Happy Rina Friday friend!!!!!!!!!!
You already said that 30 minutes ago!
So our hosting company just switched the site to PHP v7.4 and removed the option to go back to previous versions, and it looks like some things are already broken. orz
I will look into this more thoroughly this weekend.
yeah, no. I don't like that dress on her actually.
Good luck, that's weird that they'd go and do that.
What happened to the colour of the names?
Oh I guess >>49986
explains it maybe I should use my eyes.
surprise updates can be such a bother
Okay, I begged them to let me switch back to 7.3 and they agreed, so now I have some time to figure out how to get ready for 7.4.
Good work nenmin, now we can go back to taking it easy easy~
Last night I had a dream that a family of bunnies was hopping around on my bed and everywhere in my room while I was trying to sleep. I don't know how long passed in the dream like this, but at some point I got up and told the bunnies "hey! knock it off guys!" The bunnies all stopped hopping everywhere and curled up with me on my bed and I fell asleep hugging one of the little floofs.
thank you nenmin!
i'll wait warmly for the nen of the future (
If I had to say so, yes. Skeletons are essential to the structure and rigidity of the body. Considering her upper body isn't flopping around nor is there an extreme amount of muscle that might support it, I would have to assume so.
I'm more curious on how the internal organs are laid out and function.
there are no major organs in the human torso except for the brain and the esophagus and airways. The whole human torso can flush with blood, blushing the whole human part at once, to radiate heat.
That's very strange. I know centaurs aren't real, but that would make the human skeleton part mostly pointless. A drain on vitamins. You could argue that the additional production of blood is necessary for the blushing function, but I doubt the bones would be laid out the same way, as there isn't much for the ribs to protect.
She probably needs a heart in both bodies too, maybe a horse heart could do it but the brain is quite important and requires good blood flow plus the musculature of her human body could benefit form it's own heart as well.
She would need a larger, more powerful heart to be sure. I'm not so sure if multiple hearts would be very practical for a mammal though. A two heart system would be prone to a lot of defects. I think them both being connected to the same set of lungs would remove any real benefit to such a system. Animals that have multiple hearts aren't limited by only having one set of lungs, usually opting for a more direct method of respiration (through the skin or gills). This allows for those hearts to circulate blood separately rather than working against one another with the connection that the lungs would require. Circulatory diseases would only compound on that. Rather than blood flowing as it should, and additional resistance would damage the delicate balance of blood the body would require. Of course, I'm only vaguely familiar with human anatomy so take all of that with many grains of salt.
The heart of a moose would probably be sufficient, or maybe something a little bigger.
payphones need to have a second, extra long horsie phone that can reach from their ears to their mouth
as for smartphones, they just use speaker phone or listen to the call through earbuds while speaking into the mic.