"I ate giant saucy lamb balls last night. They were good at first, then a lot less good. The waiter was nice though, he put lapkins in our laps personally. My brother said it was kind of creepy but I found it mildly enjoyable." - Glip the Gnome
You are being flamed because:
[_] You obviously don't know anything about the topic at hand.
[_] You started a pointless thread.
[_] You bumped a pointless thread.
[_] Your post contained nothing but crap.
[_] You can't spell more than 3 words right.
[_] Your awful markup made the post unreadable.
[_] You posted IN ALL CAPS FOR NO APPARENT REASON.
[_] YoU tYpEd SoMeThInG lAmE lIkE tHiS.
[_] You say you're "1337".
[_] You posted a topic that's been posted 50 times already.
As punishment, you must:
[_] Refrain from posting until you have a vague idea of what you're doing.
[_] Stab yourself in the eye with a pen.
[_] Give up your internet account.
[_] Eat paint chips for the next 6 months.
[_] Make goatse.cx your home page.
[_] Jump into a bathtub with a toaster.
[_] Actually post something relevant.
[_] Read and memorize The Rules.
[_] Leave these boards forever.
I did my rogueish duty and swiped this from another forum heheh. Enjoy!
A fellow art student in my design class submitted something like this for ever occassion for a project entitled "design for everyday use". He failed the project, but sells them at the locally "avant garde" store for a killing.
It's like, instead of fighting each other, Hamlet and Laertes team up with Claudius to fight the ghost of Hamlet's father who is a lich come back to the dead to rule the world under his ghostly, yet still iron, fist. The trio of heroes band together, and after defeating the ghost's number one henchman, Caliban from the Tempest(but without any real character to him), the evil Ghost Overlord loses to the 3 heroes in an epic battle, but barely gets away to open up room for a sequel, Hamlet 2: Rosencrantz and Guildenstern strike back.