San Diego Has a Mighty Herd

San Diego Has a Mighty Herd

The commentary is pretty fine too. And it doesn't even mention the "Look out! here comes an S!" apostrophe.


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29 Responses:

  1. vomitrocity says:

    Because there were so many centaurs roaming the wilderness during the renaissance.

  2. mackys says:

    While not quite as weird, I also saw Eccentrica Gallumbits porn today.

    I never could get the hang of Wednesdays...

  3. Also, why the hell does it say "See you soon" in Swedish underneath? Centaurs aren't even part of Swedish mythology...

  4. ultranurd says:

    I probably don't really want to know, but how does the hind part of this costume work? Is there someone else in there, or is it just on some kind of armature?

    • ommadawn says:

      the commentary seems to imply it's a centaur on wheels..

    • pavel_lishin says:

      That's why they're recruiting. Everyone gets tired of being the centaur's ass.

      Especially when they go home and the X-rated Centaur festivities begin.

      • gytterberg says:

        I don't know. I mean, if you've got to be one half of a centaur involved in x-rated festivites, would you rather be the half with genitals or the half which just stands around looking uncomfortable and maybe for effect making whatever kind of noises centaurs in love make?

  5. While we're on the topic of language failures: "Centurion"? Really? The last time I checked, that was a Roman soldier. "Centaur" is a direct derivation of a Greek, not a Latin root, Kèntauroi. The marginally grammatically correct adjectival form would be centauric. While not so glaring as the S-alarm apostrophe, this all leaves one to wonder whether these people have read even a single Real Book not authored by Tolkein.

  6. krowface says:

    i've met this guy personally at various renne faires across the country.


    back legs don't even move.

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