Mice Armor. . lipari' lerl, .' lalalal Mouse armour. MOUSE. ARMOUR. FOR REDWALL!. This post just made my day. EULALIAH! Mice Armor lipari' lerl ' lalalal Mouse armour MOUSE ARMOUR FOR REDWALL! This post just made my day EULALIAH!
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #5 - kanatana
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This post just made my day.

EULALIAH!
#112 to #5 - anon id: 5bbdacca
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TREETOPS AND TIMBER
#123 to #112 - anon id: 3d9d328d
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ASKOOOOOOOOOOOR
User avatar #143 to #5 - mistafishy
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Squeak.

But seriously, did they squeak or was this some kind of rodents-rule world? Where da' hoomanz at?
User avatar #145 to #143 - kanatana
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Tricky question. Tricky answer. In the first book, Redwall, it was insinuated that the mice were to-scale, and that there were humans with their own society who never noticed the critters. Later books phased that out so that the rodents were more or less human-sized, birds weren't quite so big in comparison, etc etc.
User avatar #147 to #145 - mistafishy
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That's what I've noticed...

In Redwall, I remember a scene where a character walks by or onto a horse, or maybe the baddies are stowing away in the horse's load. That would insinuate a human driver, especially considering the fact that the horse's load would have to be human sized in order to fit a whole rat-army.
User avatar #148 to #147 - kanatana
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Yup. There's another part where they mention Cluny coming to their lands on a ship... a Spanish ship, if memory serves.
User avatar #47 to #5 - mkchillin
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BLOOOD AND VINEGAR
#9 to #5 - Superbobftw
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LOGALOGALOGALOG!
#13 to #9 - yoverlord
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EULALIAAAAAAAAAA
#48 to #13 - lizaroni
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I'll add to the warcries!

REDWAAAAAAAAAAAAALL!
#53 to #48 - babydingo
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User avatar #8 - cloudstrifeownsall
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Holy ******* ****.... I love you for posting this.. I've never seen a redwall post before and those were literally my favorite books.
#62 to #8 - pkrbarmovie
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As opposed to being figuratively your favorite books, you conglomerated mixture of penguin cum and ****?
User avatar #66 to #62 - cloudstrifeownsall
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No, as opposed to being over exaggerated you turkey ******* suck donkey
#156 to #66 - pkrbarmovie
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"Those were my favorite books."

Wow; what a ******* whooping exaggeration! Do you have mental issues or something? You seem to be extremely affected by stupidity.
User avatar #161 to #156 - cloudstrifeownsall
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"Those were my favorite books" is the statement. If the statement was not true and some other book was in fact my favorite book than yes it would be a ******* exaggeration you dickweed. It doesn't have to be some sort of radical statement in order for there to be exaggeration. Is there a purpose to your over-active need to be a **** head for no apparent reason or is it something you just can't control?
#162 to #161 - pkrbarmovie
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There is a reason: idiots like yourself.

Also, your pathetic (I'm not using the word in the purely pejorative sense) should read: "Is there a purpose [...] to be a **** head to ******* idiots like myself or is it something [...]"

Anyhow, if you want to avoid exaggeration, use "really" not "literally". The word "literally" means something specific, as does the word "really". But of course if he was not to exaggerate, maybe he shouldn't ******* say "favorite", right? When you say "favorite" you mean something rather specific also.

I guess you are too ******* stupid to understand how words function; you can't just decide to use any word whenever you want, you know that don't you? Apparently not.

Owl is rambling much conspicuously to the dire but too so clever favorite happenstance.
User avatar #163 to #162 - cloudstrifeownsall
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Do you not understand that exaggerating and being specific have nothing to do with each other. You are trying to force rules on things that don't matter. It's sad that as smart as you sound, you are too concerned about trying to prove it that no one will see anything other than a pathetic loser begging for attention at a computer screen.
#164 to #163 - pkrbarmovie
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I don't care what I seem like; I only care about what I really am. If you truly want to understand someone you should know this distinction as well as I should know the distinction between exaggeration and being specific.

