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Dudley's dungeon -- Friday, 15 August, 2008

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Friday, 15 August, 2008 by Wellan
The stewardess hits!
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@ "This isn't how I had imagined the plane of air."


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Number of ratings: 35

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Wonderer August 15, 2008 00:03
First comment: 22 March, 2007 106 comments written
Look at all that leg room! Must be 1st class.
idontexist August 15, 2008 00:20
First comment: 19 July, 2008 35 comments written
E. Awesome comic Wellan. Which character represnts a window? #.
Quint Sakugarne August 15, 2008 01:22
First comment: 1 January, 2008 233 comments written
Just look at that view.
Gadora August 15, 2008 03:18
First comment: 21 September, 2006 88 comments written
What, no snakes?
Slowpoke August 15, 2008 04:23
First comment: 27 February, 2007 239 comments written
E for Wellan, +1 for Gadora
Arle August 15, 2008 05:38
First comment: 2 June, 2008 29 comments written
Very, very clever.
Quint Sakugarne August 15, 2008 06:58
First comment: 1 January, 2008 233 comments written
S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S S ekssssssellent.

I apologize for continuing the reference to SLJ's So Bad It's Awesome movie. But given its presence in current pop culture...
CKY August 15, 2008 07:07
First comment: 3 July, 2008 4 comments written
Quint Sakugarne, fellow troper! I salute you.

It was okay, but there wasn't much to laugh about.
Quint Sakugarne August 15, 2008 07:55
First comment: 1 January, 2008 233 comments written
CKY, what's your username on tvt?

Haha, question is opulent throneMethought I saw the footsteps of a throne
Which mists and vapours from mine eyes did shroud--
Nor view of who might sit thereon allowed;
But all the steps and ground about were strown
With sights the ruefullest that flesh and bone
Ever put on; a miserable crowd,
Sick, hale, old, young, who cried before that cloud,
"Thou art our king,
O Death! to thee we groan."
Those steps I clomb; the mists before me gave
Smooth way; and I beheld the face of one
Sleeping alone within a mossy cave,
With her face up to heaven; that seemed to have
Pleasing remembrance of a thought foregone;
A lovely Beauty in a summer grave!
        [ Sonnet, by William Wordsworth ]

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T-Jack August 15, 2008 11:52
First comment: 16 March, 2008 52 comments written
Enough is enough! I've had it with these mothaf***ing snakes on this mothaf***ing plane!

E, of course.
Nesman August 15, 2008 15:21
First comment: 4 January, 2005 112 comments written
Obviously first class. They've even got thrones. I'm waiting for the William Shatner followup: There's, something on the wing!
Wonderer August 15, 2008 16:38
First comment: 22 March, 2007 106 comments written
If you use the touristThe road from Ankh-Morpork to Chrim is high, white and
winding, a thirty-league stretch of potholes and half-buried
rocks that spirals around mountains and dips into cool green
valleys of citrus trees, crosses liana-webbed gorges on
creaking rope bridges and is generally more picturesque than
useful.
Picturesque. That was a new word to Rincewind the wizard
(BMgc, Unseen University [failed]). It was one of a number
he had picked up since leaving the charred ruins of
Ankh-Morpork. Quaint was another one. Picturesque meant --
he decided after careful observation of the scenery that
inspired Twoflower to use the word -- that the landscape was
horribly precipitous. Quaint, when used to describe the
occasional village through which they passed, meant fever-
ridden and tumbledown.
Twoflower was a tourist, the first ever seen on the discworld.
Tourist, Rincewind had decided, meant "idiot".
        [ The Colour of Magic, by Terry Pratchett ]

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class, you must strip naked to squeeze yourself past the seat.

Furthermore, luggage fees for all your stuff are immense, food is bland and drinks cost extra.
gneek August 15, 2008 19:50
First comment: 18 January, 2008 159 comments written
Excellent! I agree with Gadora though, a few S's would make it even better
Looney August 15, 2008 20:05
First comment: 26 January, 2008 29 comments written
So, in NetHack terms, that means that the TouristThe road from Ankh-Morpork to Chrim is high, white and
winding, a thirty-league stretch of potholes and half-buried
rocks that spirals around mountains and dips into cool green
valleys of citrus trees, crosses liana-webbed gorges on
creaking rope bridges and is generally more picturesque than
useful.
Picturesque. That was a new word to Rincewind the wizard
(BMgc, Unseen University [failed]). It was one of a number
he had picked up since leaving the charred ruins of
Ankh-Morpork. Quaint was another one. Picturesque meant --
he decided after careful observation of the scenery that
inspired Twoflower to use the word -- that the landscape was
horribly precipitous. Quaint, when used to describe the
occasional village through which they passed, meant fever-
ridden and tumbledown.
Twoflower was a tourist, the first ever seen on the discworld.
Tourist, Rincewind had decided, meant "idiot".
        [ The Colour of Magic, by Terry Pratchett ]

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in-flight meals are cramIf you want to know what cram is, I can only say that I don't
know the recipe; but it is biscuitish, keeps good indefinitely,
is supposed to be sustaining, and is certainly not entertaining,
being in fact very uninteresting except as a chewing
exercise. It was made by the Lake-men for long journeys.
        [ The Hobbit, by J.R.R. Tolkien ]

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rations, right?
Quint Sakugarne August 15, 2008 21:26
First comment: 1 January, 2008 233 comments written
Also, I just noticed.

