>go to /r/books
>j.k.rowling releasing new info on Harry Potter
>"so many books, so little time" I read that now I can't choose a book how do I choose a book /r/books?
>Go Set A Watchman
Holy fuck I hate this planet.
>going on popular subreddits
>He doesn't even know about the other /lit/-like subreddits !
>tfw actual discussion instead of LE EPIC 4CHINS MEMES XDDD
>tfw so fucking good
>tfw OP will never experience this joy
holy shit badliterarystudies is awful
it's just the kind of 30 year old male tumblr users who post on SA whining about /r/books even more than /lit/ does
>skimming a few random threads
most upvoted comment: dr. who reference !!! #drwho
most upvoted comment: ron weasly was black fight me
most upvoted comment: ughhhhhhhhh i just can't even i just can't
most upvoted comment: Ugh, that is SO racist!
most upvoted comment for 50,000 other posts: lol @ people who hate cultural marxists XD lol @ cultural marxism conspiracy
laissez faire i found where you've been hiding!!!
>actual discussion instead of LE EPIC 4CHINS MEMES XDDD
>go to /lit/
>some faggot complaining that people on a website I don't give a shite about like different things
Found the Redditor trying to fit in. Go back.
> there are people somewhere in this world who disagree with me oy vey
why go there if you don't like it.
i'm not a regular but i sometimes lurk to get info ... it has its merits. posts stay on there for longer. for example i used it when i was researching places to pirate stuff from (google isn't indexing those but it is indexing the reddit pages that discuss it).
>go to /lit/
>What do you really think about DFW and his work?
>/lit/ humor thread
>DFW is truely a genius
>Have you read Ulysses?
>ITT: Meme books you are allowed to like
>Donland Trump thread
I've been using reddit for like 6 years (in before I get memed on) and the format simply doesn't allow for it. Reddit is okay for factual discussion. It's okay for simpering faggots looking for upvotes. It's okay for dumb people who want to run memes into the earth.
But the structure just isn't right to allow for /lit/ tier discussion- the persistent identities and the threaded discussion keeps everything surface-level and safe.
>hey guys check out this new article "the problematic too-whiteness of Shakespeare's mansplaining: a post-colonial critique of the trans-denial potentiality for human life in the cis-centred world view of Shakespeare characters."