[A READER’S LIFE] 5 TOTALLY Weird Things I do as a Reader, Lover, Dragon of BOOKS

(WARNING – It might get a bit dramatic around here. But hey, that’s just how I roll. 😉 )

Books are paperbound dreams that lift you up, up and above everything you know and everything you like to escape from. Soo pretty, soo beautiful – you just want to admire them and hold them near and never let them go. But they are also the cause of many of those weird quirks that we unintentionally and inevitably form.

And I am here to share them with you.

WHY, you ask?

Well, I don’t know about you guys but it’d do me good to know that I am not the only one who does these crazy-ass things.

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I don’t like people going through my shelves. PERIOD

Yes, they can admire those immaculately put, beautifully arranged mighty ones BUT THEY ARE NOT ALLOWED TO TOUCH THEM, TAKE THEM OUT AND START FIDGETING!!! I know, I know, it’s super extreme and hey, I wasn’t like that always, okay?

But something happened once upon a time –

Mumma was showing some distant cousins my books (YEAH THEY WANTED TO SEE THEM BECAUSE ..OBVIOUSLY! *PFFTTTTT*) when one of them wanted to see ”that big, blue one” (and here we are talking about LADY MIDNIGHT by CASSANDRA CLAIRE) She took it out. The little guy held it for a few nanoseconds, got bored, left it lying on my bed and went out. And as she was putting the book back, she totally messed up the corners doing the task in a hurried, haphazard way.





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When I was little, me and my little brother used to sleep in the same room. Our study was in the room adjacent and all my books were there.

One day I heard of a break-in in one of our neighbor’s house,
I WAS SOO FREAKED OUT and NEEDLESS TO SAY that from that day on I slept with ALL of my books tucked around my bed because I was afraid that some vicious fuck llama might steal my babies!!!!


And this is something I still do, by the way.  I NEVER leave my books in the bag whenever I go to stay at my relatives’. I take them out at night, keep them by my bed and the next day, I do it all over again.


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Now, this is the reason behind many of my reading slumps. I get soo sulky after reading a beautiful story that I JUST DON’T WANNA START A NEW BOOK because then all the memories of the one I just finished will be GOONEEE!!!

I feel as if I will lose a part of me. And that’s one of the biggest reasons why I don’t start a new book FOR A REALLY REALLY LONG TIME.

This happened when I first finished reading Harry Potter. I WAS SOO IN LOVEEE WITH EVERYTHING ABOUT THOSE BOOKS THAT I RE-READ THAT SERIES COUNTLESS TIMES before moving on to The Hobbit. and then, what do you know? THE PATTERN REPEATED ITSELF! I was a glutton for them and –


The most recent example of this though is when I read The Snow Child. That book destroyed mee!!

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I am sure you guys can DEFINITELY relate with this one.

I am afraid of watching book adaptations. THE FEAR OF DISAPPOINTMENT IS JUST TOO GREAT. Sure, there are some really good ones out there but whenever I find out that the book I read has been or is going to be made into a movie/series, I get so fucking nervous because a part of me believes that it’s just not going to be good enough.

Case in point, Good Omens. The adaptation came out months ago on Amazon Prime but I kept putting it off till now because I DIDN’T WANT O REPLACE MY PERSONAL IMAGE OF ALL THOSE CHARACTERS AND AMAZING SCENES.

But it was FAAAR from being a disappointment, I am telling you! I ABSOLUTELY ADORED THE SERIES!!! ❤


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Whenever I come across an amazing, heart-wrenching book I don’t want to tell anyone about it. At least not in the beginning.

You see I feel like telling people about it will somehow take the magic away and...then it won’t be as special anymore.

This happened to me recently when I was reading The Night Circus. My friend asked me if I recommended it and I FLAT OUT SAID –


I know that was a horrendous thing to do but I WAS JUST NOT READY TO SHARE MY LOVE WITH HER.

