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 No.1097881[Reply]

I don't really know why I'm so inspired to make this thread, but after listening to a pair of songs about eating things, I feel like maybe we could share stuff with each other?

I'll start with a classic!
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 No.1098305

I LOVE Wesley Willis! Rest in Peace you magnificent man!

also, weird al is the king of food based songs!


 No.1098107[Reply]

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Fluffy wings are fluffy.
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 No.1098155

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...i hope it is good c: you will let me know if it is good, right?

 No.1098157

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>>1098154
Just a single Netflix movie for now.
AFAIK at least.

 No.1098249

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>>1098157
>>1098154
I think there's a complete series planned.

But the current promos are just for the opening feature, a movie.


 No.1097971[Reply]

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Today is the Moon Festival, in East Asian cultures! it is one of the most important holidays c:

i hope you are well, and enjoying your moon cake!
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 No.1097978

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Enjoy the Moon Festival.

 No.1097994

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>>1097977
>>1097978
it was a little somber, this moon festival... it has been a tough year...

i hope next moon festival... times will be better.

 No.1098078

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I hope that those who celebrated had a great time! <3


 No.1098039[Reply]

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This is the plant of civilization.

Here, have free seeds and clones (already in potting soil), they need sunlight

Thийс из thе Плант оф Сийвилизацон. Хйр, хав а фрий марйwана плант. Ийт нйдз сунлийт то сурвйв. Wй wил ал лйв!
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 No.1098046

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 No.1098048

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NEWS from All Timespace Dimentions.

Неwз Фром Ал Тймспас дементйонз

This is the new Flag of Saudi Arabia for 30-30

Thийс эз thе Саудй Арабйан флаг оф thертй-тheртй

 No.1098068

Rule 2, Please do not post content which is of a trollishly poor quality typical of “sh*tposting”


 No.1097778[Reply]

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Coconut doggy!
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 No.1097986

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>>1097970
So basically "Mr. Capybara"?
The Japanese aren't really that creative with names.

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>>1097986
>>1097986
capybarasan is so cute  c:

 No.1097991

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>>1097987
Kawaii!


 No.1097740[Reply]

There's a lot out there in terms of bits of pieces of popular films and even more popular televisions shows getting reposted and talked about. Why not share some cool material here? Genres don't matter.

I'll start with a fantastic opening scene from a hit production:

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 No.1097848

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When Tanya the Evil said "This is a Meritocracy!"

 No.1097901

>>1097831
Oh it's certainly dated. Being a low budget film from 1987 will do that. But this whole movie is basically a tour de force for Terry O'Quinn. It pretty much owes its fame and getting sequels at all to him.

 No.1097990

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>>1097901
I should probably give the first movie a try, then!


 No.1097968[Reply]

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I want to start doing Wednesday night streams. I know tonight is Tuesday but I gotta get started. I haven't decided on a regular time yet.

Tonight I'm starting the crown for an alexandrite heart for my wife. I finished the crown a while back and didn't have time to finish it. well tonight's the night. come watch. it helps me focus
https://www.twitch.tv/bleedingraindrops
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 No.1097979

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the locking pin for the spindle is missing. I have to find it or I can't facet. stream down until further notice

 No.1097982

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>>1097979
I'm sure you'll find it eventually.

 No.1097989

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>>1097982
well for now, I've shot some hot glue into the slot for it. the glue will fill the threads and solidify, then I can just twist it out. I'll bring the glue slug to the hardware store tomorrow and get a new locking bolt. NBD.


 No.1097707[Reply]

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Can I interest you in a sky-friend in these trying times?
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>>1097758
>This Mango season has been quite poor, i am afraid.
What about the animu season?

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>>1097788

Es muy bueno.

Personalmente prefiero el jugo de guayaba cuando no está cocinada.

>>1097851

I have not watched in a while, thesis!

 No.1097984

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Have a related reaction image:

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 No.1097741[Reply]

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Have y'all listened to Lil Nas X's debut album MONTERO yet?

I usually don't listen to a lot of pop or rap music but I have been meaning to get back into some of the better stuff.

And I really gotta say, MONTERO is one of those better things. I almost never listen to full albums, but EVERY single song is a banger, not a single one worth skipping in the album.

Also, gotta say, the whole MPreg promotion thing he did for the album is one of the funniest and best album promotional stunts I've ever seen and I followed Lady Gaga in the earl 2010s.

My favorite songs, if I really had to choose, would be INDUSTRY BABY and THATS WHAT I WANT.

Anyways, it's a really good album and if you haven't listened to it yet, I highly recommend it.
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 No.1097846

Yes! I have listened to Who's world is This by Naz

 No.1097847

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>>1097845
Okay c: i love you goodnight!

