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And, she exhaled. The tension, the sorrow, the grief. She exhaled. Not because they deserved it, not because they, anything.
I lived in my own little world compared to those around me. People tended to avoid the guy that they considered to be weird. Not many people tried to communicate with me and those who did left me quickly whenever I spoke out my own truth. The only friend I had would listen to me no matter what I said or did. I decided to name my friend Ralph since that was my name as well. Our friendship was innocent enough since I did all the talking and strangely being a wild animal Ralph never did fly away. In fact he continued to come back everyday early in the morning.
The optimist Thinks he can swim, And jumps into the water. The pessimist Knows he can swim, But wears a floating donut.
Water is free, as of ocean and sea. It is calm until frightened, and sends waves that are heightened, If you watch her while she sleeps,
No matter what the setting or system, one thing every campaign needs is a good villain. A campy moustache twirler or femme fatale is good in an improvisational pinch but one needs to build a better villain and some point and introduce them, perhaps by having them be the underling of a more powerful foe. The villain arguably the most important NPC in your entire campaign, they likely exert the most influence on the PCs and as we will see later, they are just as crucial to the adventuring party as the individual members. Today we will look at three aspects that I feel help to make a bastard more dastardly. An antagonist must be relatable, they should have a cool lair, and if they are going to be a credible threat, they should have goals and a plan.
Although it can be found in the English-speaking countries, Asian countries have established reputations as producers of BL content. If you don't know what BL is or means, it stands for boys love. So, yes, it's LGTBQ in nature but, more often that not, is simply 2 young men realizing that the person meant for them has the same gender and the sharing of a long and relieved hug or the type of kiss Asian romances usually favor, BL or not. This means lips make contact but mouths don't move, upper body might make contact but lower does not, one person's hands touch the other person but the second person's don't, and often, as the realization comes as a shock to the other person, the eyes are wide open in a shocked expression and either remain that way or slowly close in acceptance.
I adored this book because there was a lot I could contemplate. As you know, I love these deep, meaningful, philosophically written over-the-top descriptions of minute details on which I can muse about for ages as opposed to quick plot scenes and/or dialogue that goes on forever. I prefer the long descriptions because of their ability to unlock a certain feeling inside me that normally, I feel increasingly difficult to access. I think it might be happiness, but I honestly don’t know. It’s almost sublime to feel it. Like I can shut my eyes after reading the description and really feel it going through my body, feeling like I’m there and I’m looking directly at this thoroughly with all the philosophical contemplation this thing or person is seeking. That is exactly what I did with “Mr. Palomar” by Italo Calvino. It was one of those special books that contained these very particular, long-winded and beautifully written descriptions that I loved, blended with a deep affection for life and observation.
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