Satan could learn a thing or two from them, I swear.
I don’t really talk about this stuff any more because it causes too much drama.
Personally I don’t care that he’s around, he pisses off and shows the true colours of people that told me I wasn’t a “true” fan for over a year because I didn’t support Lea’s relationship with Cory.
And that’s the only opinion I have really, just relax about it anon. :)
I’m going to end up rolling around on the floor if I think about this more than I already have.
But the question is, is Quinn the faceless woman living in her house that is a little obsessed with her?
Thanks Nadine! I’m glad you didn’t seem to end up in a deep watery photoshop grave since you made it out to wish me a happy birthday.
Thank you Paul, I will consider you trying to stick with Night Vale a fitting brithday present from you. Wink wink nudge nudge.
It’s still my birthday in america, let’s ignore what it is here… even if I am about to go to sleep >_>
*cuddles* thank you
I can’t see them on here! D:
Mhmm I really enjoyed the explanation we got for a lot of things in the prequel. The difference in the way black magic was treated back then was really interesting to see.
I want to pick up the new book but I’m holding off because I know I’ll enjoy reading these first and the new one will be cheaper when I’m done, haha. But you just made me want to push myself to continue more thanks to the lesbian characters, thanks anon!
I read The Ambassador’s Mission, but I’ve yet to read the other two. I was actually thinking of starting the second tonight because I just ordered the third. Did I totally forget the lesbians in the first of the sequel trilogy or are they not in it until the second/third?
Also yay, I’m glad you liked them!