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Also by shoshana+28Sadly, the monsters in Monsters Inc could never scare Harry Potter. He lived in a closet.. amirite?
Also about book and characters+324Sure, every book can have the reader only favor the main character's perspective on the situation, but a great book can actually make you have a love/hate relationship with the main character, help you understand why the other characters are doing what they are doing and sometimes let you take the side of the villain. amirite?
Also by shoshana+20One of the greatest feelings is that moment after you step off a treadmill and feel like the ground is moving, amirite?
Also about book characters+407Book characters shouldn't have overly complicated names. No one wants to read names like 'Ashaleigh' or 'Schuyler' over and over again, Amirite?
Also by shoshana+699It's sad that we've come to point where commercials have to specify if their food is made with real ingredients, amirite?
Also about children and book-60The left aggressively works on propagandizing the young while the right more or less sits back and observes. For example, here’s a propaganda book you can find at Barnes and Noble for children. Amirite?
Also about Books+71Reading is noise for the eyes, the same way sound is noise for the ears, amirite?
Also about book+294I promise you that whoever said "Don't judge a book by it's cover" never saw a book wearing Nascar Crocs, amirite?
Also about book and characters-235Sometimes you read a book and imagine the characters looking like your friends and acquaintances, and so when you next see these friends and acquaintances in real life, it's tough differentiating between their real-life personality and their book personality. Amirite?
Also about Books+61if it takes more than 10 seconds to read a post its too long. amirite?
Also about Books+27Sometimes when you are changing clothes in your room you pretend you are a stripper, amirite?
Also about children and book+151Children's books these days are way too predictable and unrealistic. Somebody should start a series where they write real world versions of fairy tales; the first book could be titled: "Cinderalla: What Actually Happened" And the story would be exactly like the original, except no singing animals or fairy godmothers and the book ends when Cinderella dies at age 50 after 30 years of grueling labor, amirite?