Gingers by Ben Douglass

This for #gingerthursday  🙂
Gingers by Ben Douglass

This for #gingerthursday  🙂

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9 Responses to Gingers by Ben Douglass

  1. Paul Carr says:

    and Tim Minchin, who will tell you that only a Ginger can call another Ginger Ginger.

  2. Stephanie Dreyfürst says:

    +Paul Carr
    I had the exact thought when I saw Scott's post.

  3. Basil Doeringsfeld says:

    I was looking for Conan right off the bat!

  4. Ryan Chambers says:

    … the Doctor is still not ginger…

  5. Scott Cramer says:

    Unless her name is Ginger?

    +Ryan Chambers ??

  6. Josh Freeman says:

    the animal could also have been the librarian if he wanted to make a discworld reference 🙂

  7. Dave Prince says:

    +Josh Freeman, the orangutan (Clyde) was Clint Eastwood's sidekick in "Every which way but loose".
    Although they have great intelligence, I doubt he would make a librarian in any world. 🙂

  8. J. Hancock says:

    for shame +Dave Prince.  an orangutan makes a spectacular librarian in the Discworld series.  and better yet, he refuses all efforts to return him to a human being.  see?  he's smart, too.  =]

  9. Josh Freeman says:

    +Dave Prince in the series of novels about Discworld by Terry Pratchett there is a magical accident in the library of the Unseen University (the school of wizardry in the city of Ankh-Moorpork)  when the book called the Octavo attempts to escape. The accident causes the librarian of said university to transform into an orangutan. Because he has forgotten his name and it's what everyone called him, he is now know just as The Librarian. He also has come to prefer his new form and has no desire to return to humanity as he loves bananas, can climb easily to the higher shelves and can convey just about any idea with a few ook-ooks. Just don't call him a monkey. 🙂

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