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    I think white might help one look serene when being viewed post-mortem.
    I won't be the one having made the choice then, nor will I fear bull-goring.
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    and they all go to Oxford to throw hungry caterpillars at the nasty statue

    :rofl:
    Almost. Floppy actually went to Cambridge and became Senior Wrangler :lol:
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    (Original post by ByronicHero)
    They all unfortunately both died of a speedball overdose. Luckily, they rose like the (River) pheonix and were reincarnated as:

    You have no idea of the concept of suffering until you have endured Biff, Chip and Kipper as a parent.
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    Almost. Floppy actually went to Cambridge and became Senior Wrangler :lol:
    but developed a tasted for bondage and was found inside the Master's laundry basket.
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    You have no idea of the concept of suffering until you have endured Biff, Chip and Kipper as a parent.
    I can imagine. I'll always fondly remember them, and Roger and his mates. I wonder what the equivalent is now.

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    but developed a tasted for bondage and was found inside the Master's laundry basket.
    Having thoroughly proved that his name was not descriptive.
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    (Original post by ByronicHero)
    I can imagine. I'll always fondly remember them, and Roger and his mates. I wonder what the equivalent is now.
    I don't know if having an Eng lit degree made it more painful than for most people, but it was a great relief when the kids moved on.
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    what is this?....
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    (Original post by Carnationlilyrose)
    I don't know if having an Eng lit degree made it more painful than for most people, but it was a great relief when the kids moved on.
    The sweet release of Jacqueline Wilson :moon:
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    (Original post by ByronicHero)
    I can imagine. I'll always fondly remember them, and Roger and his mates. I wonder what the equivalent is now.



    Having thoroughly proved that his name was not descriptive.
    until the rigor mortis wore off
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    (Original post by ByronicHero)
    The sweet release of Jacqueline Wilson :moon:
    No, they didn't like her. I think being boys made them resistant.
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    No, they didn't like her. I think being boys made them resistant.
    So, Goosebumps?
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    until the rigor mortis wore off
    At which point he was ceremonially consumed by the Chinese IMO team who were sure it would bring them great mathematical power. Thus ended the saga of Floppy, we may never see his like again :moon:
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    At which point he was ceremonially consumed by the Chinese IMO team who were sure it would bring them great mathematical power. Thus ended the saga of Floppy, we may never see his like again :moon:
    oh my BH... you have been on the laudanum again :ahee:
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    So, Goosebumps?
    No. One read nothing but non-fiction and the other refused to read anything. They are different now.
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    oh my BH... you have been on the laudanum again :ahee:
    Alas, no. Though were a flagon of it to be posted to me by some pursan I would consume it liberally and film the resultant behaviour for their viewing pleasure

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    No. One read nothing but non-fiction and the other refused to read anything. They are different now.
    Fair enough.

    By the time I have kids I imagine books will exist only in the way that typewriters do now
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    (Original post by Carnationlilyrose)
    You have no idea of the concept of suffering until you have endured Biff, Chip and Kipper as a parent.
    I only remember my 5+ reading but I was quite into Enid Blyton during 5-7. Loved reading about the various boarding school girls :moon:.
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    Alas, no. Though were a flagon of it to be posted to me by some pursan I would consume it liberally and film the resultant behaviour for their viewing pleasure
    hehehe i don't think that would appear on Beadle's About :ahee:
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    Alas, no. Though were a flagon of it to be posted to me by some pursan I would consume it liberally and film the resultant behaviour for their viewing pleasure



    Fair enough.

    By the time I have kids I imagine books will exist only in the way that typewriters do now
    Hipster kids.
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    (Original post by Kvothe the arcane)
    I only remember my 5+ reading but I was quite into Enid Blyton during 5-7. Loved reading about the various boarding school girls :moon:.
    Everybody who says JK Rowling did something original should look at Enid Blyton and The Worst Witch books.
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    The Worst Witch books.
    I loved the TV show as a nipper.
 
 
 
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