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    Definitely in bed. The bookstore is the very worst place to read a book as it causes me to look around a lot and talk to people sometimes and listen to conversations and wonder what people's lives are all about, (you can meet some interesting people in the bookstore.) Not only that. One book leads to another book leads to another book leads to another book leads to the internet leads to more topics which leads to more browsing and more books. So in the end I'm just wandering the bookstore making a big mess/ ruckus and drinking way too much Starbucks and then I leave wired and overly stimulated like 3 hours later. Similar things can happen in the home but on a lesser magnitude.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    Definitely in bed. The bookstore is the very worst place to read a book as it causes me to look around a lot and talk to people sometimes and listen to conversations and wonder what people's lives are all about, (you can meet some interesting people in the bookstore.) Not only that. One book leads to another book leads to another book leads to another book leads to the internet leads to more topics which leads to more browsing and more books. So in the end I'm just wandering the bookstore making a big mess/ ruckus and drinking way too much Starbucks and then I leave wired and overly stimulated like 3 hours later. Similar things can happen in the home but on a lesser magnitude.
    Great description and yes this can happen.

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    It can depend on the book or reading matter, I had a thing for ages in which I craved to sit back to back with someone or lie with my head on their tummy or hip/thigh and read but when I did it wasnt that much fun, so I'm sure my other dreams about reading in a boat on a river or lake of clear water would turn out shit too. The bunker life from early seasons of lost appealed for a while too.
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    A quiet pub. I find it difficult to focus when I'm home, and there are too many people in libraries.
    I do listen to music to block out outside noises, it's best when it is music that I recognize so it doesn't catch my attention.

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    Ooh, definitely in our sun room when it is raining and dark out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrinth View Post
    Ooh, definitely in our sun room when it is raining and dark out.
    Sounds awesome!!
    All for ourselves, and nothing for other people, seems, in every age of the world, to have been the vile maxim of the masters of mankind.
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    whether or not you credit psychoanalysis itself, the fact remains that we all must, to the greatest extent possible, understand one another's minds as our own; the very survival of humanity has always depended on it. - Open Culture

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    On my couch, with my feet tucked in between the cushions. Or on the porch in my parents' house. I've tried to read outside, but I can only ever manage it on an overcast day. The sunlight is just too bright on the page otherwise, even in the shade. Something about the contrasts make it hard to focus.

    And oddly enough, I read best in a foreign place if I'm sitting on the floor, propped up against the wall. I'm sure it has something to do with high school and having to wait in hallways that made me enjoy sitting that way.
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    In bed.
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