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Quote from: PezDispenserclock;1948598Abba, I might not smoke weed, but I experiancing it being hit with a crowbar on a modded TTT server. Flashing colours, screen flipped, screen flying. Yup, I know how it\'s like.
Quote from: WrenchClock;1940787Because pretty much the only other thread in this subforum is about Homestuck so I'm disgusted in all of you
Quote from: Slurpee;1940809edit: Oh speaking of gay I'm also rereading Maurice by E.M. Forster. I didn't think of that because it's not on my iPad. Hall has just become obsessed with Durham. The prose is thick with meaningful metaphor. This book is a bold, beautiful, and accurate statement about human sexuality in western culture, and it's a shame it went unpublished for six decades. I'm sure it could have been a great comfort and inspiration for many homosexuals in the 20th century.
Quote from: SoBe Clock;1940810I'm reading Moby Dick at the moment. I've read it once before but it's been so long that I decided to do so again.
Quote from: Slurpee;1940809A million years ago I posted a thread about Agota Kristoff's Notebook trilogy and nobody even deigned to make so much as a perfunctory "sounds nifty." I decided to enjoy books on my lonesome.
Quote from: FloundermanClock;1940860Unfortunately I have not been reading much literature lately. Gir sent me John Dies at the End so I'm gonna read that pretty soon. I didnt know these were in english actually, I wanna read these.
Quote from: WrenchClock;1940790Ooh I wanted to look at that one but I wasn't sure if Croshaw was any good as a writer. Is it written in his usual snarky Yahtzee voice or does he go for something different?I'm 20% (KINDLE KINDLE) of the way through Life of Pi and the minute and I'm enjoying it so far even though not much has happened yet. The colourful description of the zoo at the start and the discussions of religion are really nice.
Quote from: Lump Clock;1940914I am, also, reading the suicide note of Mitchel Heisman, a one-thousand nine-hundred five page note he sent to four-hundred some odd people. It is widely regarded as the most significant piece of philosophical literature in the twenty-first century, thus far. I am on page sixty which is in Chapter 2: God is Technology.