Whoa, it's T** E** of T** E**!? Hmm, not sure if bad thing because the OTC has completely ended, or good thing because T** E** has ended...
Anyway, perhaps the epilogue sequence WAS trying to tell us something, and now it's finished we can at last try to fully decipher it. Maybe a key to understanding Beanish...?
ucim wrote:@yappobiscuits - "In boca de lupo" literally means "In the mouth of the wolf". It is what is said in Italian opera where we would say "Break a leg". The response is "May the wolf choke!" ("Crepe il lupo!") And while I've got you, that was a wowtreeish video! All recorded separately in tracks, I presume. "Arrrrrrgh" to your redundakitty!
Oh, neat. I'll try and remember that one. Yeah, as you can see we have mics and headphones - while the video was being captured (just from a webcam) into iMovie, the audio was being captured separately into Logic and layered up in seperate tracks for me to mix later.
A warning: This is only for Jose! If you have not punned, avoid this spoiler!
GAH! You should be fully aware nobody can resist a spoiler, even if they're told not to open it
Yappo! Finally got to hear the IronWolpy song - dunejumpish! The wee one enjoyed it too.
That's a new one! So it's... windier up here? Bigger than it looked? (Those described the dunes, I don't remember the jump ever being described...)
mscha wrote: Kieryn wrote:
ETA: It's awesome that some of us (well, mscha at least) was still looking frequently enough to notice
All credit goes to newpixbot – it alerted me that things were ch*rpingly m*starded.
Ahh, at least the original newpixbot remains loyal and isn't going around destroying our castles...ED and StormAngel
- Those were both treeish different takes on the othercomic!
BlitzGirl wrote:My hat is telling me to be suspicious of your hat. Which is particularly disturbing because my hat has not demonstrated sentience before.
Is this Sheeple II: Rise of the Hatple?
For decree: It's rainy outside! It was rainy outside when Time began! This must mean Time II is about to begin!Whaddya mean it's always rainy in Cumbria...