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I once filled a water gun with petrol, lit a fire, lined a load of Action Men up just behind the fire, and shot the petrol through the fire on to them.

PS.Don't do this, unless you are standing at least 20 feet away.
ok, don't think I've poasted in here, so: I'm a girl. Smile Smilie
Peredhil, how could u do that to your action men?! Big Laugh Smilie
Sorry Council, I forgot we could not say D***Talking about what we did to are toys,my friends use to dip there soft dolls in water then put them in the freazer and let them freaze,and then put them on a fired up grill and defrost them just enough so that they would not catch on fire.


You mean to tell me Sil that you STILL haven't figured out how to identify what gender someone is.....
If anyone doesn't know, I'm 16 and a manly man.
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I'm 16 and a manly man.


Wright,wright....manly...oh yah I believe you...
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Peredhil, how could u do that to your action men?


Haha! Nothing is more fun than destroying action figures!! I used to throw bricks at mine and watch them explode!

Remember those cap guns?? Did anyone ever (like me) take the gunpoder out of the caps and put it into one shot?? Nice and loud that is!!!
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Wright,wright....manly...oh yah I believe you...
I bet I'm more manly than you. Tongue Smilie Or is there something you're not telling us?
You know what's really fun--filling Barbie's full of gasoline, then throwing them in the fire (you have to have a pretty good arm for this, because you must stand at least fifteen feet away! !) You can also demolish Barbies by flinging them at a trampoline until their appendages come off--that is fun!

Anyway...I'm a fourteen year old male who loves to destroy things. I don't know if the male thing is clear or not--my sister says I write like a girl.
Note: PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT TO EMULATE ANYTHING DONE IN THIS THREAD IN REALITY, YOUMUST BE A FULLY TRAINED IDIOT LIKE MYSELF, I HAVE EXTENSIVELY TESTED EVERY STUNT PULLED OFF HERE OVER THE WEEKEND, AND AM NOW POSTING FROM THE INTENSIVE CARE WARD OF MY LOCAL HOSPITAL Wink Smilie
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Remember those cap guns?? Did anyone ever (like me) take the gunpoder out of the caps and put it into one shot?? Nice and loud that is!!!
If they were the paper caps, you could just genie them. Hold them with your BBQ ttongues and set fire to them, this also worked with match boxes.
Moderator Smilie To get this thread back on topic, even if it is a tavern, the afore mentioned methods of destruction are GUY things, and thus an implementer/perpetrator of such, can be considered as the male of the species. Jumping Flame Smilie Elf With a Big Grin Smilie Moderator Smilie
Unless of course she happens to be female right Grondy....
Most females are above doing GUY things. Still there are a few of those to whom I'll salute, even if their shirts buttons up on the wrong side.

(Oh sugar, the first time I typed this I dropped the r from shirt.) Elf With a Big Grin Smilie

[Edited on 17/6/2003 by Grondmaster]
I can tell you how to make home made explosives.
All you need is a few easy to find household ingredients.
Like Windex, a match and a bottle... not going to go any further... Wink Smilie

[Editat el 19/6/2003 per Andrea]
Boys stuff...

I remember one sunny morning when I was about 14, I decided to go fishing. It had been a year since I had last gone, so I started by checking through my fishing box to make sure I had enough hooks, floats etc. Anyway everything was going well until I came to my bait box, which unfortunately I hadn't emptied after my last fishing trip. Whoops.... Shocked at the sight and smell of finding last years maggots nicely dissolved in their own mouldy slime, I dropped the whole lot in the bottom of my box.

So what's this got to do with blowing up action men, one asks. Well, being the typical budding pyro-fire freak that all 14 year old boys become, rather than cleaning the mess out of the bottom of the box, I decided it would be easier to just blow them all up.

I gave a good ten second blast of butane lighter gas into the bottom of the box and stood well back as I threw a match in. What a dud!!! The match just went out as it went into the box. Having since done a bit of chemistry, I now know the match had gone out because the butane, being heavier than air, had displaced all of the oxygen in the box, and the match needing oxygen to support combustion had suffocated.

Well, not knowing this fact at the time, and instead falsely believing that the gas had quickly floated away, I then made a bad mistake. Little knowing I had now given the said gas enough time to form an explosive mixture with the surrounding air, I decided to place my second match carefully in the bottom of the box and then use the gas cylinder as a mini flame thrower. Whoops....

Anyway, I'll always remember the box going WHOOOF, my hand feeling rather hot, and then rolling around on the garage floor thinking I'd gone blind and feeling as though my hair was on fire. I don't know whether my folks bought the story about how I'd scalded myself in the kettle steam, and for some reason had gone to the barbers without any prompting to get a haircut. Thankfully they didn't say too much, and even more thankfully, apart from a few slight burns to my hand and face, I wasn't seriously hurt.

