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- November 17th, 2014, 10:08 PM #21November 18th, 2014, 12:08 AM #22
Aah sarcasm...it truly is part of a complete "thank you."
(Save a person's life and this is the appreciation you get... )
Butbutbut buddy wait... don't'cha know the metaphor? Curiosity killed the cat...and the IckyVickies.
However, if you must know ... I crossed that chasm of boredom, death, and utter despair about two years ago."Everybody is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live it's whole life believing that it is stupid." - Albert EinsteinNovember 18th, 2014, 05:09 PM #23November 18th, 2014, 06:53 PM #24
Lol you're very jocular , I'll give you that.
I'm not the type of person who downplays her achievements. In reality, I let the entire world know the second it happens In fact, I recall having saved your life... twice. At this rate buddy, you'll indebted to me forever.
There's no doubt that Albus Dumbledore was a great man... in fact the greatest sorcerer of all time. However, I think you should stop the facade, and choose your role models more realistically (someone who, one day, you can actually turn out to be like).
How about the Mad Hatter from Alice in Wonderland??
Well, my dad thought it would be better to read it than lollygag all day long. Poor thing, I didn't have the heart to tell him that it was a nightmare (slight exaggeration: it was really boring at the beginning and a bit in the middle...but it got interesting towards the end.. and, it's been a few years since I read it so I don't think I've done the book proper justice...OHkayy I'm a hypocrite...please don't judge me ).
Do you want to know the exact time I read the first page too?
Last edited by Thrushe42; November 18th, 2014 at 08:25 PM."Everybody is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live it's whole life believing that it is stupid." - Albert EinsteinNovember 20th, 2014, 10:32 PM #25
When was the second time, you saved my life? :/ Great man or not, Dumbledore's not my role model. And I'm really offended. I acknowledge your role as a life-saver and this is how you treat me, by referring to the Mad Hatter as my role model? Come on, give me some credit! One day, I aspire to attain as great an intellectual height as that of the intellectual GIANT, Homer. . . Simpson. It seems like an impossible aim, now. A wisp of smoke, if, you will. But, with determination, anything can come to pass. And I'm determined for Mr. Homer Simpson and I to be on the same intellectual footing! Dare I even WRITE it? I am shocked, baffled, SPEECHLESS, as they say; our saviour a HYPOCRITE? This emoticon's insufficient to express the amount of shock, the utter HORROR, I feel! Judgemental stares, directed towards you, cutting you the very CORE! Just kidding! A saviour's a saviour, no matter what they think, they might've done! Do you even have to ASK? Yes, I do! I want to know about the exact SECOND, you glanced at the book's cover, too! I'm not being too inquisitive, am I? We all know the answer to that question. Of course, I'm not!November 21st, 2014, 03:33 PM #26
Well well well, looks like a certain someone has the memory span of a hamster... :p
See, that's why it's my job to do the remembering. Please don't ponder over it too much... you'll hurt yourself.
I always thought I was the uncrowned queen of exaggeration and sarcasm...but boy, was i wrong. You've, undoubtedly and ruthlessly, stolen those titles from me (how could you?? )
Be that as it may, I can see that you possess potential...and lots of it. I admit, I may be an unconventional saviour but
I would never devalue, discredit, or debase your loyalty or even you (for that matter)... even if I wanted to jab you in the eye with a fork... never!
I assure you that your acknowledgements, compliments, and (immensely bizarre) gratitude have been registered and understood. Therefore, I will personally, call the casting directors of Frozen and plead that they give you the role of Olaf if they ever make a sequel. Even Homer Simpson would be envious of your colossal success. Just imagine! Eh, be thankful it wasn't Dory (finding nemo)... then all you'd know how to do would be to speak whale and forget things every 15 seconds of your life
You know, most people have to get married to suffer this obsessive kind of interrogation"Everybody is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live it's whole life believing that it is stupid." - Albert EinsteinNovember 21st, 2014, 07:32 PM #27
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HA hahahahahahahahhaNovember 22nd, 2014, 02:08 PM #28
A hamster, really? :/ I'm going to ignore your advice and peek into the past, anyway. As I recall, you saved my life, ONCE, when you cautioned us against reading 'King Solomon's Mines'. Just in the nick of time, might I add, but, still, only ONCE! Wha. . . Can't. . . Con. . . Cen. . . Trate. . . Screen. . . Blurring. . . Head. . . POUNDING!
So, a few minutes ago, I almost fell off my chair. Felt like my head was. . . ABLAZE. Almost passed out, the pain was so bad. Got the worst possible, SPLITTING headache. If, I'd listened to you and not put such sheer pressure on my brain by thinking that far back, I could've avoided that intense AGONY. You were SO right.
Every sentence, I've written on this thread has been the truth. How could you doubt that? EVER? How COULD you? You thought, I was being. . . SARCASTIC? I can't allow you to continue in a state of denial, so, I'm putting this matter to bed, once and for all. I, IckyVicky, have not been, nor will I ever be, sarcastic on this thread. Neither have I exaggerated, okay?
