26 April 2011

Well... it could've been way worse...

...at least she used ink... and not the blood of a hundred cats...

Margaret Atwood scrawls a list of nouns and adjectives on a dinner napkin, in two columns: On the right (interestingly enough) are negative leadership characteristics (“dictator,” “mean,” “always right, like God” — gee, whoever could she be talking about?) and on the left are their more desirable opposites.

And … well, for some reason, she thought Canadians would be interested in her napkin. And for some reason, the Toronto Star agreed!


5 comments:

Anonymous said...

That would only leave her with, what, one hundred cats? Two hundred?

[Weird coincidence: captcha=catic]

Anonymous said...

So, who's Margaret Atwood?

Neo Conservative said...

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"anon asks... So, who's Margaret Atwood?"

exactly.

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Anonymous said...

"who's margaret atwood"

dear god. This is hilarious.

Pissedoff said...

Reminds you of Cretin and his napkin.