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Caffeinated_Reader
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#14 of my year! My favorite music artist, Justin; Crywolf, references this book often and so of course that means I have to devour it and read it for myself. It‘s been on my TBR list for over a year and I‘m happy to finally get to it. #thattitleispowerful

Caffeinated_Reader At first I thought this book was hilarious in an ironic kind of way. Like reading each short story after another was an attempt to see how uncomfortable someone could make you until you either blushed or burst into tears.
The second thoughts I had whilst in the middle of the book was that although each short story was different and told from different POV and character types, they
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Caffeinated_Reader still held that same thought patterns, awkwardness, and intentionally crass tone to them.
I use to think I wanted to be a counselor or therapist but as I got older I learned I didn‘t want to know what others kept in their heads hidden from the world. This book made me feel like I was stuck in an elevator with a group of people in the middle of
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Caffeinated_Reader sharing time at a fucked up therapy session and that I would suffocate from their waves of confessions and fucked up dreams/memories. While reading I was able to relate to types of feelings like confusion, feeling detached, lost, misunderstood, risky, and just plain imperfect but I was not able to relate to the character that was in the situation feeling these things. Idk 3y
Caffeinated_Reader if that clearly explains my take from this book but yeah lol Some stories made me angry others made me laugh and then feel like a jerk for laughing. This world is full of complicated people that all deserve to tell their stories and live through the confusion and I guess that‘s my take away from this tiny odd book. As long as you‘re breathing you still have the power to change whatever situation you‘ve found yourself in. 3y
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