Fora and Fauna

Fora and Fauna


The place to be here at is the forums, where lively discussion and awesome awesomeness is going on every minute of every day.

The Maximum Fun Weightloss Challenge is a couple hundred posts deep, with folks sharing their healthy living tips, including great healthy food suggestions. After all, you want to be svelte when you slip into the Sartoriolitious thread, which irondavy started to address matters satorial.

The ladies only thread is a rip-roaring discussion of mascara, Bravo reality series, and other things the ladies want, need and prefer to keep to themselves. Perhaps as a counterbalance, Framedogg started an NFL 2008 thread, where guys can talk about tough guy stuff, like Gatorade and passer ratings.

Over in the Arts & Culture forum, The Bryan Park Project's passing did not go unnoted. As on every other corner of the internet, neither did the release of the Hollywood flickershow Bat Man: A Dark Night. For those who like their entertainment set to a tune, the Your Private Bands topic, which Aram Fignal kick-started, is rip-roaring along.

Oh, and we talk about the shows, too.

(Above: a bunny opens a letter)

Fora and Fauna


There's a lot of cool stuff going on right now on the MaxFunFora, so I thought I'd take the opportunity to introduce you to a bit of it in a periodic feature called FORA AND FAUNA!

Lots of MaxFunsters have already shown us what they've made. So far they include remarkably life-like Jello fruit (by emily), what appears to be a macrame Charles Darwin (by Yuhm) and an as-yet uncalibrated theramin (by irondavy).

I asked for advice regarding conventions. Might I be hatching a half-baked plan? Of course. I'm always hatching half-baked plans. At this point, it's fair to say that hatching half-baked plans is my profession.

These football fans are starting a MaxFun Fantasy Football league. These nerdiness fans are discussing the nerdiest moment of their lives.

If you're travelling to San Francisco or New York, you might want to check out the tips MaxFunsters are sharing.

Over in the Arts & Culture forum, the new Futurama movie is being discussed, as is Wall-E, Pixar's new animated sequel to Short Circuit. NealAppeal claims that a certain comic will take you from zero to crying in 22 panels.

Of course, you don't need an account to read the fora, but you should join in the fun!

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