MLWF has an account on tumblr now! check it out! (there's some nsfw stuff lying around, deactivate nsfw stuff if you're underage or are distressed by content of this nature)
That i'm already following this awesome tumblr? Bracabrad is lurking everywhere.
Now all I'm wondering is if they could biologically have kids. That would be an interesting parental challenge.
...She makes everything better.
No special comments this time, other then you're still doing a real good job.
fell left or somthing cause i saw her at las lindas O_o
@blackcat: she was looking for a new job so she could have more money and more sexy time with al to do stuff
Nintendo 64 in third panel, the memories of playing banjo kazooie good times.
Pretty sure that they can't have a (biological) child. It was explained that Fel is a "second generation" hybrid and it was implied such hybrids can not reproduce. However, it was revealed that the bunny girl who comes to visit Fel for training (Bonnie?) is a "third gen" and it was implied that third gens CAN reproduce.
That Greek Guy (Guest)
Hey Kenno. I was wondering. It really feels like a lot of times you put a lot of yourself and your feelings in Al. Am i right or are yu just good at writing characters? :P
I was under the impression that Al's parents didn't provide him with parental attention as they were too wrapped up in their own affairs, rather than not allowing Al to experience the world for himself by doing everything for him. If all went to college at all (not sure if high school or college graduation), he probably gained the required life skills.
Most kids have the problem of their parents not being approachable to discuss serious issues of life as a teenager and young adult. Was that Al's problem too? I suppose I shall find out. :)
I had the same idea than Greek Guy. Are u putting yourself in Als shoes?
But is not hard to see that story repeats to infinite, when parents dont teach you usefull things... happens very often.
@Bracabrad: You're the internets itself!!! D:
@MaveriKat: she does <3
@Royle McCulloch: thank you!
@blackcat: i saw her too D: FEL WHERE ARE YOU GOING!?
@That Greek Guy: Well, he and i share the same start point, so it's natural we share some stuff. Tho it's not something i feel proud of. But even then, this is a little message to all the overprotected children that eventually grew up, you're not alone :c
That's actually an excellent moral, one that is painful to live through yourself...
@Bracabrad: okay i have wondered for awhile but, is your picture an anthro bear w/ a goatee? it's been nagging at me for awhile and i just wanted to ask.
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