In case any parents wanted to meet Yakko, he was actually in his office for once. Of course, his office was completely empty and completely white today with a few exceptions.
In the very middle of the room was a perfectly normal desk with two perfectly normal chairs in front of it for parents and a perfectly normal chair behind it for a perfectly abnormal teacher. Next to the desk was a crate with "DO NOT OPEN UNTIL RADIO" stamped on it and somebody yelling inside of it. On the desk was a red ball, which Yakko might throw at the office next door for fun.
There were truck sounds being played over speakers that could not be seen for some reason.
Why on earth would you ever go inside?
Yakko skipped through the park, wearing a scarf and earmuffs (but, strangely, still no shirt or shoes). And also, he was singing.
"It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas
Everywhere you go
Classes have come to an end
Everyone hanging out with their friends
And maybe being surprised by mistletoe!
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas
It's that time again, you see
To learn the great lesson of the day
We must find out with no delay
And so we consult the Wheel of Morality!"
Yakko stopped singing that song as the Wheel of Morality slid through the park over to him. As he spun it, he started singing an even more familiar tune.
"Wheel of Morality, turn turn turn
Tell us the lesson that we should learn"
The spinning wheel slowed down and landed on TRIP TO TAHITI.
"I WON! I WON! I WON! I WON!" Yakko said, darting behind a tree and running back towards the wheel wearing a Hawaiian shirt and straw hat, and carrying two suitcases. "I gotta call the sibs and let them know to meet me!"
Before he ran towards the causeway, Yakko turned to the audience, blew a big kiss, and said, "Good night everybody!"
[OOC: And that's the end of Yakko in Fandom. He's been an absolute blast for as long as my poor mind has been able to keep up with him. Thanks to everyone who has been forced to deal with my insanity.]
Yakko was studying. Shut up, he was. He was reading through every entry in Wikipedia in chronological order, just in case he ever had to recite the entire thing as part of yet another song.
He was currently on Don't Stop Believing
. He was completely unaware that the song apparently had an unusual song structure. But that was probably because Yakko had absolutely no understanding of what the word "unusual" meant.[OOC: Open door, open room, why not?]
This is just a quick head's up that I won't be around at all today because I have a Fantasy Football draft tonight and that will probably take forever. On the plus side, yay football season!
Yakko was writing a letter to his sibs this evening.( Yes, it's the same joke I've used before.Collapse )
It was going to be an L, but Yakko fell asleep halfway through it. And now he was snoring on the letter. His snoring sounded exactly like somebody sawing a log, strangely enough. It sounded so much like this, in fact, that Yakko put on safety goggles in his sleep.
It was possible
that Yakko was having a weird dream
during all of this, but really, who would ever know what a weird dream was when it came to a Warner?[OOC: Post and door are open to anyone looking to investigate the horrible sound.]
Now that he had been in Fandom for a couple weeks, it was time for Yakko to write a letter back home. It took him a while to figure out what exactly he wanted to write, but when it came to him, he wrote the best letter he had ever written. He knew his sibs would appreciate it.( Cut for a big letter.Collapse )
With that done, Yakko moved on to an inventory of everything that was under his bed before the move back to the dorms.[OOC: The letter may someday be a linkdrop if I can ever figure out how to manage it. Post is open, especially to cabinmates.]
There was a universe. And in the universe there was a galaxy called the Milky Way. And in the galaxy there was a solar system. And in that solar system there was a planet known to its inhabitants as Earth. On Earth there was an ocean called the Atlantic. And in that ocean there was a ship transporting cargo across from one continent to another. And in that ship there was a crate covered in many colorful stickers from all around the world, gained over a full decade of being shipped from place to place but never managing to be quite lost (no matter how hard people tried to lose it). The most prominent sticker on the crate was one directing all those who read it "DANGER! DO NOT OPEN!"
As the crate traveled the world over the last ten years, many have wondered what exactly was stored inside the crate but none were brave enough to risk disobeying the sticker.
Right now, at this moment, whatever was inside the crate was snoring. And, presumably, waiting to make its escape. Fear for the fate of whomever might open it! For they might just get kissed on the lips by a manic cartoon character. And then, surely, hilarity will ensue.
"HELLOOOOOOOOOOOOO NURSE! You've reached the voicemail of Yakko Warner. Or have you? How do you know I'm not just pretending to be the voicemail? Maybe I knew you were going to call. And maybe I'm behind you... right... NOW!"
"Made you look!"