The title. What are you going on about? What does it mean?
It doesn't mean anything!
Actually, it's the best I could come up with on short notice for this hastily smushed together post.
Ah. That explains it.
Does it? I'm still none the wiser.
So, what does it mean?
Well, my SubC was right-
Oh, shut up. It doesn't really mean anything. Its just an amalgamation of Mago's amusing "Kormorant and Tetris" comment (because this post contains cormorants) on my most recent It's A Faaaake! post (Mago was describing Koromandis the Chandir, and th'Thanticar the Andorian), and the second part of this post which deals with five out of the most recent ten videos I've watched according to my YouTube Library History.
What a strange combination. What on Earth made you think these two disparate things would go together?
Nothing! I just thought that as so many of the posts here lately have been about the same tired old subject matter (beaches, cormorants and seals)-
Because you, Witchface, can't be arsed to pull your finger out and write about Cusp-related goings-on and the like!
Rude! You could get off your arse and go somewhere other than the bloody beach, you know.
I could, but I don't want to! Anyway, I thought I'd try and liven up this post with something a little different, so be quiet and let me get on with it!
And "Hmmph!" from me, too!
Right. Now that those two have shut the Hells up, let's get on with this, shall we? The following photos are from Thursday 13th September:
|Two out of three cormorants said they preferred to have a head...|
And now for part two. In no particular order, and for no reason other than I thought they were quite a diverse selection, here are five of the ten videos I've most recently watched courtesy of YouTube:
Martin Prince stars as The Queen of Summertime (from The Simpsons sixth season episode "Bart of Darkness" - one of my favourite eps). I'd searched for this clip to link to in a comment at Trek BBS (where all my It's A Faaaake! Star Trek art is posted)
Mistress Maddie's extremely hot gardener, who looks an awful lot like my surly (and sadly not shirtless) postman.
The Blaster Beam musical instrument designed in the 1970s, which featured in the sound effects and musical scores from several sci-fi films, including Star Trek (of course)
Discovered at io9: The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina - A show I'm considering watching
Annie Lennox's "Money Can't Buy It" - a recent earworm
What about you? What does your YouTube/ViewPure top ten look like?
P.S. The "five out of ten" part also reminds me of Mitzi's Food For Queens post...