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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