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A squirrel, Ratatosk, lives in the branches of the world-tree. It takes gossip and messages from Nidhogg, the dread corpse-eater, to the eagle and back again. The squirrel tells lies to both of them, and takes joy in provoking anger. -- Neil Gaiman
What goes click ninety-nine times and clack once? A centipede with a clubfoot. -- Anne Frank
grovelling, mole-eyed blockhead -- Charlotte Bronte
Grouses that go unheard only grow louder, till they reach a level of frustration where they become silent but permanent disappointments. -- Amit Pandey
Read it, ya slack eared, short tusk mongrel." - Grormoth Wraithmane -- D.w. Johnson
Griff's pretty neat on his own. Scottish hedge! -- Damon Suede
a creature of impulse. -- Clive Barker
Ickle me, pickle me, tickle me too
never returned to the world they knew
and nobody knows what happened to
dear ickle me, pickle me, tickle me too -- Shel Silverstein
What the hell is a SpongeBob? -- Madeleine Urban
The call of the yellow-billed cuckoo of North America is often mistaken for a bloodhound drinking a bowl of milk. He goes coulp coulp coulp. -- Will Cuppy
Gilly Gilleshpee -- Victoria Laurie
Quick: noise made by a dyslexic duck -- Barry Cryer
The GP appeared in its typical V formation. "Goose on the lawn," Luc said. "Goose?" I asked. "That V formation. I like to use derogatory terms to describe the GP whenever possible. -- Chloe Neill
Quack: A boastful pretender to arts which he does not understand. A vain boastful pretender to physick; An artful, tricking practitioner in physick. -- Samuel Johnson
What's green, hangs on a wall and whistles? -- Leo Rosten
I got a dog-training book. It says Grendel needs mental stimulation, so I tried to train him, but I think he must be retarded. -- Ilona Andrews
Safe word is Pickle -- Gabe
They watch on, evil, incredibly stupid, enjoying my destruction.
'Poor Grendel's had an accident,' I whisper. 'So may you all. -- John Gardner
Aglets. Plastic thingies."
"Why do you know what those things are called?"
"Phineas and Ferb."
"You watch cartoons?"
Zane laughed hoarsely. "Kind of judgy for someone who can sing the country song from Animaniacs."
"Damn you, Tyler! Can't keep a fucking secret! -- Abigail Roux
Bonkie bit Garp!"
Garp bit Bonkie -- John Irving
GRUNT - "Term of affection used to denote that filthy, sweaty, dirt-encrusted, footsore, camouflage-painted, tired, sleepy beautiful little son of a bitch who has kept the wolf away from the door for over two hundred years. -- H.g. Duncan
A well-bred duckling spreads his feet wide apart, just like his father and mother, in this way. Now bend your neck, and say 'quack.'" The -- Hans Christian Andersen
Shoo! said Mrs. Higgler. The birds started at her, incuriously, and did not leave. One of them ducked its head down into the grass, came up again with a lizard struggling in its beak. A gulp and a shake, and the lizard was a bulge in the bird's neck. The -- Neil Gaiman
Yes, I'm a mouse. Squeak, squeak. Now shoo-shoo back to your little bug friends, said Rirped, picking up a hunk of dried beef. He tore a off a piece with his teeth and noticed Boots hadn't moved. He pulled back his lips to reveal a row of jagged teeth and gave her a sharp hiss. -- Suzanne Collins
A little roving, solitary thing. -- Charlotte Bronte
Sent as a present from Annam
A red cockatoo.
Coloured like the peach-tree blossom,
Speaking with the speech of men.
And they did to it what is always done
To the learned and eloquent.
They took a cage with stout bars
And shut it up inside. -- Bai Juyi
Hark to the sky of a seagull!
He cries because he's not an eagle.
Oh, what if you were you silly he-gull?
What would you say to your she-gull? -- Ogden Nash
A leech who, having penetrated the shell of a turtle only to find that the creature has long been dead, deems it expedient to form a new attachment to a fresh turtle. -- Ambrose Bierce
Deer Reeder: First may I say, sorry for any werds I spel <>rong>rongrong>. Because I am a fox! So don't rite or spel perfect. -- George Saunders
In for a sheep, in for a gargant. -- Jim Butcher
Who is this pompous hobgoblin? His jaw had grown square, his belly had gone soft. He was parading like a dictator in jockey shorts and argyle socks. -- Genie Frisbee
RATTLESNAKE, n. Our prostrate brother, "Homo ventrambulans". -- Ambrose Bierce
A grouch escapes so many little annoyances that it almost pays to be one. -- Kin Hubbard
[Footnote:] The Dotterel weighs only four ounces. It has long been a scientific riddle how so much wrong-headedness can manage to exist in so small a space. Still, there's the Least Gnatcatcher. -- Will Cuppy
I asked Mr. Wrangle what you were like. He said you were hornet juice and rosebuds in a container of gazelle meat. -- Tom Robbins
The gretteste clerkes been noght wisest men. -- Geoffrey Chaucer
Lenz tells Green how once he was at a Halloween party where a hydrocephalic woman wore a necklace made of dead gulls. -- David Foster Wallace
Stubborn, snarly male. -- Anne Bishop
I am the gaiaphage. -- Michael Grant
Uncle Pumblechook: a large hard-breathing middle-aged slow man, with a mouth like a fish, dull staring eyes, and sandy hair standing upright on his head, so that he looked as if he had just been all but choked, and had that moment come to. -- Charles Dickens
So you've got no name?" I asked. "They couldn't think of one ugly enough?"
