Reacting to Bookish Memes!

Hola comrades(This is officially my new greeting now, got bored of ‘Hey Guys’- if you guys have any suggestions, drop ’em in the comments)! So, today I will be doing something I have never done before on my blog- Reacting to Bookish memes! I am stealing this idea from my favourite Booktuber- Jesse the Reader and while this would have been better as a video, I think it will be fun as a blog too. Like Jesse, I too picked these memes from Pinterest.

Before we get started, this is the link to Jesse’s video-

He’s done another video too, but you can just search for it if you are interested.

So, let’s get started!

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Number One:

This was like the first meme I saw and I instantly knew I had to share it here because it is SO DAMN RELATABLE!! I have so many unread books lying on my bookshelf, yet I am going to order some more books this week. I know I shouldn’t but I cannot help myself! Every single time I turn to that unread pile of books, there is another book that attracts my attention. It isn’t my fault!!

Number Two:

That feeling is so good! And when it is a person you want to be friends with or it happens in a place where you don’t know anybody or with a stranger- the below GIF describes my feelings.

Were Best Friends GIFs | Tenor

Number three:

I hate loathe it when people interrupt my reading! Like for some unknown reason, everybody wants to talk to me at that precise moment when I am reading. And hence, I listen to music while reading. It helps me get into the zone you know.

Number four:

This is so true!! I mean if I end up starting a book which is amazing, I first end up ‘trying’ to sleep late and then I can not sleep because I am so absorbed in the book and its characters and its plot and its… everything!! I literally drag myself into the real world- and if it is a book which gives me a hangover…. let’s not get into the details.

Number five:

Well, this is not exactly a meme, but it definitely needs to be mentioned here!! I mean they take away all those beautiful book covers and put in those bad ugly movie ones. It is bad enough that you have turned the book into a bad movie, worse that you have a sticker on the book saying that it is a MAJOR MOTION FILM and now a cover with the actor/actress starring in the film. No, thank you. And you know, the worst thing- you rarely get the original edition anywhere else!!

Number six:

Well, my family definitely does not know I have so many boyfriends but my friends and other people do. They are used to my weirdness but I mean, this one is highly relatable. So, to all those people who tell me they are fictional- YOU ARE JUST JEALOUS OF HOW POPULAR I AM!

Number seven:

How is this so accurate? I literally might own over a hundred books as of now yet I will always have a shortage of material to read. I will always feel the need, the urge, the want to buy new books.

Number eight:

Like duh, if I am reading, the only crazy thing I will be doing is crying too hard or laughing to hard. I don’t know why parents even bother telling me to not do something crazy when I am reading. Like, hello?! I am reading! I want to be in that world for a while! Why would I come back to this world just to do something crazy?

There was one pin which I have seen before and wanted to know your views on it and here it is:

What are your views on this one? Which two pills would you use?

That’s it for today y’all!! Hope you had fun reading this post! Let me know your favourite meme and which two pills you would take in the comments! Also, let me know if you would want a take two of such a post!

P.S.-1 Naemi, this was the funny content I was talking about. I am sure you must have figured out, but still.

P.S.-2 Also, do not forget to fillΒ this feedback formΒ if you haven’t already!!

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  1. Hi Riddhi!
    I stumbled upon your blog today and my oh my! I am so damn impressed! I got this post in my email while doing AP Chemistry. And I’m like “meh, I’ll just read the first paragraph”. But guess what? You totally hooked me to the world! Honestly. I just LOVE your site now! Like literally!

    And what is the deal with movie covers? They’re like a bookworm’s hell!
    Ooops looks like I wrote a waaay too long comment! Well anywho! I’m looking forward to more of your content!

    PS- I see you have similar YA intrests as me! (Peter Kavinsky and Noah!!!!!)

