Drakyndra, Evil Master of Fandom (drakyndra) wrote,
Drakyndra, Evil Master of Fandom
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Shows how much I know about what's happened to some of the people from school

You know, there is something deeply unnerving about reading a Facebook status update and realising that not only does someone who was in my year at school have a child, but that the kid is already three years old.

I mean, that's just plain weird.

Fandomly, I missed posting on Don't Forget Day, woe. ;_; Though I noticed a big pile of FMA fics popping up at the Pit dedicated to it, and there's probably truckloads of fanart for it around, too. I stand by the suggestion I made to csakuras over Twitter: next year someone needs to make a cake shaped like a house and set it on fire.

And some YouTube videos of Lulz:
- Lady Gaga flight attendents? I want that to happen next time I'm flying somewhere.
- Dancing at the Movies. Because it's a whole lot of fun and cheerful (See how many movies you can identify).
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