Wednesday, September 25, 2013

Tuesday, September 24, 2013

I Promise I Won't Spend This Whole Week Teasing Raoul

(but it IS Celebrate Musicals week over at my other blog, and I'm focusing on Phantom, so everything's themed right now.)  


(I have no idea who made this... but it wasn't me.)

Wednesday, September 18, 2013

The Phobias Workshop

{{Yes, this post originally appeared on Yet Another Period Drama Blog because I'm an idiot and have too many blogs on my dashboard.}} Okay, so this video is completely unrelated to the normal content we have on Sink Me!, but when my dad came across it earlier this week I thought it was too funny to pass up.


Friday, September 13, 2013

Les Mis With Thomas Captions: Part One

The post in which my sister and I compared Les Mis characters to engines on the Island of Sodor proved to be such a hit that it set our wheels turning again... so today we beg to put before you the first in what will hopefully be a series of Les Mis slash Thomas the Tank Engine nonsensicality.  Emphasis on nonsensicality.  This is ridiculous stuff-- if it makes you laugh, well and good, but if it doesn't... well, I don't blame you.





Monday, September 2, 2013

They're Two, They're Four, They're Six-Oh-One...


It all started with this picture I found on Pinterest.  My sister and I, who enjoy giggling over funny Pinterest pictures, then took it to the next level-- what if all the Les Mis characters (or at least as many as possible) were trains from Thomas the Tank Engine?  I present to you, therefore, the Engines on the Island of Paris.


First of all, Enjolras can't be Thomas.  Enjolras has to be James.  With his new red coat [of paint].



Thomas himself will be played by Marius.  With his blue coat.


This opens up the field for Cosette and Eponine as Annie and Clarabel, who follow Thomas-Marius wherever he goes.


Grantaire will be Henry, because he talks too much and has a green coat (the coincidences are freaky, people.  FREAKY.)


Valjean will be Edward, the elderly engine who is nice to everyone and is a bit old-fashioned.


Javert will be Gordon.  OBVIOUSLY.  I mean, Edward even rescues Gordon at one point.  Guys, this thing was MEANT TO BE.

Gavroche has to be Toby.  I don't know why.  He just does.


And, of course, Monsieur and Madame Thenardier are the Troublesome Trucks.  Do I even need to explain this one?


Oh, and Sir Topham Hatt has to be in there somewhere, so he can be Victor Hugo.
The End.