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What is the weirdest books uve ever read or heard about?
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Posted 2/18/10

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i heard about a book where there was one guy wanted to make the best perfum and there he is doing it.
Near end of the story, he said he make THE One so good that he poured it all on himself and got outside so every1 can smell it.
But then, every1 started to go around him, licking him, every of his body parts and in the end......ate him.......
Because he smelled so good.

When i first heard it, i was like WTF damn idiotic guy and the crowd around him ate him for smelling delicious...


that book is called : Perfume: The Story of a Murderer by Patrick Suskind


as strange as it seems, the book was really good!
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Posted 2/18/10
Fruit.
i borrowed it from my friend because we needed a novel to read for ELA
i started reading it and it was about some fat boy whose nipples were too big and he was sad and he had dreams that he was a girl and his neighbor (some old dude) loved him,
idk, i just read the beginning and it was disturbing, maybe if i actually read it, it might have been good.

Also my friend told me about the ending of a book she read, and she said some guy put his baby in a frying pan and then hung himself as he watched it burn.
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Posted 3/17/10
for all the dudes saying replies to the perfumes
i already know them so can u stop posting its called perfume
post ur opinions about a book and not mostly just my weird description
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the little prince...
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Posted 3/18/10
La "Philosophie dans le boudoir" by the Marquis de Sade. That book is all kinds of wrong.

Oh and John Dies at the End by David Wong. Its weird and random but really good.

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Posted 3/18/10

TheFighter wrote:

i heard about a book where there was one guy wanted to make the best perfum and there he is doing it.
Near end of the story, he said he make THE One so good that he poured it all on himself and got outside so every1 can smell it.
But then, every1 started to go around him, licking him, every of his body parts and in the end......ate him.......
Because he smelled so good.

When i first heard it, i was like WTF damn idiotic guy and the crowd around him ate him for smelling delicious...


i thought that was a movie....
ive read a lot of books....
but none of them was really actually weird
well,,maybe m for magic by neil gaiman,,though i love his other books
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Ah i know this...i actually saw the movie for it ....i was like WTF for pretty much all of it....have not idea how i sat thru that movie...creepy

hmmm i dont think i've ever read or heard about any weird books...but i'v always thought that the Dr. Seuss books are quite...interesting...and different. I love them though :)

Posted 3/18/10
^ Yeah its Perfume: Story of a Murderer

I thought that was an epic book and movie so gripping! I really like films like that, similar ones with really confusing edge but it all comes together at the end, The Prestige is another book/film like that.
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Posted 3/18/10
A book about angels..I can't recall the title of the book, nor the author =\
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Posted 3/18/10
Anything by Chuck Palahuiuk is pretty strange, but "Haunted" takes the cake. Also, "Betty Blue" by Philippe Djian, about a struggling writers affair with a beautiful schizophrenic woman (it was made into a pretty well know French movie in the mid 80's) and Michael Moorcock's "Elric" novels. On the non fiction side, "Behold a Pale Horse" by William Cooper (crazy conspiracy stuff, he is rumored to be the inspiration for the Lone Gunmen on "The X-Files").
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Posted 3/27/10 , edited 3/27/10
Fahrenheit 451. If any book should ever be burned, this is the perfect one, ironically. >:)

Seriously - I like science fiction, a little bit. I watch Buffy. But walls that can speak? That weird shell he wears in his ear? And that dog, the 'mechanical hound', is totally freaky.

One word to sum it up: bizarre. A totally bizarre book not worth reading. I was forced to read this for jr. high english. But it is literally the stupidest, weirdest book ever written. It's long and painful and difficult to understand.

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Posted 3/27/10
it was a Japanese instructional book on how to eat pussy properly
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Posted 3/27/10

mcvf wrote:


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mcvf wrote:

Coraline

i dont care that the movie isnt scary.

reading it left a lot more room for imagination

book scarred my childhood.

Haven't seen the movie yet.
It looks pretty scary.
How is it?


not any where as scary as the book...

i went to see i at 2pm and was the only one between the age of 16-40.

if your over the age of eight is not that bad.



what it is scary!!! i can't watch it alone!!! it will give you nightmares!!!
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