Shop Mobile More Submit  Join Login
About Literature / Hobbyist Royce DayMale/United States Recent Activity
Deviant for 13 Years
Needs Core Membership
Statistics 1,086 Deviations 4,264 Comments 65,851 Pageviews
×

Newest Deviations

Literature
Judy's Recovery, Married to the Mob
Judy was sitting on a carved log stump in the backyard, diligently doing her ten (and only ten, on pain of Nick’s snark) forearm curls with a two-pound dumbbell, when her mom came up to her, bearing a pitcher of lemonade and a pair of cups on a tray.
“What’s up, Mom?” she asked, setting the dumbbell down.
Bonnie set the tray on a second nearby stump, then pulled up another to sit beside her. “Oh, just checking up on you. How’s your arm?”
Judy rubbed her shoulder and grimaced. “Weak. I’m working on it.” She looked closer at Bonnie’s troubled expression and lowered ears. “Something on your mind?”
“Judy, how do you know that Mr. Big person?” she asked, her voice serious. She began pouring out a cup lemonade and handed it to Judy.
“Like I told you, he’s a prominent Zootopian businessmammal,” Judy said, taking the cup from her and sipping as she tried to come up with an innocuo
:iconSir-Talen:Sir-Talen
:iconsir-talen:Sir-Talen 1 2
Literature
Starcrash Theme
"Starcrash Theme" (music: "Believe it or Not")
Look at what's happened to me-e,
I couldn't believe it myself.
My agent signed the contract unseen
Wish it were somebody else!
CHORUS
    Believe it or not, I'm not William Katt
    He's got far too much digni-ty-y-y
    Wish I could run, from this dog a film
    Who could it be?
    It's not William Katt, it's just me.

It's an Italian Star Wars clone,
With none of the budget or skill
I'm playing a smug, stuck-up  Obi-Wan
With a curly blond perm that could kill.
CHORUS
I'm co-stars with a robot from Tex-as,
And Caroline Munro's massive chest
Hasslehoff's got top billing on screen
For just the fifteen minutes he's seen!
CHORUS
:iconSir-Talen:Sir-Talen
:iconsir-talen:Sir-Talen 0 0
Literature
GURPS Red Vixen Adventures: Technologies
Tech Level: In general the G:RVA tech level is TL9-11, following the Safe-Tech path (p. UT10), with some gravity related superscience additions.
Power: Fusion reactors are the most common large scale power generators. Large ground vehicles, ocean going ships, or anti-gravity skimmers use the Semi-Portable Fusion Reactor (p. UT20) for power. Smaller or slower vehicles use battery power or hydrogen fuel cells. Almost every home is hooked into the local fusion power grid, with supplemental solar cells on the roof for backup.
Computers: The most common computer PC’s will use is the “palm comp” a Small, Complexity 5 computer the size of a modern smartphone. Commonly it comes with a holographic projection system that can project a man sized moving image that users can interact with to a limited degree, though the resolution is not high enough to usually fool observers that an image is a solid object (+2 to Perception checks).
True creative AI’s do
:iconSir-Talen:Sir-Talen
:iconsir-talen:Sir-Talen 2 0
Literature
Terinu: Mother's Day, Prologue
 
