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Unfortunately, this is the opposite of a castle.On the bright side, I messed around with some animal combinations and ended up with this lil guy :)
On the bright side, I messed around with some animal combinations and ended up with this lil guy :)
Hmm... The not-castle looks like bread maybe? It looks kind of tasty.
To be fair, I do not mind putting jeans on my body, and I most definitely do not want that thing on my body. The neural network is correct, in that sense, that that thing is the opposite of jeans.
The opposite of eggnog is in danger of becoming my new forum avatar.In fact, i may start going by "NotEggnog" online.
In fact, i may start going by "NotEggnog" online.
It’s like a Dementor crossed with a crow and a knight. Surely EggNot would be more concise.
Surely EggNot would be more concise.