Mr. Hefner called. He wants his jacket back. By The Archivist on May 13, 2011 Spread the love Published in Recovered Blog Post The Archivist Maintenance account for the Babbage Aethernet Reader (BAR) and archival records. More from Recovered Blog PostMore posts in Recovered Blog Post »Steampunk Storytime @7pmThe Conservatory Ballroom Presents a Formal Dance Monthly, 4th SaturdaysMusic and Role-play at the Tell-Tale Heart Pub: Monthly 2nd TuesdaysSpring Formal Dance at The Conservatory Ballroom 5pm SLTSteampunk Storytime @7pm
Now the next important question: Does that mean Phae is a bunny now?
She refuses to wear the ears.
*laughs and laughs…then laughs some more*
*grins* You know, sometimes life is good.
*falls over laughing*
I once went out with a girl, who kept mistaking Stan Lee for Hugh Hefner, I think it was the girl dressed like Stripperella standing by him at a con that did it
Stan Lee IS the Hugh Hefner of nerds.
I believe there was a cameo by Stan Lee in Iron Man where he’s mistaken for the Hef.
I see Phaedra has already dressed you in Garnet’s old clothing… the sentimental wretch. She is still hung up on the lack of attention. Poor thing.
Oh, Yoyo, I know what you’re worried about! But don’t fret, you’ll always be the only man I’ve ever tight-laced into a corset.
I would say that you were the only woman who has tight-laced me into a corset, however, that would be a monumental fib. And as everyone knows, I am loathe to lie.
Every day I am more and more glad I poisoned that hideous Soup woman.
Ere this is over, ye shall bitterly rue those words.
You have clearly forgotten who I am.
You, my dear, have clearly forgotten that I know precisely who you are.
::slowly tilts his head at Underby:: You wouldn’t perchance once long ago have had long white hair, did you? At times I swear I was looking at an old friend, but hearing you’ve worn a corset, I wonder even more of the resemblance.
((*typist desperately tries to hold back laughter* In context or out of context, that is a line!))
Mrs. Underby did you ever find your skirt? Last time I saw you you didn’t have one. You had a napkin tied around your waist dat you kept tryin’ to tell me was a skirt.