The Bastard had a post on Cthulhu-related program activities. As you may know, The Lovely Daughter likes funny words and therefore the Cthulhu mythos cracks her up.
Undeniable laffs. But it's not new to her: she's been through the bookshelves and pored over this with its Cthulhu section, which is her style as she likes lists of things more than stories. Not that there isn't some terror involved; over the last year she's been talking about horror stories and bought a version of Frankenstein. So over Christmas we fiddled with a Cthulhu game and this morning after I told her about reading The Call of Cthulhu she wanted to look up more stuff and we found this:
His voice is wiggly enough to convince me this is authentic folk music, gosh darn it, and the "noggin" rhyme is good.
A note to parents: Shub-Niggurath might be a funny-looking name but it is not funny-sounding when uttered out of the blue among people who don't know what you're talking about.
Geez, that Metallica thingie could have used a little Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn so here it is again for remix purposes:
SOMEWHAT RELATED UPDATE:
Via an unlinkable comment from BigHank53 at alicublog:
In her house at Galt's Gulch dead Ayn Rand waits dreaming.