Good-Sinful Alliance: 2012 Conference – Fun For The Young ‘Uns


“Hello again, folks! Claudius Templesmith here once again as your emcee at the Good-Sinful Alliance Conference 2012, by now with a much hoarser voice. Happily, I’ve now regained the use of all my limbs after being attacked by Bellatrix Lestrange on Day Two… long story. Today, we’ll be talking about fun activities for your children!

This problem has plagued evildoers for centuries: what should you do with your children? Eating them is always a possibility, but perhaps you want them to participate in a good program. There’s always the tried-and-true Hunger Games, but the problem is that you might not get Junior back. Then again, depending on your child, that may be what you want. As long as you’re OK with someone else possibly eating your child.

So! What else is there for evil kids to do? Plenty!

NaEvDeeMo, sadly, is just past us. It stands for National Evil Deeds Month and is based upon the utterly foolish National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo. Really, who would spend a whole month writing a novel? That’s such a… a… a… good thing to do! Ugh, I just can’t stand the thought of being so good! In NaEvDeeMo, participants create evil plots and then enact them! The goal for the adult program (ages thirteen and up) is 50,000 evil deeds committed between November first and November thirtieth. The YEP, or Young Evildoer’s Program, allows those seventeen and under to personalize their evil-deed goal.

Evil Driver’s Ed is another splendid option – for those over sixteen years of age, of course. We don’t want to break any laws. Nope. No way. Law-breaking is not for us. In this course, responsible teenagers learn the skills needed to be good getaway drivers. Robbing a bank? No need to hire a mercenary or even your ordinary cab driver. Just have your kid do it for you. Evil Driver’s Ed covers evasive driving maneuvers, how to drive a over a cliff and land safely, hotwiring, and proper turn signal procedures.

Future Villains of America is based in the Midwest. I’ll quote from their website: “Our mission is to prepare future generations for the challenges of tormenting a growing population. We teach that evildoing is more than tormenting and maiming – it’s a science, it’s a business and it’s an art.”

Perhaps you’ve heard of 4-H? Well, we have our own version, called 4-T. The Ts are Torturing, Tormenting, Terrifying, and Tortellini. 4-T is open to all children of evil in grades K-12 and aims toward four things. Children learn how to become expert torturers, as well as tormentors (which is like a more humane method of torturing). They become able to scare their enemies and prisoners by learning the Ten Techniques Guaranteed to Terrify Your Enemies (Or Your Money Back). But we won’t tell you what those techniques are, although you can look them up on the Internet and I don’t even know why I’m telling you this! Also, “Or Your Money Back” is a lie. 4-T is free. Monetarily speaking, anyway. You do have to sell your soul to be accepted. Last but not least, your children will learn how to make delicious tortellini that they can use to lure people into traps!

Finally, you know what to do with your children when you have to head off on an evil business trip and you don’t want them unsupervised!”

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Elizabeth. University of Iowa class of 2019. Triple majoring in English & Creative Writing, Journalism, and Gender, Women's, & Sexuality Studies. Twenty-one-year-old daydreamer, introvert, voracious reader, aspiring writer, and lesbian. Passionate about feminism, mental health, comic books, and cats.
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12 Responses to Good-Sinful Alliance: 2012 Conference – Fun For The Young ‘Uns

  1. orphu44 says:

    “…and proper turn signal procedures.” One of these things is not like the others/One of these things just doesn’t belong…*hums*
    And 1,667 evil deeds a day? That makes NaNoWriMo seem positively lazy. Typing a word takes, what, a second? I’m guessing an evil deed takes at least ten minutes. You’d have to commit multiple evil deeds at once.

  2. Kate says:

    LOL! XD This post was great. Although I disagree with the GSA on one thing. NaNoWriMo can be an evil thing, too. What if you’re writing a book on how to be evil? Or about why Bellatrix and Snape are totally awesome? (Though, Sorry, Bellatrix, but I don’t think you’re too awesome. You killed Sirius and Dobby and, for that, I will never forgive you). Anyways . . .

    I loved this line: “The Ts are Torturing, Tormenting, Terrifying, and Tortellini.” I seriously almost laughed out loud if it weren’t for the fact that my mom and brother were still sleeping. Loved the post! 😀 Good job, as always!

    • nevillegirl says:

      Bellatrix says you had better watch out. ^_^

      The GSA just sent you some tortellini. Wow, they must really like you! I’ve never seen them send this much food to anyone before.

      • Kate says:

        Okay, I will, Bellatrix. But I’m best friends with the DA and they just said that they are all practicing a new hex that was just created that causes evil people to turn good.

        Yum! The tortellini was delicious–cheesy with a hint of evil.

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  4. magicfishy says:

    I am enjoying these posts. I am enjoying them muchly.

    I swear I had something intelligent to say here, but…. Mmm, tortellini….

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