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A collective of bibliophiles talking about books. Book Fox (vulpes libris): small bibliovorous mammal of overactive imagination and uncommonly large bookshop expenses. Habitat: anywhere the rustle of pages can be heard.

And I quote: “Argh …”

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We’ve just received an anguished message from Our Kirsty, sent from a borrowed iPhone.  Her internet connection is dead with no immediate hope of resuscitation, so this week’s second helping of Sophie Kinsella will have to be postponed to a later date.

Sorry, peeps …

Next up will be Jane Juska talking about lengthy on-stage orgasms, embarrassed relatives and sex and the older woman …. tomorrow.

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2 comments on “And I quote: “Argh …”

  1. Jackie
    December 15, 2011

    Hope that Santa brings Kirsty a new internet connection very soon.
    Is this the first time the word “Argh” has been used in a title on VL? Oh wait, maybe we did a pirate book?

  2. Kate Lace
    December 15, 2011

    Love the cartoon! Made me laugh out loud.

    C
    xx

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