There are dozens of pet peeves that get on book readers’ nerves. Like Amazon shipping you every single book in its own separate box when order loads of them or when the bottom parts of 2 pages are still connected. Then there are the big no-no’s that will make any book lover mad. Like people burning books or tearing off the pages of the books that they’re reading. One. [Rip.] By. [Tear.] One. [Rip.]

We know that you enjoy books, dear readers, so we here at Bored Panda have collected a list of pictures that will infuriate any book lover and literature enthusiast. Scroll down, upvote your fave pics, and let us know in the comments what other book-related things get your blood boiling.

Bored Panda reached out to The Willoughby Book Club, the UK's leading personalized book subscription service, and spoke with Director Marianne Chala about the pet peeves that book-lovers have and the things that infuriate them the most. “Our staff are comprised of book obsessives, booksellers, and library assistants—I was a bookseller myself for 20 years before joining The Willoughby Book Club, so we have seen a lot of abominations towards books in our careers!” she said. Scroll down for our full interview with Marianne, as well as our chat with the founders of the Book Box Club.

#1

The Only Book In The Store That's Wrapped In Plastic Is This One

The Only Book In The Store That's Wrapped In Plastic Is This One

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Rob Chapman
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6 months ago

Oh, the irony

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#2

No God, Nooooo. God, Please No

No God, Nooooo. God, Please No

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Lauren Caswell
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6 months ago

Mr Dewey rolls in grave

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#3

Ordered 27 Books From Amazon On A Single Order. Got 27 Boxes With 1 Book Each Delivered

Ordered 27 Books From Amazon On A Single Order. Got 27 Boxes With 1 Book Each Delivered

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K. aka letmeplaywithkittens
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6 months ago

Cat castle building material

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Marianne said that some of the pet peeves that she and The Willoughby Book Club have include artsy houses where people arrange their books with the spines facing inwards. “This is a crime against literature,” she told us.

Cracked spines also anger Marianne and her staff, especially when it’s done on purpose and in front of patient, long-suffering book lovers. The book club also hates film tie-in covers (“We’re all snobs, and loathe these!” Marianne exclaimed), as well as books bought just for show without any intention of reading them.“

Bored Panda also spoke to Marianne about the worst things that she’s ever seen somebody do to books. Among these was a beloved book lent to a family member that was mauled by a dog, a burst pipe that destroyed a whole collection of books and ‘might have’ made Marianne cry, and a large hardback that was sawn in half with a breadknife because it was “too big to read in bed.”

#4

This Price Sticker That Ruined The Cover Of This 1908 Book

This Price Sticker That Ruined The Cover Of This 1908 Book

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Bored Birgit
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6 months ago

Oh boy. That's so sad.

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#5

Instead Of Putting In A Bookshelf, This Coffee Shop Cut The Spines Of The Books And Glued Them To A Shelf

Instead Of Putting In A Bookshelf, This Coffee Shop Cut The Spines Of The Books And Glued Them To A Shelf

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visvalin Vamadevan
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6 months ago

I’d be the most annoyed because I would definitely try to get one to read and then realise.

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#6

This Is The Last Page Of A Book In My School's Library. This Isn't The Only Time It Happened Either

This Is The Last Page Of A Book In My School's Library. This Isn't The Only Time It Happened Either

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Nea
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6 months ago

The person just made stephen king more mysterious for you!

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“From working in bookshops, I have had books returned for a refund that have been dropped in the pool on holiday and are crunchy with sand… or when 50 Shades of Grey was the thing, we’d get copies returned with the spine cracked on the saucy bits. I have seen sandwiches, burgers and on one memorable day, a whole burrito tucked into the shelves with the books… and a large coffee upended on the Christmas display tables of bestsellers— ugh, it’s giving me hives to have to re-live it,” Marianne told us about all the horrible things she’s seen done to books. Poor books. They deserve better.

Marianne went into detail about book borrowing etiquette and how long it’s polite to hold onto them. “I’m cringing a little at this because I am a notorious book magpie and have ‘accumulated’ quite a few books that were lent to me in good faith. This is Not Okay and was the most frowned upon behavior from the Willoughby team,” she said.

