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September 16, 2015 at 4:23 pm #3567Madame SidlerKeymaster
Does anybody else feel sorry for Slarb?
September 18, 2015 at 12:10 am #3581Miss LindaGuest
Me… well… sometimes I do, but right now I don’t.
Wait, yes I do. Sort of.
I’m also annoyed with him and want to make him understand that he is causing his own problems. And him trying to kill children I love tends to make me less compassionate than I otherwise might be.
I don’t know what I think.
February 4, 2016 at 4:35 pm #5878FrevaGuest
Me too! Sometimes I want to punch him in the nose and sometimes I remember who the real enemy is and feel sorry for him.
September 18, 2015 at 8:25 pm #3588Aden LewisGuest
Almost the entire time I was going through those chapters with Slarb, I did feel for him. I don’t exactly know why, but I usually have those kind of compassionate feelings towards animals. It may have been because Slarb did not really have a choice to do the right thing even if he wanted, which makes me feel sorry for him, merely because he cannot do right. That’s just my opinion.
April 14, 2020 at 11:44 am #46422Wingiby IggibyGuest
I never really thought about it…I guess I do feel a little sad, because he couldn’t change his ways very easily, especially with no one to help him. And he kept getting humiliated in front of the other Fangs.
I have mixed feelings. Sometimes its sad. Other times its just plain mean. He did die a rather gruesome death, though; covered in Thwaps!
April 14, 2020 at 2:07 pm #46428JazzyfreshGuest
Here’s a poem I wrote about slarb
Slarb’s end aka death by thwaps
Slarb Slarb was a good fellow ( not really )
And if he was near you could smell him quite clearly.
But that one awful minute ( which was actually quite silly )
He saw what was in it, a gift from buzzard willy.
The thwaps and old podo ( they where really quite brave )
took Slarb to the kitchen,his soon-to-be grave.
I wrote this poem in honor of Slup … I mean Slarb
But my time is now up. Well that wasn’t hard!
April 14, 2020 at 5:28 pm #46438Wingiby iggybiGuest
Ha ha! That’s great! Couldn’t have said it better myself…. too bad he didn’t have a headstone for it!
April 16, 2020 at 8:00 pm #46533JazzyfreshGuest
May 10, 2020 at 11:15 pm #48177Denali ChristiansonGuest
hahaha I love it Jazzyfresh! That totally tells the story! I honestly wish that there would have been some way to rescue Slarb. I have a ton of compassion for the poor fellow, and y’all can think me really weird for that, but it’s fine! 🙂 If I didn’t know how Fangs can’t really remember their old names after they’ve been fully Fanged, I would say that I probably would have tried to talk some sense into him. As it is, it’s a hopeless activity. *sigh*
Throne Warden in Christ,
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