Boom! How do you like me now?

You can’t stop me Dark Sith Lords of the Zero To Hero Challenge, who only want what’s best for me. I will get that cape (actually I already got the cape), even if I have to steal it from your cold, dead hands (which I won’t because I already bought my own, so don’t be scared).

Today, you challenged us to write a new Page.

Guess what?

Yeah. That’s right. I freaking did it and it’s glorious. That’s right. Glorious. I can’t be responsible for what happens to you if you don’t read this. Just saying.

THE RIDES

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13 responses to “Boom! How do you like me now?

  1. I won’t post on the page itself; but the picture…. you have me wondering if you know the name of the chick being ridden by the guy… she looks an awful lot like an old room mate of mine >< epic scariness batman… seriously epic scariness.

  2. We don’t wear capes; they hinder our ninja-like movements. Good job on the page, though.

    Might I suggest shortening your page titles? If you could get your menu on a single line, you’d have a cleaner-looking page.

    Carry on. 🙂

    • As a person with ninja like wit, I cannot agree with this statement. Wearing a cape is both a form of protection and a fashion statement..two thing that greatly contribute to ninjas and their skills. Please don’t shatter my image of all of the WP personnel wearing capes. I would be devastated, much like a nerd upon finding out that Legolas isn’t real. Ok.. that was me, actually. But you are totally wearing a cape at all times in my brain.

      You are completely right about the menu, though, and as soon as it will allow me to do so, I will drop the “(and things”) from the “Stuff” Category so that they all fit neatly on one line. Unfortunately at present, the computer like machine is not agreeing with me. Or maybe I’m too tired from working the Kraftwerk show for 19 hours and simple motor skills are not computing (yeah, that’s actually true (sigh) and two more days to go). I’ll try again soon, but I totally agree with you and I’m on it…

      …Except for the cape part… you’re all wearing capes, and if you’re not, you need to be. Let me know if you need the name of my dealer. 😀

      • Legolas is not real? But I saw him last month, on the screen, and there was a dragon, and fire, and I ran out of theatre because I was afraid to I might get incinerated. I don’t know if anyone else got out alive. Now I have no idea how that movie ends. Dragons should never be aloud in theatres.

      • I mean elves are totally real, but the Legolas in the movie is a hologram. The real Legolas was murdered in a gang war in East LA 10 years ago, but to make money, they exploit his death and put a hologram in the film instead. It’s tragic.

      • With the display of archery skills Legolas showed us all in Lord of the Rings, taking down countless hoards of orcs, I am surprised to learn he could have been taken out so easily by a gang of East Los Angelians… Didn’t Gimli have his back?

        As for the Hologram, it seems to be a very accurate representation but I wish you hadn’t told me. I know now, as I sit to watch the final episode of the Hobbit, I am going to be questioning everything I see, wondering if I can believe that any of it is real.

  3. Archery skills are nothing compared to a dude with a glock. Trust me, I’m right there with you… I am a practicing rapier sword fighter.. I believe in the skill, not a trigger finger, but sadly, that’s the world that we and the elves outside of Rivendel live in.

    As for the rest of the film, I’m sorry if I shattered your bubble :-(. Also, Santa Clause is not real, but the Tooth Fairy is, and he is terrifying. I’ve seen a documentary about him. But to put your mind at ease, I think it’s pretty obvious that the rest of the film is 100% real and based on actual events that are currently happening in New Zealand.

    • Santa is real, I once saw him at the mall during Christmas. He was watching the fake mall Santa in the gaudy holiday display promising kids they’ll get what they want for Christmas. He was watching from the back of the crowd, shaking his head in disgust.

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