Tuesday, May 02, 2017

"Maybe the related to wolf thing is wrong. Maybe some kid asked his mom, 'Where did we come from?' and she said 'woof.' And he was like, 'Wolves?! Cool!' and she was like, 'Yeah, sure.'"

 Wherein Jack raked her yard.

 With a tiny rake borrowed from adopted sisters. Not that it mattered since I have a tiny yard and it took me all of two minutes to rake the whole thing.

 Now I have to take a bed frame to the dumb BECAUSE APPARENTLY IN THIS TOWN WHERE EVERYONE BUT ME OWNS A FIRE PLACE NO ONE WANTS A BROKEN BED FRAME FOR FIRE WOOD!

 If I finished my breakfast in time...*Coughcoffeecough* then I can take the frame in early and walk to work rather than drive. But that means motivation to go to the dump rather than sit in bed with hot drinks and a good book. See my problem?

 Anyways, I was tagged by Ben. Therefore I shall do it. Mostly because it is a fun tag and not so much because she tagged me.

 1, We are never ever getting back together.
 (Pick a book you were in love with but then wanted to break up with.)

 I am looking at my book shelf which is dumb because if I did have a book I loved and then hated it wouldn't be on my shelf.
 This is hard, because the series I loved I still loved. I just hate the second, connecting series.
 Percy Jackson.
 I still love Percy and I love the first series from his view point. But then in the second series Rodian ruined Nico, and I quite loved Nico as Percy's little brother. Now. PFFT. Just, how dare he?

 2. Red
 (A book with a red cover.)

 This is easy. One of my Narnia books, The Horse and His Boy, has a red cover and I love that book. Then there is The Shadow Throne, Larklight, and Sandman - from the Guardians of Childhood series.

 3. The Best Day
 (A book that makes you feel nostalgic.)
 Narnia, Lord of the Rings, and Winnie the Pooh even though I didn't read any of those until I was older. I have wonderful memories with them. Oh! Also the Peter Rabbit series, which I did read when I was a bit younger. And Go Dog Go, the first book I read on my own.

 4 Love Story
 (A book with a forbidden love.)

 I don't really have an answer for this. I don't read romances and I don't think the few I've read have a forbidden love. Except maybe The False Prince series. I guess those two romances could be considered forbidden.

 5. I Knew you were trouble
 (A book with a bad character you couldn't help but love.)

Mott from The False Prince. Though you find out things at the end of the book about him, at the beginning he was the "bad guy" and I loved him right off. Same with Break from Pandora Hearts

 6. Innocent
 (A book someone ruined the ending on.)

 The False Prince. In fairness the girl who did it thought I was to the part when she spoiled it, and I had all but guessed it, but still.

 Also Pandora Hearts, but I asked my friend to tell me. Reasons

 7. Everything Has Changed 
 (A character from a book who goes through extensive character development.)

 Sorry, Ben, but you knew it was likely I'd pick him too.

 Break from Pandora Hearts. Also Oz, because he did as well.
 But Break. That weird man I didn't trust at first. Ouch.
 (I could have said the same thing for Vincent BUT THAT GUY IS A CREEP.)

 8. You belong with me
 (Your most anticipated book release.)

 The final Guardians of Childhood book, the one about Jack Frost. So. Long. To. Wait!

 9. Forever and Always
 (Your favorite book couple.)

 This is so hard! I don't read romances.

 Okay, I am going to be a rebel here, but you know. I haven't read the books yet, but I know there are manga which the anime was based off. So I am going with Ed and Winry from Fulmetal Alchemist and Mustang and Hawkeye. While I don't typically ship people - I didn't even really ship Oz and Alice from Pandora Hearts - Mustang and Hawkeye obviously like each other. EXCEPT SHE DIDN'T TAKE ALL HIS FLOWERS! Sheesh girl.

 Questions added by Ben because she is a nut. *Smiles sweetly at her.*

 10 Never Grow up
 (A book you read when you're feeling sad/emotional)

 Winnie-the-Pooh. Narnia. The False Prince. Pandora Hearts.

 11. Begin again
 (A book you've read multiple times but always go back to.)

 Prisoners of the Sea. I love that book. I mean I stole the fellas last name as my own last name, that's how much I love it. Also Vango and Prince without a Kingdom.

 12. Starlight
 (A book you hid in bed with/ fell asleep reading.)

 Vango, though I was living on my own so I didn't really have to hide. Also I hid in bed and read The Book Thief and Code Name Verity


 13. I know Places
 (The number one book you would take on a long trip away from home.)

 Vango. Also Prisoners of the Sea. But mostly Vango.

 14. Change
 (A book you've never read but want to and plan to.)

 Shakespeare, because I am a weirdo like that. Also a book by the author of Vango, which I can't read yet because it hasn't been translated from French. The same can be said for my Pandora Hearts Extras, which I can't read because they are in Japanese. Curse my sudden but inevitable dyslexia.

 That is all. Quote is from The Secret Life of Pets and is probably one of my top new favorite quotes.

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3 comments :

  1. Drag the broken frame to the curb - trust me, someone will pick it up.
    I must have an older version of A Horse and His Boy. My cover is a dark blue/black.

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  2. You always read such interesting sounding books! Sigh. Now I want to read everything.

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  3. *flails because the Ascendance Trilogy* Yeeesss! I love that series too. Jaron is awesome and Imogen is better. XD Also, Shakespeare is good. *nods*

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