In alphabetical order. Just type "are there" and then a letter.
Like I did.
"Are there any words without vowels?"
Dn't knw. Cnslt sm thr prsn.
"Are there black Amish people?"
Dunno. I get most of my info from the internet, and we all know the Amish don't have internet.
"Are there calories in sperm?"
...apparently this is a common question.
"Are there dogs in heaven?"
Don Bluth seems to think so.
"Are there earthquakes on the moon?"
Of course not.
"Are there fat vegetarians?"
Of course not. Fat people are jolly, and vegetarians are never jolly.
"Are there girls on Chatroulette?"
HAHAHA you lonely lonely man. No, there are not. But don't let that stop you.
"Are there humans on other planets?"
I'mma go with no.
"Are there interstates in Alaska?"
Alaska is part of the United States. There should be some sort of interstate travel, right?
"Are there jails on cruise ships?"
No, silly! It's called the brig!
"Are there Kangaroos in Africa?"
Sure, why not?
"Are there leeches in Texas?"
'Round these parts we call those mooching red-neck in-laws.
"Are there Mexicans in Japan?"
"Are there nice ghosts?"
He's gonna catch 'em all cuz he's Danny Phantom.
"Are there otters in the gulf of Mexico?"
Not anymore *BAH DUM TSSSHT*
"Are there pink dolphins?"
Why is this such a popular question???
"Are there any results for 'q' in Google search?"
Nope. I checked
"Are there roads in Venice?"
Depends on the tide.
"Are there snipers on the White House?"
Maybe. You never see them until it's too late.
"Are there ties in the world cup?"
I'll have to check that out.
WITH MY VUVUZELA!!!! *HOOOONK*
"Are there unicorns in the Bible?"
Sure, why not?
"Are there viruses on facebook?"
I'm been asked not to say by the voices in my computer.
"Are there worms in pork?"
"Are there zoos in Africa?"
Why would there be...oh, right, for the kangaroos.
This was fun and weird at the same time.
I do these on deviantART a lot.
1. What is your OC's name?
Mosyk te Eytu Jakesully'itan (Eytu for his grandfather Eytukan, and Na'vi do this whole "son of" and "daughter of" thing)
3.What is their age?
4.Date of birth?
...13 years after the movie (2167?)
5. What is their Chinese Zodiac sign?
6.Does he/she believe in magic?
Eywa is magic sort of. He believes in a bunch of things.
7.What is their outlook on life?
Mosyk: Never stop trying and do your best.
8.What is your favorite quote of your OC? ( Favorite thing they ever said )
"You have a plan?" Jake asked curiously, "Mosyk, you can't plan for these things. That's not how it works. If you don't feel it, then maybe Tanhi just isn't the right girl."
"Then who is? I was totally focused on Tanhi because I thought she was the one she has to be the one I can't handle it if she isn't I haven't even tried talking to any other girls because I was so sure she would be it now if I don't choose you have to choose for me and what if there isn't a 'one' and the girl you choose hates me and we live in horrible, horrible unhappiness and that makes it bad for the clan 'cause no one wants to be so unhappy-"
"Mosyk, Mosyk slow down!" Jake grabbed his son by the shoulders and gave him a small shake to get him to calm down and focus. "And try to breathe once in awhile. How long have you been thinking about this?"
Well, Rough Around the Edges is done and I'll finish posting it when I feel like it am able.
BUT, I have some deleted scenes from the story to share (don't worry, they're not spoilery anyway). They're just scenes that I couldn't find a place for/didn't really fit/were irrelevant to the plot and time- wasting.
So, let's get started.
DELETED SCENE ONE: Y'enit's Words
The sharp, medicinal smell of Ha'ni's hollow assaulted Mosyk's nose the moment he walked in. The smell always made him queasy, having learned to associate the various scents with disease and death rather than healing.
Mosyk the optimist at his finest.
"Y'enit?" He murmured, finally finding his reason for coming. He wanted to see her.
"Child," the old woman looked at him, her golden eyes dull and, Mosyk realized, holding none of the fierceness he had known before. Her voice was hoarse and quiet. "Mosyk, what are you doing here?"
"Visiting you," he said, looking at his feet, "if you want I'll leave--"
"No, no," Y'enit objected, "it's fine. Between you and me, it's very boring in here."
Mosyk smiled a bit, but continued, "when will you be better, Y'enit? I've asked Ha'ni, she won't answer me. You're not afraid of telling me the truth, are you?"
Y'enit frowned, holding back a fit of coughing to speak, "of course not. Mosyk, do you think a little chill will get to me?"
Mosyk didn't look at her. Y'enit swallowed hard, "come here, Mosyk." The young boy sat down next to her.
"Child, everything ends at some point. Rain, wind, and life. You understand that, don't you? Your mother taught you that. Life has to end sometimes, and things have to disappear, otherwise there wouldn't be room for anything new."
Mosyk shook his head, "you won't die, will you Y'enit? Not now..."
"I've lived a long life, Mosyk, and if Eywa decides today, tomorrow, or some other day that she wants me by her side, then I can't say no to her."
Tears ran down Mosyk's face, and he got up, "well she can wait! I still need you here. She already has my real grandmother, she can't take another!"
"Eywa did not take Mo'at to spite you," Y'enit said levelly, "it was her time. Those are selfish thoughts, Mosyk."
"I..." Mosyk couldn't think of a reply. Maybe he was being selfish, but he didn't care! Y'enit wasn't that old, she couldn't be that sick -- she had to be all right because he felt like she understood him the most. She wasn't well liked, but she had a good life anyway and was respected at least...
"I should go home." He said shortly, turning away.
