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Halloween at work was heck in a handbasckey.... so bussy O-O -/- im trying to get back into the swing of rping, cos i really want to continue our duo
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Default   #66   sylvanSpider sylvanSpider is offline
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Excellent! I'm still here so you can just post whenever and I'll respond when I have opportunities <3
All that is empty in the drawing should be filled in, the teacher said to us kids. First you sharpen the pencil to fill in the thin whiskers, then you use the thick crayon to fill in the wings with brown, meticulously and without letting the crayon leave the page. Six feet can be traced below the soft belly. Now, breathing is hard to detect on paper, the teacher said to me when I asked, but it is easier to feel it in real life.

Even insects breathe.

-Rawi Hage, Cockroach
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managed to post, not sure if it's good or not XD i tried to not control aren or Taka to much, just actions in passing that kid of hting to move the plot along XD i hope that's ok
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Default   #68   sylvanSpider sylvanSpider is offline
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I'll read it now to be sure <3~
All that is empty in the drawing should be filled in, the teacher said to us kids. First you sharpen the pencil to fill in the thin whiskers, then you use the thick crayon to fill in the wings with brown, meticulously and without letting the crayon leave the page. Six feet can be traced below the soft belly. Now, breathing is hard to detect on paper, the teacher said to me when I asked, but it is easier to feel it in real life.

Even insects breathe.

-Rawi Hage, Cockroach
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sylvanSpider sylvanSpider is offline
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You did fine! It's a great post; there will be a response either tonight or tomorrow (I hope)!
All that is empty in the drawing should be filled in, the teacher said to us kids. First you sharpen the pencil to fill in the thin whiskers, then you use the thick crayon to fill in the wings with brown, meticulously and without letting the crayon leave the page. Six feet can be traced below the soft belly. Now, breathing is hard to detect on paper, the teacher said to me when I asked, but it is easier to feel it in real life.

Even insects breathe.

-Rawi Hage, Cockroach
Old Posted 11-10-2018, 08:16 PM Reply With Quote  
Default   #70   PurpleBox PurpleBox is offline
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I look forward to it XD
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Iiii got busy. But break is coming, so a response is gonna be soon! I dunno how long it will be, but I ain't givin' up
All that is empty in the drawing should be filled in, the teacher said to us kids. First you sharpen the pencil to fill in the thin whiskers, then you use the thick crayon to fill in the wings with brown, meticulously and without letting the crayon leave the page. Six feet can be traced below the soft belly. Now, breathing is hard to detect on paper, the teacher said to me when I asked, but it is easier to feel it in real life.

Even insects breathe.

-Rawi Hage, Cockroach
Old Posted 11-14-2018, 08:42 PM Reply With Quote  
Default   #72   PurpleBox PurpleBox is offline
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Lol I look forward to it
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sylvanSpider sylvanSpider is offline
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Been going through a rough patch with school. Graduation is just around the corner, but I'll be *trying* to get one up today. Wish me luck!
All that is empty in the drawing should be filled in, the teacher said to us kids. First you sharpen the pencil to fill in the thin whiskers, then you use the thick crayon to fill in the wings with brown, meticulously and without letting the crayon leave the page. Six feet can be traced below the soft belly. Now, breathing is hard to detect on paper, the teacher said to me when I asked, but it is easier to feel it in real life.

Even insects breathe.

-Rawi Hage, Cockroach
Old Posted 11-28-2018, 06:44 PM Reply With Quote  
Default   #74   PurpleBox PurpleBox is offline
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i wish you luck!!!`~~~♥~~~ might get a post up today
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