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Bookworms Explained Through Memes pt. 2

Hello, friends! A long time ago, in a state far away, I created an article titled "Bookworms Explained Through Memes," where I shared some of my favorite memes and explained how they perfectly define the bookworm. Since then, I've come across a lot more. And, to be perfectly honest, I have read a lot more in these past few months than I have in the past few years! So, naturally, I relate to them a lot more now than I did before.

I am so excited to share part two with you! Also, before we get into this (hopefully) comical article, I have an Instagram for this website! I share my current reads, update on when I make posts, and I've even made my first reel! I would appreciate it if you give me a follow!

All these memes have been found on Pinterest.

Bookworms Explained Through Memes pt. 2

When I reread Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatrick for the first time in about five years, I definitely felt this way about some of the sentences. Especially when they play a crucial part in the plot. I am one who will happy to reread any book, especially after rereading Hush, Hush. It was such a good experience for me. I hope I experience these moments a lot in the process. (Also, who else sang "hold up" in Zac Efron's voice...?)

This was literally me when reading We Were Liars by E. Lockhart. As readers, more often than not, we become emotionally attached to characters. So much so, that our family members say, "It's just a book," and then we decline their statement. Because it isn't just a book. Not to us. I don't think I've ever cried because of a book in a very long time. Not since eighth grade. And this book made me cry.

Literally me. Every time. Because the deaths of characters are shocking. Same, Olaf. Same.

The book hangover. Where we go through many different phases. Instead of going through these motions, I usually jump to another book quickly. Don't do this. It'll just result in a really bad book slump. This was me after reading The Folk of the Air series by Holly Black.

I have made every single one of these faces. Probably the first and last more than anything. The best part is when you're reading in public. You're so focused on the book that you don't realize you're making the face until you see someone noticing said face and then you don't care and continue to make the face.

Literally me. I had to buy a new bookshelf for all my books. And I continue to buy books. And I never had a physical tbr list or shelf until I started working at Barnes & Noble. It's kind of bad. But oh well.

One of the best things. This was me when I was reading Where The Crawdads Sing. It's really cool when you piece everything together.

Me when I got The Infernal Devices on Amazon. The best thing about buying books at a store is when you can take it home immediately and put it on your bookshelf. And when you have to order it, it takes some time and that is sad. Sometimes we're not patient people.

Listen, my future husband will have to be okay with the fact that I have many book boyfriends and will continue to have many book boyfriends. Because I currently do and I always will.

Is that a challenge? Yes, yes it is. At the beginning of this month, I read an entire book, Never Saw You Coming, in a day. It was a 300-page book. I did the same at the beginning of February. It seems to be a tradition by this point. But it's possible.

Honorable Mention

That's about all I have for you, friends. Memes are the best. What are some of your favorite memes? Let me know in the comments! Let's start a conversation.

I hope you have a blessed day!

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