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2010-10-27 - And so it begins

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yay got the stone dragon with the flickering wing

 

WB

That's definitely one of my favourites.

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Lol. biggrin.gif

I got a worm.

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I think that is a broom. smile.gif

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Lol. biggrin.gif

I got a worm.

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That's not a worm, it's a broom. D8 Like the kind you play Quidditch on!

 

EDIT: C-C-C-COMBO BREAKER

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am I the only one who thinks the pumpkin eggs look more gold than the gold eggs do? Lol, I was just thinking... Ignore me...

 

20 treats!! yay

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What is this????

Zoom in, it is a tipped over pot with white stuff spilling out

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I got a worm.

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It's a broom. A witches broom. Not a worm. Not a paintbrush. Not the nimbus 2000. Not the firebolt. It's a witches nobbly broom.

 

(nobbly is totally a word)

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"I think that's a broom" three times in a row. Nice jarb gais.

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It's a broom. A witches broom. Not a worm. Not a paintbrush. Not the nimbus 2000. Not the firebolt. It's a witches nobbly broom.

 

(nobbly is totally a word)

It's a comet two sixty! 8D

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Due to their tiny size, pygmies do not breed with other varieties of dragons, but select mates within their breed.

And yet they can breed with Pumpkins. Odd. blink.gif

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42 found so far, but I'm getting tired. smile.gif

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Yep and people stuffed glowing coals into them to keep them lit and scary smile.gif

Actually it was to ward off the evil spirits that supposedly arose during Hallow's eve. They collected pieces of the embers from a big bonfire made to ward the spirits off, and they would take it home in the turnip to put in their fire/wood place/stove to continue to ward them off.

 

They used turnips because the "holiday" originated in Europe, and pumpkins are not native to Europe. People started using pumpkins when they came to the Americas because they didn't have turnips and pumpkins were more convenient.

 

 

 

In other news, I got a rat, on a stick.

 

Brutal, but love it.

 

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Oh cool I found a black cat! user posted image

It's a cat cookie! :3

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