[DWJ] i will fade into the background now

Otter Perry ottertee at silverwinggraphics.com
Mon Jun 25 12:19:10 EDT 2007

Um ....

<tentatively raising paw>

What is KTHXBAI?  and NOOBs?

On Jun 25, 2007, at 9:05 AM, deborah.dwj at suberic.net wrote:

> On Mon, 25 Jun 2007, Phil Boswell wrote:
>> As we on Wikipedia say: "don't stuff beans up your nose!"[1]... You do
>> realise that entire teams of mad macroists are now frantically working
>> on translating the entire DWJ corpus into LOLCAT as we type? and it's
>> ALL YOUR FAULT !!11!one (OK, so maybe not all, but quite a lot ;-)
> I actually thought of that right after I posted, and then decided
> I would leave it to others to fill the gap. Although now you have
> it stuck in my head...
> Charmed Life:
> Chrestomanci: I wan ur magic kid to be livin with me.
> Frank: No wai!
> Chrestomanci: Wai!
> Frank: No wai!
> Chrestomanci: OMGWTFBBQ you n00b!
> (Frank and Caroline die.)
> Chrestomanci: U will come be living with me!
> Cat: Look! I has a kitteh!
> Fiddle: I fail to understand why I am in this unpleasant place
> being manhandled.
> Gwendolyn: I'm in ur magic, stealin ur lives.
> Cat: Oh noes!
> Janet: WTF!
> Gwendolyn: LOL.
> Janet: Is it can it be goin home tiem now?
> Gwendolen: No wai! I has sum magic matches!
> (Invisible Gwendolyn)
> Cat: Halp! I needs sum halp! Plz!
> Fiddle: Oh fine, if you must.
> Janet: I helps you, Kitteh my friend.
> Gwendolyn: OH NOES!
> Janet: KTHXBAI.
> Chrestomanci: Awesum, Kitteh!
> -deborah
> --
> Always remember to demand more of yourself than anyone else.  
> Otherwise you
> become merely a tiresome rebellious young girl who wants that the whole
> world should change to suit her whim.  The world is full of such as 
> these;
> most of them grow up at last, but they are not particularly admirable,
> enfin.  They are against everything, for nothing. -- _Jade_
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