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phd in steve rogers Feb 13
Replying to @wingheadd
apparently the person who originally made this is darkmacademia on tumblr so credit to them for this!
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๐™ก๐™–๐™ฃ๐™– Feb 9
Replying to @wingheadd
Lawful...evil We are not the same
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phd in steve rogers Feb 9
Replying to @lanastrikesback
lfmdndnjdjsjd i do that sometimes but rarely
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Wouter Feb 9
Remembering approximately the page number and spending several minutes to find the right page
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๐Ÿ†LAKESHOW ๐Ÿ†2๏ธโƒฃ๐Ÿ’2๏ธโƒฃ๐Ÿ’ Feb 10
feeling the approximate thickness between left and right fingers then scanning the paragraph patterns
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Sunwu Feb 9
Replying to @wingheadd
Iโ€™ve seen people rip the page out after reading it. What alignment is that?
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Miss Mayor Feb 9
Replying to @SunwuLee @wingheadd
Unaligned/monstruosity
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Peter Lorimer Feb 10
Replying to @wingheadd
I am sorry, your 'Chaotic Evil' option was just far too tame. I've updated it for you.
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She must have hidden the plans in the escape pod Feb 10
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โ„๏ธ N.D.Christie Feb 10
Replying to @wingheadd
My case for dogears is that a book is an adventure. You donโ€™t judge mountaineers by how clean their shoes are. My most beloved books as a child had yellow pages, broken spines, margin notes, and yes, dogears. As an adult, my books are pristine..because I havenโ€™t read them ๐Ÿ˜…
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Ben Hargreaves Feb 10
Replying to @ndchristie @wingheadd
I had a couple of books that literally fell apart at the spine from overuse
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