Post by pent-up emotion on May 18, 2015 18:10:20 GMT -5
oh hoh hoh, but this is not yet over!
plenty of great nominees and winners this year, sure, but who reaaally wanted that darkie? sophie's award begs that crucial question. the members 667 thought were most desperate for a darkie are:
i can now safely say that our winner has won a darkie this year! (much to their delight, i expect). sorry, tryina, teleram and spoonerism. so who do we have left?
first of all, me. sure, it was sophie who wanted this award so badly, but why did i get out of my way to help her and organized this whole thing? was i expecting some sort of recognition in return? was i simply trying to mix things up? who knows? (me)
and then we have sophie. who fought so hard for this. she was outraged that her suggestion didn't make it to the polls, but why?? why does she need this that bad?? why did she suggest we vote for unusual people this year's darkies?
and then we have bandit and charlie. both who say they'd fight for their spot as most desperate for a darkie. charlie seems pretty believable, since most of the time he's oddly and endearingly juvenile. what about bandit? does he really want this or was all that just his weird humor no one really finds funny??
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