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Wish-Not (16 stories) (522 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-01-16)
I'm setting over here on the couch grinning and shaking my head.
notjustme (18 stories) (821 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-01-16)
lol ifi... Get outta here you 😜. I just had a thought. Imagine YGS held a gathering somewhere and anyone could come but we don't share any names or anything. But then again I don't know what we could say without giving ourselves away 😕...Would be interesting though
ifihadyoux (6 stories) (607 posts)
 
3 years ago (2015-01-16)
i always assume people are he's... And east indian... Because I am really notjustme in real life.
notjustme (18 stories) (821 posts)
 
3 years ago (2015-01-16)
You're surrounded by girls Sam I am... Are you a she or he? I assumed he for some reason
valkricry (39 stories) (2772 posts) mod
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3 years ago (2015-01-16)
Oh, yeah notjust be a she too. With a thing for East Indians...lol
notjustme (18 stories) (821 posts)
 
3 years ago (2015-01-16)
Yes, Miracles is a she,...and not east Indian 😆, just in case anyone thinks so...
valkricry (39 stories) (2772 posts) mod
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3 years ago (2015-01-16)
Ermmmm:
Miracles is a she.
BadJuJu is a she.
Ifihadyoux is a she.
I too am a she. Lots of shes be here...
Sam222 (8 stories) (461 posts)
 
3 years ago (2015-01-16)
Well kind of -, I'm more familiar in just words, English is my best class, but I did read all of Romeo and Juliet.
I winder were miracles is, wait until he sees all these recent comments, going to be like wtf has been going on? I'll see you later I gotta go, it fun doing all this commenting
valkricry (39 stories) (2772 posts) mod
 
3 years ago (2015-01-16)
Sam! I'm impressed. You are familiar with William Shakespeare's Love's Labour's Lost? Only place I've ever seen the word Honorificabilitudinitatibus. 😆 Ad thank you for the compliment.
valkricry (39 stories) (2772 posts) mod
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3 years ago (2015-01-16)
Sitting here giggling. Glad the room mate is off somewhere. Might think I've finally cracked from the stress I've been under lately.
Sam222 (8 stories) (461 posts)
 
3 years ago (2015-01-16)
Yeah and ifi said "Has over 1000 letters in its name look it up", well we can clearly see that! LOL 😆 😲 😁 it's got 180 times that amount, and if I sat and read it I would not have a tongue when I was finished... I probably wouldn't finish.

Val, you are Honorificabilitudinitatibus!
ifihadyoux (6 stories) (607 posts)
 
3 years ago (2015-01-16)
yeah super long haha. Like I said I was going to copy and paste it but didn't want to be a bother
valkricry (39 stories) (2772 posts) mod
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3 years ago (2015-01-16)
Ooooh! That's a good one, Sam! For those going wth!? - that is the correct scientific name for the titin protein molecule and it has (ta-da-da-da!) 189, 819 characters! They say it takes 3 - 5 HOURS to say properly 😲. And, nope I did not know that until after googling. And nope, I'm not going to even try and wrap my tongue around it...
Sorry ifi, I had missed your comment and saw Sam's first. No wonder you said look it up! Dang!
Sam222 (8 stories) (461 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-01-16)
Ifi, yeah thanks for getting rid of those. And yeah your welcome, usually I'm good with finding things on the internet (how do you think I found this website, I couldn't find another one like it), I was going to put it in a comment but the comment was going to be wicked long and I was afraid people would get mad at me for taking up all that room. Yeah I wonder how long it would take to read it correctly.
ifihadyoux (6 stories) (607 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-01-16)
Sam that's the word I was talking about! I couldn't find a link like that and was going to post it but the comment was super long ha.
Sam222 (8 stories) (461 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-01-16)
Haha, wow wish-not, have you already read all the like 10 (or whatever #) stories they published? I try not read them all at once or I will get tired of waiting. And you want to see or read a long word just click the following URL:
Http://geekologie.com/2012/11/20/titin.txt
Wish-Not (16 stories) (522 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-01-16)
Goodness couldn't we use a few good stories to read and comment on. Things are slow here at work so I'm following the longest words written.
ifihadyoux (6 stories) (607 posts)
 
3 years ago (2015-01-16)
you know what's even worse? Look up the chemical name for titin. Has over 1000 letters in its name. Look it up
valkricry (39 stories) (2772 posts) mod
 
3 years ago (2015-01-16)
Oooh very good, ifi. The medical name for a lung disease, contracted mainly by coal miners - nicely done!
As an over-the-top bonus, here's one very, very long name mentioned by Paul Dickson in What's in a Name? (Merriam-Webster, 1996, out of print). In his chapter on "Record-Breaking Names," Dickson mentions a man found on the island of Vanua Levu in 1967 who has or had 120 letters in his name: Tuimidrenicagitokalauenatobakonatewaenanonaskoktamanakisomosomome-lakivolainaivolanikawabulasokomailesutalesigadua.

