Stairway to Heaven
Addiction is a big problem for a lot of people. It starts at a vulnerable age with a copy of Tom's Secret Garden recommended by a kindly librarian. You move on to Just William and The Ghost of Thomas Kempe and before long you are in real trouble, your whole adult life blighted. So if you are the sort of person who gets caught hiding hardbacks in your hair, taking them out for a quick furtive read at public events, or if you are constantly on the run from the paperazzi* and people keep trying to make you go to rehab (or even a charity shop with a huge box of duplicates) this might just be a short-term answer: hide the books in the stairs. Honestly I am tempted to go through the hell that is building a loft extension just to be able to do this (surly nod of appreciation to Boing Boing):
Here's the link again.
*You see what I did there?
Posted by Chris Routledge
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