Memento mori.
Lemony Snicket's blog is so secret,
it can only be found on the internet.

March 15 2014, 04:30 PM

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A man that did not want to be found. Or rather, at the very least, shy in the fact of being recognized. The man across from him was certainly very good at hiding what may have been his true feelings, but it was the slight movements they really keyed Bond in on how uncomfortable the other man really was.

    Careful to mask his own features, he continued giving the other man a polite smile, noticing the pitch change as the other spoke once more. A man of shadows, then. The agent could very easily relate.


    “Bond. James Bond.” He tells the other in return. A slight pause, “I…work for the government.”

There was a moment of silence as Lemony processed the information and stroked a metaphorical beard, in order to attempt to connect thoughts and trains of action. This man was being polite enough so far, and hadn’t attempted any type of burning, slicing, murdering, arresting, trying to force terrible cooking on unwilling participants, or any other unpleasant things to wake up to one morning. Yet, he was still wanted in thirteen different countries for various murders and jaywalking violations, all of which were definitely and completely totally unfounded and downright inaccurate accusations. Lemony sniffed lightly, his eyes widening for a split second before he shifted his weight from one foot to the other and folded his hands together, taking a moment afterwards to nervously untangle his hands from each other and adjust the brim of his hat, pulling it slightly lower.

"Ah. It’s a pleasure to meet you, Mr. Bond. Just for your information, I have certainly never murdered anyone." Lemony smiled, his features respectfully casual and polite.

March 15 2014, 12:50 AM



but no seriously I’ve been puking up my guts and having contractions and yeah

it feels like there’s a monster inside me

March 13 2014, 10:37 PM




 gender -- male
    - race :: human
    - danger level : ...Calculating...
 registering actions
 registering tone of voice
     - ERROR :: : 
        || contradictory ||

    - calculating response
      danger level :: : :: recalculating 
      . . .

             NOTE: DO NOT PANIC
        ◎ INITIATE::-- [confused response]
                        [appropriate actions:: :
                         such as the following:: :

        INPUT » <|| There is a slight pause in Q’s mannerisms as he is quite stumped by the other’s response— both the verbal and the physical combination had caused Q slight confusion. He is hesitant when he forms an answer, eyes watching the man warily||>

        ◎ RUNNING PROGRAMS::-- 
           -- - IDENTIFICATION 

 } — - "Is that a yes or a no?"

Lemony stared into the distance, which was odd because in the distance there was simply a wall, and there was nothing even remotely interesting on the wall, pardoning a very offended spider hanging grumpily in the corner where the ceiling met the painted surface.


"Neither, I’m afraid. Or perhaps both."

March 13 2014, 09:54 PM

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          I'm — I'm afraid I'm a bit lost, could you help?″

     What he wants to say: why is this bloody city so bloody confusing; 
       why the hell did I decide to come to America; why can’t the map
       have any sodding coherency?

     But he’s polite, unlike some people he knows.

It has said that being lost is a feeling which can only be helped by one of two things. The first, of course, is being found. This is due to a fundamental theory that is taught in most beginning mathematics and algebraic classes, called the commutative property. The commutative property dictates, in most cases, that a + b = b + a, but of course this property only makes sense if you are believing both ‘a’ and ‘b’ to be variables that represent numbers, because ab clearly does not equal ba, and not only because both ab and ba are not words, except in the latter’s case being perhaps an abbreviation of the sound a sheep makes when it’s being taught to children.

The second, however, is much more complicated, and requires third level mathematics and elementary statistics to explain. Lemony lowered the newspaper sitting in his hands a fraction of an inch and peered over the top, raising one eyebrow at the stranger.

"I’m certain that depends on where you want to go."

March 13 2014, 09:47 PM

I am always wanting to write Rated R material threads but I’m never sure of who would be comfortable doing so. Can roleplayers please reblog this post if you are fully comfortable writing mature subjects in your threads? { Blood, Gore, Rape, Murder, Alcohol and drug use, Hack&Slash etc. } I’d like to find out by this post who IS comfortable with these types of roleplays rather than making someone uncomfortable just by asking. Thank you!

March 13 2014, 08:42 PM

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No, no. I’m quite certain I’ve seen you before. Or rather… your voice is rather distinct. I’m in the business of not forgetting certain individuals, and you sir, or somebody I seemingly didn’t forget.”

Lemony paused, uncertain of how to respond in a manner that would decrease his alarm at being recognized, an occurrence that was ordinarily not a good thing and ended in either being chased through darkened streets, asked for an autograph in a highly irritating manner, or served an overcooked steak with a side of civil papers.

Other than attempting to convince the strange man otherwise, though, which is a move that usually only works on those that are less certain in their individual identity and children who still believe in Santa Claus, Lemony nodded cautiously, and slipped his hands into his pockets, rocking back on his heels. He stood for a moment, tilting his head in a manner to indicate curiosity, and asked his next question in a slightly deeper tone in order to alter the recognition his voice might bring.

”. . And who might you be, then?”

March 12 2014, 05:09 PM

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Send me a ☆ and a URL and my muse will impersonate their muse

March 11 2014, 09:45 PM

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I - …don’t remember if rona adopted a bunch of stray cats or adopted a bunch of monsters in the way one would adopt stray cats or if I’m off the mark help me or were they cats?? rona was a rabbit one time
I was just remembering how lemony hates cats
and how he just came home and rona had a cat and he was just like
no rona

March 11 2014, 09:34 PM

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remember when cats

March 11 2014, 05:58 PM

Anonymous: Wee thing.


"I dislike those without faces. It makes it far harder to draw their portrait surreptitiously."