Sunday, 22 September 2013



So the little fish is happy.

And Rochester is waaaay better than Darcy

-MaggieG, Evil Goblin Overlady.

Wednesday, 18 September 2013

First of all, one cannot insult what one has not read with an open mind. Darling, you have no right to insult the Victorian demi-god in a top hat of the classical literary world. Mr. Darcy is simply better than Mr. Rochester and one day you will accept this literary law. Until then everyone should vote for Phileas because it sounds better for a fish. 

That fish better be happy it's getting so much attention. The naming process is more argumentative than need be for a virtual animal that swims in circles and feeds on mouse clicks.

On another completely unrelated note, I finished the Picture of Dorian Grey and it has quickly become my new favorite novel. Exploring the corruption and psyche of the human mind as well as guilt and conscience, madness, and what drives a man to murder as well as said corruption. My favorite character would have to be dear Lord Henry. The man most reminds me of myself when he meticulously plans out how to mess with people's heads just because it seems fun to play mind games with an unsuspecting individual. He is also startlingly perceptive for someone ignorant of the real underlying situation. I love the part where he says he wished he knew someone who had committed a murder, and Dorian is off to one side nearly hyperventilating at this point. Silly Dorian, of course you are still ugly, just on the inside.

-High Functioning Sociopath

Friday, 13 September 2013

In Responce

So HFS compared Phileas to Mr. Darcy, if that isn't a reason to not vote for Phileas I don't know what is.


-MaggieG, Evil Goblin Overlady

Thursday, 12 September 2013

Hello again my loyal and most respectful subjects and or servants. Have you ever heard of the novel Around the World in Eighty Days by Jules Verne? It has become one of my favorite classical novels, with its gripping adventure and high stakes. Would you not want to go around the world in a variety of vehicles with the classic Gentlemanly hero, a foreign princess, a french valet, a case of money, a deadline, and the promise of £20,000 to win or loose? Phileas Fogg is the Mr. Darcy of a world adventure. Set in the Victorian England time, this book follows the fantastical travels of a man debatably less mad than Captain Nemo, yet just as calculating, mysterious, and fascinating. 

Gaze upon the visage of the humble hot-air balloon, majestic and free in it's natural habitat in the sky. It carries heroes to freedom, and adventurers to adventure. Though it is not the most extraordinary means of transportation in the novel, it is the most iconic.

Now, do me a favor. Take a break, relax, think about how amazing Phileas Fogg is, and roll the mouse over to that poll in the top right hand corner. Go ahead and click on the circle nearest Phileas. Now go ahead and feel good about yourself because you have done a wonderful thing just now. You have saved a fish from being named something that rhymes with dorsal fin! Because you have saved his life, the fish is eternally grateful.

All inter-blog wars aside, it is one of my favorite novels, and we need more votes. As a tip of the day, it is not widely accepted in most cultures to chase one's family members with a severed moose leg, or any other various organs, limbs, ect.

-High Functioning Sociopath

Tuesday, 10 September 2013


Okay you see that little poll over -------> there?
What you need to do is click on the name that says Dorian okay? Please?

You see it's like this:

If you love your Goblin leader and main blogger you'll vote for Dorian.

If you're a bigger fan of the newb HFS (and seriously why would you be? I'm the more lovable one.) Then you'll vote for her name Phileas.

So really? Which one is the better vote?

-MaggieG, Evil Goblin Overlady.


So recent;y I have watched the BBC version of the play Hamlet with David Tennant and Patrick Stewart. I WAS AMAZING YOU NEED TO WATCH IT.

Nothing much else going on right now. But I figured you people could use a break after dealing with HFS for a while there.

-Maggie G, Evil Goblin Overlady.

Wednesday, 4 September 2013

Peace Offering Becase I Can

This is for you darling, after all who doesn't love murder?
 If nothing happens, then just wait. The picture is animated.

I spent way longer on this than I meant to but that’s okay because John’s walk turned out awesome.

- High Functioning Sociopath

Pride and Prejudice and Blogging

It is that time of year again. Time for the literary beginnings of classical Victorian literature; time for Jane Eyre, Great Expectations, and Pride and Prejudice. It is also time for you to read these masterpieces if you have not already. 

My personal favorite is Pride and Prejudice, though Miss Eyre remains a close second. I never have liked romance novels, but the witty exchanges between Elizabeth and Darcy, along with the ridiculous characters of Mrs. Bennet, Mr. Collins, and Lady Catherine made me laugh, especially at the best parts. My favorite part of the novel would either be Mr. Collins' proposal, or Darcy's. Both of the rather proud men waltz in on Lizzy and blurt out a rather pompous speech about how inferior Elizabeth is before proposing. Both men, completely sure they cannot be anything but accepted, are at once refused, much to their great consternation and bewilderment. I could just imagine the look of shock written on their faces.
The best movie version of the book would be the three part BBC version. I really cannot get over how greasy and utterly revolting Mr. Collins looks. Look at that face. Would you want to marry that face? I’m surprised Elizabeth did not become ill.

One thing in life that absolutely irritates me would be classic novel monster mash-ups. Little Women and Werewolves was like Victorian Twilight without the vampires. Speaking of vampyres, another book was Mr. Darcy Vampyre. This story follows Elizabeth after marriage as she discovers she married a not-so-sparkly, bloodsucking, French, gentlemanly, Dracula. Eliza’s character becomes greatly warped, and I found I could not enjoy the book. The only one so far to agree with myself was Pride Prejudice and Zombies. This is a gory blood-spattered trilogy of a brave heroine who must overcome her personal issues while defending England from hordes of flesh eating Unmentionables, or zombies. The books made me laugh through the almost over dramatic actions of the still very Austen characters. The central book still follows the original plot rather closely, and the tale becomes almost unbearable to put down.


Any novel by Austen is full of witty characters. To leave you with a quote to remember, “Vanity and pride are different things, though the words are often used synonymously. A person may be proud without being vain. Pride relates more to our opinion of ourselves, vanity to what we would have others think of us.” Or so says the ever bookish Mary.

If you will now excuse me, I must wake my brother by poking him with a moose leg. I rather enjoy waking him up when I get up before him. Yes, the leg is disconnected from the rest of the body. I think it may be considered rather odd, but I bring in the various organs for extra credit in science. I think the moose head will be put outside with the goat heads.

-High Functioning Sociopath