Fluffy Cutesytoots

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Fluffy Cutesytoots

Post by ClassyAmoeba » Mon Jun 01, 2015 12:00 am

I saw this earlier, and I thought, challenge accepted.
I could throw syllables at the wall randomly, but it'll quickly become apparent that's what I'm doing when you find the huge scaly predator species called the "Fluffy Cutesytoots".
- Quasar

Introducing my version of Fluffy Cutseytoots:
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Make your own and share it in Quasars image.
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Re: Fluffy Cutesytoots

Post by 20 characters! » Mon Jun 01, 2015 12:14 am

If only my main computer was working, I have some creatures that resemble candy canes with beaks and feet that I would love to share with you.

Oh, and once it starts working again I will start translating some of my creatures Latin names, and there will be complete ridiculousness.
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