SCENE: We start in medias res inside Lord Dark’s Air Fortress. The animation style looks to be the height of mid-1980’s syndicated cartoons.
Assuming it was done by Filmation.
Towards the end of the season.
When the budget was getting a bit tight.
Two WAZAGANS, NEZ the TECHNOMAGE and CHEEKO the PIRATE-NINJA, run down the hallway, pursued by SIR ANIMOSITY and several ROBO-CRUSADERS. The two wazagans skid to a halt as they reach a dead end.
SIR ANIMOSITY: Halt! There’s no escape for you now!
The Robo-Crusaders begin firing their LASER LANCES. Nez slaps her palms together and an ENERGY SHIELD manifests from her left bracelet.
NEZ: [Silver Shield, protect!]
Note: Dialog in [brackets] indicates it’s in unsubtitled Arabic.
NEZ: [Great! Now
:iconSir-Talen:Sir-Talen
:iconsir-talen:Sir-Talen 1 2
Literature
RVA Commitment Bands
Description: Commitment bands are the most common form of display of one’s marriage status on Foxen Prime, owing primarily to their use by followers of the Mother Goddess. Their origins are obscure, but date back to at least -4,000 PS (Pre-Spaceflight), going by the famous tile mosaics found in ruins of the Foxen Bronze Age city of Riverguard
A commitment band is commonly a silver or gold wrist cuff, usually about a half-centimeter thick and two to six centimeters wide, worn by both (or all, depending) spouses. Pearl inlays are common, and almost without exception both spouses’ names and the date of their wedding are engraved upon them, occasionally with a prayer to the Mother Goddess for long and fruitful lives.
What sets commitment bands apart from something like human wedding rings is a certain higher, er, binding nature. Bands are typically locking, with the key one’s band being held in trust by their spouse. Sometimes the locks are symbolic and the bands e
:iconSir-Talen:Sir-Talen
:iconsir-talen:Sir-Talen 1 2
Literature
RVA: Problem Child Mark 2
She woke up from the nightmare of blood, to find herself in a nightmare of pain.
It had been the usual dream, the pile of bodies, smoking and smelling of burnt flesh. She would cough and choke on the horrible smoke, claws scratching at the steel walls of the room, desperate to find a way out. But the walls were solid. There were no doors to allow her to escape. Eventually the smoke thickened and she tripped over the bodies, falling into them, dead arms and legs tangling with her own, trapping her, choking her, until she woke up again in the Relentless’ bunkroom, trying not to scream and earn another beating.
She blinked, realized she was awake. A brief bout of panic overcame her as she felt the harsh florescent light shine in her face. Was she late for duty call? She tried to roll out of bed to her feet, only then discovering the heavy nylon straps holding her naked to an examination table in an unfamiliar sickbay.
Her tail lashed in panic again, and she let out an inartic
:iconSir-Talen:Sir-Talen
:iconsir-talen:Sir-Talen 1 3
Literature
Judy's Recovery, a Visit from Mr. Big
The long white limousine came to a halt in on the gravel driveway in front of the farmhouse. Judy stood with Nick and her parents as Raymond, a seven foot tall polar dressed in a black limo driver suit, stepped out and opened the door, letting Kevin out. Kevin had his paws cupped carefully in front of him as he walked up to the porch, Mr. Big, Fru-Fru, and Little Judy standing in his palms.
“Mr. Big, Fru-Fru, it’s good to see you again,” Judy greeted cheerfully. Beside her Nick stood nearly frozen, a smile fixed on his face, not quite taking attention away from his panic floofed tail.
“Hello again, Judith,” Mr. Big rasped. “Thank you for letting me visit your lovely home.”
“Wouldn’t have dreamed of turning you away,” she admitted truthfully. Judy gestured to her mom and dad. “These are my parents, Bonnie and Stuart Hopps, and these are my sibs.” The four dozen or so of her brothers and sisters who had gathered on t
:iconSir-Talen:Sir-Talen
:iconsir-talen:Sir-Talen 5 1
Literature
FYS Writing Rules
1. The Groupmind is NOT Malicious: Perhaps the most important aspect of the FYS, the Groupmind’s goal is the safety and preservation of humanity. While it can hurt people by mistake, it is not evil. It loves humans and wants them to be happy, not enrich its own ego by lording its power over them.
Corallary: The Groupmind does realize that a lot of people are miserable about their situation on the Ring. But the one solution that mankind would embraced, being set free to return to Earth, is the one thing the Groupmind just can't let itself consider.
2. The Groupmind is Genre Savvy:  The Groupmind has every science fiction novel, comic book, manga, anime, cartoon, movie, and possibly wood block carving in its memory. It knows every tactic ever tried by and against every insane AI imagined by man. It knows exactly how badly the situation could deteriorate if it starting using the ”Zeroth Law” as part of its moral compass. It
:iconSir-Talen:Sir-Talen
:iconsir-talen:Sir-Talen 2 7
Literature
Rules for Writing the Red Vixen
1. The Good Guys Win:  This isn’t Game of Thrones. While Our Heroes might go through physical and emotional hell, they will come out on top in the end.
2. Good is Good: As a corollary to #1, the protagonists should always be a positive moral force. While House Darktail and their allies aren’t Pollyannas, in general  they should avoid acting out of anger or revenge. Even Melanie at her worst mostly suffers from a bit of selfishness and a failure to acknowledge her errors.
3. Bad is Bad: The bad guys should be very obviously bad guys. Bloody Margo was a petty, murderous bully.  Countess Highglider was obsessed with revenge. Her son was an abusive spouse. There should be no doubt that antagonists deserve whatever fate they receive.
4. The Quality of Mercy is Not Strained: That said, if a character is genuinely remorseful for their actions, such as Ali and Mel, they should get the benefit of the doubt. That includes borde
:iconSir-Talen:Sir-Talen
:iconsir-talen:Sir-Talen 1 2
Literature
Long Recovery of Judy Hopps, Unwanted Assistance
“Run, Bun, run!” Nick shouted from the fence line, as Judy jogged along the path. She turned and waved to him and the dozen or so kits sitting on the fence, cheering her on. Two weeks of building up her endurance and she was finally able to run again, at least for short bursts.
Longer bursts, she told herself, glancing at the FitNip at her wrist, its timer running down the seconds. A full minute, you can do it!
She’d already turned and was heading back towards Nick and his entourage when the timer bleeped and she slowed down to a walking pace. Judy smiled to herself as the kits cheered and Nick beamed at her. The mere fact she was able to walk, not drag herself along in exhaustion, even after that speed burst, was enough to make her grin back at them as they cheered.
“Good going, Judy,” Nick greeted, pulling a water bottle from the cooler beside him and handing it over. “How are you feeling?”
“Good,” she panted.
:iconSir-Talen:Sir-Talen
:iconsir-talen:Sir-Talen 2 4
Literature
The Long Recovery of Judy Hopps, Nick and Bonnie
“I hate my body,” Judy declared. She was lying on her back in the bed in the guest room, her old room she’d shared with four of her sisters fully occupied, after the usual shift when older siblings moved out of the house. Nick sat on the edge, smiling down at her, the door propped open so no one started getting ideas about their relationship.
She’d walked back successfully, then rested like a good bunny until after lunch, when she’d walked again. This time around she actually had walked a full mile, only for Nick to make good his threat and bring her back in a wheelbarrow. Judy had been too tired and achey to argue with him, though she had insisted on walking herself up the stairs to her bed, rather than be carried.
“Think you can do it again tomorrow?” Nick asked.
“Slave driver,” she declared.
“I have a copy of The Nitwit’s Guide to Physical Therapy and I’m not afraid to use it,” he replied. “St
:iconSir-Talen:Sir-Talen
:iconsir-talen:Sir-Talen 5 4
Literature
FYS: Nations and Factions
FYS Nations and Factions
Good afternoon. I’m Maureen al Jabar and it’s Election Day, Tuesday, November 10th, Three Thousand Five Hundred and Fifty-Seven. While the polls are still open, today’s United States in Exile presidential election, the third since the Awakening fourteen years ago, is shaping up to have a historically low turnout. Despite the recently mandated six month early voting period, and massive Get Out the Vote efforts, Regional election commissions are all reporting that only between ten and fifteen percent of eligible voters are expected to vote by the time the polls close at midnight.
Combined with a severe lack of polling data, and the current four-way contest between the Democratic, New Republican, Conservative, and the recently formed Humanity First parties is too close to call….

