||[Aug. 29th, 2005|03:17 pm]
Terry Jones Is Really A Block Of Cheese? Yes!
|||||diva's lament (whatever happened to my part) - spamalot||]|
jonsey went back in time to 1893 on his way back from the renaiscance gatering information for his his renaiscancaliscious book about the renaiscance and he met with oscar wilde. oscar wilde had gotten in a row with his boyfriend bosie and bosie had run up a staircase and locked himself in his room. oscar pulled out a guitar and was about to sing his song "lady come down", when all of a sudden jonsey appeared and began to talk about how big his book was going to be because of his huge, or should i say, rather large orange cat. oscar was rather annoyed with jonsey because, well, he didn't give a crap, and then jonas emerged from behind jonsey. oscar scolded jonsey for bringing jonas along because the last time jonsey brought someone along one of his time-traveling trips he brought paul mccartney, who had stolen some of oscar's would-be songs. and then i emerged from behind oscar and i told him that jonas was with me and that she's cool. i asked oscar what was all the hub-ub and he explained his situation with bosie. i then exclaimed, "oh! we'll help sing with you oscar!" so we all sang repeatedley the chorus to oscar wilde's "lady come down" anly changing the word lady to bosie so that we sang "bosie come down". and then graham chapman entered and started melodically clinking his urn, only he was clinking "always look on the bright side of life". i said, "no graham, we're doing 'lady come down'." graham then clinked sorry and started clinking the right tune. after we had re-started our rousing chorus of "bosie come down" jonas started interjecting, "down down down to the ground, where you can have some cheese." it was then that bosie had emerged from his room and said, "did somebody say cheese?" he then took out his cheese-grate and started grating jonsey's arm. our plan had worked, bosie came down, jonsey lost some weight, and graham got to meet the real oscar wilde. all was right with the world right then and there.