THE GREAT EXPECTATIONS KWIZ ANSWER

January 18, 2019

In Dickens’ original handwritten manuscript you will find the name Melchior Boot struck out and replaced with Herbert Pocket.

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THE GREAT EXPECTATIONS KWIZ

January 17, 2019

Before settling on Herbert Pocket as the name of this character, Dickens considered calling him:

a. Melchior Boot.

b. James Smith.

c. Peckinpaw Piddle.

d. Merrymount Sleeve.

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NEEDED PUBLICATION

January 16, 2019

How To Navigate The Urge To Merge With Compassion And Empathy: A Remedial Instruction Manual For Supreme Court Justices, Presidents, And Others Of The Ilk

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HAPPY UNBIRTHDAY, EDWARD LEAR

January 15, 2019

There was an odd man with a beard

who had twenty siblings – how weird

It’s no wonder that he

spouted nonsense for free

That artistic odd man with a beard

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NOT GOING GENTLE INTO THAT GOOD NIGHT

January 14, 2019
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BLOODLINE HAWKFACE

January 13, 2019

Bloodline Hawkface sat on the floor

Bloodline Hawkface gazed at the door

Bloodline Hawkface gasped in fright

When Spewing Gore gushed in from the right

To batter him with fists of steel

Bloodline Hawkface shouted, ‘Yes!

I did it! I did it! I confess!’

Detective Sergeant Inspector Dial

Allowed himself a triumphant smile

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SNAGGLETUSKS

January 12, 2019

The new queen moved through her gathered horde of subjects in stately dignity flanked by her green bladed bodyguards. Individual blossoms shoved and jostled to gain position for a better view.

‘They say she has snaggletusks. Can you see? Does she have snaggletusks?’ asked a young bloom hopelessly blocked somewhere on the outerest edge of the crowd.

‘Do not be ridiculous,’ snorted a neighboring senior blossom. ‘Her beauty is unsurpassed. Everyone knows that. Snaggletusks, indeed.’

‘But can you see? Can you see?’ insisted the young bloom.

Another nearby lavender fellow spoke up, saying, ‘I can see the very tiptop of her head. My view is otherwise blocked by her guard.’

‘That is so,’ agreed others, nodding.

The new queen swept on and disappeared behind the doors of the great castle. The crowd dispersed, for the most part mumbling contentment. The young bloom, however, muttered to herself, ‘I bet she has snaggletusks.’

In the castle, the queen was ravenous. She eyed the great mound of food brought and set before her. She smiled, unsheathing her snaggletusks.

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THE WAITING FOR GODOT KWIZ ANSWER

January 11, 2019

Lucky was actively anti-tennis.

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THE WAITING FOR GODOT KWIZ

January 10, 2019

Here Didi and Gogo are listening to Lucky as he explains:

a. the best way to remove wrinkles from an elephant.

b. why tennis is a game to be subdued at all costs.

c. how corporations douse the ember of hope.

d. when how is why.

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LIES

January 9, 2019

The lying liar lies, and having lied, lies again.

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