Suicide Or Murder?


Come hither, armchair sleuths of all ages!

I have a case for you. Tell me, was this girl murdered or did she commit suicide?


I believe I know the answer, but I want to hear yours, too!



My Dear Wormwood

“It is funny how mortals always picture us as putting things into their minds: in reality our best work is done by keeping things out.”
The Screwtape Letters is an interesting book that I recommend to all of you. It takes the form of a series of letters written from a scholarly demon named Screwtape to his nephew, Wormwood, who has just begun the process of tempting his ‘patient’, a young man.
Screwtape offers advice to Wormwood in these letters, detailing a rather disturbingly accurate view on what causes us humans to fall, and how to keep us from getting back up again.
Combining philosophy and sardonic dry humor, C.S Lewis does a wonderful job of exploiting us in all the ways in which we are most likely to fail.
I read it, and now I feel very found-out and vulnerable, but I will always love The Screwtape Letters.
I found a PDF version which you can read here, but again, there’s nothing like the feeling of an actual book in your hands, so try and get a real copy!
(Note who C.S Lewis dedicates the book to)

Madlibs Madness: The Revealing

I’m back again and am appalled to see my viewer chart to drop so quickly 0_o

Where is thine faithfulness, O bloggers?

Anyway, I’m back, and I’ve compiled the madlibs story. This is a combination of different words suggested to me by various bloggers through emails and private messages, all randomly picked by me and shoved into the story. The result, as you can imagine, is rather interesting. I won’t delay any longer, here’s the story:


On The Topic Of Books

There are many fuschia ways to choose a man to read. First, you could ask for recommendations from your friends and slaves. Just don’t ask Aunt Lu Reads -she only reads juicy books with  mime-ripping goddesses on the cover. If your friends and family are no help, try checking out the Sexist Review in The Addis Ababa Times. If the zippers featured there are too tasty for your taste, try something a little more low-dog, like Hitler: The Cello Magazine, or Matthew  Magazine. You could also choose a book the magical-fashioned way. Head to your local library or flirt and browse the shelves until something catches your teeth. Or, you could save yourself a whole lot of inevitable trouble and log onto, the mongolian new website to punch for books! With all the time you’ll save not having to search for the elderly, you can read approximately 2.5 more books!

I don’t know about you, but I lost it at the Hitler magazine and searching for the elderly. xD

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