Twisted Tuesday to you all, my little gingersnaps. We had an area-wide internet outage earlier, which means you almost didn't get today's post, but you can thank the powers that be for returning our internets and allowing this to go through. Let's all breath a collective sign of relief. *sigh* (in my head you're doing this with me)
Moving on, in the news, a woman was caught hiding over 100 objects inside her vajay-jay. These items included 54 bags of heroin, 31 empty bags (for heroin), prescription pills, and over $50 in loose change. Seriously people? SERIOUSLY??!! Someone send over the Guiness World Records people because I'm pretty sure she wins the category on the number of things someone can fit inside their vajay-jay.
In other, slightly creepy news, Lady Gaga was so inspired by being "reborn" in a mucous-filled egg for her Grammy performance, she plans to have a similar egg bed installed in her New York condo for her to sleep in. Seriously, has she even tried a tempur-pedic mattress? Cause I'm saying, one night on that and she'll forget all about that creepy @ass egg bed.
For those that read the Sookie Stackhouse books (myself included), there are two Alexander Skarsgard scenes fans are looking forward to this season. The shower scene!!! And the pink spandex scene. Alexander says in an interview he's very excited about both scenes, but plans to hit the gym a bit more before the spandex scene.
Here's a little artist rendering (not mine) of A. Skars in the pink spandex. Sorry, can't give credit because I have no idea where it came from.
Do you love passive-aggressive notes as much as I do? If so you're in for a treat. This lady sends her "peeping tom" a colorful message and he actually responds with his own letter. Enjoy.
And now it's time for... DAMN YOU AUTOCORRECT!!!
Hey, WTF??!! This. Is. Awesome.
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And that's all the time I have for you today. If you find yourself in an awkward situation today, use "truckle" in a sentence to try to dig your way out. And until tomorrow...
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is the only book in the series without any killing.
After the release of the fourth book, the floodgates were opened in regards to deaths in the series, but up until that point Harry Potter had been relatively tame. Discounting flashbacks such as the murder of Harry's parents and the demise of Moaning Myrtle, there were really only two deaths in the first two books - Professor Quirrell when Voldemort's soul left his body, and when Harry killed the basilisk with the sword of Gryffindor.
The third book (my personal favorite) really has no killing whatsoever, which is surprising considering the plot has soul-sucking Dementors and an escaped murderer on the loose! Granted, this is the only book in the series in which Lord Voldemort does not make some sort of appearance, so that is bound to have made a difference. The only deaths described in this book are either natural, a flashback, or are corrected by time travel: a pet rabbit gets mauled by a fox, twelve Muggles were massacred in the past, and Buckbeak's death is averted through the use of a Time-Turner.
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