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How the mighty have fallen🤣🫣🤷🏻‍♀️😅44 😳

The 90s OY.. aka I worked 3 jobs, raised my daughter…worked on recovering from massive traumas … spent my tiny spare time with Mr BookHippie ♥️

1. Home Alone
2. Sleepless in Seattle
3. Philadelphia

dabbe With all that, you still managed quite a few! I have watched your #2 billions of times, and I still absolutely love it. Thanks for playing, tagging, and sharing! 💚💚💚 18h
TheBookHippie @dabbe none of it was in theater alllll on VHS 🤣😳🫣🤷🏻‍♀️ 18h
dabbe @TheBookHippie Ahhhh, the good ol' days of VHS. And Blockbuster video. 🤩😂😀 18h
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TheBookHippie @dabbe I miss wandering the aisles with Mr BookHippie 🙃 18h
dabbe @TheBookHippie So true! You never knew what movie you'd find. It was like finding new treasure. #nostalgia 18h
willaful Ha! I got the same number but ranked 58th. The earlier you play the better! 14h
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Annihilation | Jeff VanderMeer
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Sandy book #2

Emma | Jane Austen, James Kinsley, Adela Pinch
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#WondrousWednesday @Eggs

Thanks for the tag @SpellboundReader

1 Iris Murdoch, I honestly don‘t know where to start with her novels. I also have some Dickens I still need to get to.
2. The twilight series.
3. Emma by Jane Austen started a love affair with all things Jane. I have reread her books many times.

@Itchyfeetreader @Lizpixie @Karisimo @IndoorDame @julieclair care to play?

Texreader I ❤️ Dickens. Start with the Christmas Carol, which has such hilarious descriptions. 22h
Cuilin @Texreader I love Dickens too. I read Carol nearly every December. I‘ve read some others but not all. I should probably read a new one a year at least. Bleak House is probably my favorite. Do you have a favorite? 21h
Eggs Agree on #2. Thx for joining in 🩵 21h
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Texreader @Cuilin I‘ve only read many of his short stories and The Christmas Carol is still the best. I‘ve read A Tale of Two Cities but don‘t remember it. And I‘ve listened to half of David Copperfield. I want to get back to his books but one really must plan ahead to read those chunksters 18h
Cuilin @Texreader I haven‘t read David Copperfield. Are you interested in a buddy read for fall/winter? 8h
Texreader @Cuilin Absolutely!! 8h
Cuilin @Texreader Yay!!! I can see if others would like to join us. I‘ll post a survey to gauge interest and we can come up with a plan. September-December? 6h
Texreader Sounds great! 3h
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1. There are probably loads. I mean, can I call myself an English major if I have never read Virginia Woolf?
2. Hello, Beautiful; A Little Life; The Midnight Library; anything by that hack, Colleen Hoover
3. Flowers in the Attic

dabbe #1: Can I? For some reason, Woolf has always scare me with the stream-of-consciousness writing. I'm horrible with that. And #3: YES! 😱 1d
JuniperWilde Your #2. 👏 16h
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Hell Followed with Us | Andrew Joseph White
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I was drawn in by the cover, but this debut novel is a stunning and angry rhetoric on anti-trans legislation, and religious trauma. It‘s not for the faint of heart but as the back cover quote from NYT states: it is a long, sustained scream. This book will stay with me.


Pride read #2

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🌹Assorted #authoramonth authors past and future: Zadie Smith, Shirley Jackson, Ray Bradbury, Sarah Waters
🌼 Tagged
🌺 In high school I read a couple James Michener chunksters, and I think that sparked my interest in historical fiction.

Eggs #2 I tried that one but couldn‘t stick with it…thx for playing🥰 21h
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I have read a couple of V. E. Schwab's books (which I loved every one so far), but with school and stuff, I couldn't commit to another novel this month. --- So. I plan on reading Issue #0, #1, and #2 of this comic series :) - because those I could get as a #LibbyLoan

#QueerBC @PuddleJumper

PuddleJumper Oo that's a great idea! Hope they are enjoyable 1d
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87% I was a kid and teenager during this decade and watched a lot of movies. There's a lot of good ones on the list, but I narrowed it to these 3.

1. Coal Miners Daughter
2. Footloose
3. Top Gun

#ThreeListThursday #TLT @dabbe

dabbe #2 and #3 would be in my top 5! “You take my breath away ... cut loose, footloose ...“ 😂😱😂 Thanks for sharing! 🤩🤩🤩 1w
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I Love the 80s | Megan Crane
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Doing this now because I‘ll be traveling tomorrow! #TLT

75/100–and I left off a few that I think maybe I saw but I wasn‘t totally sure? The ‘80s were my decade: high school and college years!

Three faves:
1. Airplane: “I am serious, and don‘t call me Shirley.”
2. Footloose: I had the soundtrack and played it in my car All. The. Time. 😀
3. Good Morning, Vietnam! I mean, ROBIN WILLIAMS. 🤷🏻‍♀️

Ruthiella OMG. Airplane! On bad days I often quote, “I picked the wrong day to quit sniffing glue”. 😆 1w
Amiable @Ruthiella It‘s the best! 😄 1w
willaful Surely you can't be serious! 1w
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dabbe We must be close to the same age, m'dear! HS and college = the 80s! 🤩🤩🤩 #1: 😂 #2: soundtrack meaning cassette or 8-track? 😂😂😂 #3: Gooooooooooooooooooooooooooood Morning, Vietnam! 🤩 Thanks for sharing! 🤩🤩🤩 1w
Amiable @dabbe Ha ha! Cassette in the car, but my sister and I did have an 8-track player in our bedroom! 😄 And also, I can‘t even look at the title of “Good Morning, Vietnam” without hearing it that way in my head. 😀 1w
dabbe @Amiable And I've been hearing it all day yesterday and today! 🤩🤩🤩 1w
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Wednesday's Child | Shane Dunphy
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Thanks for the tag @peaKnit

#wonderouswednesday @Eggs

1. Not anything in particular just a fun beach read is my typical go to for summer
2. My mom and I are heading to Mackinac island at the end of the month
3. Fun coworkers

@BethM @JenReadsAlot

Eggs #2 sounds lovely! 1w
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