The lazy persons way to do a book report, study for a test, or do a project without...acually reading the book.
Designed for: Kids who sleep, annoying kids, hung-over college students, Super-seniors, and everyone else who thinks reading is gay.
Kid 1(on instant messanger): God im finally done with that fucking book and the book report, Rose of Sharon is a stinky hoe.
Kid 2(on Instant messanger): Oh shit i gotta finish that
::10 minutes later::
Kid 1(on Instant messanger): Give up?
Kid 2(on Instant messanger): Fuck no i used Sparknotes
mankind's greatest invention. summarizes boring books high school students have to read, in little paragrpahs for every chapter. you can still get the idea of what the book's about without spending countless hours reading the damn thing.
also avilable for subjects such as history, math, science, chemistry, government, etc.
Oh fuck. I have a test on Macbeth tomorrow. Sparknotes to the rescue!
Not necessarily a tool for the slackers. People who have read the actual book can also use it to get grounds for their ideas, see important themes missed, and get aquinted with the public opinion; so that by the time of the actual test, one's opinion is supported, strong, ellaborative and analytical.
Besides, it's written in good English and is proven to be surprisingly reliable; with the exeption of some trivial tries for 'abstract' thought wandering, which could be easily spotted, anyhow.
Why wikipedia when you have SparkNotes?
Why get a B when you have SparkNotes?
a gift to man from On High! a way for every lazy high schooler to get the jist of nearly any book while letting the gay kids actually go through the trouble of reading a book all the way through...
don't use Sparknotes if you think Starbucks is a cool place to hang out or you're a guy and like it in the pooper...
read Gulliver's Travels by tomorow? fuck that I've got xBox to play...I'll just Sparknote it...
this is Sparknotes...this is beer...
mankind's greatest invention. summarizes boring books high school students have to read in little paragrpahs for every chapter (or act, if its a play), you can rerad the enitre book in less than half hour, get the idea of what it's about, pass the test, and not waste time actually reading the book.
also offers study guides for other subjects, such as math, history, science, etc.
Oh shit. I have a test on Macbeth tomorrow. Sparknotes to the rescue!
A website that enables one who read the book to further enhance their understanding of said book. This website helps us to... ah who am I kidding?
Sparknotes is man's best friend. Hell, it helped man graduate from high school.
Everyone uses it. Everyone loves it. 'nuff said.
Person 1: Hey man, you ready for the Huckleberry Finn test tomorrow?
Person 2: Aw shit man, I completely forgot about that! I didn't even start reading!
-10 minutes later-
Person 2: Hell yeah! I'm gonna rape that test tomorrow! ILOVEYOU SPARKNOTES!