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Archie Comics
19-07-2011, 10:12 AM
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Tongue Archie Comics
Has Anyone read Archie comics? Huh, I think that they're funny and have read a lot of themWink. My first comic ever was Archie Comics. Tongue
My favourite has always been JugheadCool. If anyone has read the books, please do tell. Undecided
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19-07-2011, 01:46 PM
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I still have some archie comics Smile

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19-07-2011, 03:21 PM
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Me too! I've read a lot of Archies! It doesnt seem to run out. But the price of a brand new Archie comic is a pain in the butt! No kidding. Angry
So im hunting for it in my usual place: Dharyaganj! Cool Tongue
Though you can DL it from 4shared etc. Wink

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19-07-2011, 05:32 PM (This post was last modified: 19-07-2011 05:37 PM by manisha.)
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(19-07-2011 10:12 AM)AccuviZion Wrote:  Has Anyone read Archie comics? Huh, I think that they're funny and have read a lot of themWink. My first comic ever was Archie Comics. Tongue
My favourite has always been JugheadCool. If anyone has read the books, please do tell. Undecided

tell me 1 thing................
have u started reading...........when u were just of 1 yearHuh

i mean........... too much..........it is ...........
means u have a lot to add ......dear........Undecided

at ur age i donot remember any book i read.......n if i did then donot remember the name.........Undecided
u r awesome....dearSmile
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19-07-2011, 07:52 PM
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Archie Comics were awesome!! It was probably the first book unrelated to studies that I read.
@s0nic: Yea, They usually cost too much, So, I usually borrow from my local library.Tongue
@manisha: Nope, I started reading books other than for school at the age of 9, I think in 2005.TongueBig Grin I don't actually remember, but, I keep a journal of all the books I ever read,Wink I write down the name of the book as soon as I finish it,Smile so, I just know what books I've read. I'm sure that almost every other user has read more that I ever did, but, probably don't remember it.Big GrinCoolSmile
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20-07-2011, 06:41 AM (This post was last modified: 20-07-2011 06:51 AM by manisha.)
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(19-07-2011 07:52 PM)AccuviZion Wrote:  I'm sure that almost every other user has read more that I ever did.

somewhere i agree with u..............................






















when i recall the name....................


















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20-07-2011, 05:35 PM
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(19-07-2011 07:52 PM)AccuviZion Wrote:  I write down the name of the book as soon as I finish it,Smile so, I just know what books I've read. I'm sure that almost every other user has read more that I ever did, but, probably don't remember it.Big GrinCoolSmile

Modesty, thy name is AccuviZion. Cool
But, seriously, you WRITE down the name of every book you've read? That seems like a good idea, especially in cases of series, where you just can't remember which ones you've read and which you haven't.Idea


Re the topic, I never liked Archies much. Well, I did, but only back when I was seven. Now I think it's incredibly silly with not-very-funny jokes, and well, the whole idea of two beautiful and wonderful women placing some loser Ginger kid over their friendship and pride is just soo ... sexist!

The only good thing about the whole thing remains Jughead. He has the ideal life! Heart
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21-07-2011, 04:58 PM
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Quote:Modesty, thy name is AccuviZion.
But, seriously, you WRITE down the name of every book you've read? That seems like a good idea, especially in cases of series, where you just can't remember which ones you've read and which you haven't.
Thank You!Big Grin
And, Yea, I do, I realized early on that this was the only way to keep track of which books I've read in the library, especially i8n the case of Hardy Boys, I've basically read almost all of them, the few which I haven't read aren't available at the library yet, because, they haven't been published in India yet, it's always a few months late here...

Quote:Re the topic, I never liked Archies much. Well, I did, but only back when I was seven. Now I think it's incredibly silly with not-very-funny jokes, and well, the whole idea of two beautiful and wonderful women placing some loser Ginger kid over their friendship and pride is just soo ... sexist!
You do realize that Archie Comics were first made in the 1930's, don't you? Undecided

Quote:The only good thing about the whole thing remains Jughead. He has the ideal life! Heart
Jughead's my favourite too.Big Grin Mainly because I always love to eat and sleep.Cool Especially eat, I'm generally able to eat at least twice or thrice more than my peers.Tongue
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21-07-2011, 09:44 PM
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(21-07-2011 04:58 PM)AccuviZion Wrote:  And, Yea, I do, I realized early on that this was the only way to keep track of which books I've read in the library, especially i8n the case of Hardy Boys, I've basically read almost all of them, the few which I haven't read aren't available at the library yet, because, they haven't been published in India yet, it's always a few months late here..

Wow, your library sounds awesome! Smile Is this your school library or somewhere you've enrolled as a member?


Quote:You do realize that Archie Comics were first made in the 1930's, don't you? Undecided
Yes, I do. Tongue But they revamped a lot over time, turning Betty from a blond ditz into the smart adorable girl next door. I guess you can't take away the basic dynamics of a group though. And two beautiful women continue to fight over the Ginger kid. Damn! These people are really biased towards redheads! Have you noticed all the attention Cheryl gets? Big Grin

Quote:Jughead's my favourite too.Big Grin Mainly because I always love to eat and sleep.Cool Especially eat, I'm generally able to eat at least twice or thrice more than my peers.Tongue
Yeah, that's exactly why I love him too! And his non-conformist stance on everything. Plus, he has a dog, and the hammock! Biggrin
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22-07-2011, 10:25 AM
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Quote:Wow, your library sounds awesome! Is this your school library or somewhere you've enrolled as a member?
It's a library near my house, no, it's not a school library,(they suck anyways, at least mine does) Dodgy it's a public library though not by the government. They're very friendly at the library, it's actually attached to a book store in the same building, so, sometimes when books aren't available in the library, I can take it from the book store as long as I return it without any marks or scruffs. You can also special order any books that's not available, too! Biggrin

Quote:Yes, I do. But they revamped a lot over time, turning Betty from a blond ditz into the smart adorable girl next door. I guess you can't take away the basic dynamics of a group though. And two beautiful women continue to fight over the Ginger kid. Damn! These people are really biased towards redheads! Have you noticed all the attention Cheryl gets?

Iagree Red-Heads do get too much undue attention! But, still, what's wrong with that? I mean, What kind of person used hair colour for Prejudices ??Dodgy
And, The basic dynamics is what keeps it going!
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