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Whenever I visit my local library, I AM FILLED WITH ENVY BY ALL THE PEOPLE THAT ARE THERE. Like what are you all doing here, you abominable little shits??




I mean I could be browsing in a completely different section but if I see someone else in the next one, picking out gorgeous hardbacks and stroking them, I GET SICK TO MY STOMACH! It’s like hey, my future boyfriend might be in there and you are probing him!

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WHAT ABOUT YOU, HUH? Which of these habits are you guilty of? Can you add to my list of weird little quirks that readers have? WHICH ONE DID YOU FIND THE WEIRDEST? Let me know.

61 thoughts on “[A READER’S LIFE] 5 TOTALLY Weird Things I do as a Reader, Lover, Dragon of BOOKS

  1. ooooooooooh this is me ahhh. I let one of my friends borrow one of my books a few years back and when I got it back, there was a huge FOOTPRINT on the title page. Luckily it wasn’t one of my cleanest/neatest books, but STILL. And there’s people at your library? ahahaha I never see people in the YA section but when I do, they always pick the most disgusting and boring looking books. I don’t understand people. AND THE CORNERS WERE RUINED? ooooooh. No. I accidentally do this to my books sometimes (my hunger games is all scratched because I tried to fit too many books on my shelf- ugh.) I’M SOrRY.

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    1. OH NO!!!!! A FUCKING FOOTPRINT!! DAMN BECK!! I would have KILLED anyone who did that!! (you didn’t though, did you? *gasps*) Well, yeah..there are…and to be honest, most of them are just my friends whom I enjoy spending time with but IN THE LIBRARY I BECOME A WHOLE DIFFERENT PERSON! Plus there is this Spanish library at my institute and its soo beautiful and all the books are soo beautiful I WANNA CRYY AND NOT LET ANYONE NEAR THEM!!1 😦 😦
      Yeahh…and what’s moreis that she didn’t seem to understand THE GRAVITY OF THAT SITUATION!! GODD!! Scratched books feel like…I don’t know….it feels ;like a bit of the magic has been peeled off of the cover, doesn’t it? I don’t know…it just feels off.
      Fitting too many books in too little space, of honey, we have all been there! xD ❤


      1. I don’t know… did I kill someone? (nah it wasn’t a book I particularly loved- it was just a book I had for school BUT if it had been, lets say, a nice hardback, yeah, she’d be dead rn)

        IK IN THE LIBRARY I FEEL SO COMFORTABLE! MORE THAN I DO IN ANY OTHER PUBLIC SITUATION. (oooh wait you have a spanish section? Our other language books/ instructional language books are in one tiny shelf and it is so pitiful :()

        LET THE HATE FLOW THROUGH YOU *gooood gooood* ahahah but you can threaten to make her pay for the next ruined book if that wouldn’t be disrespectful or anything. (but if you paid for it…….)

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      2. Believe me if it was a beautiful hardback, I’d have done the killing of you weren’t feeling up to it! ❤️🤣🤣

        Well, not in that one…I am learning Spanish so at Instituto Cervantes, there is an AMAZING library in different dialects, full of amazing poetry, AND EVERY SINGLE BOOK OF Gabriel Marquez!! IN THE ORIGINAL LANGUAGE OF COURSE BUT OH THOSE EDITIONSSS!’ 😍😍😍 This one time I spent 6 hours there..going from section to section and when I went to the librarian with 6 fat ass books in my hand, she looked at me like I was retarded or something (the limit being 4…🤣🤣) I had to BEG HER to let me take them because we had a break from the next week so…..my Spanish still isn’t THAT perfect but the motivation to read THOSE BOOKS is definitely a great inspiration! 😍

        You know what, I think I AM gonna do it the next time she or anyone does even a single harm to any of my babies. A single scratch and you pay for the next book I buy or something like that..🤣🤣

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      3. I would totally hire you but it was years ago and the thirst for revenge is gone. It was a philosophyish book so I didn’t care as much, but I was still upset aha.

