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A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby Thunder11 » Sun Apr 11, 2021 11:02 pm #597825

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Discuss, but only in a professional manner.
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MrFoster wrote:Back in my day, we didn't complain about lag! We used it to queue attacks!

That's thinking on your feet, soldier!

Quality Paprika from #coderbus wrote:[11:35.52] <paprika> holy crap so yeah i don't care about your opinion at all

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Excuse me? Thats for sensible and calm rational debate, not for senseless whining.

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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby Fikou » Sun Apr 11, 2021 11:03 pm #597826

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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby Thunder11 » Sun Apr 11, 2021 11:07 pm #597828

Fikou wrote:bitch

I will be reporting this unprofessional conduct to the headmins, consider your position here to be at risk
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MrFoster wrote:Back in my day, we didn't complain about lag! We used it to queue attacks!

That's thinking on your feet, soldier!

Quality Paprika from #coderbus wrote:[11:35.52] <paprika> holy crap so yeah i don't care about your opinion at all

oranges wrote:

Excuse me? Thats for sensible and calm rational debate, not for senseless whining.

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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby AIIA » Sun Apr 11, 2021 11:08 pm #597829

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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby GamerAndYeahMick » Sun Apr 11, 2021 11:08 pm #597830

Thunder11 wrote:
Fikou wrote:bitch

I will be reporting this unprofessional conduct to the headmins, consider your position here to be at risk

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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby Thunder11 » Sun Apr 11, 2021 11:09 pm #597831

GamerAndYeahMick wrote:
Thunder11 wrote:
Fikou wrote:bitch

I will be reporting this unprofessional conduct to the headmins, consider your position here to be at risk

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I’ll be reporting you too.
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IcePacks wrote:
MrFoster wrote:Back in my day, we didn't complain about lag! We used it to queue attacks!

That's thinking on your feet, soldier!

Quality Paprika from #coderbus wrote:[11:35.52] <paprika> holy crap so yeah i don't care about your opinion at all

oranges wrote:

Excuse me? Thats for sensible and calm rational debate, not for senseless whining.

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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby dragomagol » Sun Apr 11, 2021 11:09 pm #597832

Fikou wrote:bitch

Fikou has already broken the rules of this peanut thread. I am building the catapult to fire him out of as we speak.
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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby Jaredfogle » Sun Apr 11, 2021 11:12 pm #597834

To whom it may concern,

I apologize greatly for my actions. This post was long, and so I did not read it. While it is possible for you to make a shorter post, the onace ultimately lies on me. I will work harder to change my behavior in the future.

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Postby Vekter » Sun Apr 11, 2021 11:25 pm #597836

Hide Saege threads.

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Report Saege threads.
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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby oranges » Mon Apr 12, 2021 12:04 am #597838

Jaredfogle wrote:To whom it may concern,

I apologize greatly for my actions. This post was long, and so I did not read it. While it is possible for you to make a shorter post, the onace ultimately lies on me. I will work harder to change my behavior in the future.

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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby Screemonster » Mon Apr 12, 2021 12:10 am #597839

how is it a profession when they do it for free

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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby Jaredfogle » Mon Apr 12, 2021 12:14 am #597840

oranges wrote:
Jaredfogle wrote:To whom it may concern,

I apologize greatly for my actions. This post was long, and so I did not read it. While it is possible for you to make a shorter post, the onace ultimately lies on me. I will work harder to change my behavior in the future.

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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby BONERMASTER » Mon Apr 12, 2021 12:20 am #597841

I believe, that Mr. Saege was right to submit a complaint. Mr. Saege, as the head of security, was charged with a very difficult and stressful position, and happened to be put in distress by a troublesome AI. This went on to such lengths that he was ambushed and killed in combat. The AI saw this as well, and chose not to react again, so Mr. Saege acted very reasonable to file an admin-ticket in this situation. With a pinch of empathy, you will surely understand that the frustration at this point must have been quite massive, and to have this reasonable inquiry be met with a flurry of dismissive jabs, excuses and even an insult in his closing statement, was ruthless, down right barbaric of the acting admin, Mr. Shaps.

I understand that Mr. Saege does not enjoy the greatest of reputation on this forum, perhaps due to his philosophical detours in his threads and sometimes erroneous assessment of situations under dispute. But any man should enjoy the rule to have done unto him as he does to others, and if Mr. Saege was indeed polite and truthful in his opening ticket, then these maxims should also be upheld by the acting admin. A great apology is due from Mr. Shaps, and I would hope that this onslaught of good manners and human respect does not become the norm with the current administration.


