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Goodreads Thread with a twist, post your age and how long you browse 4 chan.

https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/2408134-sebastian

28/~12years
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>>7680643
>28/~12years
I believe you.
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>age
> how long you browse 4chan.


You could be a little more creative pal, like 'when was the last time you let an albino man lick your anus'.
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I like the twist.

https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/15135024-preston

26; December 2005.
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>>7680643
>21 books read this week
Yeah nah you're a fucking faggot and a liar
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>>7680643
What I want to know is why the fuck people have these goodreads accounts.
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>>7680800
So they can show off how well read they are and impress all the ugly goodreads girl users
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>>7680800
Okay. I'm >>7680771

I do it to keep lists that are useful, like what I plan on reading, but also which books I own/don't own.

That's the main reason, the secondary reason is because I find new books to read mostly through seeing what everyone else on my "feed" is marking as to-read or read. I've found more good b
ooks through seeing what people on my Goodreads are reading than through /lit/ for sure.
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>>7680806

>ive read less than 150 books and theyre all scifi/fantasty/anglo books
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>>7680891
not sure why you're telling me this
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>>7680798

I read short essays of Kant and 100 pages books of delillo and some genre fiction and I read what I want and I am not a liar
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>>7680800
Because
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https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/23578098-s-ren

24; ~4 years
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>>7680800
I use it to read reviews of books and myself write reviews to see how my views change over time.

Don't like internet friends and any other use is pre' stupid unless it acts as motivation to read more.
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>>7680800
I can't look stuff up on the archive so it's useful to see what /lit/ folks think of a book without creating a useless thread about it. the only problem is so few people write reviews that usually you have to rely on the highly subjective star system.
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>>7680800
because i like to use book reviews as a way of expressing my knowledge in memeology.
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>>7680800
Most of my /lit/ gr-friends have a similar interest in books than I. I usually add a few books from their reading lists to my reading list.
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>>7680771
>26; December 2005.
I don't know if I should feel respect or pity.
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>>7680643
Hello Sebastian, nice to see you

https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/8341803-connor

23, 7 years

>>7680800
Lists, I use the to-read list to decide what to get from my local library
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>>7680800
To keep track of authors and books I might like to read in the future.
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>>7680800
i like to see what my friends are reading
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>>7680771
>https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/23578098-s-ren


holy shit preston haha
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>>7681284
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>>7681284

lmao preston why are you such a cunt
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>>7680643
I am Sebastian too!
But I look better than you.
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https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/50351884-adrijan

22

knew about it since 2006, lurking since 2008, shitposting since 2010. also i'm on /lit/ since this january
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>>7681284
Colin rules
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https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/42092365-laertes

18; since I was 12ish.
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https://www.goodreads.com/user/top_readers?country=DE&duration=w

>Buttons
>Sabine
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>>7681284

fuck you preston, you don't deserve friendship
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>>7681309
>>7682046
>>7682050
>>7682073
just fuck off guys seriously, my mum has seen these comments and she's not happy, thank you
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you guys read the same entry level books
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>>7682049

kosovo je srbija.
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>>7682079

she should've raised you better
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>>7682092

top tier meme mate
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>>7682099

its not a meme when its true
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https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/23654507-haziq

20. Near about 4 years now.
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>>7681284
Preston the savage
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So, what's the point of making bookcases again?
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>>7680800
For several reasons
>showing off (at least a little bit)
>cataloging all the books you've read, which can be really practical sometimes - I don't have to struggle to remember if I've read a book, I can add stuff on my to-read list, see what people think about different editions of a book
>OCD pleasing statistics
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>>7682092
Kosovo je Kosovo, Srbija je selendra
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>>7680800
If you collect some goodreads friends you get alot of good recommendations. Especially if you have people who read 50-100 books a year, meme books rarely come up. Also, I track my reading like i track workouts.

https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/7656933-bill
33, since 2009
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>>7680800

desu i want to meet a patrish qt in the area
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https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/51467241-patrick

18; 4ish years.
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Anyone who recently (3~ months) started reading has one? I want to look at it.

