The real Community 'Starr', and a Very Merry Birthday too

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Posted by Hawkeye446 (3940 posts) - - Show Bio

Here on the Vine, there are many amazing individuals. We frequently see artists, comic enthuists, collectors, and all other possible variations that thrive off the the industry. However, it's not everyday that you meet and have conversations with someone so grand that they have created Comic Books themselves, working with famous creators like Alan Moore, Bob Burden and Brian Michael Bendis.

Roxanne Starr, originally born in Paris, France, immigrated to America as a wee lass. She grew up in New York City, before moving to Atlanta, Georgia. This is where her career as a letterer began. She has produced work for Caliber, Dark Horse, and Image, on such publications as Negative Burn, The Flaming Carrot, and Jinx respectively.

Roxanne herself.

As well as her career as a Letterer, Roxanne frquents many other styles of art and expressions of imagination, and has many unseen talents:

This is an ink drawing Roxanne drew for me of Miss Piggy. My jaw dropped.

And of course, Roxanne's extensive work with graphic design which helps her create her Pulps. Here is an obvious edit by Roxanne:

More of her digital art:

Roxanne has stayed adamant that she never wanted to win the community star award, despite all she has done on Comic Vine. Things like her 9.675 Wiki Points, 8,246 Forum posts, the creation and running of the Pulp Fiction Thread, here, which had over 500 pages of forum activity, as well as it's newfound succesor, here. She has also produced 15 reviews, here, and shared herself as well as her magnificent stories, ramblings and jokes with the users here. Regardless, her view was that it was a popularity contest, which only makes sense because Roxanne is one hell-of-a popular gal.

Here are some messages from some of Roxanne's associates here, to show you how loved and appreciated she really is:

turoksonofstone:

I'd like to say that Roxanne Starr has one of the warmest personas of anyone I have met on the Vine. Although we have never met in person I suspect if we did I'd find her to be just as charming and talented as we all imagine. The woman is an unsung hero here, the Vine is a richer tapestry thanks to her many constant and ongoing contributions. Also she has a dog who is quite viscous and thus I hold her in high regard at all times.

The Poet:

Through my few interactions with Roxanne Starr, I have to say she is a very nice, talented person. She has wonderful sense of humor (exhibited by most of her forum posts). I love looking in on the Pulp fiction games, because I know I will have many a laugh because of comments and covers made by her and the others. She is a very wonderful artist and a cool person.
I might add that she says, "I'm just a lowly human with no Super Life" on her profile page, but based on the responses given for this project and the number of people who know her and appreciate her, I must say that statement is untrue.

tonis:

I've learned more about the comic industry in the past year than I have my whole life since meeting Roxanne. She's a wonderful friend and a source of inspiration and ideas when you need them. She's honest and tells you like it is, which means the world to me in a friend. Truly, To know her is to love her. :)

DoomDoomDoom:

Although I've only had a few chances to chat with Roxanne Starr she was so nice and helpful that she stands out among the users here on CV. Also I love pursuing the pulp fiction threads that she has created.

Delphic:

CV never ceases to amaze me. Ever since my first appearance here I've met countless remarkable individuals, and something seems to draw them to this one place. Among the countless minds of CV one of the most intriguing persons I have been so lucky to cross paths with is none other than Roxy a.k.a. Roxanne Starr. Since I'm new to the "game" Roxy and mine paths cross in a somewhat sporadic manner, but ever since the first time I knew that Roxy was special. Roxy is a creative genius in ever sense of the word. In the Pulp Fiction Game Forums - which are her own creation - she takes the words and ideas of various users have for possible covers and breathes life into the ideas. When I saw what she has done with my own ideas I knew right away that I had met a mind unlike any other. The way she makes covers come to life is phenomenal.
All that creative genius is not the only thing that defines Roxy. She's a friendly individual and loves to cut up with others. Never seems to take anything too seriously, and in her case that is a good thing. You can't be upset around Roxy for very long, and if you're in a conversation with her, you better be on your toes, because she is fun and zany, so if you're not alert she will trip you up in a heartbeat. There is only so much I can write here about my wonderful neighboring state gal, but everything I have described to you is all part of the wonderful Cocktail that is Roxanne Starr.

