Tuesday, April 23, 2013


So I finally finished a project for human geography. It was most annoying. It involved an online map-making program, for which I had to create three different 30-day trial accounts before it actually worked. After that, it wasn't so bad. Even so, I am very happy that it is over with and I shall celebrate with funny things.

Really, Theoden? (Facepalming is, indeed, the only appropriate reaction to this realization.) Even if his original name was Grima, son of Galmod, the fact that every single other person in Rohan is calling the guy Wormtongue is not a good sign. Fun fact: in the book, Wormtongue also steals things from other people. He had even stolen Theoden's sword, Herugrim, and locked it away in his trunk. This leads to a beautiful moment in the book when Eomer offers his own sword to Theoden in its place.

*sigh* Eomer is so awesome in the book.

Moving along...

This one is for you, Amy. :)

Oh, no! Ezio Auditore de Firenze is taking the hobbits to Isengard! Well, at least someone's doing it... XD I can't remember if I've posted this before or not, but it's so funny I'm doing it again anyways. These are very nice cosplay outfits here, too.

Yay for The Princess Bride crossover! I am soooooo thankful to Marcela for recommending that book to me (yes, there is a book). "Hello. My name is Inigo Montoya. You killed my father. Prepare to die."

Also: "You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means." Observe what Catholic Memes has done with that:

And, most of the time, it does not mean what Protestants think it means. Hey, if you're going to bash us, at least bash us for something in which we actually believe. Hint: infallibility does not mean impeccability.

Back to the fun stuff!

The wall always had it coming. It totally deserved it. The smiley face also deserved it.

I also like the flag of the skull or whatever it is in the other corner.

Note to self: Always have better gun safety than Sherlock Holmes. That is, however, an easy thing to accomplish, as he has no gun safety whatsoever.

I must admit, Sherlock has some of the best, both brutally and funny, put-downs I have ever seen. And we are among friends; we all know that Twilight deserves it.

I also just noticed the weird way Edward's hair is spiked up in the front. Huh. It just goes straight up. And then the sides go straight out. Did he stick his finger in a socket or something? You'd think that after being alive for a century or so he would learn not to do such things, or that Esme would play the good mother and teach him not to. Then again, this is Edward, Mr. I'll-Commit-Suicide-By-Volturi-Because-I-Think-The-Girlfriend-I-Dumped-Committed-Suicide. He's not known for his brains, is he?

Programming my computer to say that would be a lot of fun... Except for the fact that mine operates mostly on a fingerprint recognition system and everyone in my family knows it, so they wouldn't bother to try, anyway. Unless they wanted to knock me unconscious and swipe my limp finger across the sensor...

They wouldn't want to do that, would they? There's nothing interesting on my computer...

*glances in a paranoid way over the shoulder*

That is genuinely scary.

A Minas Tirith sandcastle. Your argument is invalid.

Well, I feel happy now!

In Pace Christi,



  1. Oh my goodness! It does seem like we are having a competion! Well, I think that you are ahead of me at this point. This post made my day...and back again...

    "Don't talk out loud. You lower the IQ of the whole street." Awesome. ^.^ So true, however. I didn't think any two people could be so dramatic...and I haven't even seen/read Twilight. Heh.