        And A FOUR BOOK LIMIT? at least make it FIVE so it can be a satisfying odd number! I can only imagine how amazing those editions would be.


        And if you enforce the rule, it should work? Make the sign pretty but readable

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      4. Well, ofCOURSE you’re ere upset, babe! A book is a book is a book. No justifications are acceptable! 🤣

        Yeah, it’s a four book limit (which I too think is a real crappy number to stop at) but it’s because they also lend audiobooks and movies and all sorts so yeah..they try to make it…well…manageable, I guess? Don’t know…

        Oooohhh! I am gonna do that now! Pretty but threatening..OOOHHHH! I AM SO GONNA DO THAT! 🤣


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    1. SERIOUSLY! And even though sometimes it seems like the adaptation might actually be good, I just don’t feel like taking chances and ruining the whole experience with the book, you know!


    1. Well, it sounds like a fucking nightmare then! 🤣🤣 But in mine, it always seems like a fest or something because…just too many people and I feel jealous for all the books that THEY are taking home and I am not! Haha…but hey…it’s fine…🤣

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  2. This is such a fun post, thanks for sharing your bookish habits. 😉 I recognise not wanting to start a new book, when I’ve finished one I really love. It is nice to ponder about it for a couple of days and enjoy the memories before starting a new one.

    Glad you enjoyed the Good Omens show. I haven’t watched it either. Like you, I loved the book and can’t see how the show can live up to it. But perhaps I should give it a chance.

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    1. EXACTLY! I too wanna simmer in all those experiences I shared with the characters for at least a few days (sometimes weeks) before moving on.

      I was TOTALLY in denial about the same…that there is no way that all of that wit and sarcasm and genius can be crammed into a tv show but…to be honest, THEY HAVE! And it’s real good. (Still not as good as the book, nothing can be but worth watching, in my opinion.) 😊😊❤️

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  3. Wow, you truly are protective of your books! I can relate to not wanting people to touch my shelves – mostly because they always put things back in the wrong place and mess up my organization 🙄 And I’m totally the same way about adaptations of the books I love. I’m so glad you liked Good Omens, though – I loved it too! ❤

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      Well, you know you should also give the tv series a try. I was in doubts, as I mentioned, about whether the producers would be able to catch that…sarcastic, funny and witty spirit of Gaiman and Pratchett’s writing but they seem to have done EXACTLY that and so much more! I totally recommend it! Le me know when/if you watch it..I would love to know your thoughts on it.


    1. Hahahha!! 🤣🤣 NOW THATS THE SPIRIT!! WELL DONE YOUU! You have no idea how happy it makes me that some of them were saved. Well, in a way ALL of them were going to be sort of ‘reincarnated’ but still…😊😊🎉

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  4. OMG The story of when you were little and slept with all of your books in fear they might get stolen is the cutest thing on the internet!
    THIS is the first time I come across a list of things readers do that actually feels unique and personal to the creator, you in this case hehe. I loved it!
    AAAAAAAAAND I have to admit that I agree with the fear of watching movie adaptations, and people touching my bookshelves. Not so much my mom, but whenever I have people over and they start flipping through my books and reading my annotations or asking me why I have post-its all over my favorite books I SEE RED

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    1. Hahahah!! You know what? My mom and dad used to make fun of this little habit of mine..🤣🤣 But I never really stopped. 🤣🤣❤️❤️

      I would have come up with more things I ACTUALLY DO IRL…maybe I will..i don’t know…but some are just too embarrassing (got me in a few really weird situations 🤣🤣 will tell you sometime..🤣🤣😘😘)

      Right!?? Trying to come to a decision about whether or not to watch adaptations gives me nightmares HAHHAAH!!! 🤣🤣🤣

      Ohhh…that’s a real fear, that one..people reading personal ideas and comments about books I have read..*shudders* A BIG NOPEEEE!! 🤣🤣


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      1. hahaha if you do end up coming up with more things yo do I’ll be right there with you.

