Wednesday, May 13, 2009

More revision

15 comments:

DreadedCandiru2 said...

It's a good thing Elly is as inept as she is lazy. Otherwise, she might actually do some lasting damage.

April Patterson said...

I guess that's the world's saving grace, dc2. Think of the damage she could do if she were industrious and followed through on things.

DreadedCandiru2 said...

If only there were a way to extract everyone else from her timeful warp land and leave her stranded there alone; that would be the best punishment ever.

April Patterson said...

Ooh, that would be sweet. :)

howard said...

Windjammer is not worth stealing. Snerk.

karisu-sama said...

ROFLMAO!

Cedar said...

LJ played right into your hands!

forworse said...

howardSnerk seconded!

godozo said...

If at first you don't succeed...

CHANGE YOUR MAJOR?

My my, the game has changed. Instead of changing things to suit her, she's now changing herself to suit things. She may end up doling out the punishment to herself by the time everyone figures out a way out of the alternate reality.

April Patterson said...

Windjammer is not worth stealing. Snerk.:)

April Patterson said...

ROFLMAOThanks, karisu-sama. :)

April Patterson said...

LJ played right into your hands!I love when that happens. ::evil cackle:: :)

April Patterson said...

forworse, thanks for the snerks. :)

April Patterson said...

godozo:

If at first you don't succeed...

CHANGE YOUR MAJOR?
Heh--which movie was this? I want to say Real Genius, with Val Kilmer, but I'm probably wrong.

My my, the game has changed. Instead of changing things to suit her, she's now changing herself to suit things. She may end up doling out the punishment to herself by the time everyone figures out a way out of the alternate reality.She must not have taken into account how flaky and easily confused she is. ;)

godozo said...

me: If at first you don't succeed...

CHANGE YOUR MAJOR?
April: Heh--which movie was this? I want to say Real Genius, with Val Kilmer, but I'm probably wrong.It's actually an old joke me and a friend had, in which the answer to any problem in college was "Change Your Major" and stick around a bit longer. Especially workable when someone found out a certain major required more worth than they were willing to do (although I knew a couple of people who changed majors 5-10 credit hours before graduation time).