Do you fold the page where you stop reading a book?

@lixiaos77 (1030)
Shijiazhuang, China
August 15, 2008 12:39am CST
I did fold the page where I stop reading a book many years ago. But I will never do it again. I can bear in mind the page and I needn't to fold the page. And I want to keep the book in good condition. A good read should love the book. Do you fold the page where you stop reading.
4 responses
@guybrush (4660)
• Australia
15 Aug 08
I'd never do this, and it drives me mad when other people do it! I use a bookmark - and if I don't have one of those handy, I use a leaf, or a comb or a tissue, or anything else that's to hand. Last week when my daughter was visiting she borrowed one of my books, and I was horrified to see her bending back the corner of the page - GRRRR!
@bunzor (303)
15 Aug 08
I'm the same, I'll grab anything to hand that's fairly flat and use that if I don't have a bookmark with me!
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@guybrush (4660)
• Australia
20 Aug 08
Thank you for the best response!
@lixiaos77 (1030)
• Shijiazhuang, China
20 Aug 08
Your response is really good.
@dani27 (545)
• United States
15 Aug 08
I use to when I was younger but now I do not. I guess now that I buy my own books and not my parents anymore. I just use a bookmark because I like my books to stay looking nice.
• Philippines
15 Aug 08
I dont do that.. I want the book to be in good condition too.. but I do highlight and write on the pages using colored cute pens so it would still look good... instead of folding the pages, I use markers..
@alokn99 (5717)
• India
15 Aug 08
I would do that a few years ago. It started to spoil the condition of the book. Further there are some bokks that I read often, then I would get confused with the multipme folds. I stopped it then and use a book mark. It makes it so much more simpler.