The four greatest phrases heard in my playwrighting class (who are big lurking lurkers who lurk, Jake) yesterday:
* "Lucky charms were created by hobos; that's why they smell like weed."
* "You can find naked people everywhere!"
* "Become a lesbian nun."
* "Foxtrot for Jesus!"
*sigh* There was a lot of laughing and not much writing that went on yesterday. Thank God for Google docs. *glares at students*
It totally looks like Draco's doing the whole cheerleader "spirit fingers" thing which, ironically, I used to mock when I was in High School. It makes me laugh.
My playwriting class year before last spent a great deal of time making fun of the "emo kids"; we even worked one into a play. This icon cracked me up, and I use it when I'm feeling particularly sorry for myself.
I detest clowns. Rodeo and otherwise. I think they are Cu-reep-y. The book "IT" by Stephen King freaked me out so badly when I was in High School that I had to quit babysitting for these people who had decorated their child's room in a circus theme (yeah, that, and I thought babysitting sucked). Who puts clowns in their kid's room!? That's just psychotic! Anyway, no love for the clowns. This is like immersion therapy, I hope that the more I see it, the less I'll be creeped out. It has not worked thus far.
It's no secret that I love the ferret. I totally think I could take Ginny. I'm scrappy. And quick. *bobs and weaves*
Have you seen Supernatural? OH DEAR GOODNESS, GO! It has stuff for the ladies (Jared Padelecki and Jensen Ackles) and stuff for the gentlemen (kick ass fight scenes and a muscle car) ans it is AWESOME. Many thanks to numbabywho introduced me to this show. Dean is nine different kinds of awesome. If I were a guy, I would totally want to be Dean Winchester. He ROCKS.
My favorite character in the Twilight series is Alice Cullen, and fifthofdecember made this icon for me; it's a bastardized line from Eclipse that I came up with. If you haven't read this series, go! It's teenaged vampire/werewolf angst. What's NOT to love?
I used to watch the Road Runner/ Bugs Bunny hour with my Daddy when I was a child. He loves slapstick, and I did too, back then. Nolan says that I secretly still do. Anyway, I love this particular cartoon, where Daffy Duck is Robin Hood, who has issues with his quarter staff. "Ho! Haha! Guard! Turn! Parry! Dodge! Spin! Ha! Thrust!" and then it bends his beak backward. I laugh every time. Also, Porky Pig is a pretty fabulous Friar Tuck in that episode. Also, theres the "Yoicks . . . and away!" where he swings on a vine into a tree. Classic.