Discussion in 'CyberNations Archive' started by Vyenna, Oct 25, 2006.
Hey, I was just doing my job.
Yepp, definitely waffles. No doubt about that.
Honey or a chocolate sauce?
Yuk. Too rich. Maybe diluted with some good quality, freshly squeezed baby juices.
Butter and sugar! Or cloudberry jam and whipped cream. Or caviar.
I love waffles.
Cloudberry Jam? I can say I have never heard of that.
Because the situation calls for it:
There's no better jam than the one you make from that berry. Of course, you'll have to go looking for it in nasty places like bogs and the such, but it's worth it.
Thats what minions are for.
Telcontar, fetch me some Cloudberries.
Shall I book a flight to Sweden good sir?
I like my jam made without the aid of technology, you'll have to swim.
Considering the ground is covered in snow, meaning all the bogs are frozen (and all the berries that weren't picked died a few months back anyway), that's pretty futile.
I could give you a jar of my homemade jam though.
By the time he swins to Sweden I imagine the snow will have thawed.
Still perhaps you should send me a jar anyway.
Well, I've sent people patchable versions of Arcanum before, so why not?
But patchable versions of games can get through customs. It'd get as far as the border and would then be burnt as a potential risk to health and wildlife.
Unless you could disguise it somehow.
But then they'll believe it's drugs.
Don't tell me this is some kind of Aussie Wildlife Protection Act caused by the brilliant move of bringing rabbits your way.
We have ads on TV that show all the things you can't bring in. Well there WERE ads on TV, they had Steve Irwin in them and I haven't seen the ads since he died.
I haven't watched TV since he died either, so this may be a contributing factor.
Anyway, the rules explicity state food as a banned substance. Unless you were doing some kind of bulk order for a retail business (But that would have to be at least a ship container full).
Guess we're fucked then. I sure as hell don't want a bunch of Paul Hogan Look-Alike Australian police officers take me in for a full cavity search.
... or do I?
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