Cave Con 2012
19 August 2012 - 03:45 PM
|"Life begins and ends with Nu."|
As I type this, most of the party is driving through the states en-route to my house, but I wanted to start the thread up early because I am both excited about it and bored of sitting around waiting. What wonders await? What crazy travel tales do the rest have in store for us? Only time can tell.
In this thread we'll be posting probably semi-regular journals of our funtimes both so that we can go back and look fondly upon it later, and also to make the rest of you jealous >:]
19 August 2012 - 03:49 PM
|"The Ultimate Sword of Extraordinary Magnitude"|
Seriously though, how exciting. It's going to be awesome and I'm excited for you.
19 August 2012 - 04:44 PM
|Bobomb says: "I need a hug!"|
19 August 2012 - 06:40 PM
"“If I have seen further, then it is by standing on the shoulders of giants” – Sir Isaac Newton, inventor of gravity."
-Djarcas, an idiot.
19 August 2012 - 11:09 PM
Four out of the five people from last time (Noxid, Desu, Yakkers, and Fab, no Lace this time), with the addition of Jake and Wedge of Cheese
So it's the same group as last year, right? Anyways, I demand even more silly pics than last year (you know, if that's alright with you!).
Also I can't wait to listen to your silly antics and become jealous just like last time.
Edited by ShinyElectricBlueTiger, 19 August 2012 - 11:10 PM.
20 August 2012 - 01:04 AM
|"What is a man!? A miserable pile of secrets! But enough talk, have at you!"|
Take as many photos as you can, sounds like you'll have a blast.
And WoodenRat never liked you in the first place
20 August 2012 - 03:34 AM
|"Ha! Ha! Ha! Mega Man is no match for my Mimiga Man!"|
20 August 2012 - 04:00 AM
|"In Soviet Russia, graves keep YOU!"|
20 August 2012 - 07:51 PM
|"Life begins and ends with Nu."|
The first person to embark was me, and I had an 11 hour flight to Boston on the 16th. The only two things about it were 1) everyone on the Vancouver - Montreal flight was watching The Hunger Games for some reason, and 2) Montreal still has a crappy airport layout. I had to walk at least a kilometer between my connections, and when I got to my gate they were just starting to board so I didn't have any time to eat, so I was really hungry on my flight to Boston and it made me sad .
Desu and her mom (who is a very nice lady) were there to pick me up and drive me back to Desu's house in the Massachusetts countryside for three nights, where we watched YouTube videos and went on IRC until Wedge of Cheese and Jacob showed up on the night of the 18th.
YOU CALL ME GAY I HAVE 6 GIRLFRIEND
YOU CALL ME FAG I AM COOL
YOU CALL ME LOOSER I LAUGH
YOU CALL ME REDARDED I HAVE STRAIGHT A’S
YOU CALL ME NERD IM DATING CHEERLADDER
99% OF BULLYS DONT KNOW THAT THE STUFF THEY SAYING IS ALL WRONG
REPOST THIS IF FUCK BULLYS
20 August 2012 - 08:34 PM
|"Run, rabbit run. Dig that hole, forget the sun."|
Wedge wouldnt reply yo any texts or calls so we thought he was dead and called his mom. That was kind of funny I guess? But yeah they arrived safe and sound.
The next morning we took off to pick up Yakkers, while listening to some great Sunday morning polka music. Eventually we switched to some nice RPG music that Wedge made himself, and we proceeded to talk about being in an RPG and making a mod called Cavecon Story. Many Minecraft Story jokes ensued. And in case you didnt kn0ow, this will most likely never come into existence.
But the really cool part is that we took a detour to Lace town! The same place where we picked apples, actually. Jacob ordered 2 of every pastry since he has all the money to burn, so now we are stuck with them and the cookies we made. We will most likely have diabeetus by the end of this trip. At one point, Jacob mistook some guy who was buying bread for Wedge, and questioned his purchase with his Javob-sass. I'm sure we hurt his feelings very much. Lace bought us a bunch of donuts and a jug of cider and maaan that was so delicious. All the memories of last Cavecon came back to me and it was beautiful dear lord. Then we had to leave Lace which kinda sucks, but I'm not sure he'd be able to fit in the car anyway. And I'm not sure how much of the trip I should talk about so I guess I'll pass this along to someone else now.
Autism levels have reached critical mass
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