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    Pretty good...very flowery, very Russian Vladimir Nabokov obviously has a great admiration of Dostoevsky
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    :vader: The Force is strong in you. I am your father.

    Luke: Nooooooooooo!

    *retreats into sci fi world*
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    Haha..guess what got delived todaaaay?
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    Oooh, what? :eek:

    Spoiler:
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    Assassin's Apprentice, by any chance? :hubba: I used the spoiler so as not to spoil your fun :yes:.
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    Guess!
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    Click on the spoiler :laugh:.
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    Oh my goodness you don't remember do you?
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    Well, it's either that or Jim Butcher! :eek:
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    Assassins Apprentice!!!
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    (Original post by MrsIpod)
    Assassins Apprentice!!!
    Yes, look at my first post which says "Oooh, what? :eek:"

    If you look below the post, you'll see a spoiler - which I told you to click on in my second post .

    Look what it says in that spoiler .
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    I <3 the Fool.

    (just wanted to put it out there)
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    Fitz is still one of my favourite characters from fantasy .
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    Oh right, penny just dropped :P

    Yes I have the book...now Im just going to hide my face for a while...
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    (Original post by MrsIpod)
    Oh right, penny just dropped :P

    Yes I have the book...now Im just going to hide my face for a while...
    Awww :console:. Don't be embarrassed! You weren't to know about the many functions TSR has . Spoilers are usually used to avoid spoiling things for people about things like TV shows or endings to books etc.

    I was a bit cheeky in using it how I did . This is how you make them:

    [spoiler]Insert what goes in the spoiler here.[/spoiler]

    Alternatively, you can create "expand" tags using the same method (with the word "expand" in the brackets) which has a similar function, only this time you can name what's in the tag . Like this:

    Click on this!
    And now you know all about how to use tags!


    Just one last quick word: if you click on the "quote" button when you're replying - not only does it tell me you've replied to me, but it also brings up a text box in which you can see anything extra that you might've missed in the post .

    [End of lecture] :rofl:
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    (Original post by Demon_AS)
    Awww :console:. Don't be embarrassed! You weren't to know about the many functions TSR has . Spoilers are usually used to avoid spoiling things for people about things like TV shows or endings to books etc.

    I was a bit cheeky in using it how I did . This is how you make them:

    [spoiler]Insert what goes in the spoiler here.[/spoiler]

    Alternatively, you can create "expand" tags using the same method (with the word "expand" in the brackets) which has a similar function, only this time you can name what's in the tag . Like this:

    Click on this!
    And now you know all about how to use tags!


    Just one last quick word: if you click on the "quote" button when you're replying - not only does it tell me you've replied to me, but it also brings up a text box in which you can see anything extra that you might've missed in the post .

    [End of lecture] :rofl:
    The sad thing is i know all this! Its either just pure laziness, or an inefficiency when using my brain
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    (Original post by MrsIpod)
    The sad thing is i know all this! Its either just pure laziness, or an inefficiency when using my brain
    Lol oh, I see!

    Well, never mind then, eh?

    How are you enjoying Assassin's Apprentice?
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    (Original post by Demon_AS)
    Lol oh, I see!

    Well, never mind then, eh?

    How are you enjoying Assassin's Apprentice?
    Haven't had chance to start it yet, although its been trying to tempt me while I do coursework Its like a reward for when I actually get some work done!!
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    (Original post by MrsIpod)
    Haven't had chance to start it yet, although its been trying to tempt me while I do coursework Its like a reward for when I actually get some work done!!
    Hah, I know the theory - and I admire your patience and discipline. I know *I* wouldn't be able to wait. I'd find ways around it, like reading for an hour every other hour - in between hours of work :p:.
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    (Original post by Demon_AS)
    Hah, I know the theory - and I admire your patience and discipline. I know *I* wouldn't be able to wait. I'd find ways around it, like reading for an hour every other hour - in between hours of work :p:.
    Well at the moment my "work" consists of watching Vampire Knight and trawling TSR :p:
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    Go read AA! :p:
 
 
 
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