I’ve been trying to find the original author of this piece and I’ve been unsuccessful so far. It’s a hilarious allegory to the current ACA aka Obamacare hoopla.
So, Imagine that the company you work for held a poll, and asked everyone if they…
If you’re a self-proclaimed bookworm (or a bibliophile in denial), you can probably relate to these 17 problems.
Pretty much everything, except for 6 and 15. I mean come on, how can I possibly forget to eat? IT’S FOOD.
Number 7 would really be how I reacted on Fred Weasley’s death. Same for The Fault in Our Starts, except in the latter, I really had to stop reading for a while because I was so shocked. I mean, I saw it coming, I was just not expecting the death to be dropped like that.
As for number 10, I do read ahead so no one an actually spoil me. However, I never read ahead on the Fault in Our Stars.
And oh God, number 11. I just can’t leave the bookstore without a new book. And I still have 3 reads to finish, yet I already bought a new one just a few days ago. I don’t have a lot time to read anymore because I have to study for law school. I still read, not novels though, just laws.
Now, I am still trying to figure out whether any of my friends borrowed my “Seriously… I’m Kidding” cause I can’t find it, though I don’t remember lending it to anyone. So I bought another one.
I also bought “Veronika decides to die” a year ago, when in fact I already it when I was in high school and I’m on graduate school now.
Number 12 and 13 doesn’t apply to me as well, because 1) Not a lot of my friends are book lovers and 2) I simply don’t let them borrow it, if they asked.
Reading is fun!