And ya'll thought my nicname was bad lol
ifihadyoux (6 stories) (607 posts)
 
3 years ago (2015-01-16)
Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis is a much longer word
valkricry (39 stories) (2772 posts) mod
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3 years ago (2015-01-16)
ifi, I'm with you on THAT.
*ugh* supercalafragalisticexpealadocious. How's that for a word?
ifihadyoux (6 stories) (607 posts)
 
3 years ago (2015-01-16)
Let's not bring up ZoZo again... Words words words words words
valkricry (39 stories) (2772 posts) mod
 
3 years ago (2015-01-16)
lady-glow - am I the only one who finds it kind of funny that while Ouija means yes yes- ZoZo sounds a lot like no no?

TinAA, unfortunately much worse things can happen then did with my parents. I've heard of some pretty scary things.

Ari, I'm sure my mama would have adored you.

Miracles and Swims - ooops! Almost missed you guys. Thanks so much for reading and commenting.
lady-glow (8 stories) (1622 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-01-15)
Ha ha, I was preparing myself to read a cheese story involving ZoZo. I'm glad to be wrong.
Val: thanks for sharing this story, I enjoyed reading it.
Sceptic-Ari (2 stories) (604 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-01-15)
And I'd listen to balk...oops...Holmes if I am smart.

I am sure it would have been both a delight as well as an honour to have met your Mama.
Alas!I am not fortunate enough, but I am so happy you were 😁

Respect
valkricry (39 stories) (2772 posts) mod
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3 years ago (2015-01-15)
Hello, everyone!
I wish I could introduce you all to my Mom. She was really something. I think you sort of need to know this bit about her, in order to understand why I took her so seriously. Neither my mother or I are 'screamers', and like her I stand my ground even when threatened. (We don't get 'stupid' about it, as in going to a knife fight with a spoon. But, we don't scare easily). I had watched her face great emotional and physical pain with hardly a whimper, so when she said she ran screaming from the room - well I had the feeling I was getting a toned down version of the truth. Even in the telling me what she did, I could see even remembering scared her some, so I never pressed for more. Besides, she was Mama, and if Mama said No, if you were smart you listened. Because there was always a reason.
Wish-Not (16 stories) (522 posts)
 
3 years ago (2015-01-15)
Good morning Ladies- First off Val, I'm glad I could have some assistance in the title. I was telling Jennifer about me mentioning something about our "gas escaping ghost" and the titles that were mentioned. We laughed and giggled for an hour until our stomachs hurt.

Secondly, I was fortunate enough not to have one of these games growing up. However, my oldest daughter and some friends made one themselves and played with it in our home when she was in junior high. I do remember that during that time things suddenly got EXTREMLY stressful. Relationships were strained and stretched. It seemed there was a dark cloud just setting over our house. I can not be sure if the home made board had anything to do with it. I only found out about that board a couple months ago. And I delivered quite the reprimand, even to a 32 year old.

Oh, that must have been terrifying to witness for you mother. SO glad something did not hang around for your parents.

Great share Val. As always.
ifihadyoux (6 stories) (607 posts)
 
3 years ago (2015-01-15)
hahah I needed the laugh because yesterday at work was widely annoying and this was the only thing that made me smile until 5:30 😆
-dances to ouija wish;
Miracles51031 (36 stories) (4802 posts) mod
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3 years ago (2015-01-15)
When I was a very young teen, my then aunt gave to my sister and me several board games, among them a Ouija board. Our mom flipped completely out when she saw it. I don't think it spent the night in our house, it was gotten rid of that quickly. Mom never said why she was so passionate about it, just never, ever was a Ouija board going to be in her home.
TinAA (1 stories) (84 posts)
 
3 years ago (2015-01-15)
Wow...its superscary experience...
I loved reading it... But Ouija... A complete no-no...i never thought Ouija can be this scary.
Fortunate your parents, that nothing wrong happened.
Thanks to share
Swimsinfire (11 stories) (556 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-01-14)
Oh my goodness. Ouj that hurts. I think, when we were kids one of our friends brought over a oujia board once and we never saw it again! I don't recall seeing the kid again either, come to think of it. Your mother's story is a cautionary tale.
valkricry (39 stories) (2772 posts) mod
 
