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Greetings Tay, and an extra welcome to my first held Open forum. Yes, from this Tuesday, and all the Tuesdays for an undetermined amount of time, I will be your shy host of group ramblings.

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By the time this is published I will be sitting at a meeting at work to discuss the incoming Christmas party. Or rather, waiting it out so I can join you guys and gals. Not much to have meeting about really, because everything is planned and set. But I guess they just want to answer any last questions and such about the day. As long as I get my free meal and skip work for a day, I can bear it!

Which brings me to this mornings subjects. What is the weird thing you like, that you rarely get to talk about? When I chose that Skeletor image from the blog “Heal Yourself, Skeletor”, it occurred to me that I might have odd sense of humor these days. I don’t really watch comedy movies or TV series. Instead a lot of the laughs I get from odd youtube clips, or channels like “Everything is terrible”. A group that uploads footage from old VHS tapes, often terrible religious promotional videos or odd TV shows and ads. They also have the noble goal to build a temple in the desert out Jerry Maguire VHS tapes.

If you wanna check them out, do so at your own risk. A lot of it is just weird and awkward. But I can’t help going back there now and then. Because when they get something right is pure comedy gold.

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So what oddity would you like to talk about? Or if you don’t wanna share that, how about parties at work/school? Love or hate them? I used to hate them but I’m trying not to. Or talk about anything! I hear that some of you like video games and such. Haha, what’s up with that anyway?