What Book Did You Read Last Night??? (4 Viewers)

Lili Marlene

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I used to work absolutely surrounded by cokeheads and I had no idea, I found out years later. I knew there were a few alchoholics but I figured they were just going to the bathroom to get the hell away from work for a bit (understandable). The innocence.
 

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Rammstein continue to step up their long form video game.


Fuck me, I didn't know they made one of my... emm, favourite? formative let's say, book into a film.

The last time I read this I promised myself I wasn't going to read it again. I think I got rid of the book. But now I'm wondering if I'll give it a quick read again, or just watch the film.


I finished Neil Gaimon's Neverland last night. It's... ok?

I mean, loads of people were banging on about him and someone was so worked up about him she gave me a book. It's fine. I guess. Harry Potter for older people.

Some of the characters were good, I enjoyed Mr. Croup and Mr. Vandemar.
 

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Been thinking about going to see The Painted Bird but wondering exactly how traumatising it’s going to be.
 

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I used to work absolutely surrounded by cokeheads and I had no idea, I found out years later. I knew there were a few alchoholics but I figured they were just going to the bathroom to get the hell away from work for a bit (understandable). The innocence.
It's rife in music, every 3arena size gig I work there's people doing coke, cunts
 

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My reading has gone to pot lately, a combination of having a small child around the place (not a complaint, btw!) and general inertia. Picked out a handy easy read in Pete Paphides "Broken Greek" to get back into the swing of things and finished it there a while back. Really enjoyed it.
 

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