man, the shilling.
i read something on your page about the guy making "coffee" by shoving a tube in his butt and essentially just draining his feces into the coffee pot somehow
then i said to myself
good thing i didn't fucking buy that shill's book or i'd be upset
How soon till he kills himself?
What is some essential reading on drug trade & war in the America?
Even articles published on Internet would be good.
I've already read Dark Alliance by Gary Webb after I saw Kill the Messenger.
It's just so fascinating how the cartel holds up the Mexico by its balls.
I tried searching Adlibris for 'Sicario is fucking shit' but it gave back nothing.
Any reading, even articles in the Internet, on how it came to that? I've read, like I said, Dark Alliance and it was fascinating yet it is curiously not talked much when people talk about drug war and trade.
What's the Star Wars of literature?
>don't say Lord of the Rings
Let me explain why I don't think so. Star Wars is a lot more focused on individual struggles between good and evil whereas LoTR is a much more clear physical struggle between good and evil characters. Lord of the Rings has a static plot (the quest to defeat Sauron) whereas Star Wars has a set of conflicts which exist ad-infinitum between the dark side and the light side. Philosophically they are miles apart.
who here is drinking tonight?
what are you drinking, writing or reading right now /lit/?
>tfw next few days i'm gonna be getting fucked out of my mind on cheap whiskey and doing nothing but smoking, reading out loud alone until i pass out and rinse and repeat until we're well into the new year
usually i drink whiskey for two days straight, pass out for a day then repeat... it works like a charm and is probably the best way to ensure you are severely fucked up desu.
don't know about you but at this time of year i tend...
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What are some books about a man having a relationship with a significantly younger girl.
I also want it to be lewd, but not straight up literotica tier.
>comfy as fuck
>patrician as fuck
>ignites nostalgia for the university life I never had
>was written as a wish fulfillment for loser /lit/izens
How did things go so right?
And just remember, when she wrote it, she was still hot. While EVERY WORD YOU READ was being fashioned, she had a moist young beautiful pussy. Every little shift in her chair, probably even every single keystroke made her pussy move and squish around just a little bit inside her, her boobs jiggle and sway and mush together sexily. You are reading something that caused a beautiful young woman's big fucking tits and hot wet pussy to move, constantly, endlessly, for hundreds if not thousands of hours. You are reading a manifesto of blood, sweat, and pussy juice. You're...
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Where to start with poetry?
The Writer's Almanac is a comfy podcast to start with. Every day, an old man talks about random stuff in the past, goes into detail about one of them and closes with a random poem. Listen to the archives to hear a variety of poets and maybe find a few you like.
Need to find a good book for my nine year old brother for christmas. you guys have any recommendations?
Huckleberry Finn, Treasure Island, Kidnapped, The Three Musketeers (my first boner), Hatchet.
There's endless books for young boys anon, its a literary treasure horde, just go through his stuff and see what he likes.
The first edition of Hypersphere is done:
Read it now to be able to tell your grandchildren (imaginary or otherwise) how you were one of the first to read the fourth entry in the meme quadrilogy.
Physical copies available!
As of now, my life is complete.
Also - I hereby announce this to be the death of literature and literary sense. No literature is literally needed after this bad boy. It has everything and nothing at the same time. It is the perfect static and a cultural mashup of everything. It is the dankest sphere known to man. The Hypersphere!
First of all:
Thank you for this wonderful experience. We're published now! I've been writing on this project since the first thread and I've had so much fun. I love you /lit/.
If you catch anything that is wrong in the PDF or BOOK I'll do my best to fix it. I'll link to the google doc I used for generating the PDF in a bit.
Feel free to start your own lulu accounts and sell it yourselves, I claim no sole ownership and neither should you.
who are some authors that write well about the banality and emptiness of suburban, middle class life? I read "The Swimmer" by pic related and thought it was bretty gud
i hate when depressed shitlords like op project their banal lives onto everything and think every piece of art ever what some critique of banality...the swimmer was indeed fucking great but it was in no way a critique of "banality of suburbia" you trashy depressoid
ITT: We talk about Life
Recommended /lit/: Alan Watts, Terence McKenna, Eckhardt Tolle, Jidda Krishnamurti, Carl Gustav Jung and the comedian Joe Rogan
What are your thought's on the human experience? I believe we are essentially Bacteria just a very complex form of it but i have jet to find a meaning other than to bring of offspring to keep this machine of experience and this work of art that god made possible.
joe rogan needs to hire a better social media marketing firm, this attempts to be memey and viral are always so fucking weak, then again the guy is a jack ass and closet homo who drools over every sweaty mma dickhead he interviews, guy a is human cringe
I just bought a glass music box for my niece. Looking for a quote or a short poem to engrave it with.
My niece's name is esmè and the box plays Swan Lake. Any suggestions?
Is this philosophy, or literature, or philosophical literature?