With Binky’s patented speed reading technique, you could read twice as many books in half the time. Comprehension optional.
I bet reading from the middle in both directions is easier than writing from the middle in both directions.
Is directions easier both than in writing middle from the the from middle reading in bet both I directions.
Yep. Suspicion confirmed.
Well when you put it that way, I guess it is!
Writing from the middle is easier if you use a pencil in each hand and, starting from the center of the page, simultaneously write out in both directions at once.
You’re obviously very intellectual Binky. However one problem of a scientific nature begs an explanation. Does reading one book forwards & reading one backwards affect the time/space continuum so that the reverse storyline actually cancels out the forwards storyline so in theory (or reality depending on your orientation within the quantum physics dimension) you actually get stuck in suspended animation within the aforementioned time/space coordinates within the storyline of the book which could see you arrive unexpectedly on Planet X in search of the shaving cream molecule. A worrisome place to be without a Tardis or the assistance of Duck Dodgers in the 25th & a half century & his eager young Space Cadet Porky Pig. Just wonderin’ that’s all.
That’s an very interesting hypothesis, but in my experience, although I can sometimes get lost while immersed in a pair of good books, the time-space continuum around me remains unaffected. Although hypothetically speaking, I might not notice any such changes if I was locked inside the continuum that was altered.
Some people have in fact accused me of being in my own world, so perhaps there is some truth to it, and it should be investigated further. If this process does somehow put one in a state of suspended animation, it might be a scientific breakthrough.
Although I’m personally not in need of the elusive shaving cream molecule, I certainly wouldn’t mind arriving on Planet X, or any other planet for that matter. And if you have a spare Tardis lying around, I would be happy to test it out for you to ensure it’s working properly.
Ah now I understand, thanks for the clear explanation Binky. I’ll get that Tardis on Fedex as soon as possible…
I’ll be waiting for it!! I promise a thorough report after I compete my testing. Assuming I end up back here.
If you are that smart couldn’t you read two different books at the same time? One for fun and one for knowledge.
The problem with reading two different books at the same time is that the contents of both get all intermingled and then it’s just a confusing mess of funny knowledge.
I think it’s amazingly scary. I’m not sure I could pull this off either. I’d get confused.
Have a terrific day. 🙂
I think most of us would get confused. Well, other than Binky.
Aw, Winky. He’s just trying to shut you up. It’s obvously one of those books that refers you to some previous page and Binky just doesn’t want to lose his place.
Of course, when it comes to Binky, you can never be sure
Yeah, Binky might just be hiding a Rocket Man graphic novel behind one of those books, though he’d never admit it.
Hmm, that makes no sense to me. lol
But i do like your comic.
Made me chuckle
Oh well, I guess you can’t win them all!
IT is always best to get a second oppion.
That’s very true! Even if it hurts.
Wow, serious multitasking.
Binky is a multitasking master.
You’re an ambidextrous reader!
That’s right! Binky’s eyeballs are independently controlled like a chameleon’s.
Nice site ….)
I like to start at the ending and get the suspense outta the way. 🙂
That works, too. Plus you don’t even have to read the rest of the book.
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