A Conversation for Dracula's Ancestors - Vampires Without the Dinner Jackets

Vampire Watermelons!

Post 21

Malabarista - now with added pony

Er, why?


Vampire Watermelons!

Post 22

U3193321

Why does he have a zip in the top of his head?
I have no idea....smiley - smiley

Are you engaged in a serious relationship at the moment?


Vampire Watermelons!

Post 23

Malabarista - now with added pony

Ummm... Sorry, getting vertigo from jumping from topic to topic here smiley - boing


Vampire Watermelons!

Post 24

U3193321

smiley - boing smiley can be very dangerous, you have to be careful with that one. Sorry, I haven't stuck to one topic. Are we supposed to be talking about watermelons here?


Vampire Watermelons!

Post 25

Malabarista - now with added pony

Are we? I dunno. It was just a friendly comment on my smiley - vampire entry to begin with, I dunno how the tarot got involved smiley - winkeye


Vampire Watermelons!

Post 26

U3193321

It is related to the watermelon tourmaline this month. smiley - smiley


Vampire Watermelons!

Post 27

Dmitri Gheorgheni - Freshly Vaccinated

Which card is related to the watermelon tourmaline?

I'd bet on The Moon.smiley - winkeye


Vampire Watermelons!

Post 28

rotundity

The guy with the zip on his forehead is a picture for my entry on the Slitheen, a Doctor Who monster that disguises itself by hiding in skinsuits of fat people. An entry no-one seems to have read despite the fact it's right at the top of the page! smiley - wah


Vampire Watermelons!

Post 29

Malabarista - now with added pony

That's because smiley - yikes I've never seen Dr Who smiley - winkeye


Vampire Watermelons!

Post 30

Kittybriton

Well actually, Zeg, I read it. Quite informative, particularly the backstory. I wasn't aware that there might be such a thing as a 'better' Raxacoricofallapatorian (or whatever the name of the place was).


Vampire Watermelons!

Post 31

rotundity

Amazingly, you got the name exactly right! smiley - smooch


Vampire Watermelons! in the discworld...

Post 32

AgProv4

Vampires are covered by Terry Pratchett... his Discworld has vampires based on the bewildering variety to be found in her own world, including, apparently, one that may be slain with lemons and lemon juice. Pratchett develops this to incorporate a dyslexic vampire hunter who believes the vampire can be slain by pushing a melon into its mouth - and kills his vamp by accident... well, try getting a watermelon out of backward-pointing fangs.


Key: Complain about this post

Write an Entry

"The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is a wholly remarkable book. It has been compiled and recompiled many times and under many different editorships. It contains contributions from countless numbers of travellers and researchers."

Write an entry
Read more