#1
For some reason last night I was thinking about to around 4th grade a book we read as a class, but I can't remember the title. I do remember a few things about it. The cover was white, I believe it had a blue house on it with a boy coming out of it. It was about a kid who I think moved into a new house. There was like a hurricane on his birthday or something like that. And I think the title had "23" in it.

Help me Pit, this is really bothering me.
#2
Everybody Poops?
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#3
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Everybody Poops?



Thats an REM song.
None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free.
#5
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Thats an REM song.

Well played.
Quote by Ez0ph
That was a different Feb08er that threatened to suck you off
I remember that


Sadly, I was the threatened.
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Let it be known that I concur with everything this gentleman says, ever.



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#6
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Thats an REM song.

hahaha. Thats everyone HURTS.
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I'm not in there
#7
google image search?
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Totally awesome, I love you.

Have my children.

#8
wow u guys are retarded. who the hell cares what book u read in 4th grade????
#10
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wow u guys are retarded. who the hell cares what book u read in 4th grade????

Capitals, spelling, and grammar are your friends. And I care. It was stuck in my mind all night and its starting to bother me.
#11
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It was The Very Hungry Caterpillar....pop-up edition.

i that book
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Fear the LIME

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#13
In the Empire of Genghis Khan by Stanley Stewart.

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French, from participle of flamboyer to flame
1:Characterized by waving curves suggesting flames
2:Marked by or given to strikingly elaborate or colorful display or behavior

#14
26 Fairmount Avenue? Never read it, but it sort of fits your description...