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Also about e-books+204E-books will eventually replace paperbacks (once people abandon nostalgia for practicality), but interactive children's books that have pop-ups, "touch and feel" textures, and finger puppets should survive, amirite?
Also about read and books+225People who read books and then get offended by the movie shouldn't. You all know it won't be the same and yet you go in with an epic sense of doom like the world is about to end. Give it a chance! And heave forbid someone who hasn't read the book actually likes the movie. Yes we get it! The book was better. That doesn't mean you have to give the movie crap every times it's brought up! amirite?
Also about read and books+135They need to make movies that were books first better movies. If you read the book first then saw the movie and want to read the book again it ruins your whole book reading experience if the move was crappy, amirite?
Also by open_mind_open_soul+820Girls: You've tried to rinse your hair with cold water, and ended up doing some crazy contortionist thing to avoid your body freezing to death, amirite?
Also about e-books+190If you don't like e-books, then just don't buy them. And don't yell at people for getting them. Just let people buy and entertain themselves how they want to. amirite?
Also by open_mind_open_soul+188At 2 AM, even the homework you're staying up for is funny, amirite?
Also about e-book-101An e-book is no more inferior to a printed book than a hardcover is to a paperback, amirite?
Also by open_mind_open_soul+7I should totally find or make a pair of Spectrospecs and go to the DH premiere as Luna, amirite?
Also about Books+59In the Harry Potter universe, you could easily become immortal by turning into a Phoneix animagus, amirite?
Also about read and books-198It's good to read books, but if getting notes from Sparknotes will help you understand the main ideas of the book you're currently reading in English class, then there is no no point in reading an entire book. amirite?
Also about Books+63Mention the name Ebeneezer Scrooge and most people will automatically think of the old man as the miserable tightwad he was rather than the swell and generous fellow he became, amirite?
Also about read, books, and paper+383Teachers at the end of the school year: "Oh, you thought you had all summer for yourself? Guess what, you get to use that free time to read this book and write a paper for it for it, then you get to read these three other books and take notes, plus you'll have a test first day of school, so study for that..." Amirite?