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Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 6:44 pm UTC
by Helper
peewee_RotA wrote:
Kieryn wrote:
Mr Moriaty wrote:
kryton wrote:
peewee_RotA wrote:
Mr Moriaty wrote:I'm on it. The last bolder trap may have failed to kill that Professor Jones guy but I have refined it with big spikes, Holy uranium and even more dramatic music.


But doesn't Plutonium catching fire in warm open air? That aught to be a much more impressive boulder trap.


Nah, Sodium (Na) does that.


A Francium Boulder with a pit of water at the end... now thats an idea.


Fracium would unfortunately not last long enough in bulk and plutonium would be a challenge obtaining.


I thought we produce so much in waste we have trouble getting rid of it!

Dear US Dept. of Energy. Do I have an idea for you!


"US,
pls send plootunium.
Thnx."

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 6:45 pm UTC
by AionArap
AionArap wrote:
kryton wrote:
AionArap wrote:
higgs-boson wrote:
AionArap wrote:It also explodes in water. (Disclaimer: I have no firsthand experience with this, none whatsoever. I wouldn't lie about something like this... *Looks around with shifty eyes*)

I, too, dement every firsthand experience with Sodium. I've never seen it dance on a water surface, never seen the oxyhydrogen explosion tear the molten sodium ball into flying pieces.

*does not blink even once*

(actually it's a popular experiment in chemistry lessons in western Europe. I guess most people here have seen "Na dancing" at least once).


Never, I've also never dropped a piece into a bottle of coke. You can't prove I did, because there was nothing left of the bottle.


Gotta Love MythBusters


They did that too?


I just had to look that one up. Seems I beat them to this experiment by more than 2 decades, and it was definitely more than a gram.
Also, as previously mentioned, the liquid in question was coke instead of water and the bottle was placed in snow, both of which may or may not have contributed to the effect. Could not find any remnants of the bottle afterwards though (kinda hard to tell with all the snow of course, and the increasing number of curious eyes turning in my direction outside the school entrance). Then again, a coke bottle probably has way less structural integrity than a concrete wall.

EDIT: Wait... What I meant to say was: IT WASN'T ME!!!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 6:47 pm UTC
by kryton
AionArap wrote:
AionArap wrote:
kryton wrote:
AionArap wrote:
higgs-boson wrote:
AionArap wrote:It also explodes in water. (Disclaimer: I have no firsthand experience with this, none whatsoever. I wouldn't lie about something like this... *Looks around with shifty eyes*)

I, too, dement every firsthand experience with Sodium. I've never seen it dance on a water surface, never seen the oxyhydrogen explosion tear the molten sodium ball into flying pieces.

*does not blink even once*

(actually it's a popular experiment in chemistry lessons in western Europe. I guess most people here have seen "Na dancing" at least once).


Never, I've also never dropped a piece into a bottle of coke. You can't prove I did, because there was nothing left of the bottle.


Gotta Love MythBusters


They did that too?


I just had to look that one up. Seems I beat them to this experiment by more than 2 decades, and it was definitely more than a gram.
Also, as previously mentioned, the liquid in question was coke instead of water and the bottle was placed in snow, both of which may or may not have contributed to the effect. Could not find any remnants of the bottle afterwards though (kinda hard to tell with all the snow of course, and the increasing number of curious eyes turning in my direction outside the school entrance). Then again, a coke bottle probably has way less structural integrity than a concrete wall.

EDIT Wait... What I meant to say was: IT WASN'T ME!!!


Plastic or Glass Coke Bottle?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 6:48 pm UTC
by JCPenney
kryton wrote:Fighting an irresistable urge to connesour...ergh...graagh...

I find the emotional upliftmentation of frame 35 to be the most penultimate, the point at which the first completion and fulfillment of expectations are rendered in such clear detail, the body language and facial expressions so perfect in rapture of achievement, far superior to frame 34 where although the completion of the structure is accomplished, per say, but the body language, the postures lack the framing of satisfaction which is so evermoer present in the 35.
coupled with its rich floral and tobacco undertones, a brief peppery finish, it can only be superceeded by the ultimate conclusive and final end of time frame.