3 years ago (2015-01-14)
elnora, I'd love to hear you explaining the why you're laughing to him. I can just hear you gasping out, "I-t's the Ouija, w-won't ya's fff-ault!" And the boss saying, "Sure it is, Sure it is. You go home and rest. Maybe see a doctor." 😜
valkricry (39 stories) (2772 posts) mod
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3 years ago (2015-01-14)
notjust - I sometimes wonder if there's a special guardian (or maybe some paranormal rule, if there are ANY) that protects very small children in cases like this. Maybe the spirits stand back and say, "Aww, isn't that cute?" With older ones, perhaps they think, "Ok, now they're being stupid - muhahaha. Get 'em!"
BJJ, glad I could make you smile.
elnoraemily (11 stories) (1051 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-01-14)
Oh my god, I am going to cry from laughing. My boss is going to think I am losing what is left of my mind.
valkricry (39 stories) (2772 posts) mod
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3 years ago (2015-01-14)
Great - now I've song lyrics going around in my head with 'Ouija' instead of Would ya...
Ouija dance with me, and hold me tight, underneath the pale moon light? Ohhhh, ba-by Ouija dance with me? Thanks oodles, ifi! Lol
valkricry (39 stories) (2772 posts) mod
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3 years ago (2015-01-14)
Too funny, girls.
Revajane, I don't know if something happened to you or not. I tend to lean towards if something had you'd remember. But then, it could be something mom said when she found out really stuck with you deep down.
elnoraemily (11 stories) (1051 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-01-14)
"ouija wish you girlfriend was hot like me?" will now be stuck in my head for the rest of day.

:P
notjustme (18 stories) (821 posts)
 
3 years ago (2015-01-14)
P.S. I love the title too haha I had to read it twice to make sure.
I remember "playing" Ouija once when I was 11 with my bestie and I made up the whole thing. I made it move and said it was a 6 years old boy named Charlie. She should have known since I used to name everything Charlie. And I am so thankful nothing happened nor did we really invite anything. Thinking back I could kick myself but as a kid I didn't think anything of it. Never again...
notjustme (18 stories) (821 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-01-14)
That is quite an experience. No wonder she still remembers because I would never forget that if it happened to me. I'm glad your parents got out of that one okay. Thanks for sharing Val!
ifihadyoux (6 stories) (607 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-01-14)
I just think of "ouija wish you girlfriend was hot like me? Ouija wish your girlfriend was fun like me? Ouija!" annnnd I will stop now.
elnoraemily (11 stories) (1051 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-01-14)
"Ouija, won't Ya" really does have a very nice, rhythmic quality to it when you say it repeatedly.
BadJuuJuu (13 stories) (1034 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-01-14)
Lol I love the title, it cracked me up.
My mom had a ouija horror story as well, made me never want to touch one. I guess that's why parents tell their kids these things, to keep us from making their mistakes.
ifihadyoux (6 stories) (607 posts)
 
3 years ago (2015-01-14)
hahahahaha darn wish not! Always trying to swipe our stuff! Wait a minute...
valkricry (39 stories) (2772 posts) mod
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3 years ago (2015-01-14)
LOL ifi, my nic gives lots headaches 😉 I ran a chatroom for 10 years or so and I think the funniest typo for my nic was 'Veal'. So, yep, 'balk' flies with me.
I'm blaming the title on Wish-Not because I wrote this one up right after making up goofy titles for his flatulent ghostie comment.
Revajane (1 stories) (71 posts)
 
3 years ago (2015-01-14)
I know we played with one as a young kid but mom found out and we never had one in the house again. I'm guessing something must have happened when we had one because I won't let one in my home and have passed that on to my kids because they won't let one into their home either.
ifihadyoux (6 stories) (607 posts)
 
3 years ago (2015-01-14)
WOW It autocorrected it to balk instead of valk. Silly auto correct! 😐
ifihadyoux (6 stories) (607 posts)
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3 years ago (2015-01-14)
I was going to slap the author once I saw the title but then I saw it was balk and I let it slide 😉.

Yeah that alone would scare the crap out of me too; I do not blame her whatsoever. They're really lucky nothing too crazy after the board flew happened. It's a shame it was sold as a game because it isn't and it is messing with things people don't understand.

Thanks for sharing! Very nicely written too!

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