OOC: It’s been a hot minute….still in the midst of finals, but I’m just about done so this means I’ll be regularly updating and answering asks again. I didn’t mean to be on hiatus this long….but college can be tough sometimes.
ANYWAY, was talking with my Jake and we’d come up with the idea of talent swapping the survivors….I’m not sure if this is a thing already, but Florist Dwight seems like a cute idea I can’t pass this up. I’ve swapped the others as well, so I’ll be slowly adding them here and there as I get back into the swing of things. As always, thank each and every one of you for your endless patience. I can never thank you enough. <3
This blog will be dedicated to all things Dead By Daylight! I’ll be focusing on asks and art, and possibly role-play! Most asks will be replied to with art, as well as comics are planned for along the way!
For each of the Survivors, and each of the killers, I have my own head-cannons, but they are easily subject to change depending on asks they receive, as well as head-cannons that are shared with me along the way!
Go ahead and send me an ask, and I’ll reveal my head-cannons as the story goes!
I drove up to Connecticut for the last Hostage Calm show earlier this month and figured it was a great opportunity to check out some new pizzerias in my least favorite state in the Tri-State Area. Nothing personal if you’re from Connecticut, but it’s just not my jam. I was (of course) stuck in tons of traffic on I-95 and, in my search for an alternate route, happened upon Fairfield Pizza. Needing a little pick-me-up (and a bathroom break), I stopped in, hoping they could surpass my previous, lackluster Connecticut pizza experiences.
Fairfield Pizza ended up being better than expected. They had a big selection (with name tags for the different slices, a nice touch!), a number of which looked pretty promising. I went for a buffalo chicken and it tasted pretty good! It does look a little wimpy in the picture, but it trumped a lot of significantly shittier buffalo chicken slices I’ve had in my life. The chicken was kinda mushy, but it made it blend well with the pizza underneath. It had a nice flavor, though I wouldn’t have minded it being a bit spicier. The crust was also enjoyable, having a nice crunch to keep the slice from getting overly soft or doughy. Overall, my hat goes off to Connecticut for surpassing my expectations. However, I was very put off by the high price tag ($3.50!!) for a slice that, while good, wasn’t really exceptional. I’m still waiting to be blown away, CT!!