Saturday, March 17, 2007

What do I look like, me lad? See the hat? The buckles on me shoes? Why, I'm a Leprechaun!

For St. Paddy's Day I suggest we hunt us some 'chaun.

Although that trap seems a little non-violent. I prefer to use this to catch the little green bastards-

Vietnamese Spike Pit


Swinebread said...

Happy P day!

Don Snabulus said...

I shaved my head but left a shamrock shaped patch of hair. It didn't turn out as well as I had hoped though, so I will not be posting it.

However, if you show up at the Mall 205 McMenamins on March 18 at 1pm, you will see it.

Dean Wormer said...


Already committed to watching the Ducks with mom. Damn. I want to see that clover.

ladybug said...

I have to admint, I find those "Leprechaun" horror movies pretty creepy. Horror in general is NOT my genre, if you get my drift....

But I mean come on, was Hollywood so out of ideas, they were sitting around day and said, "Gee, what could be the next money making rip off ....I know we'll take something good/fun and make it evil! Yea, that's the ticket!"

Next thing ya know they'll be makin a direct-to-video RPG starring unicorns as Drow mounts, and necrophiliac goth fairies!

Dean Wormer said...


The best thing is the Leprechaun films starred Warwick Davis. That's the diminuitive gentleman that starred in Willow. He was also Princess Leia's ewok buddy in Return of the Jedi.

As I understand it the Leprechaun legends weren't all fun and games. The little guys could be mean.

I just don't think they used chainsaws or butcher knives to take out the people that stole their gold.

ladybug said...

Of course you are correct, the Brothers Grimm are/were notorious for "cleaning up" some rather nasty European folk tales further saccharineized by Disney (Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, etc.,)

The various trolls, huldufolk, gnomes, brownies, pixies etc., were traditionally kind of like coyote, full of mischief (could be good, or could be bad).

But again, the horror aspect is just way too much for me, and I'd wish the actor could have made a living more like Linda Hunt-now she's had some great roles!

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