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Time to read: The Nature of Villainy by Anne Stickney
Actually Mr. Snerguls pointed out she misspelled "villainy,' spelling it villany in her title, but that's okay. She has 5,000 Twitter followers, and she's awesome. Mr. Snerguls can go poke his eye out with a sharp red pencil.
Okay, Matty, what's all this then? What grouping of random silliness have you conjured up this time?
You all know I'm a big fan of Garrosh: nothing like a little psychopathology mixed with lore to keep things interesting. He certainly is clear on who he is, and I admire that in an Orc. I read a question/comment from an esteemed colleague noticing the dearth of true villains: most conflicts within cartoon characters "these days" come from inner/intrinsic conflict -- a personal dilemma of right and wrong. Think Davey and Goliath versus Bugs and Elmer. Better yet: Moral Orel. (Man, I miss that show...) There is an abundance of characters with inner conflicts: man versus self, as it were. But Garrosh, now there's a villain! And a helluva writer, too.
Now Tome allowed in her post today that her loving title of "Mimi" was in grave danger of being forever altered to "Dreambreaker." Dahhha-ammmm, Tome! That is one sharp little cookie ya got there! This led me to think what vicious titles of viscous vixenish villainy could I come up with?
Well to my co-workers:
The Meeting Slammer
CD Rogue: The Interrupter, the Sulker, the Mood-Swing Shifter
Baby cubs: The Driver
Also, let's not forget: The Weeper, the Nagger, the Sultan of Slacker, the Queen of Unmade Banana Bread, the Recycler, the Caffeinator, the Crumbler (yes, I leave crumbs. Ants gotta eat too!)
What grim title of infamy would you take on if you could?
In the meantime: I'm a hero in Azeroth: