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As... delicious as this sudden change is, I don't suppose someone could tell me how I am supposed to play the piano when it currently looks like this.

[Austria moves the dreamberry so that people watching can get a good view of what was a normal piano. However, it happens to be made of peppermint bark, candy canes, milk and white chocolate, and things of that sort. The inside is the most infuriating to Austria, since, as the video now shows, instead of the strings and hammers that should be there? It's licorice and gumdrops. Needless to say, Austria is not amused.]

Though I don't deny that sweets--particularly those around only during this time of year--are nice to have every so often, [every so often for Austria being after dinner, after lunch, with coffee, etc. etc.] I would like it if my piano were still playable. I don't suppose anyone else has this same issue, do they?

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Apr. 12th, 2010 08:44 am
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[Austria is entirely displeased with this new change in weather and scenery here in Somarium. He has long since abandoned his usual blue coat somewhere due to the heat, but seeing as how he still thinks he is a classy gentleman, he has yet to change into a shirt with shorter sleeves or roll up the sleeves on the shirt he was already wearing. He is totally not used to this weather, obviously, and the plants all around aren't helping much. From what one can see in the video, several vines have already broken through a near-by window and had begun to sprawl across the floor.]

This is completely unacceptable! This weather is horrendous and--though I am certainly no expert in the subject--cannot be normal for this time of the year! Is there anyone present here that happens to know how to get these--[the crashing of glass can be heard off in the distance, causing Austria to wince a bit. It was probably just another window, nothing big.]--plants back outside where they belong? I do know how to tend to a proper garden, but I believe this is quite different than pruning flowers or anything of that nature.

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