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    We talking about days?
    Today, I scared people by reading Lolita, and made more than a few teacher look at me oddly.

    Worst/best part?
    How many people don't have a clue as to what's it about, which means I made soooooooooo many people regret asking me about what I was reading.

    Soon I'll have them all trained to salivate at the ring of my cell phone, and then my conquest of britanica can begin!
    . . .
    They thought you odd for reading it and they didn't know what it was?!
    Here (UK college being 16+) it was recommended by the Awesome E Lang lecturer in our first year; it's so popular you have to place your name on a reserve list before you can take it out.
    I'm still ninth on it. And when it's on reserve you can only reissue once.

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    I didn't say anything.
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    I didn't say anything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CurlyKitGirl View Post
    . . .
    They thought you odd for reading it and they didn't know what it was?!
    Here (UK college being 16+) it was recommended by the Awesome E Lang lecturer in our first year; it's so popular you have to place your name on a reserve list before you can take it out.
    The school library doesn't even have a copy.
    I had to get it from my town library(which is where I normally get my books, but meh), and after I asked my school librarian, I learned that it was on our schools black-list.
    ....
    And for some reason, I can't find a good lists of banned books.
    And all the ones I've read of so far, we had to read, and I disliked.

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    No, it's worse; it seems my eyes don't work any more.
    I got Grievers' and Spiceboys' avvies mixed up. And they look nothing alike.
    Happens to the best of us.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wadledo View Post
    The school library doesn't even have a copy.
    I had to get it from my town library(which is where I normally get my books, but meh), and after I asked my school librarian, I learned that it was on our schools black-list.
    ....
    And for some reason, I can't find a good lists of banned books.
    And all the ones I've read of so far, we had to read, and I disliked.
    Your school has a black list?
    Ours doesn't. And we can order in pretty much any book we want.
    How can a book be black listed? It's a classic piece of literature. Is Huckleberry Finn banned too? Or is it the other book by Twain . . ?

    And from what I can tell; they're usually banned for no reason. College even has an uncensored copy of Lady Chatterly's Lover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CurlyKitGirl View Post
    Your school has a black list?
    Ours doesn't. And we can order in pretty much any book we want.
    How can a book be black listed? It's a classic piece of literature. Is Huckleberry Finn banned too? Or is it the other book by Twain . . ?

    And from what I can tell; they're usually banned for no reason. College even has an uncensored copy of Lady Chatterly's Lover.
    Read Huckleberry Finn in school, I actually though it wasn't half bad.
    Though, I am doing an essay on how the constant rereading of classic novels is making anyone who's gone through the high school system illiterate and boorish.

    And I can't seem to find the black list for my school either.
    Arrrrrg.

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    I was surprised the other day when I discovered most my friends had never even heard of stuff like The delta of Venus, Story of O, Venus in Furs or even Anne Rice's series of The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty. (and how could I forget Lady Chatterly's Lover?)

    Is it that rare to read this literature?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashtar View Post
    I was surprised the other day when I discovered most my friends had never even heard of stuff like The delta of Venus, Story of O, Venus in Furs or even Anne Rice's series of The Claiming of Sleeping Beauty.

    Is it that rare to read this literature?
    ......I don't think those books are appropriate for this forum.
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    * Old man, in Denmark.

    Lego is Danish. ... The Danes are generally full of win though; nearly as full of win as the crazy damn Finns.
    Well I knew that! I was just trying to make a joke, but nobody seems to appreciate the classics. I'll send Checkov away now.

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    Read Huckleberry Finn in school, I actually though it wasn't half bad.
    Though, I am doing an essay on how the constant rereading of classic novels is making anyone who's gone through the high school system illiterate and boorish.
    Twain isn't half bad, though he is rather pretentious at times. What really annoyed me was stupid works like "Catcher in the Rye" or "Death of a Salesman" or "The Crucible." Okay, so Salesman isn't horrendous, but surely there are better plays about suicide written in the last 20 years.
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    I kind of liked Huckleberry Finn (I think I read it when I was 13 or 14), although after having read Tom Sawyer and having seen the maturation of Tom in that book, he disappointed me at the end of Huck Finn. Majorly. And being a yankee girl, the way Twain pokes fun at various Southern stereotypes/truths was sometimes a little hard to grasp, but I enjoyed it.

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    What really annoyed me was stupid works like "Catcher in the Rye" or "Death of a Salesman" or "The Crucible." Okay, so Salesman isn't horrendous, but surely there are better plays about suicide written in the last 20 years.
    Ugh.
    Can't stand any of those either. I have tried to read Catcher in the Rye; have only heard very bad things about Death of A Salesman and The Crucible I have read (I think), and didn't like.

