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vgjunk:

King’s Field II (King’s Field III in Japan), PS1.

From Software puts the best flavour text in their games.

vgjunk:

King’s Field II (King’s Field III in Japan), PS1.

From Software puts the best flavour text in their games.

danemartin:

Horror of the Gag #347: “The Slow Disintegration of Two Night Cats”

The sentence in the second panel is the best sentence I have read in a long time.

danemartin:

Horror of the Gag #347: “The Slow Disintegration of Two Night Cats”

The sentence in the second panel is the best sentence I have read in a long time.

doggydayjob:

We’re moving tomorrow, so I’ll probably be offline for a few days. In the meantime, here’s Maulkin in a bunny costume.

They go so well with his harness.

doggydayjob:

We’re moving tomorrow, so I’ll probably be offline for a few days. In the meantime, here’s Maulkin in a bunny costume.

They go so well with his harness.

sleepy0wl:

im not going to leave this earth until ive created 1 Million Furry CHaracters

sleepy0wl:

im not going to leave this earth until ive created 1 Million Furry CHaracters

Too bad Toronto City Council isn’t very keen on this… The expressway that cuts through downtown is ugly as hell and just encourages more people to clog the already-saturated streets. Last time I walked down to the waterfront, I got sprayed with a jet of fetid water from above. Great stuff…

Also I note that the first comment in the article is saying exactly what I am. Well, we can dream!

planetaryfolklore:

nickkahler:

Hans Dieter SchaalPaths, Passages and Spaces, c. 1975 (via ryanpanos)

"Hans Dieter Schaal (1943) is a German architect, stage designer, landscape designer, writer and artist. Throughout his whole career he constantly crossed the borders among the different disciplines to produce a unique corpus of works. In his famous 1970′s black and white drawings, Schaal synthesized some of his researches on the continuous space, the relationship between natural settings and man-made structures, the path as a space for representation, always keeping an ironical eye. The repetition of a basic object, like a bed, a door, a curtain, a stairway, becomes the starting point for the construction of an imaginary field of possibilities."

yummytomatoes:

ok i messed up deleted it and failed reblogged it but for anon who wanted lion anthros 

yummytomatoes:

ok i messed up deleted it and failed reblogged it but for anon who wanted lion anthros 

lock-wolf:

How did I even become a furry

I remember the exact post on Something Awful mocking furries that made me realize that I was a furry.

rinnai-rai:

Trying to use more saturated colors, along with practicing new kinds of backgrounds. 
Anywho. My Anubis species, both forms

rinnai-rai:

Trying to use more saturated colors, along with practicing new kinds of backgrounds. 

Anywho. My Anubis species, both forms