Wednesday, November 21, 2012

First public $mas decorations go up: local council once again "unclear on the concept"


Q.: Does this brief exchange provide any useful information?
A.: Yes, it is reading between the lions. 

In a press conference today Sir Peter Jackson emphatically denied any animal-welfare issues on the Mauretania set of his C. S. Lewis adaptation, where "The Lion", "The Witch" and the "Wardrobe" are being filmed in parallel. He assured reporters that film crews were making every effort to keep the animal death-toll down to the bare minimum. Increasingly agitated, the director then accused reporters in the front row of seats of showing disloyalty to the Ice Queen, and attempted to force Turkish Delight down their throats before his handlers succeeded in subduing him and leading him away.

6 comments:

ifthethunderdontgetya™³²®© said...

Stay between the lions...the lions are our friends.
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mikey said...

I always knew when St. Paul wrote about that whole Messiah thing he was lion...

Substance McGravitas said...

All would have been fine if the animals had made their saving throw.

Another Kiwi said...

Oh right, fine. Fearless newsman Smut costs Riddled staff redcarpet invites. I have a new evening gown made for this!!!

fish said...

Quoting Jesus on the cross: "I've still got my pride"

tigris said...

Iesus Nazarenus, Rex Bestiarum