With humanity’s subjugation under the Groupmind, nation states suffered a severe blow. Traditionally, nations existed to provide military defense, soci
:iconSir-Talen:Sir-Talen
:iconsir-talen:Sir-Talen 1 7
Literature
The Long Recovery of Judy Hopps, Back on Track
“It’s been a week.”
“Yes.”
“I’m not as tired as I was when we first arrived.”
“Yes.”
“I think I’m ready.”
“Yes.”
“Are you just going to keep saying ‘yes’, Nick?”
“No. Ow! Now I know you’re feeling better,” he said, rubbing his bicep where she’d punched it.
Judy looked up at him, foot tapping impatiently in the grass. “Are you going to let me start exercising or not?”
He spread his paws out, “You never needed my permission to get started. I’m just here to tell you when to stop.”
“Right, I knew that.” Judy flexed her arms and legs, feeling her underused muscles complain in the cool morning air. She was wearing her blue training singlet from her days at the police academy, for luck. Which was clearly magical thinking, but anything that helped her get into the right mindset was good as far as she wa
:iconSir-Talen:Sir-Talen
:iconsir-talen:Sir-Talen 3 4
Literature
The Long Recovery of Judy Hopps, the Drive
“I know we’re out in the sticks but come on,” Nick muttered to himself as he stared at his phone in dismay.
“What’s up, Nick?” Tommy asked, coming from inside to look over Nick curiously on the front porch.
“Need to get a Zuber ride to pick some protein from the store, but there’s no service in this area,” he replied.
“Around here Zuber is called ‘Y’all got room in the back for me?’” Tommy said with a chuckle. “I’m headin’ into town anyway to pick up some shop towels from Burrow Depot. You can come along if you want and we can swing by the Feed Lion.”
“Thanks!” Nick followed Tommy out to the truck, settling in the passenger seat. As the battered blue pickup pulled out onto the blacktop. “I really appreciate this.”
“If you really need something, all ya have to do is tell Mom to add it to the shopping list,” Tommy said.
Nick made a dismiss
:iconSir-Talen:Sir-Talen
:iconsir-talen:Sir-Talen 2 7
Literature
The Long Recovery of Judy Hopps, Those Who Survive
His ears weren’t as big as a certain bunny’s, but Nick was started out of his doze in the hammock, as he heard the squeak of the screen door towards the front of the house. He rolled out of the hammock and landed lightly on his foot pads, checking the time on his phone briefly. It wasn’t even 4:00 AM yet, early even by farmer bunny standards. Can’t be a burglar, he thought. The house was a good mile away from the main road, making it a fair jog for potential thieves. The Hoppses didn’t even lock their doors. So if no one is going in, someone must be going out. One guess who.
Silently, Nick dropped to all fours and began slinking near the ground, padding along silently until he came around to the front. Sure enough there was Judy, dressed in shorts and a t-shirt, walking at brisk pace. At this distance Nick doubted she could see him, given his superior night vision. Shame on you, Judy. The doctors told you no exercising without supervision.
:iconSir-Talen:Sir-Talen
:iconsir-talen:Sir-Talen 4 2
Literature
RVA: The Visitors Prologue
“You know, vacations are usually for relaxation,” Melanie observed dryly. Rolas’ wife was dressed in Commoner culottes and a crop top shirt, sitting in half-lotus atop a workbench in the car barn, one leg dangling idly over the edge. The wooden barn held a small steam tender Rolas had been puttering over for the past week, the large doors propped open to let a breeze into the un-air conditioned space.
Rolas was finishing lowering a superheater tube into the boiler of the small, colorfully painted narrow-gauge steam engine, his shirt off, dressed only in his shorts and a pair of heavy leather foot protectors to save his toes from being sliced off by errant bits of iron.
“This is relaxing,” he said, biceps straining under his brown pelt, paws holding on tight to the chain running through the block and tackle. He lowered the tube down the last few centimeters into its waiting slot, and then secured the loose end of the chain to a bolt set in a nearby pillar.
:iconSir-Talen:Sir-Talen
:iconsir-talen:Sir-Talen 1 5

