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>> No. 6989 Anonymous
29th May 2019
Wednesday 12:24 am
6989 Realm of the Elderlings
This series has had an odd draw on me. I don't recall how I got on to the books, but I started with Assassin's Apprentice almost when it came out, read on with Liveship Traders and the Tawny Man and then it slumbered.

About a year ago I learned that Fitz and the Fool was done, read the trilogy, realised that I'd missed Rain Wild Chronicles and read that and now I'm working my way backwards again through Liveship Traders. I'll have to touch Tawny Man and Farseer again eventually, I think, just for completeness, but the prospect fills me with joy. Re-reading the books with the foreknowledge of what happens and where it goes is a joy in itself, but comparing what I got out of the story when I was basically a teenlad versus what I now realise is going on. I'm gushing, and hence I'm reluctant to touch the confined Tawny and Farseer trilogy again, but outside of Pratchett this is the first time I'm genuinely enjoying re-reading books.

Do you have books you read before, thought done, then touched again and learned something new?
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>> No. 6990 Anonymous
29th May 2019
Wednesday 8:33 am
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Liza Tarbuck has let herself go.
>> No. 6991 Anonymous
29th May 2019
Wednesday 12:48 pm
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>>6990
I require pictorial evidence of a time before Liza Tarbuck had let herself go.
>> No. 6992 Anonymous
29th May 2019
Wednesday 1:19 pm
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>>6991
Paedo.
>> No. 6993 Anonymous
29th May 2019
Wednesday 4:36 pm
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>>6991

Liza Tarbuck is the epitome of womanliness; if you fail to recognise that, you only have yourself to blame.


>> No. 6994 Anonymous
29th May 2019
Wednesday 5:38 pm
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>>6993
Fucking Christ.
>> No. 6995 Anonymous
29th May 2019
Wednesday 8:53 pm
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>>6993

It seems like your definition of womanliness is based purely on the giant norks her obesity has given her. Why don't you just skip the pretens and just declare a flesh coloured beanbag filled with silicone and a nipple drawn on the side of it the most beautiful woman. It's clearly what you're really after.
>> No. 6996 Anonymous
29th May 2019
Wednesday 9:05 pm
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>>6995

>It seems like your definition of womanliness is based purely on the giant norks

Don't really get why that's a problem, m8. She'd have been worshipped as a goddess not too long ago.
>> No. 6997 Anonymous
29th May 2019
Wednesday 9:35 pm
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>>6995
I am actually quite embarrassed for you right now.
>> No. 6998 Anonymous
29th May 2019
Wednesday 10:35 pm
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I hate to spoil the party before it even gets going for our resident branch of the Land Whale Appreciation Society, but you do have your own thread in /x/, I believe.

If you don't, you should start one.

In fact, I'll just pop over there and have a look. Just out of curiosity, you understand.
>> No. 6999 Anonymous
29th May 2019
Wednesday 10:59 pm
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>>6995

She's not even that fat. She could sit on my face and I wouldn't even die.
>> No. 7000 Anonymous
29th May 2019
Wednesday 11:55 pm
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>>6998
Did you just get dumped by your Maltese girlfriend or something? This is a very odd overreaction.
>> No. 7001 Anonymous
29th May 2019
Wednesday 11:56 pm
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>>6996

What makes you think that that was ever worshipped. For all we know one teenage boy could have made it and given it to another teenage boy saying "ugga booga that's ur mum that is" and then the other kid punched him in the jaw.

>>6999

Optimistic thinking, she might not crush your head instantly but you would surely suffocate if the scaffolding gave way and the rolls enveloped you.
>> No. 7002 Anonymous
30th May 2019
Thursday 12:11 am
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>>7001

>Optimistic thinking, she might not crush your head instantly but you would surely suffocate if the scaffolding gave way and the rolls enveloped you.

Trust me m8, you could wriggle out from underneath her even if you've gone a bit hypoxic. She's a good eight stone shy of being able to kill a man with her bare arse.
>> No. 7003 Anonymous
30th May 2019
Thursday 12:37 am
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I should've just picked a picture of Tintagliaa random fantasy trope.
>> No. 7004 Anonymous
30th May 2019
Thursday 5:54 pm
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>>6989
> Do you have books you read before, thought done, then touched again and learned something new?
Some of the books I'd been reading as a teenlad, yes.
A casual glance turned into a full-blown re-read once. There were certain moments I just didn't notice back then due to insufficient life experience.
>> No. 7005 Anonymous
30th May 2019
Thursday 6:48 pm
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I thought Winston was literally shot until i read it a second time.
>> No. 7006 Anonymous
30th May 2019
Thursday 8:22 pm
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>>7005

In my head, I can only hear the name Winston in a West Indian accent.
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30th May 2019
Thursday 11:51 pm
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