Lykopis:

Oh my - what can I write about my sassy, southern friend?
First off, she welcomed me into CV with open arms, taught me early to never hold back on my opinions and since day one, refused to allow me to take life seriously. She calls it like it is - unapologetic - and holy heck, this woman not only has common sense, but also one of the most honest takes on life (and people) I have ever come across. When Roxanne Starr has something to say, take notice and learn. In fact, there is so much depth to be found in this amazing individual and one of the things I truly enjoy on CV is getting to interact with her. Add to that her contributions to the comic world? I am in awe.
This lovely lady encouraged me to participate in her Pulp Thread, refused to accept my initial shyness (if you look at my recent contributions, you can see that shyness has been obliterated) and always, ALWAYS stuns me with her talent and immense knowledge. She makes me smile, she makes me think, and she makes me grateful I was lucky enough to meet up with such a life-loving, talent-sharing, encouraging, warm and fiery person.
Merci, Roxanne! Je t'aime beaucoup, mon amie.

M.S. Feather:

One of my favorite online acquaintances and certainly one the most entertaining. She's lent her amazing talents to fellow Viner's comics and of course her own baby, the Pulp Fiction Thread, which has consistently remained one of the most unique and hilarious threads on any comic board. Frequent tales of bizarre customers and industry friends keeps me in stitches and I marvel at the amount of interesting life experiences she's had. I respect her and all she's accomplished and am thankful for all the kindness and support she's shown me.
Much love for my pal, Roxy. : )

Silkcuts:

Roxanne, Roxanne. I want to be you man. Well not really, but the sentiment is legit.
Roxanne Starr is just that. She is Roxanne and she is a "Star". Not a star in the way of over exposed personality, which is also known as a celebrity. Roxanne is a Star because of how she shines in the comic community. She shines from her peers being a female pioneer when we look at her contributions to comic lettering. She shines in comicvine as an entertainment staple, with her art related projects such as the "pulp game thread" and other fun threads she has created. She has shined in my life personally being the first real professional to give me confidence in my ability as a wordsmith. This confidence comes with a price and that price is friendship. I trust her to be honest with me, not just in my written word, but trust in her mentor status of life. She is wise and has given me great advice from how to approach Samsara (Life). She is honest when it is about me asking about the love of my life to how hard it is to really live as a creative person. I owe her so much more then this post, I own her genuine friendship. Roxanne Starr is one of my favorite people on comicvine because she is a real person. I've not met her in person, but I feel I know her in real person. I thank her for everything she has given me, from rare Alan Moore related things to those personal tips in life that help shift my current direction and overall course. I have nothing but good things to say about her, because I got nothing but love for her. On a lighter note, I named a character in a graphic novel I am writing after her. Also one of the greatest and daunting honors bestowed to me was the request to draft her official wikipedia page. My admiration for her scares me on what to write, because I want to personalize my love for that lady, when I really need to keep it professional. I guess my sentiment will rest here. Hopefully the next written thing for Roxanne that I create will be a Wiki fit for one of the brightest stars to shine in my lonely life as a writer.
May the Gods smile on her everyday of her life.
Cheers
- Kevin "Silkcuts" Gorospe

Jotham:

I like Roxanne. She is one of the few people I consider a friend yet have never met. Roxanne is a genuinely good person and she has an uncanny ability to remain cheerful in nearly any situation. She also has great ideas for forum games.

SC:

Every site should have a Roxanne Starr. I remember when I first started posting she was warm and welcoming, kind and friendly, to me a new person, and just made the site a more welcoming place to be, complete with much hilarity as provided by her Pulp thread. Also Snow Covers thread. Sites need posters that stand out from the rest, distinguished by their personality, who are smart, and opinionated, unapologetically real and refreshingly sincere and that's Roxanne to me. She's as cool as any comic book character, and her stories and banter consist of the best mix of warmth, humor, sass and cheekiness. Thank you for being so kind not just to me Roxanne, but to so many others as well. Thank you for being you.

Hawkeye446:

Roxanne, you are a staple for this webiste. Without you here, a massive, gaping hole would be left. Your bashful, exuberant nature cheers me up in my worst moments, when you're sad, I'm sad for you, when you're angry, I'm furious. I hope everything continues to go well, and can't wait until you join me here in Australia! :P ;)

Among other things, today is Roxanne's Birthday. Please join in with the rest of us to wish her a good day, year, and many more after them!

