Oh no guys is sleepy Toast possibly even rounder than sleepy Bravo?
She started cooing, walked around and explored her cage a lot today. I’ve put several bowls of food and water in several different places to see what she likes.
Context: During a one-shot campaign, we were searching an NPCs house because we were told to wait around. Said NPC looks like a living toasted marshmallow.
Bard-Magician: Can I search (NPC)’s house for erotica
DM: Uhhhh…. Okay roll for that.
Bard-Magician OOC: *nat 20* Oh god, the toasted marshmallow has the biggest erotica collection in town.
DM: *dying from laughter* Yup, that’s canon now. You find a loose rug. Under it is a small, marshmallow-shaped stairway to the basement. It’s filled to the brim with erotica. This is the biggest erotica collection in the world… Aside from the Royal Library of Erotica they have in Al Majiik.
Bard-Magician: I pick one up, scan through it, and think to myself, “What is this boring shit, I want swords and adventure dammit”
Paladin OOC: Oh there are swords alright. Just not the ones you’re thinking of.
‘Lucy,’ he said, 'you deserve a special toast. First, for coming back to us. Lockwood and Company was incomplete without you. And second, for intervening when Rotwell had me beaten. You saved my life that night. Thank you.’
EP 002: Aichi Meibutsu「Ogura TOOSUTO」/ 愛知名物「小倉トースト」 EP 002: Aichi’s Specialty: Ogura Toast
HEY HEY HEY WHO’S READY FOR SOME PURE OTOUTOMATSU BECAUSE I SURE AM. yeah I sort of realized that while I’ve posted some animatsu skits, I don’t really recall ever doing the same for otoutomatsu??? that needs to change, so take this. this one is actually really cute and sweet, if you ask me.
T/N: A lot of food terminology is going to pop up in this one, oh boy… Ogura toast is a specialty in Nagoya, which is the capital of the prefecture of Aichi. It’s a simple recipe – you take a slice of toast and spread anko on it, specifically tsubuan. Anko is the Japanese word for “red bean paste,” while tsubuan refers to the more coarse kind of anko. Also, at one point in the skit, Jyushimatsu brings up kashipan (literal translation: sweet bread), which is a bun that’s stuffed with a sweet filling like jam or chocolate cream.