A lot like Domain then.
“Sweet Mercy!” The swear filter must be cranked up to 11!
I prefer to assume this is the sort of thing he normally wants to say, but the filter won’t let him.
He may catch Tigerlily’s attention if he keeps up in that vein.
It’s not the swear filter, it’s the VR getting in his head – deeper than the filter (hence no wrongswear font). Baron Mistycorn would not normally say “Zounds!” either.
“I married a Walrus.” Wasn’t that a 1950s TV show starring Jim Backus?
Either that or a 50s horror B-movie.
T’was a Beatles song. Many fans thought it referred to the death of Ringo.
The Walrus was Paul. John himself said so.
And Paul’s death was faked by Paul himself so he could spend a year dead for tax purposes, which is why they put out the song “Taxman”. So, for those of you who don’t know, the real Paul McCartney was replaced by none other than Paul McCartney, and he and George started the “Paul is dead” rumor as a practical joke on the fans. If you play Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band sideways, you’ll find a secret code that tells you all about the whole conspiracy.
Or maybe I’m just messing with your two-legger minds because I’m bored, nyao.
So, is it that Nick has a tiny Jewish hat that is very oddly placed indeed, or is the hole in his head from when they removed his brain to put it in a helicopter still there, even in Whimsyworld?
Nick is observant and has always warn a kippah.
I wonder how he finds time to go to synagogue…
Whereas I was wondering where he wears it while in helicopter form. On top of the rotor, or on top of the compartment holding his brain?
Is there a rabbi on the list?
In his character blog he mentions discussing this with a rabi, but I don’t remember all the answers.
Considering that wearing a kippah is about keeping your head covered, I think not having a head means you’re exempt.
It also helps cover the hole in his head from when they removed his brain
And here I was wondering what you warn a kippah about.
Getting smoked? (Somewhat tortured Red Dwarf reference).
Aimee must be wearing the crown and the maze to get there is the fun part: What do they do when they find her? She could be like the Queen of Hearts and order her minions “Off with their heads” or some other cliche.
Well, that’s the question — is Aimee wearing the crown, or a prisoner, or perhaps even both (e.g., Stoddard’s The False House)?
I’m just hoping she gets a Whimsy villain song. They’re always the best.
And then I hope we get an MP3 of it that I can stick in my big playlist alongside the Madblood Battle Anthem.
Huh. Maybe the “Pingu and the walrus” shippers are actually onto something.
Perhaps they’re cousins.
And now there are a few more questions. Unfortunately, the only one I can fully articulate is ‘Is Mrs. Crow wearing fake eyelashes?’
They’re real. Like the bow, they indicate femininity.
Dare I wonder what our good merchant’s offspring look like?
The hybridization comes out somewhere in the neighborhood of a giant black goose.
With the mother’s dental work, making it a sabretooth goose. Completely unbalanced, but heaven help you if come near his pond without permission.
Like crows, probably. They’re monogamous birds, but they’re not that monogamous.
I’m guessing they’d go with the established Kermit/Miss Piggy option from Muppet Christmas Carol and have some of each. Possibly crow boys and walrus girls.
Adoption is also a possibility. I wouldn’t assume the walrus is female, either
Or there’s the Muppets Most Wanted option; crow boys and walrus girls, but the crows are grey and the walruses (walri? No.) are black.
Today’s “Daibhid is reminded of something he’s never actually seen and only knows from TV Tropes” is the bit in Avenue Q where the main character is accused of racism for assuming two monsters are related because they both have the surname Monster.
The thing I have seen that I was reminded of is Mr Ploppy and Mrs Ploppy from Blackadder II.
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