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It gets old.

Posted by The Present Automaton , Jan 10 2013 · 175 views

The problem with reading a book called John Dies At The End in public is that without a doubt, everybody who you talk to on a regular basis will come up to you and ask with a wide grin: "Does John die at the end?". Always. Without fail. As soon as I started reading it I knew that would happen. And yet everyone always asks this when I'm quite clearly only two thirds of the bloody way through.
 
And then there's the other problem, being that it's side-splittingly hilarious and that I have to take the occasional break so I can stop giggling in places like a crowded bus. It's a pity I can't really refer to my absolute favourite parts here, given it's quite considerably NSFBZP.

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That book is amazing and so is its sequel.
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This is why This Book is Full of Spiders is better.

 

Because if they do ask, you an just throw spiders at them.

 

Also you should carry spiders. To throw.

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The Present Automaton
Jan 10 2013 05:55 PM
That book is amazing and so is its sequel.

 

I know, right? I'm having so much fun reading it at the moment. Definitely the best book of 2013, for now.

 

 

 

This is why This Book is Full of Spiders is better.

 

Because if they do ask, you an just throw spiders at them.

 

Also you should carry spiders. To throw.

 

I think if they dare ask "Is that book full of spiders?" I'll just resort to hitting them with it. Repeatedly. In a fit of blind fury. Mainly because of convenience but also because of a rather severe arachnophobia that'll make carrying around a legion of spiders a fairly mawkish task.

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