Feelings Will Grown On You...

5th Dec 2011, 7:00 AM
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Feelings Will Grown On You...
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bbedlam 5th Dec 2011, 7:00 AM edit delete
bbedlam
So for those who wondered what Aphrodite and The Spirit of the Forest talked about, now you know. All to set up a terrible, terrible pun.

As for what Artus and Aphrodite talked about, tune in Wednesday.
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White Owl 5th Dec 2011, 11:41 AM edit delete reply
White Owl
I guess the Spirit will be leafing? Nice to see him branching out to others. I guess the bush will now be an old flame? Stop me!! HELLLPPPP!!!
leyna 5th Dec 2011, 2:02 PM edit delete reply
leyna
Speaking of fronds, is there a reason why you use two different ones when the Spirit of the Forest speaks and the Burning Bush speaks?
leyna 5th Dec 2011, 2:04 PM edit delete reply
leyna
Maybe they will just remain close fronds..
Invader.Socks 5th Dec 2011, 4:06 PM edit delete reply
Invader.Socks
The word "leafing" isn't in the Burning Bush's fernacular. He's very dis-sap-pointed at the Spirit of the Forest's decision.
RazorD9 5th Dec 2011, 6:26 PM edit delete reply
RazorD9
Heard of barking up the wrong tree...

It's a pun worthy of going to Pun Hell for. Well save you a spot if I can.
bbedlam 5th Dec 2011, 6:47 PM edit delete reply
bbedlam
@WhiteOwl - I'm sure there is still a romance smoldering under all this, but the Bush isn't an old flame yet. The fire may still burn though.

@leyna - I like to have some of the characters "sound" different than others. It's also why the word balloon for the Spirit looks different. Just planting the seed that he speaks in an accent.

@leyna - frondship takes a while to grow. Have to see if it takes root first.

@Invader.Socks - I beleaf you need to seek immediate tree-tment.

@RazorD9 - You bet your grass he is!
White Owl 5th Dec 2011, 10:37 PM edit delete reply
White Owl
Not being gender centric here--but why do we assume the Burning Bush is a he and not a she? For that matter, Why do we assume the Spirit of the Forest is a he?

And Why do I have the idea that Artus and Aphrodite's discussion will be more "sub lingual?" Will there be a naked discussion of the facts?
bbedlam 6th Dec 2011, 5:06 AM edit delete reply
bbedlam
@WhiteOwl - I've always assumed the bush to be somewhat androgynous, but mostly male. The Spirit of the Forest definitely appears to be male to me though.