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20 January 2006 @ 03:27 pm
Some things are just too perfect to resist. *G* Gakked from laceymcbain and obscuranb.

Ten Top Trivia Tips about Blandine!

  1. Research indicates that blandine will be attracted to people who have recently eaten bananas!
  2. The first domain name ever registered was blandine.com.
  3. It is impossible to fold blandine more than seven times.
  4. Blandine can give birth ten days after being born, and is born pregnant!
  5. Blandine cannot jump.
  6. The opposite sides of blandine always add up to seven.
  7. Blandine can clean her ears with her tongue, which is over thirty-nine inches long.
  8. The porpoise is second to blandine as the most intelligent animal on the planet.
  9. Fish travel in schools, but whales travel in blandine.
  10. Blandine has four noses!
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25 August 2005 @ 03:42 pm
Regarding the last post ...

Doyle is indeed an interesting and unpredictable man. Puce indeed!
Royal Blue was more what I expected of our charming and modest Bodie, while grey is spot on for Cowley (it also reflect the man's moral ambiguity: Nothing is ever black or white with the Cow.)

I was, of course extremely flattered by the professional interest the famous and respected head of CI5 showed for my experience and my particular technique. I won't go into too much details but I will tell you that we had a particularly interesting and informative talk while having a drink at "The Fox and Hounds" down the street. We compared notes on the training of CI5 and Deuxieme Bureau agents and came to the conclusion that though his men are well trained in all matters of self defense and mainstream attack, we, special agents of the Bureau, are better trained at stealthy attack using every means necessary. He was very curious about my DMC tactic and, though he recognized that this would not be a suitable weapon for his elite agents, he seemed very interested by the shoe string variant of this technique. Our conversation led to an official request for some interdepartemental cooperation in designing a training program that would focus on inconspicuous (but lethal, or at the very least severely disabling) weapons.

I might therefore remain in London, a little longer than I had planned. I must admit that I am glad of the opportunity to get to know these men a little better and look forward to training with them. I think that I will also take this opportunity to take the lads down a peg or two since I could not but notice that, though they are mostly pleasant and charming around women, they do not seem to consider them as equal in the workplace. I guess I have my work cut out for me, don't I?

Here, Lacey: a little Mary-Sue all for you! It is actually a little frightening to see how readily I respond to my fictionnal alter ego! I think I like it because it offers a harmless outlet for my darker side. Aha!!
Current Mood: amusedamused
24 August 2005 @ 04:20 pm
Blandine asked laceymcbain what Doyle and Bodie would say if asked what colours they were.

Here's the reply:

Doyle: What colour would I ... bloody hell, what kind of ...
Bodie: (with forced pleasantness) Raymond, just answer the question. The sooner you answer, the sooner we get to a proper pub.
Doyle: Right. (thinks) Puce.
Bodie: Puce? What the hell kind of ... (looks at Blandine) Excuse us.

(Lads go off to the side)

Bodie: (stares at Doyle) Puce?
Doyle: It's a kind of reddish-purple.
Bodie: I know what it is, I just don't know--
Doyle: No, you don't. You thought it was grey. You said Murph's car was puce, and it's--
Bodie: Doyle! (grabs his arm) Why?
Doyle: (looks away and shakes head) It was everywhere. Dark, thick purply-red. When I got shot. I ... puce.

*OH, the ANGST!!*

Bodie: (touches his face) Let's get out of here.
Doyle: What about ... (gestures towards Blandine)
Bodie: Cowley'll be along. He can chat her up.
Doyle: (grins) And what colour would you be?
Bodie: (leading the way out) I would be a royal blue. Named for the princes, I was. Such a beautiful baby.
Doyle: And modest too.

(They leave through the back door as Cowley enters.)

Cowley: Ah, Miss Blandine, so good to meet you. I've followed your career with the Fifth Office. I say, I never expected to get a call from the Amethyst Shadow.
Blandine: (smiles demurely)
Cowley: So, what is it I can do for you? (she whispers in his ear) Colour? Aye, excellent question. Did the lads ... (he looks around) ... yes, well, I'll have a chat with them. Now, to your question ... I would say grey - hard as iron, strong as a Scottish gale. Yes, grey. Now, let me buy you a wee dram of something and you can tell me all about yourself. I'm particularly interested in what you've done with embroidery floss as a garotting tool.

Blandine looks flattered. Conversation continues ...
Current Mood: mischievousmischievous
08 June 2005 @ 09:38 am
Sharpe's heterosexuality is sacred.


blandine - log in to your journal. Click on the "leave a comment" section for this post. Click the little blue pencil icon to edit. When the box appears, erase this, and respond to the question. Come on, you know you want to!!

When done, click post. You've made your first post. Congrats.
Current Mood: boredbored
18 May 2005 @ 02:11 pm
Title: Kaleidoscope
Author: Blandine
Rating: PG
Notes: Missing Scene for "Spell"

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Read Nuala's Sequel: Kaleidoscope, Part Deux
Gakked from laceymcbain - actually, posted here by Lacey because you need to use your Freakin' journal!!

a. List 5 fandoms.
b. Have your friends list choose a character from each fandom that he/she thinks most resembles you and justify why.
c. Post in your own LJ, so I can tell you who reminds me of you.

1. Smallville
2. Harry Potter
3. Lord of the Rings
4. Buffy/Angel verse
5. Batverse