Hip-Hip, Hoorah!!

Roxanne's Wikipedia Page

Roxanne's Profile

Roxanne Starr is a Real Person!

Roxanne's Dog, Velcro:

#1 Posted by The Poet (8201 posts) - - Show Bio

Happy Birthday!

(Side note: I had to bite my fingers when you were talking about a "secret project", so I wouldn't tell you about this "secret project"... )

Moderator
#2 Posted by Silkcuts (5272 posts) - - Show Bio

Hope you enjoy your birthday Roxanne!!!! 
Cheers
 - Silk

#3 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@Hawkeye446:

I am flabbergasted!!!

I'll never accept one of IE's Community "Star" awards...but Community "Starr," I can live with. :D

How long did it take you to compose this????????????????

Shouldn't you be doing your homework? >:(

LOL!!!

@The Poet said:

Happy Birthday!

(Side note: I had to bite my fingers when you were talking about a "secret project", so I wouldn't tell you about this "secret project"... )

Thanks, Poet! But, the "SECRET" I was talking about is NOT a project...it's a secret...period.

And it's not something that would send shock-waves through a comic book fan site...but rather, shake up the format of all creativity in the future.

@Silkcuts:

I'm amazed that that Roxanne Shante person can even make a living writing songs that are so boring and mindless! I was just at the grocery store and heard a 4 year old having a conversation with his mother...

...and that 4 year old had a far better vocabulary than that nasty-looking Roxanne bimbo does! :b

#4 Posted by tonis (6202 posts) - - Show Bio

oooo , we finally got the surprise up!!!

Now this was not an easy secret to keep, I almost slipped a couple of times on this one :)

Happy B-day Roxy

#5 Posted by RazzaTazz (9353 posts) - - Show Bio
@Roxanne Starr: Happy birthday, and thanks for all you do for the community.  Our paths may not cross much these days, but you were one of my first followers on this site, and I have always liked your presence here since I have been here.
Moderator
#6 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@tonis said:

oooo , we finally got the surprise up!!!

Now this was not an easy secret to keep, I almost slipped a couple of times on this one :)

Happy B-day Roxy

@#$% YOU, Pokerface!!!!!!!!!!!

You said Hawkeye was busy doing homework!!! :b

#7 Posted by Soulstealer (825 posts) - - Show Bio

@Roxanne Starr:

#8 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@RazzaTazz:

Thanks, Razza!

I'm busy at the moment designing Hawkeye's Disney cover. I want to make it extra special!

I'm going to make it really authentic looking by taking my chances and using an actual Disney logo. I hope I don't get sued. :(=

#9 Posted by Fuchsia_Nightingale (10180 posts) - - Show Bio

Happy Birthday!

#10 Posted by inferiorego (20594 posts) - - Show Bio

Happy bday Roxanne!

@Hawkeye446: You totally owe me like $3.75 for stealing the CV Star award from me!

Staff
#11 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@Soulstealer:

#12 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@Fuchsia_Nightingale:

Thanks!

@inferiorego said:

Happy bday Roxanne!

@Hawkeye446: You totally owe me like $3.75 for stealing the CV Star award from me!

No...you owe HIM $3.75! The Community StaR Award sucks!!!

#13 Posted by inferiorego (20594 posts) - - Show Bio

@Roxanne Starr said:

@Fuchsia_Nightingale:

Thanks!

@inferiorego said:

Happy bday Roxanne!

@Hawkeye446: You totally owe me like $3.75 for stealing the CV Star award from me!

No...you owe HIM $3.75! The Community StaR Award sucks!!!

Man, you are mean.

Staff
#14 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@inferiorego said:

@Roxanne Starr said:

@Fuchsia_Nightingale:

Thanks!

@inferiorego said:

Happy bday Roxanne!

@Hawkeye446: You totally owe me like $3.75 for stealing the CV Star award from me!

No...you owe HIM $3.75! The Community StaR Award sucks!!!

Man, you are mean.

And YOU are stingy!!!

#15 Posted by Silkcuts (5272 posts) - - Show Bio
@Roxanne Starr: You are too funny.  I have no need to defend Roxanne Shante, I just had to post a hip hop song since you love rap so much.
 
