[DWJ] Howl's Moving Castle (film)
lskale at ixaxis.net
Tue Oct 4 04:26:39 EDT 2005
At 11:11 AM 10/3/2005 -0400, Deborah wrote:
>On Mon, 3 Oct 2005, Katarina Hjärpe wrote:
>|Flonq (q, not g) is a curse word used by the character Cable in Marvel
>|he's from the future, where evidently coarse language has changed a bit. It
>|means pretty much what you'd suspect it means based on the F--K sound of the
>My high school boyfriend used to curse "shells and shards".
>Gorram fannish cursewords. :)
>(On that note, can I think of an ObDWJ for Serenity? ...um. No.
>Except inasmuch it's a similar obsession of mine that didn't
>translate as well as I'd hoped to the big screen. Alas.)
I've always liked Farscape's "frell," though I'm more likely to use Lobo's
ObDWJ If I can accept that the movie and the book are only tangentially
connected, I can enjoy them both equally. I lie. I prefer the book. But
the movie has its cool points. I have this strange liking for the little
asthmatic dog, Heen. And Howl's room was beautiful. He's such a magpie,
isn't he? He likes flashy pretty things.
(who recently did some DWJ-pushing at PaperBackSwap.com, in response to a
reader who said she didn't like Howl's Moving Castle ;_;)
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