Every time a breeder updates their facebook status with something about their children my uterus shrivels a little more.
I keep telling you that Facebook is evil but you keep going back there. You'll meet Voldemort one dark day and never return to the light of blogdom.
Well there's scrabble, you see, and the odd person or two on there that I do actually like.I have never forgive Voldemort, his crew, or JK for knocking off one of the Weasley twins. Now that was evil.
Did you see the book will be made into two movies to be released in the same year? I think that's good because I can see a bawlfest when our favourites die but I'll stop when Neville wields that sword.
Oh man, I missed that. I hope this means that they won't fuck it up. I shall start crying with Hedwig and go downhill from there I'm afaid.
Sooks! But yes, Facebook is imbued with the sort of pervasive evil that makes Voldemort look like Ghandi. Oh, hang on, Voldemort does look like Ghandi...
One only cries about the important things, you know...and really sad bits in movies [especially when Weasley twin fantasies are cruelly destroyed]!Yes, yes, Facebook is evil. Facebook fiends are worse. [That was deliberate, btw.]
Bobble-hats and ginger hair? That fantasy wasn’t destroyed a moment too soon, if you ask me!I mean Evil with the capital E, accompanying lightning and ghoulish voice. Facebook tries to get its tentacles into every part of a person’s online life, in a cynically Orwellian manner that people for some reason pliantly accept. Bit of a contract with the devil, except you don’t even get to play the fiddle well, just a little Scrabble...
Well they're not natural ginges. They are pretty hot though, bobble-hats and all...And oh-my-god, did you just Charlie Daniels Band me...?Probably we pliantly accept because we're used to it by now. Stupid Orwell, if only he'd lived to see some of this shit...
Nooooooo. American Country has to be up there with bobble-hats when it comes to the heinous stakes. No, think Robert Johnson.Oh, something tells me it wouldn’t have been Orwell’s ambition to get ‘poked’ by Facebook architect Peter Thiel or his neocon co-conspirators.
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