Gaming Night: Out of Context Theatre By autographedcat On January 31, 2007 In Blog From last night’s AD&D session: “The journey of a thousand mohels begins with a single snip.” –me (Context is enormous and will very likely kill us all….) gaming Previous IM Improv Next Meme-archy in the UK 15 Comments Add Comment → shannachie And I thought I understood English… January 31, 2007 Reply filkerdave Wouldn’t help, it’s Yiddish 😉 January 31, 2007 Reply tigertoy The mohel (which rhymes with “oil”, so “mohels” sounds like “miles” said with a strong accent) is the guy who actually performs the circumcision at a bris. I assume you’re familiar with the famous saying “A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” January 31, 2007 Reply jodimuse Hee! 🙂 Wish I could have been there. 😉 (“Eeep!”) January 31, 2007 Reply Rob Wynne I do too! We really enjoyed having you sit in while you were down here. *hug* January 31, 2007 Reply filkerdave And now I’m thinking of Al Franken on SNL. “He only took tips.” January 31, 2007 Reply magid *groan* January 31, 2007 Reply madfilkentist Cut it out! January 31, 2007 Reply redaxe Context is enormous and will very likely kill us all And here’s me, always been told size doesn’t matter… 😛 January 31, 2007 Reply Rob Wynne When it gets a +12 size modifier on its grapple check, trust me, it matters quite a lot. January 31, 2007 Reply redaxe A mohel making a grapple check against someone with a +12 size modifier can only mean one thing: we know the kid’s name. . o O ( o/~ He’s a lumberjack and he’s okay, he’s got an ox and its name is Babe… o/~ 😉 January 31, 2007 Reply madfilkentist Don’t forget that Sir Francis Drake circumcised the world with a 100-foot clipper. January 31, 2007 Reply tigertoy *sporfle* I haven’t thought of The World According to Student Bloopers for years. January 31, 2007 hitchhiker nice 🙂 January 31, 2007 Reply tigertoy I’m really having trouble imaging the D&D game where that could be said in character and make sense… January 31, 2007 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.