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    Did you ever enjoy reading as a kid/teenager?

    Most people I know didn't.

    Only thing we read that I remember almost everyone loving was The Outsiders.

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    No. I was more into video games and cartoons.

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    I'll move this to the library

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    Also yes. Yes I did.
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    very rarely because when I do read, it's mostly school required books that were crap

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    Yeah man, didn't want to grow up being illiterate.


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    good times reading many good books.

    need to get back to it, frankly

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    ​Yup, I read quite a bit and still do. I usually read more nonfiction now though.
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    yes, i frequented the library

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    Yes I liked reading books that were non-school related and I read about 5 books a year now give or take.
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    Yes, especially horror

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    I used to read novels of deduction, horror, and action. From science nothing but astronomy. Read a couple of religion-related books as well. Point is, i almost read nothing in English.

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    Oh, and I used to hate on Shakespeare and legit thought he's a delusional writer with 0 phrasing skills, who pulls words out of his ass.


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    I loved reading the Harry Potter books but otherwise i was into movies/cartoons and video games.

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    Read a lot of light novels and still do so yeah



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    Yes.


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    I read one novel a week from 10-11 yo till 19-20, that's the period when I read the most actually.

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    I enjoyed reading books quite a bit as a young'un. It was the only way to pass the time and stave away the worry of large predators coming into our cave to eat us.

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    Of course.

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    The first book I ever read that got me totally hooked into fiction was The Hardy Boys: Sabotage at Sea. I think I was 11 at that time. It all came downhill from there.

    Here's the bookshelf in my room after I got hooked into books and couldn't seem to stop buying them...



    Then I discovered the convenience and ease of e-books, so yeah...


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    incomparably more than i do now actually

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