23rd April, 2014

buns-of-men:

This dork.

I wanted a cactus-faced sylvari and fell in love with the noseless Groot face instead, along with pretty purple flowers.  And, most of all, he comes with the powerful, inspiring name of: EL GALLO DIABLO.

Yep, that’s right.  That’s Spanish for “the devil rooster” or the rough English approximation thereof.  Why?  Because I want to give that name to a hypothetical tengu someday, and figured I’d name squat it. And if tengu never happen, well, this salad will just have a bizarre name for the rest of his existence.
Adorkable.
buns-of-men:

This dork.

I wanted a cactus-faced sylvari and fell in love with the noseless Groot face instead, along with pretty purple flowers.  And, most of all, he comes with the powerful, inspiring name of: EL GALLO DIABLO.

Yep, that’s right.  That’s Spanish for “the devil rooster” or the rough English approximation thereof.  Why?  Because I want to give that name to a hypothetical tengu someday, and figured I’d name squat it. And if tengu never happen, well, this salad will just have a bizarre name for the rest of his existence.
The mighty El Gallo Diablo.

buns-of-men:

This dork.

I wanted a cactus-faced sylvari and fell in love with the noseless Groot face instead, along with pretty purple flowers.  And, most of all, he comes with the powerful, inspiring name of: EL GALLO DIABLO.

Yep, that’s right.  That’s Spanish for “the devil rooster” or the rough English approximation thereof.  Why?  Because I want to give that name to a hypothetical tengu someday, and figured I’d name squat it. And if tengu never happen, well, this salad will just have a bizarre name for the rest of his existence.

(via Buns of Men)