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  1. rexvivat commented on Skin Horse 18 days ago

    For everyone missing the reference, Captain Bram was (is?) Sweetheart’s creator. Also, the dogs supposedly ate his corpse after he died.

  2. rexvivat commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 25 days ago

    If horses can hug, so can unicorns.

  3. rexvivat commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 3 months ago

    Ugh. Forcing someone to do something is the surefire way to make sure they don’t appreciate it.

  4. rexvivat commented on Skin Horse 3 months ago

    Only if it’s pink wine.

  5. rexvivat commented on Skin Horse 3 months ago

    This one really lends credence to the theory that Ira’s faking it. The exact moment he raises suspicion that there might be a mind there, he does something to reinforce the belief that he’s harmless.

  6. rexvivat commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 5 months ago

    People will always find a reason to get offended, no matter what you say. I personally am fat and not offended by the words; I’m the one who let myself get like this (and am not doing anything to remedy it), it’s completely my fault, and do not and should not want to have people pussyfooting around because of it.

  7. rexvivat commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 5 months ago

    I’m pretty sure she wants to stay friends afterwards…

  8. rexvivat commented on Ozy and Millie 6 months ago

    Does it now? I have a copy of van Gogh’s “Les Iris” at work. It’s a field of flowers. It’s not much of a message, is it? Sure, you can understand what’s there, but for that matter you can’t understand what’s going on in many of Dali’s paintings either. What constitutes a message? And what kind of message constitutes great art? A note reading “Dinner’s on the kitchen counter” gives a message that a person understands too, after all.

  9. rexvivat commented on Phoebe and Her Unicorn 7 months ago

    Um. Spoiler warning?