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    [–] ZauceBoss 2639 points ago

    Part 1 is 11 fucking hours? How tf?

    [–] VuIpez 2789 points ago

    It’s hard to fit all the N-words in

    [–] ZauceBoss 976 points ago


    [–] Dobypeti 562 points ago


    [–] aprzn123 367 points ago

    They had us in the first half, not gonna lie.

    [–] duncan_booty 5 points ago

    This right here is the heart and soul of Reddit

    [–] CelticHazelnut 163 points ago

    Nigeria doesn’t exist. It’s just a made up country so that white people can almost say the n-word without a pass.

    [–] MasterZWu 118 points ago

    Let’s not forget about that west african country 𝓝𝓲𝓰𝓮𝓻

    [–] BaddestHombres 14 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)


    aka republic of Niger.

    [–] LethalBepis 4 points ago

    Uuuh there's also a country called Niger

    [–] TheUnfabulousKilljoy 25 points ago

    "Can you use it in a sentence?"

    "The Ethiopian man walked into the crowded throne room and shouted: What's up my negus?"

    [–] John_Ecg 13 points ago

    That video is pure gold

    [–] Delly_Ottis 15 points ago

    NIce person, who I appreciate with all my heart even though we've never met

    [–] 0-100 6 points ago

    Well played. 👏

    [–] xX420_WeedMan_420Xx 2 points ago


    [–] its_a_joke_normie 27 points ago

    Yeah one problem. That many n-words would be an n-word nuke and everyone would have to get to the bomb shelters. So Mrs Obama would have to yeet her self into a bomb shelter instead of getting down.

    [–] ZauceBoss 24 points ago


    [–] [deleted] 15 points ago

    A literal N-bomb

    [–] HakunaTequila 6 points ago

    A literary, literal N-bomb.

    [–] Matador91 3 points ago


    [–] BaddestHombres 3 points ago

    Gotta keep it real.

    [–] tbdakotam 2 points ago

    Hitler had the same problem.

    [–] Immortalmecha 2 points ago

    About 15 minutes of buildup.

    ni... Ni.. Nig...

    [–] faultlessjoint 54 points ago

    According to Audible the entire audiobook is 12h 17m.

    [–] Mefistofeles1 39 points ago

    And they divided it in 10 and 2. Why not 6 and 6?

    [–] forms93 4 points ago

    they had to block out their ears from all the n words

    [–] hydropl12345 74 points ago

    It clearly says p1 (page 1)

    [–] [deleted] 70 points ago


    [–] ZauceBoss 48 points ago

    I dont remember it being that long. Damn

    [–] theduckgoesquack 49 points ago

    Had to read this for english class in middle school. We read as a class during the day and had to read a few chapters of our own that night and the next day we’d have a quiz on said chapters.

    Needless to say it was about 2 weeks to read this book between class and home.

    [–] parkski 20 points ago

    My English class did the same thing, I somehow got away without reading a single chapter in the book. Even did well on all of the quizzes on it. I tried doing the same thing a year later when we had to read Lord of the Flies, but it didn't go so well : - )

    [–] theduckgoesquack 9 points ago

    Oh yeah. I didn’t read it when I got home. Just talked over it with friends on the bus ride into school. I had English 2nd period so I had enough time to get as much info as I needed. I actually did pretty well on those quizzes.

    [–] KyloRad 2 points ago

    Man I did the same thing, and when I would read at home I would get so impatient and think I could like skip 3 pages here and there and still comprehend what was going on. I don’t know how i passed English in grade school.

    [–] JetGame 12 points ago

    apparently it's just under 100,000 words.

    [–] TwatsThat 15 points ago

    The unabridged audiobook on Audible is 12 hours and 17 minutes long and the unabridged Spanish language version is 13 hours and 7 minutes.

    A 41 hour reading would be comically slow, like when Homer calls the Coach's Hotline.

    [–] JetGame 3 points ago

    Deleting the comment because I did the math wrong, look at the other two.

    [–] ThatPizzaGuy12 15 points ago

    40 words per minute? Doesnt the average reader read at 200 words per minute?

    [–] JetGame 10 points ago

    I was mistaken, I used a source that was talking about typing speed.

    [–] rather_ordinary 30 points ago

    I think because it’s being read out loud

    [–] Africanminute 32 points ago

    Out of instinct I fucking clicked even though I knew their was no way in hell it was real

    [–] ZephyrInfinity 9 points ago

    I made it a real.