The creature snarled, stepping over the unconscious policeman.
"Set animal is too hard to say," I decided. "I'll call you Leroy."
Apparently, Leroy didn't like his name. He lunged. -- Rick Riordan
Uncle Jeb," we croaked in surprise. "You found us."
"Well, now," he said, and his gruff voice brought back a hundred memories. "Well, now, here's a pickle. -- Stephenie Meyer
BLARGLE SLORG NOTH HARGHLE FTHAGN! You know. The usual. -- Jim Butcher
A werewolf. He said the word like he was learning a foreign language and wanted to get the accent right. -- Tielle St. Clare
It's a yeti," said Gaspar from behind me, obviously having been roused from his trance. "An abominable snowman." "This is what happens when you fuck a sheep!?" I exclaimed. "Not an abomination," Josh said, "abominable." The yeti licked him on the cheek. -- Christopher Moore
ohmygodIthinkIsuckedhisdick. -- Alessandra Torre
Raccoon." She saw Ellie put a hand to her mouth to cover the giggles and then looked back at Tom. "Like, you caught it?"
"Well, it sure didn't get Fed-Exed [ ... ] -- Ilsa J. Bick
I have always been a grumbler. I am designed for the part - sagging face, weighty underlip, rumbling, resonant voice. Money couldn't buy a better grumbling outfit. -- J.b. Priestley
Well, I'll tell you, Mr. Graff-'
'Not Graff,' the big man snapped, looking annoyed. 'The name is Garff-Garff!'
'Say, that's good,' the hunter said. 'Garff-Garff- that's even better than bow-wow. Do you know any other animal imitations? -- Joe Millard
Words cannot express how pissed off I am. I am going to have to invent a new word to explain how angry I am. Karflagled. I am so karflagled off at you right now!" "See, -- C.t. Phipps
This howling mouth, this head which rolls back and tries to escape. -- Frederick Leboyer
My wife is a lovely leathery green, the blue-tongued lizard said;
Her eyes are as red as bulldog ants, lurking in holes in her head;
Her body is made of the speckled grass, a violet grows on her tongue,
And I could watch her for fifty years if nobody blundered along. -- Douglas Stewart
SHUT UP!...PADLE! -- Ridley Pearson
A grifter's got an irresistible urge to be the guy who's wise. There's nothin' to whipping a fool. Hell, fools are made to be whipped. But to take another pro. Even your partner, who knows you and has his eye on you. That's a score! No matter what happens. -- Donald E. Westlake
chooks. You cannot go away and leave -- Peter Carey
Even without seeing the crickets, grasshoppers, cicadas and katydids, we hear them shrilling in this season and trust that they're the tiny living gargoyles entomologists claim. -- Diane Ackerman
Thou frothy tickle-brained hedge-pig! -- William Shakespeare
Quill: An instrument of torture yielded by a goose and commonly weilded by as ass. -- Ambrose Bierce
If you've got cockles, those nickel-size, heart-shaped mollusks, and you want to get fancy, steam them, then toss the meat in finely ground cornmeal. -- Kate Christensen
Gromit was the name of a cat. When I started modeling the cat I just didn't feel it was quite right, so I made it into a dog because he could have a bigger nose and bigger, longer legs. -- Nick Park
At best she's a scrawny, hollow-eyed croneling." "Croneling?" John tilted his head in perplexity. "Croneling. Noun. One who has yet to achieve cronehood. The adolescent phase of the British crone," Avery lectured. -- Connie Brockway
Bode Gazzer was five feet six and had never forgiven his parents for it. He wore three-inch snakeskin shitkickers and walked with a swagger that suggested not brawn so much as hemorrhoidal tribulation. -- Carl Hiaasen
A Quarkbeast is a small hyena-shaped creature that is covered in leathery scales and often described as: 'One tenth Labrador, six-tenths velociraptor and three-tenths kitchen food blender. -- Jasper Fforde
Ninja chicken isn't he?" You grinned at me, rolling your sleeves up."We'll see about that."
You reached into the cage. Instantly Dick was onto your hand, clawing at you, biting chunks with his beak.
"Godamn rooster! -- Lucy Christopher
What do you think?" he asked Hermione.
"Oh, Harry," she said wearily, "it's a pile of utter rubbish. This can't be what the sign really means. This must just be his weird take on it. What a waste of time."
