Laura Stone (stoney321) wrote,
Laura Stone
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Icons and songs to snag! (And GIP! Heeee!)

Somewhere around dinnertime I got all shades of romantical. This is most likely due to the screen caps of Anne of Green Gables someone posted on cap_it. *dreamy siiiigh over Gilbert* Now, my graphic skilz are wiggity-wack, so if anyone wants to bases to make better ones, lemme know.



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(Couldn't help the little femme-slashy one with Anne/Diana. Oh, friend-love.) Want? Help yourself. Toss my name somewhere, muchas gracias.



And because NOW I can't put porny crap in this post because That Would Be Wrong to have mixed with Anne Shirley, I give you a song that I cannot get out of my head, and that's a good thing. anelith? This is the group I think you would just adore. I'll get their album The Tain up later today for you - it's like emo/folk/rock. But not crappy, like my description.

The Decemberists - We Both Go Down Together. (If you aren't singing, "Oh, my-hi love, my-hi lo-o-ove..." later today, you are broken inside. And not in the fun way.)
Also, Nouvelle Vague - Just Can't Get Enough. If you want a fun album to rock out to while doing stuff around your house, this is it. I like all of their stuff EXCEPT the Guns of Brixton - the original's better.


And one day, ONE DAY someone out there (that isn't Sue, who I pay to tell me I'm funny) will realize the GENIUS of my parody Christmas carol, "Gordok, Did You Know?" and I will be able to die in peace. (scroll down for the lyrics)

"The Producers" comes out this weekend and I am SO EXCITED!! I've heard Will Ferrell's musical number, and he is SO FUNNY! *bounces with glee!*

And finally, my dad wins. My dad can TOTALLY kick your dad's ass. Unless your dad is an Ultimate Wrestler, or something, and then my dad will pretend to be fey and get your dad a beer. BECAUSE THE FEATHERSTONES KNOW HOW TO SURVIVE, PEOPLE. My dad, who has a choir that tours the globe performing traditional chorale music, is singing Mr. Mackey's version of "Carol of the Bells" in one of their Christmas concerts. Ahahahaha!! Mmm'kay? He thought PDQ Bach was the height of comedy until I FINALLY got him to listen to South Park. And on that note... have a lovely Monday.
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