That final line has me in stitches.
You’re not the first to surmise the snakes must fill her head with snake poop, but now that i think about it.. if you’re using the snake-tailed variety of medusa then it’s more like a hydra that happens to have a human face and some arms sticking out of it.. so we should be asking where the food gose when the HUMAN eats it, and assume the snake heads each lead to the snake cloaca.
Now I know how the antagonists do it. The something-2000-inator is a lot easier to make than previously reckoned.
The real question here, of course, is whether your stomach and it’s burrito inhabitant reached their blessed state of emancipation. Or at least the stomach, seeing as separation was ineveitable. There is poignant symbolism in there, if only I could be bothered to look for it.
Man, I really wish my first thought was that eloquent. “Damn, I’m thirsty” Just seems to lack impact in hindsight.
Cold: Harryhausen’s Medusa is the ONLY Medusa in my book. It’s not nearly as unabashedly insane the one that Richard Harrison fought: http://tinyurl.com/lsj5jht
but it’s infinitely better.
Budapestile: Stomach’s still in its cage of ribs, and the burrito was only hypothetical. Come to think of it, I haven’t had a burrito in quite some time.
Houseplant: That’s the benefit of having the entirety of the Microsoft Encarta Multimedia Encyclopedia in your mind at birth.
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