The question that everyone was asked this week was:
What would you prefer: reading your favourite book over and over again until you got sick of it OR reading 100s of mediocre books? Why?
I wouldn't really enjoy either, but I would certainly choose to read 100s of mediocre books rather than the same book over and over again. It's very rare that I ever read a book more than once, simply because I would already know what is happening and it wouldn't be as exciting for me. I would hate to have to read my favourite book repeatedly because, although I'd probably discover some new things, at some point I would get sick of it and ruin what the book once was for me.
Sure, mediocre books aren't very exciting, but at least I'd be getting some variety and some new ideas in my head. I think that sometimes it's up to your imagination to do some work for itself, and even with mediocre books, if I was forced to read them, I think I could make them a little more enjoyable for myself.