Drakyndra, Evil Master of Fandom (drakyndra) wrote,
Drakyndra, Evil Master of Fandom

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The fact I seem to have conversations like this fairly regular probably says something about me

Back to Creative Writing I do go! Didn't quite manage to top last week in terms of Wednesday Weirdness - but then again, what would?

Instead we got to ponder the mysteries of the Post-Grad only lift (Seriously, how do they enforce that? What would happen if undergrads tried to use it? Do the Post-Grads have some secret hideout?)

Oh, and had a nice long discussion about the censorship guidelines for the Farrago (The Uni Magazine) from one of our class members. Which included discussions of such amusing incidents, such as downloading porn so people could trace it for illustrations. And having to use a protractor to measure the angles of penises in a photograph to ensure they aren't erect.

...Yeah, are all student magazines like that?

We also got such charming quotes as follow (from the tutor, no less):

- "Does it need a bit more psychotic violence?"
- "I would like a bit more violence to balance out the sex."

Oh, Creative Writing, never change.

ETA: Also saw most recent FMA:B episode. Recap episode, I know, but it could have been worse. Also the new OP and ED look glorious on shiny shiny fullscreen.

So, it was all a dream, got that. (Or to quote csakuras, "tripping out after drinking too much booze".)
And the recap stuff wasn't necessarily what Hohenheim was dreaming, just in show representation of what the dream discussion was on. And a reminder of important stuff before the next episode, in which Shit Goes Down
Also: Pinako was Hoho's conscience, Father was his pessimism/cynicism/disillusionment in humanity. And Trisha was hope/faith in humans. Or something like that.
Let It Out was good at the end!
Tags: creative writing, fandom: fma, keyword-189, uni

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