I find that the subtle dark chocolate and cherry notes, as well as the nuances of toast present in frame 37, paired with the striking visual symmetry provide a much more emotionally satisfying impression of repose after a job well done, whereas in the 35 I feel that the downcast pitch of her head evokes a certain sadness; perhaps coming as a result of the completion of her project.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 6:49 pm UTC
by AionArap
kryton wrote:
AionArap wrote:
AionArap wrote:
kryton wrote:
AionArap wrote:
higgs-boson wrote:
AionArap wrote:It also explodes in water. (Disclaimer: I have no firsthand experience with this, none whatsoever. I wouldn't lie about something like this... *Looks around with shifty eyes*)

I, too, dement every firsthand experience with Sodium. I've never seen it dance on a water surface, never seen the oxyhydrogen explosion tear the molten sodium ball into flying pieces.

*does not blink even once*

(actually it's a popular experiment in chemistry lessons in western Europe. I guess most people here have seen "Na dancing" at least once).


Never, I've also never dropped a piece into a bottle of coke. You can't prove I did, because there was nothing left of the bottle.


Gotta Love MythBusters


They did that too?


I just had to look that one up. Seems I beat them to this experiment by more than 2 decades, and it was definitely more than a gram.
Also, as previously mentioned, the liquid in question was coke instead of water and the bottle was placed in snow, both of which may or may not have contributed to the effect. Could not find any remnants of the bottle afterwards though (kinda hard to tell with all the snow of course, and the increasing number of curious eyes turning in my direction outside the school entrance). Then again, a coke bottle probably has way less structural integrity than a concrete wall.

EDIT Wait... What I meant to say was: IT WASN'T ME!!!


Plastic or Glass Coke Bottle?


2 decades ago? What do you think?

EDIT: Over 2 and a half decades by now actually.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 6:58 pm UTC
by wurlitzer153
kryton wrote:Here It comes! Newpix!

Anybody want to post it?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 6:59 pm UTC
by AionArap
wurlitzer153 wrote:
kryton wrote:Here It comes! Newpix!

Anybody want to post it?


Wait for it.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 6:59 pm UTC
by SBN
JCPenney wrote:
kryton wrote:Fighting an irresistable urge to connesour...ergh...graagh...

I find the emotional upliftmentation of frame 35 to be the most penultimate, the point at which the first completion and fulfillment of expectations are rendered in such clear detail, the body language and facial expressions so perfect in rapture of achievement, far superior to frame 34 where although the completion of the structure is accomplished, per say, but the body language, the postures lack the framing of satisfaction which is so evermoer present in the 35.
coupled with its rich floral and tobacco undertones, a brief peppery finish, it can only be superceeded by the ultimate conclusive and final end of time frame.

I find that the subtle dark chocolate and cherry notes, as well as the nuances of toast present in frame 37, paired with the striking visual symmetry provide a much more emotionally satisfying impression of repose after a job well done, whereas in the 35 I feel that the downcast pitch of her head evokes a certain sadness; perhaps coming as a result of the completion of her project.


I find that the collaboration in frame 42, along with how the incomplete construction emphasizes our waiting makes it one of the best frames. And it is 42, so how could other frames even compete.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:00 pm UTC
by kryton
AionArap wrote:
kryton wrote:
AionArap wrote:
AionArap wrote:
kryton wrote:
AionArap wrote:
higgs-boson wrote:
AionArap wrote:It also explodes in water. (Disclaimer: I have no firsthand experience with this, none whatsoever. I wouldn't lie about something like this... *Looks around with shifty eyes*)

I, too, dement every firsthand experience with Sodium. I've never seen it dance on a water surface, never seen the oxyhydrogen explosion tear the molten sodium ball into flying pieces.

