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50.       duda
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 18 Feb 2007 Sun 08:25 pm

Mon plaisire, Jean...

51.       aenigma x
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 18 Feb 2007 Sun 08:25 pm

I have another children's book to add to my list!

The Wind in the Willows - Kenneth Grahame

Awwwwwww

52.       duda
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 18 Feb 2007 Sun 08:27 pm

You stole it from me...

53.       duda
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 18 Feb 2007 Sun 08:30 pm

But admit... you read "Harriette the Spy" when you was a child? Admit...

54.       aenigma x
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 18 Feb 2007 Sun 08:32 pm

Quoting AllTooHuman:

so called detectives.



Shouldn't that read "so-called detectives" ????

55.       duda
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 18 Feb 2007 Sun 08:34 pm

Or SoCalledDetectives... Uhhhh, this is going fast like Midnight Express!

56.       slavica
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 18 Feb 2007 Sun 08:34 pm

Quoting SuiGeneris:

To Duda and Slavica;

You are like walking libraries!!! Its unbelievable!!!
Now i bend infront of you!

With regards your majesty!



Dear Sui, in my case, it has something with my age: when I was a child, I didn’t have even television, not to mention video recorders and computers, so reading was my only entertainment. I’ve started reading before I went to school and from this time I didn’t stop. I don’t think there is a book of Alexandre Dumas, Zane Gray, Mark Twaine, Karl May... that I didn’t read. And when I came to highschool, it was matter of honor to discuss works of Dostoyevski, Hesse, (WOW! How could I forget Demian, Sidarta) Camus, Kafka...

Now I bend infront of you for your knowledge about computers

AND literature!

57.       aenigma x
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 18 Feb 2007 Sun 08:35 pm

Quoting duda:

Or SoCalledDetectives... Uhhhh, this is going fast like Midnight Express!



Hehehe! lol I didn't read Hariette the Spy, but I did read a lot of Ian Fleming

58.       duda
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 18 Feb 2007 Sun 08:37 pm

Quote:

Quoting slavica:

[AUOTE SOURCE=SuiGeneris]To Duda and Slavica;

You are like walking libraries!!! Its unbelievable!!!
Now i bend infront of you!

With regards your majesty!



Dear Sui, in my case, it has something with my age: when I was a child, I didn’t have even television, not to mention video recorders and computers, so reading was my only entertainment. I’ve started reading before I went to school and from this time I didn’t stop. I don’t think there is a book of Alexandre Dumas, Zane Gray, Mark Twaine, Karl May... that I didn’t read. And when I came to highschool, it was matter of honor to discuss works of Dostoyevski, Hesse, (WOW! How could I forget Demian, Sidarta) Camus, Kafka...

Now I bend infront of you for your knowledge about computers

AND literature!




Don't reveal our age! We will lose all of our spammers!

59.       aenigma x
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 18 Feb 2007 Sun 08:37 pm

Quoting slavica:

Dear Sui, in my case, it has something with my age: when I was a child, I didn’t have even television, not to mention video recorders and computers, so reading was my only entertainment. I’ve started reading before I went to school and from this time I didn’t stop. I don’t think there is a book of Alexandre Dumas, Zane Gray, Mark Twaine, Karl May... that I didn’t read. And when I came to highschool, it was matter of honor to discuss works of Dostoyevski, Hesse, (WOW! How could I forget Demian, Sidarta) Camus, Kafka...

Now I bend infront of you for your knowledge about computers

AND literature!



Awwwww Slavica! I did the same. In the end my parents would try to limit my reading the way parents now limit their child's computer time! I remember well reading under the bed covers with a torch after "lights out"

PS. Sui, please take care when bending in front of people!

60.       duda
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 18 Feb 2007 Sun 08:39 pm

Lucky you! You had the torch...

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