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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby Misdoubtful » Mon Apr 12, 2021 12:47 am #597842

Screemonster wrote:how is it a profession when they do it for free


I'm a professional, do you want my license I made it with crayon?
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Postby Screemonster » Mon Apr 12, 2021 1:22 am #597843

Misdoubtful wrote:
Screemonster wrote:how is it a profession when they do it for free


I'm a professional, do you want my license I made it with crayon?

reminds me of the time I ordered a shitload of null crates from cargo and got a centcom stamp in one od them and when the hos questioned me about all the contraband I was lugging around I pulled out my official centcom permit but they told me that permits aren't normally written in the first person

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Postby MortoSasye » Mon Apr 12, 2021 1:26 am #597844

It is dissapointing to see you guys poking fun of a valid complaint, admins should not be insulting people because they're frustrated.

It is true it's a voluntary position, however, it does not mean it's suddenly ok to start breaking admin conduct rules due to that fact.

I'm glad Shaps apologized and didn't fall into making fun of him too.
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Postby Malkraz » Mon Apr 12, 2021 2:02 am #597847

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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby Farquaar » Mon Apr 12, 2021 2:08 am #597848

Player complains about admin violating admin rules, admin apologizes, player accepts the apology and apologizes for their part in return.

What's the problem here? This is the ideal way a valid complaint should be handled. Everybody's happy and can move on.

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Postby MortoSasye » Mon Apr 12, 2021 2:42 am #597849

Farquaar wrote:Player complains about admin violating admin rules, admin apologizes, player accepts the apology and apologizes for their part in return.

What's the problem here? This is the ideal way a valid complaint should be handled. Everybody's happy and can move on.


I was critizing the fact he was being made fun of, not how the complaint transpired tho.
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Postby Farquaar » Mon Apr 12, 2021 2:51 am #597850

MortoSasye wrote:
Farquaar wrote:Player complains about admin violating admin rules, admin apologizes, player accepts the apology and apologizes for their part in return.

What's the problem here? This is the ideal way a valid complaint should be handled. Everybody's happy and can move on.


I was critizing the fact he was being made fun of, not how the complaint transpired tho.

I wasn't talking about you specifically, but rather the tone of the peanut thread as a whole.

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Postby Misdoubtful » Mon Apr 12, 2021 3:05 am #597851

Screemonster wrote:
Misdoubtful wrote:
Screemonster wrote:how is it a profession when they do it for free


I'm a professional, do you want my license I made it with crayon?

reminds me of the time I ordered a shitload of null crates from cargo and got a centcom stamp in one od them and when the hos questioned me about all the contraband I was lugging around I pulled out my official centcom permit but they told me that permits aren't normally written in the first person


This sounds pretty great honestly, a quality moment.
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Postby Qustinnus » Mon Apr 12, 2021 4:28 am #597853

ryll apologizes for being an asshole every time and go back to it immediately after.
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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby Farquaar » Mon Apr 12, 2021 5:03 am #597855

Qustinnus wrote:ryll apologies for being an asshole every time and go back to it immediately after.

Ryll is coder-speak for Shaps, for the uninitiated.

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Postby Kendrickorium » Mon Apr 12, 2021 5:15 am #597856

fuck I love shaps
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Postby Tlaltecuhtli » Mon Apr 12, 2021 5:31 am #597858

admin complained cause ai didnt open door

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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby MortoSasye » Mon Apr 12, 2021 5:37 am #597859

Farquaar wrote:
MortoSasye wrote:
Farquaar wrote:Player complains about admin violating admin rules, admin apologizes, player accepts the apology and apologizes for their part in return.

What's the problem here? This is the ideal way a valid complaint should be handled. Everybody's happy and can move on.


I was critizing the fact he was being made fun of, not how the complaint transpired tho.

I wasn't talking about you specifically, but rather the tone of the peanut thread as a whole.


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Postby Misdoubtful » Mon Apr 12, 2021 5:50 am #597860

MortoSasye wrote:It is dissapointing to see you guys poking fun of a valid complaint, admins should not be insulting people because they're frustrated.

It is true it's a voluntary position, however, it does not mean it's suddenly ok to start breaking admin conduct rules due to that fact.

I'm glad Shaps apologized and didn't fall into making fun of him too.


Peanut threads just suck.

They are often monotonously lackluster in the most petty way possible, or needlessly hostile and deconstructive.

The real fun is the side conversations that sprout up in our wonderful little garden of peanuts. :)
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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby Farquaar » Mon Apr 12, 2021 6:25 am #597861

Misdoubtful wrote:Peanut threads just suck.

They are often monotonously lackluster in the most petty way possible, or needlessly hostile and deconstructive.

