Valladar, The Reader
7/23/2021 8:38 AM
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Recent PostsCYS Book Club - 19th Century(ish) Adventures on 7/23/2021 8:34:40 AM
Will start reading tonight! Found it free on kindle.
Wizzy is dead on 7/15/2021 3:34:12 PM
Thank you. I did notice poor Brad's fursona was breaking the art threads.
Wizzy is dead on 7/14/2021 7:09:56 PM
For you Sheriff.
Crackhead Cringe on 7/7/2021 8:32:38 AM
Ha! my grandfather did the same.
Crackhead Cringe on 7/6/2021 4:40:42 PM
I could start using the dogs as savings accounts I guess. They will eat just about anything, but I don't think the shops would accept any money I withdraw.
Crackhead Cringe on 6/30/2021 11:31:57 AM
We had gone to a bigger town as our town doesn't have our bank, and had decided to take the dog along for a trip out. I ran to the bank before they closed while my mother paid to park. When I came out she told me that as she was walking down the alleyway some guy with his hood up was really staring at her and as he got closer he started walking straight towards her. The alley is wide enough to pass people without going near them. She said he was staggering a bit so whether he was drunk, high or what who knows. But he changed his mind when my dog put herself between the guy and my mother snarling. My dog has never snarled before or since and she normally puts us between her and strangers not the other way around, so something must of been up with that guy.
Exams again on 6/2/2021 6:28:30 AM
If I eat the food at breakfast time does it then count as breakfast food? If it does then for me ice cream is the best.
What are you watching? on 5/27/2021 12:52:01 PM
I went to the cinema the other day to see The Unholy. It was ok. Wasn't keen on the ending though. Also why is it in a lot of horrors when you have a cursed evil object or a trapped evil soul do the original people not think to lock it away rather than just leaving it in a place someone could easily come across it? Even if they stuck a warning note on the thing it would be an Improvement, but no.
Briar's Friendly Forest Critters on 5/14/2021 7:52:07 PM
That's a shame. Looking them up turns out the UK had a population of them when some escaped from fur farms, but they were trapped and hunted to get rid of them.
Briar's Friendly Forest Critters on 5/12/2021 11:45:51 PM
I'm in Wales, I knew there are some in our county but didn't know the river behind us had any. I didn't get a great look at them as it was dark and they were rolling around but they looked too long to be cats and too big to be polecats. So I'm guessing otters. Never seen them since though. Just Googled nutrias aww CUTE!