2008-04-18 [Duke Devlin]: Yours truly? oO
2008-04-18 [Linn Scarlett]: *bows* that man is the god of all things above 40 and dead sexy
2008-04-18 [Duke Devlin]: He is nifty, yes. But Yours trly doesn't work there. :P <3
2008-04-18 [Linn Scarlett]: It's a figure of speech we use in dutch ;) it's ok if it doesn't make sense in english :P its close to 'the one and only' only , well better XD
2008-04-18 [Duke Devlin]: I see.. I thought it was only used in letters, or when references oneself. :P
2008-04-18 [Linn Scarlett]: Or when one referances a well known persons (or at least, we do so here) :p
2008-04-18 [Duke Devlin]: Ahh strange country. D:
2008-04-18 [Linn Scarlett]: Or yours is ;)
2008-04-18 [Duke Devlin]: Nope.. UK is right. :P >:)
2008-04-18 [Linn Scarlett]: You drive on the wrong side of the road, nuff said :P
2008-04-18 [Duke Devlin]: Nah. I think it's something to do with Napolean.. Or someone else.. But it's their fault.. And we were driving carts first! :P So we don't.
2008-04-18 [Linn Scarlett]: Yeah, the world got it wrong don't they <3 *throws cheese cake in your face* :p
2008-04-18 [Delladreing]: Driving in general is insanity. So everyone apart from me is mad *nods*
2008-04-18 [Duke Devlin]: ... >> We did it to be different, if I recall. So go to hell. :P
And TRUE! I don't drive.. So therefore.. I am not mad. :P
2008-04-18 [SilverFire]: Oi, I don't drive either. Urgh, Poe. -.- Lovecraft ftw. and Viggo is too sexy to play that sallow, deluded man.
2008-04-18 [Duke Devlin]: XD
I know nothing really of Mr Edgar. XD
2008-04-18 [Linn Scarlett]: *nod nod* I agree on that point silvie, I fear Poe shall have a sexyness that overrides the historical character's gloomyness. Then again, I have seen Viggo play depressed roles like that, and it made me cry. Because he has puppy eyes, and they go all watery when he's sad and its horrid *sniffles*
2008-04-18 [SilverFire]: He thought his poetry was better than his prose. It's not. It's really, really not. He thought he could write stuff other that macabre stories. He couldn't, he really, really couldn't.
2008-04-18 [Linn Scarlett]: I have is collected work, I sort of like the stories, actually. Well some of them anyway. And I like the poem about the raven, I so wanna hear Viggo say "quoth the raven, never more"
2008-04-18 [SilverFire]: :P I read everything of his bar a few letters. And I do like macabre short stories - The Fall of the House of Usher, the Masque of the Red Death, Lilgeia, Berenice, Eleonora and Morella were all enjoyable. But when he starts writing about gardens... God so help me I will build a time machine and prevent him from writing those.
2008-04-18 [Duke Devlin]: The Raven is the only one of his poems that I have ever heard of, I believe. And I think that is more due to it's popularity - and generally people's lack of knowledge for his others. :P And I dislike it to be honest.