On Its Hind Legs
Monday, October 26, 2009

In the Roaring Twenties! I was doing research for a project and my jaw dropped when I saw this dress. It's a bit more tasteful(and 20th century), but still quite frilly. Foofaraws, indeed!


Tuesday, October 27, 2009 5:10 PM


Well, for Lucas, it may only apply to short females.
SW: I may have played that game. Eh. But wasn't it /tasteful/?

I wrote a short story once entirely to convince my RPG-ing friend that armor bikinis were Not Practical. Not even when fighting the most fearsome Burning Destroyer. Or whatever. But I neglected one important factor--my friend is a guy. So then I put his (male)character in an armorini. Vengeance!

Tuesday, October 27, 2009 11:57 AM


Poor Princess Leia. I think, however, that the no underwear rule may only apply if you're female.

Though I recall in a Star Wars video-game, I was given a choice between genders, and spent about five to ten minutes in my underwear running around fighting a boarding party via hand-to-hand combat.

Because I'm just awesome that way.

Monday, October 26, 2009 3:29 PM


Naw, I have so many unfinished projects it makes NASA look good. Nothing literary or design related...yet. Always yet.

Anyway, seeing as this was kissing cousins to Kaylee's dress, I thought I'd stick it up here in the black.

Re: see thru--Thank goodness it's Joss' verse, not George Lucas', because in a galaxy far far away, there is no underwear. No lie. I quote.

Monday, October 26, 2009 6:46 AM


Looks kinda see through. Foofaraws agreed.

Project? Anything I'm familiar with?


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