|The freakish offspring of NaruTema, KibaTen, NaruIno, GaaHina, LeeAnko, ShinoSaku, DeiHina, ShikaAnko, ItaSaku, SasuHina, NejiIno, ChouTema, ShikaHina, and KankuHina.|
Subjective Humanity, Ch. 20One of the first things Captain Nara designed in his prototype ship, to precisely no one's surprise, was comfortable, home-y living quarters for himself and his crew. They may be living and working in the cold deadness of space, but they didn't have to be constantly reminded of it.Subjective Humanity, Ch. 20 by SpammishRice
Yet as soft as his deer suede couch was, or how plush the dense-pile carpeting was, Shino noticed his longtime friend was sitting like he was on a spiked bench.
The Aburame himself was situated cozily in a rather deep armchair, elbows on the rests and fingers clasped in front of his face, quietly observing his captain over the rims of his dark glasses. Not that Shikamaru would've noticed his audience, since he was staring raptly at his and Shino's communicators sitting silently next to each other on the coffee table.
He could understand his old friend's anxiety and frustration-because of their rank and deep involvement in the bio-android project, they were deemed invaluable, nearl
Subjective Humanity, Ch. 19They weren't even a full day off the boat and trouble was amiss already. Tenten had just received word from both Kiba and Captain Nara himself that not only were there known Sound associates prowling the Allied Space Station, but that the bio-androids were also roaming about as unknowing prey. And just to put on the pressure, they were relying entirely on the three reconnaissance team members already on the Station to find them and bring them back to dock immediately. She understood it was for subtlety's sake: She, Lee, and Moegi had previously-established and legitimate reasons for being there, and Shikamaru wanted to delay word spreading of the Keima's docking by not sending out a fully-armed search party.Subjective Humanity, Ch. 19 by SpammishRice
The brunette sucked in her lips and took a deep calming breath. For all his skill, ambition, and battle-savvy, Lee was not subtle. At all.
"TENTEN, WE MUST COMMENCE OUR SEARCH FOR THE FAIR LADIES OF HYUUGA AND
Midnight Sun CommentaryNotes: Okay, I know this isn't the usual format I do my Twilight parodies; but it will have to do. Red_Remmy and I were talking/sporking/and commenting way too fast for me to impliment some kind of structure. So anyway, Red_Remmy is spending the weekend with me and I've been telling her how awful the Twilight books are.Midnight Sun Commentary by BlueQuartzFoxy
Red: You don't have to tell me Blue, I already know of Meyer's abominations.
Me: Wow. So like you've had your sparkly vampire virginity stole?
Red: ...bitch don't make me choke you.
Anyway, what Red didn't know was that Midnight Sun- Meyer's fifth and 'supposedly' final book in the Twilight saga- had been leaked. I managed to nag Red into reading the chapters with me.
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Age: Older than your average anime nerd.
Hometown: San Francisco (3rd generation, not a lot of us nowadays)
Likes: Doodling, outdated slang, traditional Shirley Temples
Dislikes: Coloring comics, pretzels, voicemail
What I'm doing here: Nothing serious. Pretty much entirely fandom. I have a srs bsns 9-to-5 job, and this is where I get my kicks. My 'art' is simply an expression of my girlish glee over fictional characters. Would I like to improve my art? Of course. Am I looking to go pro? God no.
Other non-anime/manga fandoms I enjoy but are not included in my constant onslaught of Naruto crack: Doctor Who, Metalocalypse, Harry Potter, Glee, San Francisco Giants, Mass Effect