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PostPosted: September 7th, 2008 04:37:33 am 
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So I've been thinking about Terror Island, and how good the name is, and how it got me hooked on the webcomic in the first place. I came to the site, thinking, "Wow, what a cool name for a webcomic, I'd better check this out" and then after reading a couple of strips, I wondered, "When are they going to get to the Terror part of it?" and then about 50 strips in I realized that Ben and Lewis were tricking me and that earned me a great deal of respect for them, so much respect that I still read Terror Island today.

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PostPosted: September 7th, 2008 19:04:30 pm 
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That's why you read Terror Island?

I read it for the hot loots. I mean, the humor.

Note: "read" in the first sentence is to be read in both possible tenses.

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PostPosted: September 7th, 2008 23:06:56 pm 
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I read it for the humor as well.

And that "read" should be interpreted in every single tense, even the ones that are written differently!

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PostPosted: September 8th, 2008 02:26:31 am 
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Yeah, I realized after I wrote that that "both" was kind of limiting.

It just makes my question that much more awesome.

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