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07 January 2009 @ 06:41 pm
Flooding and generated thingies  
I've been AWOL. Selling tiny cheeseburgers you see.

Anywho, anyone hear about the ridiculous flooding here in Washington State? First the snow (and we had TONS of it) and NOW, NOW the flooding.

I no longer have a road in front of my house. I do have someone's water heater...and dog igloo...and ROOF! We had to trek across my neighbor's yard through a foot and a half of water to get to our house. (This is the neighbor who lost her roof yesterday in the 100 mph windstorm that...*snickers*...blew through here).

I hate weather right now...

So I want to have some fun right now. Have you seen these?

Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Cinderella and Night of the Living Dead.
The story should use unplanned pregnancies as a plot device!

Generated by the Terrible Crossover Fanfiction Idea Generator


Oh, this could be so wrong - I mean, ole Cindy giving birth to a zombie baby.

Yeah...Bippity boppity boo and whadya got?

The baby from Peter Jackson's Brain Dead is what ya got.



Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Romeo & Juliet and Alf.
The story should use suicide as a plot device!

Generated by the Terrible Crossover Fanfiction Idea Generator


Alf killing himself at the end when he finds his Juliet dead at her own hands.

The tragedy of that whole story is Alf quoting Shakespeare.


Your challenge is to write crossover fanfiction combining Dexter and Finding Nemo.
The story should use shopping for a Wii as a plot device!

Generated by the Terrible Crossover Fanfiction Idea Generator


Oh where do I go with this one? So little Nemo gets lost while shopping for a Wii Down Under, Dexter comes across little Nemo and Dorrie, who can't seem to remember a damn thing.

Dexter decides she must be evil because he has flashbacks of an evil woman who sounded just like Ellen and we all are treated to sushi ala Dorrie.

Okay, I could do these for fucking ever but I'll stop now. :P

Yes, I'm slowly losing my mind right now...oh look, I can't see my walk way anymore...

Please divert my attention. I beg of you...
 
 
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simplyshanni on January 8th, 2009 03:43 am (UTC)
Oh, Maria, have I ever been thinking about you with all this massive rain we're getting!!! Yikes! As usual, it sounds like you're getting it worse than we are in our section of Washington.

I'm sorry about your street, hon, and your neighbor's roof! We've had one helluva lot of rain, but we didn't get the big winds you had in North Bend. Hope your restaurant is high and dry and out of any flood zones! I'll be thinking good thoughts for you, and hoping you stay as dry as possible! *keeping fingers crossed*

We live on a lake, but luckily we're on a steep hill so our property terraces down five levels to the water. Some of our neighbor's aren't so lucky! As of 4:30 this afternoon, three homes that are on the same level as the lake itself were in danger of flooding. From our angle up on the hill, it looked like the water level was about ten feet from their back door! My heart just goes out to them because this isn't the first time that this has happened to them. They had the same problem four years ago!

Thanks for the giggle with the 'Terrible Crossover Fanfiction Generator'! Too, too funny and, as usual, your wacky imagination astounds me!

Love ya, sweetie. If you need someone to commiserate with over our 'glorious' weather, give me a call!

*huggles*

Shanni

Maria: Orlando sighingslave_o_spike on January 8th, 2009 03:53 am (UTC)
I was going to call you today but as usual guess what happened?

I got an order for 12 of the new value cheeseburgers. LOL!

Anywho, we actually live pretty high up but its all the run off from the mountains coming down and creating rivers in my neighbor's yard (and my side yard *wibble*).

Our actual house and back yard and most of our property is set pretty high so we're okay, it's just getting to our house and then the lower part of the property (the driveway which has eroded to a very, very narrow path).

The restaurant is okay. If the Snoqualmie River rises above 5 feet though, the main road in Fall City will be closed. Carnation has been cut off from us and so has Snoqualmie. Most of North Bend is shut down. We have to go through Wilderness Rim to get to our house and they're working on the 90 where it seems to be eroding away.

It's really scary. *wibbles*
simplyshanni on January 8th, 2009 04:03 am (UTC)
Typical! Like I've said before, if you're ever in need of business, just give me a call, or even just think about it, apparently! *sporfle*

I'm so glad you're safe and high enough that you don't need to worry too much about the flooding, but you're right, it's damned scarey! *cuddles Maria* Mother Nature can be a terrifying bitch, can't she?

*snugglehugs*
zortrana: The End is nearzortrana on January 8th, 2009 06:52 am (UTC)
Could you please send some of your water to put out our fire?

*coughs up a charcoal briquette*

And it's your turn to take the wind again tomorrow because even 200 firefighters can't stop a blaze that changes directions randomly in 87 mile an hour gusts.

*sneezes up an ashtray*

I mean, WTF?? Is this global warming??

Stay safe!!!
simplyshanni on January 8th, 2009 07:13 am (UTC)
Oh, hon! I'm so sorry you're going through that! If it was in my power to send some rain your way, I'd do it in half a heartbeat!

My family (husband and son) are fire fighters so I know all about the danger of your situation. It can turn deadly in the blink of an eye!We actually lost a very good friend (a Fire Chief from our state) who perished in the California wild fires this summer, so my heart goes out to everyone involved! I'll be keeping you all in my prayers! I hope you stay safe as well!

*hugs*

Shanni
Maria: BJ slave_o_spike on January 8th, 2009 07:54 am (UTC)
I used to live in So Cal and I remember those fires (and the Santa Anas). I wish you the best too.

*hugs you tightly*

Yeah as for the global warming...the powers on high finally admitted that for the past decade, we've been experiencing a cooling trend and it has nothing to do with man made pollution but just the energy of the sun (which is putting less energy).

So there you go. *shrugs*