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Sunday, March 29, 2009

Discussion

Okay guys here we go. I don't expect high attendance today and I don't think I am going to be very good at this kind of moderation but I thought we could start with questions to lead discussion:

1) What did you like about it?

2) What didn't you like about it?

3) I swear that I always thought it was El-arairah who came for Hazel but a lot of people thought it was the Black Rabbit of Inlé. What say you? What proof do you have?

4) What is the deal with Woudwort? Good leader or bad? And why do all dictators have humble beginnings?

5) Favorite part?

6) Leadership style of Hazel. Why do people follow this guy? Would you?

7) Why does the movie for this book suck so royally?

8) Should Smart Remarks BC read books that are not romances?

Go.

236 comments:

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Jenny ESP said...

Yikes, I just got my review up, and I need to read Markies and Stands... brb

Landee said...

Me too. I will be unable to write my review before the discussion because I just finished it today and then had to run to some YWs thing. brb

Jenny ESP said...

Oh, and it was El-ahrairah who came for Hazel for sure. Cuz of his shinning ears.

Flem said...

Yay Jenny. So why did people think it was the black rabbit?

StandsMom said...

I thought it was the black rabbit too. I'm gonna have to look. Did Bigwig really say Silflay Hraka? That's AWESOME!!

Memzy said...

K, my home teacher are here. So I have this to say:

I could never get over the fact that it was about rabbits. The end.

Markie23 said...

Markie checking in.

Flem said...

What? That is unbelievable memzy. Good thing me love you long time.

The rabbits were a stumbling block? Well my bad.

Markie23 said...

and off to read the other two reviews.

Flem said...

Markie I didn't comment but I loved your review. Thanks for making me love the book allll over again.

Also you were the wind beneath my wings this whole time. No one else was giving me a second of love on this except you so you are my new fave and you definitely win the prizeola. Coming at you after you email me your addy. You can FB it to me if you like.

StandsMom said...

Yeah. Something about silver light? Is that El-ahrairah? I LOVE that Hazel decided that he wouldn't be needing his body anymore and left it lying on the side of a ditch.

Katie said...

Is it cool if i crash this exclusive meeting. I just have to see what all the fuss is about.

Hazel is a boy? Not cool...

Flem said...

Yeah Standsmom I really love that part too. That is the part where I cry because I think that is kind of a spiritual moment in which his body and spirit separate.

So you agree then?

Jenny ESP said...

Back. deep reviews gize.

I think people thought the black rabbit was the only rabbit who came for you when you died, but that wasn't the case. He was the scary rabbit of death that comes to take you to H, but death isn't always scary and you don't always go to H. Why would Hazel be taken to live with the black rabbit in the end? depressing.

Katie said...

I am still number two on the list for this book. I am not going to judge the book based on the lack of copies available.

Katie said...

You better impress me though, or I don't know if I will bother picking it up when it does come in.

Markie23 said...

I WON?? YIPEE!!! I thought for sure after my Obama comment I was out of the running completely.

StandsMom said...

Agree that it's El-awhatever? I guess. I don't remember where the silver thing came in. I thought it was a really sweet way to describe him dying. No pain, or anything at all. I thought it was a spiritual moment too.

Flem! I tried to love ya! I LOVED the questions and everything. Prollie just because I'm a newbie and all excited and stuff.

StandsMom said...

P.S. my husband is so wondering why there isn't some like chatting with some IM thing. He keeps coming in and making suggestions. LOL!!

Markie23 said...

btw queso... I am all about "whole wheat".

Jenny ESP said...

Markie wins??? and I wasted valuable time coming up with answers at the last minute. And they were actually correct and stuff. But I guess Markie wins for loving it to death. Silflay hraka Markie!

Flem said...

Standsmom you really were good! I am sending something to you too but you have to tell me how many kids you have at home.

Markie is getting the BIG prize but I made some smaller ones too and Standsmom was DEF in the running. Markie was just the first to feel the love.

Flem said...

Standsmom we should totally do a chatroom. Tell your husband to set us up. My aunt was in town so I couldn't be as creative today.

And I want to talk about Woundwort. Was he good or no?

Jenny ESP said...

My favorite part was when Bigwig was being all loyal and brave in the honeycomb. --just answering your questions, this is not coming out of nowhere

Markie23 said...

Jespy is a bitter little hlessil.

Katie said...

Anyways...

Is it me? I can leave, if you want me to. I am totally cool with spoilers btw.

