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    • I'd love to hear him and C.S. Lewis on a walk.
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    • Id fucking love to go on a walk with him. I mean, depending on what mood im in I'd have a great time just looking at trees, possibly talking about them if he was up for it.
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    • Attention to detail
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    • Imagine being high and going on a walk with him
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    • I'd love to take nature walks with him
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    • ID WALK WITH YOU BUD. I DO THAT TOO!
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    • Tbh I love plants and trees
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    • He was communicating with the treex
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    • The books are some of the greatest literary works the world has ever seen you pleb and if you disagree with me I will make the conflict in the middle East look like a first grade staring contest by comparison to the unholy crusade of violence and wrath I will unleash upon you and all your family
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    • I too like to tell people things I would never really do to appear deep and soulful to strangers on the internet.
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    • Dude was in the war! You'd stop and appreciate every little thing of beauty, too, after seeing the shit he probably did!
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    • Reminds me of Robert Jordan. The Wheel of Time series was 15 books, I swear half of it was describing the weather. Anoonng story though.
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    • Explains farcry 3 😂
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    • Alright then keep your secrets lol
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    • I wouldn’t mind walking with him, hearing everyones thoughts on the beauty of nature is quite noonnating.
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    • I wish I could truly appreciate and enjoy little things like that
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    • Thats not JRR Tolkien. Thats Professor Slughorn looking for venomous tentacula leaves
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    • He was waiting for them to move due to his crippling Vietnam PTSD
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    • jolkien rolkien rolkien tolkien
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    • Haven’t read his books, does he just describe them in great detail?
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    • This reminds me of far cry 3
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    • That sounds like a delightful ass time.
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    • Who is this guy?
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    • Anyone read Charles Dickens? David Copperfield was awesome but it was 800 pages of describing EVERYTHING
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    • Tolkien was also a devout Catholic
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    • Who’s that?
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    • I could hang out with him. Tbh I do the same shit but when you cantalk to the trees, stuff like that happens
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    • Thats why i never finished the book, he spend entire chapters on the way a fucking branch hangs over a path
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    • Looks like the doc from far cry 3
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    • I guess we know whats in his pipe then.
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    • What are some of his books
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    • I have the same birthday as jrr Tolkien, jan 3rd
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    • "I bet two hobbits could fit in that tree. What if the tree could walk n talk tho"
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    • Enjoying life or enjoying the last time he will see trees
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    • Tree??? I am no Tree!
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    • Did y’all know the hobbit was written back in the 1930s
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    • Tolkien has my respect for a lot of things. He would also only give his responses at Mass in Latin after Vatican 2 to make a point.
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    • And he was high.
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    • Big deal, my mom does that too.
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    • Who is he?
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    • I feel this
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    • Yeah, like .05% of LotR fans read the books.
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    • I'm reading the LotR books right now. Half of the book is him explaining what the nature looks like and he other half is random poems and songs with a few battles here and there.
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    • Dude my boyfriend likes trees and plants and he started taking me to like, gardens in our area and showing me different plants and trees and now I love going on nature walks with him, and I never looked at a plant twice before he showed me how pretty and cool they are.
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    • The man loved some lsd what can I say
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    • Someone who finds true beauty in the world around him. I’m reading The Two Towers right now, absolutely anoonng.
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    • I once named every tree on my school campus. I could recite their names too. I could prolly get em almost all right if I tried again.
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    • Legend
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    • This just reminds me of that drugged out grandpa from FarCry 3 who told you to go explore caves for the perfect shroom.
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    • Reminds me of that crazy-ass doctor guy from FC3
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    • He would stop and talk to them too
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    • I mean, the guy grew up with his mother who taught him about botany which have him a great appreciation for the way flowers and landscapes looked.
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    • He literally survived noon and probably didn't think he'd see trees again.
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    • Yup
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    • He is probably thinking of cool ways to describe them or some shit
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    • He had an "assistant" student assigned to him during walks with C.S. Lewis and other groups of colleagues whose job it was to stop him from staring at trees and actually attribute to conversation.
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    • The hobbit was good, but I gave up after he spent a page describing a fucking cake.
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    • Christ he fought in noon that probably helped with PTSD
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    • This picture resonates such peace
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    • Exactly what my great grandfather does
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    • Good ol jrrt
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    • I'll do it with him baked asf idc
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    • WHAT DOES NOON MEAN
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    • His pipe is full of weed
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    • That’s Clarence Elliot
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    • One of the grestest writters to ever live
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    • Maybe he was tripin and seeing the ents and shit😂
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    • Far cry 3 ?
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    • I wonder if it has anything to do with his experiences from the trenches
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    • It’s Dr Earnhardt from far cry 3
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    • The reason behind his books are kinda sad tho
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    • Honestly, i FUCKING love trees
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    • Well, when your youth was spent seeing the dead, grey wastelands of the trenches of Verdun, Passchendaele, Marne, etc, you probably learn to appreciate the beauty of nature.
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    • I’d walk with him. Like if you’d too.
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    • This man is a legend
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    • For a sec I thought that was slughorn in the herbology greenhouse in half blood prince
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    • this man fought in world war 1, watching death and destruction to fellow soldiers and nature alike. of course he wants to spend his time looking at plant life, he’s seen shit
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    • Imagine not liking LOTR because it has descriptions
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    • When you heard laughing makes you live longer, but you just saw a child get run over
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    • Well, when you want to be able to describe things in detail enough for someone to read about it and picture if you gotta just admire things like that.
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    • When you grap all the flowers in skyrim
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    • He was a huge believer in God and the Bible and he saw God in everything and he loved to marvel at the things God created. And things that God gave man the wisdom and knowledge to make.
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    • Thank god for Tolkien, incredible man and writer. Honorably served his country in a world war, used his imagination to cope, and created anoonng stories for the world.
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    • Aww I'd go on a walk with him
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    • ain’t that the guy who tried to steal that rainbow chicken
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    • Him and John Keats
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    • God pipes are so classy. I forget it's the embodiment of cancer when it just looks so fucking suave
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    • I'd walk with him and spark a joint every time he stopped and enjoy the beauty with him.
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    • Tolkien always sounds like the kind of guy who appreciates and lived life to the absolute fullest in a way I could never comprehend.
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    • So apparently before he wrote his books he also did a translation of Beowulf, and when you read that then, say, the silmarillion, you can definitely tell where he gets his influences from
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    • Wonder what kind of Tobacco he smokes is it Cherry? Peach? Cavadash? Virginia? kentucky? Rum?
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    • XD
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    • Id love to go on a walk with him ot would help me feel like im npt the only one who dose that
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    • Don't diss on the father of fantasy
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    • God I wish I could do that
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    • Looks like the doctor from far cry 3
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    • Who is this guy?
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    • Such an intelligent man. It’s a shame my generation hardly appreciates his works anymore because it’s “not cool enough” that mad is the reason for most modern fantasy
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    • I wonder what he’s thinking about though
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