Also about read, catcher, and rye+238Instead of reading "The Catcher in the Rye," hipsters read "The Shortstop in the Wheat", amirite?
Also about read, catcher, and rye+58The books you read in English usually have really empty endings: The Catcher in the Rye, The Giver, and Of Mice and Men, as well as many others, amirite?
Also about read, catcher, and rye+224It'd be nice if all the classic books we had/have to read in high school, like To Kill a Mockingbird or Catcher in the Rye, had footnotes at the end of each chapter that would summarize the main points, amirite?
Also about read, catcher, and rye+137catcher in the rye is so goddamn depressing, it really is, i mean it really kills me to read it, its so full of goddamn repetitions and Holden is so goddamn stupid, amirite?
Also about Books+71Typical answer to the question "Have you ever read Tropic of Cancer" is likely to be "I've read parts of it, yes", amirite?
Also about read, catcher, and rye+185Even though most books read for homework are annoying on the basis of them being read for school, it is actually pretty awesome that schools are keeping us into great classic books that would otherwise go unnoticed in the library (Catcher in the Rye, A Seperate Peace, etc.), amirite?
Also about Books+17Its so much easier to use your vocabulary in text to make yourself a well defined point without coming off as a superior snob or getting stuck with the stereotype- "intellectual" than it is speaking out loud, amirite?
Also about Books+18Cracking your knuckles sounds intimidating, but it's really meaningless, I mean, what's so intimidating about popping bubbles, amirite?