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Some buildings in Hong Kong have holes in them because people believe dragons need to pass though. No disrespect to Hong Kong's dragons, but I can just imagine how annoying it'd be to have dragons mess up your city if you don't make holes in your buildings for them.

Hong Kong China
17th August 2018
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3 months ago #9783921        
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If i remember correctly one time a building didnt have a hole in it, so the dragons could not make it to the water. The bussnises who were working inside it suffred pretty badly for some reason, so thay tore it down. So the moral of the story: Let your luck dragons fly to their destination without being interupted or you shall be punished!

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3 months ago #9784304        
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"There's always the threat of an attack by, say, a giant space dragon - the kind that eats the sun every 30 days? It's a nuisance, but what can you expect from reptiles?" - Marcus, Babylon 5.


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3 months ago #9784114        
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That dragon is very cute. It would be a shame if Europe saw it; he might put on a suit of armor and try and slay it.


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3 months ago #9784052        
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Wyd if you don't make holes for dragons to pass through, or divert roads to protect the elves.


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3 months ago #9784003        
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If only WTC had been built like this.

3 months ago #9783954        
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Aw, what a cute dragon.

3 months ago #9785206        
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*quickly writes this idea down for her fantasy world*

3 months ago #9784244        
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*chuckles at just how HAPPY that dragon looks*

3 months ago #9784055        
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What else are the dragons supposed to do? Fly around?

3 months ago #9783967        
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surprised there has been no comic about the ban of Burqa's in Denmark.


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