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I usually scan the whole issue to see what I will like. Then start at the letters pages to see what people are writing about.
Then usually read every article in order front to back.

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Depends on the magazine and the situation. If I'm at the doc's office I will read only certain articles in order of interest.

At home, I'll read it cover to cover.
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Strangely enough, I flip through them from back to front and read articles as they catch my eye. :shrug:
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I look for the pictorials first, then read the ribauld comics---- :?

If only they were in braille :D
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you mean the centerfolds?
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you mean the centerfolds?
ahhh- yeah
clear as mud--as per usual :D
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Cover to cover, though i skip any article that doesn't seem interesting to me.
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Same here. Are you left handed? I read somewhere that people who are left handed are prone to read magazines that way.
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Are you still reading magazines, people? :) You can always find anything useful and not on the Internet, so don't even bother yourself with reading them.

Although, I must admit, I still like their glossy pages and their smell. :) 

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Scan the whole thing quick and then go back and read articles in the order of interest.
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That would be me too. And for some reason, I like the editor's columns most of the time too.
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backwards.

and i thought i was the only one. i always start with the back cover. :umno:
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That would be me too. And for some reason, I like the editor's columns most of the time too.
:1:
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:1:
I figured you would be a skip-to-the-end type of guy
Only because you once expressed displeasure at those of us who read ahead to figure out how a novel ends before we're done reading it. :wiggle:
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front to back, reading those articles that catch my eye
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