🙃Meme: The BBC believes most people will have only read 6 of the 100 books here. How do your reading habits stack up?"

🧝‍♀️Ocean Elf: Oh, and have you actually found an article written by someone at the BBC to prove this statement? Furthermore, what does it matter? Has everyone at the BBC read this list of books?

🙃Meme: Instructions:

🧝‍♀️Ocean Elf: Oh boy, here we go.

🙃Meme: Look at the list and put an 'x' after those you have read."

🧝‍♀️Ocean Elf: It's not even a well put-together list.

🙃Meme: 2 The Lord of the Rings - JRR Tolkien ( )"

🧝‍♀️Ocean Elf: Skip down to:

🙃Meme: 16 The Hobbit - JRR Tolkien ( )"

🧝‍♀️Ocean Elf: Hello, the Hobbit is part of the Lord of the Rings.

🙃Meme: 33 Chronicles of Narnia - CS Lewis ( )

🧝‍♀️Ocean Elf: Skip down to:

🙃Meme: 36 The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe - CS Lewis ( )"

🧝‍♀️Ocean Elf: Wake up, the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is part of the Chronicles of Narnia.

The list consists of books that I have read, watched in movie form, have heard about, or all three, and yes, I'm familiar with the stories of more than just 6. Many classics more famous for their titles than anything else. I don't understand why they included Harry Potter in that list, but at least Twilight was not included, that would be a laugh.

Over and out.


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