#7

Looking Through An Old Cookery Book I Just Found And There's A Squashed Frog As A Bookmark

Looking Through An Old Cookery Book I Just Found And There's A Squashed Frog As A Bookmark

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Troux
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6 months ago

Maybe it contains a recipe for frog jerky?

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#8

This Hardcopy Ela Book Is Complete With Useless Hyperlinks And And Unwatchable Videos. Go American Education System

This Hardcopy Ela Book Is Complete With Useless Hyperlinks And And Unwatchable Videos. Go American Education System

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Harley Hans Hoglin
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6 months ago

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#9

Got Bumped To First Class (Super Sweet) Only To Witness This Lady Tearing Off The Pages Of The Book She's Reading

Got Bumped To First Class (Super Sweet) Only To Witness This Lady Tearing Off The Pages Of The Book She's Reading

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Zoe Drake
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6 months ago

WHY!?

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“We’ve all fallen victim to it (but I’m the only one owning up to doing it myself!). It also raises the issue of hurt in the poor lender. As Alisha says, the lender can feel very let down that the book they love is not being cherished to the correct degree… ‘It’s like seeing a friend mistreated.’ None of us set deadlines, that’s just not how it goes, but I think if you don’t see it back in a few months, you can wave goodbye to it forever.”

Marianne added: “Despite the risk of books not being returned, we all love books and will take that risk to pass the love on. It’s so great when someone loves a book you’ve recommended, and we’re really lucky to be able to do that for a job!”

#10

Burned Down The "Take A Book, Leave A Book"

Burned Down The "Take A Book, Leave A Book"

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Foxxy (The Original)
Community Member
6 months ago

What an asshole thing to do. Geez some people have zero respect.

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#11

This Hotel Doesn't Allow You To Use Books For Their Intended Purpose

This Hotel Doesn't Allow You To Use Books For Their Intended Purpose

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K. aka letmeplaywithkittens
Community Member
6 months ago

Books should not be decor. They’re meant to be passports to other worlds.

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#12

I Don't Think I Should Read This Deign Chapter In My Book

I Don't Think I Should Read This Deign Chapter In My Book

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Kaisu
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6 months ago

The design is fine, the layout not so much

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The Willoughby Book Club offers personalized book subscriptions: they’ll provide you with a bespoke selection of books they think you’ll love and all you have to do is answer a few questions about your reading tastes and genre.

“Subscriptions are available for 3, 6, or 12 months in a variety of genres from Contemporary Fiction to Wellness and each month, one title arrives beautifully gift wrapped to your door,” Marianne explained what services the book club provides. “This makes the perfect gift for voracious readers, difficult to buy for relatives, and children building a lifelong relationship with reading alike. We also make the perfect gift for lockdown: let us take the stress out of choosing reading matter for yourself or your gift recipient, and as each subscription is selected with the reader in mind, no two subscriptions are ever the same.”

The Willoughby Book Club also donates a book to Book Aid International for every subscription purchased. They do this to “work toward their vision of a world where everybody has access to books that educate, inspire, and change lives.”

#13

This Store Sells Books Wrapped In Packaging So Readers Can Pick A Book From Just A Sentence. Somebody Opened All Of Them

This Store Sells Books Wrapped In Packaging So Readers Can Pick A Book From Just A Sentence. Somebody Opened All Of Them

Only one shelf of the store sells books like these. People usually get these as gifts or when they want to explore new books without judging them by their cover. There are other books in the store so I don't know why the person felt that it was okay to do this.

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K. aka letmeplaywithkittens
Community Member
6 months ago

The same person opens other people’s birthday presents.

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#14

Book Murderer

Book Murderer

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gloria benado
Community Member
6 months ago

Beyond horrible!

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#15

Three Books In The Same Series Produced By The Same Company

Three Books In The Same Series Produced By The Same Company

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Troux
Community Member
6 months ago

Volume 3 was truly revolutionary!

