leahhowell:

Yeah! They’re like way too big rats or something. Oh, Katniss and Finnick are my close seconds. But I like Johanna, and Peeta, too! The character everyone cares about, but I just never grew to love is probably Prim. And I don’t know if I should feel bad for that.

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I’ll be honest, I read about half of the third book while I was working before I decided to just close it and read something else and look up the ending. It was a disappointing ending to such an interesting series. I felt, I dunno, kind of let down by the end. Though, what happened to Prim made me laugh, as terrible as it sounds. It was just so - ironic, for lack of a better word for Katniss to sacrifice herself to save Prim only to lose her anyway. It felt cheap to me. I also have an English degree and I’m not putting it to any real use anywhere else so i choose to over analyze popular novels to the point where they fall apart critically.


leahhowell:

Yes, they are! They’re more lions than dogs. Golden Retrievers are great, yes. And I also love Huskies. But all dogs are just wonderful, except for Chihuahua’s. I don’t know, I just find them really weird and way too small for me to be comfortable around them. Yeah, a big one. It’s my favorite series and Haymitch is my favorite character.

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Chihuahuas aren’t dogs, I’m convinced. They’re just - they’re annoying and yippy and they shake far too much. Haymitch is a great character to like. I’m a Johanna Mason and Finnick Odair fan myself. I never really cared for Katniss or Peeta though, unfortunately.


leahhowell:

That’s good. Hm, I don’t know why, but it makes sense. Hemmy sounds really cute. I always wanted to have a dog, but I couldn’t quite fulfill that wish yet. I want a Leonberger and call it Haymitch Abernathy, but I don’t think my apartment is big enough for such a dog.

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Leonberger? Those are the giant fluffy ones, right? My house, well, the place I rent, is far too small for a dog that size. My dream dog is a Golden Retriever because my neighbor growing up had one. They’re great dogs. As for the name Haymitch, are we a Hunger Games fan then?


leahhowell:

That sounds much more sane. Did the poor puppy eventually get over the trauma of getting clean then? And why did you call your dog Hemingway?

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He’s alright now. A little shaken up but he’ll be alright. I named him Hemingway because my favorite author is Hemingway - well, it’s a three way tie between Hemingway, Fitzgerald, and Joyce but I felt Joyce was too girly, Fitzgerald wasn’t right for a pug, and Hemmy was just right.


leahhowell:

If I were a dead author, I probably wouldn’t like to bathe as well.

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You’re quite funny, no, not the author. That’d be a challenge and definitely disgusting. My dog, Hemmy.


I gave Hemingway a bath today. Let’s just say he didn’t appreciate it.


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evangreened:

A whole lot of nothing. Waverly’s got a lovely atmosphere, but that’s just about everything.

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It looks nice and pretty like inside a snowglobe but once you get here you find a whole lotta nothing. ‘S why I’ve been looking for jobs outside of Waverly.


willandtheblackkeys:

Is that right? I haven’t seen you with red hair since we were in uni.

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Yeah well, I’m feeling a change coming on Willy boy.


evangreened:

Thanks. Feeling’s mutual.

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Besides growing a lovely head of hair, what has the famous Mr. Greene been up to?


evangreened:

Thanks. I grew it myself.

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Very impressive, Mr. Greene. It’s fantastic.









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