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- caparison: put a caparison on; "caparison the horses for the festive occasion"
- overdress: put on special clothes to appear particularly appealing and attractive; "She never dresses up, even when she goes to the opera"; "The young girls were all fancied up for the party"
- make something appear superficially attractive; "The researcher tried to dress up the uninteresting data"; "Don't try to dress up the unpleasant truth"
- The structure or composition of something
- The manufacturer or trade name of a particular product
- The making of electrical contact
- brand: a recognizable kind; "there's a new brand of hero in the movies now"; "what make of car is that?"
- give certain properties to something; "get someone mad"; "She made us look silly"; "He made a fool of himself at the meeting"; "Don't make this into a big deal"; "This invention will make you a millionaire"; "Make yourself clear"
- A form of play or sport, esp. a competitive one played according to rules and decided by skill, strength, or luck
- A complete episode or period of play, typically ending in a definite result
- A single portion of play forming a scoring unit in a match, esp. in tennis
- bet on: place a bet on; "Which horse are you backing?"; "I'm betting on the new horse"
- a contest with rules to determine a winner; "you need four people to play this game"
- crippled: disabled in the feet or legs; "a crippled soldier"; "a game leg"
MindWare's Make Your Own Mask Kit
MindWare Make Your Own Mask Kit
This magical kit turns kids into lions, pirates, princesses or anything else their imaginations can create. Includes ten sturdy mask forms with elastic cords, double-stick tape, pompoms, jewels and fringed paper, plus ready-to-decorate cutouts of hats, glasses, funny lips and more.
Perfect for classroom projects, sleep over's and birthday parties
Over 200 pieces in all
Pair with MindWare's Set of 24 markers for a day of fun
Recommended Ages: 6 years & up
maybe the only thing truly transgressive about most drag queens is their honesty (channel 4, deal 2, trick R)
As a small child during the early 1970s when i was playing with Spirograph toys there was often a very satisfying mental sensation during the final few cycles and sweeps of the cog as the ball-point pen directed it into the notches which would complete the geometric patterns. When the rosettes and oblongs were nearing coalescense i would feel a few brief moments of happiness as my eyes were rewarded with the finishing of the patterns where the lines of the pen connected nicely. By contrast, when playing with Lego sets i would experience a longer extended "satisfaction" phase because there could often be several minutes during which the final few pieces were being snapped in place while the overall construction was nearly entirely apparent.
I've never really been hugely into doing much drag, at least not intentionally. I've never put a big effort into any particular project involving elaborate costume, cosmetics, or theatrical apparel. I don't think it's "my cup of tea". But i understand how some people derive great enjoyment from dressing up for the sake of dance, play, song, or whatever: i think i comprehend a bit of the "satisfaction" one feels as an arrangement is coming together nicely.
Perhaps it's a little bit like when Tony's chili recipe resulted in a marvelous dinner today. But dinner can often simply be purposeful, whereas drag might potentially be purely fun. Sometimes there are things i wear which people might point to and say, "That's leather-fairy drag, that's fairy leather-queer drag," etc., but typically i don't put a lot of coordinated effort into a project involving superficial appearances. I like to play, i like toys, i like being a leatherfaery radical queer sex libertarian; but it's not much of a frivolous costume, it's actually usually purposeful. The leather and rubber and other sorts of gear aren't for show-and-tell per se, they're for actual usage.
Maybe that's part of why i enjoy the whimsy of tarot garden bricolage. It's a chance to play around with logical arrangements while relishing the freedom of any flight of fancy: frivolous rather than purposeful. Why should we look at drag and refer to it as fantasy projected into reality? Here's an alternate viewpoint: perhaps everybody is basically going through reality spending their whole life perpetually in drag, and only rarely does anybody ever stop to acknowledge this and willfully choose a personal style of drag which fails to adhere to normative appearances. Eschew fashion, choose your own drag!
What i mean is: maybe the only thing truly transgressive about most drag queens is their honesty. Drag queens often say, "I'm not so afraid to do drag and look like this, despite societal judgment and hostilities, because i'm being honestly the person i wish to be." It's not necessarily a particular facet of somebody's drag which makes that drag queen transgressive, it's often merely their willingness to defy convention which is the personality characteristic which hostile bigots despise. Drag is anti-authoritarian, playfulness is anti-hierarchical, and queer whimsy is a threat to oppressive puritanism. This is why we must celebrate and promote drag, if we ever hope to overthrow and destroy the hegemon. Progress won't arise without transgression against the oppression; and the first step to transgression might be as simple as putting on some drag of your own. The second step might then be: take that honesty and project it out into the world through all the things you'd like to do. Maybe it's easier if you're in your favorite drag.
Initiate (Contractor) = You are able to calculate precisely the disposition of your remaining cards as they are now all promoted to co-Titan status. Your opponents will never be able to capture any further tricks and you will be able to play your Ace of Trump during the very end of the tableau to earn its "Least-At-Last" bonus. You can basically tell the defenders you are scooping up the rest of the tierces: show them your unstoppable 21 of trumps, TITAN of the Universe.
