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it isn't what you do with it, it's the size that counts!

Posted on 2007.07.11 at 15:29


try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2007-11-08 21:54 (UTC) ()
oh, excuse me, kilometers and kilometers

It's actually kilometres and kilometres, but we won't split hairs.

...of unmarked, possibly unnamed two lane roads stretching between far-flung, obscure towns that rise up out of nowhere like Superman's Fortress of Solitude.

Oh, pish, darling, they won't JUST be dropped off in Ontario. *g*

Anyway, I hate Survivor, so I vote for Suddenly in Canada being its own show. One of the challenges is certain to be sticking some poor unsuspecting thing behind the wheel of a car in the middle of downtown Toronto. At night.

Or, y'know, they could do something with dogsleds.

I'm at work now (double shift), but I'll email tomorrow about the tickets. If you don't hear from me, call me and yell at me. DEFINITELY Hamlet.

Edited at 2007-11-08 21:55 (UTC)
topaz7 at 2007-11-09 06:59 (UTC) ()
ah, you corrected the spelling of kilometres. Excellent.

try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2007-11-09 07:30 (UTC) ()
I corrected the Canadian spelling of kilometres. It's kilometers in United Statsean. But since my pitch to the entertainment industry is for a show about Canada, well. Besides, teasing peacey is fun! ;)

And anyway, Why oh Why can't there be one standard of spelling? *angsts* I've written in a mishmash of Brit and US spelling since I was around twelve because I think Brit is prettier, but gah, it's all so confusing! I have three separate spellcheck dictionaries on my computer, just for English. I haven't even tried to figure out Australian spelling, which I'll bet is an even different set of rules.

Edited at 2007-11-09 07:34 (UTC)
topaz7 at 2007-11-09 07:38 (UTC) ()
Just shorten every word to one syllable and add "o" at the end, and you'll be fine in Australian.

*ducks in case Australians are reading this*
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