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Also by alex55+9You've sometimes wondered if you might actually be retarded. Especially when you get that uncontrollable urge to slap yourself in the chest and say DUUUUUH, amirite?
Also about novels-26Girls: if you owned a time machine, you'd go back to a time when guys were chivalrous..when they held open doors for you, when they stood outside your window quoting Shakespere, when they wanted to be with the girl they liked and not the one they wanted to get into the pants of. You'd go back to the times when romance novels were all around you in you very own life... amirite?
Also about Books+9Making children's literature is an underrated art form, amirite? More
Also about Books+69Opening a book and flipping to where the spine is bent is the same as going to autocompleted URLs in the search bar. amirite?
Also about novels+69There are only so many epic novels, movies, speeches, etc. we must read, watch, listen to, etc. before our senses are sure to overload with boredom.
Also about novels+410Bookworms: you hate when people throw your passion for reading in your face when you complain about studying. Enjoying novels and studying are not the same thing, amirite?
Also about novels+318In the seventh Harry Potter book, Charity Burbage’s death at the start would have been more dramatic if the character had actually played some part in the previous six novels, amirite?
Also by alex55+251Even though we sometimes complain about getting too many emails, its better than none at all, amirite?
Also about Books+92The more we can relate to the main character(s), the more interest the book holds, amirite?
Also about novels-67Once you've read books like "The Fountainhead" by Ayn Rand or "Man's Search for Meaning" by Viktor E. Frankl, you just can't go back to reading trivial novels again. amirite?
Also about novels+269It's sometimes annoying when novels are unrealistic and the characters' lives are much more interesting than yours, but if they weren't, the books would be boring, amirite?