Silver Isle Eventing
10:54:12 Shard
Lol, I could just leave school whenever I wanted. I only did it when I felt sick, but I never checked in with the office or anything. Would usually just text my Mom.
The Golden Horse
10:54:01 Golden/TGH
i set glitter and stink bombs above every door in the school XD and i filled up half the street with fairy floss XD everyone had it stuck on them XD
MakeEm Fancy
10:53:53 Ally 🌺
Oh and the year after us put the school up for sale on Craigslist XD people actually were calling up to the school asking about it and asking to come look at it 😂
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MakeEm Fancy
10:52:46 Ally 🌺
I got in trouble my senior year for skipping on the last day when everyone else was doing it 🙄
MakeEm Fancy
10:51:23 Ally 🌺
I didn't participate in my senior year but the year before did glitter and glue another one did red solo cups filled with water cups all over the principals office and another year put a car on the school building
California Valley
10:50:07 Cali | Kale | Calz
Ally yeah my school had senior pranks but my senior year we didn't do one. Instead we all just skipped school for the day lol
Silver Isle Eventing
10:50:07 Shard
I mean, compared to yours mine sounds so strict.
Silver Isle Eventing
10:49:38 Shard
I don't remember my senior prank. We have to get them approved so they can only be so much fun. Dang, you guys make my school sound so strict.
MakeEm Fancy
10:48:52 Ally 🌺
Did you guys ever do senior pranks? We had some funny ones lol
Silver Isle Eventing
10:48:39 Shard
@Cali, yup, absolutely no dogs allowed. When I was a senior I did see a service dog who went around with a special education kid.
California Valley
10:48:02 Cali | Kale | Calz
That dog was awesome though, really well trained considering it had just started training to be a service dog at the time
California Valley
10:47:15 Cali | Kale | Calz
Shard really? One of my classmates got permission to bring in their adult GSD they were training to be a service dog. Granted they couldn't bring it every day but every once in awhile she could
Emmas Eventers
10:46:55 
We had a Science teacher who brought his dog into school, fittingly a 'Lab' lol
Silver Isle Eventing
10:45:40 Shard
Yeah, the school I went to is the same one my Mom works at. They are very strict about no dogs. I couldn't even bring the guide dog puppy I was training.
MakeEm Fancy
10:45:18 Ally 🌺
You got to live a little XD it wasnt as bad as coming to school one day to the whole metal building (had a few more classrooms in it) completely covered in glue and glitter 😬 We got to skip out on classes for a few hours with that one
California Valley
10:44:40 Cali | Kale | Calz
It wasn't unusual for there to be pets at my school occasionally lol Especially dogs. There was one substitute teacher who would bring in her gorgeous Aussie when she was subbing for an ag teacher. Then the main ag teacher brought her puppy to school for almost half the school year lol Only rules were they had to stay in the ag classroom section
L.C123
10:44:26 Lyublyu Tebya, Nan
Right im off to work..in the pitch black. First thing I need to do is find a steel grey mare in a field be like playing blind man's buff
Silver Isle Eventing
10:42:53 Shard
@Ally, yikes. My Mom is an assistant principal at a high school and something like that would definitely be against the rules. XD
MakeEm Fancy
10:42:00 Ally 🌺
I remember sneaking a dog into the spanish classroom one day that randomly showed up at the school XD that was fun...oh and also letting a dog into the school building to run around haha
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Book Worms June 21, 2021 11:13 PM

The Lady of Fangorn
 
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I definitely recommend Leigh Bardugo's book Six of Crows, as well as her other writing. That one's definitely my favourite!
Gail Carson Levine is an excellent fantasy author and her books mainly feature female protagonists who aren't Mary Sues, which I enjoy. Fairest, the Two Princesses of Bamarre, and A Tale Of Two Castles (it has a fucking DRAGON as a main character and this is a grumpy witty rude old dragon to boot) are all favourites.
Book Worms June 22, 2021 02:59 AM

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I read mostly YA/New Adult fantasy but I'm trying to get more into Adult fantasy, just getting through my TBR before I do that. Fantasy is my favourite, but I'd read anything that's well written regardless of genre. I hate Sarah J Maas' books, got loads a reasons but I'll spare you the rant. I'm currently reading Realm Breaker by Victoria Aveyard and Ariadne by Jennifer Saint, both are amazing so far. Just finished How The King of Elfhame Learned to Hate (it was a beautiful book) and I also recently reread The Cruel Prince trilogy (my comfort series) and Six Of Crows (big Grishaverse fan, read all of the books).
Book Worms June 22, 2021 10:57 AM

Oakie Equine
 
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Six of Crows is on my order list! I'm trying to shrink the amount of books I need to read on my shelf right now. I went through a big splurge during quarantine and haven't even made a dent. xD I will have to add the dragon book! I freaking love dragons. I read part of the Wings of Fire series, even though its targeted for upper elementary because the writing was so detailed, beautiful, and just inticing.

