I love the Bookstore.

12 Jun

Is it worse…

to BE a pompous, annoying university students blathering on and on about “omg I so couldn’t translate poetry-can you imagine!”

OR

to stand NEXT to pompous, annoying university students (PAUS) blathering on and on about “omg I so couln’t translate poetry-can you imagine!” who cannot seem to get it into their heads that since I’ve been standing in front of the section next to them for a good ten minutes, that they should move on. It’s two shelves. You aren’t buying anything. I’m sure you’ve scanned all the books. And most instore additions of classic novels are around 10.00 you twits. It’s not exciting.

And just admit that you don’t like James Joyce PAUS. Many of us don’t. It’s not impressive to fake enjoyment of something so inherently painful. (D.H. Lawrence on the other hand, is something you should read you little whiny PAUS.)

Oh, and eye rolling 16 year old muffin topped girl ignoring her whiny emo boyfriend while flipping through and blocking the cultural studies section. Just break up with him and MOVE you little twit! You aren’t even reading the books! Stop touching them! You might break the spines!

Whiny emo boy, she isn’t going to put out. Move along.

sigh….

3 Responses to “I love the Bookstore.”

  1. Bon June 12, 2007 at 6:13 pm #

    it is so hard to be silent and patient when you can clearly see the way to betterment and wisdom for the young, and all they’re doing is loitering and breaking your spine(s).

    and if any single one of them is anything but totally freaking befuddled by James Joyce at twenty, they are much much smarter than i was.

  2. thordora June 12, 2007 at 6:32 pm #

    Screw enlightenment. I just wanted them to get out of the way to see if they had any Robyn Sarah hidden anywhere. (They didn’t. Stupid Chapters)

  3. eric June 14, 2007 at 5:13 am #

    I heard a mother cry out to her son in a bookstore. Not a very odd sight at a Barnes and Noble.

    However, it sure is if the kid’s name was “Enis”

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