*does not blink even once*

(actually it's a popular experiment in chemistry lessons in western Europe. I guess most people here have seen "Na dancing" at least once).


Never, I've also never dropped a piece into a bottle of coke. You can't prove I did, because there was nothing left of the bottle.


Gotta Love MythBusters


They did that too?


I just had to look that one up. Seems I beat them to this experiment by more than 2 decades, and it was definitely more than a gram.
Also, as previously mentioned, the liquid in question was coke instead of water and the bottle was placed in snow, both of which may or may not have contributed to the effect. Could not find any remnants of the bottle afterwards though (kinda hard to tell with all the snow of course, and the increasing number of curious eyes turning in my direction outside the school entrance). Then again, a coke bottle probably has way less structural integrity than a concrete wall.

EDIT Wait... What I meant to say was: IT WASN'T ME!!!


Plastic or Glass Coke Bottle?


2 decades ago? What do you think?

EDIT: Over 2 and a half decades by now actually.


Well, since Coke introduced Plastic bottles almost 4 decades ago, and still distributes the smaller ones in glass today, it could be either.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:00 pm UTC
by AionArap
Image

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:02 pm UTC
by AionArap
kryton wrote:
AionArap wrote:
kryton wrote:
AionArap wrote:
AionArap wrote:
kryton wrote:
AionArap wrote:
higgs-boson wrote:
AionArap wrote:It also explodes in water. (Disclaimer: I have no firsthand experience with this, none whatsoever. I wouldn't lie about something like this... *Looks around with shifty eyes*)

I, too, dement every firsthand experience with Sodium. I've never seen it dance on a water surface, never seen the oxyhydrogen explosion tear the molten sodium ball into flying pieces.

*does not blink even once*

(actually it's a popular experiment in chemistry lessons in western Europe. I guess most people here have seen "Na dancing" at least once).


Never, I've also never dropped a piece into a bottle of coke. You can't prove I did, because there was nothing left of the bottle.


Gotta Love MythBusters


They did that too?


I just had to look that one up. Seems I beat them to this experiment by more than 2 decades, and it was definitely more than a gram.
Also, as previously mentioned, the liquid in question was coke instead of water and the bottle was placed in snow, both of which may or may not have contributed to the effect. Could not find any remnants of the bottle afterwards though (kinda hard to tell with all the snow of course, and the increasing number of curious eyes turning in my direction outside the school entrance). Then again, a coke bottle probably has way less structural integrity than a concrete wall.

EDIT Wait... What I meant to say was: IT WASN'T ME!!!


Plastic or Glass Coke Bottle?


2 decades ago? What do you think?

EDIT: Over 2 and a half decades by now actually.


Well, since Coke introduced Plastic bottles almost 4 decades ago, and still distributes the smaller ones in glass today, it could be either.


Well, didn't know that. We didn't get the plastic ones here in Norway until the late 80'ies iirc, this was sometime mid 80'ies.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:04 pm UTC
by Qalyar
Dracomax wrote:
Qalyar wrote:
Eshru wrote:
MyBrainHurts wrote:OK, that's REALLY strange.
Cause, you know what I stumpled upon last weekend having a walk in my woods?

Donnie Darko's Skull!!!!!

Image
Donnie Darko's Skull by My brain hurts! on Flickr

Frank iirc


Correct. The rabbit is not Donnie Darko. Or Shazam.

You donkey butt! Your tactic of diverting me to TVtropes won't work forever! TO the comfy chair!


Anything but that!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:04 pm UTC
by Eshru
Being just shy of 3 decades old myself, I do not recall plastic as being less common than glass at any point in my life when it comes to soft drinks, so plastic? (damn new posts stalling me to where this content was posted before mine)

Also, what's the deal with heavy handed pepper notes in beers? A bit is fine I guess, but several go way overboard, to the point that if pepper is mentioned, I rarely give the beer a chance.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:11 pm UTC
by higgs-boson
AionArap wrote:
kryton wrote:[....]
Well, since Coke introduced Plastic bottles almost 4 decades ago, and still distributes the smaller ones in glass today, it could be either.

