||[May. 20th, 2008|03:46 pm]
The Question Club
During your afternoon tea with Reginald D. Erwin, Esq. you find yourself desperately longing for a pastry that he seems to be unable to convince his servant (a fine, upstanding gentleman by the name of Jennison, as best you know) to acquire through whatever means that servants go about collecting pastries for guests. I, personally, like to pretend of a type of black market for guest pastries, with less-than-moral men and women loitering about on street corners with translucent boxes containing delectable from all countries in the Queen's Empire.|
But Jennison seems to be reluctant to engage in these underhanded activities to gain the sweet and chocolate goodness that is the pastry you so desire. You have requested that Mr. Erwin reprimand Jennison with an activity that is of the same severity that you might place a criminal for having taken it upon himself to engage in a carnal action with a loved one. I am, of course, referring to "Locking Jennison in the cellar until he decides to be a good servant and acquire delicious pastries when prompted." However, Mr. Erwin seems less-than-eager to throw his prized manservant into the cellar just because you happen to be irritable due to your opium withdrawal.
As a result, do you:
1 - Politely excuse yourself, only to return with a small firearm and take our your frustrations on both Mr. Erwin and Jennison?
2 - Use your connections to The Black Magic Society to summon a large, red, fire-breathing dragon to demolish their home?
3 - Strangle both Mr. Erwin and Jennison and place them precariously at the top of the manor, only to drop them both and claim they have committed suicide as a result of their forbidden love?
4 - Politely excuse yourself, and find a lady of the night who is sure to have opium and engage in various acts with her that will only result in you having a surprisingly difficult time urinating without pain in the near future?
5 - Kill yourself with Mr. Erwin's letter opening knife in a rather overly-dramatic way?
6 - Simple forget the pastry, and resume your conversation with Mr. Erwin regarding politics and similar boring things?