I myself have only 10~ books read so far so I'm afraid to post and get judged. ;_;
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>>7682498
Don't be embarrassed. Everybody starts somewhere; better to have read 10 than 0.
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>>7680800

It gives me a petty sense of satisfaction right in the vanity when I see how much I read.

I haven't shown it to any of my friends, and I do not have nor intend to make goodread friends. It's solely private masturbation.
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>>7682079
Yo preston I'm your momma and I read your comments and I'm not proud of you that's now how we raised you dammit
Why do you have to disappoint us, again?
Apologize to that banana boy colin right now or we're gonna be mad as hell and you sis laquisha will not speak to you again for a while.

Love, Mom.
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>open goodreads account
>see friend requests
>mfw

Trivial as it is, it makes an extremely shitty week a bit better.
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>>7680643
spammed my GR on here way too much anyways. 24 y/o, on and off 4chan, various boards, for 6 or 7 years now. But there have been years where I didn't go on it at all.
>>7680800
Because people like sharing things?
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>>7682498
>only having read 10 books
In your entire life?
That's a pretty impressive achievement in illiteracy, actually.
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>>7680800
Because Amazon begged me to create one
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>>7680800
My work (librarian) pretty much requires that I have one.
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>>7682757
Required as in, your boss wants you to have an account, or required as in, it's an unwritten expectation that a librarian would love books and therefore have an account?
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>>7680800
i have one because i like to keep a track of what i read
i also post it for validation on /lit/ very occasionally when i'm especially drunk and then i get all these friend requests which i decline but apparently they still follow me?
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>>7680800
pic related

btw:
www.goodreads.com/jonyo
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>>7682757
Why the hell would anyone be a librarian? What do you even do at work?
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https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/39118756-nedloha
20 / 2 years
Do you like my reviews btw
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>>7682973
No
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>>7682973
We love them.
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Anyone into central and eastern european lit? (No russians) austrian, czech, hungarian, yugoslav,polish, etc.
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https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/51263955-motz88

27/ 7 or 8 years
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>>7683046
fucking chad
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>>7680643

Don't use Goodreads but I'm 21 and I've browsed 4chan for 9 years. Which is kind of fucked up when I think about it.
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>>7683023
>yugoslav
FUCK OFF WITH THIS MEME IT MAKES NO MORE SENSE THAN EQUATING POLISH AND SLOVAKIAN LITERATURE
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>>7683023
I am. Just read Joseph Roth's Radetzkymarsch, fucking loved it.

>news of Franz Ferdinand's death reaches barracks while local landowner is throwing a party for officers
>drunken officers' meeting to discuss the news
>everyone trying to be respectful and serious
>Hungarians start talking among themselves in Hungarian about how they're glad he's dead and he fucking deserved it
>Slovene can understand them but doesn't want to say anything because he's afraid of being attacked because it was "his" people who killed the archduke
>Leutnant von Trotta stands up to lay into them for not speaking German but is too drunk to do anything but shout "shame!" over and over
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>>7683058
Quit moaning Dr Tudjman, it's not the same thing and you know it.
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>>7683125
It's equally retarded. Completely different literally traditions.
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>>7680800
For the same reason people have Letterboxd accounts.
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>>7683058

Shut up. Butthurt croat/bosniak.
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>>7683046

holy shit you look like you can't read
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>>7680800
There are two kinds of users
>People who want to keep track of their shit and don't add anyone
>Normalfags who use it to attention whore and brag about how much they read
Most are the second one.
The pic related of the literary world, people who came here straight from facebook/reddit.
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>>7683218
Shut up uneducated pleb
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https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/44422641-oedipa-maas

started my journey with Proust . . .
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anyone know of any /lit/-tier or outright /lit/ groups I can join?
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>no avatar
I want you to have the avatar of the qt police girl back.
Now!
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>>7682050
nice try, colin
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>>7682673
why would you call such a thing trivial? its great to feel great!
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goodreads.com/blue-linckia

