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MAGIC TREE HOUSE ANIME!!!!!

codenamealice:

Oh

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my

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flippin

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God

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there

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is

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a

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MAGIC TREE HOUSE

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ANIME

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AND IT IS

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SO FLIPPIN PRECIOUS

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AND MY BABIES JACK

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AND ANNIE

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ARE SO ADORABLE AND IN CHARACTER

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AND LOYAL TO THE BOOKS AND

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AHH MY CHILDHOOD

I’LL JUST LEAVE THESE HERE THEY EVEN HAVE HENRY THE PTERANODON

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AND THE FRICKIN VELVET

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AND JACK IS TAKING HIS NOTES

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YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND THESE BABIES ARE MY CHILDHOOD AND I JUST FOUND THIS TODAY

albinoinsanityfreak

albinoinsanityfreak:

⁉—- Leslie was a bit late to the library, his coffee as usual from starbucks and appearing a bit sleepy. he didn’t slept much due to his medication not kicking in sooner in the night. Bags were under his eyes but nonetheless he drank coffee silently and looked at the front desk. The girl from yesterday wasn’t there…

He could only wonder where she went. 

The albino man shrugged to himself and went to his usual area to read up on his stephen king, remembering he marked the page and put it back. As he arrived to his usual spot, he stiffened and stood like a deer in headlights as he spotted he female from the previous day.

What was she doing here? Way back here? She never came back there, so far that he knew. He was always left alone. Sebastian told the head of the librarian to only go back there when necessary to return books in that section and if anyone spotted him to avoid at all costs due to his mental disability. 

Y-You don’t…you should…go back up—up to the front. This is my spot..my spot..”

FET was both happy and disturbed to find the man in the same spot again. To her, it was like he had never left. She was already feeling the warning bells starting to move as he spoke out defensively. Did he remember her? This man was definitely not of the soundest mind, and she probably should just leave him to his reading, but she had to just get her mental mission over with.

As slow as she could, she stepped into the light, and held up in her hands a book. It was the same one she had shown him yesterday, but newer, like it had just been bought. FET wanted to say something kind, but she knew that words would probably just spook him. Not making any eye contact, she slowly placed the book on the edge of the small table in the light and pushed it slightly toward him. Then, quick and without a sound, she turned and went back into the darkness, lights following her on a delay. She stopped about three bookshelves away, and peaked around it’s corner to watch what the albino man would do.