....... as opposed to being the boy without the pants because that's another logan entirely



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Meimi has apparently decided to make herself my awesome layout fairy. Behold my twenty-first birthday present: A layout of pants!Logan, from Gilmore Girls (and, you know, that girl who's always hanging around him, what's her name . . .).


Oh -Ivan-
7/16/2005 04:26:00 PM

"'It wasn't my fault,' Ivan recited promptly, 'it's not my job, you can't make me, and if you want any of my time you'll have to wrestle m'mother for it. If you dare.'" - Lois McMaster Bujold, A Civil Campaign

Oh, -God-, do I ever love Ivan.

And this kind of sums up why:
"Damn that smile. Was it Ivan's fault, that he had been born undamaged while his cousin had been born crippled? No, blast it. It was bloody bungled politics that had wrecked him, and you'd think it would be a lesson to him, but no. Demonstrably, even sniper fire couldn't stop the hyperactive little git. In between inspiring you to strangle him with your bare hands, he could make you proud enough to cry. At least, Ivan had taken care no one could see hsi face, when he'd watched from the Council floor as Miles had taken his Auditor's oath with that terrifying intensity, before all the assembled panoply of Barrayar last Winterfair. So small, so wrecked, so obnoxious. So incandescent."

Amen, Ivan. Amen.

. . . That's really all I have to say. I'm trying to present a positive front, although this is virtually unread these days, so it's probably safe to vent all that negative energy.

But if I've been taught anything, it's that it's -never- safe to vent negative energy.

Off to find food,
Almighty Ingrid, Signing Off

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