The real fun is the side conversations that sprout up in our wonderful little garden of peanuts. :)

Of course an admin would say that
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In all seriousness, I love a good peanut. I savour the spice. While this one isn't really fertile ground for legume harvesting, we have good seasons often enough.

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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby oranges » Mon Apr 12, 2021 6:51 am #597862

MortoSasye wrote:It is dissapointing to see you guys poking fun of a valid complaint, admins should not be insulting people because they're frustrated.

It is true it's a voluntary position, however, it does not mean it's suddenly ok to start breaking admin conduct rules due to that fact.

I'm glad Shaps apologized and didn't fall into making fun of him too.

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Postby XivilaiAnaxes » Mon Apr 12, 2021 6:55 am #597863

"Peanut threads suck"

?????

Get fucked 😠
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Postby BONERMASTER » Mon Apr 12, 2021 7:09 am #597864

XivilaiAnaxes wrote:"Peanut threads suck"

?????

Get fucked 😠


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Postby Armhulen » Mon Apr 12, 2021 7:22 am #597865

BONERMASTER wrote:
XivilaiAnaxes wrote:"Peanut threads suck"

?????

Get fucked 😠


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IS THAT A DECENT SMILEY ON THIS FORUM?? 👀

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Postby saprasam » Mon Apr 12, 2021 7:33 am #597867

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Postby Vekter » Mon Apr 12, 2021 7:36 am #597868

Anyway this complaint sucks and Saege spends most of his time dying to relatively avoidable issues and posting in ideas about how he'd nerf the shit out of whatever he died to last night.

And asking us to add poo, because... I have no idea.
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Postby MortoSasye » Mon Apr 12, 2021 7:39 am #597870

Misdoubtful wrote:
MortoSasye wrote:It is dissapointing to see you guys poking fun of a valid complaint, admins should not be insulting people because they're frustrated.

It is true it's a voluntary position, however, it does not mean it's suddenly ok to start breaking admin conduct rules due to that fact.

I'm glad Shaps apologized and didn't fall into making fun of him too.


Peanut threads just suck.

They are often monotonously lackluster in the most petty way possible, or needlessly hostile and deconstructive.

The real fun is the side conversations that sprout up in our wonderful little garden of peanuts. :)


ok but I got my favorite quote from the forums from a peanut

jokes aside, yeah,I agree

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MortoSasye wrote:It is dissapointing to see you guys poking fun of a valid complaint, admins should not be insulting people because they're frustrated.

It is true it's a voluntary position, however, it does not mean it's suddenly ok to start breaking admin conduct rules due to that fact.

I'm glad Shaps apologized and didn't fall into making fun of him too.

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Postby BONERMASTER » Mon Apr 12, 2021 8:02 am #597871

Armhulen wrote:
BONERMASTER wrote:
XivilaiAnaxes wrote:"Peanut threads suck"

?????

Get fucked 😠


?????

IS THAT A DECENT SMILEY ON THIS FORUM?? 👀

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Vekter wrote:Anyway this complaint sucks and Saege spends most of his time dying to relatively avoidable issues and posting in ideas about how he'd nerf the shit out of whatever he died to last night.

And asking us to add poo, because... I have no idea.


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ho ho, these look like shit on the computer 🥴👽🙈🙆‍♀️
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Postby Agux909 » Mon Apr 12, 2021 11:30 am #597877

Reasonable complaint with a desirable outcome.

0/10 peanut with 3 mins of relevance, pls delete.
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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby Misdoubtful » Mon Apr 12, 2021 1:28 pm #597881

Farquaar wrote:
Misdoubtful wrote:Peanut threads just suck.

They are often monotonously lackluster in the most petty way possible, or needlessly hostile and deconstructive.

The real fun is the side conversations that sprout up in our wonderful little garden of peanuts. :)

Of course an admin would say that
jkjk

In all seriousness, I love a good peanut. I savour the spice. While this one isn't really fertile ground for legume harvesting, we have good seasons often enough.

Exhibit A:
Twottle_Birb wrote:Think about this very carefully.


Yeah they can 100% be really GOOD.

But this one is basically just:

Agux909 wrote:Reasonable complaint with a desirable outcome.

0/10 peanut with 3 mins of relevance, pls delete.
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Postby WineAllWine » Mon Apr 12, 2021 1:52 pm #597882

I re-read that wesoda note appeal peanut whenever I need a laugh viewtopic.php?f=2&t=27712&p=578974

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Seeing that complaint title then actually reading the complaint
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MortoSasye wrote:It is dissapointing to see you guys poking fun of a valid complaint, admins should not be insulting people because they're frustrated.


