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    Don't forget about:
    Jack and the beanstalk.
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    The all time classic 'Cat in a Hat' by the good Doctor Seuss
    "Nobody who has succeeded has not failed along the way"
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    Read the first 10% of my books "Didymus" and "The BEAST of BIKO BRIDGE" for free
    You can also read and download 100% free my short stories "A Real Surprise" and "Pieces of Eight" at
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    Okay, now you guys are intimidating me by the sheer calibre of books you are reading!

    Well, I've got news for you, I just read 'The Three little pigs!"
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    I am also keen on: Noddy goes to town (The revised version without that horribly racist Gollywog)
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    Winnie the Pooh does it for me. I enjoy the dynamic between the two opposite poles of Tiger and Eeyore, who are you?
    It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change. – Charles Darwin

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    Quote Originally Posted by pmbguy View Post
    Winnie the Pooh does it for me. I enjoy the dynamic between the two opposite poles of Tiger and Eeyore, who are you?
    Winnie the Pooh, no less! Don’t think I can beat that one! That said: “The Stinky Cheese Man: And Other Fairly Stupid Tales by Jon Scieszka, is keeping me glued and spell bound to every page!
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    For the mal pit eeters

    Jon Scieszka (SHEH-ska: which phonetically resembles the Polish word for "path," ścieżka) was born September 8, 1954 in Flint, Michigan and is an American author of children's literature, best known for his collaborations with illustrator Lane Smith. He is also a nationally recognized reading advocate, and the founder of Guys Read – a web-based literacy program for boys whose mission is "to help boys become self-motivated, lifelong readers." [1] In 2008 was named the National Ambassador for Young People's Literature by the Librarian of Congress.[2][3] His Time Warp Trio series, which teaches kids history, has been adapted into a television show.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pmbguy View Post
    Winnie the Pooh does it for me.
    Glad I could help
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    Ok so now to the shortlist of Best movies ever come on




    Forest Gump
    Another Earth
    The Butterfly Effect
    Pulp fiction


    Worst painful movies or series ever

    High school musical
    Mama Mia the movie (Not the band)
    Small vile
    My favorite candidate for the prize of all time worst movie or series ever is undoubtedly......Glee eeeeheee heeeee
    Makes me sick.
    I swear I can’t think of anything worse. I hope I don’t go to hell, because this shit would be playing 24/7
    It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change. – Charles Darwin

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