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Catgirl Army Karaoke

Posted by shanoah on February 7, 2009

Well, let’s see if I can do the convoluted logic thing for a bridge. Your last post featured people in bizarre backwards robe/blanket things. You mentioned that you could pet a cat in one. Our D&D game which didn’t happen today also involved a cat, which had been turned into a catgirl (Don’t ask. Strange things tend to happen in my vicinity).

Therefore, the theme is catgirls. Which is why I’m subjecting you to a catgirl army singing karaoke today:

Catgirl Maid Army singing Karaoke

This, incidentally, is from an anime called UFO Princess Valkyrie. Also, just so you know, the voice actor singing at the end is capable of singing well. I’d presume the script called for her singing badly. 🙂


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