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mrsmarch
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Susannah Ohhh, animated Maleficent is my favorite! 🖤 1mo
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego I tell my friends that too! 1mo
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mrsmarch
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#itme 📚📚

Lmstraubie Yes! 7mo
Mdargusch So true! 7mo
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VanChocStrawberry
The Very Bad Book | Andy Griffiths
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My daughter sent me a link to this comic by Sarah Scribbles. Because #itme and she thinks I‘m ridiculous. Does anyone else force themselves to finish books? Link to og comic in the comments.

VanChocStrawberry Check out "Boring" from Sarah's Scribbles on Tapas https://tapas.io/series/Doodle-Time/ep329 7mo
ReadingOverSleeping Yes! It's the hope that it'll turn around! I'm trying to stop this though, life's too short lol 7mo
Jerdencon Yes - I never bail on books - I keep thinking it might get better ( it usually doesn‘t 😂 ) 7mo
Ddzmini Just keep reading reading reading...🤣🤣🤣📖😋 7mo
Slajaunie I do most of the time. It has to be really awful for me to put it down. 7mo
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monalyisha
The Wife: A Novel | Meg Wolitzer
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#itme 💕

TimSpalding I've become a little less proselytic as I've aged, but this is me too. I write in everything and let people borrow. At one point I decided to start buying extra copies of cheap favorites just to give out. For fiction that's Nabokov's Pnin and Pale Fire, Davies' Fifth Business. For Classics it's books that—not having become a professor—I have less occasion to give out now: Herodotus, Thucydides, Moses Finley, Arnaldo Momigliano, Daphnis and Chloe. 8mo
monalyisha @TimSpalding That‘s a smart idea! (I‘ve only read Nabokov‘s “Lolita” - in a “Beauty & Desire in American Novels” course in college. I loved it. Sounds like I need to read some more!) 8mo
TimSpalding @monalyisha Pnin is the most accessible and appealing of his novels, with—finally—a main character who's not a monster. People err when they say Nabokov is trying to show off and trick you—he was happy with whatever people "got." But it feels like a "relaxed" Nabokov. (Someone once did a great commentary on it, though; it's as bottomless and intricate as any of them.) 8mo
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zezeki
Moby Dick: bl velryba | Melville Herman
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Me: I have so much to study.
Also me: starts reading three new books, and thinks about picking this chunkster up
#classics #whale 📚📚📓

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Andrea313
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Nobody knows you like your best friend knows you. #itme #merrychristmas

Chelsea.Poole That's the best. Lucky you 😁 11mo
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monalyisha
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#itme #butreally

I feel like I 100% have been making this face all morning. Need more coffee. ☕️☕️☕️

Also, can anyone tell me why I need reading (& all-the-time) glasses? Anyone? No? 😅🤓

#ThrowbackReadathon

UwannaPublishme 😁😁😁 2y
jfalkens I have reading and all the time glasses too! 2y
Meeko93 😂👍 2y
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monalyisha
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Clwojick Where‘s the four full tote bags too? 😂 2y
monalyisha @Clwojick 😂 Were that the image, I‘d‘ve had to hashtag #ityou 😜 2y
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Natasha.C.Barnes
Giant Days Vol. 4 | John Allison
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I keep thinking of captions that aren't on the list!! 😂 I suppose I could caption this #LMFAO, but really the most appropriate would be #itme. #speechbubblechallenge #letsgetgraphicweeklongmarathon

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monalyisha
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#itme #duckisallofus 💖😅🦆

GrilledCheeseSamurai Story of my life. 😂 2y
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