Well, didn't know that. We didn't get the plastic ones here in Norway until the late 80'ies iirc, this was sometime mid 80'ies.

Ehr... applying the right ... motivation ... a glass bottle may end desintegrated vanish from sight with a bright flash and a loud bang. All to be found are traces of silicon dioxide dust. Of course, you won't be such an irresponsible guy doing these kind of things. You probably mistook the wineskin for a bottle of coke. Happened anywhere in the 80's and 90's.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:13 pm UTC
by Mr Moriaty
I think Cueball is going to need more flags... maybe that's where Megan has gone. To make more magic flags.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:18 pm UTC
by Eshru
More? He took two down before, right? Unless you think this tower needs three?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:20 pm UTC
by AionArap
higgs-boson wrote:
AionArap wrote:
kryton wrote:[....]
Well, since Coke introduced Plastic bottles almost 4 decades ago, and still distributes the smaller ones in glass today, it could be either.

Well, didn't know that. We didn't get the plastic ones here in Norway until the late 80'ies iirc, this was sometime mid 80'ies.

Ehr... applying the right ... motivation ... a glass bottle may end desintegrated vanish from sight with a bright flash and a loud bang. All to be found are traces of silicon dioxide dust. Of course, you won't be such an irresponsible guy doing these kind of things. You probably mistook the wineskin for a bottle of coke. Happened anywhere in the 80's and 90's.


I was just speaking hypothetically of course. Obviously, I'm the epitome of responsibleness, and would never attempt such foolishness.
No siree!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:30 pm UTC
by PinkShinyRose
What if those things we thought of as merlons are actually two towers?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:34 pm UTC
by AionArap
PinkShinyRose wrote:What if those things we thought of as merlons are actually two towers?


Should we be expecting orcs or airliners?
EDIT: Both maybe? Orcs flying airliners?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:47 pm UTC
by PinkShinyRose
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:What if those things we thought of as merlons are actually two towers?


Should we be expecting orcs or airliners?
EDIT: Both maybe? Orcs flying airliners?


Like this? https://vimeo.com/52716431

EDIT: although, there are not many orcs
EDIT2: alt-link

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:48 pm UTC
by Mr Moriaty
So this is my 100th post in this thread...... A shocking amount.
I feel I should say something profound and in keeping with the decorum and level of this thread.

Titty Bacon

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:50 pm UTC
by Smithers
(Catches up)

Did we completely miss 351:
Image
Fellow waiters, be we slipping*?

higgs-boson wrote:At first, I thought a wiki for a single xkcd comic a bit... well. Oversized, overambitious.

Hey, 426 has one.

SBN wrote:
JCPenney wrote:
kryton wrote:Fighting an irresistable urge to connesour...ergh...graagh...

I find the emotional upliftmentation of frame 35 to be the most penultimate, the point at which the first completion and fulfillment of expectations are rendered in such clear detail, the body language and facial expressions so perfect in rapture of achievement, far superior to frame 34 where although the completion of the structure is accomplished, per say, but the body language, the postures lack the framing of satisfaction which is so evermoer present in the 35.
coupled with its rich floral and tobacco undertones, a brief peppery finish, it can only be superceeded by the ultimate conclusive and final end of time frame.

I find that the subtle dark chocolate and cherry notes, as well as the nuances of toast present in frame 37, paired with the striking visual symmetry provide a much more emotionally satisfying impression of repose after a job well done, whereas in the 35 I feel that the downcast pitch of her head evokes a certain sadness; perhaps coming as a result of the completion of her project.


I find that the collaboration in frame 42, along with how the incomplete construction emphasizes our waiting makes it one of the best frames. And it is 42, so how could other frames even compete.

