Me: perhaps i should. it might technically fall under the category of rodents in dystopian literature!
Me: as would mrs. frisby and the rats of nimh!
Me: wow, it's like a whole subgenre.
Me: now i want to think of more.
Me: THE WITCHES!!!!!
Me: THE MOUSE AND THE MOTORCYCLE.
Me: well, okay, maybe the mouse and the motorcycle does not count, but the witches most definitely does!
Me: HEY. Peter Pettigrew on the run. KILLER RODENT. DYSTOPIAN WORLD.
Me: how about Stuart Little?????
Me: are there rodents in Animal Farm????
Me: MICKEY MOUSE IN WALT DISNEY WORLD.
Me: THAT HAS TO COUNT.
Me: you know that i am right.
Me: It could be a whole new field of academic study! How the representation of rodents as killers or victims in a postmodern dystopian universe reflects the urges of modern humanity to seek out pre-constrained roles for themselves in a 'kill-or-be-killed' capitalist construction of society!
Me: you scoff now. but only wait. see if i ever let you touch my fulbright.
kadslj;l Surely it is not just me. Where do the rodents all come from. Why are they always either EVIL SYMBOLS OF A SINISTER SOCIAL ESTABLISHMENT or the VICTIMS OF A SINISTER SOCIAL ESTABLISHMENT ATTEMPTING TO ERADICATE THEM? Why rats? Why bunnies?
Mes: sdaflkj;ld; BUNNICULA. CLEARLY AN EVIL RODENT.
Orphne: :( bunnicula isn't evil
Me: well, no, but chester and horace think he is! and clearly they are products of a sinister social establishment
askldfj; HELP ME OUT, FLIST. EVIL RODENTS. I KNOW YOU KNOW WHAT I MEAN.
eta: Me: PRINCESS BRIDE.
Me: THE ROUSes.
Me: CLEARLY EVIL RATS IN A DYSTOPIAN SOCIETY.
Orphne: oh Aja
Me: starla, is it too late to change the topic for your thesis. because let me tell you, have i got a humdinger.