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ressie_noldo wrote in noldo_icons
[15] Molesworth quotes

(If you haven't read the Molesworth books, you really ought. They defy superlatives (and speling as any fule kno).

01 02 03 04 05
06 07 08 09 10
11 12 13 14 15

Usual rules: please credit for these, please don't edit, comments are lovely. Chiz.

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These are awesome - Molesworth rules! The backgrounds are pretty, too :D

I have snagged 8, 9, 12 and 15 - I shall credit when I use. Thanks!

A gerund "cuts" a gerundive. Hah!

Taking 13 - will credit - very nice!

Loving 13. I hate Pythagoras. :O

Awesome! I am not familiar with these books, but I think I'd better get my hands on them...

Nabbing 9, 11, and 14 for future use. Thank you!

LOL, 11 and 13 cracked me up. Very clever.

Not taking any, but, lord it's good to see someone else knows Molesworth.

A chiz is a swiz and a swindle, as any fool kno. :)

Taken 10 and 12. Love the books- thank you!

Took thirteen...never read this, but that one's really funny.

These are wonderful - and it's good to find another molesworth ma. fan.

Taking some and will credit if I use them - and thanks for the laugh!

Excellent stuff. Spread the strange and unnatural Molesworth lurve, chiz!


I ♥ you

SO MUCH MOLESWORTH LOVE! Taking 9, 12, and 15. :D

You should get your facts straight. Pythagoras was a Greek, he didn't shout in LATIN! He shouted EUREKA! Which means, I have found (it).

- Emsz,

Grabbed a whole bunch, despite not knowing Molesworth, because these are HILARIOUS.

(...also, it looks like one commenter doesn't know you can't correct ironic quotes.)

Only eleven months later, have stumbled in here and ganked numbers 1 and 12. Huzzah!

So after a number of years, I am grabbing #10. I really don't know the books, but the icon is too funny to pass up. Will credit and thank you for these.

Beautifully funny - 4, 5, 10, and 13 being my favorites.
I really must look into this series!

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