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626.2 #275 DL Qual #150 10-15-12 8:36PM
My hubby is Victor Frankenstein.
I saw you! I was the CM at the trail by Small World who commented on Sparky - BaseballMickey_CM   6241.8 #12 10-15-12 9:52PM Like(2)  Reply
Haha I was a chubby pumpkin! - dumbbunny  626.2 #275 10-15-12 10:01PM
I met my 1st MWer and didn't know it. šŸ˜Š - dumbbunny  626.2 #275 10-16-12 2:20AM
Cool costume! - Zipper2theRescue   243.2 #1320 10-15-12 8:47PM Like  Reply
So awesome. And I see Sparky! - mousejedi   307.4 #772 10-15-12 9:17PM Like  Reply
My wife is patty - philliprocks   900.3 #168 10-15-12 9:20PM Like  Reply
BTW. that's a cool costume. Most people don't realize that victor Frankenstein's monster doesn't have a name. Frankenstein is actually the guy who made him. Good book - philliprocks  900.3 #168 10-15-12 9:26PM
I was just going to say that, lol! So many people think that the monster's name is Frankenstein. It's an excellent read! - Spoonful_O_Sugar  544.7 #323 10-15-12 9:28PM
And Frankenstein's author was actually a woman named Mary Shelly. I still love šŸ’šFramkenweenie ! - RadiatorSprings4Ever  864.3 #182 10-15-12 9:46PM
FrankenweeniešŸ˜œ - RadiatorSprings4Ever  864.3 #182 10-15-12 9:47PM
Well if Victor Frankenstein brought life back to the dead body of a guy that passed, then wouldnt that make him a Frankenstein by default? Being that this person was dead, he is no longer his former person, and only knows of his origins as a Frankenstien. - BambooMike  133.4 #2831 10-15-12 9:55PM
Thus making him a Frankenstein Monster... - BambooMike  133.4 #2831 10-16-12 3:16AM
You mean that the audience could call it "A Frankenstein"--named after the scientist who created it? That's true, but Frankenstein never named his monster in the narrative, so it would be something the audience just makes up. And the monster is composed of parts of dead people: it's not a single body brought back to life, so it's a composite of different identities. Interesting theory, though. - Spoonful_O_Sugar  544.7 #323 10-16-12 5:53AM
What is this book for but the reading audience? He was Still Frankenstein's creation... Wether its parts from multiple people, he is still is responsible for bringing all the pieces together and giving them life. So I say the correct term should be a "Frankenstein Monster" not necessarily an actual Frankenstein family member, but still the monster created by Victor Frankenstein. - BambooMike  133.4 #2831 10-20-12 3:58AM
Awesome - fvbmermaid   220.1 #1606 10-15-12 9:22PM Like  Reply