Helen Bristol

31 October 2004 11:34

Re: Hello again

Too squat and lumpy to be the former, so I guess LOTR. Thinking back I can where JRRT got his inspiration.

Vile Jelly

01 November 2004 10:40

That's no way to talk about me (even though it's true). Interesting second sentence ..... Star Wars like Yoda in talking are you!

Helen Bristol

01 November 2004 17:56

Any way is better than being ignored.  You were supposed to fill in the missing word.
 
How's the headache?  Did you have a good burpday bash?

Vile Jelly

01 November 2004 18:42

Sorry, I thought you were just using an old jedi mind trick on me.
 
What headache? What head? The cerebrellations were excessively uninadequate. I think a good time was had by all but I was beyond paying attention most of the time. Maybe I got lucky and died and just haven't realised it yet. Consulting with what's left of my mind/body, all three of us think we've died and gone to hell.
 
PS. Did you know that the smell-checker actually recognised 'jedi' as a real word but wants me to use a capital J. Is that weirdlystrangelybizarrelyominously sinister or what?

Helen Bristol

02 November 2004 19:15

The older you get the longer your mind/body/whatever takes to recover.
 
PS No. Its americanian

Vile Jelly

03 November 2004 11:21

But it should be perfectly preserved by now after all that pickling.
 
PS. Perhaps I could sell out to the dark side of the force and become Vile Jedi!

Helen Bristol

03 November 2004 18:12

Too true.
 
Thought you had, or is that just a vile rumour?

Vile Jelly

03 November 2004 19:33

Or insufficiently false, at least.
 
Well, my nephew (who is a big SW fan) has taken to referring to me as Darth Paul. As you know, I've got the demonic head and complexion just about right but I still keep lopping extraneous bits of myself off trying to get the hang of the double-bladed lightsabre. (A classic bit of bad design, so bad it must be an award-winning British design. I mean, the whole point (fnar, fnar) of weapons such as swords, spears, guns, nuclear bombs, etc. is that they work best when they have a safe end which you hold on to and a dangerous end which you point at the enemy!).

Helen Bristol

04 November 2004 18:36

I'm afraid I never really got into SW. I've heard about it from the sprogs and I think I might have watched some of one of them on TV but can't be sure.  So forgive me if your allusions pass over my head. As for nasty, pointy, sharp, terminating things - well I won't bore you with my views about them again. 

Vile Jelly

05 November 2004 10:32

That's almost blasphemy in some circles. Fortunately, as the truly enlightened know, a lack of knowledge of Ars Warts can be passed over so long as one follows the righteous path of Star Trek.
 
Make it so!

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