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Friday, October 23, 2009

OCTOBER 24 another holiday

THE HOLIDAY SERIES
OCTOBER
BLOOD CURDLING SCREAMS AND THE BIZARRE

Okay, this is under the BIZARRE catagory hee hee

OCTOBER 24, 2009
YESTERDAY WAS MY BLOGAVERSERY

One year ago October 24, 2009 -- KM Wilsher's first post!
And look, in celebration,
Merry and Pippin sing me a song about the GREEN DRAGON!



I was there in the crowd. Did you see me next to Gandalf?

Do you have a Tavern in your "Tale In Progress".
What did you name it?

14 comments:

Chris said...

I have a tavern that hasn't yet made it into my book. The "Dew Drop Inn" is owned by Jimladesh Relnd in my book. I figured I had to have at least one tavern, so I made one up. No clue if it'll ever make an appearance. =)
Nice post! That scene in the movie makes me giggle.

Kat Heckenbach said...

Yep--don't think you can have a magical town without a tavern :). Mine's called "The Dreg." Have no idea why--just the first name that popped into my head and I loved it.

MS Quixote said...

La Rosa Blanca...


Hey KM,

Are you really in the video, or were you just trying to see how many times someone would play it over and over :)

KM Wilsher said...
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KM Wilsher said...

Chris~ Love the Dew Drop Inn. They serve up some Barrels of Rain? Or some Liquid Sunshine? Just Kidding. Trying to be creative LOL

The Dreg. . .oh, Kat, great! Very creative. Very Jack Sparrow sounding. Love it! Sounds dark and like a place all the townies hang :)

MS-Hello! La Rosa Blanca-The White Rose. Intriguing! "Play it again, Sam." :0) LIke it!
PS How many times did you play the video before you asked? LOL I get $.50 for every play -- OF COURSE, I AM KIDDNG. :) No room for KM in a Tolkien tale, but on my Blogaversery I can dream ;)

I forgot to mention the tavern in Cobra Cutlass: The Dashing Duck. What do you think? Too Princess Bride?

Thanks for coming by!

Lori Lundquist said...

Happy Blogaversery!
I usually name taverns/bar with their owners' names. Probably ought to branch out. Hehe.
Have a great weekend!

Brandon said...

Well, I've never had a tavern in any of my stories... :(

If I did, maybe I'd call it, "The Toad" or "Toadies"

KM Wilsher said...

Lori, very fitting. I think its just the right thing, naming them after their owner!

Brandon, I like it Toad or Toadies! :)

Chris said...

The Dashing Duck? Well, that one's almost as cutesie as the Dew Drop Inn. lol
My excuse for having that name is that the taver-keeper let his wife name the place. No joke. After I came up with the name I forced myself to explain it. haha
I like Kat's, The Dreg, very cool.
=)

KM Wilsher said...

Yeah, Dashing Duck Inn and Tavern. Kinda Princess Bride/cutsy I guess. I may change it.

I like that he let his wife name the Dew Drop Inn :)

And Kat's the Dreg - oh yeah!

MS Quixote said...

Dashing Duck...very nice, KM. Already got a picture in my mind.

lynnrush said...

LOL. Dashing duck. :-)

I do have one, actually several, in my latest WIP. No name yet, but my main character trashes up a few kicking some demon butt.

Happy Blogversary. I should check and see when mine was. . . I think I'm approaching 500 posts soon.

I forget to check that stuff.

KM Wilsher said...

Thanks Lynn and MS. Ya don't think it's too silly - the Dashing Duck.

Can't you see Uncle Tiath-serome chasing the duck to serve to his guest for dinner? rofl!!!

Lynn, maybe you could do another contest to name your tavern :)

MS Quixote said...

Silly is as silly describes and plots, I say. The name is great, whether it's silly or not is left to be seen :)

btw-if you don't want it, I'll take it!