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First Impressions

First ImpressionsFrom a distance they looked like businessmen; suited, professional, with an air of purpose.

At a closer glance you'd probably mistake them for itinerant double glazing salesmen from a slightly down at heel company. Their clothing wasn't so much scruffy as well worn, it had definitely seen better days.

Purposeful mannerisms held more than a hint menace. Their interpersonal skills also left something to be desired. While it was true that Mr Croup had talked a target to death on one memorable occasion, witty repartee wasn't one of Mr Vandemar's strong points, those tended to be shiny and extremely sharp.


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willshenilshe
28th Oct, 2004 18:12 (UTC)
Croup and Vandemar ride again - wonderfulness. Makes me delighted. And I can well believe that Croup once talked a target to death...
redwolf
28th Oct, 2004 22:55 (UTC)
The tv100 challenge was too good to resist. And I'm procrastinating on a ficathon entry, but I did get a shiny new toy added to my site yesterday. Yay for procrastination.
debxena
29th Oct, 2004 04:04 (UTC)
Eeee! Havingj ust watched Neverwhere for the first time about a week ago, this really really made me squeak! Peepers and terrywags. Very creepy.
redwolf
29th Oct, 2004 04:25 (UTC)
Croup and Vandemar probably wouldn't be top of the list of people to meet in a dark alley. Or anywhere else for that matter.
diceandzombies
30th Oct, 2004 23:56 (UTC)
Oh my: the idea of Mr. Croup talking a target to death! XP I'm surprised all of those Chinese antiques haven't worn down his digestion.
redwolf
31st Oct, 2004 08:44 (UTC)
If his digestive system is anything like Mr Vandemar's I doubt the odd China ornament would cause more than hiccups.
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