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Omen on the North Wind
An OC fic for AAGGRESSS
A strong wind blew through the valley from the mountain, bringing with it a fresh chill.  Several of the valley's inhabitants tightened their coats or pulled shirt collars up.  Most went indoors or ducked into cover to until the cold passed.  
Except for one.  
Resting in the branches of a tree tucked away from the road, caught completely unaware by the breeze, was a red headed girl.  The sudden chill shocked her awake, and she fell from her perch with a cry.  "Gah!"  She slammed into the ground with a heavy thud.  
A young man in a silver gi was startled from his nap by her crash landing.  He had been sleeping in the much more reasonable position at the base of the tree.  "You... okay there, Sun?"  He asked.  
The girl, Sun, stood up, brushing off her cloths and hair.  And her tail.  "Yeah, Silver, I'm good."  She stretched and flexed.  "Though if it was any
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Data is Corrupt 2.0
Kari Kamiya stretched out on the grassy knoll she'd discovered.  "Ah.... Summer vacation.  A boon for students and teachers alike!"  She chuckled.   Though she loved her teaching job, she'd also learned to enjoy the the down time she was given in her adult life.  
And, as a teacher, she'd learned that vacation was one of the best sources of down time available.  She and Gatomon had decided to spend some of that free time relaxing in the Digital World.  "I wonder when Gatomon is gonna get back with those fish?"  She mused aloud.  "I'm starting to get hungry.  Kari looked around.  Just the trees and bushes of File Island.  "I should have paid attention to which direction she went..."  
A rustling in the bushes made her stand up.  "About time, Gatomon!"  She dashed over to the foliage.  
And jumped back in shock as a giant wolf face poked back through.  
"WHOA!  You aren't Ga
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Showcasing a Hidden Skill!
"ACHOO!"  
"Whoa!  That one sounded really bad!"  Bonnie handed Serena a box of tissue.  "Are you going to be all right for the showcase tomorrow?"  
"Ah'v botta!"  Serena muttered from in her bed.  "Dis es the wast wun!"  Though she was buried under five of the Pokemon Center's blankets, she still couldn't shake the chill that was prevalent in her body.  
"I have no idea what you just said."  Bonnie admitted.   "But this is the last  showcase for a long while, isn't it?"  Serena just sighed and nodded.
A knock at the door preceded Ash and Clemont, returning with Nurse Joy's prescription of cold medicine and hot soup.  "You feeling any better, Serena?"  Ash asked, setting the food tray before the girl.  
"mmmmmggghhh..."  Was all Serena could bring herself to respond with.  
"That bad huh?"  Clemont placed his hand on Serena's head.  "Your fever is still so
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Literature
Hypnoman's Headline!
"Testing...  Testing...  Play that back for me?"  Plum watched as her automated camera unit processed for a moment before an image displayed on the screen.  
"Testing... Testing...  Play that back for me?"  The automated drone displayed her footage with perfect clarity.  
"Excellent!"  Plum set the drone back to Stand By and peeked out of her car at the warehouse.  The journalist Robot Master had received word that a criminal group was using this particular warehouse to move their goods.  Not only that, this group might have had a connection to the disappearances of several robots in the area.
The Editor in chief had sad to let this one go.  A scoop like this would be too dangerous for a group as big as Plum's.   They'd be caught too easily.  
So Plum had decided to go it alone.  What could possibly go wrong? 
Setting the camera drone to follow her quietly, Plum made her way toward the wareho
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Monkey Fight in Space Ch. 2
The Monkey Team had thought that their infiltration had gone rather well so far.  Little did they realize they had a watchful eye in them the entire time. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sparx and Gibson ran down the hallway.  Thankfully they didn't meet any more of the aliens, but the conduit they were following started to split into smaller tubes and lead into separate rooms along the hallway.  They quickly realized they probably weren't heading towards the engine.
 
"Ahhh, this can't be the right way!"  Sparx growled as the conduit split again.  "We should go back and help the others!"  He was about to turn around before Gibson grabbed his shoulder.
 
