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“Would I ever have dreamt, when I did my first case before some terrifying old monster a London Sessions, that I would ever sit discussing the erotic effect of an argument about the American President on a High Court Judge?”

    TAGS:  monsters, Rumpole

I wish the weatherman would refer to rain as a monster; it would be much more exciting.

    TAGS:  monsters, housecleaning

Cloverfield :: Br. Ezra

If rain is monsters (as Keith has suggested) then snow must be Cloverfield.

    TAGS:  monsters

I have no idea what it is or where it came from, but it’s lurking in the back of my fridge and I know that one day it will rule the world.

    TAGS:  lurking, monsters, slime

bump :: boot

Things that go in the night, might.

    TAGS:  bump, monsters

Self-doubt is a slavering monster that lurks in the tiniest of spaces.

    TAGS:  monsters, slavering, self doubt

I understood myself a little better after going through a scrapbook my mother once kept and saw a picture I’d drawn with the caption, written in my mother’s cursive, “Monsters from Outer Limits, age 2 years 11 months.”

    TAGS:  monsters


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