Handshakes 4: Outside the Warehouse Handshakes 4: Outside the Warehouse published on January 27, 2009Read more posts by the author of Handshakes 4: Outside the Warehouse, KoryBing17 Comments on Handshakes 4: Outside the Warehouse
I’ll just go ahead and assume that the paper’s title is “The Daily Pot O’ Gold”.
That, sir, is racism against the fine little people of the Avalon, and I agree
I can’t believe I just caught this typo.
“I like you’re necklace, miss,” should be “I like your necklace, miss.”
I’ve gotten in the habit of reading “you’re” in my mind as “you are” partly because people on the internet make this mistake so often, and because mistakes like that can be contagious and I want to catch it if I do it. I don’t remember if I caught this one before, but reading “I like you are necklace” definitely stands out.
Wait, so Blanche’s full name is Blanche Noir? White Black? xD
If Rhonda and Django are both bohemian lions, why is ones medallion silver and the other gold?
(sorry, I ask a lot of questions)
they have different colored medallions because, I’d assume, the material and color have no baring on the medallion other than aesthetics. The only important thing is the spell and what race it’s for. So medallions can look like look different between different members of the same magical race.
Noticed in his character bio Django appears to have two tails. Is that common?
Forked tails are one of the defining features of Bohemian lions.
Kory I think I may have found the Liverpool Avalon at Stanley dock in Liverpool. Someone would not let me in!!??
Remember to fix the “you’re/your” typo before printing, Kory! =3 (Also love this page I didn’t get it at first cause I started here rather than with Orientations xD)
Granted, the “you’re” is grammatically incorrect. But, maybe it’s also a depiction of his accent?
How is ‘I like you are necklace’ grammatically correct?!?
Lynx-Eye said incorrect, meaning it’s wrong.
It’s funny, revisiting this page, noting what in the real world actually does operate in the warehouses of a weekend.
That’s what she said. ….*Runs away*
Pretty sure ‘nice necklace’ is a sort of ‘wink, wink’ coded greeting.