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Without a Sir Forscale in the picture, I can't tell how big anything is.

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5 hours ago, Cranky Dog said:

Without a Sir Forscale in the picture, I can't tell how big anything is.

Now I want one painted like Where's Waldo...

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8 minutes ago, Talae said:

Now I want one painted like Where's Waldo...

 

...Y... you.... no, don't say th...Dammit... <adds it to the project list> :grr:

 

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Are you saying Forscale should be our own Travelling Gnome?

 

Sir Forscale has ventured through Heaven and Hell!

 

But has he been to Disney Land?

 

[Urge to replace Forscale's sword with a selfie-stick... rising.]

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