StandsMom said...

So, to the questions...I loved that it was about rabbits. I didn't love seeing dead rabbits on the highway and immediately thinking about Hazel. I never thought the Black Rabbit represented H. Just death and that the rabbits didn't like the idea of death, so that's why they made it sound bad. Woundwort was BAD bad bad. We all start humble. Right? Hazel was a humble level-headed leader. It reminded me of Flower (Meerkat Manor). He didn't demand respect like Woundwort. He commanded respect just by being himself. I was just wondering about a movie. They could probably make a good one now with the computerized stuff. Don't know about the lack of romance. I read Austinland and swooned all the way to the end in about 24 hours.

Jenny ESP said...

Here's the deal with woundwort. He had a good idea, keeping rabbits safe, making them powerful, and that's why I think so many rabbits joined him. But like many good leaders with good ideas, he had bad intentions. Nazi. BUT, notice that Watership Down applied many of his ideas to their down.

Landee said...

That wasn't El-soenogeigo, it was Rabscuttle. Gosh you gize are dumb.

Flem, I loved the book.... well, the last third of the book. But looking back I can see how the first 2/3 were necessary for me to get the characters and I love books like that. Slow & steady wins the race.

My fave part was the Silflay Hraka part too. Oh, and hraka one end, jokes the other. Cuz that's me you gize. ::badum ching::

Flem said...

The movie for this book is LAME lame lame. Times ten.

I saw it as a kid and it freaked me out because fiver was such a psycho. You can watch some scenes on youtube if you like but you WILL regret it. Maybe memzy should try.

StandsMom said...

My husband would love to do that. He gets excited about that kind of stuff.

YAYAYAYAYAY!!!!!!! I was in the running ::singsongy:: ! I have three kids. Exact replica of Landee's.

Flem said...

Did anyone read the intro that Richard Adams wrote about the characters being like men he served with in WWII?

Jenny ESP said...

Stands--there is a WSD movie. Heard its pretty psychedelic.

Katie--good of you to join us and listen in. any thoughts?

Flem said...

K Standsmom have Landee give you my email and send me your mailing address (or give it to her if you don't like online friendships) and you will get it USPS.

Landee said...

Ya ya, I read 'im. Das goot. Das goot.

Landee said...

I'm thinking we like the comments so we can keep them forever. Can you keep a chatroom thingy forever?

StandsMom said...

Oh I SO have an issue with online friendships. That's why I'm doing this.... :) JK!

Kehaar drove me nuts but I got a huge kick out of him too.

Landee said...

Is that srsly the only comment Memzy is gonna make? She's got problems.

Markie23 said...

Woundwart was your typical dictator. The character I actually found more interesting was Campion. I think he was actually a good rabbit, loyal to his leader, and bound by duty without question. We honor our troops regardless of how we feel about the war, and I think Campion deserved some honor. On the other hand as a soldier do you have some responsibility to make sure that the battle your fighting is just. And what if if you think it isn't... do you still blindly carry out your orders. I am so thankful I have never had to be in that kind of situation.

Landee said...

I didn't understand a word the farm girl and her dad said. Was it anything important?

StandsMom said...

I luuuuuuvvved it when he said 'you 'urt me, I 'urt you like damn.'

StandsMom said...

Landee, if you couldn't understand the farmers and you hate country music...you ain't very redneck, is ya?

Jenny ESP said...

I hated that I had to decipher Keehars dialog, and the farmer's dialog too. That was awful. Laid it on a bit thick, I think

Jenny ESP said...

Memzy, what the? Come back

Landee said...

Since I like crushes, I'm gonna say Bigwig won my heart. Him and that little tuft of hair on the top of his head.

And I loved that they all assumed he was the Chief Rabbit because he was the biggest/strongest/best fighter. But then ::woot woot!:: there was Hazel.

I'm not sure what made Hazel such a good leader.... he did have some brilliant ideas. Brains over brawn?

Flem said...

Well in Adams' defense he is actually Bri'ish so it would be less work for a Brit to decipher, ya know?

And I loved Kehaar. Lucy's pop was a bit o'er the top I agree.

Jenny ESP said...

^^agree with L

StandsMom said...

I don't think you can preserve a chat thing.

Memzy said...

K, the home teachers are gonzo.

oye. It was about RABBITS people!!!!

Landee said...

Stan, that's the nicest thing anyone has ever said to me.

