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Boy Blue
24 August 2025 @ 01:46 pm

Hello, you've reached Boy Blue: I can't come to the phone right now. Please leave you name, number and a message, and I'll call you back.

[ooc: All threads private, no party threads; action threads with prior knowledge]
Boy Blue
23 August 2010 @ 07:44 pm

I think it's time.

I wish I could say that I would never forget...but I don't like to lie.

It's been really nice. Knowing everyone. And getting to know you. Thank you.

I have some things that need to be given away....um...the bikes, actually I didn't get your name but you know who you are, don't worry, just...take of the Ducati. Alexis? You can have my vespa. Rosella, please have the apartment, it's all yours, just make sure that Ellington is okay? Elle, there's a box, of stuff, it's for you. The instruments, they...go with the bar.

I have a little while, I think.

[ooc: SOB. Blue Light ownership passes to Peter (and Caspian, since he was co-owner). The Trumpet is staying in the Blue Light forever, mounted up above the bar.]
Boy Blue
11 July 2010 @ 06:21 pm
Okay, today is a busy day, I know, but with so many people here...

I need a teleporter, or someone who can use magic, please. And now!

Oh, my name is Boy Blue and I promise it's for a really good cause.


Just help me.

[ooc: anything goes but note if you're spamming cracky things he will probably ignore you]
Boy Blue
26 June 2010 @ 10:13 pm
Does anyone know...

Okay, let me start from the beginning:

The other day there was a giant...well, I think it was a turkey, and it was covered in this weird gooey slime, and there were slugs...it was creepy and really gross and I think it was attacking the City. Anyway. Me and a couple of people ended up fighting the thing off but it's sort of unsettling. Does anyone know what it was? I've lived here a long time and I've never seen anything like that before.

Maybe it was just a monster like the ones in the Underground but they've never just openly attacked the City that way.
Boy Blue
20 June 2010 @ 08:55 pm
You know, it's funny. Until I got here, no one back home ever talked about Father's Day. I mean, even Pinocchio, who has a father, never really did anything for it. The cubs did but that's because they're six...well, I guess they're seven, now. Gosh, they must be so big.

I don't have a father. I never really thought about Father's Day when I got to the Mundy - it wasn't a holiday in the Homelands, at least not in mine - because it never mattered to me. To be fair, I rarely thought about Mother's Day, but that never bothered my mother. At least I don't think it did.

But I did have a commander who I regarded as a father, for a while, anyway.

But this place likes to make people think of their parents. I don't know what it would have been like to have a father - but I know a lot of people think the world of theirs, and a lot of people...don't think of them at all.

Happy Father's Day. If you celebrate.
Boy Blue
06 June 2010 @ 07:53 pm
This curse is silly but I'm a man of my word (and, apparently, I'm also a man of Claire's word) so...

I guess whoever bid on me and won, could they step forward?

I can't promise anything exciting but you'll at least get a night at the Blue Light with me. I'll probably be working. Sorry, Alexis.

I'm pretty sure that once, someone ran one of these. I even think it might have been Blair Waldorf: I don't know, a lot of these events seem to run together. It might have been in Fabletown, but then maybe that's because I always think of Prince Charming when stuff like this happens. He was always sort of the go-to guy if there was a romantic event happening. But then I guess after six hundred years of being ever little girl's fantasy, he sort of got in the habit.


If you can prove to me that someone auctioned you against your will, I'll cover a drink at the Blue Light for you.
Boy Blue
09 May 2010 @ 10:34 pm
[There's a very careful silence, just the sound of footsteps, and then silence again]

Mother, this isn't funny.

[There's a scraping sound, and scrabbling, and quiet again]

I know you've watched over me all this time but...can't you please...[A long pause]


[There's the sound of a train pulling into the station, then pulling out again]

Why would you want me to jump?
Boy Blue
03 May 2010 @ 10:11 pm

Nobody panic!

I know it's weird trust me, is it weird but if you need help please let me know! I mean.



I just don't want anyone to get hurt.

[ooc: sob nursery rhymes.]
Boy Blue
19 April 2010 @ 11:12 pm
Every time these two day curse weekend happen, someone always ends up handcuffed, amnesiac or taking care of mysterious animals. You'd think that I would get used to it by now, but no. I never seem to. I should be used to my bar staff being low at each curse; but no, I'm not used to that either.

I just don't think I'm very good with change. I always seem to be stubbornly resistant to it. And I know it's not because I'm a Fable, because Cindy and Rose are pretty good with things changing, and Jack is really good at taking advantage of that kind of thing. I mean has anyone seen the Jack movies? Well I actually don't know if anyone would have, mostly because they're terrible, but anyway.

I should just suck it up and get used to this.

In the meantime, is anyone up for another swing night at the Blue Light? I think it might be a nice change of pace from the curses we've had recently. Probably no contest this time unless people really want one. It was a lot of fun the last time we did one! Alexis, I know you wanted to learn. It's a great way to meet new people in the City!
Boy Blue
11 April 2010 @ 08:22 pm
I didn't do much during the 1980s. Mostly I stayed in Fabletown. I didn't like the music or the clothes. Although Rapunzel, she was a fan of the hair, probably because she could get away with not cutting her hair until about noon most days. And I mean, what was there for me to do? I had gone to high school almost twenty years before then and I wasn't exactly aching to go back.

Although apparently I missed a really good New York club scene. And people really like the music, too. It all sounded kind of...fake to me. All that electronic stuff. It just didn't seem like real music, but then I'm sort of old-fashioned that way.

Once I wasn't old-fashioned. In the twenties, all the way through the forties, I was always looking for new music. I was really entranced by jazz and blues and swing. It was all so modern and fresh! It made me passionate. I was sad when it started dying out.

And now it's just hard to keep up with music. Everything moves too quickly. I guess that's the problem with the internet. But I know that the Farm animals would go kind of crazy without it, so I can't complain too much.