Wait, tha hell? that's not the image I posted
let's try this again
You a scrub, boy.
I knew you were all here.
I could smell your arousal.
Reading Ten Years and Twenty Days. Is good.
You sure get trips a lot! It's as if you're carrying the light of the gods; yea, sun-kissed.
I'm doing incredibly well! It's a lazy Sunday and all I have to do is furfag, play with the mini-Radzyn and mow the lawn.
Life is glorious.
But, how are you?
Anyone lurking, or am I just wasting my upload?
Woke up from my nap and drink coffee, so not bad.
Sounds fun and relaxing. I have to go to work of mowing lawn at 7am tomorrow.
How big is your lawn?
I mow parks for the city. Pretty chill. If I can remember to protect myself from the sun.
A one big enough so I can use a driveable one. Im just wondering if it would be wise to wake up at like 3am, go to work at 7am, and go to sleep earlier.
Dont know what to expect apart from the fact that I dont have a person staring after me 24/7.
Sounds like a pretty posh job honestly.
I know I do, I just haven't bothered to organize anything in my fur folder, so if I stumble across it, I'll post it.
I actually have no bears, just realised actually blimey
I agree though, anyone got bears? I will post more Pumzie in the meantime
The whole city stares at us.
It is, for summer work. Nobody works too hard.
Government workers and all that.
Its not a city here. Only a small place.
Do you mean the girl in the pic?
has something to do with second life, I dunno
Not sure. I just saved it because I liked it.
Right, right. I was actually referring to me and my fellows mowing. There're a lot of parks.
But, for the most part working without a supervisor around is nice. You know your abilities and can get things done as needed.
Anyone know how to get ST4 to work? Always gives me 'invalid thread url'
Only thing Im a bit annoyed about is the work time, would prefer just that I get the job done.
She is...stunning. Wow!
Why would you wake up at 3am, though?
To have some time to do things before work? (Internets/breakfast/coffee/etc)
I have to kill a lot of time just driving around the city. I hate it, would rather just work through. But ya gotta do what you have to.
Most of these are different ladies. The last few demon-y things.
Dodge the heat, I would assume.
We won't tell anybody if you don't!
Demon shapeshifts into this, iirc.
Oops. Indeed, I linked different ladies.
I love the smell of sex!
whoah i didn't realise that was a comic, god's work anon
Just a 2 page set up :p
have another one by the same artist Kame3
The end of hope is the end of man.
I'm right there with you.
on the road right now so can't contribute much.
will be home and able to post in about 2 hours
Good taste, anon!
That's a long ride to get home!
Come back to us safely.
I don't know where he lives, but I can tell you from living in New Mexico that, often, it takes 1-2 hours minimum to go anyplace worthwhile if you live out here. Unless you're in ABQ, in which case it depends on which lights you catch and how many idiots cut you off.
He lives in Germany. Not sure exactly where, though!
I'm just very, very spoiled with a 15 minute commute.
When I was a very small child, we moved to a place called Hobbs in New Mexico.
I thought it was a cool place (being only 4). Coming from New Orleans, I had never seen snow and it looked awesome.
I have snow every winter. Its not that funny anymore..
As a Brit I've never known of interstate or giant roadtrips. The longest one I've ever taken was a 4 hour one to Plymouth from London.
I'm glad you were a kid and couldn't realize how terrible it was. Well, maybe it's gotten worse since then, but it is New Mexico we're talking about.
What's fun is when you have, in the same year, 115 degree heat followed up by a legitimate blizzard three months later that leaves sheets of ice on the road because it would warm up JUST enough to melt and then freeze hard within a couple of hours. The snow did make the shithole of Clovis look pretty for a while, though. And then it was into the 50s a few weeks later.
The snow I speak of is not so bad - the area we are talking about is a desert.
In North America, it snows in some deserts. The snow is so light and doesn't stay on the ground for very long. It's very dry and it's very pretty.
It's very dry because desert. It's not the gets-muddy-and-dirty and stays on the ground for 6 months slop that other places get.
I have lots of snow every winter. I like it, even if it's a nightmare in some ways.
I had 10 hour roadtrip once, dont recommend it..
Ah. I just personally dont like pushing watery snowsludge what weighs like a ton around.
This. In 'Murka, you can go from desert to grassland to hills to legitimate mountains and back in a few hours' time. Northern and parts of western New Mexico is this way, as is Colorado.
You have to catch it a few times as it comes down. Or soon thereafter.
Waiting for all 16 inches to pile up or for it to warm up.
Driving from MN to Montana is a lot of fun flat. For hours and hours.
My wife's friends (married couples themselves) are from up north and always rent a condo on the beach in a place called Oak Island, North Carolina.
From New Orleans to Oak Island is like 14 hours, but we have an infant with us this time, so not sure if it will take us longer.
We went last year and had a blast. Got all sexy with a rich tan. Dat white sand, dat clear water...
Sorry, I'm rambling