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Islaforest
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Is it ever acceptable to burn books, even if they're really bad ones like twilight to keep you warm?
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If they are :innocent::innocent::innocent::innocent: then it is fine.

50 shades of warm is a good one.
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Is it ever acceptable to burn books, even if they're really bad ones like twilight to keep you warm?
Maybe I would throw the books into rubbish bin, if it is so bad. In this way, the bad books can be gathered and thus recycled to good ones.
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If they are your books, then burn them if you want to :dontknow:
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Is it ever acceptable to burn books, even if they're really bad ones like twilight to keep you warm?
I burnt my maths textbook after completing GCSE.
It was such a relief!
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