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Tseegadu
2016-05-13 01:32:18 
Aww! Blushing Emily is adorable.
Darc
2016-05-16 07:43:58 
She is! Just a little cutie!
Kwills
2016-05-13 02:37:42 
Rosie M. Banks! Ha, I see what you did there. Now I'm wondering what she looks like in this world, along with all the rest of them. Possibilities abound!
Darc
2016-05-16 07:46:16 
I saw an opening, and I took it. :D I'm not sure about Rosie M. Banks, but to me Madeline Bassett, despite her name, would be a rabbit.
Lemurvid
2016-05-13 11:34:20 
Nope, all I've got is Iain M. Banks, but I doubt that's it. Still, this is one ferociously cute page...
Naldru
2016-05-13 12:33:37 
Try googling the following combinations on Google romance novels banks romance novels rosie Then look for Scotland and Wales in the descriptions To solve puzzles like this, you need a mind trained on twisty passages, all alike
Darc
2016-05-16 07:51:33 
Thanks. Yeah, I was having a little fun with this one. :)
wyldkat
2016-05-13 12:32:13 
I think I have listened to My Fair Lady too many times. I couldn't help but read that middle panel in Liza Doolittle's voice. -grin-
Iron Ed
2016-05-14 00:41:14 
Miss Brahms from "Are You Being Served" for me. ;-) I like the first and last panel expressions best. :-)
Darc
2016-05-16 07:54:02 
I've had 'Are You Being Served?' running in the background while working this part week. I guess Miss Brahms kind of snuck in. :D
Darc
2016-05-16 07:52:42 
Oh, I haven't watched 'My Fair Lady' in so long! I should watch that again.
Golux
2016-05-14 00:51:47 
Ah, we have a PG Wodehouse fan somewhere in the ranks... Rosie M Banks aka Mrs Bingo Little, that writer of as Bertie Wooster described it, "the most pronounced and widely read tripe ever put on the market." As you read through Plum's interesting gallop through English society, you find she's a prodigious author with a vast volume of output.
Darc
2016-05-16 07:56:42 
Oh yes. I've been slowly working my way through Wodehouse's books. My goal is to read them all if I can. They're just so fun!
Siraj
2016-05-16 05:16:42 
Awwwwwwwwww~ This is so CUTE!
Darc
2016-05-16 07:57:08 
She is, isn't she? Thank you!