My Ranking Points
I’ve posted about this before, but it was a while ago, and I need something to activate this inactive group.
There’s one mistake I always make over and over and over again: picking up The Last Ever After near bedtime. I always tell myself that I’m just going to read one little part of it. But it’s so amazing, reading one little part of it is just impossible. You get gripped FAST, and then you just have to keep reading and reading and reading for hours, unable to go without reading what happens next even though you’ve read it a hundred times before. Your parents will tell you over and over again to brush your teeth and go to bed, but you’ve been ****** into the hypnotizing intensity of the story and you CAN’T STOP READING UNTIL YOU FINISH IT.
It happens, every single time, and I know it, so I know it’s always a bad idea to read The Last Ever After close to bedtime. But on some night or other, I end up doing it anyway.
I can’t tell if this is evidence of Soman being an an amazing writer or of me being a person who doesn’t learn from her mistakes.
It’s probably both.
The food fight! People are back to fighting on it now? Not just talking?
*face lights up*
*turns to Berry*
Well, what are we waiting for? Let’s do this!!
*we leap to @hesterofroom66 ‘s favorites page and get ready to dive deep in*
I am, like, terrified to go near that food fight. Because who knows what she did. I know she did something. I can’t even remember what I did last time I visited, but I know it was nothing good. And now she did something. I can tell.
if you’re reading this don’t tell me. You know who you are.
It’s like Tom and Jerry, isn’t it? First I was Jerry and she was Tom. Then she was Jerry and I was Tom. One of us is just trying to participate in a food fight in our own way while the other nearly kills them on a very regular basis. (I remember that much of what I did. And I know that’s part of what she did, whatever she did.)
…Did I mention how much I hate Tom and Jerry?