Maybe this is supposed to be User Submission Day. We should fix that by releasing original xkcd-style comics ourselves on Thursday. Problem solved.
A molpier idea I haven't heard in quite a while. Here's one of mine:
(later I realized this was probably not GLR's idea but I still don't think it was my idea. For background, google "Finitism")
Bad Hair Man wrote:Greetings again from the past. I'm up to page 302 out of 1417 now.
I just want to say, that this poem, long since posted from the perspective of the page on which these words will land, and not yet posted from the perspective of the page on which I currently stand, really is wonderful. Blitzgirl writing to the future, still in the past [...] It's very poignant, and I am touched.
Wow, blitzers at 302/1417, that's encouraging. Maybe I stand a chance after all.
I did read LotR and agreed with the author that "the book is too short" and this business of poignant poety sent between two time-travellers at different points in Time is just the sort of thing LotR would have if it were (epic) sci-fi rather than (epic) fantasy.
azule wrote:Please enjoy this odetity of xkcd#1256.
Bravo. I have my own version of needle_pulled_thing.txt (except it's called OTT.rhtf) and wanted to try a similar project, thanks for taking way too much time so I didn't have to
Two xkcd fonts were used.
Source, please? I have Humor Sans, but that's early GLR style, and now way too "sloppy" for xkcd.com/NNN where NNN is greater than about 500...
AluisioASG wrote:BlitzGirl wrote:I would have liked to see the inside of that Beanish outpost.Spoiler:
Ooh, look out for the molpion (scorpiy?) under that stool!
Pikrass' Multiquote script is awesome, thanks again
ETA reundaspoiler. Not sure if that's needed when the image is on my own website rather than having been uploaded to forums.xkcd.com, but why not? There's plenty of room in the OTT for more redundants.
ETA2: Ahh, it seems I'm page-pope. Since I already got a free decree (regarding the word molpier) I'll decree that everyone choose their own decree (so long as it's suitably treeish) ( -Thu Aug 29, 2013 10:51:57 pm UTC = newpix 3911.86)
Edit3: Replace image link with same image uploaded as an attachment.