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Vile Lint End

Like all books the pages of this one are composed of lint.
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At first the readers do not notice that the pages of this book are unlike any other. However, as the readers progress they notices that the sheets become more coarse and ragged, but still continues reading. These become thicker and spongier until the last page can be used to absorb their tears or other possible fluids when they have to return once again to the library.

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rcarty, Nov 11 2014

Baked http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cotton_paper
[MechE, Nov 11 2014]

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       No relation to that famous Gauteng resthome, "Veldt Lie Inn", or my local vicar trying to jazz up the Easter services, "I'd Liven Lent".   

       Egads, the anagram engine has me as "Ballsier Moron"...oblique flattery
not_morrison_rm, Nov 11 2014
  

       I don't understand this idea, but it does make me want to write a book where the pages get harder and harder to read as you get towards the end, until in the last few pages the story becomes completely unreadable and that's it. Online forums would go nuts trying to analyze and improve the text to figure out how it ended.
DIYMatt, Nov 11 2014
  

       There is a thriving industry of instrument-repairers specialising in bowed stringed instruments.
pocmloc, Nov 11 2014
  

       I'm disposed to like this idea [+].
pertinax, Nov 12 2014
  
      
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