LeastBittern

LeastBittern

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167 weeks ago @ The Toast - The Final Link Roundup! · 0 replies · +14 points

Wow.

167 weeks ago @ The Toast - A note on The Toast · 0 replies · +79 points

You are going to be the best president, and I am honored to get to vote for you.

167 weeks ago @ The Toast - Paintings Of The Tortu... · 1 reply · +19 points

I treasure the idea of Hestia, Athena, and Persephone as English Lit professors, creeping on the heroes of myth.

167 weeks ago @ The Toast - Paintings Of The Tortu... · 3 replies · +29 points

I have decided that straight virgin goddesses handle dick-ribbon physics as a little reward for themselves.

167 weeks ago @ The Toast - Paintings Of The Tortu... · 0 replies · +22 points

Hear that Nicole? If you let the toast die, that comment will STAND.

167 weeks ago @ The Toast - Paintings Of The Tortu... · 1 reply · +53 points

I am the person who got to do the 69th thumbs up, this is the greatest moment of my life.

168 weeks ago @ The Toast - Cocktail Hour: Open Th... · 1 reply · +83 points

Last night the neighbors moved a historic house from a place where it was going to be destroyed into the yard next door.

The cat reacted to houses moving around next door pretty much exactly like he reacted to there being a bear next door. He woke me up and demanded that I look, and then when I sort of ambled away after a quick glance he wound around my legs, certain that I had not seen the house! Moving! Next! Door!

168 weeks ago @ The Toast - Great House Therapy: L... · 0 replies · +16 points

Gotta put up big mirrors all over the palace to reflect any 8x descendants of Banquo that might be invisibly watching.

168 weeks ago @ The Toast - Great House Therapy: L... · 1 reply · +38 points

"Macbeth will be king but the sons of Banquo will be kings."
"You know what that means!"
"Murder"
"Our kids are going to get married!"

Banquo is such a cinnamon roll for a Scottish warlord.

168 weeks ago @ The Toast - "The Ant and the Grass... · 1 reply · +177 points

The last time a Napoleon screwed up this badly the winter was three years long and some Frenchmen had to interact with Lord Byron. That sort of trauma stays with people.