|The Mothership |
I.... wasn't quite expecting that.
Willie has already shown that he can warp reality to his whim instantaneously, so why does he need to envelope those two arguing kids in a blinding light for a good three seconds just to conjure some lollipops? God only knows what an immortal warlock with complete mastery over space and time could do to two innocent children in three seconds.
Somewhere in a van by a river, Spike Bravo awakens from a dream... no... from The Dream. The Other has come forth upon the three dimensions once again, and the Confrontation is nigh.
I think I once searched "silly fantasy magic song" in an attempt to find this clip. I thought I'd never see it again.
I kind of genuinely like this.
I looked into it a bit, and as you might suspect, he's a father of five, writing this song for his kids.
From his bio:
"Billy Quincy Effinger is a happily married 42-year-old father of five who owns and operates a karaoke business with his wife Coleen ("Beanie" to her friends). The duo is a mainstay on the Twig lounge circuit, performing weekly at Le Grand Supper Club and the Bourbon Street Cafe."
Adding a better dad tag for making this ridiculous and absurd and happy thing for his kids.
Favorited for next time I'm totally baked.
I am the warlock supreme, I'll put a horse in your yard and some shoes, for the clowwwwn
Warlocks are powerful
|Sudan no1 |
He used a scroll of clown portal to summon those shoes.
The clown shoe summon looks to be by far the most dangerous and recklessly unstable he has. He very nearly shatters reality itself during its creation!
The description's not a lie!
It only improves on repeated viewings.
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