Of course, this distinction is completely irrelevant to all of what I just said. You seem unable to understand one word of my clear, concise and eloquent reply.

I'm "trying to force on things that don't (sic) matter"? You don't think language matters?

Seriously, you must understand one thing; take one thing from this whole conversation and ram it up your ******* brain: literally has nothing to do with emphasis or exaggeration. Nothing. Please, try to understand this.
User avatar #166 to #164 - cloudstrifeownsall
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Look, I'm done arguing this. I'm sorry you are caught up on my use of the word literal. I'm just going to pretend that you are too smart for me and it is a useless waste of time and energy to continue this. I bid you adieu
User avatar #165 to #164 - cloudstrifeownsall
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Of course language matters. My use of the word literal is completely acceptable as it defines the truth of the statement. The melting point of aluminum is 1221 degrees fahrenheit, literally. The temperature inside the sun is about 15 million degrees celsius, literally.... not figuratively, literally. I'm not exaggerating these numbers.
#167 to #165 - pkrbarmovie
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"Literally" means "as opposed to figuratively". If you're saying "literally" of something that is obviously true and couldn't be figurative, you are simply being redundant.

Stop playing the victim; you seem to me to be a rather intelligent person who has a big deal of trouble understand how to use a word correctly. I never seriously implied I was smarter than you, by the way.
User avatar #168 to #167 - cloudstrifeownsall
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Although it was never stated, it seems rather understood when your first comment is nothing less than an attack on intelligence. I think the word "literally" can be used as a measure of truth as well as the antagonist of "figuratively". I don't see why that is a reason to demean and insult someone. I agree with your statement about "literal" vs "figurative", that is completely correct but language changes every day. They add slang to dictionaries and adopt the current way of speaking as "the way of the times". I just don't see why my use of the word "literal" is wrong when it can be used that way.
#169 to #168 - pkrbarmovie
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My whole ******* point is that it cannot be, but look, it's okay, keep using words as it pleases you; we'll see if Orwell was right or not.
User avatar #170 to #169 - cloudstrifeownsall
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lit·er·al (lĭtər-əl)
adj.
1. Being in accordance with, conforming to, or upholding the exact or primary meaning of a word or words.
2. Word for word; verbatim: a literal translation.
3. Avoiding exaggeration, metaphor, or embellishment; factual; prosaic: a literal description; a literal mind.
4. Consisting of, using, or expressed by letters: literal notation.
5. Conforming or limited to the simplest, nonfigurative, or most obvious meaning of a word or words.

Look, at this point you're not arguing with me anymore, you are arguing with the dictionary. It specifically states that it can be used to avoid exaggeration and is for factual statements. I'm not going to say I'm wrong when obviously I was fine to use it in that sense.
User avatar #176 to #170 - factual
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it is fairly literal
#171 to #170 - pkrbarmovie
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1. In a literal manner; word for word: translated the Greek passage literally.
2. In a literal or strict sense: Don't take my remarks literally.
3. Usage Problem
a. Really; actually: "There are people in the world who literally do not know how to boil water" (Craig Claiborne).
b. Used as an intensive before a figurative expression.


www.thefreedictionary.com/literally

That's my source. It seems to contradict yours.
User avatar #172 to #171 - cloudstrifeownsall
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That's where I found my definition also.
www.thefreedictionary.com/literal

The only difference is you looked up literally instead of literal which is just the adjective form of my word.
#173 to #172 - pkrbarmovie
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You do realize that the definitions still contradict each other, don't you?

Also, you said "literally", not "literal".

