how to fall in love with swtor companions you can’t romance - an opera consisting of three acts written by me
Gah. I am playing a female bounty hunter, and Mako is so damn cute!
Channelate by Ryan Hudson [website | tumblr | twitter]
Since dwarves got the majority vote, I thought I’d kick things off with a lovely Wildhammer lady. :3
“Startin’ ta see de merit in dwarf ladies, yesss.”
Dwarven women, are beautiful lovers
Dwarven women, they understand
I’ve been around some, and I have discovered
That dwarven women know just how to please a man.
Everybody seems to love those human women
Buck eighteen on up to twenty-five
Well I love ‘em too, but I’m tellin’ you
Dwarves know to really love, and boy it sure is fine
So baby don’t you worry about growin’ whiskers
Those elven girls ain’t got nothin’ on you
Cause it takes some whiskey, to get ‘em frisky
And frisky dwarves may just be the ones to teach ‘em a thing or two.(Chorus)
You mean the generation that paid three times as much for college to enter a job market with triple the unemployment isn’t interested in purchasing the assets of the generation who just blew an enormous housing bubble and kept it from popping through quantitative easing and out-and-out federal support? Curious. — When comments are better than the article, Atlantic edition (“The Cheapest Generation: Why Millennials arent’ buying cars or houses, and what that means for the economy”)
(Source: bostonreview, via misfitkotld)
It is a part of mankind to play games. We played in the Stone Age. We played in Roman times. It’s an escape from the everyday grind. Every day we work hard and we make mistakes and we are punished for those mistakes. Games take us to another role where you can make mistakes and you don’t get punished for them. You can always start another game.
— Klaus Teuber
This is what I don’t get - Women are impure because males have touched them. Who’s the dirty one here? — Comment on Jezebel article “Female ‘Purity’ Is Bullshit” (via lorbeere)
(Source: lunarynth, via misfitkotld)
I woke up this morning to find many messages from readers telling me to check out the Gutters. Today’s comic, written by the always amazing Jill Pantozzi with art by Amy Mebberson, addresses an issue pretty near to my heart. And, of course, the comments have the usual cast of idiots.