Oh, I want my picture taken while reading the book! But I just finished it yesterday. It was good.
Christopher, for all that is holy please tell us you are above the reading of the Harry Potter stuff. PLEASE tell us you are not into that!
I went to a play at a Shakespeare playhouse on Saturday night. In line in front of me was a family of four: Mom, Dad, and two sons, both in little suits, both reading Harry Potter.I asked half-jokingly, "You guys couldn't decide who got to read it first?"They said, "Yeah, we were gonna fight, so Mom got two.""How is it?""It's good."
Cato, why do you care? Obviously you think highly of Christopher; would you think less of him if he was not "above" this phenomenon? The Harry Potter books are pretty much the most popular books ever, so you're bound to come across lots of smart, well-read people who enjoy them as well. So what?
I don't get it.
Does the third person hate Harry that much?
Why aren't they reading the book?
I can't stand the broad overusage of that phrase. It tells you absolutely nothing useful, other than 'the item in question isn't annoying or boring me'.
People might as well grunt at you in lieu of that response.
I bought a copy yesterday for 25RMB (3.30 USD) in Beijing. You can see through the pages, but it's complete.
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