Thursday, May 20, 2004

Troy in fifteen minutes

by Suw on May 20, 2004

If you can't be arsed to sit though the epic that is Troy, (hey, if it gives me the chance to oggle cute guys in skirts, consider me there!), you can always read Troy in Fifteen Minutes instead. Very funny, even if men in skirts isn't your bag.
Some Island
ODYSSEUS: Hey, man, what up?
ACHILLES: Nothin' much [dodge, parry, stab]. Just teaching Patroclus [dodge, parry, dodge] to fight [stab].
ODYSSEUS: Lookin' good there, kid. What is he, your–
ACHILLES: Cousin. He's my cousin. Cousin. Totally my cousin. In conclusion: Cousin.
ODYSSEUS: Whatever. Look, you wanna fight for Agamemnon or not?
ODYSSEUS: …fight for Greece?
ODYSSEUS: …fight for me?
ACHILLES: I don't dig you that much, man.
ODYSSEUS: …fight for everlasting fame and glory?
ACHILLES: Now we're talkin'.
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