Medium = You are required to follow into the Aether, and you play your lowest card in the Void here: your 10 Wheel of Fortune, La Rota Fortuna. C'est la vie.
Dealer = You are also required to follow, and your low card in the Void is the perfectly balanced Cosmic Tribe dancer. You surrender yourself to the eternal, playing your 8 of trumps: the mobius strip of the 8 turns sideways to symbolize infinity-- the pose, froze, forever ready to dance again.
Initiate (Contractor) = lead Aether 21, Cosmic Multiverse Axis.
Medium = acquiesce Aether 10, Squeal.
Dealer = acquiesce Aether 8, Dance.
Contractor scores +4 Tricky Points for the TITAN Key terminal card, plus +1 Tricky Point for the tierce, no face cards; these 5 are added to their previous 24 for a new subtotal of 29 at the end of thi
Your obsessed with TF2 if...
I WILL MARK THE ONES I DO! @=Ally does this
You giggled while reading "To Kill A Mockingbird".
You cannot watch a James Bond film without screaming "HE'S A SPY!"
@ Anything suspicious is a Spy.
@ All crabs are SPYCRABS.
@ Nobody can mention maggots without you shouting "MAGGOTS".
@ You find references in everything. Seriously. Everything.
@ You refer to fizzy drinks as BONK.
@ You cannot be around a baseball bat without picking it up and doing
a Scout pose.
@ You do not trust German doctors.
@ You have spent whole days speaking in a Russian/Boston/Texan/French/
@ Your preferred form of greeting is to sneak up on your friends, hit
them on the back and say "Right be`ind you".
@ You want to give Heavy a big hug.
You can play most of the pieces of music in the game on piano or guitar.
You start nitpicking and pulling apart every Meet The videos for
You look for burning Snipers in every fire in the game.
@ When injured, you scream "MEDIC!" or "I NEED A DISPENSER HERE!"
@ When anyone touches anything of yours, you automatically say "Who
touched my (insert inanimate object name here)" in a Russian accent.
@ Whenever Justin Bieber's "Baby" song plays, you start singing the
Heavy Bieber version. Ditto TiK ToK and Boink Bonk.
@ You giggle when anyone says "soup can".
@ You cannot say "sandwich". You have to say "sandvich".
@ You create different scenarios in your head in which Pyro is unmasked.
You think Pyro sounds Mexican.
@ The comeback "your mum" has been replaced by "zat would be your
@ Whenever anyone does something wrong, you go "YOU FAIL" in an
You think that Heavy and Medic is the cutest pairing ever.
@ You scorn the fem classes.
@ You know at least one of the Meet The videos off by heart, and can
recite it perfectly.
You spent ages working on your accents, just so you could cosplay your
@ You have almost created an entire team consisting of your friends.
You sing Florence + The Machine's "Heavy In Your Arms" in a Russian
@ Gas masks make you laugh.
You got really excited when Scout broke the fourth wall. ("Yeah, I
dare ya, rage quit".)
@ Your excuse for everything is "I'm a drunk Scottish Cyclops".
You confide your deepest secrets to shovels.
@ You support a specific team.
@ You refuse to buy clothes in the opposite team's colour.
Baseball is suddenly a lot more exciting.
You really, really want Garry's Mod.
@ You know what the hell Garry's Mod is.
@ You write loads of fanfiction/draw loads of fanart featuring your
You really want to study philosophy.
@ You own something with your favourite class name written on it.
@ You have at least one TF2 cosplay in your wardrobe.
You have taken screenshots from the Meet The videos, put them on
Facebook and tagged all your friends as the class they most resemble.
@ If people wearing balaclavas ever burgle your house, you will not be
able to do anything about it, as you will be laughing too hard. Bonus
points if they're armed.
@ Everyone is out to sap you.
@ The phrase "he stabbed me in the back" (when referring to betrayal)
will never be the same again.
@ When walking through dark alleys alone at night, you are not afraid
of thugs, thieves or rapists; you are scared of Spy.
You have turned up to a fancy dress party in TF2 cosplay.
You have written your own version of the Intelligence.
Rainbows make you cry.
@ You have "thoughts" on what the team do when they're not
battling . . .
@ . . . and picture yourself in some of the scenarios you create.
@ You quote the game at every opportunity.
@ You think it's weird when people don't get your TF2 references/jokes.
@ You have spent hours on YouTube searching for funny TF2 videos.
You have downloaded a load of TF2 parodies of songs.
You saw the guy in the gas mask in the "Commander" by Kelly Rowland
music video, and immediately thought "PYRO!"
@ You roleplay your favourite class all the time with your friends.
@ Your family no longer ask you "what game are you playing?" they ask,
"which class are you playing as?"
@ (Surprisingly NOT the Spy! Ask me)You have a secret crush on one of
You saw the reference in the American Civil War.
@ Sniper, Spy, Scout, Heavy, Medic, Pyro, Engineer, Soldier and
Demoman are now pronouns to you.
You have read this list and nodded at least twenty times, then got
paranoid that I'm spying on you because I know so much about your TF2
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