#bookwormproblems

You know those ridiculous moments that only bookworms can understand?

You know you’re a bookworm when…

  1. You figure out the plot twist beforehand and when you’re right, you feel like Sherlock Holmes.
  2. You tell yourself “just one more chapter” at 10 pm and five minutes later, it’s somehow 3 am and you’re pretty sure you look like this:635832241272757072-1283116787_gif_460x284_2e015d
  3. Your book buying bans never work because once you see that new release you’ve been DYING to read (*cough* ACOTAR 3) every ounce of willpower you have will magically disappear.
  4. You loathe the ‘20% off!’ stickers on book covers with a deep passion.
  5. You’re constantly falling for fictional guys and tend to compare them to every real-life guy you know and think “nope, lol you’re not the High Lord of the Night Court.”
  6. “BUT MOM, I DON’T HAVE TOO MANY BOOKS. I JUST DON’T HAVE ENOUGH SHELF SPACE!”
  7. Your tbr (to-be-read) list is about 238 miles long and stubbornly refuses to be conquered year after year. And at the same time, you still don’t know what to read next.
  8. You feel the intense agony of cliffha-
  9. The last book of a series is finally released after like 23 years, and you have no idea what to do with your life after finishing it.giphy
  10. When this happens-

me: I ACTUALLY LOVE THIS CHARACTER WOW SHE’S SO BADASS AND HEADSTRONG YAAS YOU GO GIRL

character: lol

character: *dies*

me:

ahhh, I’d almost forgotten how much I love gifs. *insert 438 laughing emojis here*

so tell me, what are some of your #bookwormproblems?

17 thoughts on “#bookwormproblems

  1. Haha, such a great, relatable list! I’m so terrible at book buying bans… so I gave up on them a long time ago, haha. I also reason with myself saying that I should just buy the book now since it’s on sale (or has a preorder promotion) since I’ll probably buy it in the future anyway. (I know, I’m just making up excuses.) Shelf space and reading way past my bedtime are two other big problems of mine as well. XD

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    1. thank you! hahah book buying bans never ever work. when my parents complain about my addiction and lack of self control when it comes to buying books, i’m like, “well would you rather i spend all this money on cocaine instead?!” lol πŸ™‚

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  2. These are so relatable I’m laughing SO hard! One of my bookish problems is when the character in a love triangle is leaning towards the character that i don’t ship him or her with! It’s like the author is shooting at my ship with the force of Maeve’s army! (Thank god some series these days don’t have love triangles!)

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      1. Thank you! They are! Any author that doesn’t make one pretty much goes to the top of my favourite list. They are so unrealistic too because how often do they actually happen in real life? And why can’t the hero just choose themselves and not have to pick between two people pining after them?

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