"This larger conduit must power something important."  Gibson pointed out.  "Perhaps even the weapons systems."  Sparx grumbled a noncommittal response.  "I know.  I'm worried about them too."  Gibson admitted.  "Come on, I think we found where a
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CH 12: Not Nearly Enough Variables
Doc Hanson clapped his hands and pointed to the vials of liquid before him.  All of it various colors and some of it smoking dramatically.  "Welcome to another episode of TFTV's hit show "The Debunker Bunker!"  Where we test all those silly science myths that plague the modern world!"  
The applause track played as Hanson picked up one of the vials.  "Today we're testing a myth we've all probably heard but have never really questioned:  Super Power Granting accidents!"  An animated clip played on the screen behind him, depicting a random person being dunked in a barrel of goo and then displaying super strength.  "Specifically we're focusing on the character 'Chem Trails', who in their origin story got their powers from an accident involving several chemicals found in a crime lab!"  
"Now you might be thinking, "but Doc!  Why pick Chem Trails and not this other hero that I know and love?"  Well that's a good question, and
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Welcome...
"Welcome..."
That word stirs me awake.  My swaying body and the sound of water brings me all the way back.  The arms of the soft blue chair kept me from falling over as I drifted the other direction.  Strange, I don't remember falling asleep here.  
I glance around the room.  Everything, from the walls and floor to the ceiling and curtains are all a deep blue.  Windows filtered in a blue light.  I can't see it, but I can hear the water lapping against the sides of the... boat?  Ship?  What was this place? 
"Welcome to the Velvet Room."  
Those words snap my attention back to the center of the room.  Sitting opposite of me was a man behind a massive table.  How did I not notice him before?  His balding head and long hooked nose, not to mention the fancy suit he was wearing, stood out against all the blue.  Behind him was someone in a blue suit and hat with blonde hair, but they were facing away.  I couldn't
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Top Ten Princess Zeldas Pt 2
Part 2! 
5.  Twilight Princess 
We go from the princesses that did almost too much to the one that didn't get a chance to really try.  Yes, sadly the TP Zelda was sidelined most of her game.  But what we did see of her was quite amazing.  I don't think any of the other Zeldas were quite as compassionate as she was.  Not only did she agree to be a prisoner of war in exchange for her people's safety, when a wounded Midna came to her she went above and beyond to help.  And while she disappears until the end, she's integral to Link's victory.
4.  Skyward Sword 
Aka, "just kiss already!"  Shipping jokes aside, Zelda from this game isn't a princess, but maybe that's part of why I like her so much.  Without any royal duties or expectations to hold her down, SS's Zelda is much more free spirited.  She's another one with an established friendship with Link, once again portrayed perfectly even with one of them barely talking. 
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Literature
Top Ten Princess Zeldas Pt 1
Zelda month is coming to a close, and since I haven't posted anything in a while (And might not for an even longer while) I figured 
why not post another top ten?  Specifically a top ten Zeldas from the Legend of Zelda.  And before you ask, yes it can get very confusing even if you're familiar with the series.  Only the Zelda from games I have played qualify.  This isn't a list of the best games, and being on the bottom doesn't mean the character is by any means bad.  It's just a list of my favorites.
So, let's get started.
Spoilers for all games mentioned!
10.  Link to the Past/Oracle games
I've never actually played Link to the Past, but the princess from that game is the same one from the Oracle of Seasons/Ages.  So it works out.  Anyway, I'll be the first to admit that Zelda doesn't do much in these games, but you can't doubt the concern she has for the people.  In LttP her first thoughts are of Hyrule, and in the Oracle games she e
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Ya Think?
Ya Think?  
A mid swap fic for YukiTheEldra
On a calm winter day in a vacant lot in the town of Nerima, Happosai, the most infamous lech in the world, was cooking something up.  Literally.  He was stirring a boiling pot of light green liquid.  Eventually he seemed satisfied with the concoction, ladling some into a thermos.  "Perfect!  Now to find a thirsty young lady.  Hehe!"  He cracked.  "Hmm, but the local girls probably wouldn't take anything from me.  Perhaps an out of towner..."  
