Osias wrote:I once read a comic book called Horus, Lord of the Light. The comic book was a parody of Marvel's Thor. The comic book had this guy, Horus. Horus was a character. Horus had to steer the solar system. The book was based on the Egyptian mythology. Loosely. Just like Marvel's Thor is "based" on Norse mythology.
No problem Merry Christmas!azhong wrote:First, I want to say "hello" to Dormouse for seeing you again after quite a long time of my absence here, and also say "thank you" for your language help to us all, which we all know is very time-consuming. You are so nice. Thank you.
Osias wrote:The book was based on the Egyptian mythology.
azhong wrote:Finally, I want to say to all, whoever read this, merry Christmas!
Synalepha wrote:The apse was divided from the rest of the temple by a piebald netting of taffeta and macrame, decorated with a vivid paisley. Lugubrious guards in black cuirasses and white cowls were watching the entrance (to it). Archibald approached them and once he was in front of them...
azhong wrote:The bright moonlight, from the sky and from the reflection of the silver ground, shone in through the cracked window. The window pane, decorated by nature with snow, was fastened by man with stringsstrips of tapes. There was no fire in the room; he wrapped himself within whatever all he could get. He heard a flow of brisk laughters from his neighbor's house. The happy children in a happy family....It should be a foreign name, he thought, as he kept staring at the moonlit silver world outside and imagined the dish of Italy.
azhong wrote:Very unlikely but it happened that I met my college mate on my vacational trip in Swessvacation in Switzerland as he was on his, too.
france-eesti wrote:A voice, you're telling me you can hear a voice that no one else can hear, and thus you expect me to believe it comes from a Basilisk that moves through pipes and will petrify Muggle students?
azhong wrote:Come over, my dear friends, and surround the campfire together, which has been blazing fiercely. Look at you, look at me, and do you hear our laughters crack upon the flame?
tiuwiu wrote:The wolf stared at Little Red Riding Hood with a fierce look in its eyes as he rubbed the back of its head.
azhong wrote:InOn this clear morning, after saying good-bye to his mother (but rejecting her kisses), the Little Red Riding Hood departed alone excitedly, with a full basket of fresh bread, fresh fruit, fresh vegetables, fresh cheese, fresh red wine, fresh this and fresh that. That was a gift for his strong grandfather, who, living alone in the other side of the forest, still had lots of labour work everyday.
tiuwiu wrote:The man runran as fast as he could and almost stumbled as he collided with a young woman but the bus departed the station before he even get close to it.
azhong wrote:From under the dining table their pet, a young golden hound, lurched out, over which their about one-year-old kid tripped and, were it not that the young father responded in time, would have collided with a dining chair.
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