27/ since 2006

>>7682757
Same as this guy, had to start one because of being an info assistant at a library.
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>>7683358

ur rly qt
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>>7683358
>had to start one because of being an info assistant at a library.
How's that? You use Goodreads as a cataloguing reference or something? Is that common practice with today's librarians?
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>>7683369
Patrons will ask you about any kind of reading resources, so having first-hand experience with Goodreads, Novelist, Overdrive, e-readers, etc. is required if you want to look like know what you're talking about. Also, these sites give pretty good recommendations for read-alikes; so when someone says they like a book and want more in a genre we haven't personally explored, it's a good way to explore similar recommendations.
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>>7683399
yikes, how does it feel to be occupationally irrelevant? Do you hide it that you're on Goodreads too?
>Let me just check 'the system'
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>>7683409
>>7683409
Goodreads is probably not the first place I'd look for recommendations, we do have internal resources for that. I have had people ask about Goodreads in general, what it's for and how to start an account. I have used my own account to demonstrate what can be done on it.
I'm not sure my job is irrelevant. In some aspects I am a professional Googler, but I am able to request info from databases and other far-off libraries patrons wouldn't easily be able to access. They also seem to like one-on-one tech support that teaches them about their devices rather than trying to make a profit. I hope I don't have to go on about how useful libraries are to the general public; they're definitely not dying, but they are expanding in non-traditional aspects.
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>>7683358
Troll. I'm sure.
No qt girls like that browse /lit/
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https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/21203517-david

I'll be your friend

19/~5 years
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>>7683170
Is Ivo Andrić an example of Serbian, Croatian or Bosnian literature?
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>>7683624

Born in bosnia, croatian parents, later identified as a serb. 100% yugoslav. Great author too. His bosnian trilogy is fantastic.
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>>7680643
Browsing 4chan since the age of 16

>>7680771
Browsing 4chan since the age of 15

>>7681261
Browsing 4chan since the age off 16

>>7682049
Browsing 4chan since the age of 12

>>7682054
Browinsing since 12

>>7682496
Since 14

>>7683056
Since 12

>>7683536
Since 14

I wonder why we are fucked up as a board
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>>7683886
>all this underage

This is a revelation
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>>7683866
Well, exactly. That was my point.
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>>7683886
I'm 20 and I've been browsing since I was 12.
The sad thing is no matter what road my life takes this will be a significant part of my childhood looking back. It's gone on too long now to simply be set aside. Shucks. The 4chan generation.
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https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/14941198.Aaron_Ward

28. Maybe a year or two.
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26. Been on 4chan since 2006 or so, but for the past few years ive only browsed /int/, /lit/ and /tv/ (tthough it mostly sucks, plebby as fuck). Now that we have /his/ im on there too.
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>>7684006
Why authors don't rate books? and when they do, why do they always give five stars? Is it all to be in good relations with everyone?

I remember there was a thread in goodreads about a guy bitching about an author who didn't give five stars to everyone, and apparently that's a non-written rule in the goodreads community.
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>>7684679
Naw, I just don't like to / am not good at quantifying things.
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>>7684020
Are you me?
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>>7680643
https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/52552056-carolus-goss

28 / 7 years

just made the account and i'm not about to add all that i've read. i've got should-have-read-already things in my want to read list because most of what i've read has been from 19th and early 20th century and i feel like i need to start from the top.
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>>7681261
my nigga
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>>7683023
I'm into Hungarian lit.

23
4 years (1 year /lit/)
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>>7685036
https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/45379279-dr-benway
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>>7683624
Croatian or serbian, depending on the era of his work.
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>>7685054

Really? And not bosnian at all? Not even bosnian croat? When most of his work takes place in bosnia?
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>>7683886

21 - been on 4chan since 12. I haven't been on /lit/ all that time though - I was mainly and edgy teen on /b/ until I was 16/17.
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>>7685436
Sort of this, I'm>>7682054; I started somewhere between 12/13, never really browsed properly, just went on out of curiostity every now and then. I then moved about between /mu/, /int/, /fit/, and /vg/ for abit before settling on /lit/ and /fit/.
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>>7683023
Well, I am, but I am Polish with degree in Czech Studies. I know Polish, Czech, Russian, currently learning Slovene. Slavic literature is mostly untranslatable to non-Slavic languages, I am so sorry.
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Hi
https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/36672922-dawn

18, started going on the chinz when I was around 14. Only went on /mu/ though
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>>7680643

https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/44624292-ari

21, since 2008
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https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/32671776-anomaly