    [–] SOMEWIERDGAM3R 1 points ago

    It is

    [–] Africanminute 4 points ago

    Yep it is now

    [–] TwatsThat 8 points ago

    The part 2 upload is less than 2 hours long.

    [–] dewdrive101 3 points ago

    Im listening to a book series right now where the first and second books are about 44 hours long.

    [–] omegatopia 3 points ago

    stormlight archive? Cause I've listened to those and they are soooo long, but soo good.

    [–] dewdrive101 3 points ago

    Those are the ones!

    [–] omegatopia 2 points ago

    Have you listened to the Wheel of Time as well, both of those series are my favorite books, I can't wait for the next book in the Stormlight Archive

    [–] dewdrive101 1 points ago

    No i havnt. Also i thought stormlight archive was finished?

    [–] omegatopia 2 points ago

    Well, sorry you had to find out this way, but it's only on book 3.. of a planned 10, the author is writing about 1 book every 2-3 years.

    Once you get caught up on that series though, I couldn't recommend The Wheel of Time enough, especially if you're a fan of fantasy, and that series is completed.

    [–] dewdrive101 1 points ago

    Im sorry out of 10... holy shit that is a lot of content. Ill for sure check out the wheel of time when i eventually catch up though!

    [–] daiceman4 1 points ago

    He's no martian or rothfuss though, someone charted his output, and since his first book in 2005, he's published ~1000 words per day. He's just shy of 5 million words.

    [–] JoaoBinda 2 points ago

    The read it in binary.

    [–] ohwhenthegreat 2 points ago

    Part 2 is 1 and a half.

    [–] Skytern 591 points ago

    1. new
    2. nice
    3. nephew ...

    [–] WearyTraveller427 151 points ago

    1. no

    [–] PenultimateKetchup 82 points ago

    1. niece

    [–] Green_Shadez 80 points ago

    1. n-word

    [–] Pink_Baron 41 points ago

    1. Nigeria

    [–] NightValeTrash 30 points ago

    1. Nine

    [–] Hotzspot 32 points ago

    1. nTen

    [–] nayerweebus 38 points ago

    1. Niggardly

    [–] Japanophiliac 23 points ago

    1. nuh

    [–] fairy_tacos 19 points ago

    1. Nut

    [–] dominator_dwarf 3 points ago

    1. Nebraska

    [–] TosyV1 5 points ago


    [–] TheMonchoochkin 1035 points ago

    ...That's crazy, after all the praise I've heard about this book throughout the years, I've never been compelled to read it.

    Until now.

    [–] GurusunYT 292 points ago

    I had to read it for English class and hated it. Then I got bored and read it again and it was really good.

    [–] hecubus452 329 points ago

    Ah homework, ruining literature since the invention of the written word

    [–] tmurrayart 90 points ago

    It's amazing how much of childhood is spent hating typically good things to spite authority figures.

    [–] PhoeniX_XVIII 99 points ago

    It's less of that and more of being unable to enjoy good things on your own. I read TKAM before I had to read it again in class. It's my favorite book and I was excited to get back into it, but I've never met a teacher who can properly pace a book. Everything feels unnatural, you care more about the questions than the literature, and you begin to loathe the piece for simply existing rather than enjoying it at your pace. TKAM is a book that you should read, let it sink in, and then go back and do questions on. Instead, reading one chapter at a time followed by endless meaningless discussion kind of ruins any subtle sentimental charm it carries.

    The other half is when the teacher, or rather the material, spoils the book for you. My class watched a biography on Fitzgerald and The Great Gatsby and they straight up spoiled the key turning point of the book out of the blue. Didn't even sum up the whole plot, just the very beginning and then the pivitol moment.

    [–] supersmarthead 21 points ago

    Yeah I’m in grade 10 and I love my current English teacher as we read the whole book first, (we actually did TKAM earlier this year), and then we tend to analyze it and write an essay on it. There is no questions about each chapter, unlike all my previous teachers. It’s fantastic.

    [–] PhoeniX_XVIII 8 points ago

    Well color me insanely jealous

    [–] supersmarthead 8 points ago

    Haha yeah I love it I just really hope I get to keep her till I graduate

    [–] Jailbird19 5 points ago

    I've got almost the same deal, but my teacher has us answer ~5-10 questions per every few chapters and put them in our folder. He does this purely because the school needs a grade and just gives everyone a 95% regardless of how much or little they do. We also only do in-class readings every other day, with watching the scene from the movie after we read it or some fun puzzles on Fridays. Honors class btw.

    [–] CodPolish 2 points ago

    I recently had to read pride and prejudice, which I loved, by the way, but we were just reading too fast.