I could make out one sandwich artist behind the counter, standing rigidly, unmoving. We burst, laughing, into a quiet space. There was no radio, no TV, just the faint hum of the lights. I don’t even remember a bell on the door, but there may have been one. As we entered, he continued to stare straight ahead, like a soldier at attention.

We didn’t think anything of it, it only seemed weird upon recollection afterwards. We lined up, looked over the menu and sandwich ingredients figuring out what to order. Someone had a question, like, “is the chicken any good tonight?” (It’s never any good). The guy didn’t answer, though. He continued to stand completely still, hands clasped behind his back, staring straight ahead. O….kaaay? We looked at one another, eyebrows raised, confirming it was odd to all of us.

Whatever. Our school was half designers and half crazy artists. Our benchmarks for oddity were pretty high. We pressed on. I remember him waiting until we’d specified all our topping options as well, instead of asking down the line as usual. As each of us ordered, he offered acknowledgement with a slight turn of his head, and a short, sharp nod. He was Asian, and had a neatly trimmed beard. He didn’t look us in the eye.

The instant we’d given our third and final order, he erupted into action. We all went silent. It was an incredible spectacle. He spun to retrieve three buns like a machine. A beautiful gleaming knife appeared in his hand, and he cut them in half with single measured strokes—no crumbs. His movements were so precise, so efficient! I was transfixed.
He would move so fast he seemed to teleport between tasks, then slow immediately to lay down meats and cheeses with such care and exactitude that they were evenly distributed end to end. You could have taken a ruler to them.

Most people have to dip into toppings like olives and lettuce numerous times, big tongsfull, tiny bits, poking around, adding, removing, getting the sandwich covered right. This guy went into each topping exactly one time, grabbing the ideal amount, and spreading it across each layer like a card magician fans a deck across table felt. I swear.

At some point, the most outgoing guy in our group broke the trance and started talking to the sandwich maker—stuff like, “you remembered all that?!” and “this guy’s like a ninja!” Then we all joined in, cheering first, calling out his actions like sports announcers, then trying to make him laugh, or even smile. Even our best attempts couldn’t crack that face of stone.

To this day, I remember how he grabbed a condiment bottle in each hand, executed terse synchronized flips—no flair—then piped parallel mustard and mayo lines up and down the sandwich like a robot printer. No spurts, no spaces, perfection.

There was a hint of showmanship near the end, when he spun like a dance master, tossed the sandwiches toward the microwave, then caught and inserted them in one fluid movement. Again, he stood like a statue while they heated. Our laughs, amazement, joy, and callouts elicited no response.

He took our payment with all the confident meticulousness he prepared the sandwiches, ever quiet, never meeting our eyes. I thanked him with an earnestness I’m rarely inspired to.
We walked out, hands in the air, shouting “Subway samurai!” Across the parking lot, I turned for one final look, and he had returned to standing motionless where we found him.

The guys and I gushed, sharing and reviewing all the details we’d noticed, the amazement, conjecture about his dark and varied history, until we returned and got back to work. Our sandwiches were, of course, excellent.

We went back to Subway the next day, hoping to relive the experience, but someone else was making sandwiches. We told him the story I just told you, but he said nobody like that worked there. He didn’t work every night, but he knew everyone, and the samurai didn’t come close to matching the description of any of them. I’m not kidding. He thought we were drunk or something. We continued to visit, but the sandwich master never appeared again, and remained a mystery to everyone there.
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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby Rohen_Tahir » Mon Apr 12, 2021 6:49 pm #597892

pugie wrote:
MortoSasye wrote:It is dissapointing to see you guys poking fun of a valid complaint, admins should not be insulting people because they're frustrated.


I could make out one sandwich artist behind the counter, standing rigidly, unmoving. We burst, laughing, into a quiet space. There was no radio, no TV, just the faint hum of the lights. I don’t even remember a bell on the door, but there may have been one. As we entered, he continued to stare straight ahead, like a soldier at attention.

We didn’t think anything of it, it only seemed weird upon recollection afterwards. We lined up, looked over the menu and sandwich ingredients figuring out what to order. Someone had a question, like, “is the chicken any good tonight?” (It’s never any good). The guy didn’t answer, though. He continued to stand completely still, hands clasped behind his back, staring straight ahead. O….kaaay? We looked at one another, eyebrows raised, confirming it was odd to all of us.

Whatever. Our school was half designers and half crazy artists. Our benchmarks for oddity were pretty high. We pressed on. I remember him waiting until we’d specified all our topping options as well, instead of asking down the line as usual. As each of us ordered, he offered acknowledgement with a slight turn of his head, and a short, sharp nod. He was Asian, and had a neatly trimmed beard. He didn’t look us in the eye.

