Monday, September 20, 2010

Just Another Random Monday

Last night, I was laying in bed with a song stuck in my head. Remember how I posted about the Cthulhu ninja zombie last week? Well, there's this thing in Lovecraft's Cthulhu mythos about "Cthulhu ftagn," which means Cthulhu sleeps or Cthulhu dreams, which is a good thing because otherwise he'd be simultaneously devouring us and making us insane.

Not a good way to spend a Monday morning. However, it does sound like some corporate jobs I've heard of.

Anyway, I discovered that the words "Cthulhu ftagn" go really well to the tune of "Hakuna Matata" from The Lion King.
Cthulhu ftagn!
What a wonderful phrase!
Cthulhu ftagn!
It means he's sleeping!
Won't be driving us craaaaazy!
Cthulhu ftagn!

You're welcome.

At a family picnic this weekend, I told my Cousins of Frawesomeness (Hello, Cousins of Frawesomeness! I still think it's uber kewl that you read my blog!) that I was glad they weren't stalkers. I've found that this is an ideal way to endear yourself to family--backhandedly accuse them of creepiness. You should try it.

In my case, they just laughed, because they know better than to take me seriously. They are smart. And frawesome.

Has everybody entered the WriteOnCon Epic Giveaway of Epic Epicness? Because you should. As a part of my swag, I'm crocheting a zombie football player. I just finished his arm nubs yesterday.

Arm nubs. Almost as awesome a phrase as Cthulhu ftagn, but not quite.

Yeah, I'll shut up now.


Mariah Irvin said...

All I know is that I have "Just Another Man Named Monday" in my head from your post title.

Also, zombie football player with arm nubs? WANT!

Unknown said...

I love my new title "Cousin of Frawesomeness", but "stalker" works, too :)

Mason Ian Bundschuh said...

I get the feeling the weekend was still with you as you wrote this post... :)

It lived up to it's post title though.

Oh and, Cthulhu ftagn should replace OMG... maybe CtFt...

Marsha Sigman said...

I have to admit I was a little worried until I read arm nubs...then the world made sense

I cannot pronounce whatever the heck that phrase is you're singing about.