        I hate, hate, hate when they read my annotatinos, but I also don’t know how to politely tell them to back off.. Yes, it is Leyre, a bit weird I know.. THANK YOU FOR COMMENTING

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        And hon, when it comes to your books, politely doesn’t cut it. Whatever you do, do it with a vengeance soo convincing that from the next time they know better than to go about fidgeting with things they don’t understand. 😎😎❤️❤️

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    1. Hahah!! Now just imagine how I must have been feeling at that time…there is a NUMBER of ways it could have went down for even worse while the book was in the child’s hand…god, that was a scary day. *shudders at the memory* 🤣🤣🤣🤣


    1. I used to share too but then…one of my friends just outright kept it! THE NERVE! Stopped sharing from then on. 🤣🤣 It’s better to just be called ‘rude’ and say no rather than giving them out and then worrying what might be happening..🤣🤣


  5. Hahahahaha, we love the drama!

    There’s this classic Filipino book called Noli Me Tángere, which translates to “touch me not”, and I think it’s perfect place would be on your bookshelf 😂. And OH MY GOSH you have taken bookworm to a whole new meaning by cocooning yourself in books at night HAHAHA. (do you… ever read bedtime stories to your books?)

    Ughhhh, another reason to read Good Omens. Do you watch Doctor Who? Because I didn’t know that David Tenant was in Good Omens until recently, so now I NEED to watch it for him.

    Also, I completely relate to the crowded library thing 🙆🏻‍♀️. I’m always so surprised that there’s people? at the library?? like I thought people don’t read anymore, so why are they all here??

    This post was so fun to read, R A I N!! It had me snickering the whole time 😂❤️.

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    1. I just searched for it and hey…it’s in Spanish!?!? DEFINITELY WENT ON MY TBR for when I will have mastered the language! 😎😎😎🤣🤣

      WHOAA!! I hadn’t thought of it from that angle…🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Makes soo much sense…🤣🤣 🐛 And well…not really but I have this habit of sleeping with the book I am currently reading under my pillow or sometimes using it as a pillow…🤣❤️

      No…not yet…but when I used to watch Sherlock, there used to be soo soo SOOOOO many (TOO DAMN MANYYY) memes about SUPERWHOLOCK….and all…THATS how I discovered Supernatural and Doctor Who in the first place and while I started watching Supernatural right away, I am yet to catch up on Doctor Who..I will…SOOON! BUT HEYYYY! SUPERNATURAL IS LIFEEEE!! You watch it? 😍😍😍❤️❤️❤️❤️ And arent There books on Doctor Who as well? Should I read them before starting the series or what?
      And SERIOUSLY! YOU NEED TO READ THE BOOK AND THEN WATCH THE SHOWWW!! I am gonna keep pestering you until you do! 🤣🤣😎😎

      SERIOUSLYYY!! Libraries become #personal sooo quick that anyone else who enters is and shall always be seen as THE ENEMY 👿👿

      Hahahha…thank you soo sooo much, Belle! I am glad you enjoyed it! ❤️❤️

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      1. Oh yeah, the author is some Filipino hero who knew a bunch of languages—including the language of the /then/ colonizers 😂. That’s so cool that you’re learning Spanish though! I’ve actually never read the book, but it must be good if it’s a classic!

        Sherlock and Supernatural!! The Superwholock memes were how I got into those two shows after starting Doctor Who! That era makes me so nostalgic 😢. But… I also can’t remember a lot of it?? I was watching too much TV 😅. My favorite episode of Supernatural was the Groundhog Day one where Dean kept dying over and over 😂. You should definitely watch Doctor Who though! I’ve never read the books, but ~ I think ~ they’re basically transcriptions of the TV episodes, so you’re better off just watching the series. And start with the Christopher Eccleston doctor! I’ll keep pestering you to watch Doctor Who until I read Good Omens 😂💁🏻‍♀️.

