Discussion in 'Canada Discussion Boards' started by Star5248z, Dec 7, 2002.
*stuffs creativity back in its can, and welds the can shut so it can never get out again*
Oh, Tammy! Don't be sad . . .
Even when you're sad, you're kind of funny!
(this game isn't for you Christy, unless you ask the question. You have an answer sheet!)
Um, Loud Day?
Ah! Creativity! How did you get out of that can!!
*ties rock to creativity's feet, drills a hole into a frozen pond, and drops creativity in it...watches the hole freeze back over*
There! Now stay!
nope, try again! This is easy too.
LOL....I was being silly, Theresa. I knew the answer was Silent Night.
sure you did! (no,I saw the wink!)
LOL..well, then I hope you see this!
Oh, yeah? Take this!
EDIT: I CAN NEVER GET THESE FRIGGIN PICTURES TO WORK!!!!
Oooh, Tammy! That certainly is a fearsome [hl=white] X [/hl] !
Tammy, that worked if it was supposed to make me fall asleep!
AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! TAKE THE WRATH OF THE KITTEN!!!
THANK YOU, RAMBLES, FOR SHOWIN ME HOW!!!
grr, I can't make it work
waht is the next question?
Here's what I learned:
first write [image=http://
after the //, put in the shortcut for the picture (if you're usin google, like I did, it should give you the shortcut right under the picture)
close it with a ]
the part I was messin up on was this: when you copy/paste the shortcut, it will leave a space between the place where the line breaks. Just go down to the new line underneath and hit backspace. That should fix it.
for example: [image=http://picscanreallysucksometimes.
if that were a real shortcut, and I copy/pasted it, it would creat a space between the . and y on the second line. So I would put the cursor in front of the y and hit backspace. Then it would become
EDIT: OOPS! For once, I didn't want it to be a picture or a box! lol...ok, so do what I said, just take out the space between jpg and the closing bracket...lol
you can ask one. nice faces btw!
That one didn't work Tammy!
EDIT: I'm slow! That's not even a picture, just an example!
The Quadruped with the vermillion probiscis
Good Luck with this one!
Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer