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Also by tupps312+21You feel really smart when you figure out "who done it" on a detective show before the detective does, amirite?
Also about Books+23One of the worst things about a trip to the library or bookstore is the anxiety of choosing which book to read first when you get home, amirite?
Also about Books+95Considering how much he went through, it's weird that Harry Potter didn't have 50 mental breakdowns per movie, amirite?
Also by tupps312+9You have no idea what the middle pedal on a piano does, amirite?
Also about Books-50Voldemort has a better fov because he has no nose, amirite?
Also about book and author+711It's not fair that some famous person can write a book and immediately get it on New York Time's best seller list, even though it might not be that good, but an aspiring author could write an amazing book that would be disregarded, amirite?
Also about book, title, and author+909On book covers, the author's name should not be bigger than the title, amirite?
Also about book, title, and author+1,608You love that part of the book where one of the characters says the title of the book in dialogue and you finally understand why the author chose that name, amirite?
Also about book and author+417It would be cool if an author wrote a book, and then wrote another book telling the same story from the perspective of a different character, amirite?
Also about book, title, and actual+173It's very wannabe for authors to use a random, "deep-meaning" title for their book that has nothing to do with the actual book. Example:Twilight. Really? Because I don't see anything that has to do with the damn moon. amirite?
Also about book, title, and author+745It's really annoying when the author's name is way bigger than the title on the cover of a book, amirite?
Also about book, author, larger, and actual title+676It's a little odd when the name of the author is in larger letters on the cover of the book than the actual title of the book, amirite?