"I s'pose this is the man who brought us Crumple-Horned Snorkacks," said Ron. -- J.k. Rowling
As deformed as a grotesque potato, -- Andrzej Sapkowski
The house of Godric Gryffindor has commanded the respect of the wizarding world for nearly ten centuries. I will not have you, in one night, besmirching that name by behaving like a babbling, bumbling band of baboons! -- J.k. Rowling
pony, mashed potato, alligator, watusi, twist, jerk. -- A.v. Club
Deer Reeder: First may I say, sorry for any werds I spel rong. Because I am a fox! So don't rite or spel perfect. -- George Saunders
Oh, this beast? It's ... perspicacious loris. 'Perspicacious' meaning 'wise or canny'."
"Get stuffed," Bovril said, then giggled.
"And it insults people," Telsa said. "How peculiar. -- Scott Westerfeld
"The house-elf who lives here," said Ron. "Nutter. Never met one like him."
"He is not a nutter," said Hermione.
"His life's ambition is to have his head cut off and stuck up on a plaque like his mother", said Ron. "Is that normal, Hermione? -- J.k. Rowling
scat to rock steady -- Robert A. Roskind
Heckle and Jeckle again -- Rita Williams-Garcia
Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe; All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe. -- Lewis Carroll
Finally, Groucho stopped working on his roast beef, put down his fork, leaned over to her and said, "Look, will you stop calling him 'Gumbo'? Gumbo's a type of soup. My brother's name is 'Gummo!'" In -- Steve Stoliar
The ferret sat and examined his foot "What in the world am I?" he asked, alarmed "I look like some sort of rodent! -- Rachel Roberts
[ ... ] a super-rat. I nailed it across the eyes once with a lucky shot with the butt of my gun, but it got up again and shat in my telephone. -- Warren Ellis
Griswold!" a voice bellowed.
"We'll talk about this later," he said, then climbed to his feet and stood at attention. "Sir!"
I turned around, only to be confronted with the largest man I had ever seen in my life.
The end was nigh. -- Lia Habel
A squiggle, they are believed to be the first animal ever drawn. -- Bryan Christy
cudgel! That's worth thy trouble, -- Jacob Grimm
Green tree. Pretty lady. Car. Car. Truck," she recites, naming out loud almost everything she sees. "Don't mind me, I'm a gabberbox," she chuckles. "A gabberbox?" I ask, confused at her term. "You know, hon, I talk a lot," she explains before breaking into a laugh that is eerily familiar. -- John Waters
It was a hound of some sort, black and disproportionately long-bodied, with lets so stumpy that they appeared to have been amputated. With large, liquid eyes and a sturdy long tail in constant motion, it resembled nothing so much as and exceedingly amiable sausage. -- Diana Gabaldon
Lord love a duck. -- Carolyn Brown
Miss Gerhart, the last time I saw you, you had quite a mouthful to shout at me. You're really quiet today. Cat got your tongue? -- J.b. Mcgee
Raven." There was a long pause as Ronan regarded his hand. "Maybe a crow. But I doubt it. I ... yeah, seriously doubt it. Corvus corax."
Even drunk, Ronan knew the Latin name for the common raven. -- Maggie Stiefvater
Chadwickius frenemus, -- Heather Vogel Frederick
A GLUTTON IS ONE who raids the icebox for a cure for spiritual malnutrition. -- Frederick Buechner
We take the subway.Grumble's next message came through after breakfast, and it said:
theres a grumblegear3k waiting for you at 11 jay street in dumbo. ask for the hogwarts special. hold the shrooms. -- Robin Sloan
Twice I flushed grouse, always a terrifying experience: an instantaneous explosion from the undergrowth at your feet, like balled socks fired from a gun, followed by drifting feathers and a lingering residue of fussy, bitching noise. I -- Bill Bryson
Splendiferous. That's your word. It's yellow with six legs and it's crawling up your arm. -- Natalie Lloyd
Mistletoe," said Luna dreamily, pointing at a large clump of white berries placed almost over Harry's head. He jumped out from under it.
"Good thinking," said Luna seriously. "It's often infested with nargles. -- J.k. Rowling
One who sings with his tongue on fire, gargles in the rat race choir. -- Bob Dylan
Rory the Dead Raccoon stood up on his hind legs, his arms stretched out in glee. He looked like he was the most excited member of your surprise party, or like a Time Lord in the process of regenerating. His -- Jenny Lawson
I don't know what a carbuncle is, but it doesn't sound pleasant. I wish one upon Rachel's nose. -- Emily Giffin
When I'm feeling
I get nasty,
I get whiny.
Stay away or
I might stick you.
My sharp words are
quills to prick you. -- Laura Purdie Salas
And as in uffish thought he stood, The Jabberwock, with eyes of flame, Came whiffling through the tulgey wood, And burbled as it came! One, two! One, two! And through and through The vorpal blade went snicker-snack! He left it dead, and with its head He went galumphing back. -- Lewis Carroll
In front of her the cat Greebo, glad to be home again, lay on his back with all four paws in the air, doing his celebrated something-found-in-the-gutter impersonation. -- Terry Pratchett
Pompous worm-faced snob-head camel turd. -- Tui T. Sutherland
She pulled the hood over the girl's ears and fastened it tight. Biterblue looked like a potato sack, a small, shivering potato sack with empty eyes and a knife. -- Kristin Cashore
Well, ring-tailed rutabagas. -- Thomas Pynchon