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An island flying through the sky

We have the keys to our new flat! Hurrah! *does a little dance* I feel so much better now, even though we have loads still to do. We did scary lease signing and cheque writing this afternoon, and then Sandy bought mugs and coffee and milk and we had coffee and measured the place and walked round it going coo. We now have a mug which says "beware of the toast with no ears" which is cool too.

And the name of the new flat is called - ta da!
Laputa


Hence the title, and the new icon (which is by Escher).

Happy now.

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stevenothing
3rd Jun, 2003 11:27 (UTC)
Cool. I used to love Laputa, but I've not seen it for years. I've a feeling it's available on DVD somehow (although probably some funny region my little dvd drive can't play), so you've prompted me to go look for it :)
figg
3rd Jun, 2003 13:06 (UTC)
You mean laputa : castle in the sky perchance.

i have this on dvd. its the japanese copy. its region 2. it rocks.

i also have the plush version of the squirrelfox
stevenothing
3rd Jun, 2003 14:00 (UTC)
That's the one. There's a few box sets with a bunch of stuff by the same studio that look quite nice.
thekumquat
4th Jun, 2003 02:05 (UTC)
Is this any relation of the flying island of mad scientists in Gulliver's Travels?
djm4
3rd Jun, 2003 11:28 (UTC)
Ooh - like it!
gnomatron
3rd Jun, 2003 11:38 (UTC)
great name. Just, er, be tactful around any spanish folk who happen to come round; "laputa" means "whore" in Spanish. Hence the Miyazaki film will have a different name when Disney get around to releasing it... (disney have the rights to most of the ghibli films now, which isn't as bad as it could be, as it at least means we get to see them eventually...)
mhw
3rd Jun, 2003 11:42 (UTC)
*grin* I was just about to point this out with relevance to French, too, though the idea of hanging out with les putains seems rather neat.
ergotia
3rd Jun, 2003 12:08 (UTC)
Rar :)
the_maenad
3rd Jun, 2003 14:07 (UTC)
Rar! Go you!

Now, if the name of the new flat is called Laputa, what is the title of the name of the new flat called...?

I'll get me coat, said Lewis Carroll.
selectnone
3rd Jun, 2003 15:11 (UTC)
*clapclapclapclap*
ducklofty
3rd Jun, 2003 15:20 (UTC)
Congratulations to you and Sandy. I'll be round to visit, poke in corners and cause funny smells that won't go away as soon as you invite me
pavlos
3rd Jun, 2003 19:15 (UTC)
I like it, though I prefer the "La puta" connotation.

Pavlos
adjectivemarcus
4th Jun, 2003 02:47 (UTC)
Huzzah!
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