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Fine Dining & Sucking At It
  • Fine Dining & Sucking At It
  • ♉ - Carlos - ♑
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Comic by: Shubbabang

http://shubbabang.tumblr.com

- You can check out the original comic here -

Credits:

Generic Man 1, Generic Man 2, Karkat, Equius, Gamzee, Tavros, Eridan, and Sollux were all voiced by: Me

http://actuallycarlosmaracas.tumblr.com

TereziAradiaFeferiVriskaKanaya, and Jade were all voiced by: MusicMushi

http://musicmushi.tumblr.com

Music Credits:

Windy (Overworld Theme) (Robin Beanland, Conker’s Bad Fur Day)

Shuffle Thing

Got tagged by @elfluffo to shuffle my music player and post the first 20 songs that come up soooo here we go from my foobar gamey list :0

  1. Relic Maze 2 - Woofle//Freedom Planet
  2. Demolition - Frank Klepacki//Command & Conquer
  3. Kyuubanme No Question - Karasu Wa Masshiro//Himitsu
  4. (More Than) Deer To Me (Renard’s LAST USE OF THIS ACAPELLA Remix) - Futret//GABBERSTÄG
  5. Nitronic - Zircon//Antigravity
  6. Capsule Silence - Anamanaguchi//Capsule Silence XXIV
  7. Spaceport - Graeme Norgate//Timesplitters
  8. Warhead - Zircon//Antigravity
  9. Prabhava - Ed Harrison//Neotokyo
  10. The Bottom - Yo-Yo Bingo//Waxing Gibbous
  11. Endless Possibility - Various//Sonic Generations Unleashed Project
  12. Flicker of Hope - Keiki Koboyashi//Ace Combat Zero
  13. SS Anubis - Robin Beanland, Graeme Norgate//Jet Force Gemini
  14. Cyberbird - Yoko Kanno, Gabriela Robin//Ghost In The Shell: Stand Alone Complex
  15. Final Dreadnought 3 - Woofle and Strife//Freedom Planet
  16. Exit Strategy Of A Wrecking Ball - Diablo Swing Orchestra//Pandora’s Pinata
  17. Bigfoot - Frank Klepacki//C&C: Red Alert
  18. Mechanized Memories - FreQuency//Armored Core Verdict Day
  19. Ashes To Ashes, To Ashes (To Ashes) - Chris Christodoulou//DEADBOLT
  20. Days Of Old - Vstylez//Max Anarchy/Anarchy Reigns
[There is an] erroneous impression that this and other countries are at war with one another. They are not. Their governments, composed of men and responsible only to the men of each country, and backed by the majority of men who have caught the war and glory fever, have declared war on one another. The women of all these countries have not been consulted as to whether they would have war or not..
—  Harriette Beanland, English dressmaker, three days after WWI declared, 1914