Stop...Dresy Time! May 22, 2011 22:28:52 GMT -8
Post by Milo Witte on May 22, 2011 22:28:52 GMT -8
((Yes, this is going to seem weird and out there, but it was hard to resist after some convos I had on YIM with Subaru and Gem! I can give more history into it if you want, though I don't have the whole thing backed up. Maybe Gem does if she does the automatic archive on YIM, lol. I was on Meebo.))
Thursday, September 1, 2011
For anyone who knew Milo Witte, professor of arithmancy, his current behavior was nothing to be alarmed by. In fact, it was quite normal. Of course, for many students who now attended Hogwarts, the song he was so exuberantly singing and dancing to was an unknown one. In fact, the fact it was a muggle song would usually have stopped Milo from singing it, but this late morning, the fact it was a muggle song was the last thing on his mind. He was much too cheery at the moment to care. He was even much too cheery to care he probably looked rather like he was doing a penguin walk with his elbows bent and hands up, fingers snapping beats two and four on occasion and his head sometimes bobbing instead of looking like he was dancing.
"Na nanana naaa-ah! Na nanana naaa-ah! Can't touch this! Na nanana naaa-ah! Na nanana naaa-ah! Look, can't touch this." After a few "Oh-ohs" and pauses in movement to do add a little hip motion to his dance, he decided he was probably about where he needed to stop and say, "Stop! Hammer time!" However, just before he stopped completely with his "Oh-ohs," he spotted a good friend nearby and walked his way over to him, stopping just short of him with a turn. "Stop! Dresy time!" His left foot was pointed to the ground over his right, his head was bowed slightly, and his hands were in the air. He stayed paused this way before his friend for a moment before looking up at Dresden with a grin a few seconds before he got the sinking feeling perhaps his ad lib wasn't quite appropriate.
"Uh, that sounded much better in my head," Milo stated, stumbling over his words slightly. "Much, much better. In fact, so much better it didn't sound like it had any implications to it at all... Implications you might not even get since you probably don't know the song, and yeah....uh...um, right-o. So, how was your day, Dres, old buddy, old pal?"