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  • Jena' Leake

    What you read when you don't have to determines what you will be when you can't help it. Oscar Wilde. Then I'm totally going to be a kick ass vampire bounty hunter/assassin. Awesomesauce.

  • Suede Spokes

    Oscar Wild #quote #reading #books

  • Maraika Rockwood

    I read books about crazy people........

  • Emily Flynn

    Oscar Wilde reading quotes

  • Jessica Parkes

    For book lovers. Another wonderful reading quote!

  • Nicki Clay

    Oscar Wilde- don't think this is entirely true but food for thought nonetheless

  • Mighty Kids Media

    Every word counts. #quote #oscarwilde #reading #books

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