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I Want To Run Away With You

6 May
I want to run away with you
To somewhere warm and breezy too
The only thing I ask or two
Is No Polar Bears
 
We will travel by night by train
Through the dark and pouring rain
Excuse me if I should refrain
But Absoutly No Polar Bears
 
As long as you are there
With your skin so fair
Just not me in my underwear
Being Eaten By Polar Bears
 
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Alternate Ending:
 
In the morning when the sun arise
If I find to my surprise
A Polar Bear has Eaten Your Eyes
Then I will say: I told you so…
 
Alternate Alternate Ending:
 
Rose are red
Violets are blue
That big ol’ Polar Bear
Has his eyes on you
 
Alternate Alternate Inception/Poe Ending:
 
They sailed off into the distance
On a boat built for three
Him, his love, and a Polar Bear
Nevermore
 
Alternative Dr Suess Ending:
 
A Polar Bear Named Ned
Danced On The Head
Of A Ziggy Wed Bed
And Ate Bread 
With Your Head
 
Alternative Shel Silverstein Ending:
 
The Polar Bear rocked the lovers to sleep
After giving up his fur, his claws, and his feet
Deciding that was way too sweet
Buried the lovers deep
In concrete
 
Alternative Metallica Ending:
 
*screaming*
 
Exit Polar Bear
Enter Night
Eat my hand
Run Away To North Pole Land
 
*Insert guitar riff here*
 
 

The Perks of Being Clutz

2 May

It’s reblog Thursday once again, and it’s May. Which means you poor Northerners should be warmng up sometme soon, right? Except you people in Antarctica. No smellng of May flowers for you…just the thoughts of being eaten by polar bears. That is actually not a random thought like it seems it is, but rather foreshadowing to Monday’s post.

So there!

Miss Four Eyes

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I’m a clumsy person. People think this is something I need to fix and that some day falling down a flight of stairs backwards* is going to get me into serious trouble. I don’t really agree with them. I mean sure, there are better things to be proud of then falling down a flight of stairs backwards (but really, it was like being on a rollercoaster, but better!). Being clumsy doesn’t have to be a bad thing. In fact, I recommend you set your reputation as a clumsy person too, and enjoy all the perks of being a clutz with me.

  • You are the best person to come to for risk management. You are so experienced in things going wrong that you have the ability to predict all the possible things that could go wrong (the only problem is that you can’t exactly tell how to stop these things from happening…

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