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Thought for the week…#89

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libreria veniceIf you go home with somebody, and they don’t have any books, don’t sleep with them.

John Waters

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    August 7, 2014
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  2. So…if you go home with somebody and they have books…what do you do? Read? 🙂 (sorry couldn’t help it)

    June 23, 2014
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  3. And I might add: If you go home with somebody, and they only have bad books, don’t sleep with them. Phantasy novels or Vampire diaries aren’t sexually appealing.

    June 22, 2014
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    • I am with you with fantasy and vampires, although I would give a pass if they had Anne Rice’s Interview with a vampire. I really liked that book (20 or so years ago at least)

      June 24, 2014
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      • I love the original novel by Bram Stoker, and there are some vampire films that I like (the one with Gary Oldman). But as to books, I’m really picky. When I was a young girl, I read a lot of literature that were in my parents’ living room when I came back from school and felt alone. And from there, there was no way back. Once you are accustomed to good literature, you can’t read anything else. At least, I can’t.

        June 24, 2014
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      • I couldn’t agree more. I had my French period, my Russian period and so forth, all by the age of 20. Just finishing The Goldficnh by Donna Tartt. Beautiful beautiful book

        June 24, 2014
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    • I thought of that! Harder to spot, or to see what is on it, but I am sure Mr Waters would agree that it does count. Although a few paper books artfully arranged as decor items can never hurt

      June 22, 2014
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