Instead of doing whatever it is he's doing now, Falstaff should have taken this subject instead.I believe I may be speaking for many people, when I say that don't know of anyone who would be more perfect for it.
What makes you so sure that's not already what I'm doing? I'd tell you, but I'd have to kill you afterwards.
Oh, we're not at all sure. But you do need henchpersons no? We can be?
you make falsie sound like a cross between a werewolf and a vampire, but something terry pratchett might've thought up.
Space: ummm...huh? I'm only visualising Falsie in his wood-decorated study, stroking his cat while absentmindedly beating Intense Deep Thought 65000 at yet another game of chess, while planning to take over the world - starting with the blogosphere. Can you not just picture that?
Going by what the guy wrote...no. It all sounds more Transylvania than Pennsylvania.
Oh aye, but when did Falsie conform to others' ideas? He's sure to find three dozen points wrong with that post, and list them all out - two paras at a time.Just kidding, Falsie. Not really, though.
you two need to get a room!!
which two? Me and Falsie, me and Space, or Space and Falsie? Clarity, woman, clarity.
you and the old man
??!: I have to side with SB here. Not only am I terrified of cats but I can't play chess to save my life (I've never understood what the point of the game is - why do we need to attack each other and have one side win, why can't each player just stick to his side of the board - that way everyone's happy, no?) Personally, I think a far more likely model of me wreaking havoc on the world is the Earnest Scribbler Approach
wa-haaat? Afraid of cats, and can't play chess?! Falsie, do not admit to these things even if they are true. Thoda bhaav ghir raha hain.Also, this is for you too.pri:will you book room? must have purple rugs.
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