When we had every holiday at my grandma’s house in Dallas, it was my uncle’s responsibility to stop at the Czech Stop  in West, TX on his way up I-35.  You see, a long time ago, a group of Czechs settled in West and I am forever grateful because along with them they brought the beloved kolache, which my uncle then brought to us.

Ever since we moved from Texas, holidays have been lacking kolaches.  For the non-Czech and non-Texan readers, a kolache is a pastry filled with fruit.  Kolaches filled with cherries.  Kolaches with sausage and even jalapeno sausage for the brave.  Kolaches filled with my favorite, cream cheese.

I used the wonderful Homesick Texan’s recipe , which is adapted from Texas Monthly and the Houston Chronicle .  For the filling, I used this recipe.

When we had every holiday at my grandma’s house in Dallas, it was my uncle’s responsibility to stop at the Czech Stop  in West, TX on his way up I-35.  You see, a long time ago, a group of Czechs settled in West and I am forever grateful because along with them they brought the beloved kolache, which my uncle then brought to us.

Ever since we moved from Texas, holidays have been lacking kolaches.  For the non-Czech and non-Texan readers, a kolache is a pastry filled with fruit.  Kolaches filled with cherries.  Kolaches with sausage and even jalapeno sausage for the brave.  Kolaches filled with my favorite, cream cheese.

I used the wonderful Homesick Texan’s recipe , which is adapted from Texas Monthly and the Houston Chronicle .  For the filling, I used this recipe.

Yao looks like the loli version of Kaho from LoverAble. Then I realized they made by the same company and drawn by the same illustrator. 🙂 I’ll be looking forward to this one as I enjoyed Loverable. And I agree with you, who cares about plot in a chara-ge?

Now you mention it, i do see the similarities between them. Hook and Smee aren’t really the same company, more like sister companies, although their games are very similar and they share staff.
Glad to see someone else looking forward to this game, since most people write off chara-ge sadly. Ah, i’ve not played Loverable yet even though the heroines changing was quite interesting, would you say its worth a play?

The only part of the heroines that changes are the clothes and the hairstyle, and even then its only 2 options for each. As a chara-ge, it has pure love, plenty of ichaicha, and little to no plot, which are to be expected. But I really like Kaho and Tsugumi so those 2 characters alone made the game worthwhile for me. Whether its worth a play for you depends on whether you like the characters or not.

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When we had every holiday at my grandma’s house in Dallas, it was my uncle’s responsibility to stop at the Czech Stop  in West, TX on his way up I-35.  You see, a long time ago, a group of Czechs settled in West and I am forever grateful because along with them they brought the beloved kolache, which my uncle then brought to us.

Ever since we moved from Texas, holidays have been lacking kolaches.  For the non-Czech and non-Texan readers, a kolache is a pastry filled with fruit.  Kolaches filled with cherries.  Kolaches with sausage and even jalapeno sausage for the brave.  Kolaches filled with my favorite, cream cheese.

I used the wonderful Homesick Texan’s recipe , which is adapted from Texas Monthly and the Houston Chronicle .  For the filling, I used this recipe.

Yao looks like the loli version of Kaho from LoverAble. Then I realized they made by the same company and drawn by the same illustrator. 🙂 I’ll be looking forward to this one as I enjoyed Loverable. And I agree with you, who cares about plot in a chara-ge?

Now you mention it, i do see the similarities between them. Hook and Smee aren’t really the same company, more like sister companies, although their games are very similar and they share staff.
Glad to see someone else looking forward to this game, since most people write off chara-ge sadly. Ah, i’ve not played Loverable yet even though the heroines changing was quite interesting, would you say its worth a play?

The only part of the heroines that changes are the clothes and the hairstyle, and even then its only 2 options for each. As a chara-ge, it has pure love, plenty of ichaicha, and little to no plot, which are to be expected. But I really like Kaho and Tsugumi so those 2 characters alone made the game worthwhile for me. Whether its worth a play for you depends on whether you like the characters or not.

Ходячий замок (2004)
# 137 on IMDb Top Rated Movies »

Anna Kendrick »
# 241 on STARmeter

An 11-year-old boy gets a crash course in what it means to be a man when he spends a day with the ex-convict uncle he idolizes.

I went out one night with some of my friends. After a few a few hours of dancing, I started to feel a little crazy . So when the guy I had been dancing with grabbed me and kissed me, I let it happen—even though he was a total stranger . A few minutes in, I freaked and ran into the bathroom to get away from him.

But – surprise! – he followed me in there, and we somehow ended up in a stall together. At first we were just making out, but the next thing I knew, he was pulling down my jeans and, well, let’s just say he went ‘down there’ . Right in the middle of things, the door to the bathroom opened and we heard a bouncer’s voice ordering us to get out of the stall.

The dude I was with ran out as fast as possible, and the bouncer told me I had to leave the club — but I so wasn’t ready to go home. I started flirting with him, hoping he’d let me stay… and a few minutes later, we were making out against the sink! So, yeah: I hooked up with two strangers back-to-back in a club bathroom. That’s the last time I go to that club!

When we had every holiday at my grandma’s house in Dallas, it was my uncle’s responsibility to stop at the Czech Stop  in West, TX on his way up I-35.  You see, a long time ago, a group of Czechs settled in West and I am forever grateful because along with them they brought the beloved kolache, which my uncle then brought to us.

Ever since we moved from Texas, holidays have been lacking kolaches.  For the non-Czech and non-Texan readers, a kolache is a pastry filled with fruit.  Kolaches filled with cherries.  Kolaches with sausage and even jalapeno sausage for the brave.  Kolaches filled with my favorite, cream cheese.

I used the wonderful Homesick Texan’s recipe , which is adapted from Texas Monthly and the Houston Chronicle .  For the filling, I used this recipe.

Yao looks like the loli version of Kaho from LoverAble. Then I realized they made by the same company and drawn by the same illustrator. 🙂 I’ll be looking forward to this one as I enjoyed Loverable. And I agree with you, who cares about plot in a chara-ge?

Now you mention it, i do see the similarities between them. Hook and Smee aren’t really the same company, more like sister companies, although their games are very similar and they share staff.
Glad to see someone else looking forward to this game, since most people write off chara-ge sadly. Ah, i’ve not played Loverable yet even though the heroines changing was quite interesting, would you say its worth a play?

The only part of the heroines that changes are the clothes and the hairstyle, and even then its only 2 options for each. As a chara-ge, it has pure love, plenty of ichaicha, and little to no plot, which are to be expected. But I really like Kaho and Tsugumi so those 2 characters alone made the game worthwhile for me. Whether its worth a play for you depends on whether you like the characters or not.

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