One woman. One year. Countless distractions.
a) suck it upb) get rid of a few booksc) get one of these little doohickeys*
Except that it looks like it could pull through the spine. I'd be nervous using that, I think.nickd
That looks like the result of someone who accidentally left the pin to a grenade lying on his coffee table. When some girl he'd invited over asked him about it, he told her it was for pulling individual books out of his tightly squashed tomes, thereby avoiding having to explain the boxes of C4 in his basement and simultaneously reinforcing the learned image he'd been trying so hard to project.Of course, the evening ended horribly when she sat on the bear trap he kept in the toilet.
If they're available in Japan, maybe they're available in Korea. The search is on!
Whoever uses that doesn't love their books. Surely it would damage the spine? And what do you do for paperbacks? You find the oddest book items!
You'll like this chair!http://www.neatorama.com/2007/09/09/read-and-roam-with-the-bookinist-chair/
I was just thinking the other day that something like this would be a good idea* but in practice it looks like it would hurt the books. Which are more important than my manicure, obviously. How disappointing.(*Right after I broke a nail trying to get a book off the shelf. I tend to keep the shelves tightly packed because it's the only way to keep the kitten from chewing on them. I miss my old cats who'd learned to respect books, if only because they realized it made it very likely that there would be a stationary lap available for an hour or two- Pea actually used to start purring and circling my feet when I headed for the bookcase; I think that's the cat equivalent of calling first dibs.)
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