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Hey Folks,
Hope you are all thoroughly enjoying your Sunday, but I've come up with a new way to bother you. To lead into my senior English class we have to read 3 books (fiction or nonfiction) that have appeared on the NY Times Bestseller list since 2001. I consider myself pretty least for a highschooler (so no, not well-read at all), but I'm having trouble finding books that interest me (that I haven't already read).

As far as fiction goes, I'm mostly a stupid sheep. I like things that will hold my attention and aren't melodramatic, and that's kind of a steep order considering the stuff that normally finds its way onto the Bestseller list. I love Angels and Demons, Jurassic Park, The Stand, etc. But I also love Great Expectations, The Great Gatsby, The Curious Incident of the Dog at Nighttime, and everything P.G. Wodehouse has ever touched. Plus, I think I might've read everything Sir Arthur Conan Doyle has ever breathed on. Needless to say, my tastes vary, but I'm quite picky.

In the non-fiction department, I'm just weird. I'm easy to please because I've got several odd interests, such as serial killers, psychology, media, the Titanic, religion, and outlandish conspiracy theories.

Any ideas?

P.S. of sorts: Thanks to anyone who actually read through this. Geez, I'm annoying.
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Okie doke, so I have no idea where this website has been all my life, but it’s basically a collection of people confirming that their lives suck worse than yours. Which is awesome. And funny.

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May 2012



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