Saturday, December 22, 2012

Fangirl Confessions

Okay -- okay. I may have to call in Navi on this one. She's pro at making everyone feel amazing, special, talented, and worthy of fanfare. On the other side, there's Tome, who can whip up a dry, yet sweet tale to make everyone smile and comment. I'm not sure I'm worthy, so I'll just ram into it all Draenei-horns and stomping cloven-hoof: I am a bit of a fangirl of...

Arvash.

Shush, you.


He writes the Crimson Hammer, one of my favorite blogs. He's such a gentleman, so witty, and like Thunderspank and Matticus, make me want to get all "Jewish Mother" up in their grill and fix them up with nice girls (if they don't have one already).

And then this happened:



Now I am asking myself, if he was such a gentleman, why didn't he pack smelling salts, too? It took five gnomes and a drunk Dwarf to pick me up off the floor in the Golden Lantern! The Dwarf didn't care, in fact, he copped a feel on my bum on the way up, but the gnomes were nonplussed.

So, I immediately wrote him back, even though I realized he probably already deleted the character on the sagging but comfortable Whisperwind server:

I bought the gnomes a round of cheap beer, hugged them tight to my chestguard, (the Dwarf stood by, looking hopeful, but I just shook my head "No"), and brought the adorable cub out of its wrappings:

I named him Arvashtini. Why? It's cute. Got a problem with that? This is us taking a break, watching Big Keech walk down the path. Big Keech supplies the orbs that make the panther mounts, which will stay wrapped until I figure out that AH game. I heard it's tricky. Buy low, sell high, or something like that. In any case, all my holiday cynicism, of which, admittedly, there has been an abundance of lately, melted away like snowflakes in Tanaris.

Arvash:

You are truly a gentleman and a scholar.

Thank you good sir. With all my heat. Er. heart.

10 comments:

  1. Arvashtini is so cute and I'm sure very powerful indeed! Congratulations and yes, that Arvash certainly knows how to brighten the holidays the best possible way!

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    1. For sure! Love the kitty-cats and baby bears, but yes, more puppies, too!

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  2. Lmao, you are very welcome! I love the name, it's epic! =)

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    1. Had a great idea: rename a Christmas martini in Arvashtini's honor! http://www.food.com/recipe/christmastini-christmas-martini-442883
      Thanks again! (giggles like a groupie!)

      :)

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  3. Arvash is quite amazing. I'm rather proud to consider him a friend, no question.

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    1. Well, if he knows great folks like you, I'm in great company indeed!

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  4. LOL, cute name. He seems to have a never-ending supply of gifts like that :)

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    1. Thanks! Think I'll try the martini version soon!

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  5. Everyone knows what I think of Arvash. Even the man himself. I am not surprised someone as lovely as you got a gift :)

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    1. Thanks Navi! ((((big hug))))

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