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Updated: 2017-11-10T02:05:15.325-05:00

 



Last week while out to dinner, my girlfriend and I...

2008-05-12T11:02:00.000-04:00

Last week while out to dinner, my girlfriend and I had an entire, lengthy conversation about Dicey's Song. She's a 5th grade teacher, and was looking for a book to finish the year, and that was one of my recommendations. I love those books.

I've previously shared my love for Judy Blume and all she taught me about sexually charged situations (always found the best-friend girl scenes



Natalie J.: The amazing thing about our collective...

2008-05-11T22:52:00.000-04:00

Natalie J.: The amazing thing about our collective pain is actually I think they were probably right. I mean, I suppose it would've been nice if they'd made an effort to expose me to consensual sex between two adults before the other kind .. hm. I too am pale.

e.: Yes, Whatever Happened to Janie?. I don't remember. I think actually the first sex scene I read was in a Growing



wow what a smokin hot jacket. wait, I just got a c...

2008-05-11T18:00:00.000-04:00

wow what a smokin hot jacket.
wait, I just got a costume idea for T&S tomorrow...

Also, I haven't read any of these weirdo books cause I was too busy reading "Goosebumps" instead and playing legos and climbing trees.
(i.e. becoming the lesbian I am today.)
But I DO have the sudden desire to pick up "The Clockwork Orange."



hihi-first and foremost, was that really natalie's...

2008-05-11T16:22:00.000-04:00

hihi-

first and foremost, was that really natalie's response when asked about t&s? cause that is amazing and reason 456 why i love her.

also, we weren't allowed at the mall either, i feel like, until high school or something, hooligans hang out in malls, obvs.

i feel like most of these books were in our house as children, but will have to check on it and report back.



ps i forgot to comment on your sah-weet umich lett...

2008-05-11T15:43:00.000-04:00

ps i forgot to comment on your sah-weet umich letter jacket. hot.

also sadly, i'm no longer living in ny to see t&s, but i AM seeing your gf leisha and uh huh her on wednesday. i'll ask her where the fuhh your video is bc we are all waiting with bated breath for the autowin shoutout.

and yea, mallory was totally hot for kristy.



Oh, Lurlene McDaniel.... I could never really get ...

2008-05-11T13:54:00.000-04:00

Oh, Lurlene McDaniel.... I could never really get into her books, but I read some by another author that were along a similarly diseased vein, except with happy, recovering endings. I dunno, there was one about diabetes, one about anorexia, one about, like, teen pregnancy or something.

And "The Face on the Milk Carton"? I was all over that. (And the sequels. Oh, Caroline B. Cooney.)



I feel your pain. My dad was all like, "Oh, you ca...

2008-05-11T13:48:00.000-04:00

I feel your pain. My dad was all like, "Oh, you can't go to the corner shop by yourself just in case the Yorkshire Ripper is having a day trip to our end of the country, here, read A Clockwork Orange/1984/The Collected Works of Wilfred Owen/Tropic of Cancer/Howl or something else that is equally violent, depressing, homoerotic, sexually graphic or drugs-related instead. Reading is good for you."<



jo: Seriously I think someone dies at the end of e...

2008-05-11T13:44:00.000-04:00

jo: Seriously I think someone dies at the end of every book. LIke that quote was her responding to a reader question about if she ever intended to write a book with a happy ending.

eric matthew: Oh, my friend and cosmic mate, the reason I didn't mention bb-club here is 'cause I basically wrote them a (Insert agreements about books...blah blah...etc)T...

2008-05-11T08:20:00.000-04:00

(Insert agreements about books...blah blah...etc)

That final picture is glorious.



ZOMG, I think I read The Face on the Milk Carton a...

2008-05-11T05:16:00.000-04:00

ZOMG, I think I read The Face on the Milk Carton about twenty times. I can still picture the sheet cake with the goal posts drawn in icing. I might have to go find a copy. That and every Cynthia Voigt book. I vaguely remember being obsessed with Izzy, Willy-Nilly for a while. Or Lois Lowry books! Or Kit Pearson! It is so fascinating how much I wanted to be all these kids



I'm usually a lurker but i had to share excitement...

2008-05-11T04:29:00.000-04:00

I'm usually a lurker but i had to share excitement over Tegan and Sara monday...I too shall be there and am waiting for it to blow my mind



I haven't read any of those books, apart from A Cl...

2008-05-11T03:15:00.000-04:00

I haven't read any of those books, apart from A Clockwork Orange. Lurlene McDaniels sounds like a real treat though.

From memory, my childhood bookshelf only contained John Marsden and Ann A. Martin.

Can I make a recommendation? You should really read volumes 4 - 10 of John Marsden's Tomorrow series. I even know where you can find them, if you're interested.



umm kristy thomas was obvs a totes lez. also i lo...

2008-05-11T02:15:00.000-04:00

umm kristy thomas was obvs a totes lez.

also i loooooved the boxcar children and was not allowed to go to the mall alone either. although, i feel like i always saw these punk-ass kids smoking pot outside briarwood whenever i went so maybe your mom had a reason to be worried?

i think i was like 16 before i could go alone, and i expected some mallrats-type experience but



omg i am literally more in love with you now that ...

2008-05-10T23:07:00.000-04:00

omg i am literally more in love with you now that I ever have been.

a.) i SO thought dicey was always a little lesbianish. It was always real hard for me to read those books because I always pictured Dicey and her sibs to be like the annoying family in WalMart *shivers*

b.) Milk Carton...all i'm saying was this book scarred me for a long time. my sister had this obsession with



OMG Lurlene McDaniel! I owned at least 20 of her b...

2008-05-10T22:03:00.000-04:00

OMG Lurlene McDaniel! I owned at least 20 of her books! (and maybe still do...) Did any of them end with the main character not dying? Cuz I can't remember any that ended that way, which may have been why I loved them so much.