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Also about reading and read 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 by livelovemusic12+15Hate is the heaviest burden you can hold, amirite?
Also by livelovemusic12+4Sometimes, if you can't figure out who you are or what you would do in a situation, it makes it a lot clearer if you think "What would I feel/think/do if there were no constraints, rules or roles in society?", amirite?
Also by livelovemusic12+88You have seen a therapist/counselor for something before, amirite?
Also about reading and read books-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 read books-603we all still read books, although, now our books can be edited and there are moving pictures, so, we have advanced books, what's wrong about that, amirite?
Also about read 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?