October 31, 2003 6:08 PM   Subscribe

"Little old lady got mutilated late last night..." On this special day, when we all have a certain song running through our heads, I thought a few links on werewolves might be appropriate. So, here's a chance to brush up on German werewolf legends, peruse werewolf myths from around the globe, check out this werewolf filmography, and sift through other werewolf sites. Requiescat in pace, Warren.
posted by UKnowForKids (4 comments total) 1 user marked this as a favorite
Another early Google result for "werewolves":

Even a wrist thats strong & firm
And holds itself up high,
Can become limp when moon is out
And the owner becomes bi

Hrm. Well, then.
posted by UKnowForKids at 6:10 PM on October 31, 2003

I heard that they take Mike Tyson off of his Lithium a week or two before a fight, putting a raving, mentally ill person in a situation where he is generally unaware of the damage he is inflicting, and far less able to even protect himself.

Perhaps werewolfs live among us.
posted by kablam at 8:14 PM on October 31, 2003

Some nights the wolves are silent, and only the moon howls. (Carlin)
posted by kindall at 9:24 PM on October 31, 2003

That's the most famous couplet from "Werewolves of London". But I like the line "He's the hairy-handed gent/Who ran amuck in Kent" better.

Last night I played a folk/bluegrass/country gigt and they smuggled Werewolves of London into the set list over my objections. I think it's too obvious, BUT THERE WAS NO TIME TO LEARN CARMELITA.

My Zevonian fantasy: playing "Looking for the Next Best Thing" at a wedding reception

I worked hard, but not for the money
I did my best to please
I used to think it was funny
'Till I realized it was just a tease

Don Quixote had his windmills
Ponce de Leon took his cruise
Took Sinbad seven voyages
To see that it was all a ruse

That's why I'm looking for the next best thing
I'm looking for the next best thing
I appreciate the best
But I'm settling for less
I'm looking for the next best thing

Bet that would go over well!

Lee Ho Fook doesn't serve Beef Chow Mein - really
posted by crunchburger at 11:07 PM on October 31, 2003

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