The thinnest books in the Dunshelm Library

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Why I'm never going to appear on television ever again by Treguard (published January 1995)
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Why I Am going to appear on Television again By Majida (okay,okay I just made that to annoy HStorm)
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Actually, if you take a peep at imdb.com and see the careers of the actors in KM, you would be rather surprised at Majilda! Hell, I was!
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Really?
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Oh it's not that bad....

After all, its fairly standard nowadays for an actor/actress to do at least one scene like...

Moving on....

Our romantic fireside Chats by the Grimwolds

Controlling your romantic impulses towards dangerous women by Motley

Controlling your romantic impulses towards overgrown schoolgirls in nighties by Motley

Controlling your urge to do silly dances on national television by Motley

Controlling the Urge to make lots of jokes about jesters who've done you no harm by Visage

They're just books you know by Callimpsest of the KMBS (I mean, necrophilia?)

Planning your happy Home by Merlin, Chapter one: How having a huge hole in your floor tends to deter visitors

Ten steps to infallible latin by Hordriss (back me up here Drassil!)

Mastery of Card Tricks by Brother Mace

Repetitive catch-phrases and how to avoid them by Sylvester Hands

Repetitive situations and how to avoid them by the keeper of the key to those stocks.

Red mage of my dreams a torrid Mills and Boon book by Marta
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Ten steps to infallible latin by Hordriss (back me up here Drassil!)
Ego sum inferior: Why Hordriss has a better grasp of Latin syntax and vocabulary than I do, on every occasion by Brother Mace
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Repetitive situations and how to avoid them by the keeper of the key to those stocks.
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Fair enough... Hordriss, you win again ;D

The connosiers guide to Estruscan Brandy by Brother Mace

Why Changing one letter of your name from famous Arthurian Characters isn't going to fool anyone by Mogdred and Morghanna

Why Malory doesn't turn in his grave when he sees how I've changed since the 4th century by Merlin

How to gently repel unwanted advances by Gwendoline

The importance of knowing the answer to questions before you ask them by Mellisaundre and the Brollachan

How green was my fireball: A guide to why changing the colour of magic makes it so much more exciting by Grimaldine

Sparkling Conversation gambits by the Gatekeeper
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how to stand up for yourselves By the Assassins
Horse tips, looking after your horse By Sir Hugh de Witless
My greatest rescues By Sir Hugh de Witless
Party games by Mellisandra
Quiet meditation By Barry
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I think all of those ones have been done already I'm afraid, Moana.   :(  This is one of the reasons why I think the thread should be allowed to die, it's pretty well exhausted.
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Have they? I didn't think that this one had been done:
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Or has it? Anyway do you think that this topic should be locked? I think so but that's what I think!
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No I'm not saying it should be locked... people will be able to think up new ones every once in a while, but I just think we should let it drift for the time being rather than trying to force it to keep going, which is what a lot of the recent entries have felt like.
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How To Recognise And Convincingly Disguise Yourself As A Great Historical Warrior, by Sylvester Hands.

A Guide To Loading Your Crossbow With The Correct Ammo, by Velda.

The Sanctity Of Pure Magic, by Lord Fear.

British And Proud Of It, A Collabaorative Autobiography, by Snowwiewolf and zzt.
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"Things I Haven't Said In Quotes" by Skarkill

Mastering the Art of Calmness by Gideon

Why The Life Force Skull Really Isn't That Scary by zzt
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How to live without "dangerous friends" by me
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