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      2. Oh, ho-ney, some classics are a real pain in the ass, I am TELLING YOU!! 🤣🤣🤣

        Mee tooooo! I was still in high school and used to binge Sherlock and Supernatural ALL DAY LONGG!GODD THOSE MEMORIES! 😍 And I also used to read WAYYYYY too many fanfics at that time you know..🤣🤣 You name a website dedicated to fanfic and I have my account on it! 🤣🤣🤣


        Well okieee then, the next series Is tart watching (after finishing my re-watch of Supernatural 🤣) will be Doctor Who! 😍😍❤️❤️

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  6. OOOO I think it’s so interesting that you’re wary of movie adapations because I always get SO EXCITED when some of my favorite books get turned into movies. I think part of me accepts the fact that it’s never going to be 100% accurate, but I’m always really interested to see how they make it unique. and YES!! I’m also in love with my local library, especially since I can borrow digital books too ❤ 🙂

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    1. Well…you know what, you are absolutely right that I just have to make peace with the fact that movies are always going to be lesser than their respective books…aaanddd you know what? I do that but it takes me faaarrrr more time than any average person to convince myself that it’s not going to be as bad as all that, you know..🤣🤣🤣
      But yeah, I NEED TO GET OVER IT NOW! 🤣🤣 It’s been keeping me from enjoying many great adaptations! 😭😭😭😭😭

      OoooOooO!! Digital books too!?? 😍😍😍 THATS AMAZINGG! I AM SOOO JEALOUS OF YOU RIGHT NOWW!! 😡😡🤣🤣

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  7. Haha, I laughed a lot while reading your post (not in a mean way, though!), and 1000% related to some of the things you mentioned. I definitely have gotten into reading slumps, because a book was just SO GOOD that nothing else was capturing my interest afterwards. I’m actually really fine with people touching my books, and even borrowing them… as long as it’s clear to them that I’ll murder them if they hurt my babies 🤣. I’ve had some bad experiences with letting the wrong people borrow my books, so I’m careful – but friends I’ve known for a while are generally fine. 🙂 Great post! 🙂

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    1. Haha haha…SOO GLAD THAT YOU CAN RELATE WITH THE READING SLUMP PART BECAUSE HONESTLY, IT IS SOOO FUCKING ANNOYINGGG!! (pardon my loud thoughts…I just have soo much to say 🤣🤣) And I forgot to add the fact that IT FEELS LIKE I WILL BE BETRAYING THEM IF I MOVED ON WITH ANOTHER BOOK TOO SOON! It almost feels like a fucking breakup! 😭😭😭

      Hey, BORDOWING IS A BIG NO NO FOR ME! Even my friends… A BIG NOPE!! I forgot to add it here but once I gave one of my PRIZED addition of fairy tales to my cousin sister and she took out some of the 3D illustrations…literally tore them away…..okay yeah she couldn’t have been more than 8 years old but THAT’S NO EXCUSE! 😡😡 Since then, I HAVE STOPPPED GIVING BOOKS TO ANYONE!

      Well, at least you have made it clear the peril they will be in if they try anything UNTOWARD with your babies AND THATS IMPORTANT! To quote Dowager Countess @ Downton Abbey, “Sometimes it’s good to rule by fear” 😎😎🤣🤣

      Thank you soo much, Veronica! I am glad you enjoyed it! AND THANK YOUUU for your amazing comment! Made my day!’ ❤️❤️

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  8. Hahaha this is so funny! I don’t really get such a protective feeling you have when it comes to library books, but I do get a little jealous when I see some stranger reading my favourite book… a part of me feels like NO! It’s MY favourite book first!!!

