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The Goat writes, "Some books have made a huge impact on my life." It's true. It wasn't until the b3ta mods read the Flashman novels that we changed from mild-mannered computer operators into heavily-whiskered copulators, poltroons and all round bastards in a well-known cavalry regiment.

What books have changed the way you think, the way you live, or just gave you a rollicking good time?

Friendly hint: A bit of background rather than just a bunch of book titles would make your stories more readable

(, Thu 15 May 2008, 15:11)
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Diary of Anne Frank
Some interesting quotations:

"Monday, 1st November 1941: Hid"

"Tuesday, 2nd November 1941: Hid"

"Wednesday, 3rd November 1941: Looked out of window and watched marching Nazis. Hid"

(, Wed 21 May 2008, 17:37, 11 replies)
heh heh
(, Wed 21 May 2008, 17:44, closed)

(, Wed 21 May 2008, 17:45, closed)
Reminds me of
one of Frankspencer's classics.
(, Wed 21 May 2008, 17:50, closed)
Dante Hicks: Have you become so bitter that you now feel the need to attack the handicapped?
Randal Graves: What handicap? They guy's just in a wheelchair, its not like he's Anne Frank or something.
Dante Hicks: Anne Frank?
Randal Graves: Yeah, the chick that was all duhhh, till the miracle worker showed up and knocked smarts into her.
Dante Hicks: You're talking about Helen Keller.
Randal Graves: No I'm not, I'm talking about Anne Frank. She was deaf, dumb and blind.
Dante Hicks: No she wasn't. Helen Keller was deaf, dumb and blind.
Randal Graves: Are you sure?
Dante Hicks: Yup.
Randal Graves: Then who the fuck's Anne Frank?
(, Wed 21 May 2008, 18:16, closed)
It's an oldy
but a definite goody.
(, Wed 21 May 2008, 18:24, closed)
On my birthday she hid...
(, Wed 21 May 2008, 21:34, closed)
November 1st 1941 was a Saturday
(, Wed 21 May 2008, 22:06, closed)
i found this a bit hard to swallow...
a few years ago 1stmrsblaireau69 and i went into waterstones to buy a copy of the diary for her younger sister and couldn't find it anywhere among the autobiographies...

eventually we sought assistance only to be told (by a smug, whiney faced little shit) that we were OBVIOUSLY looking in the wrong section cos the book we were after wasn't an autobiography but could be found amongst the kiddies fiction.


Seriously folks, that's where we found it. complete with happy rainbow and fluffy kitten ending. i'm not joking.

makes me fucking sick that some flongtard in a suit thinks that it's okay to edit modern history just incase the truth upsets the kiddies.


double grrr.
(, Wed 21 May 2008, 22:35, closed)
are you
getting these from "the big book of jokes even your dad would be too embarassed to tell because they are so ancient"?
(, Wed 21 May 2008, 22:59, closed)
I know, I know...
Yes, it's crap. But in the true spirit of b3ta I couldn't help myself...

Just wait until I post the extract from the diaries of Rudolf Hess:

"Monday, 23rd September 1982: Went for a walk around the Spandau Prision gardens... etc"
(, Thu 22 May 2008, 9:24, closed)
^ Or of course Elizabeth Fritzl...
Monday - stayed in, raped by dad.
Tuesday - stayed in, raped by dad.
Wednesday - stayed in, raped by dad.
Thursday - stayed in, raped by dad.
Friday - stayed in, raped by dad.
Saturday - went to watch [insert name of local crap football team]. Should have stayed in.

*buys ticket to Hull*
(, Thu 22 May 2008, 9:59, closed)

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