Thread: Quote Game
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Yet sworn word may strengthen quaking heart
So now its your or someone else's turn.
'...I will seek Manw’, that he and I may make melodies for ever to thy delight!'
It's the job that's never started as takes longest to finish
"He was tall and black-like, and he stooped over me. I reckon it was one of the Big Folk from foreign parts."
Sorry for my absence but I've been without computer for about a month (in the midst of moving and I'm only stealing a few seconds on my friends computer while they are otherwise occupied. I'll be back just as soon as I can.
"If you want to know, I felt as if I hadn't got nothing on, and I didn't like it."
"Tidings of death have many wings"
....but oft the unbidden guest proves the best company....
"Deeds will not be less valiant because they are unpraised."
who said "Even the most subtle spiders may leave a weak thread."
'Nay! It's not one of them ruffians, Sam heard _________ say, 'It's a hobbit by the size of it, but all dressed up queer. Hey!' he cried. 'Who are you, and what's all this to-do?'
The wide world is all about you: you can fence yourselves in, but you cannot for ever fence it out
Oft in lies truth is hidden.
i so get it
nyway, that was gandalf talking bout that in terror gation at the council of rivendell
opr imn making thins up again
but its all good
'I wonder greatly what brings four hobbits on so long a journey.'
some elf probably
that it was someone in rivendell
oddly enough it is a drawf
I don't have any of the books on me at the moment so I'll try to think of something off the top of my head (apologies if I've used this one before):
"He that breaks a thing to find out what it is has left the path of wisdom"
'What of the dawn?' they jeered. 'We are ________: we do not stop the fight for night or day, for fair weather or for storm. We come to kill, by sun and moon. What of the dawn?'
who said in response to white being able to be coloured over said
"in which case it is no loger white."?
Which two people had the following exchange:
"I am tired of stairs and stone passages. I would give a good deal for the feel of grass at my toes."
"I would give a good deal for the feel of a strong drink in my throat, and for a soft bed after a good supper!"
So its Elrose's turn again.