What books do you like to read?
2nd May 2011 05:55 #121
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@ Death - Beiber blast? So funny! Omg, I'll remember that one.
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2nd May 2011 11:00 #122
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@riku maybe i will defect to even these unjust odds.
then if we win i will overthrow him and reinstate justice!
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3rd May 2011 04:30 #123
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Unjust odds? I call ten against one just odds if I'm on the ten side. Jk, but the book defenders will defeat the evil overlord Jens!
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3rd May 2011 10:47 #124
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i usually read some pretty intense stuff since the age of 10 mostly by stephen king so mostly horror even though i can't stand horror movies... lets see I read IT at the age of 13 favorite horror of all time. im currently reading pet cemetary.
It isn't negativity, it's just being realistic.
3rd May 2011 11:21 #125
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i like almost any book that has an easy to follow story
3rd May 2011 18:12 #126
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anti-book group!
4th May 2011 02:59 #127
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4th May 2011 07:28 #128
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ok ok what did you say?! im sorry but there's manga, then there's books.............never put em in the same category! NEVER I SAY!!!! and as you can see from my name im a mangalover
4th May 2011 07:46 #129
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i agree with mangalov3er on this one you must never put the 2 in the same category.
if you need a reference my mom loves books but she would never be a manga reader
4th May 2011 08:38 #130
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haha yeap they don't give you the same experience when reading, and also like flusher says people from the older generations wouldnt read manga, (unless you're from japan or korea i suppose) so yes it has many variable to why the 2 are different and why others wouldnt read it supposed to books or vis versa; may it be backgrounds, social standings, age etc.
4th May 2011 10:03 #131
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my mom might watch an anime if it was a good drama though
4th May 2011 10:54 #132
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yeah but then she'd watch it for the drama aspects and not the anime
4th May 2011 13:10 #133
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i don't like anime for the sake of anime either.
although the more i think about it maybe i do
4th May 2011 13:34 #134
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haha yeah true well it all varies from person to person, i mean you could originally watch something for one aspect but then want to watch more of it for another or something similar for a different aspect
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i got lost in thought then my thoughts drifted away without me so now I'm just lost
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