    My French teacher has this vendetta about chewing gum. She detests anyone eating it (or anything at all) in class, and this is the college where we have a veritable picnic in E Lit lessons. Anyone who even looks like they're eating is told to open their mouths and spit it out.
    And she's set us a 260 word essay entitled:
    'Le fleau americain: Le chewing gum.' - the american pest: chewing gum.
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    All my college application essays have to be between 250 and 500 words...I wrote the first one and then found out it was 700 and had to severely cut it. That was the one where I could write about whatever I wanted, though...the ones where the subject is pre-dictated I'm having more trouble, not making it long enough, but making it compelling.

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    Francophiles are usually quite irrational. Not unlike French people, actually.
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    All the essays I've been given have either been timed or have been a 1000 or more words. Well actually I had to do a 500 word essay that would be expanded into 1500 words.

    260 is easy.

    EDIT: Actually in French that would be impossible for me, I was terrible at French.
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    I honestly don't think I had to write any application essays...

    Must be one of the perks of going to a state school.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gezina View Post
    Francophiles are usually quite irrational. Not unlike French people, actually.
    Hmm, my dad is pretty much a Francophile.

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    No, not like pedofile but then only with kids named Frank.....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gezina View Post
    Francophiles are usually quite irrational. Not unlike French people, actually.
    I'm not a francophile; I took it because I'm good at it, enjoy it, and the class is very fun.
    But the French people are very irrational.

    @Spiceboy and DRider: the problem is keeping it to the word limit because 260 is all you get in the exam. And it being in French is more annoying; you won't believe how odd the actual 'rules' for what a word are.

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    I honestly don't think I had to write any application essays...

    Must be one of the perks of going to a state school.
    I can't remember writing any, either, aside from the essays for my Army ROTC scholarships.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CurlyKitGirl View Post
    I'm not a francophile; I took it because I'm good at it, enjoy it, and the class is very fun.
    But the French people are very irrational.
    I was talking about your prof (Those who teach the vile language of the French are near always Francophiles)

    Do note that I dislike romlangs in general, and French especially so.

    Edit: About odd word rules, Dutch has tonnes of words with obscure meanings, and it's quite common to make new ones up on the fly.

    Example: Hottentottententententoonstellingspaaltjesfabrieks managers (Translation: Managers in charge of the factories which produce poles for the tents used by the Hottentot people), and no, I didn't just make this word up.

    Edit2: Due to a board fault, a space was inserted where there shouldn't be one.
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    I really like the french country, a great place to go on holiday for, it's just that I have a dislike for the people who live there and their language.
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    My sister's insane.
    There's this terrible franchise called . . . Bratz *shudders* and they've released a 'musical' animated movie.





    Bratz scare; horrify; upset and infuriate me.
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    My sister's insane.
    There's this terrible franchise called . . . Bratz *shudders* and they've released a 'musical' animated movie.





    Bratz scare; horrify; upset and infuriate me.
    And there're movies.
    Gods those horrible Bratz. >.< *curls up* Keep them away from me! AWAY, FOUL DEMONS! GET BACK TO THE PLASTIC WELLS, WHENCE YOU CAME!!
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    Me and Best Friend fantasise about buying some dolls and products and then destroying them in amusing ways and putting the vids up on YouTube.
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    Cut it open. Stuff it with magnesium. Light bonfire.
    Throw on fire.
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    Me and Best Friend fantasise about buying some dolls and products and then destroying them in amusing ways and putting the vids up on YouTube.
    Horrible things.
    One morning, as a boy, I got up and noticed that someone had opened my window blinds while I slept.

    I looked outside to see all 20 of my GI Joes crucified on miniature little crosses and ON FIRE!

    My cousin had decided to play an extremely nasty prank on me. I have never really forgiven him after 16 years...

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    Speaking of pranks, I'm feeling evil right now.

    My little brothers going to get a shock the next time he uses his ipod after leaving it outside all afternoon.

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    Tainted Love, aye?
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    My sister's insane.
    There's this terrible franchise called . . . Bratz *shudders* and they've released a 'musical' animated movie.





    Bratz scare; horrify; upset and infuriate me.
    And there're movies.
    ....>.<

    I hate those franchises... It's sorta like when my little brother suddenly started liking High School Musical and loved to put it on like 4 times a day.

    I don't know what was worse, that, or when he started liking wrestling and started to watch stuff related to it or play games related to it and just decided on random moments to inform me about Wrestler's lives.

    Younger siblings are weird.
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    ~Credit to Skippy for second line.

  30. - Top - End - #300
    Ettin in the Playground
    Join Date
    Dec 2006

    Default Re: Cristo's Consistently Confusing and Constantly Casual Random Banter #105

    Bratz! GAH!

    They're...they're....

    The very name exemplifies all that is wrong with them. They're Barbie taken to a new extreme because not only are they expected to be girly and cutesy, they're expected to be BRATTY. Since when did it become acceptable for little girls to be catty and gossipy and mean? Yeah. That's right. That's why I had no friends when I was a kid.

    No, really.

    It's stupid.

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