A Bard’s Life: What’s a bard to do?

The fair minstrel has journeyed to his summer cottage in the land, D of C.  He has been reunited with his love from the east, and they revel weekly as the fair minstrel gallavants in the diamond fields with other men; sticks and balls in hand.  Alas, this humble minstrel longs for the presence of Madame Umbilicus, who has not sojourned with the him to the land, D of C.  Madame Umbilicus remains in the womb-like palace, a fortnight’s horse ride west of the Atlantic.

The minstrel has never journeyed alone, and has taken his glowing box, bequethed to him by Lord Microsoft, in Madame Umbilicus’ stead.  This magical, glowing box has been granted the power of projection by Lord Microsoft’s jesters, and the minstrel wants nothing more than to view the lovely Madame Umbilicus, one last, heart-rending moment, before Lord Microsoft’s glowing box is flooded with the all-encompasing Blue magic from the Silicon Valley.  “To arms!” yells the minstrel…

…and the knuckle children did flow.  And the villagers rejoiced.

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5 Responses to “A Bard’s Life: What’s a bard to do?”


  1. 1 stoneywageslave September 13, 2007 at 10:16 am

    dankkkkkkkkkkkk whatchu been doing these days playing warcraft like that

  2. 2 STONEY September 13, 2007 at 11:44 am

    dank, prepare yourself

  3. 3 dankknuggets September 13, 2007 at 12:22 pm

    ROUGHTY, go eat a sausage sandwich. or as the irish call it, a banger.

  4. 4 suityourself September 13, 2007 at 12:53 pm

    hahahaha classic. how’d you find my hidden camera footage?!

  5. 5 reiydoyefvw@gmail.com June 12, 2015 at 10:56 am

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