Five Ways To Tell If You’re a Bookworm

kim kardashian

In this day and age 20-something bookworms are hard to come by. What with Netflix, iPhones and DVD players, reading books has been skirted off and has taken a back burner to newer technologies. There are, however, a few loyal bookworms that still exist. Whether or not these people know their bookworms is a different story; it may be hard to realize it since few people are anymore. Unsure? Take a look at these five traits that are true of a real bookworm.

1) You love Barnes and Noble

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Via Book Riot

Every bookworm gets over excited about a simple trip to Barnes and Noble. All those books in one place? Novels plus Starbucks is basically equivalent to any bookworm’s heaven.

2) You always have a new book to read

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Via Teo Studios

Reading books is a thrilling activity for any bookworm. While most people find it hard to get into a novel, bookworms always have an idea of what they’re going to read next. They go through books like your dog goes through treats (way too fast).

3) You refuse to see a movie until you’ve read the book

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Via Pinterest/BuzzFeed

In the mind of a bookworm, the movie never compares to the book. She knew who Albus Dumbledore was before Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone came out, and she refused to see Divergent until the she finished every book in the trilogy (it’s only natural).

4) You frequently get “book hangovers”

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Via Tre Sugar

Bookworms are constantly thinking about the plot of the latest novel they’ve been enjoying. They have a difficult time staying in the present because they are always considering the lives of the fictional characters in their novels. Bookworms also experience “book hangovers,” aka they have a hard time starting a new book because they can’t stop speculating about the novel they just finished.

5) You feel elated when you’re friend lets you borrow a book

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Via All That’s Good

Books are expensive, and when a bookworm finds out her friend has that one novel she’s been dying to read, it’s Christmas morning all over again. If you get unusually excited over borrowing a book, it may be time to admit your reading addiction. The first step is admitting it; the seconds step is acceptance.

 

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