What an amazing coincedence. I watched the Pachelbel Rant yesterday. :P
I'm not feeling extraordinarily clever today....(actually I never do) but here's my caption: "Death Becomes Her"
haha, cute. ;)
That was a good movie! I haven't seen it in at least a decade.
That picture scares me...I'll have to read some Harry Potter before I go to sleep now :P
I love that rant! :P And the second violin part is pretty good :P
Here's something I thought you should see, if you haven't seen it already. The awesome Alanis Morisette parodying 'my humps'http://youtube.com/watch?v=W91sqAs-_-g
Ooh! I've been meaning to post that humps thingie.; ;)
And yay! Which Harry Potter did you end up reading?
After tea, Lady Annabel would take a cat nap and dream of what she liked best.
I got nothin'..
But i like that picture a lot.
*nod* It's cool. It was on my friends of friends page and I promptly grabbed it.
Hmmmmm....Let it Be isn't in the key of D....It IS a very common chord progression though, you hear it everywhere.
I will never play Pachelbel on my guitar again after seeing this. Genius.
ooh, or how 'bout "Even Death turned away from Eleanor Rigby"
Hmm...I'm not sure about a caption, but it looks kind of like the right side of a butt cheek with the girl's head just above where the anus might be.
oh, but it's supposed to be death's scythe, I see that now. How about...
"She thought she was leaving the Adams family, but death followed her even to the railroad station"
Thank you for bringing the Pachelbel Rant into my life :)
You're welcome! I'm so glad you enjoyed it. I just love it so much! I've seen it sooo many times. lol.
"The Arts Gang strikes again. too classy for a 'kick me' sign but not low enough for a bucket of warm water to the hand."
Amelia never understood why none of her friends ever asked her to spend the night a second time. She was afraid it might be her unladylike snoring, but it was actually the creepy scythe shaped shadow she cast on the wall while sleeping.
Wouldn't that suck, for a kid?
"Unbeknownst to Vivian before her wedding night, her new husband Benjamin had quite the 'tool'."
LOL! HHAHAHAHAHA!!! WOW!!!
Yes! Spread the joy of the Pachalbel Rant! My piano teacher in college had a similar rant; she got asked to play it at weddings all the time. :)
Alas, I have no caption, I am too in awe of the lovely creepiness of that photo.
And seriously! It's an awesome image isn't it?
I can definitely see that from the picture you had of yourself online.