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Old 07-30-2009, 04:38 PM
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here's your monster:

this is the end of the thread.

mods, please lock it down!
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I'm realizing, however, that the thread title didn't say there wouldn't be monsters elsewhere in the thread, as evidenced by the previous post.

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Isn't it the opposite? Shouldn't we post here forever so that we never get to the end?
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Old 07-31-2009, 11:13 AM
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I am curious how many posting within this thread know what they are talking about and how many have no clue
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I am curious how many posting within this thread know what they are talking about and how many have no clue
Considering he posted a link to the Amazon, I am guessing most have figured it out. I knew before then, though. I loved that book as a kid.

Keep posting or we will get to the monster!
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Old 07-31-2009, 11:29 AM
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Considering he posted a link to the Amazon, I am guessing most have figured it out. I knew before then, though. I loved that book as a kid.

Keep posting or we will get to the monster!
link was to a different book. Not so sure about IMP.

I loved reading that book to my kids.

Dads love books where we can do voices
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I don't remember it that well. I just assumed that was what it was called.
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I don't remember it that well. I just assumed that was what it was called.
The book name is the thread title {subbing book for thread}
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We spent the night at some friends' house on holiday, and I picked a book from their shelf to read to my boys. It was about garbage trucks in NYC, told first person from the point of view of the (hyperactive) truck.

Awesome voice potential. When I went back downstairs, my friend told me he does the exact same voice when he reads that book.
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