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Bored Panda also spoke with Kate Morris-Double who founded the Book Box Club together with Libby Harris. “We're both a bit laid back when it comes to books,” Kate told us. “Of course, we love beautiful books and we've got lovely editions and signed copies of things that we like to keep pristine, but generally if someone is enjoying a book (even if that means folding down the pages, eating their lunch and crumbling over it!) we don't like to criticize! The worst thing someone could do to a book in my opinion is buy it, put it on the shelf and never read it!”

Neither Kate nor Libby are worried about people who borrow books keeping them for a long time. “If I've lent someone a book it's because I want them to read it, and I know that everyone is busy and that might take time. I wouldn't loan a book that I was worried about getting back,” Kate said.

The Book Box Club is a subscription box and online book group for fans of young adult fiction. “Every month, we send our members a brand new, beautifully wrapped YA book and an invitation to an online book group, where they can meet (virtually) the author of our featured read, ask their questions and chat to our other members,” Kate explained. “We choose books of all different genres, the only criteria is that they have to be completely brilliant! Books are often signed or accompanied by signed bookplates and we have an option that also includes lots of themed exclusive goodies made by small businesses (Book Box Club) and an option for just the book and book group membership (Purely Books).”

#16

Folding A Page In A Library Book When It Has A Built-In Bookmark

Folding A Page In A Library Book When It Has A Built-In Bookmark

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Lauren Caswell
Community Member
6 months ago

Time for re-education Winston

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#17

About Finishing The Book Only To Discover That 10 Pages Are Missing

About Finishing The Book Only To Discover That 10 Pages Are Missing

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visvalin Vamadevan
Community Member
6 months ago

Oh wait, if the two pages stuck together was bad, a loss of 10 pages!

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#18

Polish Catholic Priest And Kids Burning Stuff Such As Harry Potter Books, Lord Of The Rings, Buddhist Figurines

Polish Catholic Priest And Kids Burning Stuff Such As Harry Potter Books, Lord Of The Rings, Buddhist Figurines

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Katrin
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6 months ago

As a German,I find this very disgusting. Don‘t copy the shit we did.

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As it turns out, there are lots and lots of things that get on people’s nerves if they’re big fans of books. Like “borrowers” who fold up or even rip your books. Not to mention folks who borrow a book and hold on to it for months or even years without finishing it (most of us are guilty of having done this at least once in our lives, so let’s cut each other some slack).

Some literature fans are also merciless when they see somebody folding the book to make it easier to hold while reading. While books should be shown the proper respect that they deserve, we should also ask ourselves if the point of a book is to look pretty or to show that it’s been read. Time and time again. Passionately. Enthusiastically. In our opinion, a bit of wear and tear gives a book character. (You should see our Harry Potter sets!) Not too much wear, though. There’s always a limit!

#19

Books That Have This Much Paper Before Chapter 1 Even Starts

Books That Have This Much Paper Before Chapter 1 Even Starts

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Kaisu
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6 months ago

This could be a long prologue or a foreword, it's not just waste of paper

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#20

Dammit USPS. Go Ahead And Stuff A Hardcover Book In My Mailbox

Dammit USPS. Go Ahead And Stuff A Hardcover Book In My Mailbox

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Aneese
Community Member
6 months ago

File a damage claim and buy a new one. Generally USPS will tell you to donate the damaged one when they pay your claim. SOURCE: USPS claims supervisor

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#21

The Downside To Checking Out Books From The Public Library

The Downside To Checking Out Books From The Public Library

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Rob Chapman
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6 months ago

That's just nasty

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Another thing that annoys us is when the publisher decides to completely change the book format for sequels in a series. There you were, putting those books nicely on your shelf and out comes the long-awaited sequel. But there’s something wrong: it’s way bigger/smaller than the other books. And the cover art! Ugh! They completely changed the art style. It’s not like you’re not gonna read the sequel, right? (It’s still a book after all.) But the fact that the set isn’t uniform anymore is going to be like a thorn in your mind for a long, long time.