224, in which Cueball and Megan are reunited over the joy of trebuchet-dealt destruction.

*(slippin', slippin') into the future.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:51 pm UTC
by Helper
Mr Moriaty wrote:So this is my 100th post in this thread...... A shocking amount.
I feel I should say something profound and in keeping with the decorum and level of this thread.

Titty Bacon

It is truly an honor to witness such eloquence!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:51 pm UTC
by AionArap
PinkShinyRose wrote:
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:What if those things we thought of as merlons are actually two towers?


Should we be expecting orcs or airliners?
EDIT: Both maybe? Orcs flying airliners?


Like this? https://vimeo.com/52716431


Sadly this only shows up as a still image for me.

Mr Moriaty wrote:So this is my 100th post in this thread...... A shocking amount.
I feel I should say something profound and in keeping with the decorum and level of this thread.

Titty Bacon


The best kind of bacon, especially if it comes with cheese.

Smithers wrote:(Catches up)

Did we completely miss 351:
Image
Fellow waiters, be we slipping*?


It was covered:
http://forums.xkcd.com/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=101043&start=9080#p3317507


EDIT: Nvm.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 7:56 pm UTC
by PinkShinyRose
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:What if those things we thought of as merlons are actually two towers?


Should we be expecting orcs or airliners?
EDIT: Both maybe? Orcs flying airliners?


Like this? https://vimeo.com/52716431


Sadly this only shows up as a still image for me.


And this one?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 8:00 pm UTC
by ChronosDragon
I personally like 46. It's as the seventh day in certain Outsider religions, when the creators stepped back and looked upon their creation. And thought, "that's neat, let's do some more."

163 is good, too. The cherry on the top of the first castle.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 8:00 pm UTC
by udscbt
I have added the CDT page to the wiki. If someone wants to edit/add something to it, it would be appreciated. I really hate the way I put the citations.
Smithers wrote:(Catches up)

Did we completely miss 351:
Image
Fellow waiters, be we slipping*?

higgs-boson wrote:At first, I thought a wiki for a single xkcd comic a bit... well. Oversized, overambitious.

Hey, 426 has one.

SBN wrote:
JCPenney wrote:
kryton wrote:Fighting an irresistable urge to connesour...ergh...graagh...

I find the emotional upliftmentation of frame 35 to be the most penultimate, the point at which the first completion and fulfillment of expectations are rendered in such clear detail, the body language and facial expressions so perfect in rapture of achievement, far superior to frame 34 where although the completion of the structure is accomplished, per say, but the body language, the postures lack the framing of satisfaction which is so evermoer present in the 35.
coupled with its rich floral and tobacco undertones, a brief peppery finish, it can only be superceeded by the ultimate conclusive and final end of time frame.

I find that the subtle dark chocolate and cherry notes, as well as the nuances of toast present in frame 37, paired with the striking visual symmetry provide a much more emotionally satisfying impression of repose after a job well done, whereas in the 35 I feel that the downcast pitch of her head evokes a certain sadness; perhaps coming as a result of the completion of her project.


I find that the collaboration in frame 42, along with how the incomplete construction emphasizes our waiting makes it one of the best frames. And it is 42, so how could other frames even compete.

224, in which Cueball and Megan are reunited over the joy of trebuchet-dealt destruction.

*(slippin', slippin') into the future.

About Geohashing, I think someone should use that algorithm to find places where to build Magic Kingdoi.

PS: Image

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 8:04 pm UTC
by PinkShinyRose
udscbt wrote:About Geohashing, I think someone should use that algorithm to find places where to build Magic Kingdoi.


Perhaps they will accept the introduction of a Magic Kingdoi achievement.

EDIT: Why didn't we use the xkcd wiki instead of wikia?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 8:06 pm UTC
by AionArap
PinkShinyRose wrote:
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:What if those things we thought of as merlons are actually two towers?


