"No, Lennie. I ain't mad. I never been mad, an' I ain't now. That's the thing I want you to know."
@Kliment Voroshilov, great book/movie
@Richard Cypher, well great book at least.
@Kliment Voroshilov, only read the beginning for school and was supposed to read it all but being the lazy person I am didn’t.
@Pandaramic, you should go back and read it. It's a great book.
@Kliment Voroshilov, Tell me about the rabbits George
@Richard Cypher, what movie/ book is it?
@NAMEISNOTKIJIK, of mice and men
@Richard Cypher, thanks friend!
*Tries not to cry; cries a lot*
@Melllvar, when we watched the movie in English the whole class just sat there in dead silence trying not to cry
@JJD2016, what movie? I was homeschooled😑
@Blackfrost273, Of Mice and Men
@Melllvar, I read further down just after I commented. Ha. So many re-representations in cinema today
I pets the rabbits, George
Really was a miserable ending
@eleven, "Now what the hell do you suppose is eatin' them two guys?"
I'm gonna need some context because this looks bad
@Lord Wivern, it's a book (that was made into a movie) written by John Steinbeck called "Of Mice and Men"
@Lord Wivern, It's from the book Of Mice and Men, it takes place during the Great Depression and the story is about two men named George and Lennie, Lennie is mentally disabled and George has been taking care of him, but because of the time period no one really knew how to handle it, Lennie is a strong person and accidentally killed someone when he got scared, at the end of the story George had Lennie look out at a lake and think of something happy and then shot him, it's a very sad ending to a very great book
@InsaneWorm, That last statement just about sums up every John Steinbeck novel
@InsaneWorm, so it's just like when Carol shoots Lizzie in The Walking Dead
@InsaneWorm, so, similar to the green mile and ripples through a lot of good stories including "just look at the flowers" in the walking dead after the prison arc. That is so similar. You know, it's the people in the last of us at the tower. And assassin's with Antonio bandanas and Sylvester Stallone. Wow...
Wew lad that original pic is edgy
In Texas we execute the retarded
Storytime: So we read this as a class in GCSE English. We each had a role to read and ever lesson the teacher would sometimes decide to switch up the roles to different students. However this one kid read Lennie from start to finish. (His name was George oddly enough) He was a bit pretentious, very over dramatic, and got really into it. People often laughed at his full-on portrayal of the character.
Then we finally got the end. And no-one was laughing. He read Lennie’s last scene and I was literally sat at the back crying.
When class was over I went over and gave him a hug.
Sorry for the long message.
( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°). Get it?
The moment when I remember this book all in all yet I cant recall it's name.
I was like the feels man then noticed djangoism
I thought life would be better if we were like the Spartans and threw away any baby that had a anything wrong with them but then I realized a lot of geniuses were born imperfect and the Spartans were a bunch of butt fvckers
Aww, it's to early for these feels
"So, shoot the cripple?"
@Weird Porn Stash, shoot the Crip*
*Throws blud gangsigns*