This is how my to-read pile feels like. Always.
(If you know who took this photo, let me know so I can give proper credit. I found it here.)
Very true. Although it’s equally as true that when I read an account of a life in which everyone is inexplicably mean to a faultless narrator, I start to wonder about how well the narrator actually perceives the world about them…
by Tom Gauld
If you don’t get it: Jonathan Franzen: what’s wrong with the modern world
(by Jim Benton)
Sportsplague (by Tom Gauld)
Haruki Murakami Bingo (by Grant Snider)