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Redid Bartleby from November.

Redid Bartleby from November.

shutupfaker:

shutupfaker:

my favourite Sonic gif of all time is the one where the barrel is rolling into Sonic during the Sonic 06 results screen

I found it

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I drew the bird lady from the last post I reblogged.

I drew the bird lady from the last post I reblogged.

awkwardvectorphotos:

I don’t even know where to begin with this picture

awkwardvectorphotos:

I don’t even know where to begin with this picture

spiritsonic:

eitaroo:

Cassia and Clove from the latest Sonic issue.

Based off of initial designs by Aleah Baker, I designed the new Egg Bosses Cassia and Clove (along with drawing their intro!). I had a blast with these two, love ‘em!

This blog generally involves me… resisting squealing like a child.

They’re so pretty.

Source: eitaroo Via: spiritsonic

fini-mun:

As before-

Feel free to use them as you like on your blogs and stuff. You can shrink them if you want or use them as avatars at places. I’d appreciate if you didn’t edit them too much but I’m not going to throw a fit if you do. Credit is cool when able, but again, it wouldn’t be a huge deal- it’d mainly be so that other people can find the source. Please, please do NOT sell these or anything like that.

Icons of the late-00s purple ladies!

Via: fini-mun

When we harness the strength of echidna dongs,

then, we will take over the world!

WAHAHAHAHAHAHA!

According to a Youtuber the Sonic fandom is supposed to be embarrassed and injured after learning that echidnas have four-headed dongs.

Do we have power over echidna dongs or something?

Quoted directly from the description, making this actually mostly a quote within a quote as the description is a quote: 

Note: The process described in this video is “anointing,” described by Wikipedia thusly: When the animal encounters a new scent, it will lick and bite the source, then form a scented froth in its mouth and paste it on its spines with its tongue. The specific purpose of this ritual is unknown.

This behaviour isn’t just seen in hedgehogs, but also in deer, goats, dogs, brown bears and various primates. (Brown bears have an interesting one - they actually make a medical paste that doubles as a bug repellent!)

Hedgehogs in particular tend to do this with toxic substances, so one going theory is that they do this to make themselves poisonous. Assisting the theory is that hedgehogs have been known to kill toads, empty their poison glands and then rub the poison on themselves.

Hedgehogs also just eat toads. And snakes.

And corpses.