violet-baudelaire-the-inventor:

klaus-baudelaire-the-scholar:

violet-baudelaire-the-inventor:

image                    Violet sat in her bed, tired but not relaxed.

     It was a very uncomfortable position to be in when one wanted nothing more than to sleep, but their mind wouldn’t let them.
 Suddenly, she heard a rustle under her bed.
 Looking over the side, she saw the tip of a shoe.
 ”What the…?”
 She flipped up the covers to see her brother under her bed!
 ”Klaus! Klaus what are you doing!”

"Uh…hello Violet." Was the rather intelligent reply that Klaus gave when the question came from his sister. Now caught he found it of little use to continue laying underneath the bed and hastily wriggled out of his previous hiding spot and stood taking a moment to clear his clothes of any wrinkles and potential dust. He cleared his throat removing his glasses to clear them as well. It was most obvious that he was here stalling for time, however he cleaned them none-the-less.  "Well, you see," He began, now much more composed. "I was only collecting dust particles! They’ve become quite fascinating since I recently read Erlen’s Theory of Dust Particles!" And while indeed they had become rather interesting to him, Klaus had been collecting more than dust particles. However it was most important that Violet  did not know what he had come for!

 ~ Violet stood for a moment and blinked at her brother as he explained ~

   Although the research didn’t surprise her in the least… this was still a bit too strange.
           — Even for Klaus.
 ”Y-You… were collecting dust particles… under my bed?”
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  She had a feeling Klaus was covering up for something, but it was late. For all she knew her mind could be getting the best of her.
 ”Alright well… it’s late. Did you have to do all of this now?”

"You are completely right, wholly so! It’s late. You should be sleeping. Don’t let me keep you up any longer! I mean…it isn’t as if I might be looking for something that may have gotten out from where it was supposed to be hidden." Klaus assured with his best ‘there’s nothing wrong’ grin, though if it were a bit wobbly he suspected Violet might be lethargic-or to say plainly, overly tired enough to miss it. "Goodnight Violet!" He inched backwards towards the door, making sure to give the room a thorough once over, especially in the corners and darker places.


violet-baudelaire-the-inventor:

image                    Violet sat in her bed, tired but not relaxed.

     It was a very uncomfortable position to be in when one wanted nothing more than to sleep, but their mind wouldn’t let them.
 Suddenly, she heard a rustle under her bed.
 Looking over the side, she saw the tip of a shoe.
 ”What the…?”
 She flipped up the covers to see her brother under her bed!
 ”Klaus! Klaus what are you doing!”

"Uh…hello Violet." Was the rather intelligent reply that Klaus gave when the question came from his sister. Now caught he found it of little use to continue laying underneath the bed and hastily wriggled out of his previous hiding spot and stood taking a moment to clear his clothes of any wrinkles and potential dust. He cleared his throat removing his glasses to clear them as well. It was most obvious that he was here stalling for time, however he cleaned them none-the-less.  "Well, you see," He began, now much more composed. "I was only collecting dust particles! They’ve become quite fascinating since I recently read Erlen’s Theory of Dust Particles!" And while indeed they had become rather interesting to him, Klaus had been collecting more than dust particles. However it was most important that Violet  did not know what he had come for!


violet-baudelaire-the-inventor asked: "Klaus, there you are. How long have you been in the library today?"

violet-baudelaire-the-inventor:

klaus-baudelaire-the-scholar:

violet-baudelaire-the-inventor:

klaus-baudelaire-the-scholar:

"Not all that long I believe. Perhaps just a few hours…or maybe a few more than a few. Nothing to terribly expansive. I’m sure."

She giggled.
 ”That’s what you always say. I think you must have been there for at least five hours.. you left after breakfast and its almost dinner time now.”
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He grinned sheepishly, scratching at his hair ruefully. “Ah, you see, there was this fantastic book on the construction of ancient roads and routes. I did only intend to read of ancient Rome however the spice trade routes of India and the Middle East, were a bit too entertaining to put down…you see.” 

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"If I know you, which I do… then I can only assume you had a stack of books as tall as you, sitting right beside your chair…”
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"Um…I think you might know me too well in fact."


violet-baudelaire-the-inventor asked: "Klaus, there you are. How long have you been in the library today?"

violet-baudelaire-the-inventor:

klaus-baudelaire-the-scholar:

"Not all that long I believe. Perhaps just a few hours…or maybe a few more than a few. Nothing to terribly expansive. I’m sure."

She giggled.
 ”That’s what you always say. I think you must have been there for at least five hours.. you left after breakfast and its almost dinner time now.”
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He grinned sheepishly, scratching at his hair ruefully. “Ah, you see, there was this fantastic book on the construction of ancient roads and routes. I did only intend to read of ancient Rome however the spice trade routes of India and the Middle East, were a bit too entertaining to put down…you see.” 


Anonymous asked: ((Hello, I was wondering if you wanted to do a thread?))

(Hi! Certainly, I’d love to!)

posted 9 months ago

klaus-baudelaire-the-scholar asked: Violet! Recently I've been reading a book series chronicling the effects of colors on the human brain. I've read that the color green has a rather superlative effect on reading ability. Do you think you might be able to invent something that allows for me to test this theory?

violet-baudelaire-the-inventor:

Oh wow… that’s fascinating.
Hmmm…. green….

 Perhaps I could fashion a pair of reading glasses for you to place over your regular glasses with green lenses. You’ll be able to read just as clearly of course, but maybe reading in a green color will prove the theory?

 If not that, then I could use some green fabric along with a pulley system and create a make-shift tent, like we did in Count Olaf’s attic room. The tent could then be placed near a window with natural light shining through. This will illuminate the inside of the tent with a greenish glow. You could read in the tent and see if that works as well.

Ah! I think both of those options would test the theory quite well. In fact I think it would be rather great to use both as experiments to test the results. Especially because they’d test two different applications of green. It raises the question would just having green in front of your eyes have the same effect on reading as being surrounded by it! What brilliant ideas!!


violet-baudelaire-the-inventor asked: "Klaus, there you are. How long have you been in the library today?"

"Not all that long I believe. Perhaps just a few hours…or maybe a few more than a few. Nothing too terribly expansive. I’m sure."


OOC: Entrance~

(I do fully apologize for my sporadic appearances here on this rp! I have been traveling a great deal and have been tied up with some other rather unfortunate events. I am however back for good now! And I shall be here daily! So feel free to converse et al! I shall happily reply! Oh, and here I used the word sporadic, which means spotty and not at all consistent. That is all! :)


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Count Olaf in every book (via nerdhourariel)

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