The instant we’d given our third and final order, he erupted into action. We all went silent. It was an incredible spectacle. He spun to retrieve three buns like a machine. A beautiful gleaming knife appeared in his hand, and he cut them in half with single measured strokes—no crumbs. His movements were so precise, so efficient! I was transfixed.
He would move so fast he seemed to teleport between tasks, then slow immediately to lay down meats and cheeses with such care and exactitude that they were evenly distributed end to end. You could have taken a ruler to them.

Most people have to dip into toppings like olives and lettuce numerous times, big tongsfull, tiny bits, poking around, adding, removing, getting the sandwich covered right. This guy went into each topping exactly one time, grabbing the ideal amount, and spreading it across each layer like a card magician fans a deck across table felt. I swear.

At some point, the most outgoing guy in our group broke the trance and started talking to the sandwich maker—stuff like, “you remembered all that?!” and “this guy’s like a ninja!” Then we all joined in, cheering first, calling out his actions like sports announcers, then trying to make him laugh, or even smile. Even our best attempts couldn’t crack that face of stone.

To this day, I remember how he grabbed a condiment bottle in each hand, executed terse synchronized flips—no flair—then piped parallel mustard and mayo lines up and down the sandwich like a robot printer. No spurts, no spaces, perfection.

There was a hint of showmanship near the end, when he spun like a dance master, tossed the sandwiches toward the microwave, then caught and inserted them in one fluid movement. Again, he stood like a statue while they heated. Our laughs, amazement, joy, and callouts elicited no response.

He took our payment with all the confident meticulousness he prepared the sandwiches, ever quiet, never meeting our eyes. I thanked him with an earnestness I’m rarely inspired to.
We walked out, hands in the air, shouting “Subway samurai!” Across the parking lot, I turned for one final look, and he had returned to standing motionless where we found him.

The guys and I gushed, sharing and reviewing all the details we’d noticed, the amazement, conjecture about his dark and varied history, until we returned and got back to work. Our sandwiches were, of course, excellent.

We went back to Subway the next day, hoping to relive the experience, but someone else was making sandwiches. We told him the story I just told you, but he said nobody like that worked there. He didn’t work every night, but he knew everyone, and the samurai didn’t come close to matching the description of any of them. I’m not kidding. He thought we were drunk or something. We continued to visit, but the sandwich master never appeared again, and remained a mystery to everyone there.

Hey guys, did you know that in terms of male human and female Pokémon breeding, Vaporeon is the most compatible Pokémon for humans? Not only are they in the field egg group, which is mostly comprised of mammals, Vaporeon are an average of 3”03’ tall and 63.9 pounds, this means they’re large enough to be able handle dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.

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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby chocolate_bickie » Mon Apr 12, 2021 7:18 pm #597893

Rohen_Tahir wrote:
pugie wrote:
MortoSasye wrote:It is dissapointing to see you guys poking fun of a valid complaint, admins should not be insulting people because they're frustrated.


I could make out one sandwich artist behind the counter, standing rigidly, unmoving. We burst, laughing, into a quiet space. There was no radio, no TV, just the faint hum of the lights. I don’t even remember a bell on the door, but there may have been one. As we entered, he continued to stare straight ahead, like a soldier at attention.

We didn’t think anything of it, it only seemed weird upon recollection afterwards. We lined up, looked over the menu and sandwich ingredients figuring out what to order. Someone had a question, like, “is the chicken any good tonight?” (It’s never any good). The guy didn’t answer, though. He continued to stand completely still, hands clasped behind his back, staring straight ahead. O….kaaay? We looked at one another, eyebrows raised, confirming it was odd to all of us.

Whatever. Our school was half designers and half crazy artists. Our benchmarks for oddity were pretty high. We pressed on. I remember him waiting until we’d specified all our topping options as well, instead of asking down the line as usual. As each of us ordered, he offered acknowledgement with a slight turn of his head, and a short, sharp nod. He was Asian, and had a neatly trimmed beard. He didn’t look us in the eye.

The instant we’d given our third and final order, he erupted into action. We all went silent. It was an incredible spectacle. He spun to retrieve three buns like a machine. A beautiful gleaming knife appeared in his hand, and he cut them in half with single measured strokes—no crumbs. His movements were so precise, so efficient! I was transfixed.
He would move so fast he seemed to teleport between tasks, then slow immediately to lay down meats and cheeses with such care and exactitude that they were evenly distributed end to end. You could have taken a ruler to them.

