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14 minutes ago, Froggy the Great said:

That's what Bilbo Baggins hates;

So carefully, carefully, with the paints!

 

FTFY ;)

 

Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

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2 minutes ago, Froggy the Great said:

Yes you did.

 

As a Moderatory note:  Constant "Are you done yet?" posts are known to cause undue stress, so y'all please refrain.

Could Kit write a script (sorta like the Broccoli one) that auto-converts "are you done yet?" --to-> "...waiting patiently..."

??

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Yay!  Moar Victims! Errrr. Challengers!

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1 hour ago, OneBoot said:

 

He is Ma'al Drakar! Eater of brushes! Holder of smartphones! And destroyer of sanity!!!

 

He's also attempted to sabotage my challenge before it even started. I snapped my starting pic with my camera (so I could have my phone clock in the picture), and as soon as I plugged the camera into my computer so I could upload the picture, the computer stopped recognizing the mouse. Restarting it didn't have any effect. :mellow: So I had to load my camera drivers onto my husband's computer so I could get the pictures off so I could make my post!

 

And of course, as soon as I made my post and went back to my computer, the mouse was working again. Spooky. :blink:

 

But I'm showing him who's boss. I've got him laid out on the operating table (aka Lazy Susan), surgical tools (clay shapers) and greenstuff at the ready. Who's in charge now, huh? HUH?! :wow:

 

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Huzzah!

--OneBoot :D

 

In that pose, he looks just like my Bishop when he's asking Ripley to stop beating up on him. 

 

 

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