So I figured I'd put it out out here: i've started a comic called The Mind of the Mad Man, it's furry of course, and it's very... twisted.
So if you're looking for a cool story that doubles as a critique of society here you go:
So here, I uploaded this thing to FA earlier today, and I'd like to know what you guys think of it, and tell me what you think is right/wrong about it. Personally i have te feeling that I could go deeper in th realism of the planes, but I'm not sure if I want to, as the realistic aspect might...
My favorite one is called comrade drinking
1) Pick a friend who knows by heart the soviet anthem
2) Give him a wearble piece of communist memorabillia (we use a Viet Cong cap)
3) Give him a bottle of Vodka and lay a few in front of him
4) He has to chug on the bottles while singing the anthem...
I'd love someone who's:
-Kind and caring
-Takes decisions (I can never decide on anything)
-who likes to cuddle ^w^
-who has a dominant personality
-who is into the same things as me (Heavy Metal, Drawing...)
-who is supportive of me
-who likes to be surprised
-that do not care about what people...
Hey guys I just made this on Cities: Skylines :
Yeah I'm probably involved in this fandom a bit too much... or not! ^^
you can find it here: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=413821202
TIP: reach for the train ASAP as the Highway is one-way only!
Hope you like it ^^
So here's my latest submission to FA, I'd like to know what you think of it and what could and should be impoved.
Have no restrain on harshness, just be constructive.
Now unleash the critique, and btw critique me on absolutely EVERYTHING!
The verb &/or the tense is not the right one here, here's how you should reformulate: Je veux paraÃ®tre formel, mÃªme quand je parle Anglais It would me a a bit more correct to say: Je tiens Ã paraÃ®tre formel, mÃªme en Anglais.
also it's merci beaucoup, quand mÃªme.
I think you meant: Ce n'est rien vraiment. Et ta langue est belle. (which is formulated in a way that makes "langue" ambiguous between "language" and "tongue")
When you're talking familiarly there's no need to invert subject and verb in a question. Written this way it sounds posh. You might...