You can stick “but not in a sexual way” after so many sentences to great effect. “I’ve got a lot of homework to do tonight, but not in a sexual way.” “Man, I’m sick of this road construction, but not in a sexual way.”
Getting a bite taken out of it can be taken as character development for the onion, I think.
The sad thing is that if there is an onion without the bitemark later, we won’t know if it’s lack of continuity, super regenerative abilities or if it’s simply a different onion.
Hmmm… now that I think of it… yeah, definitely lack of continuity… silly me.
I hope it wasn’t development, this is Mountain Time dammit, not some hoity-toity BOOK.
splurp is the best lirus-related sound effect i’ve ever heard.
Klear: I was thinking about that, and I don’t see why an injured onion wouldn’t have SOME regenerative abilities. I mean, a normal, hangs-out-in-the-ground onion would heal somewhat if you took a chunk out of it, right? This could explain some of the more wonkily shaped Mountain Time onions we’ve seen.
My soul was originally meant to be human.The problem was, whenever I was born human, I would get eaten by crocodiles almost immediately. But not in a sexual way.
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