He’d died. Just like that. Fallen. Keeled over. Kicked the bucket. And now there was an opening on the council. Just like that, everything had changed. Read more
Yo, it’s ya boy Kenny comin’ at ya with another epic week of sick HCAD goodness. We’re gonna give ya hella Cliparts all up in this mofo and then go beast mode with these gnarly election stories (which may or may not be late, I’m trying here people). So sit back, dudes and dudettes, and stay tuned to Nickelodeon Guts or whatever because I can’t decide what decade this post is supposed to be from.
Hi, I’m stormwarning.
I have the jokes. The very bad, unfunny jokes. I am on this website to improve the jokes that I have, but also to get more. I shall steal them.
Personally, I consider myself a failure at all things internet. That will also improve.
You will notice that I often write about death. That is because people die all the time and the thought of that comforts me. I am trying to be less comforted by that and more comforted by actual comforting things like fuzzy animals.
Have a good day.
Home Clipart Animal Deer is searching for new talent! Or ability to write a bunch of dumb stories about presidential candidates and clipart. Either is acceptable to us.
We’re going to take this site to the next level in order to provide the best HCAD Experience for all of our fine readers out there. Due to many commitments from both of HCAD’s current authors, it is getting hard to maintain and improve the amount and quality (haha) of content on the site. But with your help, just maybe, we will be able to fulfill the site’s true potential and become the premier PML (Peddling of Mediocre Literature) service in the tri-state area.
If you’re interested in writing stories that would fit with the HCAD Brand®, including and especially serial fiction, or if you’re interested in contributing articles that you think should find a home here, then read on for the details:
Okay, so like, today’s Monday. You know what that means.
A new week of Home Clipart Animal Deer, of course.
We’ve got a few new posts to show you. They will be some pretty entertaining posts.
However… Like, we’re still working on a new schedule for our postings, so don’t be worried if there are some strange gaps (and there have been some).
We’ve both started new semesters at school and are still trying to sort things out.
Also, we’re going to start looking for help with the site. This might be something of interest for you. Stay tuned for a post related to that.
New year, same ol’ HCAD, baby! That’s right, were resolutioning to keep doing exactly what we’ve been doing for months. More cliparts. More election stories. More me forgetting to do what I’m supposed to do ahead of time and cobbling something together at the last minute. Why? Because we’re here for you and we always will be. Stay beautiful, people.
HCAD has yet another increment of seven days headed straight towards your eyeballs, if so you choose to stick around and let your eyeballs experience the things headed towards them, which is probably very exciting to many people, arguably most people, because there are several stories coming out this week, and not one of them could truly be considered weak, though that is the opinion of the authors themselves and not an opinion that is objective in any way, obviously, which of course means very little to any outside opinions because the opinions of authors on their own works is essentially useless because of the clear biases and inability to view the stories that they themselves have written from an outside point-of-view.
There’s a storm coming… The storm, of course, is the storm of a new week of HCAD Posts!
It’s Thanksgiving Week, which of course means you’ll be with your families, maybe, and maybe not have enough time to be reading our various stories and other things. But hopefully you’ll eschew any notions of the traditional Thanksgiving Week and decide to come eat turkey with us, metaphorically of course. The turkey is a metaphor for reading stories.
This week, we’ll be posting more stories as usual, and our Movie Club essay will be on Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, as you could probably have guessed. So hit that subscribe button, or constantly refresh the site to give us more page views, and strap yourself in for Home Clipart Animal Deer: Week 12!
“Thanks for telling me about this,” AI Dyan said to Future Richard. “I’m the only one, right?”
“Yes,” Future Richard said to the tiny hologram, projecting from an outlet in the hallway. “I don’t know if I can trust anyone else with this. I don’t know for sure if I can trust you.”
Cowboy Kiddie kicked open the saloon doors and sauntered in, fingers wriggling over his water pistols. His legs were turned as far to the side as they could go without popping out of his hip joints. The miners and charros looked on at him with contempt before their eyes sank back in their drinks. He scrambled to sit up in the bar stool but eventually hiked himself on to the seat, his eyes barely sitting above the counter.
“Haaaaaaaaaaaaady, parder,” Cowboy Kiddie said to the mustachioed barkeep with a tip of his hat. “Gimme th’ biggest, frostiest ol’ glass o’ root beer ye got behind that there counter over yonder!”