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Yuletide Calendar 17 & 18

December 20th, 2011 (05:57 pm)

Still way behind... But the nature of blue is revealed!

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Days 17 & 18

Click on the 'doors' to open!

17 18

Fandom: The Lord of the Rings, Fourth Age (after the War of the Ring)
Pairing: Legolas/Eowyn
Rating: G
Summary: Why are the trees in Eryn Hollen dying? Legolas and Eowyn investigate.
Disclaimer: The Lord of the Rings and its characters were created by JRR Tolkien and brought to the screen by Peter Jackson. No offence is intended and no profit is being made by borrowing them for use in this story.
Author's Notes: As usual, if you haven't read any of my earlier Legolas/Eowyn stories, this will be crack!fic :-)

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Posted by: Nebride - Bishie Hunter (nebride)
Posted at: December 23rd, 2011 01:58 am (UTC)

Chapter 17 - I fully believe she could tan his hide. LOL

Posted by: ningloreth (ningloreth)
Posted at: December 23rd, 2011 12:02 pm (UTC)
legolas_stamp

Have you ever seen Diana Dors (the actress I have in mind)? She was supposedly the British Marilyn Monroe when she was young, but as she got older she started playing matriarchs and lady crime bosses.

Posted by: Nebride - Bishie Hunter (nebride)
Posted at: December 23rd, 2011 02:02 am (UTC)

Laundry blue *smacks self on forehead* I should have thought of something like that - though truthfully, I've never heard of laundry blue. I suppose it's the same idea as bleach - though I've given up bleach and use hydrogen peroxide because it's a little gentler on the eco system. But this stuff is obviously wrecking havoc. huh

Posted by: ningloreth (ningloreth)
Posted at: December 23rd, 2011 12:09 pm (UTC)
eowyn_stag

They don't seem to make it any more -- I don't know what's in modern powders/liquids. Before synthetic blue they used ground lapis lazuli, so only the very rich could afford it.

When I was young we used regularly to drive past a disused blue factory. It was in the middle of a forest, built from green slate, and it was totally bright, bright blue! It used to fascinate me. (Apparently, it's now a hotel). I don't know how much damage the blue itself did, but it was made from some pretty noxious stuff.

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