Time to answer some of those questions, then, eh? Well, only one person actually asked me any, but still, eh? There's still time for more. More, I say. More. Or, you know, not.
These were posed by corrupteroffire
1.) do you, or did you ever believe in the Easter Bunny?
2.)do you know why the sky is blue? *g*
Yes. It's because of the sun.
3.)What made you decide to get a lj?
It seemed like a good idea at the time. Also, I'd been writing a diary on paper since I was about 11, and thought that writing one online would be kind of the same, only faster and easier. Which it is.
4.) Have you ever engaged in an RPG and if so would you do it again?
RPGs, eh? You mean those things with plots like 'YOU are the Dungeon Keeper and must defeat the archmage Raxinfraxin and his band of killer orcs using the Rite of Tisket Tasket, but only after you have completed a series of seemingly pointless tasks in order to kill the three-headed monster Dixdastardlax and save from its clutches the voluptuous Princess Breasts. The people of The Land will help you, but beware, for some of them may be Raxinfraxin's teeth, given sinister life by the evil wizard. To defeat Raxinfraxin, you must find the ancient and powerful sword forged by the dwarf Stupidname in the Mines of Entirelypointless'?
Not so much.
5.)Have you ever felt like you wanted to quit everything you were doing and do something else, and if so what would you have done in an altrenate universe?
Everything I was doing? You mean the music, and that sort of thing? No. In an alternate reality, I'm still working in WH Smiths. I'd sooner stay where I am, thank you.
So, anyway, it's been four days since I last wrote something on here, and indeed since I was last at a computer with an internet connection (oh, how I miss broadband) at all, and the following things have happened:
1: I went to see Shaun Of The Dead
2: I ate some egg-shaped chocolate
3: I continued to exist
In other words, really rather not that much. But the film was good. And funny. And as I believe wastedfairy has already said, you Americans should go and see it when it comes out over there. Imagine, if you will, a cross between Love, Actually and 28 Days Later, the last two British films to do well over there, and then make it clever and funny. The film's leads, Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, deserve worldwide acclaim. (Frost in particular delivering one of the finest comedy performances I have ever seen). When the stars of good British comedy converge together (it also starred Dylan Moran of the excellent Black Books and had blink-and-you'll-miss-them cameos from such luminaries as Martin Freeman and Matt Lucas), goodness ensues.
Except for Blackball, natch.
I'm pretty much done. Ask more questions. Well, you don't have to. But still.
Must burn new icons I've made to CD-ROM. Then I can post them. And enter them at whedonosity, which is run by eirefaerie and catmint, even though they'll lose for I am still fairly crap.
I feel: content