((Yep. For Instance, Lets watch Gundam Seed. “So It’s come to this.”))
Well, that’s a 5 month old post from a blog I don’t follow.
That’s an all new low!
5: Spitfire: 386
4: Danny: 14
3: Basil: -0.0000007
2: Ask-Rainbow-Dash: -386
1: Mr. X: -393493843426477548599435738.40548
In all seriousness though, this Soarin’ blog is pretty cool. Follow them if you’re into that sort of thing. I’d follow him and RP with him some, but he’s married and that’s not what I’m looking for. If anything, he has great taste in stuff to reblog and he has a cool semi-in-character feel. Thanks for linking me to him Spitfire.
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“Let’s do it!”
Thanks Ray, you really came through for me on this one.
“See what I mean?” she said.
A Wild Sheep Chase by Haruki Murakami
(It could have been a whole lot worse…at least I’m being instructed, and not inserted into a well to have dream sex or something.)
“Now he could go home and explain to the girl that nothing had happened.”
…Oh. Thanks, Neil.
“He must learn, in other words, to wear the mantle of adult responsibility.”
What are you insinuating, How to Read Literature Like a Professor?
Finally decided to do one of these. Alright let’s see, nearest book is debatable. Depends whether near means linear distance or closest route and either way these two are nearly in the same place.
Linear: “The strength and struggling nothing might avail, after the mode of Cats, he ‘gan to wail.”
Uh, okay. Let’s try the other one.
Route: “In the dim light of the moons, Twann’s tired eyes could see nothing.”
I need to not do more of these.