"Perhaps you should, you seem tired," Y'enit said, not hiding her frustration with his attitude.
He could only hope he could apologize tomorrow.
Takes place: Well...before Y'enit dies.
Reason for Deletion: I just didn't like it. The interaction between Y'enit and Mosyk felt forced, and Mosyk just seemed a little too meek and cautious. Plus, he didn't really know Mo'at, she died when he was about two, so he wouldn't have mentioned how attached he had been to her because he wasn't.
And in the chapter after she dies, Neytiri sort of explains death to her son, and I wanted to give Neytiri a bigger part in the story where's she's acting like a mother instead of just disciplining him.
So it just didn't work in the story the way I wanted it to, so I nixed it.
DELETED SCENE TWO: Udrau Makes His Move.
"So..." Udrau muttered, sitting next to Mosyk at dinner that night.
"So?" Mosyk asked curiously, his voiced muffled through his mouth full of food.
"So, what about you and Tanhi, then? I mean, seeing as you and Endyna are a match made by Eywa herself--"
"We are not! She's my friend...and who said that was any of your business anyway?"
"Well I was wondering if you were done, uhm, courting Tanhi -- which wasn't going well anyway--"
"Hey!" Mosyk said.
"--maybe I could try?" Udrau pressed on, ignoring Mosyk's protest.
Mosyk was torn. He wasn't interested in Tanhi anymore, to be quite honest, but Udrau just didn't seem right for her, seeing as his history was a little sketchy.
"I'm going to take your silence as a 'go for it'," Udrau said smugly.
Mosyk stuffed his mouth again to keep from replying.
Takes place: During chapter 19
Reason for Deletion: Humorous, and maybe nice for a little breather for all the stuff that will come up later, but I really needed to get on with the story. Plus, I was grasping at straws to get an argument for Mosyk as to why Udrau shouldn't try and court Tanhi. There was really no legitimate reservations to have.
Don't get me wrong, I adore Udrau, and he turned out to be a much more interesting character than I had assumed he would be, but it was just a little too much filler and not enough substance, I didn't really want to build on any other relationship besides Mosyk and Endyna.
But he does get Tanhi in the end.
DELETED SCENE THREE: Feeding Time
Mosyk walked up to Nyra with trepidation, a few slabs of yerik meat in one hand, the other grabbing a branch near to him to keep him steady on the tree he had climbed to meet her.
"Uhm, here," he held out a slab of meat to her. She sniffed it and stared at him. "What?"
Nyra screeched, and Mosyk realized that, while he was holding it, she couldn't sink her teeth into it properly and would most likely drop it. He tossed it haphazardly into the air.
It flew in the wrong direction from which he had intended. Nyra looked at him dubiously as it fell to the ground.
"Hey, you can fly, you go get it!" He told her, frustrated.
Soon enough, Nyra screeched again and, with one swing of her tail Mosyk was knocked out of the tree and plummeted to the ground, landing in some soft grass.
"Oh, real mature! Go feed yourself!"
Looking at his hand, he realized he had left his other pieces of meat on the branch, leaving Nyra with plenty of food to enjoy.
Takes place: Just before Mosyk and Nyra really bond.
Reason For Deletion: This was supposed to show how much Nyra distrusts Mosyk, but it doesn't actually portray that at all. It's just Mosyk being a dumbass and Nyra being cheeky.
Plus, ikran can feed themselves, so...yeah. Unnecessary.
So, that's all I got! Hope you enjoyed those three tidbits from deep in the Phanny mind.
The creature cracked open one bleary yellow eye at the sound of footsteps.
"I shouldn't even be in here," a voice said, sounding venomous and angry. The creature's ears folded back in fear, "especially not to satisfy some rookie's curiosity."
Another voice met the creature's ears, "oh come on, you can't tell me about this and then not show me!"
There was a long pause. The creature pretended to sleep.
"They always knew genetic experiments were dangerous," the first voice continued, "but it took this thing," they were pointing at its cage, it knew it, "to make them stop."
"Can I look--" the second voice's words were cut off with a slap, "ow!"
"Don't touch it, don't even look it in the eye," the first voice said fiercely, "let's just go."
Go? No! The creature wanted--needed-- something to play with! It hadn't been out of the cage in so long, it needed something! It just wanted to play...to rip...tear...bite...
"What's wrong with it?"
"It's batshit crazy, that's what's wrong with it," the first voice said, "Avatars work, they keep Na'vi and human DNA pretty much separate and just link them temporarily...with this thing, though..." the voice trailed off, "they grafted both together almost seamlessly. They weren't as compatible as they thought. This thing is unpredictable, it likes to destroy shit."
"Why don't they kill it, then?"
"Dunno," the first voice sighed, "I dunno why they do anything these days. Let's get out of here, I'm going to lose my job."
They walked away. The creature whimpered.
'Essmose have name! Essmose want play! Human boring, Na'vi boring, Essmose both! Essmose better! Human don't know Essmose better -- Human scared. Essmose get out, Essmose break out of cage and prove it! One day...one day Essmose prove how much better he is than Na'vi or Human...one day they see! ONE DAY THEY SEE!'
Essmose was silent. His head was reeling -- one day he would get out. One day he would escape, and play the best game ever -- he'd like to see them try to catch him!
...I'm not sure what this guy is for. Maybe I'll write another Avatar story. Maybe I'll RP with him. He's just been hanging around my head for awhile.
I love blogging so much I feel the need to blog about it.
Hi friends! 8D
This is an obligatory test blog! I'll post interesting stuff at some point. I just looked up at the top of the page and saw "Phanny's Blog has no entries yet" and then I got a sad face.