 No.1097942

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>>1097834
>oh oh oh, jade, i am looking for, groovy psychedelic music! that is okay and not too scary
>>1097835


I listen to psychedelic music


 No.1096931[Reply]

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It's halfway September now.
The sun is going down at 8, the evening sky is still warm enough to be outside in a shirt, but no longer do you get sweaty.
The leaves on the trees are just about to start changing their colors.
School has started and we can look forward towards the next spooky month.

But here we'll look back just a little bit.
What were the things that defined your (Ponyville) summer?
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>>1097906
Well I call it a class, but I really do it more like a workshop.

The kids are free to draw whatever they want, and I let them borrow some simle screen-less tablets. For the first few sessions I just let them do whatever, get them acquainted with the program and the feeling of using a tablet as such.

From there, I'll start adding. I take a look at how they draw an start introducing basic techniques, like shapes, stick figure construction, etc. And usually when they bring a sketch or finish something I'll start pointing out areas to improve (I try to avoid saying "this is wrong" more "this can be better", and I try to ask "what do you think we can do better here" first rather than outright saying where I see a flaw).

And as we go on, I'll say things like "Sure, you can draw that character again, but they have to be doing something / making a certain face / you have to start using more layers and folders", etc.

So really, I don't get involved in what they draw at all. if they say they don't know, I'll encourage them to pick a character from something they like and we'll study that character's basic shapes and recognizable traits together so they can learn to draw them from scratch.

>>1097907
>Would still like to actually learn singing but has no discipline / knowledge of what to even work on or how to do it to learn alone alone, but also nowhere to go to actually be taught
Boooo.

 No.1097920

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>>1097910
I regret Denmark is not an easy place to reach for me then.


It's hard to get her to focus on this stuff.

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>>1097920
I just try my best to encourage rather than be all rigid, and just... add stuff instead of deciding for them.

I feel you can learn just as much from just wanting to draw the stuff you're already doing WELL and make it more interesting. Might as well keep it fun.


 No.1097288[Reply]

Just about a week away.
(though I hope it won't be North America Netflix only)

Are your ponies ready?
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 No.1097799

Villain stuff, I suppose?
Spoilers, perhaps, though the release is not yet there.

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>>1097774
But does she spit nearly as much fire as pinkie though

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>>1097814
Wont be as educational on wonderbolts history
no cap


 No.1097890[Reply]

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just here to remind you that there is something you may have needed to do today

so i figured id remind you

 No.1097891

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Oh, I need to call H&R Block about a nastygram that I got in the mail from the IRS, I think?

 No.1097928

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That won't be necessary.


 No.1097218[Reply]

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DO dinosaur anthros and other scalie types look more attractive with more feathers? What about more spots? What about longer tails? Or does none of that matter much?

Are scalies as sensually nice looking as your more standard furries? Or are they even more attractive due to being more exotic? How can you really judge?

In general, uhhh... anthro appreciation thread?
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 No.1097610

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Have a beautiful tigress being all teasing:

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 No.1097780

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>>1097547
Technically "scalie", but it's all effectively under the same umbrella.

 No.1097782

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Pandas, maybe? Yes, Pandas! <3


 No.1085681[Reply]

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So, this week we had our next bout of warmer, sunny weather. And for some reasons a list of spiders instantly sought to seek shelter in my home. Or at least dwell about.

Monday, a rather startling jumpy black spider on my curtains. wanted to catch it but it dropped/ jumped down behind the radiator. I think I got it Tuesday morning on my door.
$tuesday: one larger spider of an undetermined species scuttling across my floor. Also one smaller spider caught on the wall.

Wednesday, a similar spider to the larger one fleeing out of the wooden plank that I use to lock my door.

Friday: found a solid black/brown spider chilling in a plastic container left on my bathroom floor.

So, as an interesting, I found an app that I can use to take a picture of spiders/bugs and have it analyze and identify the bug and allowing me to submit the observation.
Which makes it a lot more interesting to catch and photograph the spider and learn more about all kinds of spiders I find indoors.

Friday's bathroom spider was identified as Scotophaeus Blackwalli (mouse spider).

Today tried to identify a smaller spider I saw scuttling accross my windows and identify it as a Philodromus dispar. (black back running spider)
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 No.1096845

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>>1096814
Cute!

I don't have a problem with big spiders like tarantulas and stuff, but they're pretty boring pets that are kinda easy to kill

 No.1097317

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Giant house spider

saw it rushing across the floor while I was watching cartoons

caught it in a plastic jar, but that thing is HUGE (2,5 inches legspan easily)

 No.1097776

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Finally caught another glimpse of the waspspider (argiope bruennichi) casually chilling on a wall along my walking path.

They're not necessarily rare, but most notable yet I only have seen like 2 of these now in my memory.
I do remember them scaring me most back when I was a kid and someone gave a presentation on spiders.

They're kind of pretty, actually. but also intimidatingly large compared to most spiders.


 No.1094468[Reply]

aaAAAHH!
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Is Monday the worst day in the week?

 No.1097746

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