote:

    Here is what went down:

    *moves pawn past the other pawn, not knowing en passant is allowed* *other person takes the pawn* What?! It is called en passant, it is a rule. *person makes this thread*

  • #4

    What can i say... marvelous? O_o

  • #5

    I learned today that dolphins are the most dangerous creatures.  If you swim past one that faces you, you die automatically.

  • #6
    corpsporc wrote:

    I learned today that dolphins are the most dangerous creatures.  If you swim past one that faces you, you die automatically.


    As opposed to dying manually?

  • #7
    rooperi wrote:
    corpsporc wrote:

    I learned today that dolphins are the most dangerous creatures.  If you swim past one that faces you, you die automatically.


    As opposed to dying manually?


    My intent was to indicate that the dolphin didn't kill you, but you still die.

  • #8

    You people are nuts, simply put.

    :D :D :D :D :D

  • #9
    JariIkonen wrote:

    You people are nuts, simply put.

    :D :D :D :D :D


    or

    ?

  • #10

    Cashews aren't nuts!

  • #11

    (Neither are peanuts)

  • #12

    I insist those flukes shouldn't be allowed to capture en passant

  • #13

    People aren't nuts either.

    That's a famous quote, either the Dalai Lama or theoreticalboy, I can't remember which.

  • #14

    This is not a pipe.

  • #15

    This is a Pipes:

  • #16

  • #17
    heinzie wrote:

    I insist those flukes shouldn't be allowed to capture en passant


    Stop being such a blowhole.

  • #18
    TheGrobe wrote:
    heinzie wrote:

    I insist those flukes shouldn't be allowed to capture en passant


    Stop being such a blowhole.


  • #19

    Mary Queen of Scots married a dolphin in 1558.

  • #20
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