Last Week on Inked Brownies

3 Days, 3 Quotes Challenge (Day 1)


I was nominated by Shameeka @ Shameeka’s Fictional World. Thank you! Check out her amazing looking blog y’all! 1. Thank the person who nominated you
2. Post a quote for 3 consecutive days (1 quote for each day)
3. Nominate three new bloggers each dayAdd heading (7)life in the outback (1).pngThe Rules (6)Andrew @Bookheathen’s Right to Read because he always comes up with the most amazing quotes in every review he writes!

Drew @The Tattooed Book Geek because he’s good with words.

Cindy @My Book File because it seems like she could use some extra work :’) (and she’s good with words and quotes, too, obviously).


About Anne (231 Articles)
Dutch book reviewer who reviews in English. Grammar nazis beware!! I like brownies. And chamomile tea.

23 Comments on 3 Days, 3 Quotes Challenge (Day 1)

  1. Mybookfile // 16/07/2016 at 14:14 // Reply

    Uhuh obviously. But thanks! I’ll not be able to do anything until next week since I’ll be going to London ^^

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  2. Thanks for the tag, not sure I’m good with words though! 🙂

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  3. Ha! Of course your quote is on a toilet. Lol. 😝 That made me laugh.

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  4. bookheathen // 16/07/2016 at 17:30 // Reply

    Give me time & I’ll have a go. Does it have to be consecutive days?

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  5. Barbera de Joode // 16/07/2016 at 22:16 // Reply

    Hij is goeeeeeeed ?

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  6. hahahaha brilliant quote!

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    • Thank you!! 😀 If only I came up with it myself, though! 😉 Bill Bryson’s a genius, especially when it involves toilets.


  7. katelynnhillier // 24/07/2016 at 23:58 // Reply

    AHA that’s hilarious and completely true.
    Not sure if I’ve brought this up or not yet, but have you watched An Idiot Abroad? It’s on Canadian (and maybe American) Netflix and it’s about a modern-day English Homer Simpson who is sent around the world, courtesy of Ricky Gervais and Stephen Merchant, who try to really give poor Karl Pilkington the “authentic” experience of each of the countries home to the 7 Seven World Wonders in Season One.
    Oh gosh, pure GOLD! I was bawling and suffocating from laughing so hard. 100% relevant to this quote.

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    • I watched the first episode this morning! The one where he goes to China (omg, deep fried scorpions on a stick btw?! :/ ) and the look on that guy’s face the whole time XD. And goldfish in a hotel room, wtf? I didn’t know who Stephen Merchant was btw, until I saw his face and went like “Oooooh, he’s the guy from The Big Bang Theory!”

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      • katelynnhillier // 31/07/2016 at 01:21 // Reply

        The first season is most definitely the best (Mexico, Brazil and India are also fantastic), second season was okay, but the third was just weird. The shock factor wore off.
        I still don’t know who Stephen Merchant is either, but he’s hilarious with Ricky Gervais!
        I thought the half-grown chicken eggs were the worst – YUCK!

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      • katelynnhillier // 31/07/2016 at 01:30 // Reply

        Ooh ooh! If you do watch Season 2, Route 66 is my favourite episode from that season – priceless!

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