Something Fun To do at a Filkcon By autographedcat On November 23, 2004 In Blog Shatneroke What it is: Shatneroke is a party game in which participants give a Dramatic (as opposed to merely dramatic) reading of the song lyrics of their choice. The winning player is selected by all players in a vote. amusements Previous If I laugh… Next Falling off the face of the earth 10 Comments Add Comment → keristor You. Of Course. Will Be. Running This Event. At Dixseption. Won’t You? *g* November 23, 2004 Reply rdmaughan I think my ears are bleeding. November 23, 2004 Reply shannachie That could sound really impressive with a few stops in between. I. I think. I think my ears. Are. Bleeding… November 23, 2004 Reply quadrivium Oh wow! That sounds extraordinarily fun — especially if everyone involved is three sheets to the wind. 🙂 I am just now retyping all those palm pilot addresses I asked for, and I just got to yours and ‘s. I miss you two very much. *hugs* November 23, 2004 Reply Rob Wynne We miss you too, sweetie! *hug* November 23, 2004 Reply peteralway I had a college roommate who did this a couple of times, must have been, oh, twenty, twenty-five years ago. I seem to recall him doing it with B-52’s and the Go-Go’s. Rather than Shatner, he went for the stentorian English professor sound, and it was transcendentally hilarious. These are the girls of the USA The principal girls of the USA…. November 23, 2004 Reply rdmaughan Is that b-52s the group or the cocktail? November 23, 2004 Reply figmo So is this going to appear on the GAFilk program? November 23, 2004 Reply Anonymous You dont know me I know this is late, But congradulations. I never knew you and larissa got married. 🙂 I am happy for both of you…. an old friend of larissa’s:) December 12, 2004 Reply Rob Wynne Re: You dont know me Thanks so much. Do you have a name? *grin* December 12, 2004 Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.