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December 17, 2006

Idiopathic Gluteal Hyperhydrosis

When we play D&D we will often round-robin at other player's homes, and this time it was at Jon's in one of those old DC apartment buildings with beautiful architecture but inefficient steam heat. As in, when the heat is on you bake throughout the entire winter. Anyhow, it was hot in his apartment and I was starting to get Swamp Ass. One of our players is an MD, so we asked him what the official medic's terminology might be, and he said it was Idiopathic Gluteal Hyperhydrosis. So there you have it.

It was an insane weekend where everyone was rushing around going to six gazillion holiday parties, myself included. Blowoff was very fun, and I apparently became 'The Arbiter of Shirtlessness', trying to get everyone in a 10' radius of myself to be shirtless at any given time. I was successful and had minions assisting me throughout the evning. Perhaps I'm an 8th level cleric with access to the spell Shirtless, 10' Radius or something. Will save DC 20 or be forced to remove shirt.

All this spellcasting has me very tired but I have homework and a paper to complete before tomorrow evening. Joy.

Quote of the evening at Blowoff, I don't remember from whom: "Jimbo: your breath is always minty fucking fresh."

Posted by jimbo at December 17, 2006 8:58 PM

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Jimbo.... that would be my friend Darrell the Blogless

Posted by: wufpup [TypeKey Profile Page] at December 17, 2006 10:23 PM

What the hell is swamp ass?

Posted by: Joe at December 18, 2006 10:33 AM

So the mint suppositories I told you about are working!

Posted by: homer at December 18, 2006 12:25 PM

A great quote, indeed.

Posted by: kameron at December 18, 2006 2:56 PM

Idiopathic Gluteal Hyperhydrosis turns me on.

Posted by: Mikeprov1 at December 19, 2006 1:28 AM

Do you guys play Third Edition AD&D or one of those horrible revisions that have been released in recent years that totally ruined the whole thing?

Remember the original "Deities and Demigods" book?

That was cool.

Posted by: Aaron at December 19, 2006 10:56 AM

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