Because Slogan Generators are fun.

I decided to play around with them Slogan Generators again and well...these are the results.

Tell Them About The Jack, Mummy.

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[The scary stories survivors of the island tell their kids.]

There's More Than One Way To Eat A Ralph.

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[<insert disturbing fan girl giggle here>]

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n00b all up in hurr.

Hello, everyone. I joined this community a minute ago. :D

I had read Lord of the Flies while at my aunt's beach house about two years ago and didn't like it very much--probably because I was ill and had no one with which to discuss the book. Just recently, I read Lord of the Flies in my Survey of World Literature class. With being older and having detailed discussions of the many symbols the book contained, I ended up loving it.

I have a few thoughts for fanfiction in the future, so be ready for that. They will probably end up consisting of smut, so sorry if that's not your cup of tea, but don't say I didn't warn you. :3

Lord of the Flies Fanvid

Yay, I'm finally done! Well, actually, I was done awhile ago but I totally forgot to post it here ;3;

Title: You're Gonna Go Far Kid [Lord of the Flies]
Artist: The Offspring
Summary: I simply loved this book so much! The story, the characters, the moral, everything! It was so haunting, and I don't think I've ever read a book so far that made me feel so queasy, sick and emotional as LOTF. It was fun to make, this vid, though a bit complicated when finding the right clips...

Anyways, both movies were really amazing. I watched them both and loved them both in their own ways. The 1963 one was traditional and close to the story which made it easy for me to find clips of it to fit the lyrics. The 1990 was exciting and unique which made it hard to find clips but fun to re-watch scenes (I laugh every time Jack swears XD).

Extra: I go on to explain in the Description of my video how the lyrics match with the clips!

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Fic: Guilt

Fandom: Lord of the Flies
Title: Guilt
Characters: Ralph, Simon, brief mentions of others
Summary: When left alone for too long, the mind begins to wander in dangerous directions.
Warnings: Thoughts of suicide, spoilers for the book
Word Count: 687
Disclaimer: The characters and plot of 'Lord of the Flies' belong to William Golding. The sentences in italics contained in the brackets are extracts from the novel and in no way belong to me.

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1.Adaption for the stage || 2.LotF discussion?

Any Norwegian people here? No? Didn't think so.

Anyway I just saw a theatre adaption of LotF today at the Norwegian national theatre and I thought I'd post a couple pics. :D
It was adapted by Nigel Williams, so I think it's originally British/American, has anyone seen it by any chance? If so, what'd you think?

The woman playing Ralph with the torch, Jack in the background.

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All the parts were played by women, which actually worked, they were really good. I think the adaptation could have been better though.

ALSO: would anyone be interested in discussion? Or, I dunno, roleplay or something?
I think this community is pretty dead, but I've sorta wanted to discuss the book with someone. :)

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First post in this community!

I loved LOTF~! It was a great book with great symbolism and fun characters! I've been meaning to make some fan videos with the clips from both movie versions soon so I will post them here later! I like the moral of the story a lot and see it as an obvious truth that some people don't really believe in (that society actually does help us :) )

My faves were Simon, Piggy, Ralph and Jack (though sometimes I really hated Jack :p). All four represent different aspects of humans and nature which is pretty awesome.

I'll just admit that I do slash Jack and Ralph but not too much that it takes over my real love for LOTF.
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Hey guys! :)

This is my first post here, and I made an icon just for the occasion! :D So I read Lord of the Flies last month in my English class (that seems to be everyone's story), and I loved it. The writing is great, the story is interesting, the symbolism is incredible (I could probably write a book on LotF symbolism), and the slash is SO OBVIOUS. (haha, yes, I am one of those fans. In case my icon hadn't tipped you off.)

But... apparently slash isn't allowed in this community? :( What? Such a shame! So, I was wondering, if I made a community for LotF slash, would anyone join it? Would anyone post? LotF needs a solid fandom, dammit!
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Any Brits here?

Browsing around the net for images, I found this:


If there are any British members in this comm, have you seen this show?
Personally I was very scared.

Also, introducing myself properly. I'm 16 and from Norway and I've adored the book for about a year now. Like everyone else we read it in school and wrote essays on it. Never had so much fun with an essay in my life. :D