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Discussion in 'Forum Games' started by Ridley Wolf, Sep 5, 2017.
Thank you! Thank you!! *takes a bow*
So the EG version of you is going to try and kill the pony version of you?
Fortunately, it's just cosplay.
Never heard the expression; "You are what you wear" huh.
Pretty sure you mean "You are what you eat" I have never heard what you said in my life.
We read different fan fiction.
Or you are Buffalo Bill... D:
I don't know who I am! D:
>when you are a terrible artist but have to be enthusiastic about your work anyway
What does he have to do with anything?
I like this look for EG Chrysalis, it needs to show up cannon.
You are what you wear. You know what he wanted to be and what he was making his "suit" out of... *shudders* he's creepy yo.
Right, we're not thinking of the same person. Or is there something about the Cowboy that isn't much talked about.
Anyway basically the "You are what you wear" comment is used when a guy dresses in drag and then is turned into a girl by the clothes. It was either a fanfic or a caption picture but I could have sworn I wasn't the one to coin the phrase. It's a long the same lines as "Truth is in the Eye of the Beholder", it's just an alteration that exist. I don't know if the "Truth is in the Eye of the Beholder" version started from Star Trek or not but it's around and it's used.
You ever see Silence of the Lambs? The serial killer is called "Buffalo Bill" and I'm not going to go into much more detail, but (s)he takes that whole dressing as a woman to a whole other level...
Buffalo Bill, as well as Hannibal Lecter, Leatherface, AND Norman Bates were all based on Ed Gein.
Do NOT look him up if you are at all squeamish!!
So we were not talking about the same person at all. I'm not a fan of Horror Films or thriller films so I've never seen Silence of the Lambs. I had no idea that's what that guy was called. The only Buffalo Bill I know is the Cowboy, who was a real person.
I'd like to see more of this in general~
Ever wonder why things are always in general? Why not Lieutenant or Captain. I'd know to see more of it in Colonel? Always general. The lower ranks aren't important enough?
I think this outfit is supposed to be based on something from RWBY, but I don't recall Blake ever wearing it.
Edit: was in a RWBY Mood and found some things on Safebooru