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Hey everyone, OP here! I enjoyed reading all the comments, and I am happy to know I'm not the only one to laugh or cry when reading a good book. Just wanted to say that I am not from an up tight family, me and my brother had been picking on my mom all day making jokes. I was just around her at a bad time and she thought I was still laughing at her, so I might actually deserve this one. :)
By Marmarfarfar - / Tuesday 7 May 2013 16:43 / Canada - Ottawa
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By  rattusrattus  |  18

I'm going to smack your mum's English teacher so hard. (Usually when someone disdains literature, there's a shitty, boring English (or other local language) teacher behind it.)

  VeganVampyre  |  26

Disagree. By the time you get around to having English teachers you've probably already pretty much decided how you feel about reading. A shitty teacher might make you dislike reading more than you already did, but it wouldn't turn a book lover into a book hater.

  mikuxxhatsune  |  31

No? Some books might be more boring than others to some people but I have never encountered a book that I had to read for school that was so boring I didn't read it.

  VeganVampyre  |  26

I would hand them Angus, Thongs, and Full-Frontal Snogging and dare them to read it without laughing. It's impossible. I think the first one actually has a warning not to read it in public because it WILL make you laugh out loud and people will think you've gone mad.

  xYin  |  16

No kidding! Reading a book and laughing at it is a sure fire way to get stared at in public, second only to trying to contain a massive burst of feels from the same book.

  deepunder  |  17

Another funny book is John Dies At The End, as well as the sequel: This Book Is Full Of Spiders, Seriously Don't Touch It.There are a lot of penis jokes in it so I wouldn't recommend this to kids.

I'm an avid reader who prefers supernatural stuff and I've read most of them in the teen section, for those who look at my profile. I had to switch to adult books.

  JACKxRAWR  |  22

When I was six years old I cried for an hour straight when me and my dad were reading The Hobbit and we got to a certain point that I don't want to spoil for anyone.

  VeganVampyre  |  26

I cried at the end of a new book that i just finished, Crash and Burn (which by the way is amazing, read it. Seriously!) unfortunately I was at a pool hall with my mum and the friend she was playing with thought I was crying because my mum hit me, and then the bartender came over to ask what was wrong with me :/ so yeah, some people don't get it.

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