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GUYS [18 Jul 2005|10:27pm]

thewayupward
MY LIFE IS BLIGHTED

JUST THOUGHT YOU MIGHT LIKE TO KNOW
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gimme a hallaloooooooooooooooya [05 Mar 2005|08:28pm]

thewayupward
Music video - Dan Smith's 'Baby Got Book'. Totally pwnz Theodora and Sir Mix-a-Lot!
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omg [25 Feb 2005|09:43pm]

thewayupward
"I've been having a lot of dirty thoughts lately," -- Matthew, worried
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This is THE BANANA SONG which I rewrote almost entirely by myself from The Llama Song! [18 Feb 2005|10:38pm]

embryophyte
Yayyayayay

Here's Banana
There's Banana
And another zen banana
Calculus
Procrastinator
Lame banana duck

Cramming last-minute banana
Piglet camel fish banana
Crazy karma king banana
lame banana duck

Long live Father Lenin
he was really Grate
but he never saw the Gay
so now he's really Dedd
Chairman Mao's in China
The queue was really long
Now we praise the Motherland
With this little song

Did you ever kiss banana
Eat a llama with banana
Steal a marker from Mr Nah
Lame banana duck

Half banana
twice banana
not banana
bugs banana
Pelican across a grandma
Go bananas duck

we're all in the classroom
stay here until three
no time to eat seedless grapes
Projector's eating me
Now my song is getting thin
I've run out of luck
time for me to retire now
ANd become a Duck

YAY!!!
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Since Shakespeare wrote so long ago, he must have written in Laytin! [17 Feb 2005|10:30pm]

thewayupward
[ mood | genius ]

A Tale for Dangerous Subversives, by Dangerous Subversives
Composed with Speed and Alacrity During English Class
at the Expense of Grace and Precision
But Who Are You to Complain
We Know More Latin Than You
Even if We Sometimes Misuse It, Like here
Nevertheless We Know How to Use It Properly
and Will Do So at the Slightest Provocation
Like if You Comment Complaining that We Are Stupid
Damn I Hate Capitalising Titles
maybe i should just stop altogether


We begin this story in medias res, in Toto, a magical kingdom where the status quo was being challenged by a charming southern belle who was called Snow White. IN the ante meridien o a sunny day ante bellum, she thought she had bought a bona fide apple. She reasoned, a priori, since it looks like an apple and smells like an apple, ergo, it must be an apple. Apples are good to eat. So saying, she fell over in a dead faint.

Awakening, she found herself in the arms of her prince, Al. "Omnia vincit amor," he said, having had a sound classical educaton. George Bush is a dangerous lunatic. This last remark is a non-sequitur and will have to be deleted for the sake of logic and coherence. Continuing with our tale, Snow White declared, "You saved my life!"

"Um, not per se," said Prince Al. "Since you had not consumed the apple in toto, I merely performed the Heimlich manoeuvre, thus expelling the apple from your windpipe." Together they engaged a competent lawyer, ex officio, to fight for their rights, ex post facto. Yet the apple seller claimed caveat emptor and refused to refund quid pro quo. So they beat him within an inch of his life and he died, deus ex machina.

And Snow White, et Al (her aforementioned prince), lived happily ever after, et cetera, ad nauseam. So ends our magnum opus.
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oui oui croissant! [17 Feb 2005|10:00pm]

thewayupward
[ mood | french ]

Here is another sorry tale
I am only posting these because Acey asked me to
and I am rehabilitating my finger, which recently had a splinter in it
but not any more 'cause Mum dug it out
I thought she was going to cry
Thankfully she didn't or I would have too
but if I get any more splinters I will cry
and when I am done I will beat Unique Lemony to death with my mighty stick
that will show him
what becomes of people who inflict splinters upon the king

Anyway, hurray for unpronounceable English class assignments. For the uninformed, who may have stumbled upon this den of vice and unholy pastimes, Sybil gave us a worksheet of foreign terms frequently used in English writing and got us to write stories using 8 of the terms. Well what can I say. We are overachievers. VIVE LA SQUISHE D'BARBARIAN

This avant-garde story will have to be told under a nom de plume, to avoid a coup d'etat, because we are but the petit bougeois. In this way we are showing esprit de corps an avoiding faux pas as we were not given carte blanche to laissez-faire.

It takes place in a bistro found in a cul-de-sac. It is the story of a croissant and a celebrity, becoming a cause célèbre in Parisian society. The truly innocent will not catch the double entendre while those with savoir-faire will only hold little tête a têtes among themselves. Thus nothing will be done to change this fait accompli. C'est la vie!

