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11 December 2006 @ 11:46 pm
 
I come bearing a few more icons...




And if anyone has ideas/requests for more text icons, I'll gladly do them! :)
 
 
 
Leigh: pirate queenmrssydneycarton on December 12th, 2006 03:55 pm (UTC)
Yet again...awesome! I'm yoinking them :D Thanks!
nancy (with the laughing face): PQ; A Day Beyond Belclarechanginandhow on December 14th, 2006 12:30 am (UTC)
Awesome, thanks! :)
frantic/touching/skinny/blue-eyed/sweet/crazy Aly: pirate queen. first curtain call evah. lgroundsofbklyn on December 12th, 2006 04:56 pm (UTC)
*claps delightedly* These are both gorgeous and entertaining! <3 Thank yous.

Hmm. I'd *LOVE* an animated text one with the handkercheif joke on it:

"In England, Grace O'Malley, we do not throw away our good linen."
"In Ireland, my queen, we do not hold onto the bad."

Also, just for fun...
"Up till now she's been steering... now it's time to steer her!"
Or any other number of bits from "Boys'll Be Boys".
nancy (with the laughing face): PQ; Grania & Eoinchanginandhow on December 14th, 2006 12:31 am (UTC)
Aw, thank YOU!

Well, Amy up in the next post up did the hankercheif one before I could get to it, but here's the Boys Will Be Boys one:

elphie08457323elphie08457323 on April 6th, 2007 01:07 am (UTC)
"In England, Grace O'Malley, we do not throw away our good linen."
"In England, Grace O'Malley, we do not throw away our good linen."
"In Ireland, my queen, we do not hold onto the bad."


did you know that happened in real life? :
"Some also reported that O'Malley sneezed and was given a lace-edged handerkerchief from a noblewoman. She apparently blew her nose into the handrkerchief and then threw the piece of cloth into a nearby fireplace, much to the shock of the court. O'Malley amusedly informed Elizabeth and her court that, in Ireland, a used handkerchief was considered dirty and was destroyed."

i found that by looking up "grace o'malley" on google.com and clicked on the second one. it is in the part of the artical titled "meeting with elizabeth".