Separate names with a comma.
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Discussion in 'Games' started by Christine62, Jan 10, 2014.
Here's a clue. It's a two word phrase.
Are they in English?
I think maybe you have it Spidey!
He uses "that was" a great deal; as in, "If she'd been thinking straight, that was."
My first impulse was, "Can you dig it?" Can't think of many of Mr King's books where that phrase isn't used at least once. As deft as he is with language, that is one verbal (or in this case, written), era-specific tic that has stuck with him.
Two words, though... got me (for now. Though my mind will worry at it like a rat terrier--lol).
I remember that an old member from the old board had a big problem with that too.
I meant 'kid'. Or is it kiddo . . .hell, the 'kid' word~
He's ol skool like that . . .I think that's why I enjoy his writing so much.
...empty devils...but I don't recall the phrase in the others...only Lisey's Story and Doctor Sleep....lean close...Twilight rocks...that's enough...get this...bite me...outta the pool...oo-ops, three words, hey?
I still think Spidey may have got it with "Boo-yah!" (can't wait for Christine to log in...)
yes it is in English
Okay, I think I've let you suffer enough: And the correct answer is: Oh yes
And my next quiz question is:
What is Mr. King's favorite obscure adjective?
I'd never have gotten that one. Nuh-ah.
It's usually pops up in a vengeful character or situation.