please do not all jump on me if youve heard it before, but i noticed that in the fourth book, the stamp lucky smells lumbermill uses to brand their wood, the way they describe it, as being just two letters, "LS" "L" obviously standing for lucky, and "S" standing for smells, matches the illustrated stamp on the cover of "UA" and the initials matching Lemony Snicket. I know its a completely useless connection, and it means nothing, and probably all of you have already noticed it, but i never saw it posted, so i just thought i should.
Post by SnicketVolley on Jul 15, 2004 8:35:42 GMT -5
The LS stamp STANDS for Lemony Snicket... Lucky Smells is an odd name for a lumbermill, nonetheless. Perhaps it's run by Lemony?
There was a thread (I think in another section though) that was about Lucky Smells/Opportune Odors (the horseradish factory in TRR). If you notice, Lucky = Opportune and Smells = Odors. They're probably run by the same people, maybe VFD.
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