Muddle-headed Kay (mhw) wrote,
Muddle-headed Kay
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*eyebleed*

Found in bad_rpers_suck: A Dictionary for RPers.

It's so, so bad I thought it had to be a parody. Apparently it's not. It's real, it's in sick pink on black, and it's bad bad BAD.

I worry for anyone who thinks that labias (sic) is a synonym for lips. Will they walk into Boots and ask for a tube of labiagloss?

Capon = Stallion? Mmm-hmmm.

And the finale?

The End Result
Which sounds better?:

*The gray mare canters over the hill and she greets NightHawk*

*º*silver'd femmora canters fluidly over collis and raises visage, letting out joyful clarion call to the steed dubbed NightHawk*º*


*shudder* I wish I'd gone to bed and missed seeing this.
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