Imagine your life in Middle-Earth

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Post#51 » Wed Feb 18, 2004 5:55 am

Please he is a star and we all know what stars are like (well some NOT all)!

Yes, we already knew that Orlando Bloom is gay...
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Post#52 » Wed Feb 18, 2004 6:29 am

I'd like to be Gandalf's daughter.
Now that is a fine wish! I think Gandalf would be the perfect father; wise, kind and a little short temperd but with a big big heart. And dealing with hobbits for so long would prepare him for the hundred thousand questions kids have. *lol*

I don't think Legolas would be to happy beeing mistaken for Orlando and have a tail of teenage girls following him around all day, but (pretending that he excist) he went to Valinor a loooooooooooong time ago, and is probably happily married and have a nice bunch of kids. ;)

I have to admit there was quite a lot of drooling the first time I saw FOTR and Legolas (oh baby), and some drooling has occured later on too, but I am a lot more facinated by Elronds twin sons. (mmmmmmm) Of course they are in Valinor too and probably married with loads of kids, but a little daydreaming never hurt anyone :angel: Thank Eru PJ left them out of the movies, he'd make them all wrong.
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Post#53 » Wed Feb 18, 2004 6:47 am

I would probably be a hobbit that wanted to be an elf!
And I would dream of living in Mirkwood or Rivendell, but I would be too lazy to do anything about it! Yeah, sounds like me!! :elfroleeyes:
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Post#54 » Wed Feb 18, 2004 7:25 am

I don't think Legolas would be to happy beeing mistaken for Orlando and have a tail of teenage girls following him around all day, but (pretending that he excist) he went to Valinor a loooooooooooong time ago, and is probably happily married and have a nice bunch of kids.

Well doesn't Legolamb have the same problem? I think a reason he left the Woodland realm and become a member of the fellowship was escaping the hordes of elvish women searching his underwear. The fact that elves are immortal has a nasty consequence : stalkers are immortal too.

I have to admit there was quite a lot of drooling the first time I saw FOTR and Legolas (oh baby), and some drooling has occured later on too, but I am a lot more facinated by Elronds twin sons.

Even you?

Well i am not so surprised. :funnylaugh:

I'm starting to realize why Legolamb was single : so much women (of all races, including dragons and uruk-hai) wanted to marry him, so that the poor lad couldn't make up his mind. Or maybe he realized that mothers-in-law are immortal too.

To return to the topic : i want to be Sauron's optician. I've always wanted to know whether Sauron was myopic or presbyopic. I'd advise him to use the Hubble telescope instead of an eye : maybe then he'd noticed two hobbitses entering his territory.
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Post#55 » Wed Feb 18, 2004 8:04 am

Hehe, the Lego-mob can have Legolamb to themselves, he's just a little eye candy. Legolas is not like that and I'm not very fond of Orlando... The twins however.. *grrrrrowl* Imagination is great isn't it? ;)

Should note that if I was living in ME at that time I would want to be welcome in Elronds house as I have great respect for him and his family, and I would probably not drool on the twins. That is non-ME thing to do. The idea of the twins is not the same as the real ones.
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Post#56 » Wed Feb 18, 2004 8:12 am

Awww Man! Uruk-Hai Women!? They have to be NASTY UGLY!

----Or maybe all Sauron needs is some Visine and a Nomical.

As for myself, I would definitely be an elf. I would write many of the songs and poems that people around middle earth would sing and recite. I would be a friendly and welcomed diplomat amungst many lands, and would, therefore, travel a lot. However, not by myself and not really for any "real" purpose, just to get to know the lands---prehaps, then i would be sought after as a source of wisdom to accompany people on their journies and quests. Maybe, I guess then, I would be a middle earth Cartagropher. And maybe, I could get some bored and adventurous Hobbits to come with me.

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Post#57 » Wed Feb 18, 2004 8:32 am

Awww Man! Uruk-Hai Women!? They have to be NASTY UGLY!

Well what do you think Aragorn meant when he said "let's hunt some Orc" in FOTR movie ?

:funnylaugh:

Anyway, in the movies i didn't notice a female Uruk-Hai, but i did notice a couple of female Orcs. They look exactly like male Orcs. Same with Dwarves.

Heh, guess which races will never win the Middle-Earth beauty contest...
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Post#58 » Wed Feb 18, 2004 9:04 am

:funnylaugh: That would be quite a sight! HAHA! :superwow:

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