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  • #42542

    Hello fancccy friendsss! I hope you enjoyed ssspeaking with me thisss passt week on the D&D Q&A.

    I’m going to ssstart a video ssseries – kind of an adviccce column. But in order to do it – I’ll need your help! I mean, I can sssshare plenty of sasssy fashion tipssss and pointersss on gleam ssseeking off the top of my head, but it’sss so much more fun if we’re having a conversssation.

    SSSO ASSSK AWAY!

    Jussst possst your quessstions here. They could be about anything, but I think you know my ssspecialtiesss: ssshiny objectssss, love life, dungeonssss, and being a goddesssss. The ussshe. AND if you’re ssso inclined, you can even asssk your quessstion in video form – jussst possst it here!

    Looking forward to your quesssstionss!

    XOXOXOX – Jamela

    #42571
    Armadon
    Participant

    I am part of a group that is planning on exploring a hidden abandoned city that has a great treasure as well as u cure for a disease that is ravaging the land. we are going because of a tip from a known thief. Now her and I have had an on/off/betrayed/jailed relationship and my partners are only agreeing with this cause I said she could be trusted when it comes to treasure but in my heart I don’t know what to think?
    She will get a share of the treasure so she is on board however there is a chance she will betray me…us. I fear though if she did i wouldn’t react to stop her
    My question is why would i care so hard for this woman knowing that she can’t be trusted?

    #42574
    Ice Abyzz
    Participant

    The other day when I went out on the town with my friends they said I was wearing to many jewels and I was to flashy. Should I just get new friends or should I give them some shinys so they are less jealous, which is obviously the problem?

    #43000
    Armadon
    Participant

    @jamela

    On my last encounter I was succumb by a succubus, I was “saved” by my associates but I feel like there was something there. Should I pursue to her, after her resurrection of course, or should i listend to my friends and burn her skull that I had secretly snatched up before the holy man burned the rest? And if i resurrect her us is wrong to expect “payment” immediately after, should I have flowers standing by or just go all out and have a virgins.

    #43021
    Citizen Stu
    Participant

    Dear Jamela

    I would like to ask how you deal with the pressure of fame. You must be approached all the time by great many people who either recognize you from your many adventures or by people who are simply drawn to your natural dragon born beauty. How do you feel about all this attention? Has it ever gotten in the way of your questing?

    An accident prone Englishman living in the Netherlands: www.invadingholland.com

    #43070
    Citizen Stu
    Participant

    So I have a funny story to go along with my Jamela question now. After I posted the question I left the browser window open. My wife who has never heard of Nerdy Show or Dungeons & Dorritos was then very confused when she went to use the computer and saw what I had written.

    “Are you flirting with other girls online?”
    “Wait. What? No. Well… Er… It’s really a guy… who’s a fictional character… and a dragon… so nothing to worry about.”
    “Hu?”
    “It’s a role playing radio play thing that I listen to. You can ask the characters questions.”
    “So you are flirting with a male dragon?”
    “No he plays a dragon… and a woman… and I’m not flirting with her… him… You know what I mean.”
    “Rightttttt.”
    “I’m just playing into the way the character is played with my question.”
    “So you are flirting with the character?”
    “You are enjoying this aren’t you.”
    “Yes… Yes I am.”

    An accident prone Englishman living in the Netherlands: www.invadingholland.com

    #43077
    Armadon
    Participant

    You should get her back by finding dragon born erotica and just have it all over your Web history, perhaps even have a friend time in while u are on Facebook as a dragon born whatever. See if you can get her mind going

    #43079
    Ice Abyzz
    Participant

    I heard that Bad Dragon was available through Nerdyshow Amazon links, common man, do it for laugh… a 120$ laugh

    #43088
    Citizen Stu
    Participant

    I’m not sure what Bad Dragon is…

    OH MY GOD I JUST GOOGLED IT AND NOW IT CAN NOT BE UNSEEN…

    An accident prone Englishman living in the Netherlands: www.invadingholland.com

    #43098

    Jussst an update. Thank you ssso much for sssending in your quessstionsss! Keep them coming! I’ll prepare a gloriousss crysstal ssshow for you in due time.


    @citizen-stu
    You asssked a perfectly ressspectable quesstion, but the ssslander you ssspun to your wife – you should be assshamed of yourseself! You’ve got a lot of nerve! Buttering me up, only to call me manly!? What’sss your deal? Perhapsss you were referring to the missshap int he mosst recent chapter of Dungeonsss and Doritosss? I asssure you, that malenesss… isssue will be overturned.

    Let’sss face it – clossseting your dessiress for my sssuple ssscaled flesssh will only drive you mad. And @pseery80 I don’t think he’ll be fabricating any web hissstory, I’m certain he’sss already given into hisss secret lussstss. Pretending not to know what Bad Dragon isss! Ha! It isss to laugh. I’ll have you know thisss though, their “Dragonessss” toy isss fallaciousss! That’sss a mammal part if I’ve ever ssseen one! Falssse advertissing! Sssome of thossse ssshaftsss are pretty accurate though….

    #43121
    Armadon
    Participant

    Are these slogans true with chromatic dragons that “once you go black you can’t go back”, “if you touch white, you’ll get frost byte”, “if you take blue, it’s like taking two” “a shot of green is better than caffeine” and “If you don’t want to be dead, you better chose red”

    #43131
    Citizen Stu
    Participant

    @jamela I am so sorry Jamela. I panicked and when I panic I just start babbling and I don’t know what I’m saying any more. I got confused. I didn’t mean to call you manly. You are the most sensual dragon born I have ever known. I panicked because my wife can never know how I feel about you. I… I’ve said too much. Please forgive me.

    An accident prone Englishman living in the Netherlands: www.invadingholland.com

    #43165
    Delphi
    Participant

    @citizen-stu On the subject of dragon porn I may be able to help with that. During a recent excursion to my local public library I stumbled across a collection of books called the “Sexy Beasts Series.” These were anthologies of erotica short stories by the same four or five authors, all featuring some type of mythical beast as at least one of the subjects. The creatures ranged from werewolves to weretigers to wendigos and yes, dragons. The dragons in this case were able to take on completely human looking appearances, and did so for most of the time, so I’m not sure if that’s something Jamela would be into, but if you’re looking for something to completely weird out your wife with, I’d start with that. If nothing else it will cause her to question why your erotica tastes apparently lean towards those of fantasy loving librarians.

    While I’m here I’ve also got a question for @Jamela
    Dear Jamela,
    What’s the best way for getting bloodstains/burnmarks out of expensive fabrics? Also, while I’m at it, what do you consider proper etiquette for stripping a corpse? Should an effort be made to to redress the body so that it’s not going into the afterlife as nude as the day they were born? Or would it be enough to just find a sheet or something to drape over them? Disposing of the body completely is not always an option I’m afraid, so it would be nice to know what would be more respectful both towards the deceased and those that discover them after I’ve left the scene.

    #43208
    Citizen Stu
    Participant

    Oh boy. I can see I’m going to get myself a reputation here.

    An accident prone Englishman living in the Netherlands: www.invadingholland.com

    #43231
    tehmsu
    Participant

    Dear Jamela,

    You’ve said before that you were a gleam seeker (as in, not a Gleem’ seeker) from your cavern of origin. Is gleam seeking a profession, or a career? And is there an opposite to it? May you have a glittering day!

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