Susan Hated Literature
She'd much prefer to read a good book
I’ve just had someone say “Sweet” in a totally non-ironic/sarcastic/joke-y way. This is weird.
24 January 2008
Were they American?
I say it every now and then.
Without the sarcasm, I mean.
Sweet has been back in the old vocabulary ever since Napoleon Dynamite came out! Brings back good memories!
NM, yes they were.
Anne, I'm just shaking my head here.
Carl, I don't think any Irish person has ever said "sweet" without the sark-factor. Although I could be wrong. Haven't seen Napoleon Dynamite. Always meant to though.
@ErisLovesMovies So hard to know how it'll look...
About 2 months ago
RT @KidsBooksIrel It’s almost the weekend and another round of reviews are now live on our site!
From Happy Here (@_KnightsOf) to One Million Insects (@isabelwriting - @KidsWelbeck) there’s something for everyone this week.
Head to childrensbooksireland.ie/reco… for a browse!📚 pic.twitter.com/ZGtzuKJfUB
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About 4 months ago