Where the Wild Things Are

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    13 Responses to Where the Wild Things Are

    1. This artist looks firmiliar, anyone know who it is?

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    2. Maurice Sendak.

      Where the Wild Things Are is one of the best children’s books evarr.

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    3. To coincide with the wretched grammar of the 21st century, shouldn’t it be retitled “Where the Wild Things Are At”?

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    4. No, because I am personally fighting a crusade to educate people not to end sentences with prepositions. I’m failing miserably, and it’s not my fault.

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    5. flintlocke: Are you sure they didn’t decide to go with “Where the Wild Things Be”?

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    6. This movie is going to be awesome.
      btw: Where the Wild Thins Be is a spinoff starring Ice Cube. No it isn’t. Silly.

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    7. @flintlocke
      Actually the correct form of that particular flavor of butchered grammar and pronunciation would be:
      “Were da wild thangs at?”

      following the cadence of:
      “Were da wite wimmin at?”

      @Magnus
      Yes it is…

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    8. Quite so, Flintlock, quite so. Why just the other day I was conversing with my mistress, the distinguisted Marquioness Tavistock, and the following delightful exchange occured:
      Me: What vintage shall we be enjoying tonight my dearest?
      Her: I’ve a bottle of Château Lafite just collecting dust. Shall we?
      Me: Is it that dreadful 1836 swill they’ve been peddling around lately?
      Her: Oh, goodness no, 1814. Were a bottle of that dreadful 1836 forced upon me, I don’t think I’d even gift it to the naive help, I care for their mental health too greatly.
      ..
      Quite a witty, well-mannered woman, don’t you think? If Labour had their way, they’d abolish the House ofLords altogether and fill it with destitute niggers. They’d call it the nigger council or something quite dreadfully common like that. Quite a sad state the English Language is in, Flintlock, Quite so.

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    9. I love this book growing up. Sadly my siblings don’t really know of it, on account it was judged “too scary” for children, and requested by parents not to be read in class. For class I made one kickass Wild Thing for a project too. I was so proud of it.

      Sigh…you’re not even allowed to read Shel Siverstein anymore…

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    10. @JazzyJazzyJazzHands
      Holy Shit! That is insane. I knew schools have gone downhill but that is ridiculous. If you aren’t allowed to read the good stuff, there really is not point to learning to read at all.

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    11. I think I read this when I went through gradeschool…but I remember not liking it

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