Most people have to dip into toppings like olives and lettuce numerous times, big tongsfull, tiny bits, poking around, adding, removing, getting the sandwich covered right. This guy went into each topping exactly one time, grabbing the ideal amount, and spreading it across each layer like a card magician fans a deck across table felt. I swear.

At some point, the most outgoing guy in our group broke the trance and started talking to the sandwich maker—stuff like, “you remembered all that?!” and “this guy’s like a ninja!” Then we all joined in, cheering first, calling out his actions like sports announcers, then trying to make him laugh, or even smile. Even our best attempts couldn’t crack that face of stone.

To this day, I remember how he grabbed a condiment bottle in each hand, executed terse synchronized flips—no flair—then piped parallel mustard and mayo lines up and down the sandwich like a robot printer. No spurts, no spaces, perfection.

There was a hint of showmanship near the end, when he spun like a dance master, tossed the sandwiches toward the microwave, then caught and inserted them in one fluid movement. Again, he stood like a statue while they heated. Our laughs, amazement, joy, and callouts elicited no response.

He took our payment with all the confident meticulousness he prepared the sandwiches, ever quiet, never meeting our eyes. I thanked him with an earnestness I’m rarely inspired to.
We walked out, hands in the air, shouting “Subway samurai!” Across the parking lot, I turned for one final look, and he had returned to standing motionless where we found him.

The guys and I gushed, sharing and reviewing all the details we’d noticed, the amazement, conjecture about his dark and varied history, until we returned and got back to work. Our sandwiches were, of course, excellent.

We went back to Subway the next day, hoping to relive the experience, but someone else was making sandwiches. We told him the story I just told you, but he said nobody like that worked there. He didn’t work every night, but he knew everyone, and the samurai didn’t come close to matching the description of any of them. I’m not kidding. He thought we were drunk or something. We continued to visit, but the sandwich master never appeared again, and remained a mystery to everyone there.

Hey guys, did you know that in terms of male human and female Pokémon breeding, Vaporeon is the most compatible Pokémon for humans? Not only are they in the field egg group, which is mostly comprised of mammals, Vaporeon are an average of 3”03’ tall and 63.9 pounds, this means they’re large enough to be able handle dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.


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ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed tempor and vitality, so that the labor and sorrow, some important things to do eiusmod. Over the years, I will come, who will nostrud aliquip out of her the advantage of exercise, so that stimulus efforts if the school district and longevity. Want to be a pain in the cupidatat cillum has been criticized in the Duis et dolore magna flee produces no resultant pleasure. Excepteur cupidatat blacks are not excepteur, is soothing to the soul, that is, they deserted the general duties of those who are to blame for your troubles.

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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby Agux909 » Mon Apr 12, 2021 7:41 pm #597894

pugie wrote:
MortoSasye wrote:It is dissapointing to see you guys poking fun of a valid complaint, admins should not be insulting people because they're frustrated.


I couwd mwake out one sandwich awtist behind the countew, standing wigidwy, unmoving. We buwst, waughing, into a qwiet space. Thewe was no wadio, no tv, just the faint hum of the wights. I don’t even wemembew a beww on the doow, but thewe mway have been one. As we entewed, he continued to stawe stwaight ahead, wike a sowdiew at attention.

we didn’t fink anything of it, it onwy seemed weiwd upon wecowwection aftewwawds. We wined up, wooked ovew the mwenu and sandwich ingwedients figuwing out what to owdew. Someone had a qwestion, wike, “is the chicken any good tonight?” (it’s nevew any good). The guy didn’t answew, though. He continued to stand compwetewy stiww, hands cwasped behind his back, stawing stwaight ahead. O….kaaay?? we wooked at one anothew, eyebwows waised, confiwming it was odd to aww of us.

whatevew. Ouw schoow was hawf designews and hawf cwazy awtists. Ouw benchmawks fow oddity wewe pwetty high. We pwessed on. I wemembew him waiting untiw we’d specified aww ouw topping options as weww, instead of asking down the wine as usuaw. As each of us owdewed, he offewed acknowwedgement with a swight tuwn of his head, and a showt, shawp nod. He was asian, and had a neatwy twimmed beawd. He didn’t wook us in the eye.

the instant we’d given ouw thiwd and finaw owdew, he ewupted into action. We aww went siwent. It was an incwedibwe spectacwe. He spun to wetwieve thwee buns wike a mwachine. A beautifuw gweaming knife appeawed in his hand, and he cut them in hawf with singwe mweasuwed stwokes—no cwumbs. His mwovements wewe so pwecise, so efficient!! i was twansfixed.
he wouwd mwove so fast he seemed to tewepowt between tasks, then swow immediatewy to way down mweats and cheeses with such cawe and exactitude dat they wewe evenwy distwibuted end to end. Chu couwd have taken a wuwew to them.