Hope you liked the "real community Starr" project the handful of us worked on.
 
P.S.  Please say sorry to IE his Ego is Inferior so you might of hurt his feelings teasing his Community Starr articles. 
#16 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@Silkcuts said:

P.S. Please say sorry to IE his Ego is Inferior so you might of hurt his feelings teasing his Community Starr articles.

NO!!!

IE is making terroristic threats by demanding money from Hawkeye!

#17 Posted by Jotham (4564 posts) - - Show Bio

@Roxanne Starr: Happy Birthday, Rox.

#18 Posted by Silkcuts (5272 posts) - - Show Bio
@Roxanne Starr: Well I did my best to avoid conflict :P
Its your B-day I really shouldn't be telling you what to do.  Shame on me.....lol
#19 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@Jotham said:

@Roxanne Starr: Happy Birthday, Rox.

Thanks, Jotham! How's life treating you these days?

I'll be forever in your debt. Pulp Fiction never would have gotten rolling without you!

@Silkcuts said:

@Roxanne Starr: Well I did my best to avoid conflict :P Its your B-day I really shouldn't be telling you what to do. Shame on me.....lol

I know that "community" is just a generic term, but the first time I laid eyes on the Community Star contest, all that popped into my head was "Community Organizer in Chief"...and couldn't get the image of the worst President in US history out of my head. To this day, every time I see that thread, I see his smug face.

#20 Posted by M.S. Feather (1514 posts) - - Show Bio
@Roxanne Starr: Happy Birthday, Roxy!
I hope you had an awesome day. :D
#21 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@M.S. Feather:

AWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!

If Velcro had ever been a daddy, he might have had a puppy that looked just like that one. :D ...........

...but I had his nuts cut off long ago, because I got sick of him humping me all the time.

Unfortunately, it didn't solve the problem. :(

#22 Posted by Silkcuts (5272 posts) - - Show Bio
@Roxanne Starr: wow....
So change of tone with How was your birthday?
#23 Posted by Hawkeye446 (3940 posts) - - Show Bio

@Roxanne Starr: I'm glad you liked it! It's been in the works for a long time, but with your birthday all the timing meshed perfectly.

@inferiorego: Isn't coercing money over Comic Vine against the rules? ;P

#24 Posted by M.S. Feather (1514 posts) - - Show Bio
@Roxanne Starr: I bet Velcro's evil twin brother Teflon still has his marbles.
#25 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@Silkcuts said:

@Roxanne Starr: wow.... So change of tone with How was your birthday?

I tripped over my headphone wire, breaking the damned thing and landing square on my kneecap, trying to get within viewing distance of the television...so I could look at Nick Cage in some crummy old movie. >:(

But afterwards, Bob bought me dinner at the most expensive Chinese restaurant in town! :D

@Hawkeye446 said:

@Roxanne Starr: I'm glad you liked it! It's been in the works for a long time, but with your birthday all the timing meshed perfectly.

@inferiorego: Isn't coercing money over Comic Vine against the rules? ;P

Thanks, Darlin'! I knew you wanted me to win a popularity contest...but I had no idea how BADLY you wanted it! LOL!!!

Yeah, that IE is such a tightwad!

@M.S. Feather said:

@Roxanne Starr: I bet Velcro's evil twin brother Teflon still has his marbles.

Yeah! And Teflon keeps sending us Poison Pen letters demanding that we turn over the deed to the condo!

#26 Posted by Silkcuts (5272 posts) - - Show Bio
@Roxanne Starr: I hope you opened Bob's wallet large.
^_^
#27 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@Silkcuts said:

@Roxanne Starr: I hope you opened Bob's wallet large. ^_^

It was pretty pricey. I don't think I've ever seen prices that high in a Chinese restaurant anywhere.

Lots of fresh seafood. I wanted the conch...but they were out...so I settled for scallops.

The staff gave us some kind of firm strawberry/coconut pudding with a candle in it for dessert. It was in the shape of a face, with cloves for eyes and parsley for a beard...and they sang Happy Birthday to me in thick Chinese accents.

