Duct Tape Fanatic wrote:I lean towards the good over the bad macro types myself, but I like to have both types present in even the "gentle" stories because what's the point of having a "good" macro if there's no example of what the alternative would be.
Altaica wrote:I only show "good" macros, and let the viewer decide what would/could happen in the macro would turn.
Like the one with the lioness and the helicopter ( http://forums.macrophile.com/files/80ft ... ysmall.jpg ), also in my Giant Lioness thread. While she would only give it a "gentle" shove, she could really give it a push with disastrous results.
So by letting the viewers imagination take over, it becomes more visceral, at times.
Callimarri wrote:Loving this series nice to see the 'bad' macro is forced to play nice at least some of the time
TinyGuy01 wrote:everyone knows what happens when you split an atom...
But what on earth happens when you split a string? O_O
SLBen wrote:I was waiting for them to find a tiny tavern floating in all the string... and all the beers served at the tavern had quantum foam...
Narzain wrote:Oh, my. I'm away for a week and I miss the good stuff!
This is so utterly cute it defies belief. I like the way Amanda & Kat play (only without the risk of a messy death part). And really, Amanda had to know what she was getting into when she started dating Kat. That's not an especially subtle lady there...
Awesome on so many levels!
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