I guess it really is a sickness, but sometimes something gets into my head and I have to let it out. Much to the detriment of those around me.

I will apologize in advance to Ronnie Milsap, Fred (just because), Brigid, Sareth, Zippo, Ray, and pretty much everybody else in the forum...except Teddy.

(Especially after reading this. :huh: Shame on you you dirty ol' bear...)

There's a cold wind blowin' past me.
He's standing at the door.
A feeling of foreboding
Nearly knocks me to the floor.
With a goth chick over his shoulder,
And a beer can in his hand.
With a glint in his eye
He looks my way, and I begin to understand!

There's a strange bear in my thread.
Showing me things I don't wanna see!
Were-bear in my thread.
Please, somebody come here and chase him away from me!

He stands leering at the school girls.
We know what's on his mind.
And we look around for Brigid
So that she can kick his behind.
But we just can't seem to find her,
What she's looking at we don't know.
So, should we try finding Sareth,
Or just call upon ol' Zippo?

There's a strange bear in my thread.
Showing me things I don't wanna see!
Were-bear in my thread.
Please, somebody come here and chase him away from me!

The topic's out the window,
But we've been there before.
I just wish somebody would stop him,
Or else, Ray may lock the door!

There's a strange bear in my thread.
Showing me things I don't wanna see!
Were-bear in my thread.
Somebody come here and chase him away!
Strange bear in my thread.
Showing me things I don't wanna see!
Were-bear in my thread.
Somebody come here and chase him away!
Strange bear in my thread.
Please, somebody come here and chase him away from me!


Hopefully I now have that out of my system and I can move along and never try this again.

Enjoy or not...
Well, thanks guys. I'm glad you liked it. I wasn't too sure about it myself.

That said, I had another version of the last (shorter) verse, but I thought it may be interpreted as a little inappropriate.

That, and I liked the one I went with better.

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You see, he doesn't try to hide it,
'Cause he's not right in the head.
Now he's taken hold of Asako,
And they're bouncin' on the bed!

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Thanks again!
Well, I'm ambivalent, to say the least. On the one hand the filk is hilarious; on the other, I really didn't need to see the post that inspired the filk. Especially as it led to this, sic:

Strange Bear

Forum threads get a Strange Bear,
Kinks in his head, kinks in his hair,
Cracked notions spouted to the nth degree,
Strange Bear hangin' 'round the MDT.

Roleplaying scene from a comic strip,
Cute button eyes and a leering lip,
Thoughts of a schoolgirl's fantasies
In a dresser drawer,'neath her pink panties.

There writes a bear with a gleeful grin,
And Zahooee reading with chagrin,
Calls for a squad of the forum fair
To kick the stuffing from a teddy-bear.

Apologies to Lewis Allen, Billie Holiday and an entire generation
Well, that song and its follow up brought this to mind. Not sure it rates a thread of its own so . .

Teddy and Brigid - after the A.A. Milne poem "Pooh and Me"
Wherever Ted goes, there's always Brigid
There's always Brigid and he,
Whatever he goes she wants to be,
"What are you doing today?" says she
"Well, that's very odd 'cos so was me!
"Let me watch." says Brigid, says she
"Just let me watch you!" says she.

"You're creepin' me out!" said Ted to Brigid
"But why?" said she to he.
"'Cos you're here in my loo while I'm tryin' to . .
You know . . squeeze out a number two.
That's never a trivial thing to do
When you eat as much meat as me!" said he
"And it's kind of personal, too!"

"Let's do the dance!" Ted said to Brigid
"Yes! Let's" said Brigid to Ted
So he took off all his clothes and danced
While Brigid gazed on, all but entranced,
Until he jumped on to the bed.
Then into a mighty rage she flew!
Poor Brigid - what could she do?

"You not gonna dance?" Ted asked of her
"That's right," said Brigid to he
"You're missing out," said Ted to her
"on all my lovely curly fur!"
"Silly old Brigid! You'll feel so free!"
"I wasn't afraid," said Brigid, said she
"it's just not something I do."

So wherever Ted goes, there's always Brigid
There's always Brigid and he.
"What would you do?" Ted said to her
"If you didn't have me to punish." "That's true,
The forums are scary enough but you
Are especially bad!" says Brigid, says she.
"But you aren't the worst," says she.

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