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Posted: Fri Mar 14, 2008 9:36 pm
glorybee wrote:(And on a side note--am I the only person here who will admit to snickering a little bit as a teen, every time I heard the phrase "Balaam's ass"?)
The sentence "Am not I thine ass, upon which thou hast ridden ever since I was thine unto this day?" cracks me up even more... Like his rear end is talking away to him.
So, I started talking to the bee "whachu wanna say ta me little Mr. bee? Come on. I know you're putting me on. Go ahead, say somethin'".
Don't worry, he didn't answer.
What's that mean about those of us who do
Posted: Fri Mar 14, 2008 9:43 pm
Miss Amy! I'm shocked! (and delighted)
Posted: Sat Mar 15, 2008 1:45 am
glorybee wrote:Sure they are! Like I said in the beginning, the definitions of personification and anthroposdajbalkjgfafgkljimorphism often overlap--I tend to think of personification as applying to things (like flowers) and anthroakfdsghnagjaasdlsdgkjambnzxmlfdksjimorphism to animals (or half-and-half animals), but if you want to call it all anthroalskjxcnasdlnalgjaoirtjldskagaglkjamorphism, be my guest.
Miss Jan -- Could you please pronounce those words for me?
Posted: Sat Mar 15, 2008 1:52 am
Teacher, are you demonstrating a frog trying to catch a fly? Otherwise you aren't looking very professional this evening.
Posted: Mon Apr 21, 2008 9:23 pm
Sorry to bring this back up but I guess I missed this week. And although my 'character' doesn't speak, does this still fall in with what you mean?
http://www.faithwriters.com/wc-article- ... hp?id=5239
It's an old story and still needs some work, but I loved rereading it anyway.
Posted: Mon Nov 03, 2008 7:32 am
Jan - just trying to catch up.
“Hey, you're supposed to be devouring hay in this new kingdom. So why the saliva drip every time I pass? You're supposed to lie down with me and be mates – you'll be in big trouble with the boss if you revert to your old ways.”
Snap! “That was worth dying for.”