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The Café of Doom

Murkrow

Says "also" and "or something" a lot
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Re: The Café of Doom

It's also Sierpinski's birthday. Go out and get something triangular.

It's also Einstein's birthday. Go out and get something hyperbolic.
 

Stryke

The finchiest of widgets
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he
Re: The Café of Doom

So, of course, we all know about Czechoslovakia, that one country formed from the Austro-Hungarian Empire after World War I. You likely also know about the Velvet Divorce, where the Czechs and the Slovaks peacefully broke their country into two pieces: the Czech Republic and Slovakia. However, something doesn't quite add up here. Let's take a closer look at the name Czechoslovakia. After it broke up, the Czechs took the "Czech" out of the name to make the Czech Republic, while the Slovaks took "Slovakia" out to form Slovakia. But there's that one "o" that separates the two in Czechoslovakia that, after 1993, simply ceased to be. Where did it come from? Where is it now? Is there a secret nationality of O's, or Oian people waiting for their opportunity to strike and ambush another unwitting European country in order to take their land and form their own nation?? If you fund my Kickstarter...
 

sanderidge

sandsnom was mafia
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they
Re: The Café of Doom

So, of course, we all know about Czechoslovakia, that one country formed from the Austro-Hungarian Empire after World War I. You likely also know about the Velvet Divorce, where the Czechs and the Slovaks peacefully broke their country into two pieces: the Czech Republic and Slovakia. However, something doesn't quite add up here. Let's take a closer look at the name Czechoslovakia. After it broke up, the Czechs took the "Czech" out of the name to make the Czech Republic, while the Slovaks took "Slovakia" out to form Slovakia. But there's that one "o" that separates the two in Czechoslovakia that, after 1993, simply ceased to be. Where did it come from? Where is it now? Is there a secret nationality of O's, or Oian people waiting for their opportunity to strike and ambush another unwitting European country in order to take their land and form their own nation?? If you fund my Kickstarter...
this is actually really funny and i appreciate this post
 

Sanqui

New member
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any
Re: The Café of Doom

So, of course, we all know about Czechoslovakia, that one country formed from the Austro-Hungarian Empire after World War I. You likely also know about the Velvet Divorce, where the Czechs and the Slovaks peacefully broke their country into two pieces: the Czech Republic and Slovakia. However, something doesn't quite add up here. Let's take a closer look at the name Czechoslovakia. After it broke up, the Czechs took the "Czech" out of the name to make the Czech Republic, while the Slovaks took "Slovakia" out to form Slovakia. But there's that one "o" that separates the two in Czechoslovakia that, after 1993, simply ceased to be. Where did it come from? Where is it now? Is there a secret nationality of O's, or Oian people waiting for their opportunity to strike and ambush another unwitting European country in order to take their land and form their own nation?? If you fund my Kickstarter...
Honestly the o can be considered a part of the Czech name. "Czechoslovakia" is "Československo" in both Czech and Slovak, and Czechia itself is "Česko". So the "o" went to the Czech Republic. Mystery solved.

A better question is where did the dash in Czecho-Slovakia go? Read all about the Hyphen war: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hyphen_War
 

Kung Fu Ferret

The Trickster God
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he/him
Re: The Café of Doom

I've been reading about various apocalypse myths.

Now I want something along the lines of the Norse "Ragnarok" to fucking happen. Because I would LOVE to watch the world burn!

Also, I've been craving KFC. I don't remember the last time I had it, (probably before I joined this site), but whatever. Also, their Twitter only follows the former Spice Girls and random dudes name Herb, which is clever as fuck!
 
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LadyJirachu

Judgemental people GTFO
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she
Re: The Café of Doom

I've been reading random stuff about Pokemon today.

And now...I feel like adding more pokemon images to my pinterest pokemon album sometime soon xD

Also I was mega into my playstation 2 yesterday. I found Star Sweep to be rather Pokemon-ish for a puzzle game as a whole, too. I REALLY LIKE the music in that little game....so cute.....>w<;;;
 

BCM

Really old guy
Re: The Café of Doom

I think we need to go back to the old internet. An internet without tracking, website obesity, bots and suspicious election interference. I need to develop at least a repository of bits of the "old internet" that are still hanging around. Anyone remember PokeGods? That was the shiz from the old internet. Nostalgia is a hell of a drug.
 

LadyJirachu

Judgemental people GTFO
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she
Re: The Café of Doom

I think we need to go back to the old internet. An internet without tracking, website obesity, bots and suspicious election interference. I need to develop at least a repository of bits of the "old internet" that are still hanging around. Anyone remember PokeGods? That was the shiz from the old internet. Nostalgia is a hell of a drug.
Nostalgia is awesome <3 Its part of why i'm still a huge pokemon fan (as well as korrina).

I remember the PokeGods :) I used to laugh so much about YOSHI FROM MARIO being one of them xDDDD
 

Stryke

The finchiest of widgets
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he
Re: The Café of Doom

The oddest thing happened recently: I was at an awards ceremony for Science Olympiad, and at one point, they called up a MacDonald Middle School to come get a medal. The last thing I remember after that was looking at my friend with wide eyes and screaming "MAGDONAL QUODR POUNDR" before blacking out. Has anyone else been having this issue?
 

LadyJirachu

Judgemental people GTFO
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Re: The Café of Doom


I made a pride month blingee of korrina's face up close <3

Its cool how long my crush on her is lasting for xD Not anything i'd WANT to help....<3 She's really really pretty o////o;

Also neat to see some new posts around here too!
 

Stryke

The finchiest of widgets
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he
Re: The Café of Doom

just realized you can't spell rowlet without owl. mind is fucking blown rn.
 

ミ☆ ᴍyᴜᴍᴀ

Flowers. So many of the same. So many unneeded.
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she, they
Re: The Café of Doom

Stryke, I ... I have been enlightened by your words. I have decided to join the Owlian religion.
 
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