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    1. 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 Glad I made you smile! 😍😍❤️❤️

      HEYYY!! SAAAAMEEEE! This one time I saw a girl reading Wuthering Heights and I GOT SOO FUCKING JEALOUS!!! I wanted to snatch it from her hands…because..HEY! ONLY I GET TO READ, LOVE, AND WORSHIP IT! NO BODY ELSEEE!! 😡😡🤣🤣

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  9. Great post, had me in stitches, f*** llama dear oh dear I pity the fool who dog ears one of your books.! I can’t claim the same passion for books, but oh there contents! I have a shrine built of Frank Herbert books that I make sacrifices to nightly, in the desperate hope that the new cinematic effort might do his work justice. Another one to add to your list – when you finally do share a book the means the world to you and they don’t get it for some reason. They are the ones that I sacrifice 😉

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    1. Hahahah!! I am glad you enjoyed it! 🤣🤣🤣 HEYY!! NO ONE NO ONE DOG-EARS my books! NO FUCKING ONE!! 😡😡😡😡

      Woohoo! THATS THE WAY TO DO IT, Chris! 🤣🤣😍 And Frank Herbert? I have heard of him but never dared to read any of his books…but damn your devotion makes me wanna read it ASAP!! Which one do you recommend I start with??!? TELL MEEE…

      THIS!! I CANNOT BELIEVE THIS ONE DIDN’T COME TO MY MIND! GOD! There is nothing more frustrating than when people fail to understand and appreciate the SHEER BEAUTY of your favorite book! GAAAAHHHHH!! SOOO IRRITATINGGG!! And YES, THE DESERVE TO BE SACRIFICED, stupid shits! 😡😡🤣🤣

      Your comment totally made my dayy! THANK YOU SOOO MUCHHH!! ❤️❤️

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  10. Ohhh so relatable. I don’t let a lot of people touch my books and I don’t really share them with anyone, except with my sister, I feel like others will just be careless with them and it makes me SO MAD just to think about it haha. And I 200% get you about movie and tv adaptations, I’m so, so nervous whenever they announce it, because I’m always scared they will ruin it all haha.
    Loved this post! 🙂

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    1. EXACTLY! It’s like….they MAY be good people and MAY BE able to take care of things but I AM BETTER! You know? 🤣🤣

      There are sooo many movies I haven’t watched due to this reason, you know. The fear is too strong about this you know..😱😱😱😱

      Here’s to hoping that one day we will overcome it. 🤣

      THANKSSS FOR YOUR COMMENT, Marie! You always make my day! ❤️❤️❤️❤️

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  11. I’m always in two mind about TV and film adaptations; I’m always excited for them, as they can bring the books you love some more much needed attention, but I do worry about them not being good enough.
    I don’t get jealous of people in the library as a whole but I do get annoyed when I go into the YA section and they have people who have been expelled from school being taught there. Like hello I want to look at these books but now I feel like I’m intruding and you’re sat right in front of the shelf I want to look at -_- I don’t understand why they don’t go in a meeting room or cafe somewhere

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    1. Saaaaameee!! You know when I read Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, I fell soo deeply in looveee with them, the setting, the characters that I JUST COULDNT take the chance of watching the movies for a really looong time! I am awfully glad I did though because WOWW!! The movies captured every little intricacy of the books beautifully! 😍😍❤️❤️ So I reckon there are downsides of this gripping fear too…because I think that maybe I am missing out on a lot of good movies, you know…God it’s frustrating to be a reader! 🤣🤣
      Wow, must be super annoying!! A version of the same happens with me when people sit in the library with their laptops opened and their chargers everywhere…like…covering the whole fucking desk! WHATS THAT ALL ABOUT?! 😡 AAAANNND then there are those 10000000% annoying girls giggling and talking about every topic under the sun EXCEPT books! 😡😡😡 GO TO SOMEPLACE ELSE, YOU SHITFACES!! 😡😡😡😡🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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      1. I’ve only seen the movies for those but I did enjoy them. And actually I still need to watch the Hobbit, no idea how I haven’t yet. There are some fantastic adaptations out there though. It’s just a shame that there are some terrible ones too.
        Oh wow that must be annoying. I haven’t noticed that so much at mine but then there’s a Costa two minutes away so I expect all of those people go there instead 😅

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      2. WHATTT!?? Girl, YOU NEED TO WATCH THE HOBBIT TRILOGY TOO! You will absolutely ADORE Bilbo!! 😍😍❤️❤️
        And TRUEE! It’s BECAUSE of those terrible ones that I have become wary of watching even the ones that everyone claim are absolutely fantastic!

