Whats up with all the references to david foster wallace in Hypersphere (reading his book "a supposedly fun thing ill never do again" pretty good tbqh senpai).
Also pic related its the best book of 2016, 2017 and every year before or after its conception.
>not liking Redditors who read this autistic drivel being told to fuck off
That doesn't even make sense in the context of how it is being used in this thread, let alone how it is used in almost every other instance in almost every other thread on almost every other board of this site.
This book had the misfortune of arriving at the same time as the supposed redditors. Whether this two facts are linked or not, it doesn't matter. Wheter this book is good or not, it doesn't matter. /lit/'s hivemind will label it as reddit and, therefore, as a terrible memebook. It will forever be laughed and shat upon. Its legacy will be detrimental to this board's culture.
You fools, reddit spilled in after the /lit reading chart appeared on Imgur and right when Hypersphere made a buzz. Then they wrote their own shitty book in like three days, and nobody gives a shit about that one.
I'm not talking about the book's content, I'm making a comment about its impact on /lit/. One doesn't need to read the book in order to see the reaction. Sure, it may shine some light upon it, but my original statement was that the actual content doesn't matter, whether it is a terrible memebook or not, it will be remembered as such.
>people actually waste their time reading /lit/ made books instead of actual fucking books
>when they're not shitposting they're reading shitposts
It's like a continuous stream of shit being flung into your eyeballs; day in, day out. No wonder this place is a hell hole.