Reacting to Bookish Memes! | Take 4

Hey guys! Welcome or welcome back to my blog! Today I will be doing yet another take of reacting to bookish memes. I did one of these back in May, and boy, it’s been a long time! Plus, I haven’t posted all August and it’s been a long day, and I just want to post something since it’s been a week since I did, here you and I are, listening to my brain ramble and react to bookish memes!

Let’s go guys!

Number 1:

Okay, okay, I know this is not technically a bookish meme, but it’s so funny! Like, hell yes, if I ever write and publish a book, and I get a bad review, this is how I am gonna respond! Undoubtedly, they won’t be like- ‘You are the worst writer I have heard of.’, but I assume they will be variations of ‘I regret reading this book’ or ‘My friend should NOT have recommended this.’. To this, I shall reply, “But you did read it.” Unless it’s a DNF. Then I will reply, “But you did pick it up.” Ah well, sass is the spice of life.

Number 2:

So I am a bookworm, a book flea, a library mouse, a read-rat, an ink drinker and a reading horse? Amazing.

Number 3:

Okay, so this happens so often! Like, I am not active on other fandoms except WordPress, which I know, is technically not a fandom, but well, I usually can estimate if a book has a fan base or not, depending on the mentions it gets on WordPress. And when, there are little to no people who have read this book, I am like, whaaaaat?
But then, I do force people around me to read it (While being totally oblivious to their recommendations of course), and then everything’s rosy =).

Number 4:

OMG YES. It is so darn difficult to find just one good reading position, and when you finally do, it’s blissful. And you feel like staying there forever and ever more.

Number 5:

I can relate so much to this, since I am in a reading slump right now as well! It’s like, ugh, I can’t finish a book at all! I have been reading Get a Life, Chloe Brown for like 15 days now, I think? And I am not even halfway through! it’s annoying!

Number 6:

Why, yes, this is the scenario I envision, if ever my offspring gets into reading. And it’s totally okay. Totally.

Number 7:

Wha-? WHY? WHY DID I HAVE TO SEE THIS? I WAS FINALLY SUPER TIRED TODAY, AND FINALLY I WOULD HAVE HAD A GOOD NIGHT’S SLEEP AFTER LONG, AND NOW THIS! THIS WILL KEEP ME UP ALL NIGHT! life sucks.

Number 8:

Yes, yes, yes, a thousand times yes! The best example, the one I can think of off the top of my head, is when Gale and Katniss did not end up together- THEY SHOULD HAVE ENDED UP TOGETHER! Peeta was just a pretty little boi.
#Gale&Katniss4ever.

Number 9:

Well, technically I am a big weirdo, not just in the bookish sense- but yes, the books add a lot to my weirdness. But, do not get me wrong, I am weird and I am proud of it!

Number 10:

OMG, I am laughing so hard! This is legit me at the moment😂😂. Hey, Imma try this!

So, I just went and picked a random book (Which happened to be Crooked Kingdom). And the first completer sentence on the page 206 is- “This is the best for both of us.” Now, this is a statement usually said while break ups. Coincidence? I think not!

I want you to pick up the book closest to you and turn to page 206 and check out the first sentence and comment it below!!! Let’s have fun in the comments!

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  1. GALE AND KATNISS SHOULD NOT HAVE ENDED UP TOGETHER! PEETA IS THE BEST, MOST ADORABLE PERSON IN THE WORLD AND I WOULD TOTALLY MARRY HIM 🥰
    But okay, fine. Everyone is entitled to their opinions. (Even if they’re wrong 😜)
    Seriously, though, this post is way to relatable! I was already snorting by the first meme (may I add that I love Pirates of the Caribbean 😍) and I think “ink drinker” sounds so cool! “Read-rat” sounds weird in English, but in German “Leseratte” sounds so normal I’ve never really thought much about it. My parents pretty much call me that on a daily basis 😂
    Also, challenge accepted! Winter, p. 206: “Everyones working, either in the mines or the factories.” I’m not sure I like the sound of that, maybe I should just steer clear of having a love life 😅

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  2. It just happens to be that the book next to me is one of my school books 😑…. But BUT , I decided to check it out anyways, and get ready to read this … “migrations refers to regular, periodic or systematic movement of a group of organisms in search of food, shelter etc.” oh don’t I love my life lol 😂

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  3. Oh my gosh I laughed SO HARD at the last meme! The first two books I tried didn’t make sense, the first one was a text message from the MC that said something like ‘but I want to talk to dad first’ i mean I guess that could work but meh. The second one was just dialogue that said, ‘but then…’ and thats it. The third one though was like, ‘i bet everyone looked at him and wanted to be his friend–or more’ (thats paraphrased) which I guess works but then again I’m never gonna have a love life I was just doing it for fun.

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  4. *ahem*
    “As Newton made the rules for fluxions basic in his method, so also Leibniz looked upon the operation of finding “differences” as fundamental in his “differential and summatory” calculus.”
    The History of the Calculus and It’s Conceptual Development, page 206.

    My dad was reading next to me—

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  5. I love all of these so much! The book I used was These Violent Delights and it said, “The sound of bones being crushed rang out from the ring and the woman shouted for another contestant to take on the ‘godly Dimitri Voronin.'” I don’t really like the sound of that.

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  6. And my sentence issssssssssssssssss:
    “He went back to pounding the vine.”
    This has absolutly nothing to do with my love life. I don’t have a love life.
    That sentence is from Wing and Claw: Forest of Wonders. By Linda Sue Park. I am almost done reading it.
    Could it be the pounding of my heart when I see a cute goat?????🤔

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  7. Oh my goodness. Yes. They definitely think of us and love us. That is the best theory in the entire history of theories.
    *cough* I don’t have any books nearby. What a terrible crime to commit. 😔😔😔

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  8. omg hahahaha this post is so funny. it takes me so long to get comfortable in my reading spot, and then when i finally do, someone calls me to do something, or i need to get up, and ugh it’s just the worst :/ hahahahaha that page 206 meme is so so funny, and for me, the nearest book was rule of wolves by leigh bardugo – and the sentence was “Powerless and pathetic?” HAHAHA THIS IS SO SAD 😔

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