The book is an archaic, paper based format in which many websites used to be printed before the internet was invented. It is noted for its lack of hyperlinks, annoying natural "wear and tear" and enormous ink consumption. Indeed, the Great Ink Shortage of 1674 was a result of mass book writing amongst the world's general population and intangible monsters.
George Hamburg explained that:
|...the book is a curious item which, though often larger and more weighty than a mobile phone or Blackberry, was the primary method of communication in the 20th Century.|
Thankfully, Charles Dickens invented the pomcuter in 1879 meaning people no longer
had to put up wid dis crap wanted to use books. With this invention, the idea of books burned out like something that burns out quickly. Er, what I mean is that people soon forgot about them while driving around looking for the lowest price on a Mac computer.
However, a grim reunion in 1987 between a man and his written diary brought a momentary remembrance of books, pencils, and paper into peoples' minds, but once the latest version of Windows was released everyone once again forgot.
 Famous books
- Encyclopedia Britannica.com
- Book Rogers - recently sold at an Internet auction for 50p ($6)
- The Sunday Times - popular primitive plate, observed in photographs of chip shops
 The Amish
The Amish people are the only remaining people on the planet who would select to use a book over some form of electronic device, let alone actually use one without having a gun being pointed to their heads. This can be associated with the fact that the Amish hate technology and are therefore spawn of the devil.
When asked why they refuse to use technology and electricity, an Amish man was quoted saying (our reporters were forced to use pencil and paper so the Amish would not run away in terror), "Well, the whole story behind that is... wait, is the a miniature microphone on your collar!? I'm out of here!"
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