Name: Ty Gal
Age: 16-18 (Exact age unknown)
Sexual interest: Unknown
Weight: 169 LBs
Maskan Race: Animal
Mask: Her mask is very feline in appearance, with a golden top section and a white bottom section, and resembles a mixture between a lion and a tiger in facial structure. Black stripes accent the top section, and a black feline nose rests where a cat’s nose would be. Beneath the closed lips are razor-sharp teeth, and behind the mask is a mane of blood-red hair like a lion’s. Completing the lion-tiger motif, her eyes are located in the same place, and are jade orbs with pupils that can
My Little Pony
I used to wonder what this show could be
My Little Pony
Until I became a brony
Won't shut up
About this damn show
Forget my friends
Should've just quit!
It's an easy trap
And I think I'm gonna snap!
Dammit My Little Pony!
I want all of my old best friends!
Hello. My name is YRPOtaku169, but you can call me Y-Tak. I am pleased to welcome you to The Fetish Fan, a review of various movies, books, televisions shows, and other instances involving the fetishes you read SIS Magazine for!
Today, I will be reviewing The Birdcage, the 1995 film starring Robin Williams, who recently got some popularity with a zany Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time for the Nintendo 3DS that included his daughter, Zelda, Nathan Lane, currently starring as Gomez Addams in a Broadway musical comedy adaptation of The Addams Family, and Gene Hackman, whose most recent film is Welcome to Mooseport…all the way
I know, I know. I'm horrible at keeping promises. I keep finding excuses. I'm a no-good watcher with delusions of grandeur.
But I'm going to keep trying. Maybe not with Dark Desire Clan, but something.
So let's start with a poll and see what you all want.
Welp, I'm now a CORE Member, and I think it's high time for me to put out some of the new art I've commissioned over the past year. Also, new cards for possible future fanfic projects, mainly in collaboration with Yu-Gi-Oh! 2099, will be en route sho ...
On September 15th, we lose that wonderful clause that allows for ISPs (Internet Service Providers) to not charge us extra for our traffic or site choices: net neutrality.
But if you're an American citizen, you can help fight this!
In fact, it's really simple.
1. Click here: http://www.fcc.gov/comments
2. Go to "14-28 Protecting and Promoting the Open Internet" (Direct Link: http://apps.fcc.gov/ecfs/upload/display?z=qsp2r ) and make sure 14-28 is in the Proceeding Number.
3. Fill out the form and comment "I want Internet service providers classified as common carriers." (I added Net Neutrality must be upheld to promote diversity and compe