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    Hello all! This is where I dance the monkey all day long, and rest my weary head when the dance has finished, heralding the coming of night. Think of me as the filler bunny, but more like a monkey. Here's just a little bit about me for those thinking: "Cool! Warren Ellis and Paul WhotheFunt?"

    My artistic career is accidental. When at University studying animation, they locked me in a room with an infinite number of other monkeys, and I happened to be the one who reproduced the complete works of Miyazaki. I was given a biscuit and a BA, and told to go away, which is when I decided that failing at comics would be a lot more interesting that being an inbetweener or a runner for x, y or z production house in London.

    Luckily, I didn't fail, and here I am! Freakangels is only my third job since leaving Uni (the other two were The Tempest and Sojourn), and concequently I'm yet inexperienced and green around the face and hands, so please treat me gently lest I bleed sap all over you. Before now, I've been parading around the internet for 7 years under the name of spoonbard.
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      CommentAuthoremsie
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
     (14.2)
    Where's my 10%, bitch? ^_~
    *hugs*
    Stop excusing yourself by the way; get over the fact that you're awesome, 'kay? ^_^
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      CommentAuthorAdam
    • CommentTimeNov 28th 2007
     (14.3)
    I always did love fillerbunny. Or... loved his pain, at least. Are you in pain too? I could do with a giggle.
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    Actually, strange you should ask, last night I had the most hideous pain in my solar-plexus. I think it was heartburn, but I've never had it before, so I'm not sure. Thought you'd be happy to know that :D

    EDIT: Whilst I was in pain, I danced.
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      CommentAuthoremsie
    • CommentTimeNov 29th 2007
     (14.5)
    "EDIT: Whilst I was in pain, I danced."

    Trooper ^_^
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      CommentAuthorAdam
    • CommentTimeDec 3rd 2007
     (14.6)
    Ecstatic, Paul. Ecstatic :) Have a bowl of pulled teeth.
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    I drink the teeth, and rip my gullet, laughing as I feel my insides bleed. Om nom nom.

    P.S. Has anyone experienced the opening monologue of Steven Berkoff's Agamemnon? I saw my sister perform as Clytemnestra, and it was an eye opener (or ear opener more like it).