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o.k. heres what happened. in my dream, i was super man. i had just shown up to work, however, once i reached the office i noticed that everybody was staring at me. thats when i realized that i had accidentally forgotten to change into my normal work clothing and i was infact still wearing my superman outfit. i was however wearing my glasses, so i could still be recognized as clark kent. then my boss wallks over and says, "clark, is that you, why in the world are you dressed as super man." i got really nervous and i knew i had to think up something fast or else my secret identity would be revealed. so i said, "oh, you know that big dinner party that is going to be held for the govenor here tonight? well i thought it would be absolutely smashing if i came to the party pretending to be super man and give him a good surprise." then my boss goes, "well clark thats a great idea." anyway, after that i'm all relieved becuase my cover isn't blown and i think i remeber later fighting lex luther and saving the world and all that stuff. anyway, i thought it was a pretty funny dream, and i apolagise that this has nothing to do with any of the gamesworkshop hobbies...
Umm, why did we need to know this on a primarily GW board? Cool dream, but tottally random:wacko: :wacko:
"It fits like clothes made out of wasps!"
First: this is totally in the wrong forum.
Second: in spelling, capitalisation and punctuation, it's ... capable of improvement.
Third: come to think of it, we don't have a forum for barmy dream porn, nor are we ever likely to have one. Please don't post stuff like this again, it frightens the children. And adults.
Ryan Dancey, Vice President of Wizards of the Coast, believed that TSR failed because of "...a near total inability to listen to its customers, hear what they were saying, and make changes to make those customers happy." Are you listening, Games Workshop ?