I did this meme and got Stephen King! *laughs* And I submitted a couple selections from my RP posts writing Arthur (same as you, I tried both legends and movie verse).
Even though English is not your native language, you are an accomplished writer!
I am glad that Amadeus keeps you busy...he's keeping you out of trouble *winks*
ah wow, Stephen King. I am impressed!
I never read him because he scares me to death. (I do not want to say that YOU scare me though but I am sure you could do so if you wanted to!)
As is I am ever in any troubles! *winks*
But you know what?
You meet so many people when you have a dog. Fascinating it is.
Your underwear wearing Knight.
Do Knights wear underwear?? I bet Lancelot did not *laughs*
I think I'll stop there.....
I think we all tested several things we wrote in this meme *laughs* And I got James Joyce most of the time and am pretty happy with the resut *g* But YAY! for Dan Brown because personally, I like the way he writes - and I always enjoyed your writing, too *smiles*
And I bet little Amadeus is growing up quickly, hm? :)
Honestly? I had to google this James Joyce first. I read a lot and almost everything but somehow I never heard of this guy but what I found sounds interesting so I should change it and read something.
In fact I also never read Dan Brown. For whatever reason. I assume it is just because EVERYONE reads and loves his books. But beeing a bestseller writing author I assume I could get worse results.
And yes, gosh, he almost looks like a dog now *winks*
Well, the only book of James Joyce that I know is "Ulysses"...so when I got the result, I googled him, too...to find out more *laughs*
What I like about Dan Brown's books is, that he knows very well how to keep the reader interested until the very end. The 'tension and drama-curve' usually ends on the last 20 pages or so *g* It is a good result, indeed...maybe one day, you will give him and his work a shot and read some of it *winks*
*laughs* Oh, I am sure he does...but no doubt he still is absolutely adorable :)
I like Dan Brown too! Good to read you.
Thank you dear. I will try to be more around again!
A post from the knight! *flails* : )
I'm glad to see that you're still around dear!
Hope that you and Amadeus are both doing well. Will we get some new photos of him soon?
Thank you dear!
I hope you are doing okay?
I will have new pictures, yes...
Yes doing as well as can be expected.
Glad to see you though and hope we get some tales (or should I say "tails")of Amadeus' adventures! And yes having a dog is certainly a good conversation starter and an ice breaker. : )
Oh and regarding the meme I got Charles Dickens. LOL.
Gosh, I love Dickens!
Probably tails and tales *winks*
Oh...."Tails" AND "Tales"! Can't wait to hear about it! *g*
Dickens is great, no?
I got Chuck Palh..... however you spell that man's name. He wrote Fight Club. *laughs*
I hope you are well, sir knight. I'd love to see pictures of the dog sometime too.
ah Fight Club. I never read it but I heard people were pretty fascinated about it.
I know you write great anyway (knowing that author or not).
I love that icon you used here. Awsome character *laughs* Certainly my favorite in the movie (well, not that I would kick Mal out of my bed but from the guys he was my favorite).
Pictures of the dog will come soon. As soon as I found a proper place to put my laptop on during the next weeks (getting a new kitchen... me, being a master cook, must have such a thing *gg*)
Take care, dear princess!
I really liked that movie a lot - saw it twice. I was also partial to Eames - goodness, he was beautiful and funny. Leonardo looks way too much like my brother (which freaks me out) and yes, Mal is gorgeous. I loved her hair.
I'd love to see the dog. :)))))
Are you a master cook? I thought you were like me and ate out a lot. *laughs* Give me some recipes if that's the case. ;) *smooch*
Same here: saw it twice. That idea to get into people's dreams just fascinated me. And how they explained things.
Mr. Eames was great - not in a sexual way so you can have him *g*
Add a lot of sarcasm to my note being a master cook and you will get the meaning *laughs* I am just eating out. I just want my appartment to look modern and sophisticated in every single room. So: new kitchen. It is just a question of design. What is exactly what I told them when I ordered the kitchen: do what you want but it must LOOK good. Things can be rubbish but it must look great.
So I can give you some addresses of places where you can eat perfectly in Europe. Nothing else.
I will take him, trust me. ;) I loved the whole sequence when Arthur has to get them all bound up and in the elevator to give them the kick to wake - ingenious. One of my favorite movies in a long time definitely. Did you also see The Sorcerer's Apprentice? Or is that not to your liking? ;) It was silly but I love Nicholas Cage.
I guess you actually own your flat and don't rent it. I rent mine - I'm ready to move this year, as it's been ten years. Too long and it's too small and old. And I'd love some eating suggestions the next time I come to Europe. ;)