A Prized Prize Post

Quirk decided to write my sister’s prize post. Just a review: My sister was awarded the biggest-fan-of-my-blob award, and she decided to forgo a guest post in favor of me writing lies about her. Well, I decided to forgo writing lies about her (because what I say might serve to incriminate me), and so Quirk decided to. So here is… Quirk. *holds up a sign saying “applause”*

Hey all, Quirk here. I’ve decided to write a post about Liam’s sister. Why, I don’t rightly know. How? With my fingers and a keyboard, of course.

So… Liam’s sister is an interesting person. Not quite as interesting as Liam, of course, but she is– well, I’ll just let you see for yourself.

When she was three, she was saved from a falling building which may very well have ended her life then and there. Who was she saved by? Me, of course. Unfortunately, this served to put me in the bad books of some high-level crime groups. They’re after me! Sorry…

Of course, Liam denies that last paragraph as being completely false. But it isn’t. He also claims that if I had saved his sister when she was three, that would’ve been before I was born, and so, technically she would’ve been dead right now. But she isn’t, ’cause she’s upstairs playing viola. I responded to this attack at my logic by saying that she grew quickly from ages three to her current age, which is well over three.

Other than that, she has had no strange flirtations with death. Other than deciding to play the viola, which very well might cost her her life at a later date. Oh, and her enormous assumption that if any good birthday cakes are going to be made around this house, they must be made by her. That could also kill her eventually. You have no idea what some criminals might do when their cakes are insulted.

Hmmm… what else? She seems to be following in Liam’s footsteps exactly. She plays piano, a string instrument, is in a youth orchestra, and wants a blog. (Liam says there’s a difference between a blog and a blob, which is what he has. I personally can’t see it.) Oh, and she has the same profile picture when she comments on Liam’s blob, so you’ll see two people with snarling dogs as avatars in lively banter. And the funny thing is, she hates that picture!

Anyway, this is how I see Liam’s sister. She may not like it, but she’s like it. (Like my play on words? No? Okay…)

~Quirk

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  1. Gwendolyn Copperstone

     /  December 9, 2011

    Nice post! Keri sounds like fun. I have the same “It’s not good unless I made it” thing about panini sandwiches and hot chocolate made from scratch. I don’t care if it’s ridiculous.

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    • Quirk cares.

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      • Gwendolyn Copperstone

         /  December 9, 2011

        Oh really? Then I challenge Quirk to a panini bake-off! I’ll show him who’s supreme queen of the panini press! Hmm, one problem: how does one have a bake-off with an LFP?

      • That’s just the matter I was about to raise with you. An LFP, according to Quirk, is aloof from all challenges except virtual ones. So, if you wanted to challenge him to a panini drawing contest, he’d be only too happy to oblige.
        Wait… Quirk’s saying something (what a shock!)…
        Okay, he says he stinks at drawing too, so no challenges today.

      • Gwendolyn Copperstone

         /  December 9, 2011

        Darn. Oh, well.

      • I know. I was hoping you’d beat him soundly and thoroughly cure him of his conceitedness (except where drawing is concerned– he isn’t conceited at all in that area).

      • Gwendolyn Copperstone

         /  December 9, 2011

        Well, maybe there will be a chance to cure him of conceitedness sometime in the future, be it done by me or someone else. (Gets a notebook and writes on the cover “notes on curing conceitedness: to be used in stories and on LFPs”)

      • Please, do it quickly. It’s getting on my already thoroughly grated upon nerves.

    • Keri

       /  December 9, 2011

      Yes actually I am fun! 🙂

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      • Don’t believe her– It’s a lie! All lies! She told you about the noodle incident, didn’t she? NO ONE CAN PROVE I DID THAT! What? She didn’t tell you about the… I mean, what noodle incident? Did I say that?

  2. Keri

     /  December 9, 2011

    Quirk, what you need is a good talking to. If there was a building that fell down while I was in it, Liam probably saved me. Viola will NOT cost me my life at any time. And it is not just an assumption that if cakes are to be good, they are to be made by me. That is absolutely true. (As you might recall, the last cake made by Liam burned the house down!) Of course I hate his avatar! Everyone hates it! And actually it is not a youth orchestra (well if you define an eighty year old stand partner as a youth then it might be)
    Quirk, you are a LFP and the lies that you are telling are not acceptable and will be told to Liam.

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    • From Quirk:
      Look, Keri– Liam wouldn’t save you unless you were stuck in a building glued to his stuffed pink platypus! Choosing to play viola is a life-threatening choice. Face it. And Liam hasn’t burned any house down with a cake. (Wait, has he? I’ll check my sources.) Youth orchestra? 80 years old is a youthful age! I happened to have the best time of my life while I was eighty!

      Note from Liam: Don’t listen to him, please. Of course I would save you if you were in a falling building. If I didn’t, you would never let me play with your stuff. Violas are fine. The world needs more violists. But none of them should be from our family. It’s a blight upon our reputation. (Do you KNOW how hard I worked to build that up after the last time? No? Study up, sis.) I have never burned a house down, whether on purpose, or on accident, or in a staged situation. And vicious dogs are awesome, when they’re pointed at other people. Lastly, I have to apologize for Quirk: He counts age backwards. Eighty is the same as age two in his book. Of course, he hasn’t been alive for two years, but I’ll let that slide. This time.

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