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A good reader imagines 

Enjoying a good coffee and a good book !!!

A good reader imagines

Enjoying a good coffee and a good book !!!

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awesomepeoplereading:

Dan Savage reads Dan Savage.

A good reader imagines

awesomepeoplereading:

Dan Savage reads Dan Savage.

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A good reader imagines

awesomepeoplereading:

Darren Criss multi-reads.

APR offers thanks to Julia at the latante tumblr, who hipped us to this gif set.

butjustwearclothes:

Darren Criss  | Faces of Fox 

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awesomepeoplereading:

Mark Ruffalo reads, ponders.

A good reader imagines

awesomepeoplereading:

Mark Ruffalo reads, ponders.

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awesomepeoplereading:

Bettany reads, smokes, enjoys wearing blue.

Thanks to tumblrer idlecuriosity for the lead to the pic.

smokingissexy:

Paul Bettany

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Aldous Huxley on drugs and democracy 

explore-blog:

Aldous Huxley on drugs and democracy 

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A 40-year-old orangutan has developed an unnerving obsession with Pride & Prejudice. 

Albert, a 200lb (91kg) primate reads up to 50 pages a day of Austen’s book.

And he’s so gripped that unless he’s had at least half-an-hour of Elizabeth Bennet’s travails with Mr Darcy, he won’t sleep at night. 

Michael Krause, Albert’s keeper at Gdansk Zoo, in Poland, revealed: “Albert’s favourite book is Pride & Prejudice while his partner Raya likes German fiction. But they both like cookery books.

“When we’re doing dramatic readings they like me to act out all the movements.”

The bedtime stories came about because the pair would not settle down at night.

Mr Krause said: “If you gave them a fruit snack they’d throw it around, if you tried to wear them out with play, they’d just get hyper.
 
“I didn’t know what to do until I pulled out a book I was reading during a break and within a couple of minutes they were trying to read over my shoulder.
 
“Now they go to bed quietly and peacefully as long as they get their stories.”

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