Greetings and Salutations!
You've heard a good deal of me from my illustrious author, I'm sure. I'm that very fair Elanor of Narnia. Sealsy's darling muse. As she is...indisposed (let's pretend I don't kill her by telling her to do all her schoolwork and work on all her speeches like she should), I've taken over her blog (and her mind, by extension), and therefore am writing a guest post.
This goes out to one specific reader, actually. Miss Veronica. She recently commented this on my introduction post.
"I like Ian. Ello is much more annoying than he is. Though no doubt that's from being stuck living in Ettinsmoor. :P".
This offends me greatly. Ian is a very handsome, friendly, decidedly lovely chap, to be sure, but to say that I am much more annoying than he is? Really, my dear young lady, you have much to learn.
For one thing, Ian is very cocky. I, however, am the soul of humility. This may sound contradictory, but I am also very truthful, and thus must admit that I am very humble.
Secondly, I do not attract every girl within a six mile radius. This is rather self explanatory because Ian is very handsome and charming, whereas I am a girl, and it would be decidedly awkward if...you know. Ian is also very good at flirting, is kind, caring, and loving, and thus all the girls seem to enjoy his company. It's rather disturbing to me. But he means no harm by it, I'm sure.
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Sealsy here. I'm not dead. And that was NOT Ello. Take a guess as to who it was. A certain redheaded king whose name starts with I.
"And ends in -diot?"
Possibly so, Ello. You have my permission to smack Ian as hard as you want now.
"I just knocked him out already. Hit him over the back of the head with a stool."
Okay. Sounds like he deserved it.
"Mhm. Miss Veronica, I was highly amused by your comment. I agree, I am far more annoying than Ian. Ignore whatever he said in that ridiculous letter of his."