I like daffodils a lot. Apparently they symbolize forgiveness (as long as there’s more than one, because a single daffodil represents misfortune?). I also read that they have a compound in them that’s used to treat Alzheimer’s.
Also, there was a need for more flower crowned Billy, so he gets forgiveness flowers in sunny colors to go with his giant heart
and now I’ll stop killing you with my soppiness*
4th December - Ru Paul’s Drag Race (Season Five)
I’ve never actually watched Ru Paul’s Drag Race but I am absolutely and unashamedly in love with drag queens AND reality t.v competitions so it’s obvious that’d I swallow all fourteen forty-minute episodes whole in less than a week. There was everything you’d expect from 1) indulgent reality t.v and 2) phenomenal drag: over-the-top costumes, dramatic make-up, big personalities, rivalries, cliques, love interests and lip-syncing. Not a minute after season five’s finale ended was I watching season one on Netflix. Love it.
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27th November - Sepulchre
Another short point-and-click horror available for free play online. Mr Lang, a young professor of obscure architecture awakens on an eerily empty train with oddly faded memories of where he’s travelling or who he even really is. A beautifully animated, exceptionally voice-acted (though there’s a few issues with sound quality) recalling Silent Hill’s awkward yet unsettling vocal performances and surprisingly complex for a half an hour play-through. Another short free-play game that’ll leave you feeling…strange and more than a little disturbed.
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