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(Things I think at weddings)

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Posted on Sunday, July 8th, 2018 at 12:59 pm at 995 × 763

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  1. Kate
    Jul 10, 2018 @ 20:49:02

    I mustache you a question. That made me laugh so it didn’t matter that I am still confused by the many people in this episode who seem to just be background. Until they killed someone and I missed it. I love that Jess is the patron saint of so many animals. Queen of Birds, yeah, Queen of bears, maybe, but of alligators? That’s a croc! (I amuse myself) All the plots and subplots made this one of my least favorite episodes until I read your review. Now it’s okay if I didn’t get the earthquake reference, or understand that whole strange corruption plot. All I could think of was the mustaches and the names. Didn’t Gandolf used to be a hobbit? Good review. Keem em coming.

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  2. Kate
    Jul 10, 2018 @ 21:08:16

    I mustache you a question. That made me laugh so it didn’t matter that I am still confused by the many people in this episode who seem to just be background. Until they killed someone and I missed it. I love that Jess is the patron saint of so many animals. Queen of Birds, yeah, Queen of bears, maybe, but of alligators? That’s a croc! (I amuse myself) All the plots and subplots made this one of my least favorite episodes until I read your review. Now it’s okay if I didn’t get the earthquake reference, or understand that whole strange corruption plot. All I could think of was the mustaches and the names. Didn’t Gandolf used to be a hobbit? Good review. Keep em coming.

    Sorry I had to edit this but I’m mo Snakespeare to begin with…

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