mwost peopwe have to dip into toppings wike owives and wettuce numewous times, big tongsfuww, tiny bits, poking awound, adding, wemoving, getting the sandwich covewed wight. Dis guy went into each topping exactwy one time, gwabbing the ideaw amount, and spweading it acwoss each wayew wike a cawd mwagician fans a deck acwoss tabwe fewt. I sweaw.

at some point, the mwost outgoing guy in ouw gwoup bwoke the twance and stawted tawking to the sandwich mwakew—stuff wike, “you wemembewed aww dat?!” and “this guy’s wike a ninja!” then we aww joined in, cheewing fiwst, cawwing out his actions wike spowts announcews, then twying to mwake him waugh, ow even smiwe. Even ouw best attempts couwdn’t cwack dat face of stone.

to dis day, i wemembew how he gwabbed a condiment bottwe in each hand, executed tewse synchwonized fwips—no fwaiw—then piped pawawwew mwustawd and mwayo wines up and down the sandwich wike a wobot pwintew. No spuwts, no spaces, pewfection.

thewe was a hint of showmanship neaw the end, when he spun wike a dance mwastew, tossed the sandwiches towawd the mwicwowave, then caught and insewted them in one fwuid mwovement. Again, he stood wike a statue whiwe they heated. Ouw waughs, amazement, joy, and cawwouts ewicited no wesponse.

he took ouw payment with aww the confident mweticuwousness he pwepawed the sandwiches, evew qwiet, nevew mweeting ouw eyes. I thanked him with an eawnestness i’m wawewy inspiwed to.
we wawked out, hands in the aiw, shouting “subway samuwai!” acwoss the pawking wot, i tuwned fow one finaw wook, and he had wetuwned to standing mwotionwess whewe we found him.

the guys and i gushed, shawing and weviewing aww the detaiws we’d noticed, the amazement, conjectuwe about his dawk and vawied histowy, untiw we wetuwned and got back to wowk. Ouw sandwiches wewe, of couwse, excewwent.

we went back to subway the next day, hoping to wewive the expewience, but someone ewse was mwaking sandwiches. We towd him the stowy i just towd chu, but he said nobody wike dat wowked thewe. He didn’t wowk evewy night, but he knew evewyone, and the samuwai didn’t come cwose to mwatching the descwiption of any of them. I’m not kidding. He thought we wewe dwunk ow something. We continued to visit, but the sandwich mwastew nevew appeawed again, and wemained a mwystewy to evewyone thewe.
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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby MortoSasye » Mon Apr 12, 2021 8:07 pm #597895

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MortoSasye wrote:durlu


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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby Agux909 » Mon Apr 12, 2021 8:23 pm #597897

MortoSasye wrote:
pugie wrote:
MortoSasye wrote:durlu


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Una cagada asquerosa, repelente, abyecta, vomitiva, mugrosa, maldita, diarreosa, estercolera, inmunda, malnacida, pudenda, apestosa, maloliente, cabrona, maricona, huevona, pendeja, tarada, cancerígena, jodida, culeada, gilipollesca, pelotuda, encamada, malnacida, retardada, atrasada, inútil, móngola, incestuosa, burda, estúpida, insulsa, putrefacta, traicionera, indigna, chupapollas, soplahuevos, esnifacojones, gueleculo, coprofágica, masca-morrones, infecta, cerda, nauseabunda, cochambrosa, cochina, verdulera, infame, ruin, rastrera, degradada, descerebrada, zopenca, zafia, puta, engreída, esquizofrénica, granulenta, infeliz, profana, calamitosa, deficiente, cretina, lela, ramera, fulana, calientaguevos, ridícula, petarda, pasmarote, fistro, desidiosa, puta, reputa, soputa, recontraputa, hija de puta, hija de un millón de putas, escupepitos, caradepedo, necrofílica, alientoamojón, lambe-bukaka, revuelcaleche, coñoesumadre y de su abuela, conchuda, culoroto, nalgas reventadas, tragasable, succionaditos, esfinterpartido, ojetedesilachado, sorbemocos, capulla, pelmaza, zoquete, masturbadora crónica, espuria, chupa-tampones, regluda, coprófaga, gerontofílica, turra, ojete, atorrante, tierrúa, pajúa, amamaguevos, onanista caradeconcha y MALA PELICULA .


