2005-06-11 10:59 pm (UTC)
Ahahahahahaha, the rock. I am in such a giggly weird mood.
*sniggers madly* It's been a while since I read those book, but you sum it up rather perfectly.
(although I must admit that I loved grim!discouraging!Qui-gon. Alas...)
Qui-gon's Homer-esque beard makes my day. This perfectly sums up the Jedi Apprentice stuff (you should totally also do it with brat!Padawan Anakin).
Oh, the rock! How many JA stories on The Force.Net did I read that referenced that river stone? And how oddly pointy it will soon become!
Man, I miss Lwynyna Kenobi...which is a reference you'll only get if you were around then...
Together, they have the most emotional retardation ever! But much love :D
Dude! That makes me want to read the JA books all over again.
.....what? Come again?
Qui-Gon, so oblivious to the teenage angst.
Hahaha, I read this book at my friends house. Cuuuute ^^
*Snicker* I used to be unfortunatly addicted to those books. This is lovely.
Oh, I love these. Yay for crummyparentalfigure!Qui-Gon, and poor little Obi-Wan... and his cute little braid... and his four little spiky hairs... aww... (And hee! to the rock.)
I hope you keep going with this; it's gorgeous!
The rock makes me laugh. I'm definitely with you guys on that opinion.
*blinkblink* I'm getting a really weird idea from this...
Obi-Wan is standing around, waiting for his Master to come by.
Qui-Gon walks up, wearing a full hippie ensemble. He slaps Obi-Wan's sholder, hard enough that the padawan staggers, and pushes two fingers in Obi-Wan's face.
Qui-Gon grooves* away from Obi-Wan, leaving the poor, confused padawan to wonder what happened to his Master.
*allow me to be one of the few people to use 'grooves' as a verb.
That sounds about right. Which in turn reminds me of the icon by duncatra