There's a storm in my teacup!

Well, in my dollar store mug.

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Barcode Simplicity

The last picture in Harry Potter & The Deathly Hallows was a ghastly image to endure. It was a fitting ending to the whole set of books, however.


And that's all I have to say about that.

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Actually, I also have to say that as the creator of this picture based upon a conversation we had, goggalicious is the winner.

It's Obviously a Know-It-All

Never trust a pie that wears glasses.

I prefer steak and ale, I find the glasses tend to get stuck between my teeth!

And the repercussions of biting a wand aren't too pretty either.

I sort of wish that was the only page in the book. SO damn funny!


After Jamie, I resolved to be a more proactive internet friender, but you beat me to the punch on both lj and the facebook! Dang, you Tacomians have speed.

Either way, it was nice meeting you. I especially enjoyed how all your jokes related to beating people or death.

I'd argue that it was less about speed and more the factor that I have less of a social life than any of you Seattelites. Still, this means you can beat me on MySpace, if you have such a thing!

(I woke up this morning with a few minutes to spare before my bus arrived, so I had to try to see who I could find. To be quite frank, if your LJ username had been later in the alphabet, you'd have beaten me.)

If there were an Engrish generator, my motto would be "HAPPY SUNSHINE STATE OF MIND". I had great fun meeting the lot of ye. It was a very refreshing adventure. I was also commenting on the bus home that I was amazed and excited by the fabulous beer of choice in your residence - the Stella Artois - and had to guess that only the most Europhilic of the household could have chosen such a wondrous nectar. Jamie confirmed that was probably your choice.

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