And there you have it. The main cast of Cookies and Crime. A few changes and a few new characters. And it should be noted that Redusa’s (previously Ori) name was Quillystuff’s idea. And Lemony is a character loosely based on Crypticsparrow’s OC.
caramel ice cream base: evaporated cane juice / coconut milk / vanilla / salt
apple pie filling: diced green apples / earth balance / cinnamon / brown sugar
crust: vegan oatmeal cookies / earth balance / cinnamon / brown sugar
This seriously looks amazaballs.
dude what if you had a stack of people alternating from face to butt and the top person started pooping and the poop got on the guy below him and he started barfing until you just had this waterfall of barfpoop
Troll Army + kids Alliance
John’s covered wars, y’know
oh god that comment
Cards Against Humanity is a party game for horrible people.
Unlike most of the party games you’ve played before, Cards Against Humanity is as despicable and awkward as you and your friends.
The game is simple. Each round, one player asks a question from a Black Card, and everyone else answers with their funniest White Card.
And it is distributed under a Creative Commons license, meaning it is not only free to play, but remixing, and changing the game are more than just encouraged.
The official hard copy has been sold out for a while now, but a PDF of all the cards, and instructions distributed by the creators for making your own deck can be found here.
You’re welcome, and enjoy!
Scott brought this home today. You can answer every subject card with Kanye West.
I do own this. From the cards, it looks much better than apples to apples could ever be.
I would like this.
I NEED IT
This is perfect.
guys look at the pdf it’s so fucking funny
oh my fucking god
I want this in my life.
Get a giant telephoto lens.
Start zoomed all the way out.
Step back a few feet and zoom in so the object is the same size.
Or it’s witchcraft and we need to set this photographer on fire.
Also known as the “Hitchcock Pull” or the “dolly zoom,” this technique was pioneered by Irmin Roberts and was famously used in Alfred Hitchcock’s film “Vertigo.”
It should be used a lot more, honestly.
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