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"Shia LaBeouf" Live - Rob Cantor

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WILD SHIA LABEOUFS ARE NO LAUGHING MATTER!!

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There are people who unironically ship Madoka Kaname with Sonic the Hedgehog. This is the world we live in. This is the world our choices have created.

no offense but whats your damage????? like they;re in love

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You all doubted me.

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There are people who unironically ship Madoka Kaname with Sonic the Hedgehog. This is the world we live in. This is the world our choices have created.

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prokopetz:

prokopetz:

Western Canadian Literature: “The prairie is cold and empty, like my marriage.”

Eastern Canadian Literature: “The sea is cold and empty, like my marriage.”

Cultural differences.

A few folks have commented that the preceding post is overly reductive, and I have to admit that I was perhaps a bit glib. Here’s an attempt at a more accurate summary, then.

British Columbia Literature: "The mountains are cold and empty, like - holy shit, a bear!"

Alberta Literature: “The prairie is cold and empty, like my attempts to reconnect with my heritage.”

Saskatchewan Literature: “The prairie is cold and empty, like my marriage.”

Manitoba Literature: “The prairie is cold and empty, like my relationship with my father.”

Ontario Literature: “The hills are cold and empty, like my faith in humanity.”

Quebec Literature: “The River is cold and empty, like my faith in God.”

Newfoundland Literature: “The sea is cold and empty, like my marriage.”

Nova Scotia Literature: “The sea is cold and empty, like my relationship with my son.”

Nunavut Literature: “The tundra is cold and empty, like the legacy of white colonialism.”

I think that about covers it.

I just love that a bunch of reblogs have protested my omission of New Brunswick, but absolutely no-one has so much as remarked upon the absence of Prince Edward Island.

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prokopetz:

My dash is full of untagged robot dick again. It must be Monday.

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Jesus, dude, if you can’t aim, sit down. Are you really so fragile that you’d rather piss on your shoes than do something putatively feminine in the one place you can be most assured that nobody is watching anyway?

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It’s been an eventful week for Costume Fairy Adventures, folks. We would love to put that “written” number at 100%, but that would be a lie. We still have half-a-dozen critical paragraphs - not sections, mind you, but individual paragraphs - that have been identified as in need of reworking, so we’re focusing on getting those sorted out. Beyond that, the Plugins proofreading is in the bag, the appendices have begun to come back from editing, and we’ve had a first run at laying out the preface and introductory material.
Here’s where we’re at:
Core Rulebook
Written: 99.9% (so close!)Edited: 98%Laid Out: 94%Illustrated: 64%
Core Costume Deck
Written: 82%Laid Out: 70%Illustrated: 100%
For today’s sneak peek, we have another spread from the GM’s chapter. The illustration on this spread features one of the iconic player groups who appear in examples throughout the book; you’ve seen them in previous previews, but now you get to see them in action! (As always, click for high-res.)
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"Final Chowdown" by Louise Kay Uy

More from my other day job.

penguinkinggames:

It’s been an eventful week for Costume Fairy Adventures, folks. We would love to put that “written” number at 100%, but that would be a lie. We still have half-a-dozen critical paragraphs - not sections, mind you, but individual paragraphs - that have been identified as in need of reworking, so we’re focusing on getting those sorted out. Beyond that, the Plugins proofreading is in the bag, the appendices have begun to come back from editing, and we’ve had a first run at laying out the preface and introductory material.

Here’s where we’re at:

Core Rulebook

Written: 99.9% (so close!)
Edited: 98%
Laid Out: 94%
Illustrated: 64%

Core Costume Deck

Written: 82%
Laid Out: 70%
Illustrated: 100%

For today’s sneak peek, we have another spread from the GM’s chapter. The illustration on this spread features one of the iconic player groups who appear in examples throughout the book; you’ve seen them in previous previews, but now you get to see them in action! (As always, click for high-res.)

Illustration Credits

More from my other day job.

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No, the reason I don’t remember you isn’t because I think I’m too good for you. It’s because I suffered from chronic insomnia and was consequently severely sleep-deprived - occasionally to the point of waking hallucinations - for pretty much the entirety of high school. I have clear memories of attending a class where the teacher was a cat, and I’m reasonably sure that didn’t happen.

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prokopetz:

Western Canadian Literature: “The prairie is cold and empty, like my marriage.”

Eastern Canadian Literature: “The sea is cold and empty, like my marriage.”

Cultural differences.

A few folks have commented that the preceding post is overly reductive, and I have to admit that I was perhaps a bit glib. Here’s an attempt at a more accurate summary, then.

British Columbia Literature: "The mountains are cold and empty, like - holy shit, a bear!"

Alberta Literature: “The prairie is cold and empty, like my attempts to reconnect with my heritage.”

Saskatchewan Literature: “The prairie is cold and empty, like my marriage.”

Manitoba Literature: “The prairie is cold and empty, like my relationship with my father.”

Ontario Literature: “The hills are cold and empty, like my faith in humanity.”

Quebec Literature: “The River is cold and empty, like my faith in God.”

Newfoundland Literature: “The sea is cold and empty, like my marriage.”

Nova Scotia Literature: “The sea is cold and empty, like my relationship with my son.”

Nunavut Literature: “The tundra is cold and empty, like the legacy of white colonialism.”

I think that about covers it.