It did knock the sense into me to stop playing with fire for a few years though, until as 17 yr olds we began kicking tins of burning petrol at each other. I used to love doing that at night time when you'd get the full effect of the fireball. We kind of stopped doing that though when my mate set fire to his jeans.

Well that's about it for me really, apart from maybe the games of "flameball" we used to play a few years ago where we'd play catch with a burning tennis ball that had been soaked in petrol. But that's another story...

Please note, it's not big or clever to play with fire, and on no account should you copy anything mentioned above. In every case it led to someone getting burned, and though none of them were seriously hurt, they could have all been killed.

I always imagine stone age man viewing those early flames with the same awe as every 14 yr old boy still does, and perhaps chuckling as his mate's hair goes up in smoke.
hmm, well I have not ever lit myself on fire or anyone else,and most likely won't. Angel Smilie
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I can tell you how to make home made explosives.


I can tell you how to get the information you need easily, watch old episodes of Macguyver, it taught me an awful lot about making small and handy to use bombs.
MacGuyver is on living channel 112 on sky digital weeknights at 19.00!
I liked doing boyish things too when I was younger. I used to play football with the boys, and Ninja Turtles, and Action Man stuff. Big Laugh Smilie

I had a friend called John who used to come and play every week, one week at my house, then the other week at his. And one day we were in the cellar of my house, looking for the football, and then we saw all these bottles with silver polish and white spirit and paint and insecticides and other stuff. We thought: how about mixing all this up into one bottle and see what we get? And that's what we did. We got an empty bottle of wine out, and filled it with carefully selected ingredients. When the bottle was full, we shook it and were surprised to see a nice green colour appear.

Little after my mom shouted down the stairs of the cellar to check what we were doing there, and we lied and said we'd just found the football and hid the bottle. Then we ran outside and started playing football. Afterwards we forgot all about the bottle, and about five years later, I must have been about 15 or 16 then , my dad found the bottle and it's still standing in the cellar because mom and dad don't know what it is, and I'll be crazy if I tell 'em. Big Laugh Smilie

It was fun playing alchemist really... Very Big Grin Smilie We never tried drinking or lighting it or anything like that though. Thank God we didn't! Super Scared Smilie
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I must have been about 15 or 16 then , my dad found the bottle and it's still standing in the cellar because mom and dad don't know what it is, and I'll be crazy if I tell 'em.
Tell them when you're 35 and have kids of your own Tommi. Then you can all have a good laugh, though do this out of earshot of your kids for obvious reasons. Elf With a Big Grin Smilie
I've just gotta say thanks. On the other sites when I tell people my age, they usually get the attitude that I don't know anything. That hasn't happened here so far, and I thank you all for that.

Websites like these are awesome, because they let people who wouldn't usually talk have fun together. Wish the world was like that.

Sorry to get off topic...

I once lit my Luke Skywalker figurine on fire (I was about eight). I wasn't paying attention and it just happened to fall on the carpet. It left a huge black spot, and to this day there's melted carpet on the wood underneath.
If I knew how to make a bomb I dont think I would be telling any joe who came up and asked,especiely if it was a little boy Wink Smilie If your getting my drift.When I think of it, when I was a wee lass I would have loved to get my hands on a bomb or something destructive.

~LadyFeawen~
And weren't bangers and crowies great. Dynamite for kids.
Expecially french bangers!
Ok, back on topic.
I'm a guy; and 14.
Also, in BS (that stands for Boy Scouts, not bull-sh*t), we've had various experiences with .... Combined...need i say more?
Oh, and btw Alfirin, i'm an identical twin, too.

[Edited on 20/8/2003 by Grondmaster]
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Also, in BS (that stands for Boy Scouts, not bull-sh*t), we've had various experiences with ... Combined...need i say more?
Ever strapped ... and lit it? Good, that was. Ever ... a car? So was that. Tongue Smilie

[Edited on 20/8/2003 by Grondmaster]
Moderator Smilie Sorry, but I had to gut the last two posts as they provided a little too much detail for getting in trouble. Our young ones can do that on their own without getting any bright (or dim) ideas from our forum. Elf With a Big Grin Smilie
Sorry G. Smile Smilie
I just recently turned 14 and I´m a male (How shocking is that?) My nick is just like a English version of my real nick (Pési) wich is also the name of my pet goldfish.

im a guy, and im 12.
I am a guy and soon to be 17...
Might as well join in...I am a guy and I am 18.
Lol you guys!
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I bet I'm more manly than you. Or is there something you're not telling us?