Dust jackets also really infuriate us. They’re supposed to protect hardcover books from dust, damage, and sunlight, but what they really do is annoy the heck out of us! They get in the way, they rip easily, and they end up cluttering our homes when we take them off to read without distractions. When you look at all the things that we book lovers get mad about, it’s surprising we manage to get any reading done at all!

#22

The Perfect Book For A Price Sticker That Won't Come Off

The Perfect Book For A Price Sticker That Won't Come Off

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chi-wei shen
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6 months ago

Use a wet kitchen sponge. This book wouldn't get damaged and the sticker comes off within seconds.

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#23

This Harry Potter Box Set Doesn't Fit All Of The Books If Any Of Them Have Actually Been Read Or Taken Out

This Harry Potter Box Set Doesn't Fit All Of The Books If Any Of Them Have Actually Been Read Or Taken Out

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Just Carmen
Community Member
6 months ago

This is just so WRONG!

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#24

What A Kid At My School Did To A Library Book

What A Kid At My School Did To A Library Book

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visvalin Vamadevan
Community Member
6 months ago

Phone hole. The kids hide their phone in there and act like they are reading a book.

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#25

This Bookshelf Containing Books Placed With Their Spines Facing The Wall. Why?

This Bookshelf Containing Books Placed With Their Spines Facing The Wall. Why?

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Hope Floats
Community Member
6 months ago

I'm guessing it's so they blend in with the neutral surroundings..

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#26

Every Book Was Blocked Like This

Every Book Was Blocked Like This

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logical fallacy
Community Member
6 months ago

So irritating. If I can't read the summary then I won't be able to buy the book, Karen - I mean, Bookstore!

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#27

Occasionally A Book Will Arrive Damaged - Never Had One That Looks Like It Was Run Over

Occasionally A Book Will Arrive Damaged - Never Had One That Looks Like It Was Run Over

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Marcellus the Third
Community Member
6 months ago

Did the DHL guy exit your front porch, pursued by a bear?

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#28

It's A Library Book. Don't Be That Person

It's A Library Book. Don't Be That Person

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Troux
Community Member
6 months ago

If those notes are from the famous writer Anthony Burgess, then they'd actually add to the value!

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#29

This Bookshelf

This Bookshelf

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Nea
Community Member
6 months ago

I think this happens when one is referring to many books at a given time. In the writing phase of my thesis, my bookshelf ws this way. You can lose the argument in a momenta nd Stacking them right was the last thing on my mind.

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#30

Opened The Wrapping On A Fancy New Book With A Pen. I Hate Myself

Opened The Wrapping On A Fancy New Book With A Pen. I Hate Myself

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Nea
Community Member
6 months ago

Dont be so harsh on urself- u can turn it into a mild design.

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#31

When You Borrow A Library Book And Someone Else Has Annotated All Over It In Pen

When You Borrow A Library Book And Someone Else Has Annotated All Over It In Pen

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Bored Birgit
Community Member
6 months ago

W.H.Y. What a damage.

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#32

Lent My Friend This Book In Perfect Condition And Get It Back Like This

Lent My Friend This Book In Perfect Condition And Get It Back Like This

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gloria benado
Community Member
6 months ago

Never lend books unless you're willing to part with them.

Bored Birgit
Community Member
6 months ago

Wise words.

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Foxxy (The Original)
Community Member
6 months ago

Never lend them a book again. I accidentally ruined 2 of my aunties books, one I spilled a 2L drink all over as I was pouring myself a drink and the other got ruined when I moved house and one of my candles melted all over it. You know what I did, bought my aunty brand new ones without her asking coz that is the right thing to do.

A2Bros
Community Member
6 months ago

Nice

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K. aka letmeplaywithkittens
Community Member
6 months ago

Those people lose my trust forever. Avoid the winos and bathers who read at the same time. I love both but my books are innocent, and there’s always an audio book.

Monika Soffronow
Community Member
6 months ago

"my books are innocent"!

