Uh oh! Looks like things are picking up again! Hopefully the girls will have things under control soon!
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Oh no! Ice xenomorphs!
Hm, I guess ladies need to team up and get that thing(s) down!
Might settle their differences in the process. I think that is what you are aiming for here ;)
I said this in the past but you are still so pedantic with the snowing effect layer! Props!
(oh god, I realized they use the same amount of red lipstick)
Oh no! Ice xenomorphs Fey Minions!
William is clearly going to have to disguise his love for those awesome Xenos the next time he designs a monster a little better! Someone savy might get the idea he's a fan otherwise and call our totally different and not at all similar Fey Minions Aliens instead!
We hope you're right about the girls settling their differences and working together, that little girl is going to be in big trouble they don't!
You're awesome by the way Jak, thank you for being such a vocal, wonderful fan, we love you.
Ice raptors T-Rex Xenos Fey Monsters! Got it! I think...
Haha! Thanks! Again, it is cool :>
You have other readers as well! It is really, really alright and thanks <3
They think they can blow cover quicker than three seconds?
I think it would be hard to beat that without actually flying in.
Well, I would say that a girl wearing only a t-shirt and jeans, and a lady in a full-on Victorian dress during a blizzard, would tend to draw a little attention to themselves, no? lol
Preposterous! Fancy dresses and tee-shirts with jeans in a blizzard is totally normal! Where are you living, huh? Somewhere not at all normal, clearly.
But uh, good point.
We think she meant beating their record by lasting longer but you're totally right about having to actually fly in otherwise!
To paraphrase Raymond Chandler: "When in doubt, have a rampaging fey creature chase a girl."
Or something like that.
I'm sure he would have if he wrote urban fantasy instead of hard-boiled noir.
Things DID go pear-shaped fairly rapidly.
We would have loved to see Chandler put Marlowe on a supernaturally inspired case and we're certain it would have been another masterpiece we'd all add to his already lengthy list!