The birth of a baby Cthulhu

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It’s so cute!

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If you pronounce it correctly, Cthulhu shows up. So are you really sure you want to know?

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There’s a safety mechanism. You have to pronounce it correctly three times.

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In front of your bathroom mirror, right?

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If you write and run 5-6 lines of APL code, there’s a good chance of His Tentacleness paying a visit anyway. We don’t need no steenkin’ safety mechanisms…

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Fungus, right… My religious training has prepared me to recognize that particular entity.
That there is a Prairie squid.

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This is exactly how Gaelic looks to me. I see the letters they use, I hear what they say, I don’t follow how one could possibly have anything to do with the other.

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I would like to congratulate my colleague for excellence in Cthulhu cosplay. Surely an effort deserving of the reward of being eaten first when the great old ones return!

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Instead of “a girl can dream,” I thought you’d go with…

“In her house at R’lyeh a girl waits dreaming”

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… a distant relative of the Pacific Northwest Tree Octopus

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Carboniferous ancestor courtesy of John Ptak:
http://longstreet.typepad.com/.a/6a00d83542d51e69e201bb08909d93970d-pi

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My protective cage, let me show you it:


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For those wondering “what in the hell is that thing”?

there is also a red cage fungus:

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So how many people failed their SAN roll?

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Would be awesome set to Erik Satie’s Gnossienne No. 5 - but so would anything Cthuloid, in my experience.

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Well, that settles it. It’s “fungopodes”.

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