In which Jane Austen converses with the King under the Mountain

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Thorin Oakenshield: Miss Austen?

Jane Austen: Yes, your majesty?

Thorin: You could just call me Thorin, you know, and I’ll call you Jane.

Jane: You shall call me Miss Austen, your majesty.

Thorin: *mutters* deep cleansing breath…be cool, Oakenshield, be cool…

Jane: I beg your pardon?

Thorin: Nothing, madam. Only that I thought, since we shall be sharing such close quarters…

Jane: Yes?

Thorin: Well….

Jane: Yes?

Thorin: Would you perhaps like to see my large Elven sword?

Jane: Would you perhaps like to have my quill pen inserted into your ear with extreme prejudice?

Thorin: *snicker* Do you mean with extreme PRIDE and prejudice? *snort*

Jane: *sighs loudly*

Thorin: *mutters* damn damn damn damn…

Jane: I beg your pardon?

Thorin: Nothing, madam.

Jane: Mmm.

3 thoughts on “In which Jane Austen converses with the King under the Mountain

  1. Hey, you should hear the conversations my Action Jane Austen has with my Action Sigmund Freud. Needless to say, Jane wins every time.

    And a very Merry Christmas to you and Dorothy!

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  2. Sandra

    Guess this means I’d better get started on that VSD of Thorin Oakenshield. Let no one suspect I don’t recognize a gauntlet when I see one, though I know that such was not your primary purpose in sharing this conversation. :-)

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