Good morning Ladies and Gentlemen! Welcome to Max and Collin’s corvidishly cordial and avidly aviational parlour located in the splendidly scenic city of Lancaster, Mor Ire.
True, perhaps, some have called it a festering featherbed of fiendish flights of fancy filled with remorselessly ravenous rouges, but we consider that such people are merely embittered that they have not yet received an invitation.
You find us at this deliciously eleven o clockish hour, debating the age old riddle:
Why is a raven like a writing desk?
We can’t for the life of us imagine why the answer to this riddle has plagued humanity for so long! Why we’ve only been working on it for the last 48 hours and already we’ve come up with a most excellent list of possibilities:
1) They both begin with R
2) They both have two legs
3) They both employ feathers in some fashion
4) They both produce flat notes
5) Neither can be counted upon to take the weight of a gentleman’s elbow
6) Neither is a dependable cache for your illicit Tiffin
Feel free to add your own possible answers in the comments section.
Now, as we are all stark raving ravenous here in the parlour, it is just as well our lovely werewolf butler, Klapka, has furnished us with some Gothic Goodies as we continue our irreverent Poevember celebrations…
This beautiful cookie tutorial is by Mary and Brenda, the cake girls, click on the picture to go straight to their recipe!
Ah, delicious, and now for some audacious audios to usher in the afternoon, something fun and whimsical perhaps?
Well, that’s a tough contest! Who do you think is the winner?
We will see you back in the parlour on Thursday when we will be All Punked Up With No Place To Go but our dear witch Mrs B will be in her soup kitchen tomorrow with one of our favourite Author / Artists Lynn Cecil! So, until we see you again, please, be always,
November 15, 2016 | Categories: Elevenses | Tags: alice in wonderland, cookies, fantasy, fiction, goth, gothic, horror, music, punk, rap, ravens, reading, recipes, sci fi, science fiction, steampunk, stephen king, writing | 2 Comments