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boyswanna-be-her:

godzillapanda:

This is the best thing I have seen all day

THAT’S IT I’M DELETING

I have to admit I looked down and to my right after watching this.

Sadly, no pugs.

detective-pony:

Detective Pony pages 21 and 46, as written by detective-pony

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This deserves an award of some sort.

jjreeve:

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Now I know what you’re thinking, “What’s this? There’s an alicorn and an elf here. But that pony is not Celestia and that elf is not Vivec. What are you even doing?”

I will now explain. The pony is my version of Celestia’s mother, and the elf is Vivec’s. They are both…

The twist? Vivec has probably been naked in every single image.

kazerad:

I lost a follower after reblogging the stars one. They must not have been able to find where Vivec and Celestia were in the image.

jjreeve:

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In this one the two are standing on a hilltop in the light of morning, but they are invisible (I think they both have the magic to pull this…

All I could see was the unamused Nord, judging me silently.

Unamused Nord is Unamused.  And Nordic.

4gifs:

ALS ice bucket challenge with a tractor

Not only did he get hit in the head, but there was also no ice.

4gifs:

ALS ice bucket challenge with a tractor

Not only did he get hit in the head, but there was also no ice.

The grass comic is pretty much the best thing about that post.

You’ll probably get a lot of hate over that post true, but I’m hoping they’ll be niggling words that may fall to the back of their mind but will still be there such that they’ll recognize what they are doing in the future.  Then it will be a more conscious decision at the very least.

kazerad:

Months and months ago, I wrote a post about Tom Siddell - author of Gunnerkrigg Court - and his near-suicide. Among the responses to it was one calling me a shitty person and bad communicator.

"Shitty person" I can understand. I mean, it’s not something I agree with, but it is a vague title…

You said that if you gave an object a Contour larger than itself it'd be like it had a forcefield the size and shape of the larger object around it (apple with watermelon Contour). What happens if you do it the other way around and use Pymary to give a watermelon the Contour of an apple?
Anonymous

unsoundedcomic:

unclevertitle:

unsoundedcomic:

If you think about it I bet you can figure it out.

What’s more interesting to me is after you have an object (say another watermelon, this one ordinary) intersecting the watermelon what happens when it’s original contour returns?  Does it get pushed out?  Core leeched? Or can you have a chain of intersecting watermelons?

Have you ever used the Pathfinder tool in Illustrator or InDesign? :D

Can’t say that I have but after looking it up I’ve got a lot of ideas pymary-wise.  Like taking the contour from an apple and cutting out an apple shaped hole in the inside of a watermelon.  Without breaking it open.

Not sure how you’d get an apple shaped core sample out of a watermelon without cutting it open, but it sounds like the kind of question you might get in an exam at a pymary academy.

Oh wait.  Never mind, it’s simple.  You take a cylindrical or conical contour out of the watermelon (minus where it would intersect with the apple shape) after cutting the apple shape into the center and then physically pull the watermelon-apple out of the watermelon through the hole which you can’t see, then return the taken contour to the watermelon.

Voila!  Now if I could do the 3D geometrical matrix calculations necessary for such a thing in my head (not even a chance) then I think I could graduate.

Or I guess I could just take one half of the watermelon’s contour temporarily, that would probably be simpler.  Still, imagine a watermelon with it’s juice running out because half the physical shape of it is gone without it looking like it’s gone.  Pretty crazy.

You said that if you gave an object a Contour larger than itself it'd be like it had a forcefield the size and shape of the larger object around it (apple with watermelon Contour). What happens if you do it the other way around and use Pymary to give a watermelon the Contour of an apple?
Anonymous

unsoundedcomic:

If you think about it I bet you can figure it out.

What’s more interesting to me is after you have an object (say another watermelon, this one ordinary) intersecting the watermelon what happens when it’s original contour returns?  Does it get pushed out?  Core leeched? Or can you have a chain of intersecting watermelons?

I’m personally hoping for watermelon explosion.

detective-pony:

Detective Pony pages 14 and 15, as written by detective-pony

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Typo on the page 15, “mediculously.” d should be a t.
  It’s correct in the transcription though.

Anyway I am still very much enjoying every word of this.