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Leave The Soul Alone

So the first part of this was inspired by “Bones” by MS MR (did you catch that lyrics title?), and, uh, I wanted to do something a little spookier for Halloween, hence - monster AU. They’re not any specific, named monsters/things, but feel free to ask if there’s any confusion about their properties/beings. Is OT6 but not focused on too much. Set in the FAHC AU. Doesn’t appear to have a fucking proper ending but I didn’t want to force one. 

Warnings: some semi-graphic? depictions of violence, uh, oh god I guess it also counts as body horror now, but it’s nothing particularly gory or gruesomely detailed. Ask if you have any concerns before reading - I’ll be happy to help! 

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Buy It, Use It, Break It, Fix it

Hey-o, some more robot gore porn for Halloween. Based in this monster AU. Ramwood. Also over on AO3.

Warnings: body horror (but robotic), hardcore choking (very hardcore), gore (robotic), brief death (I guess; again, robot) 

Title is from “Technologic” by Daft Punk. 

Got ten minutes left of Halloween left for me, so this counts as holiday fic, right? 

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I was…tired and bored so…concept art for robot Ryan? From Leave the Soul Alone except only one interpretation because he has different anatomy in the the next fic? 

Uh…body horror and gore (but it’s…a robot). Ignore the lack of head and feet I just couldn’t get them right. 

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How ghost chips became New Zealand's favourite fast food

Who would have guessed that giving away ghost chips could save lives? The people behind the Legend don’t drink and drive advert could not in their wildest dreams have expected it to have become such a runaway hit.

That’s because the Land Transport Safety Authority advert aimed at young Maori male drivers (and others) has gone viral, taken on a life of its own and become a New Zealand internet meme.

Not only has it nailed its target demographic, it has become a popular cultural touchstone. The over 1,200,000 views on YouTube since it was posted on October 20 illustrate just how wildly popular it has become.