Godelsensei Posted March 19, 2004 Share Posted March 19, 2004 [COLOR=Gray][FONT=Courier New]I'm not supposed to retell this tale, as it has caused two of my friends a great deal of embarrassment, but I think I will any way. After all, who doesn't need a good laugh every so often? No one I know. Anyway, let's start this little story off by brushing upon the individuals involved. Let's call them Millcent and Eduardo. Millicent's parents are strongly against pirating, well, anything. They all but forbid her from introducing 'foreign material' to her computer. That is: Millicent's not allowed to download anything, aside from small pictures. She's not allowed to view anything anime related either, but you know...she manages. Eduardo is a computer fiend. He is on the computer for the duration of all his free time. He is utterly, irrevocably, obsessed with Ragnarok (I think the second vowel is an 'a'. Sorry if I got it wrong..._ _U). So, seeing as Millicent and Eduardo are friends, Eduardo decides to ask her to play Ragnarok with him online. Millicent thinks, "This sounds like fun--after all, Ed's always going on about how great this game is! I can hide it from the parental units no sweat!" So, she goes and downloads it. So, everything is going fine with the downloading (which takes a while, incidentally). Millicent downloads the game, and Eduardo asks her to burn a copy of it onto a CD for him, as he doesn't have a burner. Fair enough. "I'd love to, but I don't have any blanks at home." "That's okay; I'll swipe one of my brothers at lunch, then give it to you during fourth." Once again: fair enough. So, as planned, Eduardo goes home, sneaks a CD from his brother's desk, and gives it to Millicent. The two go home content. Upon arriving home, Millicent knows there's a limited amount of time before her parents get home. She has to burn this thing right away. So, she pops the blank (*blank*) CD into her drive. Now, keep in mind: this is Eduardo's 17-year-old brother's CD. Incidentally, it isn't blank. So, Millicent discovers that this CD is basically 50megs worth of "pr0n". In horror, she lunges to press the eject button. Her finger comes in contact with it, is greeted by a slight click. She waits. Nothing happens. She presses the button again. Nothing. Waits some more. Still nothing. Then, her mom walks in the front door and calls, cheerfully, "Millicent! Are you home?" Her mom then proceeds to enter the room, have a fit, and ground her for two weeks. They then spent two hours trying to pry the CD drive open, until Millicent's sister, Amelie, presses the button. Then, of course, the drive pops open as happily as ever, the offending disc glimmering in the desklamp light. I don't know if Eduardo's brother ever found out, but I don't think he did. After all, Ed's still alive. But really, how do you make an excuse for having your friend's, brother's porn in your CD drive, STUCK, because you agreed to do something you were, under no circumstances, allowed to do? Any other worst-case scenarios? I'd love to hear them. Read them. Whatever.[/FONT][/COLOR] Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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