Guess a Quote (3.17.14)

Question MarkWell. It has been a while since I stumped y’all with one of these quotes. And I’m a bit surprised it’s this one that did you in. Maybe that’s because I haven’t read the book myself, though. Last week’s quote came from To Kill a Mockingbird. Does anyone else have it on their to-read list, or are you all better read than me and already have it stacked on your read pile?

Anyway. Here’s this week’s quote. Someone finally took me up on my request for quote suggestions, so today’s quote comes complements of Elisabeth Sullivan. And speaking of Elisabeth, she just did a fantastic guest post over on my other blog. Go check it out!

Anyway. Here’s today’s quote. 😉 I wouldn’t guess it in a thousand years, but I’m thinking a lot of you will.

Now I know what a piece of bacon feels like when it is suddenly picked out of the pan on a fork and put back on the shelf!

Happy Guessing!

P.S. Some new books have been added to Shop My Bookshelf. You can check them out either on the Shop My Bookshelf page or on the slideshow in the sidebar.

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9 Comments

  1. The Hobbit.

    :p

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  2. I wouldn’t have thought of it, but I read it just read last month. 🙂

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  3. Emily Ruth

     /  March 19, 2014

    THE HOBBIT!!! Yaaaaaaaaaaay!!

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  4. Becky B.

     /  March 22, 2014

    I don’t *think* I’ve read this book (partly ’cause I can’t remember the title) but that quote sound fishily familiar… hmm…

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    • I think you have, Becky. 🙂

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    • Actually, I’m pretty sure she hasn’t. You don’t do Lord of the Rings, right, Becky?

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      • Becky B.

         /  March 26, 2014

        Gah! The Hobbit? Why didn’t I know that? I knew that sounded like a very signature style, I just couldn’t remember whose signature 😉 of the LOTR books that is actually my favorite so far (haven’t read the third one yet…)

        Guess that answers your question Leah 🙂 As a matter of fact, Dad, Nicole and I watched “The Two Towers” last night, and I liked it even better than the first one.

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        • So are you just reading/watching the series for the first time? Or was I just confused?

        • Becky B.

           /  March 27, 2014

          Dad is quite fond of LOTR, and read us the Hobbit and the first two books a year or two ago. (he had intended to read us the whole trilogy, but then life got in the way of living, you know…) So, yes, that was the first time I watched the Two Towers, but I was familiar with the books before then.

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