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Trailers, Quotes and musings on issues 95-99 of Misty

‘The Box Trolls’ promo
No.

‘Zoo’ promo
No.

Honeycomb ice-cream - mmmm.
Gluten free Belgian triple chocolate chip cookie - dry.

I like Salvador Dali’s ‘The Persistence Of Memory’.

‘Lighthouse’ (1999) was a terrible movie.

‘The Irish Times’ Quotes:
Ongoing public concern.”

“Virtually inaccessible.”

‘Dr Phil’ Quotes:
“Just to defy you.”

“What do you mean willing?”

“Getting in your own way.”

“Own where you are.”

“The ceiling falling in on him.”

“Everybody’s against him.”

“How your life’s working for you?”

“The methadone clinic which my mom is paying for.”

“Called me a bitch and hit me.”

“Please think about somebody else.”

“Have nothing I need.”

“Baked is marijuana.”

“I have nothing.”

“Threw a spoon.”

“Scammed a mentally disabled person out of 70 grand.”

“Stages of readiness for change.”

“Could have been smelling me.”

“Chased him out of the house with a knife.”

“Manipulated a 6 year old.”

“I will not put up with this from myself.”

“Making a threshold decision.”

“Fake a kidnapping.”

“Did your dirt.”

“Thrive on drama and crisis.”

“Preserve their home.”

“Some insignificant detail.”

“Lied about.”

“Really high standards in your life.”

‘The Guardian’ Quotes:
“They never had children, possibly partly because she lived for much of the year in a small castle which he was only allowed to visit in her absence and with her written permission.”

“Trigger adverse emotion.”

“Whatever means the situation demands.”

“Public threats of violence.”

“Until the means by which the result was obtained have been thoroughly investigated.”

“Make irresponsible remarks.”

“Europe’s mastication capital.”

“Her pelvic floor was open.”

“With the sort of suspicious edge he might normally reserve for referring to an EU bureaucrat.”

“Degenerate philanderer.”

“Choreography that appears to be exclusively hair-flick based.”

“Militaristic stomping.”

“Linguicide.”

‘Natural World’ Quotes:
“Active hole.”

“They ate the whole head.”

“Bitten to death.”

“Snake season.”

‘’The Irish Times’ Quotes:
“Afraid he would bar her from their house.”

“For the purpose of rendering one’s social contacts jealous.”

“Was killed during a thunderstorm when lightning struck his selfie stick.”

‘3 News’ Quote:
“Reasonable means of escape.”

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Read ‘Misty’ issues 95 to 99. ‘The Pig People’ is a tale of a pig worshipping cult’s relic. It was mean and okay. ‘The Body Snatchers’ was an intolerably awful tale of plant monsters. There were also a couple of anti-fox hunting tales that were nonsensical garbage. ‘The Wishing Bird’ is a tale of sick girl and a magic bird. It was okay. Also there were tales of witches with toxic personalities that were purposely dumb.

‘Screaming Point!’ was an excellent tale of a girl, her creepy ‘uncle’ and resurrection. ‘Three Flowers’ is a rip-off of a famous fairy tale and is okay. ‘The Power Of Young Melissa’ is a tale of a girl who can undo death. It is excellent and creepy.

‘House Of Horror’ is a very good tale of an evil waxworks. ‘Silver Lining’ is a tale of yobs who get theirs in a way that strains credibility. ‘Just Another Day’ is an okay tale with a twist. ‘Forever In Her Eyes’ is an okay tale of a genius loci and an evil princess. ‘Crystal Clear’ is a silly tale of stained glass. ‘Witch Hunt’ is an okay tale of a witch. ‘Bookworm’ is a good tale of dark magic with a twist.

Best Lines:
“But I’ve never worked in a mill, I won’t know what to do!”

“Scaring the new maid out of the few wits she has.”

“Done the devil’s work for you.”

“The black runes of shogoth!”
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