Is that the weather report?
Everyone knows we get lesbians every goddamn year, and yet every time they arrive people act all shocked. “I’m not ready for lesbians yet! I haven’t put lesbian tyres on my car!” Lady, it happens every year. You were warned beforehand. It’s your own damn fault if you end up in an accident because you weren’t prepared for lesbians.
seriously. so tired of being late for school just because the subway can’t handle lesbians. it’s norway! what do they expect
On the bright side, learning institutions will close in their droves as nations shut down due to the overwhelming presence of lesbians.
:sigh: But you have to make up lesbian days at the end of the school year…
I’ve been waiting for lesbians ever since the weather turned cold. I was promised 5cm of lesbians and DID I GET ANY? NO I DID NOT. Oh sure, there are lesbians up on the hills, but where’s my gorgeous carpet of lesbians, huh?
I don’t know how to make the Yuletide gay in these conditions. :(
A Brief History of Christmas Carols
The first Christmas related hymns were sang in fourth century Rome and in Latin. The carol as it is recognised today, was first introduced around the 12th Century and became popularised in the 13th, with the words of ‘O come all ye faithful’, possibly originating at this time. The music from carols often dates to the medieval period, or are later based upon medieval music. An example of this is The Holly and The Ivy, which comes from a medieval composition. Christmas carols in the English language are first recorded in 1426, in a list of 25 carols that would be sang by ‘wassaliers’, who would travel from house to house. Carols were sang by people in gatherings at this time, only later were they sang in church. The Reformation helped to spread the popularity of carols, as music was widely encouraged in Protestantism. The picture above shows a popular Latin carol of that time. Many of today’s widely recognised Christmas carols originate in the 19th Century, with Good King Wenceslas, I Saw Three Ships, The First Noel and Hark! The Herald Angels Sing all coming from this time.
Before I scrolled down and read the context I was like ‘that’s Personent Hodie!’ And then it was. :)
Now I can’t stop picturing this version of Holmes & Watson. Like the Mary Russell books but with John and Mary’s daughter who just gets called “Watson Jr.” all the time. :D
HYDROCODONE MIDNIGHT THEATRE PART I FORGET, FIVE MAYBE: SHERLOCK AND WATSON.
LOOK AT THE LITTLE GREY ONE
YOU’RE THE ODD ONE OUT BUT IT’S OKAY YOU’RE GORGEOUS
they’re like fluffy carol singers
I am imagining the Skulk trying to sing carols
It is… not going well
Don wants to sing the tune
Addie wants to sing the descant but she doesn’t know it so she’s just making shit up on top of the tune
James knows the tenor line and him and Don are getting increasingly louder trying to drown each other out
Fran thinks she sounds like a pop star. She doesn’t.
Randhir and Meg are doing their best on the bass and alto parts because someone has to, but they really, really just want to get to the mulled wine
(The Rabble sing in tune, in harmony, and have home-baked mince pies after. Just so you know.)