        IT IS! IT ISS! And they JUST DONT BUDGE! Stay there for HOURS..not reading a single page of the miserable books they pick out! ALL I CAN THINK ABOUT IT BASH THEIR HEADS IN THE SAME PHONES THAT THEY KEEP STARING AT! 🤣🤣🤣 and your re lucky (wishing it stays that way) if you haven’t had to endure that! 🤣❤️

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      3. I think everytime that I notice it’s on its already halfway through 😅 but I’ll keep an eye out for it.
        I can understand that. I usually end up watching them, although I did give up on a few quite quickly.

        Aww I’m so sorry to hear that. It must be so frustrating. Is it quieter in the summer when people are more likely to be outside of not?

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      4. Its only quieter if you go there before afternoon because after that all kinds of stupid people start showing their faces, hahahah! 🤣🤣🤣🤣 I enjoy some, I loathe some…🤣

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  12. Hahahaha I totally learned a lot about you through this post! It’s funny that you forbid people touching your library, I actually like when people play around with my books and show interest in them since I find myself with very little friends who love books as much as I do and when they are intrigued, I’m quite happy hahahh I do agree that show/movie adaptations are tricky and they often end up disappointing, although it’s not always the case, and a lot of them just give us a new take on the source material. 😀

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    1. Well, now that you say it, yes, it’s actually nice when people do take an interest in the same things as I do BUT YOU KNOW HOW SOME OF THOSE IGNORANT SHITS AREE! First, they treat my books casually + they think it’s acceptable to borrow them and then NOT return them on time + THE FACT THAT WHEN THEY DO RETURN the pages are spoiled and the spine is broken!! THE HORROR! This happened to me a couple of times…and then I JUST GOT….WELL NOW I HATE THEM ALL! 😡😡

      Yep, adaptations are the trickiest and I HATE IT when they don’t do justice to the books and sway from the plot….now THAT hurts! But yes, I agree with the fact that some of them are quite cleverly and beautifully directed…and it’s a treat to watch them! ❤️❤️❤️
      But you know what, thinking about them the way you do, Lashaan – being open to different ways the plot can be moulded and managed artfully – I think I am going to go easier on the adaptations while judging them from now on. 😉😊😊❤️❤️❤️

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  13. HAHAHA omg this post is my fave thing EVERRRRR!!! Also I can’t believe your own mum did that?!? I don’t think anyone has dared touch my books unless I’ve invited them to & when I lend books to my sister she brings them to school bubble wrapped bc she knows how much trouble she’ll be in if she ruins them 😂

    I totally understand the book adaptation thing as well – there have been so many times I read a book before checking out the adaptation then got cold feet after finishing the book & bailed on the adaptation 😂

    💛 Ngoc

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    1. I KNOW RIGHT!?!! The sense of betrayal was SOO STRONG with that incident I AM TELLING YOUU!! 😡😡

      Damn right!! SOMETIMES ITS GOOD TO RULE BY FEAR!! 😉😉😘😘😘

      EXACTLY! There are soo many bad ones out there that I am not apprehensive whenever someone suggests me an adaptation. Some of them are REALLLYY good too so guess I have been missing out on a lot of really great movies and THIS MAKES ME SAD!! 😭😭😭

      I AM SOOO GLAD YOU LIKED THE POST!!! 😍😍❤️❤️ Your comment made my day!!

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