Reading War and Peace

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airflamesred
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Re: Reading War and Peace

Post by airflamesred » 21 Jun 2017, 12:57

Wot r yew thinking of weeding nxt?


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Re: Reading War and Peace

Post by Bag Lady » 21 Jun 2017, 14:51

airflamesred wrote:
21 Jun 2017, 12:57
Wot r yew thinking of weeding nxt?


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My summer project will be to read the Bond books in order of publication. I don’t think that requires a separate thread…
Or perhaps my herbaceous border needs attention? :shock:
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Re: Reading War and Peace

Post by airflamesred » 21 Jun 2017, 18:55

Ah, my appologies, I was getting carried away with my scantily clad impersonation.

Now, Herbaceous border you say.

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Re: Reading War and Peace

Post by Bag Lady » 21 Jun 2017, 21:34

I did fleetingly consider reading Victor Hugo's Les Misérables next but need a break from long book reading. After the 40 page chapter describing the view of 15th century Paris from the top of the cathedral in his Notre Dame de Paris you just know there are treats in store in something longer... That's a thread for everyone to look forward to in the future.


Please use better positioning of the ostrich feathers next time you start simpering and acting coy.
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