((I should be able to get on for a little bit tonight and tomorrow! I have things drafted :) - If you wanna chat just message me!!))
I was reading The Wide Window for the millionth time and paying closer attention to the little details than I did in the past. Anyways, I just realized that, assuming Ike and Josephine share a last name, his name would be “Ike Anwhistle.”
"I can whistle."
(( oHM Y GO D
I’VE BEEN INTO THESE FUGKIN BOOKS SINCE I WAS 7 HOW DID I NEVER GET THIS PUN
I’M S O A NGR Y ))
— - Oh, well, in that case - - -
[ His insincere calm tone lasts for about a second before he snaps back to his regular restrained furiousness like a crocodile snapping its jaws shut. ]
I’m still angry.
Because. You. Ripped. One of my favourite portraits.
I MEAN LOOK AT THAT.
[ He points a bony, accusing finger at the barely noticeable tear across the side of The Birth of Olaf. ]
You better fix what you broke, orphan.
Or I’ll be making your death look like an accident.
Although Violet knew the tear would be simple to fix…
— If she could find any glue around this place…
She still didn’t see what all the fuss was about.
”Y-You can barely see it…”
She felt a chill go down her back as the villain threatened her.
On August 25, 1999, The Bad Beginning was published for the first time.
((Hello all! I’ve had a busy schedule as of late (school and work), that’s why I haven’t been on. I shall return when I have more time. I have things drafted! Like if I owe!
Love you all!!))
((Saw this on the car parked next to me… XD))
~ Happy MUNday! ~
((This is me practicing my Violet Wedding look from the 1st book! Ordered a veil and I have an old wedding dress I’m gonna try to use :D))
"It’s Okay, dear. You don’t have to leave." He smiled at her to show he wasn’t upset. Honestly, he was curious; a morbid interest he had. He wanted to read on the fire that not only killed his parents, but his triplet brother Quigley. "I just never read the article when it came out and I wanted to know how it was written. And once I sat down to read it, I realized how many facts were wrong with it." Duncan passed the article to Violet. "So I decided to sit down and fix it."
Violet felt a bit more comforted, hearing that she hadn’t offended the triplet.
“Well,” she started. “It’s a good thing you found the article then… With a crime that villainous, it’s only fair the story be told truthfully.”
She leaned back in the chair once more and gave a small sigh.
”I wish we knew how our house burned… it’s torture to not know. I wonder if we’ll ever know…”
She shook her head, not wanting to seek pity.
”I’m sorry,” she said shyly, brushing a strand of hair over her ear.
”Anyway… I think I should probably search for the books I’ll need. I think I’ve thought of the perfect way to rid the shack of those pesky crabs… but just to be sure, I’ll have to do a bit more research.”