History Funny / LittleHouseOnThePrairie

3rd Jun '16 2:27:52 AM K
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'''Mary:''' You look, just the same. I don't want to eat the only bug in the whole of Dakota Territory.

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'''Mary:''' -->'''Mary:''' You look, just the same. I don't want to eat the only bug in the whole of Dakota Territory.
3rd Jun '16 2:27:40 AM K
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'''Laura:''' There are never any bugs! These prairies are so ''clean''! There never was such a clean place.

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'''Laura:''' -->'''Laura:''' There are never any bugs! These prairies are so ''clean''! There never was such a clean place.
3rd Jun '16 2:27:24 AM K
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* When Mary and Laura eat wild greens, Mary, who is blind, always asks to make sure there are no bugs on it.
'''Laura:''' There are never any bugs! These prairies are so ''clean''! There never was such a clean place.
'''Mary:''' You look, just the same. I don't want to eat the only bug in the whole of Dakota Territory.
1st Jun '16 2:12:03 AM K
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* When Laura points out that she won't be able to make a wedding dress in time if they get married in a week:
-->"Wear the one you have on. It is pretty," Almanzo urged.
29th Apr '16 10:12:05 AM GothicProphet
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* In one of the later books, when Laura and Carrie are walking to school, the wind blows Laura's hoopskirts around her legs and she has to constantly stop and twirl around to untwist them. All the while talking about [[{{Irony}} how silly fashions were when Ma was a girl.]]

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* In one of the later books, when Laura and Carrie are walking to school, the wind blows Laura's hoopskirts around her legs and she has to constantly stop and twirl around to untwist them. All the while talking about [[{{Irony}} how silly fashions were when Ma was a girl.]]]]
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25th Dec '15 6:30:10 PM RibbonQuest
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---> '''Almanzo''': "Your hand is so small... [collecting himself] I was wondering if you would like and engagement ring."

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---> '''Almanzo''': "Your hand is so small... [collecting himself] I was wondering if you would like and an engagement ring."
5th Jan '15 9:12:08 AM darksecret
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** The next weekend, when he picks her up for a drive, he slips the ring on her finger-- a gold band with a pearl in a garnet setting. She liked it enough to marry him.

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** The next weekend, when he picks her up for a drive, he slips the ring on her finger-- a gold band with a pearl in a garnet setting. She liked it enough to marry him.him.
* In one of the later books, when Laura and Carrie are walking to school, the wind blows Laura's hoopskirts around her legs and she has to constantly stop and twirl around to untwist them. All the while talking about [[{{Irony}} how silly fashions were when Ma was a girl.]]
5th Jan '15 9:08:05 AM darksecret
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---> '''Almanzo''': "Your hand is so small... [collecting himself] I was thinking if you might like to be engaged."
---> '''Laura''': "That would depend on who asked me."

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---> '''Almanzo''': "Your hand is so small... [collecting himself] I was thinking wondering if you might would like to be engaged.and engagement ring."
---> '''Laura''': "That would depend on who asked gave it to me."
22nd Dec '14 6:06:12 AM Ciara13
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* In ''These Happy Golden Years'', Nellie manages to weasel her way into joining Laura and Almanzo on their Sunday buggy rides, Almanzo being completely clueless as to her actual motives (she's out to drive Laura away, either because she's sweet on him herself or just to piss Laura off, or both). Laura, unwilling to cave, lets the edge of the dust-robe (basically a blanket designed to keep dust off the riders' clothes) flap like a sail and scares the horses into bolting. Nellie freaks out along with them, throws a fit, and declares she'll never ride behind those maniac horses again. When Laura and Almanzo later take her friend Ida for a drive, Ida is surprised anyone could be afraid of such gentle horses, at which Almanzo looks at Laura, who just smiles and tucks in the dust-robe a little more securely.

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* In ''These Happy Golden Years'', Nellie manages to weasel her way into joining Laura and Almanzo on their Sunday buggy rides, Almanzo being completely clueless as to her actual motives (she's out to drive Laura away, either because she's sweet on him herself or just to piss Laura off, or both). Laura, unwilling to cave, lets the edge of the dust-robe (basically a blanket designed to keep dust off the riders' clothes) flap like a sail and scares the horses into bolting. Nellie freaks out along with them, them - grabs Almazo's arm 'which he very much needed to use just then', throws a fit, and declares she'll never ride behind those maniac horses again. When Laura and Almanzo later take her friend Ida for a drive, Ida is surprised anyone could be afraid of such gentle horses, at which Almanzo looks at Laura, who just smiles and tucks in the dust-robe a little more securely.
9th Dec '14 7:58:42 PM JoieDeCombat
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* In ''These Happy Golden Years'', a kitten wanders into church one Sunday morning, and winds up chased by a dog. The kitten runs off and apparently disappears, until Laura realizes it's crawled up beneath her dress and is scaling her hoop skirts like a little mountain climber. When she imagines what might happen if the dog were to find it, she tries so hard not to laugh that Mary elbows her and tells her to behave herself. This just makes things harder for Laura, and when, after church, Mary scolds her for it, she laughs until she cries. When she tells Pa and Mary why, even Mary has to admit it's pretty funny.
* Also in ''Little Town on the Prairie'', the two drunks that walk arm-in-arm down the street, solemnly singing hymns and kicking the screen doors of every store they pass. Particularly amusing is when they break Royal Wilder's door, and he "yanked it open and said what he thought." Ma doesn't find the story amusing, but Pa (quietly) does.

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* In ''These Happy Golden Years'', a kitten wanders into church one Sunday morning, and winds up chased by a dog. The kitten runs off and apparently disappears, until Laura realizes it's crawled up beneath her dress and is scaling her hoop skirts like a little mountain climber. When she imagines what might happen if the dog were to find it, she tries so hard not to laugh that Mary elbows her and tells her to behave herself. This just makes things harder for Laura, and when, after church, Mary scolds her for it, she laughs until she cries. When she tells Pa and Mary why, even Mary has to admit it's pretty funny.
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* Also in ''Little Town on the Prairie'', the two drunks that walk arm-in-arm down the street, solemnly singing hymns and kicking the screen doors of every store they pass. Particularly amusing is when they break Royal Wilder's door, and he "yanked it open and [[ParentheticalSwearing said what he thought.thought]]." Ma doesn't find the story amusing, but Pa (quietly) does.
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