POPSUGAR Love You Don't Need Permission To You Don't Need Permission To . . . You Don't Need Permission To . . . by DearSugar 1/21/09 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Follow us on Pinterest . . . hurry through the end of a book that’s not compelling. Source Read More You Don't Need Permission ToLove And Sex POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter Personalize Food Home Vegetarian Tech Love and Sex DIY Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. ally14 6 years Ha, I used to do this a lot during English class in high school. Why did teachers choose such uninteresting books??!?! ally14 6 years Ha, I used to do this a lot during English class in high school. Why did teachers choose such uninteresting books??!?! heatherhas 6 years Haha. I have this weird habit that I read the last paragraph(s) of the book to find out whether it is good. I guess, if the writer can close on a strong note then odds are it will be a decent book. jessr1214 6 years i also feel bad quitting books halfway through...i will struggle and b*tch and moan about them but i will finish! definitely hurried through some though. there are only a handful i just had to give up on. candace87 6 years I've only had a few books I REALLY didn't like. I did this for only one of them, and the rest I just stopped reading because they were too awful to get through. aka-Daria 6 years i'm not much of a reader, part way through it i end up just reading the last page. Why? I'm not sure..but there you go... neonbee 6 years I'm with popgoes... I don't like the book "Madame Bovary", but since I already started reading it, I'm just reading it quickly to get over it. aimeeb 6 years If I didn't like it why would I keep reading? popgoestheworld 6 years I am one of those people who has to finish a book once I've started it. So I occasionally end up hurrying through the end of books. Not too often though!