I mean, Poe's Law is really clouding the water on this one, but the shirts they sell seem a little too ridiculous to me.
If you like eating sourdough bread, the really chewy kind that's almost too hard, but still edible, but it really takes a lot of effort to chew and you eat it and enjoy it but while you're eating it you're thinking maybe this bread is just a tad too hard to chew, but then you're not sure if it would be more or less enjoyable if it was a little bit softer, and maybe it would actually be less enjoyable if it wasn't so hard to eat and you worry about getting those little cuts in your mouth from the hard crust, the little cuts that smart a bit, but just for a while, and then you forget about them because your mouth heals so quickly, then maybe you would enjoy that book.
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