~ Happy MUNday! ~
((This is me practicing my Violet Wedding look from the 1st book! Ordered a veil and I have an old wedding dress I’m gonna try to use :D))
(( uH OH SOMEONE’S FABULOUS ))
Daniel Handler, at a Secret Meeting about Lemony Snicket’s "Who Could That Be At This Hour?", presenting "Old Business Reports from Various Agents" with accompanying photographs (seen above):
“ Agent Widdershins has informed us that he’s figured out what to do in the event we should get in trouble, involving a mixture of wrapping a mattress around you and hoping for the best.
 This is a cardboard star, but believe it or not, there are six Asians hidden in the photograph… Six Asians including the one holding the camera.
 In other news, a man hopped up a barrel for no reason I can imagine.”
The Baudelaires are at the point where the safest place for them is the trunk of their enemy’s car. Their situation is absolutely horrifying.
Two things here.
First, if you’re not already aware this is a fun fact for you: the names Olaf’s associates use when they’re in disguise in Books 2-4, and in Book 8 are anagrams for Count Olaf.
Second, the fact that Count Olaf uses a literary device like an anagram in his schemes so often is a hint towards his past as a volunteer. He was trained to think like a volunteer, and he’s intelligent enough to be using anagrams so well that even Klaus didn’t notice them without the Quagmires’ help.
There is a difference between the Baudelaires doing something villainous to save their lives and Olaf doing the same, but the question is whether the difference is big enough to matter?
"Mmm. How can I refuse such an offer."
She smirked and flipped her hair some what.
"Although I don’t know why I need to audition."
"You don’t really have to, I just want to make sure you have all the required….
(( SCREAMS ARE THE PALEFACE LADIES GIVING VIOLET THE SEX TALK
I MISSED THEM SO MUCH AND THIS IS WHY ))