I MESSED UP. You can't edit these, boo. LLotP = LHotP.
Or maybe I mean the grungy, diesel-punk spin off, Little Louse on the Pra- no, I just messed up. *hangs head*
You picked a
fine time to leave me, Lucille.
400 children (ahaha) and a crop and a field.
that was how I heard that as a kid, not "Four hungry children."
what is this gibberish? <-- checking this means you don't get the reference
<-- checking this means you enjoy checking boxes
I would like to answer a few questions about Little House, the books, because I am well-versed/reasonably well-versed in them
no (you'll have a question just for you, coming up)
Re: LLotP. A pairing I wish had been explored:
I hated Cap Gardner with his charm and smiles and bags of candy because I hate sunshine.
RE: LLotP. My feelings on Ma are:
that she was the WORST. Just hateful, that one.
okay, she was a product of her time.
YEAH, NO, OKAY. She made Laura give away her corn cob doll.
She hated Indians even though they tried to SAVE HER LIFE.
she clearly preferred Mary over Laura, and that is terrible.
Re: LLotP. When reading these books, I pronounced slough:
FINALLY. A NON-LLOTP QUESTION. So!
Some unholy mix of all three?
A sad box of raisins - inexplicably dry AND sticky - that you found between the cushions and you're so damn hungry that you'll eat it?
I will never understand how your brain works, Laura.
I DON'T HAVE TO TAKE THIS.
WHAT GIVES YOU THE RIGHT.
Seriously, someone give me a taco.
Fun fact! I didn't know for years
that it was pronounced "slew." I said "sluff." This is what comes of a lonely childhood and lots of quiet reading time: you figure out how to pronounce things on your own.
ION, I have reached a sort of max-density when it comes to pictures of Tyler Hoechlin. I now feel a physical ache in my chest at the sight of him and have to scroll past. THERE IS TOO MUCH ATTRACTIVE/NICE BOY STUFF HAPPENING and it hurts me, guys. It hurts me.
So let's do one! ONLY IMPORTANT PEOPLE OF HIGH INTELLIGENCE/SKILLS SHOULD DARE TAKE THIS POLL. You might hurt yourself, otherwise.