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In 'Cather In the Rye', for all the times something "killed" Holden Caulfield, he should have died about roughly a thousand times, amirite?

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This post killed me.

Anonymous +3Reply

I just finished that book. I swear, it annoyed the hell outta me

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@I just finished that book. I swear, it annoyed the hell outta me

I love how half the people who read it absolutely hate it, but the others absolutely love it. Personally, it's my favorite book :)

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ahhahah its true im reading it now

Anonymous +1Reply

I love Holden. <3

ShanLovesStuffs avatar ShanLovesStuff Yeah You Are +1Reply

EVERYONE in that book was a "moron".

BreakfastFans avatar BreakfastFan Yeah You Are +1Reply

lol i don't think he's the only person who uses that figure of speech

Anonymous 0Reply

Love that book!

Anonymous 0Reply

LOVE THE BOOK. hahaa

Anonymous 0Reply

cather?

Anonymous -1Reply

"about roughly a thousand times"? You can say about, or you can say roughly, but in this context, they mean the SAME THING, so why would you type both???

That's my favorite book.

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