    Let’s connect more!!!
    The One Who Always Talks

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    1. Hi!
      Thanks for the praise!! I am glad I was able to impress another person with my work and I am glad you enjoyed it- that is what all of us work for, isn’t it?
      Ah, no issues, I enjoy reading such comments!!

      P.S.- Oh, glad to meet another Kavinsky lover! And I presume Noah from Girl Online?



  2. “A bunch of people keep telling me they’re fictional characters but they’re just jealous.” πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I love bookish memes. This was so fun!
    I also hate when people try talking to me while I’m reading. It is so annoying!! Whenever I open a book, my parents understand it as a sign that now is the perfect time to have a conversation with me πŸ™„

    For the pills, I would probably choose Amnesia and Sacrifice but mainly because the other four sound quite scary πŸ˜… Although it would be cool to read my favorite books for the time again.

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  3. Hilarious 🀣🀣🀣🀣
    Loved the fictional boyfriends one πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ this was so relatable.
    And no offense, but comrades sounds really really really really formal and uk very well that’s something I can’t take πŸ˜…πŸ˜‚

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    1. I also did a double take at the “comrades” – it struck me more like something out of a communist manifesto πŸ˜‚ But having thought about it more, I actually think it sounds kind of cool and includes this idea of camaraderie πŸ˜‰

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  4. This was the best birthday present ever! πŸ˜ŠπŸ€— I was grinning the whole time, why are these sooo relatable? πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ I felt personally attacked by the “I’ve got nothing to read” one – this is literally me standing infront of the rows and rows of my already double-stacked bookshelves… 😁

    I also absolutely detest people interrupting me while I read, especially when I get the sense that they feel obligated to make small talk and aren’t really interested in the conversation anyway… Like the “What’s that you’re reading?” question followed by glazed eyes and “Oh, that’s interesting.” Don’t ask me if you don’t care in the first place!! Just google a synopsis yourself and let me read in peace 😭😭

    As for the pills, I have absolutely no clue which ones I would take… Maybe the travel and body pills? I love experiencing new places and haven’t really gotten to travel since Covid came along, so maybe the travel pill could be a good alternative? I’ll just avoid the worlds where I’d die in like five seconds πŸ˜‚ And some characters have really interesting lives and abilities, so swapping might be kind of neat? Though I do also like being me 😊

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    1. Okay, so first off- Happy Birthday! Hope you had a great one!
      I am glad you really enjoyed my present!
      I think that is practically every reader, so well.
      And IKR! That is so irritating- if you are a reader, you must have a goodreads- just go search it there!
      Ah, good choices! Me being the indecisive person I am cannot choose twoπŸ˜‚

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  5. Oh my, these are awesome, haha! So relatable.

    That one about reading a book at night to wind down is especially funny. I mean, when a story gets your feelings tied up in a big jumbled mess, or when there’s a major plot twist that shocks you, it’s nearly impossible to relax afterwards! And yet I love every minute of it. 😁

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  6. Awesome post! Those are hilarious!!! Especially the fandom reference one! That is one of the best feelings in the world when someone, be it a stranger or acquaintance, gets you reference! I’d totally take the amnesia pill and the sacrifice pill! I loved this post, Riddhi! You should do more like it!

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  7. that introduction – *flashbacks to the painful time where I was studying animal farm for literature* – but great greeting… HAHA THIS POST WAS SO FUNNY AHH – I’ll definitely be taking the amnesia pill because I want to be wow-ed by all the plot twists in my fav books… the body pill sounds amazing as well!! This was such a fun post Riddhi!

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  8. Those pills …. ooo … hard choices. Most of them look like they could go badly and unexpectedly wrong. Like, I could bring Beowulf to real life AND make him fall in love with me, but … I’m married, plus how humiliating would that be for him! I probably couldn’t survive in any of my favorite fictional worlds, and most of my favorite characters would hate being brought into this world. And, switching bodies with any character would just be a cruel joke on the character. I think this is one of those “you have three wishes” things that’s actually supposed to teach you a lesson!

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