Oh the things you can think Created 10 years ago2011-07-16 16:40:17 UTC by zeeba-G zeeba-G

Created 10 years ago2011-07-16 16:40:17 UTC by zeeba-G zeeba-G

Posted 10 years ago2011-07-16 16:43:16 UTC Post #296687
Remember Dr. Seuss? Write a sentence or a few of an interesting thought you thunk.
Brown honey bee's building brilliant honey castles on wave place beach while the peach bugs snuggle in the mud.

The google gillian bats with their ancient wings and shiny things hover above her dashing basking in the sun, playing tag and having fun.

Old tether mc. squillian new a lot. He thank and thought and learned and tought. But ought it be, he couldn't talk, because tether mc.squillian was a rock.
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-16 18:13:45 UTC Post #296690
Dr. Seuss smoked LOTS and LOTS of weed ;)
Captain Terror Captain Terrorwhen a man loves a woman
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-16 18:17:16 UTC Post #296691
lol
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-16 18:19:07 UTC Post #296692
I have no fucking clue who Dr. Seuss is.
Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-16 18:57:53 UTC Post #296693
Same as above.
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-16 19:06:06 UTC Post #296694
Fish in a tree, how can this be?
Moaby MoabyMk. III
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-16 19:16:03 UTC Post #296695
How can they not know the doctor? He is a genius! A ryhme concoctor!
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-16 19:32:10 UTC Post #296696
Wait wait wait,
You don't know the best?
"how can this be?" cried Blitzeh
"Surely, you jest!"
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-16 21:38:16 UTC Post #296697
Oh the things you can see,
getting stung by a Falbee.
Stung by a Falbee,
your death you will see.

Some enjoy tea,
some to write a large "P"
But no one on earth
likes to be stung by the Falbee.

(I have no idea where that came from)
Notewell NotewellGIASFELFEBREHBER
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-16 22:09:41 UTC Post #296698
Hahaha awesome!

Come on guys, turn off thou lies. Quit telling fibs and winking your eyes as you turn to the side. The doctor is great. He told us great tales. He went down in history as a crazy old male.

Oh look I see a whazabee. Up in the tree wifting hither and thee. They sing like a lion and swing like a monkey. Its a tree whazabee and its funky.
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-16 22:38:00 UTC Post #296699
How do you not know who Dr. Seuss is?

The Grinch? Green Eggs and Ham? Really?
Luke LukeLuke
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-17 01:43:51 UTC Post #296700
Who the hell doesn't like ham anyways?
Dimbeak DimbeakRotten Bastard
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-17 01:52:23 UTC Post #296701
Daubster and Grim. I'll hold it. For now.

Dr. Seuss is awesome, all his books made me laugh as a kid. Same with a lot of kids, I think a Dr. Seuss book was the first one I red when I was little.
brendanmint brendanmintBrendan
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-17 01:53:29 UTC Post #296702
It's sad that kids my age find his books interesting and indepth.

Meanwhile, I'm off reading the Hobbit.
Dimbeak DimbeakRotten Bastard
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-17 02:29:23 UTC Post #296703
I just barely vaguely remember him, but I don't 'know' who he is.
Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-17 03:24:21 UTC Post #296704
It's sad that kids my age find his books interesting and indepth.
Not really, his books are pretty good. Reading them can bring back happy memories or something.
Meanwhile, I'm off reading the Hobbit.
The book is boring. I have a copy, didn't get to into it. And plus, kids your age need to be reading Good books. The Tunnels book series, or the Books of Ember Series, or even the Percy Jackson and the Olympians books.

EDIT:
Also, Crollo.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dr._Seuss
He is an extraordinary man. He is one of my favorite authors.
brendanmint brendanmintBrendan
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-17 04:05:21 UTC Post #296705
Ah yes, I remember him. Never could really get into those books, bugger I'd missed out.
Crollo CrolloTrollo
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-17 04:50:22 UTC Post #296706
one fish two fish red fish blue fish. I learned how to read reading this book!
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-17 06:17:59 UTC Post #296707
It's sad that kids my age find his books interesting and indepth.

Meanwhile, I'm off reading the Hobbit.
Yeah, I don't think Doctor Seuss books were really intended for 12 year olds, certainly not elitist 12 year olds. You're not impressing anybody, if that was your aim.
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-17 06:19:59 UTC Post #296708
It's sad that kids my age find his books interesting and indepth.

Meanwhile, I'm off reading the Hobbit.
Oh come on now, you don't seriously believe that do you? Can they really be that illiterate?

He taught me to read that crazy old kook,
oh look! A falmaraster! It gave me a spook!
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-17 06:26:57 UTC Post #296709
Anyhoo, I remember having a few of his books when I was really little, but they weren't all that memorable for me. From the age of 7-10 or so I was really into reading Tintin, but that's kind of beyond the intended age of Dr. Seuss books, which seem like they're more appropriate for 4-6 year olds. I guess his style didn't really appeal to me that much or anything.
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-17 09:44:30 UTC Post #296710
EVERYONE knows Dr. Seuss. His books, although primitive, were entertaining. Too bad I lost my books. Ah, nostalgia, how I love it.

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Posted 10 years ago2011-07-17 13:22:44 UTC Post #296715
Who the hell doesn't like ham anyways?
Muslims and Jews make up quite a percentage of the world's population I would imagine. ;)
Trapt Traptlegend
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-17 16:15:39 UTC Post #296716
And plus, kids your age need to be reading Good books
The Hobbit was fun. I've seen the Lord of the Rings movies, as well.

Also, I read the Stewart Little book before I saw the movie. The book was good, but when I saw the movie, it was straight up shit-crap-stupidity. Kids find stupid movies interesting and say that the books are lame. Rather than comparing how the movie is different than the book, they complain that the book is different than the movie.
You're not impressing anybody, if that was your aim.
It wasn't.
Oh come on now, you don't seriously believe that do you? Can they really be that illiterate?
They are... for a project we had to pick one of our favorite books. I picked Neil Gaimain's Interworld, they chose Dr. Suess's cat in the hat.
Dimbeak DimbeakRotten Bastard
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-17 17:19:22 UTC Post #296717
I picked Neil Gaimain's Interworld, they chose Dr. Suess's cat in the hat.
I think they win that one. Come on, who wouldn't pick the easier books. I hate when we have to write a whole book of a review about a book in school. English never was my favorite class. I'm more of a Computers and maths type of guy. Science is fun too.
brendanmint brendanmintBrendan
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-17 18:18:28 UTC Post #296720
...it was in art class....
we had to make a poster about the books.
Dimbeak DimbeakRotten Bastard
Posted 10 years ago2011-07-17 18:29:00 UTC Post #296721
Muslims and Jews make up quite a percentage of the world's population I would imagine.
Heck, your talking to a muslim right now. :lol:
...it was in art class....
we had to make a poster about the books.
Well that makes sense. It's not like they read those books now, Dr.Seuss sounds like a good choice for a project like that.

For example, my favorite book is Prey by Michael Crichton, but that wouldn't be a very good one to pick, as I would end up trying to draw nanobots.
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