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COMRADES [06 Feb 2005|12:10pm]

thewayupward
I have the official English version (1943) of the Soviet National Anthem - the lyrics, after Natalie sent me the music file - and and the transliteration of the original Russian. SING TO THE MOTHERLAND, HOME OF THE FREE! I'll send you guys the transcripts over MSN.

PS. boobies
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OF COURSE YOU KNOW THIS MEANS WAR [04 Jan 2005|08:42pm]

patchx
GIVEN THE RECENT STATE OF EVENTS IT IS NECESSARY TO TAKE ACTION.
I CALL THEE, MY COMRADES TO ARMS AGAINST THE ENEMY.
ETC ETC ETC


WAR PLANCollapse )

SUPPORT FROM: SARAH, MAY. ASSORTED BARBARIANS.


WELL MY COMRADES IF YOU HAVE CHANGES EDIT DON'T JUST COMMENT.
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LIEK WOAH [02 Jan 2005|10:21am]

thewayupward
PUPPETS EVERYWHERE
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Dudes [28 Dec 2004|09:52pm]

thewayupward
Christmas presents YEY! <333333
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[23 Dec 2004|05:55pm]

thewayupward
NATALIE SAYS OUR BUTTER TARTS SUCK. WHAT KIND OF MEAN THING TO SAY IS THAT? OH YOU BRUTE!
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[16 Dec 2004|06:01pm]

patchx
THE SHEPERDS IN ORCHARD ROAD ARE NOW SHEPHERDS
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KIDS [16 Dec 2004|09:40am]

thewayupward
I AM IN THE BUSINESS LOUNGE

ON THE 20TH WE WILL ALL BE IN THE SAME COUNTRY FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THREE WEEKS (?)

AWESOME I HOPE THE PLACE DOESN'T IMPLODE OR ANYTHING
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MARAUD LOG #1 [13 Dec 2004|08:45pm]

patchx
Cap'n with hiccups.

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA


Also, bought Christmas presents.
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HEY NATALIE [12 Dec 2004|10:47am]

thewayupward
I'm the Only Gay Eskimo is by a band called Corky and the Juice Pigs. I don't know what to say.

There is a summary of the Lucifer comic up - you can find it at lucifermorningstar.com, I think. Yo.
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YAY [08 Dec 2004|09:23pm]

hahaboingsplat
YAY YAY YAY puggles!!!!!!!!!!JABOOM
NOW I'M A MARAUDER! YAY!!!!!!!!!!
YAY!!!!!!!!!!
YAY!!!!!!!!!!
YAY!!!!!!!!!!
YAY!!!!!!!!!!
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Oddniks [05 Dec 2004|04:24pm]

thewayupward
[ mood | accomplished ]

BOOB BUDDIES. It has come to my attention that we are all bored. BY WHICH I MEAN ALL THE 'STAYERS' [me and Natalie] ARE BORED, AS OPPOSED TO THE 'QUITTERS' [ACEY THE RAT], who are presumably having quite a lot of fun.

So for our future reference and to be added to as we find them: THINGS TO DO WHEN WE ARE BORED - A LIST. ALTERNATIVELY (a sister list) THINGS TO BRING ABOUT CHEEREDUPNESS. It is my belief both functions will apply next year.

My contributions:
1. EVERYBODY! EVERYBODY!
a) BURNINATING
b) RATHERDASHING
c) and Homestar Runner Wiki - tips, facts, cheats and hints for the dishonest. Use in moderation: reading the article on Thy Dungeonman kind of spoils the fun. On the other hand, has anyone played Thy Dungeonman 2? Personally I am getting into Rhino Feeder.

2. An tInneal Mallachtaí - The Curse Engine. Try it. It's fun! For a little while.
a) Victorian Sex Cry Generator. Both of these are (obviously) fun but only for a little while. On the other hand, the Victorian Sex Cry Generator has wider creative possibilities. I guess. It is my ambition to write a period drama for an English essay and submit it to Adeline Ng, bragging about all the research I did and isn't it authentic!

3. Folklore and Mythology Electronic Texts. This is great, if you like that sort of thing (and what civilised person would not?)

4. Tricks of the Trade. This is from Neil Gaiman's blog but it's a good read if you haven't already seen it. If noting else, the section under 'Forester' has countless applications in the wider world.

5. Fold some origami. This is Matthew's Special Website. I can't make head or tail of it (that is not a pun) but it's fun to try. Matthew makes a damn good platypus and if you ask him nicely he will probably do one for you.

6. Nursery Rhymes!. If you can get past the ELECTRIC BLUE background it is pretty good. I use it to dredge up bits of my subconscious. Do you remember the rhyme about bonny Bobby Shaftoe? Tinker, Tailor? Well they are all there (and a few more).

7. The Original Tombstone Generator. I dunno what to say.

8. Being An Account of the Life and Death of the Emperor Heliogabolus - a 24 hour comic by Neil Gaiman. This is pretty good but doesn't come under the header of 'cheerupping'. Rather, it is 'nifty' because I kind of like Heliogabolus and I especially like what Neil Gaiman did with his story.

9. HERODOTUS: THE HISTORIES. I love Herodotus and you should too. You guys should probably watch The English Patient too, on a tenuously tangentially related note.

10. Instant Slash Story. This is Acey's link and I hate it but it makes me laugh.

11. Gay Test. We've all seen this and I know it's sick to be cheered up and endlessly entertained by a pink website telling me how gay I am, but yo, each to his own, one man's meat etc.

12. Heraldry on the Internet. Everybody needs their own coat of arms.

13. William Shakespeare Database. This is the ugliest website ever but hey, it's Shakespeare. Try to ignore the little flower showers your cursor will throw up when you try to do anything.

14. True Porn Clerk Stories. Have we all read this? I can't remember. They are great. They are so unpornographic a lesser person might be disappointed. They are not so much about porn as about the weird people in the world, and she talks about them so sensibly and lightheartedly it is the best thing ever. White text on a black background, though - I just hit Ctrl+A.

15. Shakespeare Parodies.

16. Popcap.com. Obviously not as cool as Homestar Runner but I used to be addicted to Typer Shark. But that was a long time ago! I am now a mature individual and above such juvenile pursuits.

17. Mr Picasso Head. Who gave me this link?

18. Orisinal looks gross. But I would recommend the egg game, which is like Icy Tower but a million times less annoying.

19. Pop some bubblewrap. This is here more for 'wtf?' value than actual entertainment.

20. Paintball. This still makes me laugh.

21. baaaaabyanimals. DON'T LOOK AT ME LIKE THAT.

22. Nstorm.com. Frogapult is my game of choice! The best part is when your frog dies. If you can find Rabid Gopher that is pretty good too.

23. Snood! I love Snood. Nic showed it to me and then I was hooked. I don't know if you can get to the higher levels on the trial version still, but I managed it a long time ago (can't remember how) and those are great.

24. Something Positive. As always. The smartest, funniest webcomic out there. And while we're at it, Friendly Hostility. Natalie will blow up but Acey knows what I mean. Why am I putting this in. Everyone has seen this.

25. Ash Wednesday. I don't know why this is here but it's my favourite TS Eliot poem. It is not cheerful so it is an illegal immigrant in this list.

26. International Web Sites Specializing in Insults, Curses, Slang, Swearwords, Blasphemies, Slurs, Obscenities and Vulgarities. I enjoyed this more than I should have.

27. Classical Salutaions and Closings in Greek and Roman Letters. I REALLY liked this.

28. Book-A-Minute SF/F. I liked the Chronicles of Narnia ones.

29. Oh my God! There's an axe in my head. The game of international diplomacy. Acey will frown on this but she'll regret it someday.

30. The 100 Most Essential Words in Anime. I didn't know these words. Now I do.

Well, that's all for today; I am pleased that this list took up half an hour 'cause now I am slightly less bored. What are you guys doing these days? You are remarkably quiet (except Acey who is in France).

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IT'S ALL OVER [02 Dec 2004|09:02pm]

patchx
we will come out of the walls and take over the world and play the tuba yes we will!

we are small but we are many we will maraud yes we will!

it's all over for you!
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[20 Nov 2004|04:39pm]

thewayupward
I WILL POST YOU GUYS LETTERS FROM NEW ZEALAND, OKAY.

ACEY YOUR LETTER IS GOING TO YOUR HOUSE WHERE I GUESS YOU WILL GET IT WHEN YOU COME BACK. SO YOUR LETTER IS LOW PRIORITY NATALIE'S IS BEING WRITTENED FIRST

I'LL MISS YOU GUYS Natalie try not to be gloomy because a) you will have a nice maraud with Acey and b) Mattie and I will post you stuff until we get back and then we will go out and when Acey is back, post-Christmas we can ALL maraud!! huzzah

There will be lavish gifts from New Zealand and certainly there will be Maori proverbs. NATALIE I AM LEARNING THEM TO RECITE IN AN ANGRYMAKING WAY!! yay

PS. I hope you guys like your mix CDs, they are quite upbeat? next one will be your Christmas mixes, supplemented by Matthew's favourites

PPS. MATTIE IS WEARING GIRLIE UNDERWEAR IT IS OFFICIAL
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[20 Nov 2004|12:54pm]

embryophyte
you have SO been warnedCollapse )
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