With the Passing of Time

Whinge

Posted on: May 11, 2009

whinge
\WINJ\ | verb

1 : to complain fretfully : whine

I can’t not say it. The minute this word came up it was the first thing that came into my head. LotR The Two Towers Extended Edition extras: Dom and Billy and Elijah making fun of Orlando for going on (and on and on) about his broken rib. It affected the whole western hemisphere, you know.

And because YouTube seems to have everything, here’s the clip (with bonus Viggo mythology for the first minute and a half).



I looked up the first image even though I knew I was going to hunt down the LotR clip, and it’s too funny not to share.


Click for larger; © Mike Baldwin; Source: http://www.cartoonstock.com/directory/w/whinge_gifts.asp

However, the second image is also a must post for someone like me. It’s a review of the Lord of the Rings musical. They didn’t like it very much. “As a spectacle, it’s great. As a musical? Thumbs down.” Why for whinge? Because they made a graphic that says “Lord of the Whinge.” *g*

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