Tuesday, May 20, 2008


IS IS true.

AND SOMEWHERE, the person who is both a "Buffy" and a "Caveman" superfan is having trouble keeping his brains inside his head.

(FOR SOME REASON, I am convinced this person is a he.)

(AND FOR SOME REASON, I am convinced his name is JOHN SELLERS).

That is all.


Unknown said...

You call this working?

I don't either, but it's amusing.

JackalFive said...


Matilda said...

If I didn't already worship at the altar of Espenson, I would have to for this alone:

"Don't worry, I'm not going to keep the clothes. I'm not even going to look at them, in fact, and I'm hoping Ringo is exercising similar restraint when it comes to my (if you recall, unlaundered) items."

That is a woman with standards of privacy that ensure a well-ordered society.

Jacob Karnas said...

jackalfive beat me to it. Though why pass up the chance to correct my favourite author?

IS IS=bad grammar.

[That is all (srsly)]

Hugh Lafferty said...

In case you are interested, I have Abraham Lincoln's clothing. In fact, I am wearing them right now. This presents a problem as I am 5'5" and Lincoln was 6'4". I step on the pant cuffs a lot and my arms look like they have been amputated. And the stovepipe hat comes down past my nose. (Please do not ask about the underwear).

I also understand that preservationists find the idea of anyone wearing Lincoln's original clothes to be very upsetting, so I must ask forgiveness, but I cannot help the situation because, for the first time in years, my wife thinks I am very sexy.

Thank you for your help.

OrAreWe Artists said...

if, for nothing else, thank you for helping me find jane's blog. is is briliant!