33 years old
I've been coming to 4chan for ten years.
/lit/ is nearly the only board left that I still find somewhat bearable.
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>>7685449

Why slovene and not " BCS " (bosnian, croatian, serbian)?
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>>7683536
rec me some physics-related books pls thanks
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>>7685481

First, I Had an opportunity to take intensive course in Slovene for free and good scholarship in Ljubljana next year. Second, I strongly dislike nationalistic bullshit. Third, I am interested in German influence on Slavic languages. But in the future, who knows?
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>>7685404
Bosnia isn't really a nation or identity, unless you count Muslims form there.
Also it's quite sad Andrić is the only author people know of when they think 'yugoslav' since there are many more authors who are much better.
Anyway Andrić himself was a Croat who couldn't break through in the literary scene of Yugoslavia as it was dominated by the ideas of essentially Serbian nationalism and equating Serbian and Croatian cultures (and as far as literary traditions go there's been almost no contact whatsoever) and he just decided to write in 'serbo croatian' and became famous through it. He wrote for around a decade with no success before that.
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>>7686392

>Bosnia isn't really a nation or identity, unless you count Muslims form there.

How can you say that? Do you not know history? There has been a "bosnia" since the middle ages, a ban of bosnia and then a kingdom. There are ethnic bosnians, they are mostly muslims now, but they are still bosnian. Croats and serbs always try to erase bosnia and say there isnt one.
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>>7686439
>How can you say that?
I used to live there son.
>Do you not know history?
Yes.
>There has been a "bosnia" since the middle ages, a ban of bosnia and then a kingdom.
Indeed, but it was never a kingdom with ethnic tendencies such as England, France or Croatia.
It was also a short lived kingdom and the land doesn't have a legal or constitutional tradition.
> There are ethnic bosnians, they are mostly muslims now, but they are still bosnian.
They never existed. As a identification of a regional identity such as Croats from Dalmatia or Bosnia, yes. A national, ethnic identity? No. Muslims population is either convert Croats or Muslims from other areas of Turkey. And even they never identified as a nation or a specific ethnicity until relatively recently.
>Croats and serbs always try to erase bosnia and say there isnt one.
It was always there, just not as a specific national identity with a legal and constitutional legacy or a unified culture. It never possessed a specific name for the language until Muslims decided they needed one 30 years ago along with their newfound nationality.
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https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/52121352-holly-mid--spencer

Joined Goodreads the other day on the thought that it may recommend me some books. Haven't bothered adding favourite books or anything as of yet.

Age - 20;

Been posting on 4Chan a year and a half when I moved to University and finally got internet which we didn't have at home.
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>>7686508
>and finally got internet which we didn't have at home.
How do you live anno 2016 without internet?
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>>7686527
Well technically I'm not living in 2016 without internet, but I did until mid 2014. I don't know. If I wanted to look something up I'd write it down and look it up the next day at school. I had a phone with internet but I didn't really use it.
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I'm glad to know I'm not the oldest cunt here.
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>>7686553
Was there some practical reason you didn't have an internet connection (like living very remote)? Or were your parents just luddites?
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Seeing how we're all following each other anyway, should we start a /lit/ group on Goodreads, or would that be too lumpenprole?

>I have "friends", now what do I do?
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>>7686588
We aren't your friends pal, we just follow each other to compare our ratings with other people's.
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>>7680643
https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/28307502-reuben

19, 1 year~
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>>7686558
how old are you?
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>>7686588
There's like 50 lit groups lad

Oi boys check out this gyals ass
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>>7686635
Man, her ass is the size of her torso.
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https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/14183495-levent

add me if you're a cuck
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>>7686583
When a teenager I spent times between three houses depending on what I was doing at the time and one being in the middle of nowhere it'd have cost a fortune to pay for a decent connection, which really wasn't worth it.

At the time I used to get annoyed that I felt left out of discussion at school about youtubers and celebrity culture (not that I ever even got interested in it) but I had a laptop so I'd go and sit in my mother car for about an hour every so often and torrent some films or shows via the neighbours wifi so I didnt lose out in those terms.
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>>7685436
>having spent nearly half your life on 4chan
Damn son
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https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/22494004-ana-syromenos

I'm 25 and I don't know the exact year but I can remember when 4chan asked you if you wanted frames or not.

