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Trace too-exclaim query marks- by Sageofotherworlds Trace too-exclaim query marks- by Sageofotherworlds
Roffles... If you don't get the last part of the title - its because ! and ? are no allowed for titles. Which makes sense for anyone who has done any kinda data entry for a database on a site...

So its really "Trace too?!"

Yes - Twokinds fanart [link]

I shouldnt have to explain this, but I will...

Gender bending has recently become more fun for me to draw for whatever reason. Any excuse to draw move boobs. "Et Tu Brute?" it latin for "And you Brutus?" or something to that effect- here it more or less means Flora feels betrayed by Trace (or Tracy? roffles) since as a girl... her breasts are bigger...

I dont think ive ever had any real breast grabbing in any of my pictures before... its interesting XD
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minecrafroger Featured By Owner Jul 8, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
when see this, i think "this has Gender Blander magic all over it"
dominator0522 Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2013
What about the comic wben Natani was showing off her new illusion to Keith and was curious, and well.... I think you can guess what he did :p.
xsrayxd Featured By Owner Nov 9, 2012
i think Flora is in "heat", otherwise she wouldn't act like this... and her face... well
sammurabi17 Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2014
mastercheifslayer300 Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2012
shouldn't it be 'et tu trace?'
wolfmister Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2012  Student Writer
acctualy it literaly means "you to,brutus?

flora is being treated unfairly in my opinion(but then its kinda funny at the same time)
furrieforlif3 Featured By Owner May 1, 2012
poor flora... and trace sigh... what are we gnna do with you -.-
AlkuraDemoralManeke Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Et Tu Brute = basically Same To You Brutus. Latin is a Jerk... They're the words Julius Caesar is said to have uttered to Brutus, someone he trusted, as he lay dying due to betrayal by that person. Curses. They have always been muttered in people's dying breaths.

Ok nerd moment over. This is so cute!!
dondonboomshot Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2012
im only just starting italian class(8th grade btw)but if im correct this says and you horrible/bad or very bad
Sageofotherworlds Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It is not Italian, it is Latin and its a famous quote from Shakespeare's Caesar. I'd love to make a joke and say you should pay more attention to literature class than Italian but lets face it, classic literature probably hasn't been a focus in schools these days... Also I'm not a jerk so I said the joke while saying im not going to because I'm sure you probably just haven't had that class yet or your school doesn't teach it.
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