A fucked up life in books by Anonymous

By Anonymous

The so much fucked up memoir you will ever learn. A foul-mouthed memoir a few dysfunctional lifestyles. every one bankruptcy recounts a key second within the author's existence throughout the books she used to be analyzing on the time together with: � Howard's finish, the single textual content she had learn while conducting sexual intercourse.� the key Diary of Adrian Mole, which she had in her bag whereas on vacation in Tangier whilst a industry dealer provided her to shop for her from her mom for 30 camels.� Angela's Ashes, her selected examining fabric in the course of her breast aid surgery.� Wild Swans, the booklet she learn the day she made up our minds to don't have anything extra to do along with her mom. it really is humorous, it truly is surprising, it truly is heartbreaking, it's very impolite and it truly is absolutely unforgettable.

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I glanced to the kitchen window. I could see Mum chopping vegetables. I could hear music, she was listening to a tape, the one that I called Coca Cola (Peanut Man by Tim Buckley). She couldn’t hear my brother crying in the hole. I put my book down and walked over to him to have a look. He looked like a twat. Red-faced and crumpled eyes from all the tears. One of his shoes had fallen off. I picked up the shoe and headed for the kitchen. Mum was dancing around. I handed her the shoe. She shouted at me ‘Why have you taken your brother’s shoe?

THAT FUCKING PERVERT CUNT WAS WATCHING ME PISS WITH A MIRROR! ’ She huffed and puffed and sorted her shirt and flies out and stormed out. I followed her downstairs where she left the pub immediately and I went back to sit with my friend. I was telling my friend what had happened when two policemen came over to our table. ’ Shit. They know we’re underage. They’re definitely going to put us both in prison. ‘Err, we’re at the college studying English …’ I held up our books. ’ ‘Have either of you been into the toilet?

It’s just a bunch of stuff that has happened over the last 27 years, to someone who has spent most of their life hiding behind the pages of a book. Some of it makes me sad and makes me cry, and some of it makes me feel so fucking lucky to have been there. All of it is given to you, with love, from an anonymous book blogger. BookCunt, August 2012 Childhood and school Owl at Home The first book I ever remember reading is Owl At Home, by Arnold Lobel. I’m not sure whether I ever actually read it as a child, or whether it was read to me so much that I memorised the words, but I did used to sit and turn the pages and recite the stories from it.

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