"Where am I?!"  Minako crumpled her map in frustration.  "I'm going to miss Ami's speech if I don't find that convention hall!"  Sailor V sighed and stuffed the map into her coat pocket.  "I should have just gone with the rest of the guys."
"Why so frazzled, young lady?"  A withered old man hobbled forward on his cane.
"Oh, I just got a little turned around."  Minako admitted.  "See, my friend is speaking at the c
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Pokemon Colosseum Ch. 30
Pokémon Colosseum
Ch.  30
Wes, Rui and Eagun stood around Hariyama, examining it carefully.  The fighting type had taken a seat on the ground to rest after the battle.
"Hmm..."  Eagun stroked his beard in thought.  "There can be no doubt.  Whichever way I look at it, this is just a regular Pokémon."  He concluded.
Rui squinted at Hariyama from multiple angles and distances.  "There's no trace of that aura at all!  And it's not acting the least bit hostile!"
Hariyama shuffled awkwardly under their combined scrutiny.  "Yama?"
"Huh?  Oh, I'm sorry!  This must be so confusing!"  Rui patted Hariyama's head (which she could only reach because it was sitting down) in a supportive gesture.  "You did great today!"  
"Hari!"  Hariyama blushed at the praise.
"Please stop coddling my Pokémon."  Wes finally spoke.  "Again."  Rui just ;p'd at him and stepped back.  "Hariyama, do you remember
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Monkey Fight in Space!
The spaceship had come out of nowhere.  Enormous and armed to the teeth.  Its intent was already pretty obvious before its captain sent a message out.  
"Weaklings dwelling on this pathetic planet!  Know we are here to take all you have!  Your riches, your resources, and your lives!  I send this message not out of mercy or to offer surrender.  If you have warriors, we wish them to be well prepared.  After all, there is little sport in simply destroying you outright.  You have three of your solar days."  
The message ended with a sadistic laugh that chilled listeners to the bone.  While the general population started to panic, the planet's defenders sprung into action.  A direct assault on such a heavily armed vessel was doomed to failure, so they hastily came up with a less conspicuous method.
"Monkey Team!  Our mission is to board that ship and take out its power supply."  Chiro declared, pointing at the ship mainta
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Game Over: Regal Finish
Game Over:  Regal Ending
Lan ran down the walkway overlooking Nebula's SoulNet system.  This device would allow Regal to send the minds of people into chaos.  The massive computer servers hummed with electricity, almost as if they were eager to start their work.  "We're going to stop it, right Megaman?"  
"Right, Lan!"  Megaman answered from his PET.  Everyone had sacrificed so much to get just the two of them this far.  They couldn't afford to fail!
Suddenly Lan saw a figure lying on the ground.  As he grew closer he recognized it.  "Dad!"  Their father, Yuichiro Hikari, was tied up at the end of the walkway.  He knelt down to check on him.  "Dad, it's us!  Can you hear me?"
Yuichiro stirred.  "L-Lan?"  
"We're here Dad!"  Lan helped his father sit up.  "Where's Regal?"
A voice rang out from above.  "Right here boy."  
Lights suddenly turned on up above. Standing on a podium was Dr Rega
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Dangan Proposals
In a World Without Ultimate Despair
Spoilers for DanganRonpa
The Traditional
"You were right Makoto, this view really is impressive."  Kirigiri admired the view from the top of the school. She'd never bothered coming up here when they were at school, but Naegi’s new faculty position seemed to allow him insight of the school they’d never had before.
"Y-yeah."  Naegi sputtered and fidgeted, looking around at everything except for her.  Kirigiri couldn't help but smirk.  He'd been just like this the day he asked her on their first date. He'd grown up a bit since their school days, but some things never changed.  Still, even though she had a decent idea for why he brought her up here, she also knew that this had probably taken a lot of courage and planning to do this.  The least she could do was let him go at his own pace,
Finally, after what seemed like an eternity to the both of them, Naegi spoke up.  "A-actually, I didn't just call you here
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"Perfect" is unquantifiable.  Nothing can ever be objectively perfect.   