Jenny ESP said...

^^they should have translated the US version in US farmer's slang

Markie23 said...

Hi StandsMom. I'm Markie. I don't think we've been introduced. Do you have a child named Stands?

Flem said...

Yeah I loved Bigwig too landee. He was like the tough guy but also humble enough to recognize Hazel was numero uno.

I think Hazel was good because he listened to people. Fiver is the one who saved them but he was always having seizures and such so no one would follow that guy.

Landee said...

Memzy, srsly you can't look past that? This is so weird.

Memzy said...

And also it was about a million different kinds of vegetation.

Jenny ESP said...

Memzy, I gave my HT the keys to the street at 7pm. I was like, "you need to get gone!" I have SRBC meeting.

Memzy said...

See? I see past the rabbits......to the flower descriptions.

Jenny ESP said...

I think it would be Stand. Not Stands. I'm Jenny, btw.

Memzy said...

My fave part of the book is that I now get to use the word "silflay" and "hraka" on the regulah. And my hubby and you gize know what I'm talking about.

StandsMom said...

Hey Markie! Nice to meetcha. :) No...I don't have a kid named Stands. Haha! My last name is Stanz and I have to be really clear all the time with spelling. People hear 'Stands' and then the z is confusing. I don't know... That sounds dumb.

Landee said...

I also loved when Blackvar couldn't remember that he had mentioned they might be in fox country.... and then forgot he had said that.

Then when they asked Hazelythwhatever if she thought like that, she was like "I'm a doe."

Lollerz

Markie23 said...

Good review Mother of Stand. And where are the other reviews? Did only three of us read it? I know Queso read it. Is the host exempt from writing reviews. Guess I'm off the hook next month.

StandsMom said...

hi Jenny!

Jenny ESP said...

I don't think it was hard to get past the fact that they were rabbits, but it was hard to get past the fact that they don't have all the same human emotions we have. Almost dead inside. They got better toward the end, but in the beginning, they did not think like individuals, they thought like a group. If one rabbit died, it was no biggie. The group would go on.

Flem said...

Wait, memz, if we did a book about magical creatures would that be okay?

Like Vampires for example?

Memzy said...

No, Jespy. They were rabbits tho.

Memzy said...

Rabbits are real yo. And stupid looking. Like, they look dumb.

Landee said...

You didn't get all titillated when it was like "Then there was some mating"???

Flem said...

My post is forthcoming Markie. It is taking a long time to upload. It was supposed to be done fast but I had tech difficulties due to the fact that I live in freaking University housing.

Jenny ESP said...

L--I loved that part too. At first I thought he was pretending not to remember bc he was so loyal to Bigwig. That would have been touching.

Landee said...

My other new favorite term was "tharn." Oh how I loved it when some bunny went all tharn on their hineys and couldn't move a muscle. Hilarious.

Flem said...

Yeah, the part when Hazel said "has anyone made it with her yet?" it wasn't sensual enough for ya?

Markie23 said...

Gotcha Queso... now what's Landee's excuse?

Memzy said...

"doing it like rabbits" had a whole new meaning for me.

StandsMom said...

That's an interesting thought process, Jenny. The whole animal though thing compared to human thought. It would be really weird to try and work that all out to actually write the story. We're so spoiled as humans. If someone gets hurt or sick, we have doctors to take care of it. They just have to wait and hope that it gets better. You either heal or you don't. I thought it was kind of gross that they cleaned eachother's wounds. Necessary and obvious, but if I thought about it too much it grossed me out.

And all this talk about hraka! Whatcha all think about chewing pellets? yummmmmmmm.

Flem said...

Blackavar had a handicap. He was like, blind or something. You wouldn't make fun of a blind person (like photoshopping them or something) would you?

Landee said...

Mine will be coming forthwith as well. I've gone all tharn & stuff right now.

I finished 10 minutes before I had to head out to Standards Night (don't have premarital sex, you gize).

Jenny ESP said...

Blindy on AI goes tharn all the time.

Memzy said...

K, "rabbits" aside, I am grateful that Flem made me read this book. It made me feel all smart like she is when peeps would see what I was reading.

Flem said...

One thing we haven't discussed is the dealio with the rabbit folklore. You have to admit it was pure genius. The "lapine" language and all the elarairah bizness. Amazing, really.

StandsMom said...

Having to find mudders was such a romantic notion!

Memzy said...

