This note was motivated by my husband's response in this GameCola article, as well as his current playthrough of Tomb Raider 3.
I asked my husband what he wanted for a note, and he said "something aesthetically pleasing." I translated that to mean "anatomically inaccurate mermaid."
What? You want a bad Wolverine joke? Well I aim to please...
Does no one else think of these things? I'm playing as a cat, who is wearing armor made from fish-people. It's obviously food.
My husband and I watched A Fish Called Wanda for the first time a few months ago. I was kind of scarred by the live-fish-eating scene.
My husband and I sat down last year to watch the first season of Squid Girl on Netflix. It's super-cute, doesn't take itself too seriously, and is chock-full of puns. While it doesn't have the most inventive or introspective plot line, it is great casual fluff entertainment.
"Doooooooooooo, doot-do, doot-do, do-do do-do do-do-dooooo...."
Although, if he can travel through sewers into non-existent kingdoms full of talking mushrooms, ineffective royalty, magical fursuits, and petulant turtles, I think he can find his way out of this bowl.
This is the logical outcome of a meeting between Arrietty and Ponyo.
My name is Shannon, and I draw silly things.
"You're not a guitar, but you're still my hero"