Da Red Zone

captainhostile said: After watching you and the gang play CAH, I was wondering what your sense of humor is like?

Witty/clever. Cheesy. Puns n dad jokes. Political incorrectness. I do appreciate low-brow humor, but there has to be SOME kind of thought behind it. I will never see a word and laugh just due to the word existing. It’s all about the execution~ N’ styyyyyyyle

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artisticalassassin:

cryaotic replied to your post “i must say i’m a huge fan of the “French” additions to my RE6 drawing…”

I asked Red to simply add a French flag - she stepped up her game.

good goin’ Red, ‘s beautiful

I dropper’d yer colors and tried to keep it your style. Glad you like it! It was inspired by what Cry did in paint to my place-holder thumbs, so I can’t take ALL the credit. ;3

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banozac:

Hey yo Red bbycakes 

We done made you a thing because we love you and you’re a pretty cool lady as far as people go. And we go all the way to the moon so that’s actually pretty far, man. Uh. This has got a whole bunch of people in it. ‘S got 

helloyesthisiscarlos

cryaoticpolice

danielbpc

jessica129yo

omeglekat

blueboxoftime

m3lzar

the-name-is-marti

ladyredsama

Nelson

nerusake

crimesolvingpandas

tehawesomeepicness

yadie-chan

ME

Yea. They all says names in thing so. 

AND I AM SO SORRY FOR THE AUDIO QUALITY I AM REALLY LOUD AND EVERYONE ELSE ISN’T I DON’T HAVE FANCY TECHNOLOGY

Gais. Gais. That was an adorable thing to wake up to. Thank you so so much. Russ and I both had a good giggle. I feel very loved.

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Woke up this morning to a ton of ‘are you ok’ messages and reports about he-said-she-said during the stream last night. I think it’s extremely sweet that so many people care about my well-being, but nobody has to worry. I’m fine, my friends are fine and they understand me, and I have never once been a part of the stream for any other reason than the fact that those are my pals and they mutually want me around. If people are gonna say stuff, then I’m not going to ever take it personally unless the judgement comes from someone I know and respect.

Let haters hate. Won’t phase me none, and nobody has to stress on my behalf. All is well with the Red. Hope yer havin’ a good Sunday, errbuddy. Let’s get back to the good stuff now.

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ladyredsama:

What if Reds hair actually turned into fire when she was mad.

It does.

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Tomodachi Life. …Or is it poetry?

I do not apologize for the raw footage, as I am an ameture without editing software at the moment.

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My Grandfather

It’s not that he’s my grandfather. He’s a legend, and I wish that more people knew he existed before his time comes. In 8th grade, it was an English assignment to write a biography about a family member. It turned out that, at that time, I’d only known a fraction of my grandfather’s escapades. He used to tell me things like how he and his fighter pilot buddies would just hop in a jet and blast off to Argentina for a certain brand of Pistachio nuts …before flying to Spain to eat them at a bull fight. In my youth, I thought is was another tall tale told by a typical grandfather.

Those were not tall tales.

At the age of 17, he ran away from home and joined the Canadian Air Force. The US age minimum was 18 and he could not wait. He married soon, and his wife eventually gave him seven children. He joined the US Air Force years later and it became his glory days. He reached the colonel ranking, not before seeing some conflicts he survived and many did not, remarried, had 2 more kids, finished serving the military and became the manager of an oil company (forget his official title, but it was “nice suit” worthy). Then he remarried AGAIN, had two more kids, retired with wealth, became a crop-dusting pilot for funsies, and watched his family grow, ever in support of each and every one of them, until he could physically no longer work.

That’s the short-hand of it. If you want stories, well, none of them are tall tales, but they’re still all a little too crazy for mortal men to comprehend…

I love my grandfather. You would probably love him too.

Why yes, this post had no real reason to be written.

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Anonymous said: Any chance you guys show up at SGC in Dallas this weekend?

russmoney:

russmoney:

MAN, I really wanted to go, believe me.  But, nahh…

EDIT:  Since Red got wind of this shindig going down, she and I will probably be there on Sunday!

I’m a wild card.

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I wish I could romance any of the Dwarf companions in the Dragon Age series. All the pretty boys with their high and mighty opinions makes it really hard to get into ‘em, but the Dwarves all have amazing senses of humor and tell stories. <3

I doubt anything will change for that when Inquisition comes out, but a gal can hope.

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fallenwalk said: Hello, miss Red. I was paging through your blog (I am a fan of the Late Night crew and discovered it only recently), and a post you made a while back intrigued me. I wish I still had the page open, but it said something similar to: "Most of what I feel/think/do is instinctive, so it's hard to explain to people." If I may, I would like to ask a question, the answer to which need not be elaborate. When you "think", do you have an inner monologue? Specifically, do you think with your voice?

I think in several different voices, sometimes multiple at a time saying opposing things or insisting different perspectives. Still, it doesn’t help me think any less instinctively because I can’t usually tell which one is right, and I must continue to move and operate and decide on things regardless. People kept telling me in the past to trust myself when it came to this confusion, because they thought I was a generally good person. I suppose, to them, that meant that I would always do generally decent things.

I dunno about all that. Morals are a controversial topic. If you wanna compare me to a serial killer, then of course I’m decent. A Saint? Not even close (What’s good about the Catholic Church anyway through most of its history?). It’s all relative, so I kind of just do what I know to do, and I try not to step on many toes. That is on the foundation of instinct, in my opinion.

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