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Going out for the evening, Hulga?

November 10, 2009

Here you go, Bob, a nice martini. Very dry, three olives, just how you like it.

What do yo think of the house? Yeah, I love these huge old Gothic places. You found the bathroom okay?

What? You went UPSTAIRS? No, that’s fine, but… Look Bob, did you notice a large reinforced metal door with four deadbolts on it?

Ka-thump…ka-thump…ka-thump…ka-thump…

Uh-oh. Bob, this is real important. You didn’t undo those bolts, did you?

Ka-thump…ka-thump…ka-thump…ka-thump…ka-thump…ka-thump…ka-thump…ka-thump…

Crap, Bob, I think you let my sister Hulga get loose.

I hear her scepter on the back stairway. Don’t even breathe, Bob. She can smell fear. I’ll get the tranquilizer gun.

That’s her! She isn’t like us, Bob. Obviously, she’s from Belgium!

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A model presents a creation by Chinese designer Mao Geping during China Fashion Week in Beijing, November 5, 2009. REUTERS/Grace Liang

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You know, just the other day I was thinking about the lack of sceptres in today’s fashion. I was lounging around the house in my Valentino gown thinking ‘you know what’s missing from this outfit? A sceptre’.

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Am I seeing 3 headed monsters with sceptres?? Oh no!! Thats just her hair… isnt it?

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“Are you a good witch or a bad witch?”

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Please, don’t make her shake her head or something awful will happen!

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Wait a minute. I know that look. Wasn’t she in Rocky Horror Picture Show?

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Wasn’t she and evil queen from a Dr. Who episode?

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So that’s what Princess Leia looks like after 30 years and without a haircut.

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