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At 8:11pm on July 29, 2020, Rotwang said…

AW CMON.  My "citizen of crimea" didn't even get a mention!?

At 2:10am on July 18, 2020, VomitFlop said…

Thanks, man! One of those, I wasn't too sure of, but I had a feeling that RIP Tide might be scooped up eventually if I didn't post it ASAP.

The Mothra joke on the volcano pic was fucking hilarious, by the way!

At 1:36pm on July 15, 2020, Rotwang said…

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How Dragons Produce Fire

With the final season of Game of Thrones fast approaching it's important to understand exactly how a dragon produces fire.

Calling them 'Fire-breathing' is not entirely accurate.  Call them 'Fire-exhaling' Dragons to be more precise.

Much like the monkeys that eat the charcoal for digestion, dragons regularly seek out flint and marcasite-rich environs.

Posted on March 29, 2019 at 9:00pm — 8 Comments

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