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CrunChewy McSandybutt
Community Member
6 months ago (edited)

I had a friend lend me a copy of Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand (didn't care for it). In the middle of reading it, the spine just disintegrated. I have no idea why. Just bad glue, I suppose. I offered to buy her a new one, but she said it was fine. I still feel bad about that.

Rosie Hamilton
Community Member
6 months ago

I have had that happen to books - not borrowed or lent. Sometimes books aren't that well made unfortunately.

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Lauren Caswell
Community Member
6 months ago

Ah yes. I bought the 4th Harry potter hardcover when it was released, lent it to a friend after I read it. Came back sans dustjacket, front hardcover or first page and the spine was hanging off. I still have it tho! Not the books fault ^-^

Lizzy
Community Member
6 months ago

If I got a book that dirty, which I NEVER would, I would buy the person a new one. NO question.

GFSTaylor
Community Member
6 months ago

A friend lent me a paperback. I went away for a week, and when I got back, one of my cats had chewed the front cover to shreds. I apologized and bought her a replacement copy.

OhForSmegSake
Community Member
6 months ago

If you borrow a book and it gets damaged buy the person a new book!

Ryukei Panda
Community Member
6 months ago

That's not a friend...

Blakkur Sverrir
Community Member
6 months ago

But you got it back. I do not lend books anymore. Never.

Rosie Hamilton
Community Member
6 months ago

I lent my sister several books in one go about 10 years ago and have never seen them again. I didn't make that mistake again.

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Jane Dorothy Warner
Community Member
6 months ago

This is why I don't lend books. They are my children.

Isabel Care
Community Member
6 months ago

My friend bought me a new copy of Weaveworld after she read mine in the bath (ended up 3 times as thick)

May Day
Community Member
6 months ago

Great book and good friend!

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Susan Riley
Community Member
6 months ago

At least you got it back. I'm ~still~ waiting on some of mine to return to me. (Also, they're the LAST ones I'll ever lend.)

Laugh Fan
Community Member
6 months ago

I borrowed a book from a friend and then a couple of years later I got a lot of attitude from her for not returning it. I was shocked and upset but searched my house from top to bottom trying to find it - felt terrible as I had no clue where it was. She rang me up ever so sorry when she found it under HER bed a few months later. So now I don't borrow books!

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Carrie Roettger
Community Member
6 months ago

You never lend books anyway. You give them away. If you have treasured copies of books then you don't offer or agree to loan them out.

Anandra Danubis
Community Member
6 months ago

Suffered for years from non-returns and damaged books. Now when I lend a book I write; the title, the borrower' and the date in a little notebook. And I do it in front of the borrower just so there is absolutely no misunderstanding!

Sasy
Community Member
6 months ago

This is why I never borrow books, I am hard on them, snap spines, lsy face down open, and the worst...if I hate tge ending I might hurl it across the room lol. I am at least aware I am horrible.

Juliette Dauterive
Community Member
6 months ago

I never cared for Stephen King, either.

Donald Holder
Community Member
6 months ago

He's he/she still a friend? Lol

Khadija Hammond
Community Member
6 months ago

Yes, my experience with lending books is I never see them again!

Patricia Kasprowski
Community Member
6 months ago

I don't lend books. I give them away. And don't want to see what happens to them. Only way to keep your "friends". (Pretty much don't have any anymore.)

elfin
Community Member
6 months ago

I lent out a book--just a standard paperback, thank heavens, and got it back with a coffee cup ring on it. Before that it was impeccable since I take careful care of my books.

Katinka Min
Community Member
6 months ago

I'd ask for a new one. Personally, I only lend out books that I don't mind being damaged or even lost. The true treasures don't leave my house.

Sharon Vaughn
Community Member
6 months ago

Well loved. She carried it everywhere in her bookbag, I'd guess.

John Smith
Community Member
6 months ago

At least your friend read it. Look on the bright side. But, yeah. Your friend is an asshole.

Cybele Spanjaard
Community Member
6 months ago

Never lend.. only give away because of this...

Chris DiFonso
Community Member
6 months ago

Some friend!

Magpie
Community Member
6 months ago

I have bought several 2nd copies to lend to a friend. Or because I had lent it, and wanted to read it again *right now*.