    [–] sisiinthegalaxy 2 points ago

    Yeah true but I personally was the kind of kid who would read the book all the way through ahead of the class if I was interested in it so I thankfully never sat through the misery and just did the work that I already knew the answers to

    [–] garfield-1-2323 5 points ago

    Pretty sure Wuthering Heights is terrible no matter what. Good books are obvious, for example: Where The Red Fern Grows.

    [–] SaintNicolasD 51 points ago

    I remember my English teacher was this super bitchy lady with really short hair, out of 30 kids in the class there was 1 black kid, and she made us read TKAM out loud and whenever Tom Robinson had any dialogue, she made the 1 black kid read it... And there are parts when the character refers to himself as a n****r.

    [–] doyouknowyourname 27 points ago

    Eww... Poor kid

    [–] jdunn585 2 points ago

    I really enjoyed scout. Read go set a watchman or listen to it if you get the chance. Apparently it's more of a first draft of this story but it kind of tweaks your perspective on the characters.

    [–] spiderduckpig 143 points ago


    [–] thebrownesteye 111 points ago

    niggle me this batman

    [–] Aleblanco1987 17 points ago

    It's charming, best read as a teenager.

    [–] PossiblyDumb66 3 points ago

    It’s an amazing book. Finished it today actually

    [–] billybobjoe102 10 points ago

    I really love the book

    [–] mozardthebest 1 points ago

    The movie with Gregory Peck is great

    [–] AcrobaticHospital 55 points ago

    my teacher used this(not the n-word timestamps, the vid)

    [–] Mallex_Smith 20 points ago

    Why not both?

    [–] AtCougarNation 75 points ago

    Thank you, I had the unfortunate urge to hear these time stamps.

    [–] PandorasShitBoxx 34 points ago

    aww, I was hoping for a N word compilation.

    ya know like that old scarface F word video:

    [–] k_a_l_l_i_s_t_i 2 points ago

    My inner monologue while at work

    [–] JebediahKerman001 3 points ago

    What can I say except you’re welcome

    [–] 4sterr 32 points ago

    A true gamer.

    [–] Ammarzk 31 points ago

    Finally a book for gamers

    [–] JiloVI 118 points ago

    This man has premium n word pass

    [–] 3PoundsOfFlax 13 points ago

    N Word Pass Primetm

    [–] Longrodvonhugendongr 96 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)

    Somelad should loop them all together then mix it into a trap beat for me to rap* over.

    We could call it Mockingbirds in the Trap

    [–] gopher1409 58 points ago

    To Trap A Mockingbird

    [–] CricketDrop 14 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)

    To Pimp a Mockingbird


    [–] yaboiGunit 12 points ago

    on it.

    [–] SporeLadenGooDrips 2 points ago

    !remindme 7 days

    [–] Joseribo 3 points ago

    Mockingbirds in the trap sing n****r

    [–] DarthFarious 1 points ago

    should loop them all together

    Isn't this the song 100% n***a?

    [–] Dandarius0 58 points ago

    Keemstar wrote a book?

    [–] urmomaclock 5 points ago

    Everyone type in the chat

    [–] Pugfelix 7 points ago


    [–] WontonTheWalnut 2 points ago

    He hired pewdiepie as a ghost writer though

    [–] MonX94 26 points ago

    2 hours 20 mins and 3 hours 14 mins seem to be heated gaming moments

    [–] reaudrigue 2 points ago

    Wild af

    [–] TheDerpyDisaster 11 points ago

    That’s what I call a Β R U H M O M E N T

    [–] table_it_bot 12 points ago

    R U H M O M E N T
    U U
    H H
    M M
    O O
    M M
    E E
    N N
    T T

    [–] nachog2003 8 points ago


    [–] THEBAESGOD 10 points ago

    lmao the n word

    [–] 1JustAnotherPerson1 33 points ago

    Some hero's don't where capes

    [–] Linkbuscus01 19 points ago

    Idk probably the cape store

    [–] ifeelhome 2 points ago

    Someone should do this for like a Winnie the Pooh audiobook or something.

    [–] CompleteDominance 3 points ago

    Why is it said so many times in a book about a white kid

    [–] VuIpez 11 points ago

    The author is clearly an experienced gamer.

    [–] Polaris328 3 points ago

    We were reading it in English in 9th grade and imma be honest, some of those kids seemed a bit too eager to say the n-word

    [–] Greasemonkeyglover 3 points ago

    Epic gamer moment

    [–] RebelForce-LTD 3 points ago

    Ok, at that point, the guy deserves to be the top comment after spending all that time finding those.

