my tripped-out links (more like hi-jinx)

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ah ha ha ha...who? new stuff added near the bottom. i have no idea why, either pat made me or maybe it was the acne on the lead singer of std's face. either way, the pilot's song is covering 'at your funeral' because it is all patterick can play. rock. should that poo be gray?

My Tripped-Out Links

the following are a collection of the lousiest working links to webpages i know, so visit them (or try to, sucker).

chuck's homepage

see a WHOLE lotta FAT stuff. OH YEA, this website leaves the panties moist everytime.

josh's homepage

if there has ever been a site that made me want to rub donkey clitoris, this one's it.

steve's homepage

you will never escape the perils of this site; just try to click the chicken'll regret it, donut puncher!

my room of forbidden dance

more like 'my room of better off forgotten dance' - this is assuredly the worst site ever created; don't even think about coming here.

yoinkbonez homepage

this is the homepage of the infamous yoinkbonez, a mysterious guy who does stuff in secret...mysteriously.

click below for the official king krabb website

uhhh ha okay, i forgot how to do this pish. these are all the books that pat has read for our literature club...he's been torqued up and spittin for more if you feel like donating any good stuff you might can borrow the following from my house if you want to get all learned and stuff. ("...literate and stylish / kissable and quiet / well that's what girls' dreams are made of..." ~tbs)

tuesdays with morrie, mitch albom
northanger abbey, jane austen
persuasion, jane austen
pride and prejudice, jane austen
another country, james baldwin
the postman, david brin
*the good earth, pearl s. buck
pavilion of women, pearl s. buck
a stillness at appomattox, bruce catton
*the canterbury tales, chaucer
the kiss and other stories, anton chekhov
the awakening and other stories, kate chopin
the deerslayer, james fenimore cooper
*the last of the mohicans, james fenimore cooper
the red badge of courage and selected prose and poetry, stephen crane
the body artist, don delillo
oliver twist, charles dickens
*a tale of two cities, charles dickens
the man with the twisted lip, sir arthur conan doyle
the mill on the floss, george eliot
american psycho, bret easton ellis
glamorama, bret easton ellis
less than zero, bret easton ellis
the rules of attraction, bret easton ellis
the adventures of ulysses, bernard evslin
as i lay dying, william faulkner
three famous short novels, william faulkner
the wishing tree, william faulkner
*the great gatsby, f. scott fitzgerald (some say the 'f' stands for 'fun')
the diary of a young girl, anne frank
back to the future part III, craig shaw gardner
*the bible, god or jesus i think
*lord of the flies, william golding
far from the maddening crowd, thomas hardy
jude the obscure, thomas hardy
the house of seven gables, nathaniel hawthorne
*the scarlet letter, nathaniel hawthorne
green hills of africa, ernest hemingway
the old man and the sea, ernest hemingway
the short stories, ernest hemingway
dune, frank herbert
the iliad, homer
the odyssey, homer
the hunchback of notre dame, victor hugo
jonah's gourd vine, zora neal hurston
3 by irving, john irving
the cider house rules, john irving
great short works, henry james
the turn of the screw, henry james
a portrait of the artist as a young man, james joyce
the phantom tollbooth, norton juster
the metamorphosis and other stories, franz kafka
snow country, yasunari kawabata
one flew over the cuckoo's nest, ken kesey
pet sematary, stephen king
the jungle book, rudyard kipling
the fledgling, jane langton
the call of the wild, jack london
white fang, jack london
a river runs through it, norman maclean
le morte d'arthur, sir thomas malory
billy budd & typee, herman melville
the things they carried, tim o'brien
the complete stories, flannery o'conner
island of the blue dolphins, scott o'dell
1984, george orwell
where the red fern grows, wilson rawls
ivanhoe, sir walter scott
waverley, sir walter scott
four great comedies, william shakespeare
hamlet, william shakespeare
*macbeth, william shakespeare
romeo and juliet, william shakespeare
the tempest, william shakespeare
three tragedies, william shakespeare
*frankenstein, mary shelley
the quest of the holy grail, ...some guy (probably dead?)
antigone, sophocles
the bonesetter's daughter, amy tan
the joy luck club, amy tan
*the fellowship of the ring, j.r.r. tolkien
the hobbit, j.r.r. tolkien
*the return of the king, j.r.r. tolkien
*the two towers, j.r.r. tolkien
war and peace, leo tolstoy
fathers and sons, ivan turgenev
the guns of the south, harry turtledove (stolen for and donated by a particularly fine psych teacher at twp.)
*the adventures of huckleberry finn, mark twain
the adventures of tom sawyer, mark twain
pudd'nhead wilson, mark twain
tom sawyer abroad, mark twain
licks of love, john updike
rabbit, run, john updike
trust me, john updike
king arthur and his knights, uhhh...uther pendragon himself
a journey to the center of the earth, jules verne
the color purple, alice walker
the temple of my familiar, alice walker
new webster's dictionary, webster?
the island of dr. moreau, h.g. wells
the time machine, h.g. wells
the war of the worlds, h.g. wells
from ritual to romance, jessie l. weston
etham frome, edith wharton
complete poetry and selected prose, walt whitman (of bridge fame)
the bridge of san luis rey, thornton wilder
pictures from breughel, william carlos williams
four plays, tennessee williams

...and others i can't find with all that din going on outside my room. oh, an asterisk means i have doubles for some reason...madness.