Carlota Ocón
Community Member
6 months ago

That person is not you friend.

Janette Smith
Community Member
6 months ago

Nevah lend ya books, surprised you even got it back

Kimberley Thomas
Community Member
6 months ago

I've seen worse,

Nubmaeme
Community Member
6 months ago

As a child, I was taught how to read a book, even a paperback, without destroying it. I had forgotten that not everybody was taught those lessons. I loaned a set of paperbacks to a one-time friend. When she brought them back, their spines were broken, and the pages and covers were ripped, folded and dirty. I told her to keep them because they were not in the condition like they were when I had loaned them to her. We never spoke again.

Pan Narrans
Community Member
6 months ago

Lending books is an absolute Nono. I'll give them a copy when I find one at a thrift store.

CodingGirl04
Community Member
6 months ago

I hate it when this happens to books I have shared.

Bernadett Nagy
Community Member
6 months ago

I lent a book 3 years ago to my bfs mom its right there on the bookshelf

Chelsea Bates
Community Member
6 months ago

At least you got it back, I never do

Zoe's Mom
Community Member
6 months ago

Here's what I live by: I never borrow what I can't afford to replace and I never loan what I can't afford to lose. This; this is so disrespectful.

Faith Livengood
Community Member
6 months ago

Why

Perfumista Perfumista
Community Member
6 months ago

At least you got it back, my co-worker lost/appropriated The Count of Monte Cristo and one of my favorite nail polishes.

Sandra Simpson
Community Member
6 months ago

I once lent a friend a book from my boxed set of Narnia and I never got it back.

Luciana Formaggini
Community Member
6 months ago

they don't deserve to live in a civilization

deanna woods
Community Member
6 months ago

I guess you aren't friends anymore.

manon M
Community Member
6 months ago

Not a Friend 😉

Tahani
Community Member
6 months ago

No longer a friend I hope....?

Elli Rahim
Community Member
6 months ago

Which explains why I don't have friends any more.

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#33

Really, Used Book Distributor? Was This Really Necessary?

Really, Used Book Distributor? Was This Really Necessary?

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Bored Birgit
Community Member
6 months ago

NO!

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#34

Found In A Dumpster Behind NYC High School. Donating Books Is So Over Rated

Found In A Dumpster Behind NYC High School. Donating Books Is So Over Rated

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Giovanni
Community Member
6 months ago

It's so difficult to get rid of old textbooks, they get outdated really fast and schools always require specific editions. I tried to relocate my old school books for years but in the end i had to recycle them.

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#35

Paperback Books

Paperback Books

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Ragnhild Nilsen
Community Member
6 months ago (edited)

Check ventilation and sprinkler systems. The air humidity is way too high. When you get the humidity down to a reasonable (i.e. really too dry for humans) level, the book will flatten out again.

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#36

Who The Frigg Wrote This Book?

Who The Frigg Wrote This Book?

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Dynein
Community Member
6 months ago

I was going to say "well, maybe Ryan is the protagonist of a whole series", then noticed the third name on the bottom. Googled it... Ryan is indeed the protagonist. Greaney is the author. Clancy is the creator of the universe where this story takes place.

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#37

My Friend Found This Inside A Math Book

My Friend Found This Inside A Math Book

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visvalin Vamadevan
Community Member
6 months ago

Drop it and run

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#38

These Book Covers

These Book Covers

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Faith Livengood
Community Member
6 months ago

Nea, only if you knew...

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#39

Paid $18 For This From A Used Book Seller On Amazon. They Left Their Price Tag On It

Paid $18 For This From A Used Book Seller On Amazon. They Left Their Price Tag On It

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Mark
Community Member
6 months ago

Yes but you were happy to pay $18 in the first place so........

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#40

The Bottom Of These Two Pages In My Book Were Connected

The Bottom Of These Two Pages In My Book Were Connected

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Harley Hans Hoglin
Community Member
6 months ago

I've had to cut pages apart, it's not that big of a deal.

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