Post your Goodreads account and the boards you browse.
/pol/ and /lit/
>tfw one of your /lit/ friends is a qt
>tfw she doesn't even live in your country
>tfw if she did wouldn't matter because you're autistic
Find one /lit/ male that is not ugly as fuck.
I challenge you.
Why do you saved photos of random girls?
I think I already have everyone on /lit/ but here is my profile
I feel ashamed and inferior when I look at my pathetic Goodreads profile and see that I haven't read even a hundred decent books in 21 years of my existence.
I've spent most of my time on other stuff and although i thoroughly enjoyed the books I've read, I never really developed the fervor to read with voracity.
I see people with hundreds and some with a thousand books read and I look at them with respect as gods filled wisdom.
I have a long path ahead of me. So many books to read. So little time.
Maybe some day I'll have the courage to post my profile here.
Surprisingly well-written. Pretty depressing, but the final dozen pages or so are fantastic. It's relatively experimental in style, too. Haven't read it in almost a decade but I revisit those last few pages every now and again.
I- I want to make her my /lit/-wife and cook her breakfast every morning
why would you spend your time classifying shit into 17 different bookshelves when you've barely even read anything?
combined with the autistic listing of to-read books it's just symptomatic of treating reading as something you show off and participate in cause of ~muh literary lifestyle~ as opposed to actually reading. in short, it's the same issue that plagues r/books - you like the idea of reading more than the actual act of reading.
Also dude, I really only got interested in literature this year, and only recently, so sorry I'm not well read fam
I promise I've read more books than this. I promise. This is only what I've been reading in the past year... I've been slacking. Please be my friend.