Our waiter's name was "John" and he couldn't write in English. Our tab was all in Chinese. :D

#28 Posted by Silkcuts (5272 posts) - - Show Bio
@Roxanne Starr: Love it!
Great story.
I bet his Chinese name was Long.  That means Dragon.
#29 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@Silkcuts said:

@Roxanne Starr: Love it! Great story. I bet his Chinese name was Long. That means Dragon.

I have no idea what his Chinese name was and his English wasn't very good, but he pronounced "John" perfectly! :D

#30 Posted by Silkcuts (5272 posts) - - Show Bio
@Roxanne Starr said:

@Silkcuts said:

@Roxanne Starr: Love it! Great story. I bet his Chinese name was Long. That means Dragon.

I have no idea what his Chinese name was and his English wasn't very good, but he pronounced "John" perfectly! :D

I wonder if they fake English poorly so they can use it as an excuse for bad service. 
#31 Posted by Hawkeye446 (3940 posts) - - Show Bio

@lykopis: :D Delightful!

@Roxanne Starr: Nice story.

Oh Yeah

I JUST SAW THE AVENGERSSSSSS AHAH! AWESOME.

#32 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@lykopis said:

Celebratory gatherings happened through the world but the Associated Press forwent reporting on them due to excessive redhead sacrificing in Roxanne's honour....

Made this for you by the way === lots of work:

(hands out pieces to everyone who has posted on this thread)

Je t'adore!

Thanks, Lyko! Yummy...That cake is delicious!!!

Someone once accused me of being a redhead because of the sepia tint of that Frog-Kissing photo. Well, at the time that photo was taken, I was NOT a redhead. However, I have gone red a few times in the past. But when I've gone red, I've gone really, really, really red!

@Silkcuts said:

I wonder if they fake English poorly so they can use it as an excuse for bad service.

Not in THIS restaurant! The service was excellent!!!

@Hawkeye446 said:

Oh Yeah

I JUST SAW THE AVENGERSSSSSS AHAH! AWESOME.

There was a disk jockey from one of the local radio stations at the comic book store yesterday, giving away free passes for an advanced screening. I still have a few left, but I can't go. The passes are for tomorrow and I gotta work at the time of the promotion.

#33 Posted by Silkcuts (5272 posts) - - Show Bio
@Roxanne Starr: Maybe it was to add "authentic" flavor?
#34 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@Silkcuts said:

@Roxanne Starr: Maybe it was to add "authentic" flavor?

You get what you pay for, Silk, you get what you pay for.

This place is the real deal.

This is where all the Chinese businessmen go for lunch...and there are A LOT of Chinese businessmen in Atlanta.

#35 Posted by Silkcuts (5272 posts) - - Show Bio
@Roxanne Starr said:

@Silkcuts said:

@Roxanne Starr: Maybe it was to add "authentic" flavor?

You get what you pay for, Silk, you get what you pay for.

This place is the real deal.

This is where all the Chinese businessmen go for lunch...and there are A LOT of Chinese businessmen in Atlanta.

I went to China for a Month once and the food in China was interesting.  I guess since I am Asian it didn't bother me too much, but I can imagine someone raised on North American food would lose weight in China.  I need to get the address of that place if I ever go to Atlanta. I love expensive eating places.
#36 Posted by Silkcuts (5272 posts) - - Show Bio
@Roxanne Starr said:

@M.S. Feather:

AWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!

If Velcro had ever been a daddy, he might have had a puppy that looked just like that one. :D ...........

...but I had his nuts cut off long ago, because I got sick of him humping me all the time.

Unfortunately, it didn't solve the problem. :(

Maybe he humps you because he loves you so much?
#37 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@Silkcuts said:

@Roxanne Starr said:

@Silkcuts said:

@Roxanne Starr: Maybe it was to add "authentic" flavor?

You get what you pay for, Silk, you get what you pay for.

This place is the real deal.

This is where all the Chinese businessmen go for lunch...and there are A LOT of Chinese businessmen in Atlanta.

I went to China for a Month once and the food in China was interesting. I guess since I am Asian it didn't bother me too much, but I can imagine someone raised on North American food would lose weight in China. I need to get the address of that place if I ever go to Atlanta. I love expensive eating places.

When Bob told me where he was taking me, I told him, "They better NOT serve dog meat there!"

@Silkcuts said:

Maybe he humps you because he loves you so much?