hehe,no no,100% female.
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Ever strapped ... and lit it? Good, that was. Ever ... a car? So was that

I don't understand what you are talking about there!
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Ever strapped ... and lit it? Good, that was. Ever ... a car? So was that



I don't understand what you are talking about there!
It made sense originally, but Grondy decided there was too much detail to be suitable for PT, and I kind of agree with him. You should be able to work the second one ot with a bit of imagination.
OK, Stonehelm, Pesi, and everyone else that said their age and gender, but did not bother mentioning their birthdays. Shame on you. So Angry Smilie I only have 66 birthdays on my list; and neither of you are on it. I will be putting you on a different list now. (Not the good one either) Tell me your birthday, and I will forgive all. Hheheheheheheeeee Big Laugh Smilie

Mellie
Forgive us O mighty Mellie!!! We are unworthy of being on thy list!

The date on which Stoney entered the world was June 12, 1985
I`m a girl, I`mm 11... Big Smile Smilie

btw, Mellie, my birthday is November 25th, month b4 Christmas exactly. Big Smile Smilie
I went to the museum of science and industry in my dinner hour today. It was the most fun I had in ages. You can take part in so many experiments and best it's free. If any of you are ever in manchester, go visit it.
Thank you Stoney, and Sheryl. I appreciate it.
Sheryl, I already had your info, but that was nice of you to tell me again.

Stoney you are off the bad list and back on the good one. lol Thanks hun.

Ross that sounds like a lot of fun. We took Robbie to Dallas Museum of Science and he had sooo much fun. It was very interesting and there was so much to do, hands on stuff. I will make a deal with you. If I ever get to Manchester, you can take me to your museum , but if you ever get to Dallas, you let me take you to ours. I will even buy lunch.
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Tell me your birthday, and I will forgive all.


No we doesn’t wantss to be on nice Mellie’s bad list my preciousss, oh no we doesn’t wantsss it at all!

Well I thought that I had posted in this thread a while back, but in looking over the pages, apparently that wasn’t the case, so here’s my vitals, I’m a male, 32 years of age, my birthday is 3/15/71, I’m 6ft. tall, I weigh 180 pounds, hair-brown, eyes-hazel, I live in Santa Barbara, Ca., but I was born in FL., and my social security number and ATM pin numbers are….
Big Laugh Smilie

Please go on Elfstone Wink Smilie Big Laugh Smilie Lol, just kidding!
It's a deal Mellie. If I'm In Dallas I'l buy the meal! How does 32Oz steak and chips sound!Tongue Smilie
Big Smile Smilie Mellie, here is my info in-case you don't already have it:
I was born on 1990,May 25(I have trouble remembering that). And if you wan't any-more information then just ask. Cool Smilie
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1990,May 25

So was my cousin, that's strange
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It's a deal Mellie. If I'm In Dallas I'l buy the meal! How does 32Oz steak and chips sound!


That sounds terrific, except that I would not be able eat a 32oz steak. OMG, that is more than I eat in 3 days!!!

I know some terrifc steak places here. One is called Trail Dust and it even has sawdust on the floor. If you attempt to wear a tie there, they cut it off and hang it on the wall. Great steaks and decent prices. (a wee bit expensive, but not as bad as sooooooo many others.)

Elfstone, believe it or not I had your info already, except for the Social Security and ATM numbers. I am not sure where you put, it, but I found it in the forums somewhere. Thanks anyhow. lol

Andrea, my sister and her daughter share a birthday. Kari is exactly 19 years older than Ashlee. Their birthday is February 13, one in 1976 and the other in 1995. I think that is soo cool. What is even more amazing, is that was Kari's due date. I have never met anyone that had their baby on their due date. I asked our doctor, and he said that Kari, is the only one that has happened to since he has been in practice.

(yes, Kari and I had the same doctor for a while. No, my parents had no imagination either, at least they used it all up on my name. They just took the 't' and 'e' out of my name [Kateri] and made Kari's. They also gave us the same middle name. Rae. What is even worse is that when we each got married, we married men with the same last initials. W. So our initials are KRHW for the rest of our lives.)

Ok, enough for conincidences.....

Andrea, I also have your info too.

[Edited on 9/7/2003 by MelliotSandybanks]
Hmm...

Well, you can add another "female" to the list... Wink Smilie
Welcome to PT Aki_Hana, I have not gotten to greet you yet. I hope you enjoy it here. Well, you have told us that you are female and "technically going to be 19" but what about your birthday??? Care to share that with us??? Thanks for the things you have told us.

Mellie
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