Frogs fall out of my mouth when I talk. Toads, too.
It used to be a problem.
There was an incident when I was young and cross and fed up parental expectations. My sister, who is the Good One, has gold fall from…
i was taking pictures of the new puppy
when i look out the window to see the older dog just
*university voice* unfortunately… we have too much money… so we have to raise tuition so we can build a place to keep all the other money in… so sorry unavoidable
i don’t get the people who are so anti fandomstuck
like it’s literally an excuse to personify and then laugh at your fandom’s silliness
silly personifications are great
shrug??? going to keep thinking about poor megaman fandom’s internal conflicts
Megaman Fandom <> Protomen Fandom forever
You tell your MOIRAIL excitedly about the ACT III SONG that was released, and the NEW CASSETTE that came out, and the time DUE VENDETTA WAS PERFORMED BY CAT. You are so excited. Things are happening. The world is beautiful.
Your MOIRAIL nods their head, looking weary. You are concerned.
You ask them what new things they have to be excited about.
They push an IPHONE at you and turn away.
This is not a game.
You decide then and there that you will have VENGEANCE for the FIRST SON OF CAPCOM.
This… 1000 times this.
Gaming is about having fun and it gets better with the more people you share it with. Phenomenal advise.
What happens when game developers get an annoying email and create a trailer making fun of the guy who sent it.
WHAT KIND OF WIZARD FISH IS THIS
It’s a transparent cardinalfish (probably Apogon crassiceps) swallowing an ostracod. When threatened, this type of ostracod release a burst of biolumiscent chemicals to dazzle predators and/or attract their predator’s predators. The transparent cardinalfish is (for obvious reasons) particularly susceptible to this last bit, and so has evolved to spit out this type of ostracod whenever they detect the chemical. There’s a video at the post’s source!
so cool, thank you!
edit: here’s the link, since tumblr makes it hard to find source