Quoth the raven, "_______________."
- Join Bird Club!
- Hi, how are you?
- suh dude
- I can fly.
- Can I fly?
- hey wassup hello
Many followed the reference but with variations:
- n3v3rmor3 xD
- never ever never no matter what forever (more)
- not the "n-word"!
- NEVER EVER MORE, EXCEPT SOMETIMES MAYBE
- "Quoth the raven, "Quoth the raven, " ... " " "
- What, the poem by Edgar Allen Poe? The super dark one? :(
I appreciated the close-quotes which matched on the recursive answer. The most popular answer was, of course, the simple "nevermore".
Many people picked onomatopoeia:
- yo yo
- KAA KAA
Today's winner was:
"A long, long time ago, I can still remember how that music used to make me smile. And I knew if I had a chance that I could make those people dance and maybe they'd be happy for awhile. [piano]* And February made me shiver, with every paper I'd deliver. Bad news on the doorstep I couldn't take one more..."
* pronounced "bracket piano bracket"
-- I promise I'm listening to the lecture.
This post's theme word is frowsty, "musty; having a stale smell." The frowsty classic poem was rejuvenated by students' colorful edits.