Bother. Clive Fagenbush is pestering Father to promote him to the First Assistant Curator position. That would be a true disaster. I hope Father sees that he’s not ready. Just think how insufferable he’d be! And how much damage he could do if he were in charge…

24 Responses to “Fagenbush”

  1. Kiki Says:

    Oh, pay no heed to that intolerable smirk.

    Haha I had to try that out.
    Anyway, the weekend finally! Only some French homework. Monday is my least favorite day!

  2. Ashoka Says:

    This is what i say you should do:

    1. find fagenbush trying to do something nice for father.
    2. When father is coming to see what fagenbush has done nock something down and then bolt out of the room without father noticing
    thats it! Wow i’m so good its scary :D

  3. leximel Says:

    OH NOH! Poke out Fagenbush’s eyes so he is incapable of working!

  4. Paige (Eemie) (Gabelle) (P4!g3) Says:

    o no! i suggest… hmmm… he smells like cabbage, right? well, tell your dad that you’re gonna go buy some cabbage. then, later, tell him that there is something interesting you want to show him (where fagenbush is). your father will say something like, “theodosia, i’m glad you’re enjoying cabbage.” “oh, no, that’s mister fagenbush.” okay, it’s actually not that good. but it’s worth a try.

  5. Ashoka Says:

    Well if fagenbush is pestering father Then that means hes being annoying right? So then who would want to promote some one who is annoying?

  6. Kiki Says:

    No just kidding…uh….
    I’ll get back to you on a plan

  7. Ashoka Says:

    so little people are posting

  8. Kaitlyn Says:

    HI! where is everyone? i think we are taking a vacation, hmmm? :D

    Ok, so who one your mini contest, ashoka?

  9. Kiki Says:

    OH that was a contest??
    (eyebrows wiggly ~~~~)
    I just got Spore!!!! Downloading it now!!!! Want it got it am going to love it
    Look it up. Spore. Computer game.

  10. Kaitlyn Says:

    Hi, everyone!

    I got my prize. It’s an AWESOME book so please try it.

    Did you know in the book that Effie (Ef, or Effieline, the main character) actually read Theodosia and the Serpents of Chaos????? No wonder Theo introduced her!

    By the way Theo, how’s the next contest idea and your book coming along? Once I finish a book, I realize:

    “Oh no! I just fished another book! Now I’ve got to find another one!”

    See, that’s the problem with fast reading. You always finish WAY to fast.

    This site has been really quiet, partly I think because R.L. is so busy with her next Theo book! ;)

    Oh, and Kyra, don’t mean to be a party pooper, but, I don’t really PLAY computer games. Sorry, I don’t want to try spore. Woops.

    Is this an overly long comment? I hope so. We need a few more under this roof.

    So, what’s everyone been doing? Homework, I bet. I know I have.

    I can’t wait for the neaxt contest! (not because I just won, mind you)

    Hope to hear from you all soon! Cuz I’ll be here!

    - Kaitlyn :D

  11. Kaitlyn Says:

    Wow! My second overly long coment! You guys should work on yours. :) :D :o :P ;)

  12. Theodosia Says:

    I’m so glad you liked the book, Kaitlyn! (What a fast reader you are!)

    And you’re right. I’ve been FAR too busy lately, but it is absolutely time for a new contest. One with a very exciting prize! I’ll try to post the new contest today or tomorrow.

  13. Kaitlyn Says:

    Ok, Theo! Sounds good! I’ll check tomorrow for the contest if I can.

    By the way, Is Efiie english?

    I think she loved your book! :)

    Thanks again for the book!

    P.S. How’s the now Theo book coming along?

  14. Kaitlyn Says:

    Effie, I mean.

    {or Ef, or Effieline; according to Mr. Giles}

  15. Kaitlyn Says:

    Never mind, I know Ef’s not english. Earase that question out of your mind!

  16. Moonflower Says:

    Bonjour! Comment ca va! (I love other languages.) French is an easy language compared to, say, Mandarin, or Arabic.
    Bye now! I know I’m annoying!

  17. Moonflower Says:

    has anyone read Kiki Strike or Charlie Bone or Percy Jackson books? those are probably the three best series on earth in my opinion.

  18. Theodosia Says:

    Bonjour, Moonflower!

    Oui, I have read the first Percy Jackson book and loved it a lot. Will have to give Kiki Strike a try.

    (And you’re not annoying!)

  19. Theodosia Says:

    Or would that be Lunefleur in French? ;-)

  20. Anna Says:

    Theo, you absolutely have to read the rest of the Percy Jackson books! If you don’t know what they’re called, let me tell you:
    #2: Percy Jackson and the Sea of Monsters
    #3: Percy Jackson and the Titan’s Curse
    #4: Percy Jackson and the Battle of the Labyrinth

    They are so good! The plot thickens!

    Moonflower, have you read Charlie Bone and the Shadow? I saw it at a bookstore and bought it…although now I realize I don’t really like it and like the fifth one the best.
    P.S. French is my second language! Le comprenez-vous bien ? J’aime parler dans d’autres langages–ils sont comme des codes !

    Theo, how much French do you know?

    EVERYONE HERE ABSOLUTELY HAS TO READ SKULDUGGERY PLEASANT! It’s the best book in the world besides the Harry Potter books, the Theo books, and the Percy Jackson books!

  21. Anna Says:

    A bit of questions on English slang:

    Theo, in the HP books (don’t know if you’ve read these), a character named Tonks greets Harry with “Wotcher,”
    I’ve just been wondering–What on earth does “wotcher” mean? Does it mean “wotcher doin’?” or “wotcher up to?”

    If you know, please reply. If it’s too modern…that’s OK. My dad and I were guessing on it.

  22. Theodosia Says:

    I think it must mean “wotcher doin’?” or maybe “wothcher up to?” either one of those.

  23. Theodosia Says:

    Anna, I have a copy of Skulduggery Pleasant right her on my shelf. I’ll have to give it a try. And unfortunately, I don’t know nearly as much French as I should.

  24. Anna Says:

    That’s OK, Theo, French is the language I speak at home, anyways.
    Skulduggery Pleasant is sort of gory at parts (I didn’t like it much at first) BUT IT’S STILL GREAT! It continues in the second book, “Playing With Fire”.