Let's drop this while it still hasn't got completely ridiculous, okay? You're a nice person and it was fun, but this is getting a tad pointless.
User avatar #174 to #173 - cloudstrifeownsall
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I agree. This was fun. Most people don't actually have an intelligent argument to put forth. Good luck in your future endeavors
#175 to #174 - pkrbarmovie
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I wholeheartedly agree, and bid you the same.
#89 to #8 - anon id: 0e78c2a7
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**** yes Brian Jacques.
User avatar #14 to #8 - makonendrak
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Damn right
#17 - darthblam
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Holy crap, I didn't think anyone else read Redwall.
Holy crap, I didn't think anyone else read Redwall.
#42 to #17 - anon id: fdaed6e2
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7 billion people, yeah I am sure you weren't the only one who read it
User avatar #63 to #17 - franklyimaperson
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****, I made a puppet show of Red Wall in a 6th grade english class, those books are the ****
User avatar #97 to #17 - bigmanfifty
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You mean you weren't the only one who read the popular, long running series, Redwall?
#157 to #97 - darthblam
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Well, I mean, in all the years I've been on the internet I've never seen anyone talk about it.
Don't need to get all bitchy sarcastic.
Same goes for that anon below.
#113 to #17 - anon id: 5bbdacca
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I just watched the show.
They should remake it
#158 to #113 - darthblam
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There was a show?
User avatar #18 to #17 - WinnerofTheGame
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Only my childhood. Brian Jacques wrote those, right? Loved them so much.
User avatar #19 to #17 - waffies
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Im twenty and i still own all of the books made up until "DoomWyte"
#124 to #19 - chaosmaxis
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I recommend getting The Rogue Crew, just because it's the last in the series.
#21 to #17 - duvallwhitey
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Dude I read that book like 4 times
#1 - kaliban
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They prepare for battle against their greatest nemesis, the royal Catian guard
User avatar #138 to #1 - explore
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Do you even read the books? Their greatest enemies are composed mainly of vermin.

This is just a joke. I have to say this because I know lots of you will just thumb me down without even considering that it could be one.
#34 to #1 - srslyjakecease
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I would have gone with Purrsion Guard but thats just me.
I would have gone with Purrsion Guard but thats just me.
#37 to #34 - kaliban
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I get it. : p
User avatar #6 to #1 - generaljosh
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I think you mean Cluny the Scourge
#2 - superswagsurfer
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Die! Die! Die!
#90 to #2 - mrkvos
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I have everything and you have nothing!!!
#23 - splosh
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Oh my ******* God. Redwall content.

You just made my year.
User avatar #39 to #23 - twofreegerbils
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MUSHROOM MUSHROOM
#36 - srslyjakecease
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RIP Brian Jacques.
User avatar #142 to #36 - mistafishy
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I was REALLY hoping this was a troll...
User avatar #159 to #142 - srslyjakecease
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Sorry. I wish it where.
User avatar #41 to #36 - barrrell
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I didn't even know he had died.Such a shame.
#122 to #41 - anon id: 3d9d328d
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Like three years ago.
#68 to #36 - albertjester
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he looks like patrick stewerts father. no disrespect ment.
#50 - cronois
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Lemmiwinks you must prepare for battle!
#40 - scotlandhome
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Did you forget about this psycho bastard?
User avatar #44 to #40 - mkchillin
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Is that the one where the otter or ferret or some **** attacks and gets his back ****** up in the end and his servant dude leaves him for dead?
User avatar #107 to #44 - scotlandhome
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I distinctly remember Lord Brocktree going ******* and killing dozens in a battle then when it came down to him and this bitch named Trunn, "After a failed assassination attempt on Brocktree by the searat Doomeye and the corsair fleet captain Karangool (Trunn's second in command) the badger eventually wins, snapping Trunn's spine and leaving him on the sand to die."
#128 to #107 - chuckmuffin
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Yeah, Trunn gets pretty ****** up and left on the beach then his fox comes along and kicks him out to sea then hobbles away into the sunset.
#109 to #107 - rabidaardvark
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Most badger went ******* in battle, it was called the 'Bloodwrath', the worst offender was actually Lady Cregga Rose Eyes, who was almost constantly Bloodwrathing. I forget witch book she was in but she eventually was blinded and became the wise badger-mum of the abbey for several books before being killed in Taggerung.
User avatar #58 to #44 - mcsloth
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no its the one where the cat takes over the seaside castle and an orphan badger makes his way to the coast and kills him
User avatar #26 - joekooldash
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ah redwall, the nostalgia