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25 May 2009 @ 12:08 pm
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Dear F-List:

Why do you all decide to be sad when I leave for twenty-four hours? I WANT YOU TO BE HAPPY, MY DARLINGS. ;_____; Please accept my retroactive ♥s and apply them appropriately.

Love, Tierfal ♥

As far as my highly-exciting corner of the universe... eltea and I partied yesterday, and by "partied," I mean "went to the Boardwalk and hung out with her mom."

This is not a joke; ilu eltea's mom. XD

Then we went and saw "Star Trek," which I will attempt to summarize in a few non-spoilery bullet points.

- ESPLOSIONS PLZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ. Enough shit got blown up to make me very happy. You know they're doing something right. XD

- This film was extraordinarily well-cast. It just worked, in pretty much every possible way.

- Okay, there were a couple minor characterish things that left me not-so-impressed-plz, but on the whole, it was incredibly entertaining, and I very much recommend it even if you don't know shit about Star Trek. Which I don't. XD Though the screenwriters had a habit of splitting infinitives. YES I NOTICE THESE THINGS. >____>

- SPOCK KIRK McCOY SCOTTY SULU SULU SULU CHEKOOOOOVVVV. I want a Chekov of my own to pet and scratch behind the ears. XD

- lol omg the Slash Dragon totally had a hand in the script at one point. I almost died. XD

...anyway. Yeah.

I'll probably ficspam you poor dears later; I've got a crapload of stuff that needs to get posted. :| And then a crapload more to write. o_o;;

Feeling: impressedimpressed
On the Radio: "Nightminds" - Missy Higgins
I MUST: bakayalovesabriel75 on May 26th, 2009 12:13 am (UTC)
Should I know the slash dragon?

Uhm... Trek was very well-casted. Chris Pine stole my heart with that role, but truthfully, everyone kicked-ass in their respective doppelgangers.

The originals would/should be proud.

JJ Abrams knows how to make 'em, but damn those split infinitives! (hehe... sometimes I notice and then sometimes I don't...)

♥ for you too, dear.

And uhm... party hearty at the movies! We went and saw Night at the Museum 2 today and it was fantastically fun fare for a Memorial Day weekend too ;)
Vitamin C: Misatierfal on May 26th, 2009 05:44 am (UTC)
The Slash Dragon is actually the Great Dragon from Merlin. But everyone calls him the Slash Dragon, because he is determined to set up Merlin and Arthur. Well, technically, he's convinced that they have an intertwined destiny, but the statements that he makes on the subject are gloriously ambiguous. :P

Indeed! :D My mom as a Trekkie was really happy with it, and I can't imagine anyone would walk out too dissatisfied! :D

Damn split infinitives! XD Does no one in Hollywood get anal about grammar these days?! XD

♥ ^^

We were watching the first one the other day! :D I'll definitely have to see about this one! :D