I was going to Google for a quote about moderation, but I couldn't find the one I vaguely remembered. The point was; it seems like most good things stay short.
The hull laid beaten, like it was Sol's fallen wife and Neptune weren't around to protect it. Silence clambered across the surface, knocking on the metal for a gullet to crawl down, while I set up the fireworks. The Highwayman rumbled, the ground-moon sung as its door was found, and screeches struck from the tree titans that surrounded us. There was only a beating heart to break the moment, while SIlence struggled to get the gears grinding and I lit the crucifixes. "What are they?" Silence yelled through the tin hull. "Vampires." I hollered back, finishing off the circle of Guy Fawkes sentinels while a colorful band came into view, sitting on the crown of a pallid skull. "Mexican vampires."
Yesss~ I need to get his most recent album, but Artificial Heart has some excellent stuff on it, as well as his Thing A Week songs. He can be remarkably poignant, while still hilarious. ♥
Do you speak Japanese, too? It's frustrating when you ask somebody for a good manga, and then they recommend one that has a gazillion chapters.ಠ_ಠ
Tripping across the desert went as well have could been expected; the Squire on our trail and the Americas goodbye did little to quell the confines of our habits. Silence's fingers brushed along the Highwayman's wheel, but touches wouldn't change its destination, and we crawled across the border without any push strong enough. The militant moosemen didn't give us trouble; even passed us three pounds o' crisco along the way. Silence threw it to the boot with a "Useful later", and we were outside the ground-moon before it landed.
I know that feel. I've become a massive cynic over the last two years, but there're still things to love. :3 Like Jonathan Coulton (Please tell me you've heard of him d: )
Have you ever watched it with the subtitles on? The Sir Robin song goes on a bit in them before it stops on the screen, and it's delightfully cruel. :v
So we waited beneath the pulse of the harsh sunny mistress, taunting is with the heat we'd soon be missing. Then he came, Eduardo Esquire, his thick brown hide covered in crimson ichor and his uglies bumped; he was dead on the horizon before we could beat feet, but he had 'em in his antlers; two robes of ebony and ivory, the habit for a nun brought from a Vegas walker. "Thanks, you unlucky sonuva..." Silence muttered to the mortal moose, throwing me the habits and traipsing back to the Highwayman. "C'mon. Canada's waiting."
Awww, there's that shyness again. :3 I just dance whenever I feel like it, y'know? But, I was once attacked by a set of bookshelves, so maybe I'm not the best example. d:
Fancy some buttered scones for tea? My favorite movie of theirs has to be the Holy Grail, for obvious reasons. d:
It began on a dusty highway, southwest of Las Vegas and just outside Primm. We were waiting against the Highwayman, coats discarded someplace across the Strip and baring skin to the harsh scrape of the desert wind. "When's it getting here?" I asked, my patience worn down from the banditos whose corpses rested amongst the giant, firebreathing ants. Silence spoke her name, still sore from the smashed tooth brought by the squire's bullet. "...soon."
I never wanted to buy cheese, anyway. I wanted to be a lumberjack.
I'm going to misconstrue the hell out of that comment. ;P Well, it's a long story, but it involves two nuns, a moose, and about three pounds of crisco. (Or just a lovely holiday with my partner, your choice. :v )
Hey, not just two! The janitor will probably be there, as well! Ah, I'm not a great singer either; more of a dancer. :3
It makes me feel...peckish. Esuriant. 'Ee, ah wor 'ungry-loike, in a nutshell. And I think..."A little fermented curd would do the trick!". I want to...curtail my Walpoling activities, sally forth, and infiltrate your place of purveyance to negotiate the vending of some cheesy comestibles! ... I want to buy some cheese.
It fits well enough. Spicy, likely to burn, and banned in Canada!
Attend Claire's musical night again tomorrow, for her rendition of "Darling Lili"!