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What Some People Have Said About Little-b



cycnus39"Does strange things with Latin."

janne_d"Knows much about the ancient skirt-wearing peoples of the world."

ibid"Should not be allowed to play with knives."

Her Father "Disturbed and Disturbing"

papajoemambo

"An enigma: weirdly wise beneath the squee, tho entirely lovable BECAUSE of the squee."

torakowalski"A font of knowledge. Replies quickly."

the_dosk"Bizzzaaaaarrrrreee"

shadowkitty

"Has the worst tuned gaydar in the world ("Ooh he's cute... damn he's gay") that or tends to want to 'borrow' my boyfriends. ;P"

minervasolo"Because the best slash is super-powered slashy slash..."

flobberchops"Should never be left in any room containing crayons, caffeine and empty wallspace."

bonspiel"Writes lists in binary format"

mardahin"buzzylittleb= Evil Inspiration"

janne_d adressing the b,
"You are disturbed to the tune of Shelob. Or to the sum of eleventy. Your disturbedness is measured in complex numbers. You make small children (and me, who is small but not a child) cry, just like Rodney McKay. I could carry on, but I need sleep..."

china_shop "Awesomely bizarro"

joandarck "Dark and scratchy, but also doughnuts."

joandarck
"I wasn't kidding when I said that talking to you always feels like getting a mild concussion. Or when I said I like it."

_unhurt_
"Worryingly, all the recent talk of 'braaaiiins' has made me visualise you as zombie!jayne. er, except female."

bluebrocade
"Will forever be associated with CKR-soup in my mind. Bitch."

bluebrocade
"Buzzy is cute as a button and way smarter than one."

malnpudl
My brain hurts. I like it.
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This bio is under construction, contributions here please, o friendly people! There lieth also an explanation.

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Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman, Good Omens

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