Big Jon, I hear that Mr. Worf's less than a crack shot on tactical in a tight spot (look at all those T's). Has (capital T) The Beard ever been used in battle (two T's) when combat got tough (three more T's)?
Worf's aim wasn't always the best. As an expert in finding the target, I was often called upon in times of great threat to shoot whatever it was that Worf couldn't hit.
In combat, a man must be valiant, direct, puissant and in the end triumphant. My stance at the tactical station was always august and magnificent. Not only that but as the man who has mastered the order of "Fire!" I have found that I am also the best at carrying it out.
Not only that, but my beard can deflect phaser fire, torpedoes and disruptors.
Worf's beard was disjointed and showed him as not being a true manly man. His gruff nature was often deployed to compensate.
May your day be full of triumphant treats with lovely ladies, while assuming an august stance, drinking a cup of tea, and commanding your lady to FIRE!
Happy birthday Mr Frakes. May your stint in Rufus T be great.
No longer playing World of Warcraft. Goodbye fond memories
FUCK THE ALLIANCE
Like the Queen, I am too triumphant to have just one Birthday. The one in August is special to me and I celebrate it by standing in an august stance in the middle of the Collosseum in Rome. Several ladies are led into the arena for my sport.
This is the birthday which I spend celebrating with my manly friends in the way a sailor would sit around a table with his mates and sing a fine shanty.
Pirates had manly beards and I believe they were originally titled Pirat, however the E was added to discredit them.