Lala the rugabee interview


Cork and Fuzz, characters from the books by Dori Chaconas interview Lala the rugabee.

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6 Comments on “Lala the rugabee interview”

  1. (name deleted) says:

    I think that a krinkles must taste awesome!

    Ok… I want to tell you guys some funny nicknames I call adults (and one kid).

    1) the guy that lives across the “street” I call “whoopie-cushion” because he wore a whoopie-cushion outfit during halloween.

    2) my best-friend’s dad wore a cheese-hat to school on crazy-hat-day, and ever since I have been calling him “cheese-head”

    3) I call this one boy that everyone thinks I am dating, “Mark Dimond”, but he doesn’t know it is a complimant! He thinks it is the total opposite!

  2. veelox0 says:

    awww…i thought that interview was really cute

  3. Lily Snow says:

    Hay people!!!!!

  4. It's not a man purse it's a satchel says:

    this is the least commented entry on this whole blog

  5. Saurav says:

    Soulmagnet, I wonder how many otehrs experience The Hair Dryer Effect (great name). It’s a gift that you can make such good use of your time. For whatever reason I can’t think like that while doing my routine, though once in a while I get the proverbial inspirational idea in the shower, out of the blue. But that’s a different phenomenon, don’t you think?Lindsay, There must be something about this state of hypnagogia (check out the link from Kim) that stimulates the creative part of our brains. Maybe writers are especially susceptible to its effects? I hope you haven’t had too many sleepless nights.Cath, Sounds like your writing brain works like my daughter’s and mine. Do you write down the ideas that come to you later in the day, or do you wait until the next day when you know they will come out stronger?

  6. carinsurance says:

    If I communicated I could thank you enough for this, I’d be lying.

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