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  • I've learned to tolerate drama...except on the boat
    Bright was prefaced with a logo for TRIGGER WARNING ENTERTAINMENT
  • My dreams exceed my real life
    That's in the list
  • There are more things on heaven and earth than are dreamt of in your philosophy, Horatio.
    there's a short Transformers story called this too
  • “Alice is like Princess Kaguya, except instead of being found in a stalk of bamboo and sending suitors on impossible quests, she was found in a toy store and eats all the candy.” – Fossilmaiden
    Fun fact: when that book was released, William W. Johnstone had already been dead for 14 years

    His niece continues publishing books attributed to his name, because her far-right target audience wouldn't take them seriously if she published them under a woman's name
  • figures
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    As of July 2020, Johnstone has been credited on over 480 books, at least 330 of which were published after his death in 2004.
    Zombie authors...
  • “Alice is like Princess Kaguya, except instead of being found in a stalk of bamboo and sending suitors on impossible quests, she was found in a toy store and eats all the candy.” – Fossilmaiden
    I've heard of ghost writers, but this is ridiculous! *laugh track*
  • *groan*
  • “I'm surprised. Those clothes… but, aren't you…?”
    The Neil Gaiman collection, for the record, wasn't titled as a knock on the concept, but rather because Gaiman had been thinking a lot about trigger warnings and how they're meant to allow you to brace yourself for something potentially traumatic or upsetting or just challenging and how a lot of fiction can be like that, about things you might want to prepare yourself for but that you ultimately want to confront.
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    I like KP a lot but this one wasn't it, chief
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