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Also about reading, book, and character+93You hate it when you're reading a book and there's a ton of foreshadowing to a tragic event that happened in the past of a main character, and it ends up being really trivial, like they lost their teddy bear or something. It makes you lose respect for the character, amirite?
Also about reading and book+244It's really annoying when those lazy kids in school say that they like reading, but only when it's a good book. Oh, really? I thought you were one of those boring readers who love reading crappy books! Amirite?
Also about reading, book, and character+170After watching a good movie, tv show, or reading a book with a judgemental character, you imagine what that character would think of you, amirite?
Also about Books+52Tolkien was one of the greatest fantasy minds of all time. The sheer detail of the world and history of Middle-Earth, especially the languages, is staggering and beautiful, amirite?
Also by viking618+8You kind of wonder if famous people ever think about all of those people(often of the opposite sex) thinking about them at the moment, and how they feel about it, amirite?
Also about Books+76The main character of a book, movie or series is usually the worst character, amirite?
Also about book and character death+248When a book or movie is labeled as sad, you always assume that there's a character death, amirite?
Also by viking618+4The moog wasn't cool until Tim Convy started playing it, amirite?
Also about book, death, and character+177Sometimes when you read a book where a character grieves a death or a movie with the similar situation, you start to cry because it's making you sad. But you don't always know if it's the book/movie/etc itself that's making you sad or the similar situation you've been in. amirite?
Also about reading and book+157"The beginning didn't grab my attention," is just an excuse to not read a book that you didn't feel like reading in the first place. No book starts action packed and exciting right on the first page, amirite?