Discussion in 'General Chatter' started by Fucker, Sep 30, 2016.
I googled it and it's from a book called MEG: Primal Waters. Apparently it's a series?
Found a Reddit thread about a larger version of that screenshot, MEG: Primal Waters. The Amazon reviews are astonishingly not full of people remarking on the nipples, so I can't confirm whether it's really the source.
I had three weeks to write tonight's dnd session. Ended the last regular play session on 9/3 with one player messaging me asking if the next plot hook could start to dig into her backstory and telling me some details as a jumping off point. We started playing tonight at 7 pm. I started writing tonight's session... around 4 pm.
They said it's one of the best sessions we've ever had.
This is awesome...
... but what kills me is that the Christmas version has the same faces:
There's so much about the sound one that doesn't communicate Christmas in any way, from color scheme to mouth shapes to song...
But the Halloween is a delight. I'm glad it exists, and even more glad not to live near it.
There are a whole set of the Halloween ones! The others I've watched are This Is Halloween and Thriller, but I think there are more.
Reasons Dr Seuss books were banned:
Tonight I saw a man in passing wearing a blue face mask and a hidden leaf headband tilted down over one eye. No other cosplay material on him anywhere. My man was cosplaying 10% of Kakashi, living his best life in quarantine.
This is so pure and I can't stop giggling at beethoven's
Tag urself im haydn
Spoiler: big picture, mildly inappropriate name
Somewhere between Haydn and Brahms for me.
Bach knew he could learn to draw either an ampersand or a treble clef, not both, and he made his choice.
I can't decide on one to tag myself as, but I love Schubert's - so round, so friend-shaped
Schumann's looks like a comma. Ravel's looks like it's flexing.
Spoiler: mildly NSFW nonsense
r/AskMen: Do you prefer sex with or without a condor? Why?
Ridiculous book I'm reviewing elsewhere, in which the heroine is kidnapped and handcuffed (it's a different book from the last one - this time they at least bothered with a token effort at preventing escape), brags to the reader at great length about how her brother taught her a trick for removing handcuffs, which she then proceeds to not use and conducts her daring escape with her hands still cuffed. What was the point then?
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