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Re: A Professional Peanut Thread

Postby Rohen_Tahir » Mon Apr 12, 2021 9:41 pm #597900

chocolate_bickie wrote:
Rohen_Tahir wrote:
pugie wrote:
MortoSasye wrote:It is dissapointing to see you guys poking fun of a valid complaint, admins should not be insulting people because they're frustrated.


I could make out one sandwich artist behind the counter, standing rigidly, unmoving. We burst, laughing, into a quiet space. There was no radio, no TV, just the faint hum of the lights. I don’t even remember a bell on the door, but there may have been one. As we entered, he continued to stare straight ahead, like a soldier at attention.

We didn’t think anything of it, it only seemed weird upon recollection afterwards. We lined up, looked over the menu and sandwich ingredients figuring out what to order. Someone had a question, like, “is the chicken any good tonight?” (It’s never any good). The guy didn’t answer, though. He continued to stand completely still, hands clasped behind his back, staring straight ahead. O….kaaay? We looked at one another, eyebrows raised, confirming it was odd to all of us.

Whatever. Our school was half designers and half crazy artists. Our benchmarks for oddity were pretty high. We pressed on. I remember him waiting until we’d specified all our topping options as well, instead of asking down the line as usual. As each of us ordered, he offered acknowledgement with a slight turn of his head, and a short, sharp nod. He was Asian, and had a neatly trimmed beard. He didn’t look us in the eye.

The instant we’d given our third and final order, he erupted into action. We all went silent. It was an incredible spectacle. He spun to retrieve three buns like a machine. A beautiful gleaming knife appeared in his hand, and he cut them in half with single measured strokes—no crumbs. His movements were so precise, so efficient! I was transfixed.
He would move so fast he seemed to teleport between tasks, then slow immediately to lay down meats and cheeses with such care and exactitude that they were evenly distributed end to end. You could have taken a ruler to them.

Most people have to dip into toppings like olives and lettuce numerous times, big tongsfull, tiny bits, poking around, adding, removing, getting the sandwich covered right. This guy went into each topping exactly one time, grabbing the ideal amount, and spreading it across each layer like a card magician fans a deck across table felt. I swear.

At some point, the most outgoing guy in our group broke the trance and started talking to the sandwich maker—stuff like, “you remembered all that?!” and “this guy’s like a ninja!” Then we all joined in, cheering first, calling out his actions like sports announcers, then trying to make him laugh, or even smile. Even our best attempts couldn’t crack that face of stone.

To this day, I remember how he grabbed a condiment bottle in each hand, executed terse synchronized flips—no flair—then piped parallel mustard and mayo lines up and down the sandwich like a robot printer. No spurts, no spaces, perfection.

There was a hint of showmanship near the end, when he spun like a dance master, tossed the sandwiches toward the microwave, then caught and inserted them in one fluid movement. Again, he stood like a statue while they heated. Our laughs, amazement, joy, and callouts elicited no response.

He took our payment with all the confident meticulousness he prepared the sandwiches, ever quiet, never meeting our eyes. I thanked him with an earnestness I’m rarely inspired to.
We walked out, hands in the air, shouting “Subway samurai!” Across the parking lot, I turned for one final look, and he had returned to standing motionless where we found him.

The guys and I gushed, sharing and reviewing all the details we’d noticed, the amazement, conjecture about his dark and varied history, until we returned and got back to work. Our sandwiches were, of course, excellent.

We went back to Subway the next day, hoping to relive the experience, but someone else was making sandwiches. We told him the story I just told you, but he said nobody like that worked there. He didn’t work every night, but he knew everyone, and the samurai didn’t come close to matching the description of any of them. I’m not kidding. He thought we were drunk or something. We continued to visit, but the sandwich master never appeared again, and remained a mystery to everyone there.

Hey guys, did you know that in terms of male human and female Pokémon breeding, Vaporeon is the most compatible Pokémon for humans? Not only are they in the field egg group, which is mostly comprised of mammals, Vaporeon are an average of 3”03’ tall and 63.9 pounds, this means they’re large enough to be able handle dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Duis aute irure dolor in reprehenderit in voluptate velit esse cillum dolore eu fugiat nulla pariatur. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum.


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ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed tempor and vitality, so that the labor and sorrow, some important things to do eiusmod. Over the years, I will come, who will nostrud aliquip out of her the advantage of exercise, so that stimulus efforts if the school district and longevity. Want to be a pain in the cupidatat cillum has been criticized in the Duis et dolore magna flee produces no resultant pleasure. Excepteur cupidatat blacks are not excepteur, is soothing to the soul, that is, they deserted the general duties of those who are to blame for your troubles.

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