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Well Fluke 2014 was probably my favorite Fluke yet. Thanks to everybody who visited and said hi! Also thanks for reading my comics too.
I finished the last one in the wee hours of the morning, managing to get all 4 Dogwarts bookmarks completed by the convention. Good thing too, because there were a good amount of Harry Potter fans there.
Unsurprisingly, Ravenpaw was the most popular, but not for the composition or the fact it had a corgi on it. I heard a lot about some “test” you can take online, and most people fit into Ravenclaw. Makes sense I guess since everybody there were such avid readers. What did surprise me though, was Sloberyn’s popularity was almost as much as Ravenpaw’s, because of people’s love for Dobermans. Hufflepup did pretty well (which makes me happy because I’m both a Hufflepuff, and it’s my favorite of the 4 bookmarks), but I was left with a lot of Gryffendoges at the end.
I’ll have more of these for Heroes Con in June. I’ll touch them up if I get a chance as well.
Do you have a favorite bookmark? Let me know!
*Edited the Gryffendoge image because it didn’t load properly*surfdogart:

Well Fluke 2014 was probably my favorite Fluke yet. Thanks to everybody who visited and said hi! Also thanks for reading my comics too.
I finished the last one in the wee hours of the morning, managing to get all 4 Dogwarts bookmarks completed by the convention. Good thing too, because there were a good amount of Harry Potter fans there.
Unsurprisingly, Ravenpaw was the most popular, but not for the composition or the fact it had a corgi on it. I heard a lot about some “test” you can take online, and most people fit into Ravenclaw. Makes sense I guess since everybody there were such avid readers. What did surprise me though, was Sloberyn’s popularity was almost as much as Ravenpaw’s, because of people’s love for Dobermans. Hufflepup did pretty well (which makes me happy because I’m both a Hufflepuff, and it’s my favorite of the 4 bookmarks), but I was left with a lot of Gryffendoges at the end.
I’ll have more of these for Heroes Con in June. I’ll touch them up if I get a chance as well.
Do you have a favorite bookmark? Let me know!
*Edited the Gryffendoge image because it didn’t load properly*surfdogart:

Well Fluke 2014 was probably my favorite Fluke yet. Thanks to everybody who visited and said hi! Also thanks for reading my comics too.
I finished the last one in the wee hours of the morning, managing to get all 4 Dogwarts bookmarks completed by the convention. Good thing too, because there were a good amount of Harry Potter fans there.
Unsurprisingly, Ravenpaw was the most popular, but not for the composition or the fact it had a corgi on it. I heard a lot about some “test” you can take online, and most people fit into Ravenclaw. Makes sense I guess since everybody there were such avid readers. What did surprise me though, was Sloberyn’s popularity was almost as much as Ravenpaw’s, because of people’s love for Dobermans. Hufflepup did pretty well (which makes me happy because I’m both a Hufflepuff, and it’s my favorite of the 4 bookmarks), but I was left with a lot of Gryffendoges at the end.
I’ll have more of these for Heroes Con in June. I’ll touch them up if I get a chance as well.
Do you have a favorite bookmark? Let me know!
*Edited the Gryffendoge image because it didn’t load properly*surfdogart:

Well Fluke 2014 was probably my favorite Fluke yet. Thanks to everybody who visited and said hi! Also thanks for reading my comics too.
I finished the last one in the wee hours of the morning, managing to get all 4 Dogwarts bookmarks completed by the convention. Good thing too, because there were a good amount of Harry Potter fans there.
Unsurprisingly, Ravenpaw was the most popular, but not for the composition or the fact it had a corgi on it. I heard a lot about some “test” you can take online, and most people fit into Ravenclaw. Makes sense I guess since everybody there were such avid readers. What did surprise me though, was Sloberyn’s popularity was almost as much as Ravenpaw’s, because of people’s love for Dobermans. Hufflepup did pretty well (which makes me happy because I’m both a Hufflepuff, and it’s my favorite of the 4 bookmarks), but I was left with a lot of Gryffendoges at the end.
I’ll have more of these for Heroes Con in June. I’ll touch them up if I get a chance as well.
Do you have a favorite bookmark? Let me know!
*Edited the Gryffendoge image because it didn’t load properly*

surfdogart:

Well Fluke 2014 was probably my favorite Fluke yet. Thanks to everybody who visited and said hi! Also thanks for reading my comics too.

I finished the last one in the wee hours of the morning, managing to get all 4 Dogwarts bookmarks completed by the convention. Good thing too, because there were a good amount of Harry Potter fans there.

Unsurprisingly, Ravenpaw was the most popular, but not for the composition or the fact it had a corgi on it. I heard a lot about some “test” you can take online, and most people fit into Ravenclaw. Makes sense I guess since everybody there were such avid readers. What did surprise me though, was Sloberyn’s popularity was almost as much as Ravenpaw’s, because of people’s love for Dobermans. Hufflepup did pretty well (which makes me happy because I’m both a Hufflepuff, and it’s my favorite of the 4 bookmarks), but I was left with a lot of Gryffendoges at the end.

I’ll have more of these for Heroes Con in June. I’ll touch them up if I get a chance as well.

Do you have a favorite bookmark? Let me know!

*Edited the Gryffendoge image because it didn’t load properly*


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Psych2go features various psychological findings and myths. In the future, psych2go attempts to include sources to posts for the for the purpose of generating discussions and commentaries. This will give readers a chance to critically examine psychology.


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Psych2go features various psychological findings and myths. In the future, psych2go attempts to include sources to posts for the for the purpose of generating discussions and commentaries. This will give readers a chance to critically examine psychology.