I'm trying, extremely hard, to be afraid of that sneaky face. But, I can't find it in me to let that fear consume me. Because, someone to whom so many, myself included, owe their lives, can't be evil enough to jab someone in the eye.
You save lives AND you know the Disney bigwigs? Every time, I think, you CAN'T get any cooler, you kick it up a notch. Making it impossible for us mere mortals to follow in your footsteps. How can one person be that AWESOME? It's not fair to the rest of us. Though, I should be used to it by now since life isn't fair.
BTW, flattery will get you nowhere, my friend. I know, you're trying to pay me a compliment. Which I appreciate. But, I won't kid myself. Because nothing could be farther from the truth. In what kind of world, would the mighty, intellectual giant, Homer Simpson, be envious of such a lowly creature, such as myself, who is so far beneath him in intellect? Certainly, not in this one. The most, I can hope for, is to stand on the same intellectual footing as Mr. Simpson, someday. I'm not naive enough to believe that I, or ANYONE, can exceed the great cognitive prowess of that man. Neither should you! Sorry to burst your bubble. But, it's better to live in the real world than to inhabit a hopeless fantasy.
We've already established, I'm only as inquisitive as the average person. Also, that my curiosity is nothing out of the ordinary. So, it doesn't become you to refer to it as 'obsessive'. For shame, madam, for SHAME!
OH! I get it, now. You were making a joke. It was really funny, too. Sorry for jumping to conclusions, earlier, concerning your comment about my HEALTHY curiosity.
Last edited by IckyVicky; November 22nd, 2014 at 02:24 PM.November 22nd, 2014, 06:32 PM #29
I'm not going to argue with all that.
We've gone off on a tangent.
Let's return to the topic in hand.November 23rd, 2014, 09:26 AM #30November 23rd, 2014, 11:36 AM #31
Did anyone ever have any interest in juvenile literature?
For example, Nancy Drew by Carolyn Keene, or The Secret Seven by Enid Blyton ( or any of Enid Blyton's books, for that matter).November 23rd, 2014, 06:28 PM #32
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Nancy drewNovember 23rd, 2014, 10:00 PM #33November 24th, 2014, 01:01 PM #34
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To be very honest, l have a bookcase with three shelves... and one of those shelves is entirely filled with Enid Blyton's novels (literally... from end to end).
"Mr.Icy Cold," "Giants Round the Corner," "Flyaway Money," ... you name it.
Oh and my favourite... *drum roll* "The Little Brownie House. "
It's the exact opposite for me... I like Famous Five, but I love The Secret Seven.November 25th, 2014, 10:11 AM #35November 27th, 2014, 12:12 PM #36
I am touched *sniff, sniff*
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If I've ever been "obsessed" with a book (when I was younger)... it was "Varjak Paw."
Heard of it?November 27th, 2014, 03:37 PM #37November 27th, 2014, 05:13 PM #38
*jaw drops* Oh no, how unfortunate!
Did my virtual crocodile tears blur your vision momentarily??? Awwwww!
Does the baby want a pacifier too?
Dude, listen, I only wanted to know if you'd heard about it or not...not your entire life story.
I, unfortunately, don't hold the same "healthy" capacity for curiosity as you do
But kudos to you... seems like you've spent a lot of time in the library if you're aware of these types of... well, let's just put it as not-so-well-known, novels.November 27th, 2014, 06:46 PM #39
I won't be the means of disrupting your private collection of pacifiers. Absolutely REFUSE to have that on my conscience. I'm not Voldemort, you know! So, no, I don't want one. What I do want is for your virtual tears to evaporate. It's almost been six hours. No luck so far. Maybe, I'll leave my desktop screen out in the Sun, tomorrow. . .
Two lines HARDLY constitute as ANYONE'S life story. Besides a dead chick's, probably. Do you think, I'm a dead chick? I was merely stating how YOUR tears completely MESSED UP my screen! I wouldn't share the story of my life with a person who's as curious a pebble, anyway.
Thanks!November 27th, 2014, 08:13 PM #40
Ohhkay this is ridiculous. I highly doubt that a being so powerful, absolutely merciless, stone-hearted, apathetic, vindictive, malevolent... who Rowling herself describes as "The Raging Psychopath" ... whose name people fear to speak, referring to him as "He who-must-not-be-named"... would be sucking on a pacifier
(Unless it was Salazar Slytherin's pacifier, which he could fit a horcrux into... then and ONLY then would it be debatable)
As if the guy has nothing better to do... like oh I don't know, maybe take over the world?!...or get a nose job?
I'm telling!!! Forget Harry Potter... you'll be the first person he kills... just you wait. Oh boy! Oh boy! Oh boy! (PSST PSST You'd better hide behind your chair right about now!).
Dude, my virtual tears are too good for you and your "desktop screen."
AWWW They messed up your screen? GooD. I hope they short circuit your computer too.
Omg, they have a chicken emoji too? lol ... "Do you think I'm a dead chick?" Is that a trick question?
I wonder what it's like in your head btw.
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