June 19th, 2003

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stepliana: forty six hours.
friend: *feels tempted to utter the Lord's Prayer or something*
stepliana: our j.k. rowling, who art in london, author be thy name
friend: thy novel come, thy will be done
friend: BUT NOT TO RON FUCKING WEASLEY, GOT IT?

- stepliana in an IM conversation with a friend about the upcoming Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix release
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3:46PM - Woohoo!
Yay! Look at me, I'm a redhead again! That's right, folks, I now have the legal right to be sexier, more temperamental, and look a hell of a lot better in my green clothes then I usually do.

At least for the next 28 to 30 shampoos

- TrollPrincess on her new haircolor
Desperada, K: Desperada
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Yet another beaut from marysues

wal_lace: Half vampire? Ugh. Just...ugh. I want her to meet Blade. Then I want Blade to engage in an obscenely violent action sequence with an annoying hard-rock soundtrack, culminating in him brutally dismembering her. Does this make me a bad person?

kiz: If it does, then I'm a horrible person, too. I was compiling the annoying hard-rock soundtrack in my head as you said that.
Fox and magpie (art (c) kyoht.com)

"Order of the Phoenix" implausibles...

"Voldemort turns out to be Dumbledore's son.

Hermione turns out to be really really *bad* at a given subject.

Dudley Dursley turns out to have magical potential

Snape makes a succession of sexist comments in the first part of the book. Later, he gets turned into a woman in a magical accident caused by Neville Longbottom. Dumbledore chooses not to turn him back in order to teach him a lesson. (Remember, kids' books have Over Egged Morals)"

-songster in response to darthfi's question on the soon-to-be-released Order of the Phoenix
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