Random Favourites

AatR-Audition Pg 1 by MegSyv AatR-Audition Pg 1 :iconmegsyv:MegSyv 71 78 Cheeko Study V2 by MegSyv Cheeko Study V2 :iconmegsyv:MegSyv 25 30 AatR:Wolf Study by MegSyv AatR:Wolf Study :iconmegsyv:MegSyv 81 95 Little Sister by stevethepocket Little Sister :iconstevethepocket:stevethepocket 12 13 Riana and Auron - Ink by lennan Riana and Auron - Ink :iconlennan:lennan 9 12 Working on Terinu by ShadowedPen
Mature content
Working on Terinu :iconshadowedpen:ShadowedPen 1 0
Demoness by ZoeStead Demoness :iconzoestead:ZoeStead 30 30 Myn'Kirrah Mini by brianne333 Myn'Kirrah Mini :iconbrianne333:brianne333 32 0 Rain by lennan Rain :iconlennan:lennan 1 7 Interaction Meme by MegSyv Interaction Meme :iconmegsyv:MegSyv 37 68 USS  WTF by Inspector97 USS WTF :iconinspector97:Inspector97 47 124 Ranu Portrait by MegSyv Ranu Portrait :iconmegsyv:MegSyv 25 17 Space Bar by MegSyv Space Bar :iconmegsyv:MegSyv 37 34 One Question MAX by MiloNeuman One Question MAX :iconmiloneuman:MiloNeuman 27 15 Her New Cabin Boy by MegSyv Her New Cabin Boy :iconmegsyv:MegSyv 43 58

Groups

Journal History

Activity


Anyone got $4,500 they'd like to give me for a new heat pump and air handler? :(
Judy was sitting on a carved log stump in the backyard, diligently doing her ten (and only ten, on pain of Nick’s snark) forearm curls with a two-pound dumbbell, when her mom came up to her, bearing a pitcher of lemonade and a pair of cups on a tray.

