and Mischievous Maeve wrote17 hours, 52 minutes ago
Your performers crack me up! Thanks for the laugh. I needed it today. :-)
and Glorianna wrote1 day, 19 hours ago
The next act was a duet by Siphon & Carbuncle. An odd pairing of aardvark and tortoise, whose rendition of ‘Mrs Noggin’ Stun’ was utterly forgettable. Luckily, Ruby Slacks McCaw, a stand-up comedienne was next and she was a huge hit. ‘My Dr said the way to inner peace is to finish everything I start. So I finished off a bottle of Merlot a bottle of Prosecco a bodle of Bailey's a butle of wum a pockage of Prungles the res of the chescke an a box chocletz. Yu haf no idr how bludy fablus I feel now’. This had Panda ‘Texas’ Hold’em, the 2nd judge, literally rolling in the aisle and clutching her sides with laughter, and then declare ‘Ruby’ her favourite act so far. The BeeBees were next with ‘Hive Talking’. 3 adorable babies from the apiary, singing and dancing sweetly to a room full of ahs, aws and oohs. They were followed by Lennie ‘The Rock’ Lobster, then Johnny ‘Flash’, the golden dragon singing ‘Ring of Fire’.
and Glorianna wrote3 days, 19 hours ago
The judges took their seats and the first act stepped onto the stage; Stratos Fear, a knife throwing act. Stratos Coyote, donned in a cape and blindfold and armed with an alarming number of knives, took aim at a trapped and genuinely terrified roadrunner. As the audience watched in silent horror, DoDo Walliams pressed his buzzer before the first knife was thrown, followed by the other judges. ‘No rules does not mean no laws! I feel I must draw the line at murder’ he said before Stratos was booed off. Next up was an inebriated gnome called ‘Chair’ who intended to shing the ‘shoop shoop’ shong. Thankfully he pashed out before he slurred any further. Well it was a disappointing start to the day, however things looked set to improve as the 3rd act sauntered onto the stage. It was Elfis, the Artist Formally Known as Prince Charming, performing ‘Purple Reign’. Now the audience came alive and sang along, loving every echo effect and hip swish. Needless to say Elfis received 4 yeses and a huge round of applause.
and Glorianna wrote5 days, 20 hours ago
Glorianna, Mog and Nivea were seated near the back of the hall, having learnt from bitter experience that sitting anywhere else was just asking for trouble. As usual the hall was jam packed, and no wonder, as this show was easily one of the most popular events of the year. Glo spotted DooDoo loitering near the stage and waved. He was here in his official capacity for the Ministry of Unfortunate Magical Mayhem. The lights dimmed and an expectant hush filled the air. A voice spoke over the tannoy ‘Gentle Fae-folk, please welcome your hosts Tony the Anteater and Deck the Giant!’ As the pair stepped onto the stage, the hall came alive with whistles, whoops and applause, then Tony shouted over the noise ‘Welcome to this year’s Fairyland’s Got Talent!’.
and Glorianna wrote1 week, 1 day ago
Already miserable and melodramatic, Glo’s tummy grumbled when she heard her friends’ laughter as they shared their stories around the fire pit. She must have missed the feast because they were already enjoying the marshmallows, chestnuts and sweet scented hot chocolate. Wait... sweet scented? It truly did smell deliciously sweet and chocolaty! She whooped and jumped for joy. The spell must’ve vanished along with the witch! Excitedly, she made to join her friends by the fire, intent on savouring every lovely, yummy and wholesome aroma, but was surprised by a strange little pixie standing directly in her path. He smiled at her awkwardly, then he cleared his throat and said ‘Kill the witch and free the pixie, to end the spell was very tricksy. Many a year I’ve been a toad, ‘til my sweet fairy broke the mould’, then bowing graciously, he uttered a heartfelt ‘thank you’ and left. Glo watched him disappear into the night until her tummy grumbled again and she remembered that she had a very hungry tummy to fill and her very own spooky tale to tell.
and Glorianna wrote1 week, 3 days ago
Glo stared helplessly at the scarecrow’s red and expanding head as the green smoke cleared. She watched in horror as it started to spin, and kept on spinning faster & faster until sparks flew from it like a Catherine Wheel. It eventually shook loose from the body and shot into the night sky with a loud whizz before exploding, like a magnificent firework, into a million colourful sparks. Glo stood motionless and stared at the night sky hopelessly. She was quite sure that her spell had not freed the witch, but had destroyed her entirely, and as the stark reality of her failure washed over her, her eyes welled up and she started to cry again, sorrowfully and dramatically, between sniffles.
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