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Sep. 20th, 2007 @ 12:15 am
An elderly couple had dinner at another couple''s house and after eating, the wives left the table and went into the kitchen.

The two elderly gentlemen were talking, and one said, "Last night we went out to a new restaurant, and it was really great. I really recommend it."

The other man said, "What''s the name of the restaurant?"

The first man knits his brow in obvious concentration and finally says to his companion, "Ah, what is the name of that red flower you give to someone you love?"

His friend replies, "A Carnation?"

"No. No. The other one," the man says.

His friend offers another suggestion, "The Poppy?"

"No," growls the man, "You know the one that is red and has thorns."

His friend says, "Do you mean a rose?"

"Yes, yes that''s it," the first man says.

He then turns toward the kitchen and yells, "Rose, what''s the name of that restaurant we went to last night?"


I wonder if I should put jokes in the Quibbler.

A Personal Endorsement Sep. 16th, 2007 @ 10:53 pm
Hi there. For those of you who don't know me, I'm Justin Finch-Fletchley, Leader of Blackpool.

When I think of the candidate who is going to bring New London into a new era of Awesome, I only think of one person cool enough to be your new Prime Minister. That person is Lottie.

Lottie's innovative style and undeniable appeal make her the perfect new leader for a New London. She'll move your dull little berg into a sprawling metropolis of Bleeding Amazing. She's never made time with Ninjas, and not once has she kicked a puppy, like some others I might not want to bring up, but We All Know Who.

To the point - Lottie's your woman. That's the word from the most awesome City in England, and that should count towards something.

This message was personally endorsed by Lord Justin Finch-Fletchley, leader of Blackpool and a right bastard besides.

Sep. 1st, 2007 @ 12:56 am
I woke up to rain today, and found I didn't mind it at all.

God help me, I think I might have grown accustomed to your weather. 

Aug. 26th, 2007 @ 02:23 am
I'm thinking next karaoke night is going to be the 70s.

I could use a night of disco.

Aug. 26th, 2007 @ 01:13 am
This laptop has been hidden in my closet for a year! A year, behind the broom, in my closet, and I never even looked for it.

Or swept. Which might be worse.

Anyway. Hello again!
Other entries
» Hello?
It's really quiet. Is everyone dead?
» So right.
Everyone's service working? No problems? I've got some projects to work on so I won't be immediately available.
» (No Subject)
The Quibbler goes out today. Um. tonight. I mean. You'll get it by tomorrow morning.

Has anyone seen my shoes? I've lost them.

» Hey guess what?

Well, as far as I know.

Border Patrol, sound off if you're not drunk or asleep for the good folks of New London!
» Attention Citizens
While this whole constitution thing is all very well and good, life in New London does go on as usual. Which means an announcement from your friendly neighborhood New London Clinic.

Starting this week, the clinic will be holding nightly classes on a variety of life-skill topics. All sessions will meet in the clinic conference room, which is the one with the big rainbow painted on the door, courtesy of the children’s ward’s budding artists. This week’s schedule is as follows:

New London Clinic ClassesCollapse )

Remember, main clinic hours are from 9:00am til 8:00pm, with after-hours emergencies only from 8:00pm til 9:00am. For those of you unfamiliar with the clinic, we are located in what used to be St. Thomas’ Hospital, near Buckingham Palace. Look for the bright blue signs that point the way.

Morag MacDougal
Chief Healer
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