Mr Lynch: The question was "Who wrote Hamlet?" You wrote "The Pope's cousin, Count Pope-ula, a magical monster with pencils for arms.
Brendon: I'll be honest, Mr. Lynch. I made that one up.

Friday, March 4, 2011


There’s lots of things that I should have done;
Small tokens of my lost love, for the things I once found fun,
And I guess you’ve been saving them up. To give me a chance at love
And all I have is a rough song, and a voice of a scared cub,
But it’s the thought that counts I guess
Even the ones that don’t make sense
Even when the next day you’ll forget

The hooks in deep tonight, we all make mistakes
Let’s pretend we’ve done right
So we can get some sleep tonight

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