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message 1: by Bisky (new)

Bisky Scribbles (bisky_scribbles) | 2536 comments Mod
Did you read a book when you were younger that you wished you hadn't?

message 2: by Mark (new)

Mark Bordner Stephen King's It left me cowering

message 3: by G.G. (new)

G.G. (ggatcheson) | 1053 comments Mod
May I ask how old you were when you read it?

message 4: by Mark (new)

Mark Bordner My goodness, that was a long time ago, I'm going to guess in my mid-teens. That's when I started getting interested in reading.

message 5: by G.G. (new)

G.G. (ggatcheson) | 1053 comments Mod
Oh ok... I can see how It could do that to a teen, easy.

message 6: by Bisky (new)

Bisky Scribbles (bisky_scribbles) | 2536 comments Mod
I meant nursery rhyme type stuff, no one read the velveteen rabbit? :p

message 7: by Mark (new)

Mark Bordner Oh, sorry, Bisky :P. I could say that Hansel and Gretal left a vivid impression when I was little. The thought of being lost, then lured into a freaky old woman's house to be cooked and eaten...

message 8: by Nicole (new)

Nicole Michelle | 450 comments Mod
Rumpelstilskin all the way xp locking woman up, sacrificing first born children...creepy old men lol I mean I like the story but it never quite sat right with me as a kiddo haha

message 9: by Bisky (new)

Bisky Scribbles (bisky_scribbles) | 2536 comments Mod
Haha, I think most fairy tale type things are really quite sinister :p

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