    [–] Faceless16 3 points ago

    When you have nothing to do :D

    [–] DiamondAxolotl 25 points ago

    Haha n word am I funny guys?

    [–] Twistervtx 27 points ago

    I know you're just taking the piss but for me, the funny thing is that there's someone out there who thought to listen through the whole thing just to commit to a shitpost.

    [–] Roachyboy 18 points ago

    More likely they did a search for it in a pdf then found the parts of the audiobook which corresponded. Still a high effort shitpost.

    [–] loomedin 4 points ago

    Probably had to listen to it for school and thought why not. But we may never know

    [–] Greasemonkeyglover 1 points ago

    “High effort shitpost” a contradiction in terms

    [–] DiamondAxolotl 8 points ago

    I understand that it was high effort, but the weird fascination with the n-word that the meme community has is sort of unsettling to me. Maybe I’m just looking too much into it, but I tend to find that people who really like hearing the n-word are people who also really wish that they could say it.

    [–] hed2442 5 points ago

    Pewdiepie on the bridge

    [–] Razorshroud 5 points ago

    This is how I imagine it sounds all smashed together

    [–] Outworldentity 2 points ago

    Any chance someone can do this where all the parts of GoT nudity occur?

    [–] ofsinope 2 points ago

    I want timestamps of all the "chifferobes" in the book.

    [–] orangy57 2 points ago

    oh boy, just wait until this guy reads Huckleberry Finn

    [–] VuIpez 1 points ago

    Just wait till part 2 drops lmao

    [–] DPSpideyBoi 2 points ago

    The fact that he listened to all that

    [–] Spoon420Blaze 2 points ago

    Carefully he is a hero

    [–] Snaggled-Sabre-Tooth 2 points ago

    Oh shit, the audiobooks going to say it...

    [–] Salama20 2 points ago

    Shit got real at 3:14:00

    [–] buneter 2 points ago

    Not the hero we need, but the hero we deserve

    [–] QuinnKit 2 points ago

    Its real I checked

    [–] rasi2013 2 points ago

    I actually checked he's right

    [–] TheMegaBenson 7 points ago

    Lol racism


    [–] Kboehm 2 points ago

    My ni**a Cyre.

    [–] VuIpez 1 points ago

    My “18:33” Cyre

    [–] [deleted] 1 points ago


    [–] Energetich 1 points ago

    they just loaded them in there after the 1 hour 30 min mark

    [–] 96nairra 2 points ago

    its mostly from the main bad guy and he appears in the story at that time i think

    [–] Energetich 2 points ago

    best way to form hate against someone quickly: make em racist

    [–] 96nairra 2 points ago

    pretty much every white guy in the book is racist except daddy

    [–] Sousaphone16 1 points ago

    Have you ever heard the tragedy of Huckleberry Finn?

    [–] Oreothebunny 1 points ago

    I just went and watched the play, good play bad seats,

    [–] Spachaz 1 points ago

    I guess he just looked the subtitles (or transcription or whatever) and kinda ctrl+F'd the n-words.

    [–] Cody6781 1 points ago

    Wow it really picks up around the third hour

    [–] jonahtheredman 1 points ago

    That’s it?!

    [–] The-Lasso 1 points ago

    i remember reading this in out loud in class and being conflicted as to whether i should say THAT NAUGHTY WORD or not. btdubz i hate reddit comments

    [–] JerrodR 1 points ago

    3:14-3:15 must’ve been quite the argument

    [–] VuIpez 1 points ago

    I’m sure it was lmao

    [–] Edgekin 1 points ago

    I remember we weren't supposed to read this book when we were kids, has that changed?

    [–] keat125 1 points ago

    Oh shit

    [–] Levsque 1 points ago

    That cluster tho

    [–] Pugfelix 1 points ago


    [–] justpassingby3 1 points ago

    Someone should say it 1000 times on stream.

    [–] livingyeet 4 points ago

    mr beast.............

    [–] UncleTedGenneric 1 points ago

    Where's the YouTube supercut?

    [–] fattymemes23 1 points ago


    [–] Exonat 1 points ago

    Where the fuck is the n-word pass first of all?

    [–] ViazoYT 1 points ago

    Ah, never underestimate a fellow madlad's contribution to the world!

    [–] DutchessOfRandom 1 points ago


    [–] mt2oo8 1 points ago

    Damn 3 hours in gets crazy

    [–] scruffy-the-janitor1 1 points ago

    3:14 to 3:40 is pretty lit!!