The Lady of Fangorn said:
I definitely recommend Leigh Bardugo's book Six of Crows, as well as her other writing. That one's definitely my favourite!
Gail Carson Levine is an excellent fantasy author and her books mainly feature female protagonists who aren't Mary Sues, which I enjoy. Fairest, the Two Princesses of Bamarre, and A Tale Of Two Castles (it has a fucking DRAGON as a main character and this is a grumpy witty rude old dragon to boot) are all favourites.


Book Worms June 22, 2021 10:59 AM

Oakie Equine
 
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I just ordered ACOT series so hopefully I like Maas .-. I also recently read How the King of Elfhame Learned to Hate and it was soooo beautiful. I really really enjoyed it. You should try the Trial by Fire trilogy by Josephine Angelini! It's really good.

Mediterranean said:
I read mostly YA/New Adult fantasy but I'm trying to get more into Adult fantasy, just getting through my TBR before I do that. Fantasy is my favourite, but I'd read anything that's well written regardless of genre. I hate Sarah J Maas' books, got loads a reasons but I'll spare you the rant. I'm currently reading Realm Breaker by Victoria Aveyard and Ariadne by Jennifer Saint, both are amazing so far. Just finished How The King of Elfhame Learned to Hate (it was a beautiful book) and I also recently reread The Cruel Prince trilogy (my comfort series) and Six Of Crows (big Grishaverse fan, read all of the books).


Book Worms June 23, 2021 12:08 AM

Wagner Eventing
 
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I shall hop on this thread... Here are some of my moray recent reads/rereads
ACOTAR series- Love, but later books get spicy 🌶
TCP- love cardan, and Jude, but mostly cardan
Bone Criers Moon- pretty good, kinda slow but got better
Cresent City- More adultish, but am a huge Mass fan
Throne of Glass- Strongly recommend, nice YA fantasy with tension, but not really any spice.
Stalking Jack the Ripper series- Crime nerd and we love a good YA crime book.
SOC-Comfort book, comfort characters and all around great book.
Book Worms June 23, 2021 11:48 AM

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Mediterranean said:
I read mostly YA/New Adult fantasy but I'm trying to get more into Adult fantasy, just getting through my TBR before I do that. Fantasy is my favourite, but I'd read anything that's well written regardless of genre. I hate Sarah J Maas' books, got loads a reasons but I'll spare you the rant. I'm currently reading Realm Breaker by Victoria Aveyard and Ariadne by Jennifer Saint, both are amazing so far. Just finished How The King of Elfhame Learned to Hate (it was a beautiful book) and I also recently reread The Cruel Prince trilogy (my comfort series) and Six Of Crows (big Grishaverse fan, read all of the books).


Yeah, I've read a good bit about why Maas' stuff is so problematic. I was considering reading her Thrown of Glass series but I'm gonna steer clear.
Another author that I don't personally read but a friend does is Cassandra Clare and her (many) books/series. She writes fantasy.
Book Worms June 25, 2021 08:49 AM

Oakie Equine
 
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Currently Reading:
Lore by Alexandra Bracken (about 150 pages in and loving it!)
On my "to read" list:
Loki: Where Mischief Lies
Realm Breaker
ACOTAR
The Librarian of Auschwitz
Shatter Me
Book Worms June 28, 2021 09:31 PM

Oakie Equine
 
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Lore by Alexandra Bracken
Reaction: Let me just say, I bought this book soley on the fact that it was about Greek mythology and on my Amazon recommended. For no other reason. It was one of the most captivating books I have ever read. I am super picky and rarely find books that I truly love and would read again and again, but this is one of them. With 466 pages, I was expecting it to die out and pick back up again, but no, it kept my attention and consumed me. I blazed through this book just eager to see what would happen next.
Recommendation: This book is full of action, betrayal, deception, and plot twists. With the element of Greek mythology, it includes descendents of the gods and the battle to steal the original gods powers in a hunt that happens every 7 years. The storyline is amazing and original! I highly recommend this book. It is definitely getting put on the favorites shelf.
Book Worms July 12, 2021 12:36 PM

Oakie Equine
 
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Ninth House by Leigh Bardugo
Expectation: I knew this was a bit of a different genre than what I usually read. It's more ghost and secret society based than faires and lore and mythology, but I was still expecting it to be good. Rarely ever do I stop reading a book before finishing it, but this was one of them. After 166 pages, I gave up. I had no motivation to read it anymore. I couldn't keep up with all the societies and background information they were giving. It jumped back and forth between past and present which I hattteee.
Recommendation: If you like a fast(er) paced book, this is not it. Nothing really happened in those 166 pages that I read. I wouldn't say not to read it, because more patient readers may actually enjoy it, but from what I did read, it was a big thumbs down for me.
Book Worms July 12, 2021 12:37 PM

Oakie Equine
 
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On my "to read" list:
Loki: Where Mischief Lies
Realm Breaker
ACOTAR (series)
The Librarian of Auschwitz
Shatter Me
Fable
Burn for Burn (triology)
I am going to start ACOTAR tonight or tomorrow.

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