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Old 09-06-2012, 01:38 PM   #51
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My husband doesn't read. I think he read his first "for fun" book after we'd been married a few years, and I teased him when he started bringing home his own books. (He discovered the first in a series one day when he was out without me and only bought the five that were in that series. As far as I know, he hasn't read or purchased any other books since, although I suspect he occasionally reads on the Kindle app on his phone.)

I've never known anyone that reads as much as I do, so I'm used to it being a solitary hobby for me. I find it more important that he accepts that I read and buy books rather than whether or not he reads. We have other interests and activities that we share; reading is just not one of them.

Likewise, I don't judge people because they read or don't read. I have other first impression prejudices.
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