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Someone left a rather nice comment on my chunky fairy over at Epilogue t'other day, saying that they'd initially been a fan of my work for the dark stuff, but they had enjoyed my turn to comedy.

This notion kinda threw me for a minute, and I found myself tossing off an absent reply that the two weren't really that different, and going on about my business, but as with so many things, this continued to idily percolate through my brain with the usual jitter-flop jitter-flop of the three-legged frog on a hamster wheel that passes for my cognition.
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ursulav

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Someone left a rather nice comment on my chunky fairy over at Epilogue t’other day, saying that they’d initially been a fan of my work for the dark stuff, but they had enjoyed my turn to comedy.

This notion kinda threw me for a minute, and I found myself tossing off an absent reply that the two weren’t really that different, and going on about my business, but as with so many things, this continued to idily percolate through my brain with the usual jitter-flop jitter-flop of the three-legged frog on a hamster wheel that passes for my cognition.

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Originally published at Tea with the Squash God. You can comment here or there.


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ursulav

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Dutch Auction up, featuring all those lizards! (The Valley of the Wang print is offered as an option, but you don't need to get it, if you, err, don't have any corner of the house that will benefit from a heavy dose of phallicness.) Get 'em while they're a bargain!

http://www.furbid.ws/cgi-bin/auction.pl?print_genfur&1085774129

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ursulav

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Dutch Auction up, featuring all those lizards! (The Valley of the Wang print is offered as an option, but you don’t need to get it, if you, err, don’t have any corner of the house that will benefit from a heavy dose of phallicness.) Get ‘em while they’re a bargain!

http://www.furbid.ws/cgi-bin/auction.pl?print_genfur&1085774129

Originally published at Tea with the Squash God. You can comment here or there.