Yes, that's why he does it. He thinks he's my husband.

#38 Posted by Silkcuts (5272 posts) - - Show Bio
@Roxanne Starr: That is illegal in Atlanta I am assuming.  When I was in China there was a guide that made sure we avoided those places... not sure if I want to try Dog meat.  As it stands I'll say no...
 
Too bad Velcro doesn't realize you are not the marriage kind of lass. Did I say lass?  Wow please slap me.
#39 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@Silkcuts: Are you ENTIRELY Asian? Your actual name isn't Asian. Were you born in Asia or in Canada?

With the Mysterious Marriage ceremony in the Marvel Universe being whispered about by comic book fans, we joked about my marrying Velcro at the store today. That way, if I die first, Velcro will get all my stuff. And if Velcro dies first, I get all his leftover kibble. The problem is that it would be a sham marriage, because even though Velcro thinks he's my husband...I don't think I'm his wife. :b

#40 Posted by Silkcuts (5272 posts) - - Show Bio
@Roxanne Starr: If Filipino is Asian then yes
^_^
Both parents are Pinoy.
 
I was born and raised in Canada and my kids when I have them will be raised Canadian. 
 
You are too good for Velcro, he should know that...lol
Plus my money is on you getting the Kibble.
#41 Posted by Hawkeye446 (3940 posts) - - Show Bio

@Roxanne Starr: Aww, skip work? LOL.

#42 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@Silkcuts:

Your parents may be Filipino...but YOU are Canadian! Suck it up. Calling yourself Asian is like me calling myself German.

@Hawkeye446 said:

@Roxanne Starr: Aww, skip work? LOL.

What do you mean by that, Hawk?????????

#43 Posted by Silkcuts (5272 posts) - - Show Bio
@Roxanne Starr said:

@Silkcuts:

Your parents may be Filipino...but YOU are Canadian! Suck it up. Calling yourself Asian is like me calling myself German.


Oh I am Canadian alright.  Filipinos never believe me anyway...lol
I don't know Filipino.  P.S. German chicks are hot. I don't know why you would give up that hot title.
#44 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@Silkcuts said:

@Roxanne Starr said:

@Silkcuts:

Your parents may be Filipino...but YOU are Canadian! Suck it up. Calling yourself Asian is like me calling myself German.

Oh I am Canadian alright. Filipinos never believe me anyway...lol I don't know Filipino. P.S. German chicks are hot. I don't know why you would give up that hot title.

And I don't speak German so why would I call myself German?

I DO speak French though...because my mom downloaded me there, but I don't have a drop of French blood in me...that I know of. XD

#45 Posted by Silkcuts (5272 posts) - - Show Bio
@Roxanne Starr said:

@Silkcuts said:

@Roxanne Starr said:

@Silkcuts:

Your parents may be Filipino...but YOU are Canadian! Suck it up. Calling yourself Asian is like me calling myself German.

Oh I am Canadian alright. Filipinos never believe me anyway...lol I don't know Filipino. P.S. German chicks are hot. I don't know why you would give up that hot title.

And I don't speak German so why would I call myself German?

I DO speak French though...because my mom downloaded me there, but I don't have a drop of French blood in me...that I know of. XD

Is that a dirty job I did not get?
#46 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@Silkcuts:

What is a "dirty job?"

I was just joking that there may be a French person in my ancestry who I am unaware of.

#47 Posted by Silkcuts (5272 posts) - - Show Bio
@Roxanne Starr: I meant joke, I guess I have job searching on my mind... sorry for the confusion.
I meant was it a dirty joke?  But it was not.
#48 Posted by Roxanne Starr (9093 posts) - - Show Bio

@Silkcuts said:

@Roxanne Starr: I meant joke, I guess I have job searching on my mind... sorry for the confusion. I meant was it a dirty joke? But it was not.

It might have been a dirty joke on that poor unknown Frenchman from centuries past that I ended up being his last descendant. LOL!!!

#49 Posted by Silkcuts (5272 posts) - - Show Bio
@Roxanne Starr: Wow... I didn't see that coming. ...lol
#50 Posted by Hawkeye446 (3940 posts) - - Show Bio

@Roxanne Starr: I meant... Don't go to work and see the Avengers instead? :D

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