But "perfect" exists.



An OC fic for AAGGRESSS


A strong wind blew through the valley from the mountain, bringing with it a fresh chill.  Several of the valley's inhabitants tightened their coats or pulled shirt collars up.  Most went indoors or ducked into cover to until the cold passed.  

Except for one.  

Resting in the branches of a tree tucked away from the road, caught completely unaware by the breeze, was a red headed girl.  The sudden chill shocked her awake, and she fell from her perch with a cry.  "Gah!"  She slammed into the ground with a heavy thud.  

A young man in a silver gi was startled from his nap by her crash landing.  He had been sleeping in the much more reasonable position at the base of the tree.  "You... okay there, Sun?"  He asked.  

The girl, Sun, stood up, brushing off her cloths and hair.  And her tail.  "Yeah, Silver, I'm good."  She stretched and flexed.  "Though if it was anyone but the great Sun Wukong, that fall would have really hurt!"  She declared, puffing out her chest. 

Silver raised an eyebrow.  "If it was anyone but the great Sun Wukong, they wouldn't be sleeping in such a precarious spot in the first place."  He teased.  

Sun blushed, checking her red tunic and the gold tiara around her head.  The clothing was intact, and the metal bad remained unchanged.  "Hmph...   I was enjoying my sleep too.  Where'd that wind come from?"  (Sun has no idea how the weather works.)

SIlver shrugged. "The north?  The mountain?  I dunno."  He got up stretched.  "What does it matter?  Not like we can complain about it."  He sighed.  "I was looking forward to some warm weather too."  He complained as another chill wind blew through.  (Silver doesn't really know how the weather works either.)

Sun Wukong smiled, her tail wriggling excitedly.  "You can't, but I can!"  With a quick hop into the air, a yellow cloud appeared beneath her feet.  "I'm going to go give the spirits on that mountain a good a good scolding!"  

"Why?"  

"For ruining a perfectly good afternoon with a cold wind!  Duh!"  

"You gonna want your staff?"  Silver pointed to the red pole on the ground beneath her.  

Sun shrugged.  "For spirits on a tiny little mountain like this?  Nah."  She started floating away.  "Besides, not like it's going anywhere."  

Silver shrugged.  She was right, the staff weighed so much only a few people could even move it.  "All right, you go have your fun."  Sun smiled at him and took off.  Yawning again, he made his way inside.  "Might as well finish my nap where it's warm..."  









A short flight later, and Sun leapt from her cloud and landed on the mountain summit.  It wasn't a tall mountain, so there wasn't any snow forming on the trees, though the air was still windy and cold.  "Brr...  If blowing this cold air down into the valley was someone's idea of a prank, they'd better be ready for a thrashing."  She looked around.  Usually mountain spirits had some kind of shrine or at least a statue where they resided when not doing work.  

"Ah, there it is!"  She spotted a small stone box nestled into a crevice.  A plate of rice cakes (probably an offering) sat before it.  "HEY!  Wake up in there!"  Sun stomped the ground so hard that it caused the plate to shake and the food to fall to the ground.  

In a panic the spirit of the mountain, an elderly man with a trimmed beard, popped out of his shrine.  "Eh?  Who, what?  AH!"  Then he noticed Sun.  "Sun Wukong!  What are you-?  I mean, how may I be of service, my lady?"  He bowed quickly.  

"You can start by explaining yourself!"  Sun pointed to the valley below.  "Your mountain is supposed to keep the cold north winds out of this place, so what's with all the chill air today?" She snapped.  

The old man tilted his head in confusion.  "Eh?  But ma'am, I was simply fulfilling the request of the one that placed such a generous offering."  He pointed to the rice cakes before him.  

"Huh?"  Sun stomped her foot again.  "So this is a prank by someone after all?"  She fumed.  "All right, which way did this wise guy go?"  

Shivering in fear, the mountain spirit pointed toward the other side of the mountain and dived back into his shrine.  "Ohhh... When I get ahold of the punk that was manipulating spirits just to ruin my day, I'm going to drop kick them to the moon!"  (Sun believes the whole world revolves around her comfort apparently.)  She summoned her cloud again and flew off.  






Sun flew up high into the sky and scanned the area.  There were a dozen paths up and down the mountain, but luck was with her and she spotted a man in a brown robe walking down a path away from the shrine.  It looked like a monk of some sort from his staff and bald head.  "That's gotta be him!"  Jumping from her cloud, Sun spun as she fell before landing on her feet directly in front of the traveler.  "Hey!  Were you the guy that just made an offering to that shrine up there?"  She asked, pointing dramatically.  

The monk, for the most part, seemed completely nonplussed that a red headed girl with a tail had just fallen from the sky.  He simply bowed.  "Indeed, ma'am.  I had noticed that shrine on my travels and offered my prayers to it."  He said in a humble tone, his hands folded in his sleeves.    

"Yeah, but those prayers were for a cold wind to hit my nice warm valley!"  Sun snapped.  "What's up with that?"  

