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#601 2016-08-12 10:22:36

Peter
Pilgrim
From: Austria
Registered: 2001-08-23
Posts: 39631
Website

Re: QM-Under the Sea

Magpie wrote:

Cyan had shoes. I had bamboo sticks.

If I remember correctly, Cyan decided to be satisfied with Eolair instead.

I certainly wouldn't want to mess with either of you...
*hides in fear*


"hitting the snooze button is totally an act of worship and not laziness"  -Magpie, slightly out of context

 

#602 2016-08-12 10:45:18

ylvs
Mantis
From: Art Central
Registered: 2001-06-19
Posts: 13416

Re: QM-Under the Sea

Peter wrote:

Magpie wrote:

Cyan had shoes. I had bamboo sticks.

If I remember correctly, Cyan decided to be satisfied with Eolair instead.

I certainly wouldn't want to mess with either of you...
*hides in fear*

EOLAIR IS MINE EVER SINCE 1992!

 

#603 2016-08-12 10:45:34

ylvs
Mantis
From: Art Central
Registered: 2001-06-19
Posts: 13416

Re: QM-Under the Sea

And we need a new Mint.

 

#604 2016-08-12 10:47:17

Magpie
Mantis
From: miraculously thistle-free town
Registered: 2006-03-27
Posts: 32895
Website

Re: QM-Under the Sea

ylvs wrote:

Peter wrote:

Magpie wrote:

Cyan had shoes. I had bamboo sticks.

If I remember correctly, Cyan decided to be satisfied with Eolair instead.

I certainly wouldn't want to mess with either of you...
*hides in fear*

EOLAIR IS MINE EVER SINCE 1992!

Maybe I'm remembering it wrong.
And if I'm not, well, you know who to fight about it.

*gets the popcorn*


Basically, I'm Prince Josua in jeans and sneakers, or a different flavor of Renie Sulaweyo.
- Tad

Master of Gardening, Mistress of Kingdom Plantae, Defender of the Seedlings, Guardian of Root and Bough
Scrollbearer and offerer of some very useful opinions

 

#605 2016-08-12 10:48:39

Kia
Pilgrim
From: Germany
Registered: 2014-06-08
Posts: 1124
Website

Re: QM-Under the Sea

Peter wrote:

Jiriki has a lot of the same characteristics, being unwilling to watch as his people fade into oblivion. I sure hope he keeps his sanity though, or we'll all be murdered by JirikisLoveSlave.

If something should happen to our most favorite elven prince, I guess we will need to found a support group for grieving fangirls :-)

 

#606 2016-08-12 10:54:52

ylvs
Mantis
From: Art Central
Registered: 2001-06-19
Posts: 13416

Re: QM-Under the Sea

*sets a huge pile of magnesium afire*

Everybody RUUUUUUUNNNNNNNN!!!!!

 

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