Is an herb, is not my name, and tastes really good in soup, on chicken, and most any real food.Oregano?
Once upon a time, there was a squire, who really wanted to be knighted. So one day, he traveled to the king's castle to prove his worth. When he got in to see the king, the king inquired as to how he might show his worth. The squire replied that in order to do anything he must have some armor. The king ordered some armor at once. When the squire received the armor, instead of putting it on, he laid out all the pieces in front of the king. The squire then took a mandolin from one of the king's minstrels. He then asked for a stool. When the stool was brought to him, he set it down in from of the armor. Then, taking the mandolin, he plugged it into an amp. He sat down on the stool, and played some of the most spectacular music you would have ever heard from a mandolin, while beating on the armor with his feet!Hmm... Maybe I'll try it.
When I say my name, I say it like the state with a bad accent, or as I prefer to say: like Aragorn, except with an "O".Is your name pronounced like the state with a bad accent, or like "ore Gorn?"
If someone asked me what the Gorn were, I would not be able to tell them; but since you said that, I think that information may be in my hippocampus somewhere.And did you know that the Gorn are a lizard-like race from the Star Trek universe?
That's a scary image. A thousand? Where'd you find them? How'd you make them angry?The sleep of a thousand angry wombats?
I have not lately, no. I am a runner, not a biker. I can run 15 miles in under two hours, but when it comes to biking, I don't know what I can do.Do any bicycle riding?
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