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Tarzan Elf Smilie Elf Rolling Eyes Smilie
I drink your milkshake! I drink it up!
strawberriesSmile Smilie
Oreo Blizzard
Moria
Khazad-dm
Balin
'Drums in the deep...They are Coming...We cannot get out.' Sad, scary stuff
the fellowship trapped inside moria
Thorin's Company trapped under Mount.Erebor (the Lonely Mountain) when Smaug destroyed the hidden gate.
Melkor and Yavanna
Gollum and Lobelia Sackville-Baggins
My Precious and Bilbo's umbrellas
Elephant foot umbrella stand
Frodo and friends
The Party Tree

This thread was intended to be for general non-Tolkien words and phrases that come to mind while reading the previous post. We have another thread for Tolkien Psychological Wording. So a phrase following mine above could be:

The Tree of Life

Two Trees of Valinor Elf With a Big Grin SmilieOrc Grinning Smilie

I shall go with, Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Bad.
Of myths and legends
of cabbages and kings
Walruses
Sealing wax
My school teacher who taught me this poem long long back
Twas brillig
I am sorry i didn't get that.
Alice in Wonderland
The Mad Hatter's Tea Party, with the March Hare and the sleepy Dormouse creating loony insanity together Dunce SmilieDisturbed Smilie.
My very dog-eared Festival Fairy tales book
My pristine leather bound edition of The Silmarillion.
My very well organised college library

Love that place
Under tree in a grassy field a few miles out of my Uni town where we would picnic and study some fifty years ago. Elf With a Big Grin Smilie
boiled eggs(ugh) and ham sandwiches
treacle pudding
sticky bottom pots and pans
Burnt boiled rice
rice cakes
chocolate flavored rice cakes
Japanese folk tales


And yes also rice puddingSmile Smilie
Neil Gaiman and Yoshitaka Amano's Sandman: The Dream Hunters
Akira Kurosawa's Dreams
Akira Kurosawa's Seven Samurai
When my ma gifted me Rashomon for a birthday
And then there was his 1961 movie, Ran
But then there was the movie, Forrest Gump, about a guy who ran.
Black Forest home of the Elves who carve those adorable cuckoo clocks.
That adorable cuckoo clock in my study which is not fuctioning for the last century
cuckoo burrow a bird from Oz that laughs while sitting in an old gum tree.
Yes we used to sing a song about this bird in school.It was a very enjoyable song along with Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious.Ah good times
Follow the Yellow Brick Road or If I Had a... were almost as memorable as Super...
Never heard of your song Grondy.
Reminds me of Mary Poppins and her talking cane
My songs were from The Wizard of Oz starring Judy Garland.

The Hogwarts Sorting Hat
Fred and George singing the school song when everyone else had stopped
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