“What’s up, Mom?” she asked, setting the dumbbell down.

Bonnie set the tray on a second nearby stump, then pulled up another to sit beside her. “Oh, just checking up on you. How’s your arm?”

Judy rubbed her shoulder and grimaced. “Weak. I’m working on it.” She looked closer at Bonnie’s troubled expression and lowered ears. “Something on your mind?”

“Judy, how do you know that Mr. Big person?” she asked, her voice serious. She began pouring out a cup lemonade and handed it to Judy.

“Like I told you, he’s a prominent Zootopian businessmammal,” Judy said, taking the cup from her and sipping as she tried to come up with an innocuous answer. “I saved his daughter from being crushed when I was pursuing a suspect in Little Rodentia, and later he helped us in resolving the Night Howler case. Fru Fru ended up naming her daughter after me, which made me her godmother, which I gather is a pretty big deal in their family. So he’s taken, er, kind of a personal interest in me.”

Bonnie’s nose twitched, obviously not ready to accept this explanation. “But Judy, doesn’t he seem, well, odd to you?” Her voice dropped down to a conspiratorial whisper. “Are you sure he isn’t with… the Mob?”

Judy, who’d had been taking another sip of lemonade, only barely kept herself from spewing it into Bonnie’s face. When she’d finished swallowing, she managed to ask blandly, “What was your first clue, Mom?”

“Well, that huge white limo, all those polar bears giving folks the hairy eyeball, the way Nick seemed so nervous around him.” Bonnie paused in surprise. “Wait, do you mean you knew?”:

“Yeah, Mom,” Judy replied. She raised her paw to stop Bonnie’s next question. “In Zootopia Mr. Big basically is the Mob.”

“For pity’s sake, why haven’t you arrested him then?”

Judy rubbed her paws over her face briefly, trying to form the right words. “Look, Zootopia is… complicated. Mr. Big is one of those complications. He’s a mobster. He runs protection rackets, illegal gambling, tax evasion schemes, you name it. But he doesn’t tolerate drugs or mammal trafficking, and he doesn’t let anyone who might get a clawhold in Zootopia. Also, he keeps an eye on things in Little Rodentia, which for the longest time the ZPD didn’t even go into because most of their cops are megafauna who would as much a danger to innocent citizens as criminals. He’s the devil we know. So the ZPD puts up with him, because the alternative might be a mammal that would stoop to drugs and prostitution, and possibly worse things, like Volkov.”

Bonnie was still looking disturbed. “And you’re all right with that?” she asked.

“It doesn’t matter if I am or not. It’s the way things are. With Mr. Big in power things are, if not perfect, at least stable.” She shrugged. “Stable is good. It means people can get on with their lives without worrying about the future too much. Unstable… Well, you saw the news during the Night Howler crisis.”

“I just…” Bonnie shook her head. “You really want to go back to that? To making compromises like that? I thought you wanted to make Zootopia a better place.”

“I do,” Judy said, trying to fight the feeling of uncertainty growing in her heart. “It is a better place now. The Night Howler incident brought up… Well, a lot of stuff  that had been ignored, or pushed aside. People are talking to each other about the city’s problems, not just working around them or pretending they don’t exist.”

“But Mr. Big isn’t one of those problems?”

“He is… but there are worse ones in the city. Would I prefer him to be an honest mammal instead of a crook? Sure. Whatever his faults, he’s got a code he sticks to, and so far it’s been in Zootopia’s favor.” Judy ran her paw over her ears, flattening them to her head briefly as she thought. “It’s like the Night Howler plants. You know that they’re dangerous. They made your own brother go crazy and bite you. But Dad still uses them to keep the bugs out of the crops. Should he stop, because you know something bad might happen if someone chews on them?”

“No, of course not,” Bonnie said, shaking her head. “But they’re just plants. They don’t mean to hurt anyone.”