Cuz usually I'm reading young adult stuff soooooo

Markie23 said...

Did any research rabbits chewing pellets? Is that like a cow chewing cud? I did look up what a Stoat was. It must be scary being a wild rabbit.

Jenny ESP said...

Wait wait wait, I thought you didn't believe in special treatment for the blind, flem? Treat them like real people, remember? He happens to look like Fiver.

Flem said...

Aww memz that was nice. But if you didn't like it maybe I am the one who is not so smart for recommending it.

Landee said...

I loved the rabbit stories. They were like the scriptures. Taught important lessons that rabbits have to know about how to steal from people and stuff.

Memzy said...

I like that Hazel had a girl name. I think our society should encourage that more often.

Jenny ESP said...

Chewing pellets is chewing hraka, BTW. I looked it up. Chew on that people. That's why rabbits mate from behind. No lie.

Landee said...

Hraka breath is the worst.

Memzy said...

I loved that when I took that quiz on which character I was----I came out as the kiss arse lady rabbit Hazenthlay. She rules.

StandsMom said...

Hazel, buttercup, daisy...great names for boy bunnies. But Hyzenthlay? Thethuthinnang? What the heck kind of names are those for girl bunnies?

Jenny ESP said...

Sometimes the rabbit folklore was interesting to read, and sometimes it just halted the story when I wanted to keep reading. I dunno.

Flem said...

Touché Jennyesp.

But speaking of Blackavar, the fact that Bigwig didn't want to leave him behind was one of my favorite parts at that action scene. Bigwig he plenty good fella.

Memzy said...

Leave it to Jespy to research rabbits sexual positions

Markie23 said...

L O L Jespy.

Memzy said...

Um, Blackavar's face appears in my nightmares now. Like, all mutilated and stuff. Is that bad?

Landee said...

Did anyone else think Rabscuttle was gay and majorly crushed on El-ahrairah? Why else would he do all the lame stuff of the fancy plans?

Jenny ESP said...

How do you pronounce hraka? It's missing a vowel.

Memzy said...

And did I mention he and Thethuthennang are getting it on?

Markie23 said...

I think the H is silent

Memzy said...

I pronounce it with the missing vowel.

Landee said...

Wait, who did Hazel end up doing from behind? I never quite figured that out.

Memzy said...

"hooraka"

StandsMom said...

Blackavar's face does nothing now that I know Hasaan.

Memzy said...

Fiver Landee. Hazel was also gay........and incestuous.

StandsMom said...

Aren't humans the only species who don't exclusively go from the back?

Jenny ESP said...

The nonchalant mating talk sometimes gave me the heebie jeebies. Like the does were pieced of meat who had no say in the matter.

Memzy said...

Stands!!! Are you talking about what I think you are talking about?

Landee said...

I pronounce it h-raw-kuh. Heavy on the ayche cuz it's fun.

Memzy said...

Jenny---they were rabbits.

Flem said...

Nice degeneration of conversation. Happens everytime, even without romance.

Would you rather live at Efrafa or at the crazy place with the snares?

Jenny ESP said...

Speak for yourself Stand. Ahem

Memzy said...

Better spelling of that Landee. That's how I say it too.

StandsMom said...

Huh? Not in the back. Ge'ez!

Landee said...

They were pieces of meat... but it seems to me they got to choose cuz once that hyzenchica was like "And we'll get to mate with whomever we choose??"

And, btw, the warren would have died without the girlers. They risked everything to get them some tail. Men are so dumb.

Memzy said...

Snare place. Cuz I'd know they were all crazy and I'd be sane. But then again, I'd be a rabbit.

Jenny ESP said...

I would rather live at Efrafa.

StandsMom said...

Sorry to veer so far off the topic. :::sorry!!::: I think I'd rather live in the snare place and just try to be really smart about it. Well fed, but not stupid?

Landee said...

I'd rather live at the snare place. I'm pretty much dead inside anyway. Then, when my time came, that silver wire would take me to the Black Rabbit and all would be fine.

None of this risking my life for people and caring and stuff. No thankies.

Markie23 said...

I wish I had a little gay friend like Fiver. He's better than a magic eight ball.

Landee said...

Plus they smelled soooooo good.

Landee said...

No, srsly, you gize.... who did Hazel DO??

Jenny ESP said...

Their whole goal was to get laid. Remember who they stopped on the way home, dug a few holes, and had a few quickies? And then that doe got eaten by the fox and they were all "oh well". That's what I meant about the rabbits not having our same human emotions.

