Tried one more time to get the Yogpack to work. Actually got it to load this time. Spawned on a little island and had about maybe 5 FPS. >.< I set all my graphics to as low as they could get, set my render distance to tiny but still too laggy. A shame too because I really liked the spawn area. If anyone who follows me plays the pack, here’s the seed if you wanna check it out. I’m pretty sure I copied it correctly.
Should spawn you in the water right next to a tiny island off the coast of a larger jungle biome.
Sometimes, it’s the little things that make working in retail not so bad.
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Awwww man. I finally get around to installing the Yogscast complete pack and my computer just won’t run it. Crashes right when it tries to load the world. Guess 200+ mods is a little too much for my poor little laptop can handle. Guess I’ll just stick to Hexxit for now then.
Launching of a London Rat Cafe! - London Dungeon creates quirky cafe where customers can drink with rats in a bid to remodel their image.
London Dungeon – an enclave of spooky corridors and shock-tactic exhibits which looks at the darker side of the history of the capital city – is celebrating the opening of its Rat Café, and with it, the chance for guests to enjoy a nice mug of ‘Ratuccino’ or a slice of ‘Black Forest Rateux’.
Health and safety officials will be relieved to hear that neither food nor drink at the Rat Café includes rats as genuine ingredients – but willing guests can, if they so choose, enjoy both while the little creatures dash about the room, or even sit on their shoulders.
Although this unusual form of catering is largely for fun, there is also a mildly serious point to it – an attempt to rehabilitate the image of a much-maligned creature.
‘Rats have been tarnished with an undeserved reputation throughout history – from the Black Death of the Middle Ages to the great stink of Victorian times,’ says Hywel Mathias of London Dungeon. ‘We wanted to challenge those perceptions and show they are actually characterful and full of fun.’
‘Our café lets people get even closer, handle them, stroke them and really get to know them.’
Although the Rat Café was a one-off for a group of rat-loving guests, London Dungeon is considering making the idea a regular event.
‘Judging by first reactions, this pop-up rat café could become a regular date on the eccentric things to do calendar,’ Mr Hywel says.
I am going to go there!
Where we should have lunch on a Vulture trip to London.
Well now I know where I want to vacation to. Time to start saving up!
I don’t know how many of the people that follow me will care about this, but I just have to share this story of what happened at work today.
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Just got in from seeing Maleficent. I have to admit, I was pleasantly surprised. The costume and creature designs were awesome and make me want to draw some Fae of my own. I’m a real sucker for that kind of stuff. ^^
Some days I wish I had the courage to tell off my managers for some the shit they pull at work. >.< Gonna try and cheer myself up with some videos.
Next time a blocked number calls you answer like this: “Jim’s whore house. You got the dough, we got the hoe.”
Why does this not have any notes?
lol no “Nashville sperm bank, you squeeze it we freeze it. how may I help you?”
“Henderson’s Morgue, you stab em, we slab em, this is Eight Ball speaking.”
“Texas crematorium you kill ‘em we grill ‘em how can I direct your call?”
"Happy Helen’s Whore House, Happy Helen speaking, how may I help you?"
I should be sleeping but I can’t stop looking at dragons on Flight Rising. There are so many cute ones in the auction house!
Back in college I got into the website Gaia Online and got really into making characters based off of the outfits I made. To this day I still do that and recently I made this -
Which I decided looked like an RPG style item shopkeeper. Now I’ve decided to try and so a series of comics with her dealing with annoying adventurers in her store. I’ve got a couple sketches so far that I’m pleased with though I may regret giving her a plaid skirt. Still have to come up with a name for her too.