“They’re still dangerous,” Judy pointed out. “But you keep them around anyway, because they’re usefulness outweighs their risks. Same goes for Zootopia putting up with Mr. Big.”

Bonnie was still frowning. “That sounds like an awful lot of compromising, dear.”

Judy let out a very Nick-ish snort of amusement. “Don’t I know it....”
"Starcrash Theme" (music: "Believe it or Not")

Look at what's happened to me-e,
I couldn't believe it myself.
My agent signed the contract unseen
Wish it were somebody else!

CHORUS

    Believe it or not, I'm not William Katt
    He's got far too much digni-ty-y-y
    Wish I could run, from this dog a film
    Who could it be?
    It's not William Katt, it's just me.


It's an Italian Star Wars clone,
With none of the budget or skill
I'm playing a smug, stuck-up  Obi-Wan
With a curly blond perm that could kill.

CHORUS

I'm co-stars with a robot from Tex-as,
And Caroline Munro's massive chest
Hasslehoff's got top billing on screen
For just the fifteen minutes he's seen!

CHORUS
Starcrash Theme
"Starcrash" is a 1978 film showing what the Italian cinema industry does best: Ripping off American box office smashes with a quick ripoff that has a quarter of the budget. Jonah and the bots have a fine time with this one, especially with the character "Aktor" a space pirate with unexplained on-demand superpowers, a smug attitude, and a frightening resemblance to William Katt, the star of "The Greatest American Hero". Which led me to committing filk again...
Loading...
While I wait for cover art, I'm in the process of writing up the RVA universe in GURPS terms. Which brings me the problem of trying to define the "Six Races" I've mentioned several times over the course of the series. Basically these are the races that most commonly are seen outside their home worlds and suitable PC material. So far I've got: Foxen (fox anthros), Gliten (bird anthros), Human (monkey anthros ^_^), Kinis (snow leopard anthros), and Wazagan (dragon anthros).

Not spacefaring are the Ardalians, which are only suitable for NPC's, and then we have the Hissa which are non-canon.

So right now I've got a slot remaining for one spacefaring race. Have ot figure out if I want another anthro race or something truely alien. 

Thoughts? Suggestions for a race?
Someone translated my Vorkosigan Saga fanfic, A Fine and Private Place into Russian

deviantID

Sir-Talen's Profile Picture
Sir-Talen
Royce Day
Artist | Hobbyist | Literature
United States
I'm a 40 something amateur writer with a half dozen original stories and collections available at Amazon www.amazon.com/Royce-Day/e/B00… and Smashwords www.smashwords.com/profile/vie… and entirely too much fanfic based on Peta Hewitt's Terinu webcomic.

FYI Llama badges shall be ignored.

Current Residence: Columbia, MD
deviantWEAR sizing preference: Large
Favourite genre of music: Rock & Roll
Operating System: Windows XL
MP3 player of choice: Phillips
Skin of choice: The one keeping all my organs inside my body
Personal Quote: "Do we have any idea what to do for dinner?"
Interests

Comments


Add a Comment:
 
:iconrubbervixen:
rubbervixen Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2017
Happy Birthday!
Reply
:iconfail-seeker:
Fail-Seeker Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2017
Happy Birthday! Try everything: www.youtube.com/watch?v=c6rP-Y…
Reply
:iconconnor18:
Connor18 Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2017  Hobbyist Writer
Happy birthday!
Reply
:iconchibi-bony:
Chibi-Bony Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2016
Thanks for the watch and Welcome to Chibi's World!
Reply
:iconztv25:
ZTV25 Featured By Owner Jun 28, 2016
Thanks for watching
Reply
:iconcatspaw-dtp-services:
Catspaw-DTP-Services Featured By Owner Jun 23, 2016  Professional
Thanks for watching! :-)
Reply
:iconoboroten:
oboroten Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2016
Happy birthday!
Reply
:iconrubbervixen:
rubbervixen Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2016
Happy Birthday!
Reply
:iconsir-talen:
Sir-Talen Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
Thank you, dear!
Reply
:iconlilfluff:
LilFluff Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2016
*sneaks in, looks around and clears throat*

🎼
🎜Happy birthday!
🎜Happy birthday!
🎜Today's the day we dance about!
🎜For today is Good Sir Royce's birthday!

Congratulations on completing another ellipse around the sun.
Reply
Add a Comment: