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Lol I can do a couple of days, I read that book about being stranded on an island in middle school that time.
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I read about an experience like that on Reddit...the girl ended up pregnant and the guy had no idea what he was going to do.
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I read on another thread about that site, that maybe you can watch condensed versions of games for free... How much is membership?
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I think I read something about that on instagram the other day when they started as a streetwear brand.
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I just read that Pynchon book about an evil postal service who operates through garbage cans.
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I read about that in a past post on this group (I did a quick search before asking) and I have no idea where the answer key is...
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For myself, I have read about a dozen books on marriage.
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But I have read about 10 comments that say otherwise on here.
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I read the book on SRK that preaches the same thing.
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I didn't read any book about that.
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I read about 10 books on form and honestly I only needed to read one.
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It baffles me that you don't know things that I read about on a website that you don't visit either.
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I read about that in a book, lots of the people who worked on the arrow were snatched up by NASA.
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My first thought was Star-lord from Guardians of the Galaxy, but like you I totally wanna read that book based solely on the cover.
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So I decided to read that book on the same day every year (it is a short book and I can read quite quickly so only ever took me 4ish hours).
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I read about that one on the internet (the irony), so I stopped reading articles online before going to bed.
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Oh yeah, I read about that on Cracked!
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I have read about that issue before on ECF.
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Nothing I have read about the book suggests that it is fiction.
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I'm not sure about asking for the docked pay, as I read about a time limit on claiming that sort of thing.
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I read that and the book was on my mind for months before I actually read it.
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No, no one can catch too much untamed cow or pigs to eat, it was snails, I once read on a book that snails were first to be farmed in caves since they require so little and easy to obtain.
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I read that book on a flight earlier this year, too.
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Since getting the 6, I read about 50% of my books on the phone, even if the iPad is within arms reach.
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I read about that a while ago because on my laptop I was unable to go into any settings on startup.
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After that experience I read about someone on this sub stupidly taking like 500mg and experienced some damage from that action.
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I remember feeling heartbroken for weeks after I first read his books about the fact that I would never have a daemon :(
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I really need to read that book about her...anybody know the title/author?
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I didn't read anything about that on the wiki or in the books.
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I believe I read about that in a book called Scorecasting.
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Crazy, I read a book about that same topic in undergrad, but it was called "Peasants into Frenchmen"
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There's a variant I read about on here that had open card hands and forced 2 for 1 trading.
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I've had the game since it first came out but really haven't experienced it until recently when some friends got the game as well and after 3 weeks I'm starting to feel the disappointment that I always read about on this subreddit :(
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I recently read that Everett has it on there books that a folding pocket knife blade shall be less than 3''.
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I'm glad that I read about on this subreddit beforehand.
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I haven't even read anything about that anywhere on the internet either... interesting.
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I think I read about that somewhere on reddit, but I could be wrong.
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I read that book about once a month for a year as a kid, I was a little obsessed.
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Don't worry about that, I still read young adult books from time to time.
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Last summer I read the 20 books that I've put on my meant to read pile... and now I'm running out of books to read.
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This was all pre-modern technology, and I read that in a book about 20 years ago.
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I would read just about any book that featured Napoleons embalmed genitals as an enchanted war relic.
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I read about him in that Bertrand Russell book, and thought it was really strange that he and his followers hated beans.
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There's a theory going about (I think I read about it on TVTropes) that that's because we're desensitised to 'common' violence - seeing a man injured or die is just another casualty, but seeing a woman die is more emotive or an 'event'.
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I read a book about that case - 'As Nature Made Him', by John Colapinto.
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I read a book in about that time before, only once though..
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And I read romance for the first time because I'm interested in breaking into that genre (I actually really like paranormal romance now, which surprised me) and I read self-published books that I find on BookBubs and other markets I'm a member of due to my publishing research.
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But I saw the film with my father when I was 10 and I loved it so very much I wanted to read the book and since I read on average about a book per day my parents bought it for me for Christmas and I actually struggled all the way through it.
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But for real, I read that book on my mission, and it made me WTF on every page.
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Yeah I read about that on tumblr and there was a post with pics on /b/ a while ago /:
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