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Still AFK - and Flashpoint silliness

Still AFK - and Flashpoint silliness

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Still drowning in waves of gunk, headache and coughing.

Things continue delightfully.

All the true-crime and animal rescue shows I can eat.

Has anybody done a Flashpoint AU/fusion thing where the gang are Animal Cops? It would be great. Greg tries to negociate the cat out of the tree, [the girl whose name I have forgotten] is on a neighbouring garage roof ready to "solution" the whole matter with a dart gun, Ed is in the truck using the critter!cam* and being strategic. The blond newbie just let the neighbour's dog into the yard (because "fluffums wants to help, yes he does!") and the dog is now trying to work out the calorific content of his leg versus kitty-cat.

*I had a pussy!cam, but that is open to misinterpretation and kitty!cam sounds plain weird. Rather like the way everyone on Animal Cops [some strange city] talks about "momma dogs". *headdesk*
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    "Infamy! Infamy!!! They've all got it in f' meee!"

    I am so glad I make you happy, Bee.

    That makes me a whole lot happier, myself.

    PS: I finally figured out why "Fryin' Ta-niyyyht!" is as funny as it is in context, in CARRY ON SCREAMING - but as that's not a sign that we ever see over here it took a while for me to get it once I had seen some old photos of some shops. Rather like when you were reading the Canadian "eh" (which rhymes with "way") as "eh" (which rhymes with "meh"). It's like when I read old Silver Age Superman comics and saw them saying "Um.. er..." and realised that what that "er" was, was the way one spells "uh...".

    Edited at 2009-01-29 10:25 pm (UTC)
    • Re: As usual, postcript rambly, longer than post. - Re: I still think pussy!cam would have been wor

      *squishes and hugs* Any cheering up is greatly appreciated.
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