1. Any four-legged, pack hunting, carnivorous animal of the genus Canis. Yes, I consider a wolf to be a dog, because the common house Dog, Canis Familiaris or Canis Domesticus is a bred-down version of Canis Lupus, the modern wolf. Makes a good pet, as they are intelligent, curious, and as I have earlier stated, a pack animal, and therefore easily suited to life with a family of many people, or fewer.
2. What you call a close buddy.
1. Peta can suck my nuts, dogs, and every other pet, usually (90% of the time,) have a better life in captivity than in the wild, as a matter of fact, if it weren't for human captivity, we wouldn't have Canis Familiaris as we know it today! LICK MY ASSHOLE, PETA!
2. Hey dog, you got any homwork tonight?
There's approximately 745.3 Dark Lords in literature and pop-culture. I'll give you a run down of three (with a special guest at the end,) in order of creation.
AKA: The Lord of the Rings, The Enemy, The Great Eye, The Dark Lord.
Traits: Bizarre ring fetish, kickass Mace of Pwnage, kickass minions of pwnosity.
AKA: Anakin Skywalker, Lord Vader, The Dark Lord, James Earl Jones.
Traits: Lightsaber. Hell, everyone loves lightsabers... THE FORCE! Quotability to the max.
AKA: You Know Who, The Dark Lord, He Who Must Not Be Named, Tom Riddle, Ralph Fiennes.
Traits: Bitchin' snake familiar, Near immortality due to splitting his soul, uh... cool eyes?
George W. Bush
AKA: Dubbyuh, Bushy, Bushy junior.
Traits: Horrible public speaking skills, inheriting the uncanny ability from his father to bring war to America, funny, sticky-outty ears.
I am the founder of the Dark Lord's union, PH34R MY 1337 H4xx0RZ $K!LLZ
1. In folklore, any human that can, while being touched by the light of the full moon, can turn into an animal, or animal/human hybrid. They can be evil, like werewolves, or good, like werebears.
The original werewolf legend was that you sold your soul to Satan
, and he gave you a wolf-fur belt or cape, that when worn, would turn you into a wolf. NOT a hybrid. In folklore, running into a rye field would save you from a werewolf, because rye is a holy grain eaten by monks. Killed by silver. Supposed identifying marks include unibrows, index-finger as long as the middle finger, pointed nails, and stale breath.
2. A much better monster than vampires
, which are stupid overrated goth pussies. See pussy
. A werewolf is stronger, faster, more resilient than a vampire, and a hell of a lot cooler.
The dude's a lycanthrope, seriously. Lookit how he always disappears every full moon.
The Dark Lord, y'know, the one who doesen't have a kickass mace and a ring fetish...
"You know, I see the oppurtunity for a union here..." - Lord Voldemort (AKA "You Know Who", or "The Dark Lord") to Sauron (AKA "The Dark Lord") and Darth Vader (AKA "The Dark Lord")
Another word for reptiles or amphibians, so you don't have to say that large phrase. Listen, which is easier?
"Man, let's go to florida, there's a ton of reptiles and amphibians down there."
"Man, let's go to florida, there's a ton of herps down there."
MUCH easier. Although some illiterates and dyslexics think that "herps" is another word for "herpes", it isn't. Singularly, herp. Derived from the greek word that means "things that crawl."
"Yeah, he keeps herps."
"Herps make kickass pets."
A movie made soley for the wapanese
, and responsible for the criminal overhyping of the katana.
But still a damn good movie. Uma Thurman kills people. Lots of people.
"I watched Kill Bill, and I ALMOST started to like katanas. Almost."
Here, this is from a Canadian. This is what poutine is.
Take a potatoe. Cut it into thing rods. Deep-fry it. Pour hot turkey gravy, (Yes, turkey, Quebec, the province next to mine, is unsuitable for bovine farming, although there are some pockets here and there,) on the deep-fried potatoe-sticks (fries). Add some white cheddar cheese curds, let the curds melt, or pop a few in your mouth. Eat with a fork.
There you go.
You Americans don't know what you're missing.
"My caf serves poutine."