redheadedfemme: (werewolf high heels)
 Actual class offered at my community college:

"The Geography of Vampires: From Folk to Pop Culture." 

Explore the true story behind vampires and how they went from hideously feared creatures of the night to the romantic, enamoring immortals of today. The legend of the vampire goes back thousands of years and spans many continents. Interwoven into the folklore of numerous cultures around the world, it transcends both time and geographic boundaries.

I wonder if the instructor will provide an explanation for sparkling. 
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redheadedfemme: (werewolf high heels)
 Actual class offered at my community college:

"The Geography of Vampires: From Folk to Pop Culture." 

Explore the true story behind vampires and how they went from hideously feared creatures of the night to the romantic, enamoring immortals of today. The legend of the vampire goes back thousands of years and spans many continents. Interwoven into the folklore of numerous cultures around the world, it transcends both time and geographic boundaries.

I wonder if the instructor will provide an explanation for sparkling. 
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Jan. 12th, 2008 11:06 pm

Ha Ha!

redheadedfemme: (computer geekery)
Oh my God, this is cute. It's in Danish, but it doesn't matter. Go see.
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Jan. 12th, 2008 11:06 pm

Ha Ha!

redheadedfemme: (computer geekery)
Oh my God, this is cute. It's in Danish, but it doesn't matter. Go see.
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Jan. 29th, 2007 10:34 pm

The Cure!!

redheadedfemme: (nerd southpark)
Finally!! A cure for baldness!!

(snicker snicker)
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Jan. 29th, 2007 10:34 pm

The Cure!!

redheadedfemme: (nerd southpark)
Finally!! A cure for baldness!!

(snicker snicker)
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redheadedfemme: (science fiction/fantasy)
This is hilarious.

I usually don't laugh out loud over things I read on the Internet, because to be frank, most of them aren't that funny. Even The Onion, in my opinion, proves the rule rather than the exception.

This, however, is genuinely funny. Too bad there's no indication who wrote it--that person would definitely have a future in comedy.
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redheadedfemme: (science fiction/fantasy)
This is hilarious.

I usually don't laugh out loud over things I read on the Internet, because to be frank, most of them aren't that funny. Even The Onion, in my opinion, proves the rule rather than the exception.

This, however, is genuinely funny. Too bad there's no indication who wrote it--that person would definitely have a future in comedy.
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