"I am always happy to take credit where blame is due."--John Davis Frain
oh my goodness. That made me laugh much harder than it should have.
Me too. I'd like to see one for "Ulysses".
It must be really good as it is a blocked site here in Dubai!
LOL! I smell a twitter based novel evolving from this conversation, maybe YA?
Ahem - LOL! Twitter Classics FTW! :)
Fantastic! "Naked chicks FTW!" I have no idea why this cracked me up so much, but my sides hurt just the same.Thanks for sharing.
That was awesome! "Everyone dead. FAIL"Fail, indeed.
Unrelated comment here, but folks should go check out the fabulously fun query contest going on over at super-agent Nathan Bransford's blog (btw, I think you're a super-agent too, Janet). It's going to be a fun one!
I think one would have to have a working knowledge of "The Odyssey," as opposed to Twitter, but agreed- morning funny. :)-C
That reminded me of Pride and Prejudice, Facebook style, which makes me fall out of my chair laughing. (The Facebook Hamlet is pretty good too.)http://www.much-ado.net/austenbook/
So funny. Thx!
Thanks for the link, Janet!
ooh that was funny. There's also a facebook version of pride and prejudice that's really funny. Here's a link.http://www.much-ado.net/austenbook/
Rofl!But I'm going to have to learn some of the Twitter slang.
ULYSSES has been Twitterized, as well as others:http://novelistinparadise.com/?p=774
Janet: My apologies for awarding you the Honest (S)Crap blog award. You may now commence not feeling guilty about it. :-)And this Twitter-ody? Is made of awesome.
Dammit, Janet, pass me the Depends, willya?
ZOMG totly Fing funy ur too cool 4 sharing. OT: Athena, izit FUBAR?
LOL, thanks Janet!Libba Bray did an awesome twitterized version of A Great and Terrible Beauty on her blog yesterday -- http://libba-bray.livejournal.com/46755.html
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