Oddy's outrageous photos?

Discussion in 'User Created Art' started by Oddrun, Jul 27, 2013.

  1. Druid of Lûhn

    Druid of Lûhn The Little Lamb.

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    You would be a very sweet and clever fat, bald 50 year old Bulgarian. :)

    Sparrow when giving directions: (cue scottish accent) “You can take a left, but you'll never take my freedom!” heheheh :D
     
  2. Stormborn

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    I love your photos Oddy, Please post some more eyecandy!
     
  3. Oddrun

    Oddrun I speak languages.

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    I only wrote "outrageous" to keep the alliteration (after Druid's Dreadful drawings and Stormy's Silly photographs) :p And yes, walks here are fun!

    Yay, thanks, Julie! :)

    Haha, I tried to imagine that and it was hilarious! :D

    Thankies! I certainly will :)
     
  4. Turambar

    Turambar Harebrained Staff Member

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    lol - you know I am a sucker for your work, Oddy :)

    I really like the one where the goat is going for a bit of hirsutism - slightly overexposed, but it works :D

    The texture pics are top notch as well, especially the ivy one, I really like that one...
     
  5. Druid of Lûhn

    Druid of Lûhn The Little Lamb.

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    Do you mean the dog? There is no goat.

    You got me to admire Oddy's photos again though, which I am pleased that I did. I must compliment you once more, Oddrun, on your great pictures.
     
  6. Turambar

    Turambar Harebrained Staff Member

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    Do not try and bend the goat. That's impossible. In stead, only try to realise the truth. ;)

    ... on second glance, yes, you might be right. There is no DNA test at hand, but I would be willing to concede here...



    doh!
     
  7. Sparrow

    Sparrow Well-Known Member

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    ah-ha!.. you were stereotyping people who live in Argentina; that there would actually be stray goats walking about like it's some third world country.:)
    That's something I don't think I've ever seen in my life, a goat outside of a petting zoo or farm.
     
  8. Oddrun

    Oddrun I speak languages.

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    Thanks, Tur and Druid (again)! :)

    I haven't seen any stray goats here (although I've seen goats on the streets of Mexico City and Guatemala City) but I saw 9 wild guinea pigs the other day :D
     
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    Sparrow Well-Known Member

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    I'm picturing them circling you, nine very hungry guinea pigs.:)
     
  10. Turambar

    Turambar Harebrained Staff Member

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    man. No one got my Matrix reference. And there I was thinking it was quite droll... *shakes head*

    Cabras y burros, I tell ya :p

    Wild and guinea pigs... two words I never thought to find in one sentence.

    Reminds me. I found a recipe for guinea pig in a cook book somewhere . Apparently, for such exotic meat, it's pretty easily obtained in our country....
     
  11. S.J. Faerlind

    S.J. Faerlind Flashlight Shadowhunter

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    *gasps*
    *hides guinea pig in the closet*
    Nothing to see here.....!!!!
     
  12. Oddrun

    Oddrun I speak languages.

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    Haha, I only wrote "wild" so you wouldn't think they were the domestic ones :p In Spanish they're called apereas but in English it's apparently Brazilian guinea pig.

    [​IMG]

    In Peru guinea pig meat is a common dish. I wanted to try it but didn't want to order a whole one just for myself so in the end I didn't. I tried alpaca meat though ;)
     
  13. Druid of Lûhn

    Druid of Lûhn The Little Lamb.

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    I got it straight away (“Don't try to bend the spoon...”) but didn't want to SPAM Oddy's thread.
     
  14. Turambar

    Turambar Harebrained Staff Member

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    Meh.

    Let's say I'm a mod. I attach mirrors to my scooter. Complementing me on a pun well done isn't spam. That's reaffirming natural order :D


    Ok.... yeah.... enough spam about matrices. Let's have some more pics from south of the Tropic of Capricorn.
     
  15. Druid of Lûhn

    Druid of Lûhn The Little Lamb.

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    So if I got this correct then, Oddy was attacked by:

    / guinea-pig guinea-pig guinea-pig \
    | guinea-pig guinea-pig guinea-pig |
    \ guinea-pig guinea-pig guinea-pig /

    Sorry, I couldn't resist it, whilst remaining on topic.
     
  16. Oddrun

    Oddrun I speak languages.

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    I present to you... the Captain ^^

    [​IMG]

    And that's where he lives (Can you spot him? See how tiny he is! 55cm long, though, a bit longer than the aquarium. Amazing, isn't it? :>):

    [​IMG]
     
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  17. Overread

    Overread Wolfing it up! Staff Member

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    Awws he 's a very cute little snake! Esp all curled up in his tank!

    Is that as big as he gets or is it a case that one day you wake up and he's an anaconda sized snake? ;)
     
  18. Oddrun

    Oddrun I speak languages.

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    Haha, well, he will grow bigger and longer (up to 120 cm or so), but not super huge ;D He's 6 months old so he's still very young.
     
  19. S.J. Faerlind

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    Awww....
    What kind of snake is he?
    He looks a lot like the little garter snakes that run wild around here. :)
     
  20. Oddrun

    Oddrun I speak languages.

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    Yes, it is indeed a Thamnophis :D Thamnophis proximus, to be precise, a ribbon snake :)
     
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