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Belgische Aardappel
You needn't know much about me.
Scrap that, the other pages got added, now it all makes sense again.
Is this the patient who passed away? I cannot quite remember.
I love how he keeps on thinking "Personal space", but maybe he should actually say that. Some people only get the hint when you say it.
Can somebody please translate this? Or did an incorrect version get uploaded?
What a weird gear stick, or does it look weird because it may be automatic? I am used to manual, so that might explain it.
Yeah, sure, the shop is hidden in plain sight if you will, but the police -will- be all over the magic shop if one starts breaking windows like that. Windows break, sure, but all of them at once? That is too suspicious, even with all of the murders going on. Ready the fires, we are going on a witch hunt.
I am relieved he is just saying "Alright" instead of asking "But why are we leaving if it is safe?".
He did not deny being his sugar daddy though.
And my browser is bugging out, it should have been a reply to Quadrant.
Satisfying in more than one way in that context.
I like his tattoo, it is rather elegant.
Belgische Aardappel
December 7th, 2018
I like where this is going.
I mean 148 and 9. I need sleep lol.
I refer to the stalkings mentioned on page 158/149.
Is this the same man like the man from page 149, who said he would tale a pistol with him to feel more protected? I took very long to go and find this page, but the pistol just had my attention. Now I wonder if he had been stalked before by this creature, or his first stalking actually were human beings following him...
Autocorrect removed some words, marvelous. So, the first line was: Since the lady is dead without being dead, could it be that she is sort of Sulvain's resurrector, considering Sulvain is a necromancer, so Technically he is dead too.
So THAT is what people mean when they call me flesh over bone... Back to the story: Since the lady is dead without being dead, could it be that she is sort his resurrector Sulvain, who is a necromancer, so technically dead? We already know she plays the role of Death, but it is Death after all, who decided who lives and who dies. So maybe she could have had pitty on his soul after he was reaped and therefore he became a necromancer? Is her skin just very thin, or can she decide on whether or not there will be skin on specific body parts? And if she can do this, maybe Sulvain can do it, too, or, if not, maybe this power is reserves for Death?
"Pasta" would have been my exact answer.
Ah, I think this is the first time we can completly see Sulvain. I must admit, I thought his robe was much longer, like, just above his Feet, and that he would be wearing more formal shoes, rather than boots. It may just be the lighting, but is his robe more brown than normal? I remember it being nearly blue to dark at a certain point in the story, but then again, that lay just be the lights. I love the vases though, the one next to the lady has those nice loops, which could maybe represent infinity, as death is infinite. One of the other vases has a tree on it, which may appear to be a skeleton hand, if you set your mind to it. The flowers themselves are just very nicely done, and the closet is stunning, honestly, I want such a closet (if I had the interior for it, that is).
LGBT was basicly non-existant, but you had gays anyway, like the great composer, Peter Tchaikovsky. He actually got fired for this.