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Coronation Street

By Sarah Larson | Comment Diversions | May 19, 2010 |

By Sarah Larson | Comment Diversions | May 19, 2010 |

First of all, you magnificent bastards really outdid yourselves last week. That whole thread was so full of hysterically outrageous jackassery and there’s no way I could pick just one winner, so it’s CROWNS FOR EVERYONE! Try not to get too medieval and start usurping each other’s thrones, but if there’s gonna be brawling princesses up in this joint, then it had best look like this:


I know it’s pretty much a given that the Pajibettes could rock the hell outta some metal bikinis, but I bet more than a few of the Pajiboys would look mighty fetching in a little bit o’ bronze and a whole lotta skin.

Now if we can all manage to get our minds out of the Sarlacc Pit for a minute, can we discuss some literature? More specifically, I’d like you all to share with the class the worst book you’ve ever read. Perhaps it’s not even actually the worst book ever, but for whatever reason, it filled you with such rage that it somehow trumps other books of arguably lesser quality. We’ve covered various angles of this subject in the past, but it’s been awhile since we last talked about it. I’d like the new kids to get a chance to play and hopefully we’ll even get a few more lurkers to dive in this time. I know I say this a lot, but it really cannot be said enough: I love me some lurkers.

So c’mon, out with it. Purge your bilious anger and tell me all about the book you hate so much that it causes flames on the side of your face.

Sarah Larson lives in Minnesota, where she is usually up to no good. She does not believe in Isabel Allende, because that’s how much she hated The House of the Spirits. She can be reached by email here.

Dustin is the founder and co-owner of Pajiba. You may email him here, follow him on Twitter, or listen to his weekly TV podcast, Podjiba.

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