Just one word for you: Fraud!
Yes, Jennifer Marie Fraud is the best campaign manager I've ever had! Her ability to keep my campaign focused on the issues, her excellent "get out the vote" events, and her all-around political savvy were indispensable to my victory. My campaign for the Mayor's Office was virtually scandal free!
Also she rigged the voting process for me.
The next poster is going to be involved in a important debate.
The Fiend Fantastic wrote:
I'm afraid that next to the stuff that Congress throws at me, your little fireballs don't amount to much!
Well, I'd say that, but there's been too much gridlock for Congress to throw much of anything at me lately...
I'm Hiding In Your Closet wrote:
NOOO!!! GET OUTTA HERE WITH THAT WATCH!!! LAY OFF THE POOR BEAVERS WILL YA!!! SHEEESH!!! YOU'RE A CREEP!!! WE WERE HAVING A GOOD TIME UNTIL YOU SHOWED UP CLOSET!!! UUUGH!!! GO HAVE COFFEE WITH CREAM OR SOMETHING!!! BECAUSE I'LL TELL YOU SOMETHING!!! THIS IS A HAPPY PLACE!!!
Festivity Dragons love to party. They're tiny creatures, only as big as pseudodragons, but their exuberance and sheer loudness makes them hard to keep up with. Festivity Dragons will use any excuse to throw a party: birthdays, holidays, the fact that it's sunny today.
Key to these parties is the dragon's breath weapon, which shoots off a variety of multicolored sparks that deal fire damage if you get too close. Though they can be used in battle, Festivity Dragons mainly use them to create pretty displays of light and sound in the sky. If several Festivity Dragons get together, the displays that their combined breath weapons make are said to be truly awe-inspiring.
A Festivity Dragon's hoard tends to consist of party poppers, silly hats, and other such party favors. They will sometimes become the familiar of Chaotic Good or Chaotic Neutral spell casters who enjoy a good time.
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Charon's Little Helper wrote:
At least members of Congress aren't beating each other with canes anymore. So that's better.