"Just look at that view. "

I didn't write that. Looks like someone else trolling as me forgot to reset their posting name.
Xero Storm August 15, 2008 22:11
First comment: 24 February, 2008 32 comments written
@Looney: Nope, tripeIf you start from scratch, cooking tripe is a long-drawn-out
affair. Fresh whole tripe calls for a minimum of 12 hours of
cooking, some time-honored recipes demanding as much as 24.
To prepare fresh tripe, trim if necessary. Wash it thoroughly,
soaking overnight, and blanch, for 1/2 hour in salted water.
Wash well again, drain and cut for cooking. When cooked, the
texture of tripe should be like that of soft gristle. More
often, alas, because the heat has not been kept low enough,
it has the consistency of wet shoe leather.
        [ Joy of Cooking, by I Rombauer and M Becker ]

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rations. You can have grey lumps with brown sauce, or brown lumps with grey sauce.
Wonderer August 15, 2008 22:14
First comment: 22 March, 2007 106 comments written
While the food may be bad, the real challenge comes from having to strip naked and drop all weapons (including tin"You know salmon, Sarge," said Nobby.
"It is a fish of which I am aware, yes."
"You know they sell kind of slices of it in tins..."
"So I am given to understand, yes."
"Weell...how come all the tins are the same size? Salmon
gets thinner at both ends."
"Interesting point, Nobby. I think-"
        [ Soul Music, by Terry Pratchett ]

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openers) already before you enter the plane.
Wellan August 15, 2008 22:51
First comment: 27 November, 2007 247 comments written
A trap doorI knew my Erik too well to feel at all comfortable on jumping
into his house. I knew what he had made of a certain palace at
Mazenderan. From being the most honest building conceivable, he
soon turned it into a house of the very devil, where you could
not utter a word but it was overheard or repeated by an echo.
With his trap-doors the monster was responsible for endless
tragedies of all kinds.
        [ The Phantom of the Opera, by Gaston Leroux ]

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opens in the ceiling and some luggage falls on your head! :-D
Quint Sakugarne August 16, 2008 02:17
First comment: 1 January, 2008 233 comments written
Wonderer: make sure your weapons are stashed inside your chests and large boxes.

Also, corridor, iron bars, treeI think that I shall never see
A poem lovely as a tree.
A tree whose hungry mouth is prest
Against the earth's sweet flowing breast;
A tree that looks at God all day,
And lifts her leafy arms to pray;
A tree that may in Summer wear
A nest of robins in her hair;
Upon whose bosom snow has lain;
Who intimately lives with rain.
Poems are made by fools like me,
But only God can make a tree.
        [ Trees - Joyce Kilmer ]

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, kitchen sink. You know what I mean.
idontexist August 16, 2008 02:36
First comment: 19 July, 2008 35 comments written
You win, Quint.
Antheridium August 16, 2008 06:42
First comment: 17 May, 2007 442 comments written
How about some gremlins?
jftsang August 16, 2008 13:51
First comment: 9 May, 2008 13 comments written
So is the Astral Plane a spaceship?
T-Jack August 16, 2008 17:43
First comment: 16 March, 2008 52 comments written
Yeah, and Plane of WaterDay after day, day after day,
We stuck, nor breath nor motion;
As idle as a painted ship
Upon a painted ocean.

Water, water, everywhere,
And all the boards did shrink;
Water, water, everywhere
Nor any drop to drink.
        [ The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, by Samuel Taylor
         Coleridge ]

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is a U-Boat.
@ August 17, 2008 07:18
First comment: 26 July, 2004 155 comments written
Antheridium, the gremlins would be on the wing like Nesman said. The snakes would be inside and it would be traveling through time like that other twilight zone episode, with a quantum mechanicThese creatures are not native to this universe; they seem
to have strangely derived powers, and unknown motives.

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flying it. :p

T-Jack since you're actually in the waterDay after day, day after day,
We stuck, nor breath nor motion;
As idle as a painted ship
Upon a painted ocean.

Water, water, everywhere,
And all the boards did shrink;
Water, water, everywhere
Nor any drop to drink.
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         Coleridge ]

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it would be a submarine.

So, Plane of Earth is that thingy from the movie Core, and plane of fire is the same one a bit farther down. Even though the movie sucked in terms of realistic physics.

Oh and, E.
Antheridium August 17, 2008 18:55
First comment: 17 May, 2007 442 comments written
U-boats are submarines.
TK August 20, 2008 00:35
First comment: 11 August, 2007 69 comments written
Fantastic!

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