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Follow the Author on Instagram!My latest art piece. An emotional snapshot of my DnD character, Vastien Chevalier. Felt inspired to capture something real and raw, since he, for the most part, thrives off of deception (which includes hiding his feelings). #dndcharacter #dndcharacterart #vastienchevalier #ocart #originalcharacter #dndwarlockMy most recent purchase: Winter Jammies! I haven't brought proper winter pajamas in a loooong time, so getting this was a fun and special treat for me! 😊Kyo's Three Stages of Waking from the Cat Nap. #catsofinstagram #gingercatsofinstagram #gingercats #catnap #kyothecat #cutecatsMy Satoru Gojo figurine arrived today! Look like he's keeping an eye on the "strange giant feline" behind him. 😁😎
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“Smells are surer than sounds and sights to make the heartstrings crack.” – Rudyard Kipling Welcome wonderful, wandering web will-o-the-wisps (and humans), to another of my (the Whimsical Werecat) perfectly practiced and proficient presentation of literature insights. In short, another … Continue reading
“Use no superfluous word, no adjective, which does not reveal something.” – Ezra Pound Well, well, well, web-wanderers, I am glad to see you indulging the more well-pleasing traits of your curious meanderings, and coming to this site to … Continue reading
“So avoid using the word ‘very’ because it’s lazy. A man is not very tired, he is exhausted. Don’t use very sad, use morose. Language was invented for one reason boys–to woo women–and, in that endeavour, laziness will not do. … Continue reading
“All is one and one is all. The world is all … and I am that one.” – FMA Goodness, it was about time I made my way back to this blog! My prowlings have taken me to many a … Continue reading
“Remember that lettuce doesn’t grow on a spruce; and it also doesn’t rhyme with it.” – Jakub Marian Hello again, World Wide Web Wanderers. I am glad to have you visit my perfectly visitable blog post. Whimsical Werecat here, in … Continue reading