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What is a Fuzzball?

  • One question I hear more than any other is What's a Fuzzball??" Allow me to explain:

    A Fuzzball is a 30-year-old fallen debutante who lives in Houston, TX with a bossy dog and an even bossier parrot who she SWEARS is the reincarnation of Napoleon Bonaparte.

    A Fuzzball prefers animals to most people, because people can really suck sometimes.

    A Fuzzball loves music, ALL music ALL of the time. If she's not listening to it, then she's singing it.

    A Fuzzball has a mad love for all things British, especially their actors.

    A Fuzzball is blissfully happy in a bookstore, preferably one with good music playing in the background. If you look under a Fuzzball's bed you'll usually find an entire library of books that she has dropped there after falling asleep reading.

    Fuzzballs are usually incurable romantics, ridiculously optimistic, and bent on making the world a happier place.

    Your typical Fuzzball will probably have a completely bizarre sense of humor. Just go with it, it will take you to funny places.

    You should also be aware that Fuzzballs are giant nerds. Seriously. Science fiction, computers, the whole shebang.

    Fuzzballs are also budding photographers. They love looking at the world through a lens and finding new ways to be creative.

    Oh...and you can also look for a Fuzzball in one of the best movies ever made. ;)

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ooooooooh. Love the new look!


I haven't seen or read Narnia, but I totally agree about the Potter movies. After every movie all I can think of is what they left out...and often this isn't HUGE stuff, but the small things that have a big effect on the feel of the whole story. Adapting books into movies is tough and even when it's done well, it's never the book. I love movies, but I am first, and foremost, a bookworm. Good movies are wonderful, but they should always be viewed as something different from the book on which they are based, not a replacement for the book. Though it may be a blasphemeous thing to say in our media-besotted culture, there are things that books can do that cannot be duplicated on film; there are things that are experienced by reading that cannot be experienced by watching a film.


I feel like an alien from another planet but I don't like either Narnia or Harry Potter!!!!!!!!! If I'm going to read about kids, they're going to be in coming of age books--love them

Can't believe I just admitted that. My own sister thinks I'm a disgrace to the human race for not liking them

Great blog. Will be back


I agree with you, I always have to ride home saying, but in the book, but they forgot, but what about....I always feel like I am settling with the movie version, and thats even when they try really really hard to get it right. When they dont even try? I get flat out PISSED.


You can't fool me. You're just trying to get invited to the next karaoke gathering.


my mum read the Narnia books to me out loud - I have to admit I was touched by the lil' girl discovering the wardrobe ~ but somewhat disappointed with the rest of it all (except the witch though!! she totally kicked ass! - she was perfect) Movies never live up to the books


Hey... i may have accidently.. walked onto that shoot... as i tried to go to my favourite spiritual shop... a couple of weeks ago... to find them filming... and Martin Freeman hanging around outside... i was more annoyed that they had shut my shop... as i keep bumping into Martin and his pregnant girlf... though they both seem very lovely...


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I saw the movie. No, not the most perfect movie, but, I did not see it to analyse it. I saw it to enjoy it, and I did.

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