"Oh, that?"  The monk chuckled.  "It's nothing too serious.  You see, it was only done in the line of duty."  

Sun cocked an eyebrow.  "Duty?  What are you talking about?"  

"Yes, you see I was given a very special mission by my master."  The monk continued.  "Lead the crimson monkey out of the valley by any means and capture her."  By the time Sun had processed just what had been said, the monk had pulled a small water gourd from his sleeve.  He pointed the opening at her and Sun found herself drawn inside, shrinking to fit into the opening. 

Sun slammed into the bottom of the gourd, but quickly jumped back up.  "What the hell is-?"  She was interrupted when the gourd shook and rattled as the monk, who she was beginning to suspect was not really a monk, closed the opening, cutting off all light.  "HEY!  Let me out!  Open this thing back up you bastard!"  But the "monk" did not respond, no matter how much Sun cursed and thrashed in the darkness.  

She could tell they were moving, but she had no idea where to and for how long.  Time crawled to a halt in the utter blackness.   

"...I really hope I'm not going to be sealed up again."  Sun shivered at the thought.  At least last time she'd been able to view the sky and see the occasional animal.  Being trapped forever in this darkness?   "....NO WAY IN HELL!"  Sun leapt to her feet.  "Let me out of this place!"  The only solid part she could find was the floor beneath her feet, so she started pounding on the gourd with all her might.  She couldn't tell if she was making any difference, but she kept pounding anyway.  





After an eternity of trying to break out (which could have been ten minutes for all she knew) Sun had to brace herself as the gourd shifted irregularly before coming to a stop.  "What's going on?"  She wondered.  Her answer came when light flooded the gourd, and she felt herself pulled out into the real world with a sudden jerk.  The light was blinding, and as she tried to get her bearings and blink her vision back, she felt something wrap around her arms and legs.  "Gah!"  She fell to the floor and writhed there, unable to break these new bindings.  "Who's there?  What is going on?"  

"Calm yourself, Sun Wukong."  The voice of an elderly man rang out.  "Have I not told you that a goddess of your station should maintain a calm demeanor?  It's as if all my lessons have flown from your head like a flock of gulls."  A familiar old man voice....


"DOC?!"  Sun wriggled around as her eyes readjusted to the light.  She found herself looking up at... him.  The man that had trained her, no, had controlled her for such a long time!  "What do you think you're doing?  Let me go?"  

"Enough!"  The old man, his long beard almost sweeping the floor, slammed his staff down.  "You've been allowed to have your fun since you've been secluding yourself in that valley, but we have need of your powers now!"  

"No way!  You think I'd work for your wrinkled ass ever again?"  Sun tried to get her legs under herself, but failed.  So she glared at her old 'master' from the ground.  "After what you did to me?  After all the effort to break free?  After what happened to-"  

"Enough I said!"  The old man slammed his cane again.  "I had hoped you would comply willingly, but your attitude tells me more drastic measures."  He left her line of sight for a moment before returning with a band of gold.  It was large enough to slip over Sun's head, until it hit her tiara at least.  

Sun Wukong recognized it in an instant.  

"NO!  You aren't putting that back on me!  Not again!"  Sun cried, trying to squirm away from her captor.  

The old man ignored her, kneeling down to slip the crown over her struggling head.  It slid perfectly into place and stayed there, though she immediately tried to pry it off by rubbing her head against the ground.  It would not budgethough, and the old man began a chant in a language that she only vaguely recognized.  Then she could barely hear it.  

Then her world went dark.  






After several minutes of chanting, the old man removed the chain that had wrapped up Sun Wukong.  "Kneel."  He instructed.  And she did so, rising to bow before him.  "Are you ready to begin your training in proper decorum anew?"  

"Yes sir."  Was a deadeyed Sun Wukong's response.   

"Good.  We have much work to do."  The old man turned and left, Sun following behind him.  
Omen on the North Wind
Commssion from :iconAAGGRESSS: based oround their OC (who, in turn, was based on the literary figure)  

This was paid for as a gift for SilverKazeNinja Enjoy! 
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Saw "Your Name" today.  Was expecting a bodyswapping Romcom. 


I got Fruits Basket crossed with Doctor Who.  T-totally didn't cry.  (Bakas)  
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Please check out the video and then tell me if they can help me. :) (Smile)

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