puddlebunni, The Contributor

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A peppy wave-motion gun toting space pirate who's got a love of old games and comics. Message me anytime!

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Music recommendations thread on 1/13/2017 6:53:30 PM
Mmm! I really like bo en, Kero Kero Bonito, tofubeats, lullatone, Spazzkid...That stuff is nice to study to. And catchy! I also like JRabbit and gesu otome + indigo la end. The main vocalist is great. The resonance in his tone is A+++ I've taken a liking to Stuart Murdoch's God Help The Girl album and I did the title song for my choir final. I think Belle And Sebastion is real nice... I used to be into okgo (I thought their music videos were cool) Father Of Mine has been on repeat in my head AND IT WON'T STOP WOW I grew up listening to a lot of Simon and Garfunkel though.
My Side of the Mountain on 1/2/2017 6:11:26 PM
The Little Prince, Catch-22 and most recently, The Shadows of the Wind. I looooved the melodrama. Spicy.
I Need A New Manga on 12/29/2016 4:06:48 PM
So I've been on a spree. I've finished up Saturn Apartments, I'm all caught up on JoJo, I'm waiting for new Hunter x Hunter, I finished up my beloved Princess Knight for the millionth time, I don't think I can go through Oyasumi Punpun AGAIN right now and I'll be dead before I catch up on Hajime no Ippo. I'm look'n for a shiny new manga I can pour my heart and soul into. Mah heart and soul! I just crawled out of the unexpectedly emotional pit that is Pluto, so I'm really feeling more of a "Swords and Capes, RAAAH" thing right now. I would love a suggestion! Please! PS: If you see Not Simple by Natsume Ono on sale, buy it. I barely got over it.
Recent YA books (Because I fail at making threads) on 12/18/2016 4:15:47 PM
The Monstrumologist is a fantastic horror adventure series with amazing characters, trust me. It won't disappoint you, even if you're just looking for a new character to emotionally latch onto. I also recently read Carry On, Simon, which was pretty great. It was like gay Harry Potter, if you like that sort of thing. Very fun. I'm normally not into that stuff, but with Fangirl, Rainbow Rowell got me hooked. I'll Give You The Sun is one of my favorites, PS. Family drama and good characters. A movie is also coming out and i'm worrying a lot BUT WHATEVER HAPPENS HAPPENS HA.
Recent YA books (Because I fail at making threads) on 12/18/2016 4:09:53 PM
Oh no! There's nothing terribly inappropriate! It's just, uh, a little bloody and I suppose a bit cruel at times, but a decent amount of the book is the Doctor wistfully blabbing romantic poetry about how his father never loved him and maybe Will Henry being confused about morals or something. The last book isn't inappropriate, it's just...you go a long way with the characters, and you may not like how they end up.
Recent YA books (Because I fail at making threads) on 12/18/2016 4:02:54 PM
Nope nope! Cos' there is so much adventure in between, it wouldn't make sense anyway! The last book is like all the other books at once...but like, high. But here's sorta spoilers! The Monstrumologist, Pretty Much Basically (By Title): 1) The Monstrumologist, also known as "Will Did Nothing Wrong" 2) The Curse of the Wendigo, or "The Doctor Finally Loses His Virginity" 3) The Isle of Blood, or "Will Did Something Wrong (Twice)" 4) The Final Decent, also titled "No No No No"
Recent YA books (Because I fail at making threads) on 12/18/2016 3:53:35 PM
The Monstrumologist is my favorite YA series,wooooooooow. It's so good. All gothic-horror-why-is-this-happening-daddy-issues and stuff. I actually named my Bloodborne character Will Henry. And a movie is supposed to come out some time...? A lot of people get peeved off at the last book. I liked it still, but I got terribly depressed.
Drugs on 12/6/2016 7:56:30 PM
Excuse me kind sir, but you forgot about the peepo. Peepo is for true druggie connoisseurs who appreciate more than your "dope ass kindergarten kush". You can only get the good peepo, ripe and green, in the early morning or in Japan. They have so much peepo in Japan. Over there, it's fondly referred to to as "Peeporin" and the act of smoking it is called "Popping A P-Chan". In fact, P-chan from the famous anime Ranma 1/2 was called such because the creator, Rumiko Takahashi, was on some serious peepo when she drew him. Some say that Luna-P from Sailor Moon was also created the same way, but that is still up for debate. Besides being a peepo enthusiast, I only partake in Childrens Tylenol. Man, one pop of that stuff and i'm gone.
Not Taking School Seriously on 12/6/2016 7:44:56 PM
Gold! Amazing! You're a talented writer and I commend you, as I often do the same thing. Once, I was "processed". It was a dumb thing in middle school where the teachers try to shame bad kids by making them write an essay about why you're bad and how the bad thing you did was bad, because it was not good. I was PE and we were running laps around the torture pits when I witnessed some misguided hooligans TORTURING A WORM. How could they, so I stepped in, picked it up, everyone screamed and I was processed. I nearly cried because I was so ashamed of being bad (but they were fiery tears, as I had heroically saved a life) and to my surprise, it was FREE WRITE ESSAY TIME, and I love essays! So I wrote 4 pages about how I could definitely understand why I was punished but also how there might be underlying anger issues among our fellow classmates as they had tried to take out their pent-up frustration on the local wild life, and I also offered up solutions for that, because I wanted to leave it on a happy note. Also, if I don't know the answer on a test, I just try to gracefully, cleverly fail.
Fezzes are for everyone! on 11/16/2016 7:55:51 PM
I think my dad had a fez, but he's Bruno Mars now, and his agent told him he had to take it off when he was singing about sexy ladies while being surrounded by sexy ladies. It's kind of a bummer, because the fez was my last link to my dying culture. The desert winds still haunt me at night.