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Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: January 15th 2014, 12:53am
by DIAMANTE
Nicely done HF - very entertaining read! Posts like this are what set WLs above all the rest.

D

Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: January 15th 2014, 11:16am
by Dr.Morningwood
Thanks HF for the thread and back story.

If I remember correctly, Chuckie 9 is also a member at geekland, and I remember a while back he had done some bashing of their beloved Invictas and was chided over there. So for him Sotto's are a step up?

Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: January 15th 2014, 11:38am
by Jamesbee
Epic story. I released a lot of pent up sexual tension by laughing at the crocs with a suit.

Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: January 16th 2014, 7:24am
by Horse Feathers
Jamesbee wrote:Epic story. I released a lot of pent up sexual tension by laughing at the crocs with a suit.



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Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: March 18th 2014, 12:36pm
by conjurer
Bump for this one, because the OP made me laugh hard.

Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: July 18th 2014, 9:09pm
by koimaster
ttt for 9 toes

Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: July 18th 2014, 9:32pm
by TemerityB
Wow, how did I miss this thread the first time around??!? The PH letter was so moving, I had my wife get out the latex. Nice job, as always.

Oh, and ol' Chuck easily ranks as one of the five biggest tools in watch forumdom. Or whatever that would be called.

Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: July 18th 2014, 11:35pm
by Bigjimzlll
Is he the douche bag I called a cunt and took his balls and 9 toes and quit?

Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: July 19th 2014, 6:30am
by Tzimisces
Bigjimzlll wrote:Is he the douche bag I called a cunt and took his balls and 9 toes and quit?

Yeah...in his welcome thread here. He deleted most of his posts when his head went through the drywall, though quoted posts saved many for later laughter. That was where he slammed the membership here for not having the wrists to pull off an Android. Im on my kindle so I cant link the page but it's well worth a look.

Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: July 19th 2014, 7:03am
by jb182
This post is a true classic, just like the Seinfeld, "Master of My Domain" episode.

Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: April 15th 2015, 9:44pm
by conjurer
A bump for this one, in loving memory of HF.

Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: April 15th 2015, 11:14pm
by koimaster
:lol:

Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: April 15th 2015, 11:36pm
by Luftwafflles
HF's sense of humor was amazing. Great to read the post again. Though this reminded me of just how much his wit will really be missed around here.

Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: April 16th 2015, 7:38am
by TemerityB
It's very hard not to miss HF greatly. Gents, I'm still not over this one; I had some scant private dealings with him, and he was just a cool guy. What more could you ask for.

Laughing through the pangs of loss.

Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: November 10th 2017, 6:23pm
by conjurer
A bump for an all time great HF post.

Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: November 10th 2017, 7:44pm
by Mark1
Gone but never forgotten. Raise a glass to the memory of HF. :fdfd:

Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: November 10th 2017, 8:27pm
by Mortuus
You know, I've often wondered if this story might actually be about the one and only Oat Bran King, everyone's favorite morbidly obese former medical eek!-whip-ment (payce-maykers, of all things) saylesman, a man who'll do nearly anything to get his lumpen phiz on camera, be it TV or a faux celeb photo wall at a TV Wartch GTG.

I mean, the metrics are certainly all there, right down to the fearless use of Purell™ hand sanitizer to slay his extra-chromosome laden seed, thus preventing it from finding its way into any human reproductive system and thus making an even freakier freak than his own self...

Think about it guys; the man in the story and the reality from somewhere in 'ol Virginny are out there, and they are nearly DNA-perfect reflections of each other; the hapless, couldn't-get-laid-in-a-dollar-a-bang-brothel-in-Calcutta Hospital Administrator, and the hapless, couldn't-get-laid-in-an-all-female-cadaver-morgue Payce Mayker Saylesman. Both hungry for something new and exciting outside of their respective marriages; both itching for adventure; both so repulsively fat and ridiculously silly of mind that even a RealDoll™ would turn them down... :-o

Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: November 10th 2017, 8:56pm
by conjurer
Mortuus wrote:You know, I've often wondered if this story might actually be about the one and only Oat Bran King, everyone's favorite morbidly obese former medical eek!-whip-ment (payce-maykers, of all things) saylesman, a man who'll do nearly anything to get his lumpen phiz on camera, be it TV or a faux celeb photo wall at a TV Wartch GTG.

