Reading a bad book

May 22, 2008
By stewart jackson, Littleton, CO

Reading a Bad Book

Reading a bad book is like washing your face with sandpaper or licking gum off the city street. It is like rolling in a field of poison ivy or paper cutting your fingers with cardboard. The mindless pages put you in a deep, deep sleep that you never wake up from. You drown a way in mindless words that slip out of your brain like an ice cream cone in a toddler’s hand. Reading a bad book is like a haunted house you run as fast as you can to find the exit and don’t even bother to pay attention to the things around you.

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