“Normal” people have sure got some funky ideas about bookworms.
Today’s mission? The Bookworm Stereotypes!
Myth #1: Bookworm’s Don’t Talk to People
HAHAHAHA. Well, not if we can help it, no.
But really, bookworms don’t just read all the books. We chat about the books, gossip about the books, cackle about the books, sob about the books, scream about the books, WE TALK ABOUT THE BOOKS. WITH PEOPLE.
I mean, what do you think the 56, 681, 115,137 book bloggers (this number is accurate there was a study and everything google it) do with their blog?? Eat it?
So yes, bookworms are all:
But we’re also all about the:
Myth #2: Bookworm’s Utter with the Supremest Terminology
Okay but how did this myth even come to exist? Let’s take a look at some of the eloquent utterances of a couple of readers after finishing their latest reads:
Oh yes, we bookworms are very expressive.
Myth #3: BOOKWORMS HAVE BOOKS ONLY BOOKS THERE IS NO LIFE ONLY BOOKS
What?! That’s not true! We totally eat and occasionally sleep too! Sometimes we even brush our teeth.
Time to face reality, bud. Reader’s can possess a whole array of interests! And if it’s evidence you desire, search no further:
- Alexandra @ Twirling Pages blogs about books AND ballet
- Marie @ Drizzle and Hurricane Books gabs about books AND travel
- Josephine @ Our Summary chats about books AND beauty AND food AND Christianity
We ❤ our books, but we ❤ our numerous other passions too.
Myth #4: Bookworms are Super Duper Smart!
Yes! We are! That’s what happens when you read! Thanks for noticing! No MythBusting needed here, coconut!