Flem said...

Wow I would totally pick Efrafa because the snare place was B-O-R-I-N-G. And it was the one place where I totally skipped. I am not into that weirdo poetry, at least at Efrafa you got the rabscuttle stories.

Markie23 said...

Yeah, the snare place, but I'd never get snared.

StandsMom said...

I was kind of laughing at the mental image of rabbits hauling cabbages and stuff in their mouths.

Landee said...

What did you gize think about those lame quotes at the beginning of the chapters??

Memzy said...

But at the snare place you could trick the ones you didn't like to get caught in the wire and then make your own special rabbit group and then rule the world!!! ::evil laugh::

......the world of rabbits

Flem said...

Its evolution. Why was Bigwig so strong? Cuz 'e wanted 'ittle peegvigs running around.

Sorry if you don't believe in evolution but its true.

Jenny ESP said...

I wanna know who Bigwig mated. They're gonna have lots of baby daddies around Watership Down.

Markie23 said...

Bunny tail makes men brave.

StandsMom said...

Were there quotes? I didn't read any of them.

Landee said...

We have tons of rabbits around here and a huge community of prarie dogs just out the back door. I wonder what drama is kickin' out there.

Markie23 said...

Why do you think they call playmates Bunnies? Think about it.

StandsMom said...

Landee that's so funny!!! I think that every time I drive by one of those stupid prairie dog fields!

Landee said...

Bluebell was the horniest one ever. He had nothing to contribute to evolution.

Flem said...

WHAT?? Lame quotes? I totally loved those:

"He went consenting, or else he was no king... It was no one's place to say to him, "It is time to make the offering."
-Mary Renault, The King Must Die.

Then Hazel gets shot. THAT is awesome literary device peeps.

Jenny ESP said...

The creepy place was too creepy for me. And I never read the quotes at the beginning of each chapter.

Markie23 said...

The quotes added NOTHING to the chapters.

Landee said...

I coulda gotten done a week ago if I didn't read those quotes. That's allz I'm sayin.

StandsMom said...

Flem - were you totally like a straight 'A' student or something? I was in AP english in HS, loved Shakespeare and all of that. But now - after so many years of Max and Ruby, I've lost my 'literary device' radar.

Jenny ESP said...

The quotes took up too much time. Had to think about them. If this was English 101, then I might have read them.

Flem said...

Okay also I want to make a soundtrack for this book like S. Meyer did for Twilight. So all I have so far is "They Paved Paradise and Put up a Parking Lot" and "Take the Long Way Home." Any other suggestions?

Landee said...

The Long & Winding Road

Markie23 said...

Does anyone know what "Tales From Watership Down" is? Is it an abridged version, or maybe just the El-whowever stories, or what?

StandsMom said...

Btw - Landee. I read just the first 10 pages of The Girl Who Could Fly. I think it's going to be a good book, but the people are hicks. You'd probably need a translator.

Landee said...

And Howie Day's Bunnies, si claro.

Flem said...

Sadly I was never a straight A student. Ask landee, I am a super underachiever in the classroom (also bad test taker). But I did teach in an integrated Social Studies English course so maybe that is where I picked up on literary device. Whoops maybe I am more boring than I thought.

Jenny ESP said...

"They Paved Paradise and Put up a Parking Lot"

^^only if you really wanna turn people off the book.

Memzy said...

No you are just WAY smarter than you think Flem.

StandsMom said...

I just don't like that paved paradise parking lot song. :::gag:::

Jenny ESP said...

Flem, you are like ten english teachers smashed into one.

Flem said...

Wait you don't like the original or the Train remake? Wait is that Train?

StandsMom said...

oooooh. Bop bop bop. Oooooh bop bop bop.

Memzy said...

What about "Wind Beneath my Wings"?

Jenny ESP said...

Markie--I think you're right about that second watership down book

Jenny ESP said...

It's counting crows and Michelle Branch, not train. Hate all versions of that song

Flem said...

Wait Standsmom are you seriously singing EnVogue? Never gonna get it? As in mudders? That is funny.

Memzy said...

She's singing "parking lot" song.

Landee said...

River of Dreams by Billy Joel

Jenny ESP said...

Stands--took me a minute to figure out your ooooo bops. lollerz and gag

Memzy said...

No takers on Wind Beneath my Wings?

Jenny ESP said...

