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Hope Smithson



Joined: 10 Nov 2007
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Hi. I'm Hope. I want to be a writer or a journalist. And the first book of Christopher Moore I read was Lamb which had me in stitches. Currently I'm in high school and my mom died when I was 12. So I began to bury myself in books which lead to my dream of writing. So ya da ya da ya da here I am. Say hi if you want too! It's just the opening post.
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Post Fri Nov 16, 2007 9:21 pm   View user's profile Send private message
Sephonae



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Welcome, Hope. My favorite Chris Moore book is "The Stupidest Angel" because it gathers together some of my most loved characters of his. But "Lamb" touched me, greatly. It was a lot of fun but there was also a depth to it, and a love and respect for the characters that made me fall in love with it.

Aw, shucks, now I'm gettin' all sappy.

~Sephonae
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MrEMann



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Hi! Where's the pie?
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Post Fri Nov 16, 2007 10:29 pm   View user's profile Send private message
Hope Smithson



Joined: 10 Nov 2007
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Sephonae wrote:
Welcome, Hope. My favorite Chris Moore book is "The Stupidest Angel" because it gathers together some of my most loved characters of his. But "Lamb" touched me, greatly. It was a lot of fun but there was also a depth to it, and a love and respect for the characters that made me fall in love with it.

Aw, shucks, now I'm gettin' all sappy.

~Sephonae


Oh! I just finished reading the Stupidest Angel! I brought it to my school which is Catholic one (imagine hiding Lamb from my religious teachers). But Oh my Gosh it was so hilarious! Love to Roberto!
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Post Fri Nov 16, 2007 10:59 pm   View user's profile Send private message
Sephonae



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Hope Smithson wrote:
Oh! I just finished reading the Stupidest Angel! I brought it to my school which is Catholic one (imagine hiding Lamb from my religious teachers). But Oh my Gosh it was so hilarious! Love to Roberto!


I went to Catholic school too...way way back. I don't think I'd have hidden "Lamb" because, for one thing, most of my teachers (even the penguins!) were pretty cool folks and, number two, all the real deviancy, if you will, comes out of Biff. Although I agree w/Joshua wanting to include "Blessed be the dumbfucks" in his Sermon on the Mount. God knows, if anyone needs extra blessings, it's the dumbfucks.

~Sephonae
Look, a seagull!
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Post Fri Nov 16, 2007 11:18 pm   View user's profile Send private message Send e-mail Visit poster's website
zendao42



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Very Happy Welcome to the boardello!

Have some cocoa, it's cold out there!

The strip search will be delayed if you're under 18, but these crazy fruitbats still want their pie-
that includes me, preferably something that goes with cocoa...

If you haven't read all the books yet, you're in for a real treat... Wink

Post Sat Nov 17, 2007 4:40 am   View user's profile Send private message Visit poster's website
Hope Smithson



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Tch I wish he left that in. I can name a few dumbfucks who need blessing poor little lost souls. They need it all the help they will ever need/get
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Welcome to the board, kid. If you're worried about internet crazies, you found 'em Very Happy
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Welcome! Very Happy

We needed a new board divette.
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Post Sat Nov 17, 2007 10:20 am   View user's profile Send private message
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Isn't there a rule about replacing divettes? Or am I thinking of golf....?
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leprrkan



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Wingnut wrote:
Isn't there a rule about replacing divettes? Or am I thinking of golf....?


You suck, you stole that idea out of my head Laughing Razz Damn you, you wily and witty Canadians Wink
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Wingnut



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Sorry, Lep, my bad - you can have the next one, k? Very Happy

Oh, and welcome to the craziness, Hope!
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Hope Smithson



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You do realize I went to an all girls for six years of my life. It was full of girl on girl action, tales of drinking binges, and ridicously short skirts to impress the other girls or get boys to look at them that I do not know. Thankfully I took the first train to a co ed high school.
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Very Happy welcome hope Very Happy
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Welcome Smile
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