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    Books are great. And 'who doesn't like books?' might sound like a rhetorical question, but what would the answer be if you actually answered it?
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    (Original post by giraffebaby)
    Books are great. And 'who doesn't like books?' might sound like a rhetorical question, but what would the answer be if you actually answered it?
    People who just haven't found the right type/style of book.
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    I like books but I study English Literature and I am a bit sick of reading books purely because nothing is interesting me and I find I cannot get into a book as easily.
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    Moi, reading for leisure, at least in terms of books, has never really appealed to me.
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    Moi, reading for leisure, at least in terms of books, has never really appealed to me.
    Yeah, I'm the same. I can't remember the last time I read a book but I do still read info online at least.**
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    I don't. I don't really find them interesting.
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    thought it said boobs...was mistaken.
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    (Original post by giraffebaby)
    Books are great. And 'who doesn't like books?' might sound like a rhetorical question, but what would the answer be if you actually answered it?
    Books are evil. Once you start reading one they suck you in and won't let go.

    Burn them all.
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    I love the ones that I can read for leisure, not the ones that I have to read for English :/
 
 
 
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