What about the river is wide?

Landee said...

Adam Lambert's Tracks of my Tears... just cuz.

StandsMom said...

ummmm. No - if the En Vogue thing is funny, then YES! That's exactly what I was doing. (not). I'm SO not that creative - or quick.

Memzy said...

Srsly, Bette Midler. From Kehaar to BigWig. no one?

Landee said...

Btw, I feel bad for hutch rabbits now. They are so dumb.

Markie23 said...

"At The Hop"

Flem said...

Thanks Jenny. I thought it was train but you are right.

StandsMom said...

Adam Gayliner has enough tracks already - or just too much texture there. He needs some laser treatments if he's gonna be some bigA stupidstar. And, I just didn't love that song he did. Sorry. I will not NOT like him.

Landee said...

I'll take it Memz. I made a Wind Beneath My Wings joke earlier this week. It killed.

StandsMom said...

That's funny Memz! Somehow I hear russian folk music when I think about Kehaar.

Memzy said...

It always does Landee. Always.

Jenny ESP said...

You gize are all the wind beneath my wings. sniff.

Flem said...

I thought Kehaar was german. Russian?

But in the intro R. Adams said Norwegian. So that wins I guess.

Oh Markie I want to read Plague Dogs btw. That might make non-bunny people happier.

StandsMom said...

So I totally loved the dog story. When he tricked him so he could sneak into the house. Dogs are dumb.

StandsMom said...

Almost like a rabbit and dog version of Tom and Jerry.

Memzy said...

K, I've gotta go putty some holes and touch up some paint. I'm outtie.

.........like a rabbit.

Flem said...

So what is the overall verdict? Give the book a rating. And what about the non-romance bit. Obviously some people can make sex out of nothing but there really wasn't much to work with soo... should we stick with teenage romance novels?

Anyone?

Landee said...

Is this convo winding down? I just started listening to my podcast again so I'm good for another 29:35.

Jenny ESP said...

There are actually a lot of songs called "watership down" inspired by the book. Look it up on iTunes.

Flem, you did an awesome job with the SRBC, btw, just like we all knew you would. Can't wait for Markie's announcement.

Flem said...

Thanks for sticking around memz.

And even if you regret the time wasted, you can check at least one book off the "BBC You Shoulda Read It" list. Most people have apparently only read 6 so I did you all a favor.

Landee said...

I give it 3.5 out of 5 stars. The last third was awes. I don't think we should stick with teenage romance novels tho. Variety is key.

StandsMom said...

I'd rather go with the idea that it's just going to be some cool scifi story - like Graceling and then be surprised with someone lovely like Po! Oh my. Po. Anyway....if it's a teenage romance, don't tell me. I want to be pleasantly surprised! Hee hee!

Jenny ESP said...

I think every good book needs a love story. Not necessarily a romance.

Landee said...

Love does not make the world go round, Jespy. Violence does.

StandsMom said...

I think I'd give it 3.5 out of 5 too. It didn't move me enough for a 4. But it was certainly better than a 3.

Markie23 said...

The book was awesome. I loved it. And personally I like variety. It was nice to have some real literature this time.

Jenny ESP said...

I think the second half of the book saved the first half. I would give the first half 3 out of 5 stars. Second half gets 5 out of 5. Its no HG tho.

StandsMom said...

F is for fire that burns down the whole town, U is for uranium.....bombs!

Flem said...

I am going to summarize key points on these comments:

1)Memz doesn't like classics or rabbits.

2)Markie likes violence and torture like others of his party

3)Standsmom is a great addition to this group and also knows weird stuff about animal mating habits.

4)Landee always brings it back to AI and has a limitless supply of jokes rolling out the end not putting out hraka.

5)Jennyesp knows lots of stuff like Counting Crows songs and is super quick on internet research while simultaneously making good comments.

Flem said...

I give it a 5. Yep you heard it right.

Jenny ESP said...

Markie, when will you make your big announcement?

I agree with variety, BTW.

Flem said...

Also my review is still uploading.

Memzy said...

Um, what about The Exodus Flem?

Landee said...

Good summarizing Flem.

Still, no one could answer who Hazel got it on with. I guess he left his virgin body in a ditch.

Jenny ESP said...

Flem--you have me pegged.

Memzy said...

I want variety too just for the record.

Jenny ESP said...

I will confirm, there are a lot of classics that suck.

StandsMom said...

Awwww. Thanks Flem!

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