That was addressed at @Fox-Trot-9 you’ll have to read the earlier posts for it to make sense
oh, what does mild mean?
Well, in this context “mild” I guess means the opposite of “savage”
@Fox-Trot-9 Bubbles pop, that’s what they do But it’s okay, the ghost is gone. It’s perfectly safe to come down and also let your guard down, just for a second
That’s the Fantasy talk thread at the top of this club lol.
Stay up there then! But while you’re up there, did you have a suggestion for the drink list?
@FantasybkLover You mean it suffers from the same near fatal condition of inactivity? Because I found it also suffered from monosyllable-ism
It’s difficult because everyone in the same club I’m in except for one or two who are in school, are IN DIFFERENT TIME ZONES! XD
But seriously, I need sleep. It’s 12:30am here and I promised readers a new chapter today.
How are you?
I’m okay, everything hurts and I’m slowly dying
I don’t see the problem with time zones, in fact I prefer it, I have no interest in trying to maintain instant communications. I’m fine with waiting half a day or even a couple of days for a reply
Now go to sleep and stop procrastinating!
Hmmmm. Let me see. Green tea is fine with me!
Okay, then what kind of mythological creature would drink green tea?
Um, a 9-tailed fox.
Not one from the encyclopedia of mythological creatures, but I’ll allow it So is it like a hydra? You cut one tail of and two new grow back? Because I have a business ideas for making smart looking coats out of fox’s tails Oh, also what kind of alcohol goes in green tea
No, it’s not like a hydra! Fox tails are earned, not grown. And ew, coats made out of fox tails? Nooooooo! As for the last question, hmmmm. I’ll have to think on that one.
Edit: Maybe vodka.
Hello, welcome back to the coal mines
@Fox-Trot-9 Fox tails are soft and warm and fun to throw at people
But anyway here’s my suggestion:
The nine-tailed green tea fox toddy, comes with an optional to consume shot of vodka?
Lol. How is the writing going
Hey there, I’m new to the group. I’m not sure I’m doing this right, but…
A Korean water ghost. Bul gwisin, as they’re called.