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Does this guy know what kind of arcade games Art plays?

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cenaris
The Old Wolf
Timeheart
GdoubleWB
Garadun
Nighthawke
extraintelligence
Hawke
Sponiac
HSishi
vevans0009
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DarkAngel

DarkAngel
Does this guy know what kind of arcade games Art plays? SA_0827_small

Yeeeah, you might wanna skip this one, little guy, as Art bears a slight dislike (as in taking great pleasure in gunning them down) for cupids.
Wouldn't really put it past Kat either.

BenRG

BenRG
I just think this is proof (if proof were ever needed) of how accomplished Art and Kat are in the fine art of denial. They don't even notice the pinpricks anymore unless something really exceptional is happening.

vevans0009

vevans0009
Oh, they cared about each other. They are not in a rush. This is just not a proper time for it.

So, better luck next time you bizarre winged, arrow shooting freak!!!

HSishi


The working arrows missed Wink .

Sponiac


Art once hoped for love like all of us, but then he took an arrow to the knee?

Hawke


There is so much that could go wrong if this isn't a one off...

...or go right...

depending on your opinion...

DarkAngel

DarkAngel
Sponiac wrote:Art once hoped for love like all of us, but then he took an arrow to the knee?
Laughing I didn't even notice that!
You'd think that with all the time I waste spend playing Skyrim...

extraintelligence

extraintelligence
Some preemptive fridge brilliance:

It doesn't work because they're already in love. Cupid's arrows are as redundant as trying to make the ocean wet with a bucket of water.

Nighthawke

Nighthawke
Temper, temper!

Poppa Spank....

*SWAT!*


*SWAT!*


*SWAT!*

Garadun

Garadun
extraintelligence wrote:Some preemptive fridge brilliance:

It doesn't work because they're already in love. Cupid's arrows are as redundant as trying to make the ocean wet with a bucket of water.

Well said! *claps* Very Happy

http://drofdemonology.deviantart.com/

GdoubleWB

GdoubleWB
DAMMIT YOU TWO, JUST SHTUP EACH OTHER ALREADY AND GET IT OVER WITH!

Timeheart

Timeheart
Here's a thought for ya cupid. Your arrows might not work on people who are already in love? it would make sense since they care a lot for one another.

The Old Wolf

The Old Wolf
Seriously, watching these two is almost more painful that Remains of the Day.It's like Would you PLEASE hook up already, you know you're nuts about each other. Poor cupid... I feel your pain.
Does this guy know what kind of arcade games Art plays? Old_Wolf_Tilt

cenaris

cenaris
Maybe they're..."buddies"? Notice how they never hook up with each other or anyone else and they do all their "stuff" off panel?

Riikano-Alinaris


Why do I recognize a bit of JJ in Cupid's face?

Moonman

Moonman
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EmfinnFZ


Riikano-Alinaris wrote:Why do I recognize a bit of JJ in Cupid's face?

Seconded for "I just logged back in to make the same observation"...

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CyberCorn Entropic

CyberCorn Entropic
extraintelligence wrote:Some preemptive fridge brilliance:

It doesn't work because they're already in love. Cupid's arrows are as redundant as trying to make the ocean wet with a bucket of water.
That's my thought, too. Love is more than the three-year window of infatuated passion we typically think of it as. There's also the more muted, but long-lived and reliable love that (hopefully) comes after the infatuation love. Art and Kat appear to be in that stage. This is a good thing since it means they're more likely to stay together if they ever decide to take the next step.

Of course, taking the next step should be done with all due care because, if the current sexual tension is improperly released, there's a strong chance of shark-jumping. Of course, lots of troubles can arise between interracial romances, so what sort of troubles would arise when one of the parties is feline?



I do like that Jolly Jack portrayed Cupid with a Greco-Roman sort of kilt-type clothing instead of a diaper. (I found out, with my version of Cupid, that the diaper kept looking more and more ridiculous as time went on, especially when one takes into account that he's been married and has had at least one daughter since Roman times.) I wonder if Jolly Jack has plans for Psyche (she with the butterfly wings) showing up.

http://www.freewebs.com/roadstripe/index.htm

Riikano-Alinaris


EmfinnFZ wrote:
Riikano-Alinaris wrote:Why do I recognize a bit of JJ in Cupid's face?

Seconded for "I just logged back in to make the same observation"...

That proves we are right.

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