me: Most test subjects do experience some... compomative detereoration after a few months in suspention. Now you've been under for quite alot longer and its not out of the question that you might have a VERY minor case of seriouse brain damage. But don't be alarmed, alright? But if you d_ if you do feel alarmed, try to hold on to that feeling because that's the proper reaction to being told that you got brain damage. Do yo understand what i'm saying? Just tell me, just say yes. Shroomsworth: *hop* me: okay, what you're doing there is jumping, you_ you just_ you just jump. But never mind, say apple, APPLE. Shroomsworth: *hop* me... Okay you kow what, that's close enough. Shroomsworth: *hop* me: Now I'm getting bloody tired of that... *gunshot*
I was just asking a curious question. That is not being rude. What i ment to say was that i never see what it is chained onto. just about every picture showing the side with his monocle has the chain dissapearing behind his head. Even in their application, You cannot see where the chain ends. Even if you have seen otherwise,You'd better take back about me being rude. Nobody has any manners these days.
*imitates Shroomsworth* "I say, why don't i hop on down to the Spindia Cafe for some Fish n' chips and a cup o' tea? I'm feeling rather jumpy today, wot wot? Cheerio Madam! For i am of like a kangaroo!"
Wait a minute, he forgot his cane!(i know he doesn't need it, but it gives him a more gentalmanly air) "Well i say! What are you a' bounding about for?"
That is so CUTE! Also, my husband (who knows very little about Pokemon) just looked over my shoulder and said "Ah, a military Pokemon!". When I ask him what in the world he meant, he said that it was in military colors and had a helmet. He then asked what was dangling from his eye, and when I told him it was a monocle, he said something along the lines of him being an old-school British general. So, now I shall always think of Shroomsworth as an old WW2 era British general >_<