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1. Posted by SeeTheSky (Respected Member 558 posts) 10y

sleeeepwalking, one thing to know about this town, is its 500 miles underground and thats ok.

what is your favorite story.

2. Posted by Cupcake (Travel Guru 8468 posts) 10y

I thought..............you were calling me a bad name. :P
Favorite story? I can't narrow it down enough to pick a favorite...I have many...and all for different reasons. :)

3. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 10y

The story that ends with a litter of puppies being drowned always lifts my heart

4. Posted by grampsgirl (Budding Member 311 posts) 10y

one of the better books that i have read would have to be The Five people you meet in heaven

5. Posted by rbyslipahs (Respected Member 349 posts) 10y

The Chronicles of Narnia!!! (I just wish I had more room in this wardrobe to spread out--my computer takes up a lot of room!) Still can't believe my husband, preacher's kid at that!, has not read all seven.

6. Posted by SeeTheSky (Respected Member 558 posts) 10y

oh dear miss cuppy i would never do anything as such, im just violently spontaneus.

my favourite's probally Cowboy bebop. i dont know how many people are gonna know what that is though.

7. Posted by tway (Travel Guru 7273 posts) 10y

My Dad used to tell us a certain Mrs. McGillicutty lived in the trunk of our car, but was so embarassed by the awful smell of her feet that she wouldn't come out to see us. She 'disappeared' when we got the station wagon.

8. Posted by chemukh (Full Member 132 posts) 10y

Quoting rbyslipahs

The Chronicles of Narnia!!! (I just wish I had more room in this wardrobe to spread out--my computer takes up a lot of room!) Still can't believe my husband, preacher's kid at that!, has not read all seven.

Those books marked my childhood, I've read at least five times each of them. I remember I readed the first one at the age of six, it was my second full book after The Little Prince.

9. Posted by SeeTheSky (Respected Member 558 posts) 10y

Quoting tway

My Dad used to tell us a certain Mrs. McGillicutty lived in the trunk of our car, but was so embarassed by the awful smell of her feet that she wouldn't come out to see us. She 'disappeared' when we got the station wagon.

you win the priZE! a barrel made of cookie. cherish it well dear tina darling honeycakes (not you cuppy) fresh eggshells sandwiches and turnip salad for all! a celebration!

Catu catu little prince is the awesomest book... i wish i read it when i was ya ya younger-a

10. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 10y

Quoting tway

My Dad used to tell us a certain Mrs. McGillicutty lived in the trunk of our car, but was so embarassed by the awful smell of her feet that she wouldn't come out to see us. She 'disappeared' when we got the station wagon.

My dad made up a character named Mr. Boing-Boing. He was always hiding somewhere, ready to "spring" at you when you least expected. We would sit with the Sears catalog and plan imaginary vacations, picking all of our camping gear and items of importance from the pages. We always had to include things for Mr. Boing-Boing so he could come along too. I don't remember when Mr. B-B stopped being part of the family... :( (Maybe he and Mrs. McGillicutty eloped...)