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29 March 2006 @ 09:35 pm
Ms. J K Rowling - The Bard of Modern Times  
*points to icon's keywords*

*continues slow clapping*

*waits for tumultuous applause to join me*

Ms. Rowling? I'm a big fan. A big fan.

And clearly you'll want me to play the part of the noble and handsome Prince when this sells to DreamWorks. I'll call Steven up, get him to add a perilous one-handed rock climb, some dragon fire, maybe a chariot or eight can blow up. Looks better on the screen.

This could be bigger than MI:III, opening in theaters in a few weeks.
Paul: *gigglesnort*pulling_faces on March 30th, 2006 04:30 am (UTC)
Okay, world of yes. World. Of yes. I just read that post and absolutely lost it. *joins in the slow clap*
cruisn4alawsuit on March 30th, 2006 03:05 pm (UTC)
Are you calling me gay? Because I will drag your ass into court and SUE you until you have nothing left but your balls in your hand and a tear stained face.
Paul: ooo...kaaay...pulling_faces on March 30th, 2006 03:15 pm (UTC)
Sir, I assure you, I am not unfamiliar with the sensation of my balls in my hand, and the only tears on my face are of SHEER UNADULTERATED JOY.

Not that you would know, since you're very clearly the epitome of heterosexual. I would never question that.
cruisn4alawsuit on March 30th, 2006 03:18 pm (UTC)
You're goddamned right about me being heterosexual. I mean, have you seen the women I end up with?

...I miss Ice Man.

BY WHICH I MEAN, I miss having a cool, straight man to talk in the public showers with, stripping to our skin and playing a manly game of volleyball with, a guy that clacks his teeth in my face and says how he is going to get his huge, throbbing machine over mine...

I'm not gay.