March 08, 2019
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Cheer up, Snoopy. War And Peace only has 587,287 words. You should be done in a little under 1,608 years.
Well, at least they’re reading together today!
Snoopy seems to have the War part down real good.
I tore through my Parallel Reading list in highschool, until I stubbed my toe on War and Peace. Strewth.
Wonderful book, War And Peace. Really readable, too, not at all heavy-going. I’d recommend it. But not at a word-a-day…
Snoops, your reaction is like: “this means war”. Peace out!
Even a bird brain thinks you are daft.
Wow! At about 1,608 years to complete it at a more a day, will Snoopy live long enough to complete it? I won’t be around to see it.
You didn’t explain the ground rules to Woodstock, Snoopy?
Conjunctions and articles count!
Is this nonsense humour going to last forever?
So far Snoopy has read “Well prince, so and”. I think he skipped a word.
Charlie Brown had to read War and Peace very fast. Snoopy’s taking his time.
I wonder what “and” means? So deep…
Snoopy plans to be around long enough to finish it even at a one word a day pace because he just found out from RJ that there’s no root beer in heaven.
I’m learning how to play Beethoven’s Fifth, one note at a time.
Woodstock probably wants Snoopy to read the words in order, too.
That’s 11,256 dog years
Instead, go see the movie.
Everybody’s a critic
Is it war or is it peace?
When we would read a novel in class, I would always have at least one student complain that they could not read that book. I would turn around and go through the back door of my room into the library and grab War and Peace off the shelf. Then I went back into my room and put it down on the student’s desk. They quickly changed their mind about the one I wanted them to read.
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