Read the Necronomicon it'll change your life!

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Read the Necronomicon it'll change your life!

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Read it - bored the crap out

Read it - bored the crap out of me.

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jcgadfly wrote:Read it -

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Read it - bored the crap out of me.

You can't possibly have read H.P. Lovecraft and been bored!?! Or are you talking about the prop book they sell on amazon, cause that thing is just for shits and giggles? Read "The Outsider" short story by Lovecraft. In a letter, Lovecraft himself said that, of all his tales, this story most closely resembles the style of his idol Edgar Allen Poe, writing that it "represents my literal though unconscious imitation of Poe at its very height."

Anyway the link was parody of A Mormon commercial infused with Chthulu mythos. It was epic lolz for Lovecraft fans.


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funknotik wrote:jcgadfly

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jcgadfly wrote:

Read it - bored the crap out of me.

You can't possibly have read H.P. Lovecraft and been bored!?! Or are you talking about the prop book they sell on amazon, cause that thing is just for shits and giggles? Read "The Outsider" short story by Lovecraft. In a letter, Lovecraft himself said that, of all his tales, this story most closely resembles the style of his idol Edgar Allen Poe, writing that it "represents my literal though unconscious imitation of Poe at its very height."

Anyway the link was parody of A Mormon commercial infused with Chthulu mythos. It was epic lolz for Lovecraft fans.

Well it was in the 80's and I wasn't giving a damn then... I'll look at the link later. I don't get youtube here.

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jcgadfly wrote:funknotik

jcgadfly wrote:

funknotik wrote:

jcgadfly wrote:

Read it - bored the crap out of me.

You can't possibly have read H.P. Lovecraft and been bored!?! Or are you talking about the prop book they sell on amazon, cause that thing is just for shits and giggles? Read "The Outsider" short story by Lovecraft. In a letter, Lovecraft himself said that, of all his tales, this story most closely resembles the style of his idol Edgar Allen Poe, writing that it "represents my literal though unconscious imitation of Poe at its very height."

Anyway the link was parody of A Mormon commercial infused with Chthulu mythos. It was epic lolz for Lovecraft fans.

Well it was in the 80's and I wasn't giving a damn then... I'll look at the link later. I don't get youtube here.

 

Yah, you almost certainly read the crap book that was written as supporting material.  If you want to get a feel for the real stuff without the reading, I would urge you to rent John Carpenter's In the Mouth of Madness.

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i've read it.  it was

i've read it.  it was interesting at times but it didn't change my life.  The Golden Bough, however....

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