Should we be expecting orcs or airliners?
EDIT: Both maybe? Orcs flying airliners?


Like this? https://vimeo.com/52716431


Sadly this only shows up as a still image for me.


And this one?


That one worked, but yes, a definite lack of orcs.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 8:07 pm UTC
by PinkShinyRose
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:What if those things we thought of as merlons are actually two towers?


Should we be expecting orcs or airliners?
EDIT: Both maybe? Orcs flying airliners?


Like this? https://vimeo.com/52716431


Sadly this only shows up as a still image for me.


And this one?


That one worked, but yes, a definite lack of orcs.


There was one...

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 8:12 pm UTC
by AionArap
PinkShinyRose wrote:
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:What if those things we thought of as merlons are actually two towers?


Should we be expecting orcs or airliners?
EDIT: Both maybe? Orcs flying airliners?


Like this? https://vimeo.com/52716431


Sadly this only shows up as a still image for me.


And this one?


That one worked, but yes, a definite lack of orcs.


There was one...


Doesn't really count as orcs now does it?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 8:28 pm UTC
by John W Kennedy
Mr Moriaty wrote:
kryton wrote:
peewee_RotA wrote:
Mr Moriaty wrote:I'm on it. The last bolder trap may have failed to kill that Professor Jones guy but I have refined it with big spikes, Holy uranium and even more dramatic music.


But doesn't Plutonium catching fire in warm open air? That aught to be a much more impressive boulder trap.


Nah, Sodium (Na) does that.


A Francium Boulder with a pit of water at the end... now thats an idea.


Francium has been calculated to be liquid at room temperature.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 8:30 pm UTC
by Exodies
Hymn to frame 47
"Whatever shall we do, oh lord"

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 8:38 pm UTC
by PinkShinyRose
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:What if those things we thought of as merlons are actually two towers?


Should we be expecting orcs or airliners?
EDIT: Both maybe? Orcs flying airliners?


Like this? https://vimeo.com/52716431


Sadly this only shows up as a still image for me.


And this one?


That one worked, but yes, a definite lack of orcs.


There was one...


Doesn't really count as orcs now does it?


What if you watch it twice? Or the same video in two frames next to each other?

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 8:44 pm UTC
by AionArap
PinkShinyRose wrote:
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:
AionArap wrote:
PinkShinyRose wrote:What if those things we thought of as merlons are actually two towers?


Should we be expecting orcs or airliners?
EDIT: Both maybe? Orcs flying airliners?


Like this? https://vimeo.com/52716431


Sadly this only shows up as a still image for me.


And this one?


That one worked, but yes, a definite lack of orcs.


There was one...


Doesn't really count as orcs now does it?


What if you watch it twice? Or the same video in two frames next to each other?


ENOUGH IS ENOUGH! I'VE HAD IT WITH THESE MOTHERFUCKIN' ORCS ON THIS MOTHERFUCKIN' PLANE!

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 9:00 pm UTC
by PinkShinyRose
Image

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 9:06 pm UTC
by TheRic
Cueball must be doing some work lower on the castle, or he sprinted off screen.
Third Option would be BuffyGirl turning him into a "Peanutbutter and Jelly Sandwich"

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 9:06 pm UTC
by macraw83
PinkShinyRose wrote:Image


OH THE DESPAIR, OH THE INHUMANITY, THEY'RE GONE, NEVER TO RETURN!

Or maybe they'll return in 5-25 newpix and continue, like they always have so far.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 9:09 pm UTC
by Eshru
What is that structure in the middle anyhow? Inquiring minds must know!

Edit: 25 newpix is a long time now, that's for sure.

Re: 1190: "Time"

Posted: Wed Apr 03, 2013 9:12 pm UTC
by PinkShinyRose
Eshru wrote:What is that structure in the middle anyhow? Inquiring minds must know!

Edit: 25 newpix is a long time now, that's for sure.


It's starting to look like a third castle...