Monday, January 24, 2005

Elves and Football

My Dearest Kendrah,

I too find it amusing that Leggs thinks we know what we're doing! I also agree that keeping an eye on other real people in ME would be a good idea. I've read fan fiction...I know the trouble people can cause when they are out of their element. It might give all those retired Rangers something to do with their time (other than drinking in the Great Hall and taunting Aragorn about his new king clothes).

Last night was totally disturbing!! Aragorn had the boys over to watch the Steeler game. I expected Merry and Pippin to enjoy themselves, but I never thought the Elves would get so into it! It was most disconcerting to see Celeborn and The Sons, devouring nachos, swilling Iron City and frantically waving their Terrible Towels! Sadly, the Steelers lost...miserably...even I could tell it was pathetic! The boys didn't seem to mind. Merry and Pippin wrote a naughty drinking song about the Patriots quarterback's sister and Aragorn joined the Elves in composing a stirring lament to the downfall of the mighty warriors. I took my book, went to bed and shut the door.

When I got up this morning, there were still several guys passed out on the futon. I slunk out as quietly as I could. I hope that by the time I get home, they'll have all staggered off. I'm afraid they'll want to come back for the Super Bowl. I don't know if I can handle any more football.
Perhaps I can get them to watch figure skating?

Well, must go run some annoying reports before I head back to my (hopefully) football free apartment. And it's still snowing

Your Affectionate Friend,


gregor said...

Ted Pikul: I actually think there's an element of psychosis involved here.

Kendrah & Corwynne said...

psychosis? Is this a name of a tribe of imaginary people in your fantasy world? I know you couldn't be referring to a mental problem.

gregor said...

Yes and they are a strange people.
it's really Phy Cho Sis,
and in their language it means:
"I'm not crazy about reality, but it's still the only place to get a decent meal."

it's a rough translation.

Kendrah & Corwynne said...

Well, that goes without saying. Anyone who has ever tasted Eowyn's "Traveler's Stew" knows that the food can only be better elsewhere.