February 9th, 2005

Wow Neat

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Also, a late happy birthday to Mr W. Axl Rose. Hitting the big 43 (Dude, you're older than my dad....). And what do you know, he doesn't look a day over sixty-four! I mean seriously, he could stand outside of a maximum security prison all day, and anyone trying to escape would be scared the fuck back in.

Axl: *rasps* She's got a smiiiiiiiiiile...
Johnny Two Fingers: *climbs over barbed wire* Oh no! Forgeddabout it! *runs the fuck back*

-- duffnstuff (who really does love GnR, honestly...)

Stephanie Brown //girl wonder
  • lelola

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From a locked post by viewpoints (used with permission):

Joe_Canadian: i would have no problem doing the kereoke.....but if its in another language i am screwed and it sounds like me hitting a cat with a baby
Amy the Yu: That's hilarious. Although I'd wonder how you know what it sounds like to hit a cat with a baby. -_-
Elemental: Probably very similar to hitting a baby with a cat
  • Current Music
    Prodigy - Firestarter
intertubes tmicore

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cheezdanish, replying to this post of mine discussing how glad I am that I have not suddenly managed to become pregnant with miraculous god-babies:


LLJ: But my powers are the result of divine intervention!

Mom: Divine, schmivine. You're MY son, and you will behave within the bounds of provable fact!
Celes 2

Two for the price of one

The hysterical and sarcastic isilrandir whinges about bad music and bad days.

In this post---

So since today was asstastic, I've been feeling very... emo. You know. My life sucks! I'm gonna go sit in the corner and cry and listen to The Smiths! Nobody understands me! My girlfriend is going to realize that I'm not good enough for her! Waaaaah! Where's my tight pants and white belt? I gotta go get swallows and stars tattooed on my arms...

And in this post...

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I have low esteem for everyone else

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From trelkez here, in reference to the latest episode of SG-1:

I'm told that today is fandom explosion day. Thus, I made myself a tinfoil hat.

It's harder than you'd think to make an actual tin hat.

For my next trick, I will actually paste someone's head on. This will probably require decapitation beforehand, but I think I can hire that out and just come in when the glue guns are warmed up.
ello worm happy // 100x100

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lzz has unusual dreams. However, this one made me laugh so I hard I think I managed a sporfle. From here.


Last night I dreamed about men in wedding dresses. Well, to be more accurate, men in *ahem* parts of wedding dresses. Is this normal?

Most of them were shop-window mannequins, but one of them was... was...

*takes a deep breath*

One of them was Gandalf.
cat toilet paper
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In darkest Mordor, where men...shower in fear.

The always entertaining naamah_darling is dealing with plumbing problems:

Our ring around the tub has reached epic proportions. It is truly terrifying. When I turn the hot water on, little elvish runes appear all around the inside of it. Adding to the atmosphere, the in-ceiling bathroom heater looks exactly like the Eye of Sauron when I turn it on in the mornings. My bathroom is henceforth dubbed "Mordor." Which would make the toilet Mount Doom, I suppose.

Which just led to the mental image of giving Frodo a swirly.
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Doctor Science

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deltues was doing her homework:

[excerpt from "an actual trial transcript," apparently]:
The Court: Next witness.
Ms. Olschner: Your Honor, at this time I would like to swat Mr. Buck in the head with his client's deposition.
The Court: You mean read it?
Ms. Olschner: No, sir. I mean to swat him [in] the head with it. Pursuant to Rule 32, I may use the deposition "for any purpose" and that is the purpose for which I want to use it.
The Court: Well, it does say that.
(Pause.)
The Court: There being no objection, you may proceed.
(Whereupon Ms. Olschner swatted Mr. Buck in the head with a deposition.)


Oh, those wacky litigators.
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[c] hark! a vagrant! - eat a dick
  • renne

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indriya reflects on the music she heard in various countries on her trip to south-east asia:

THE MUSIC OF SOUTH-EAST ASIA
Music I heard in places I went.

Singapore:
God damn near everything from every corner of the globe. I can't be more specific than that, other than to say it all sounded "shiny." Singapore is like one really big, really shiny, well-ordered, neat-and-tidy, extra-shiny rave, (only if you do take drugs at this rave, you die - it's the law, kids).

Malaysia:
Kylie Minogue was the big favourite. Incomprehensible Thai techno also rocked da house. There was happy hardcore, but none of it appealed to me. Whereas Singapore doesn't need the drugs, Malaysia could do with some extra happy, but again - the death penalty is regularly enforced.

Thailand:
Thai pop is shiny in all the wrong ways... And French covers of English songs... EVERYWHERE! ARGH! And there was a TV show I watched a couple of times with a group of Thai pretty, young, unbelievably-white-skinned things hosting it, who would randomly burst into song for seemingly no reason... I have no idea what it was all about. A serious Lost In Translation moment... but I also found myself watching it in Vietnam as well... Hypnotising...

Lao:
Our lord and god: Jeff Buckley... I shit you not. And Powderfinger... Seriously, there is nothing this country does wrong.

Vietnam:
More Thai pop. Delta Goodrem was an overwhelming favourite... sometimes there's just no accounting for taste in countries that have tonal languages... a Lost In Translation effect, perhaps.

Cambodia:
U2! Tori Amos! Cambodia rocked... right up until Rod Stewart came on it did, anyway... blah... hee. (Hi, Dad.)
  • Current Music
    truce - the dresden dolls
keep calm and run

Survival of the fittest?

So my friend bonesbaby33 writes in a friends-locked post about a Laser Tag competition between two groups at her school: the MSC kids (Math Science Computers... the smart ones), and Humanities:

MSC-Humanities Laser Tag...I'm sorry Humanities kids, but MSC will dominate. By a lot. That's just the way it is when you have guys who play Halo more than they do homework or look at artwork. Our team members should have names like The Integrator, The Differentiator, St. D., The Extended Leave of Absence, and The Cusp. Humanities members will have names like I Love Art, Mozzart, Bach, and I Love History. ;)

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(and yes, of course I have permission)
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