I mean, the metrics are certainly all there, right down to the fearless use of Purell™ hand sanitizer to slay his extra-chromosome laden seed, thus preventing it from finding its way into any human reproductive system and thus making an even freakier freak than his own self...

Think about it guys; the man in the story and the reality from somewhere in 'ol Virginny are out there, and they are nearly DNA-perfect reflections of each other; the hapless, couldn't-get-laid-in-a-dollar-a-bang-brothel-in-Calcutta Hospital Administrator, and the hapless, couldn't-get-laid-in-an-all-female-cadaver-morgue Payce Mayker Saylesman. Both hungry for something new and exciting outside of their respective marriages; both itching for adventure; both so repulsively fat and ridiculously silly of mind that even a RealDoll™ would turn them down... :-o


Dang, Mort. I like it when you get riled up.

Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: November 10th 2017, 9:04pm
by biglove
conjurer wrote:
Mortuus wrote:You know, I've often wondered if this story might actually be about the one and only Oat Bran King, everyone's favorite morbidly obese former medical eek!-whip-ment (payce-maykers, of all things) saylesman, a man who'll do nearly anything to get his lumpen phiz on camera, be it TV or a faux celeb photo wall at a TV Wartch GTG.

I mean, the metrics are certainly all there, right down to the fearless use of Purell™ hand sanitizer to slay his extra-chromosome laden seed, thus preventing it from finding its way into any human reproductive system and thus making an even freakier freak than his own self...

Think about it guys; the man in the story and the reality from somewhere in 'ol Virginny are out there, and they are nearly DNA-perfect reflections of each other; the hapless, couldn't-get-laid-in-a-dollar-a-bang-brothel-in-Calcutta Hospital Administrator, and the hapless, couldn't-get-laid-in-an-all-female-cadaver-morgue Payce Mayker Saylesman. Both hungry for something new and exciting outside of their respective marriages; both itching for adventure; both so repulsively fat and ridiculously silly of mind that even a RealDoll™ would turn them down... :-o


Dang, Mort. I like it when you get riled up.


Me, too!

Re: A Watch Geeks Letter to Penthouse Forum

PostPosted: November 10th 2017, 11:22pm
by conjurer
Tzimisces wrote:
Bigjimzlll wrote:Is he the douche bag I called a cunt and took his balls and 9 toes and quit?

Yeah...in his welcome thread here. He deleted most of his posts when his head went through the drywall, though quoted posts saved many for later laughter. That was where he slammed the membership here for not having the wrists to pull off an Android. Im on my kindle so I cant link the page but it's well worth a look.


viewtopic.php?f=154&t=18938&hilit=MBA

The denoument of Charles Ninetoes is, alas, pretty much a closed book. This is what I know about what happened to him, on the off chance that anybody gives a shit.

When Watchgeeks blew the fuck up, like the villain's headquarters at the end of every James Bond film, the surviving Geeks came stumbling out of the wreckage, blinking in the sunlight; most of them shuffled off to some other pastime, to fuck up that hobby. A few stumbled into, say, a Tourneau and realized that there were other things in horology than TeeVee wartchs. But not Chuck; he staggered to the nearest Precision Time Kiosk, and discovered a brand even worser than Invicter, Scrottomayer. He then washed up at WIT, like a Robinson Crusoe in Crocs.

For some reason he was made an admin there. As they say, in the Land of the Blind, the one-eyed man is king; Ninetoes was one of those rare Geeks who could form a complete sentence--he had an MBA, after all--and so was revered by his illiterate, mouth-breathing brethren. Alas, Chuck had a Greek (Geek?) tragedy-style character flaw. He felt everyone was out to get him. And so he left WIT. Some say he retired to Florida, others that he took a job in Washington, DC as a *gulp* lobbyist--presumably for medical equipment manufacturers who want looser federal standards for exam tables for obese patients.

I find it interesting that Mort above compares Chuck with pacerguy; while there are some similarities, pacerguy is a photohog, who likes to show off his revolting visage to whomever is dumb enough to look upon it. Chuck, on the other hand, always had a strange avatar of himself, at least at BDWF. I can picture it to this day; I believe it was at a wedding, and Chuck was standing there, in the sunlight, wearing a Edwardian style tux, literally grimacing at the camera, like a Mafioso snapped by the fucking FBI, or a celeb caught by a paparrazi. He's looking like somebody just shanked him in the back, and he choose that picture for his avatar.

What has happened to Charles Ninetoes since is, like I said, a closed book. He lives on only in our memories.