Monday, May 5, 2008

Erin Palette, Princess of Profanity

Hot on the heels of my soon-to-be-groundbreaking series "How To Curse Properly,"I am proud to inform everyone that I have won a contest where I had to find the originating source for no less than 45 examples of fictional profanity.

I correctly identified 41 of them.

I henceforth dub myself "Princess Profanity of the Blogosphere". You may all bow before me.

While you're at the site, be sure to visit the webcomic that originated the contest. Called "Save Hiatus" and drawn by fellow QMx artisan Adam Levermore-Rich, it details the hijinks that ensue when a much-beloved TV show is murdered by a pig-ignorant network.

What? Art imitates life? I have no idea what you're talking about.

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