Also, friends on Goodreads please. ._. Nobody ever wants to talk.
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>>7689324

id also like to talk with friends on gr, but not you cause you seem like a cunt
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https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/42669102-parf

eh, fuck it. i'm 26 and i've only been on 4chan for about 3 months now.
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>>7689372
/lit/ has a lot of cool people, but also a lot of autists and sexual deviants.
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>using goodreads
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>>7689618
nice
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>>7689436
>/lit/ has a lot of cool people
no, it hasn't
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https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/36810115-geoffrey

I'm 23, and I've been browsing 4chan for about a year.

Hmu 4 nudes
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>>7689818
post pls
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>>7689852
I believe I said hmu
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tfw almost 22 and been browsing since age 13
kek
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>>7692467
You're not going to be laughing when you find yourself 35 and still here every day.
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>>7690958
b-but i don't like violence
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>>7692884
Then I guess you'll miss out on all my cool stories about strange encounters.

I'm so alone
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>>7692844
fuck off I'm 34. I...I'm not pathetic. I promise!
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>>7692844
>You're not going to be laughing when you find yourself 35 and still here every day.
I know I'll be weeping like a faggot when this place is gone.
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>been browsing since I was 20
>I have spent a chunk of my adult life interacting with literal 12 year olds
time to kill myself
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>>7694807
Farewell.
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>>7680643
Fuck Goodreads
23/Jun. 2008
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>>7682079
Your mom dislikes that some /lit/izen enjoys Oscar Wilde?
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>>7683886
>tfw I started browsing at 18
>I didn't even start on that shite /b/ but went straight to /lit/ and /pol/.
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https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/50243692-stephen

19, browsing since 2013.
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>>7695780
I like /pol/ because it's like /b/ ten years ago.
It's shit, but the kind of shit with a sparkle of gold once or twice a year.
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>>7683886
>I am the same age as m00t
>I started browsing when I was 15
>it's been a long road
>started skipping school to shitpost on 4chan
>spent pretty much my whole adult life on 4chan
>gave it all in and became full NEET 6 years ago
>there is nothing that completes me like 4chan does
>4chan is all that I know
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>>7696745

HEY GUYS LOOK AT ME I RATE BOOKS WITHOUT EVEN READING THEM
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>>7696768
>I like /pol/ because it's like /b/ ten years ago.
this is what /pol/ literally believes
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>>7696768
with a little /reddit/ mixed in.

oh wow, I remember staying up for the GET party shitfests. if you won the raffle your post became a meme.

before normie pepes, slowpoke and psyduck were the format. now gets are gone, we never move on. the loss of gets killed 4chan. pepe was the beginning of the death of this community.

10 MILLION FUCKING WOW AMAZING.
man I miss those days.
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>>7696807
I remember when 9gag was the bogeyman
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Wow Tegan chill out
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>tfw want to post mine but I have no friends
;~;
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>>7683112
sounds based
tbr'd
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>>7696948
She can't chill out
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>>7683112
was ferdinand killed by a jew by chance?
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>>7697904
i just ask since the only ppl who benefit from ww1 and ww2 were jew
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>>7697909
> They belonged to a class of Christian peasants known as kmets (serfs), who were often oppressed by their Muslim landlords.

nvrmind
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>>7697909
and third-world countries.
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>it's a sebastian thread

https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/3181744-atlas-can

25 / 9 years
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>>7697976
What do you do for a living anon?

I'm curious about what older people here do.
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>>7697985

Grad school. I'm not that motivated, but I still have books.
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57, been here for 33 years. Feels bad man.
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>>7698059
>Grad school.
Nice.
I want to get into it next year. I hope I'm not too old for that (I'll be 25).
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35, been browsing 4chan on and off since 2006. My good read for today is a short interview with Baudrillard about his work being appropriated in the move The Matrix.

http://www2.ubishops.ca/baudrillardstudies/vol1_2/genosko.htm
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https://www.goodreads.com/christophalus
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On and off for 3-4 years or so
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https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/14424167-matei

25. started browsing /lit/ maybe 2 years ago?
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