Some of these include: 1) insulting their fandom/favorite book, 2) interrupting their reading, and 3) not giving them your money when they demand politely ask for it omggg how ruder can you get.
But not only can your ACTIONS offend bookworms and/or make them cry, but also your words. And because bookworms are very fragile creatures who will easily break, I’ve compiled a list of 9 things you should NEVER say to a bookworm.
Unless you want to die, of course. In that case, go on ahead and tell every bookworm you know the following phrases! You most definitely WILL NOT get a pineapple thrown at your head???
Seriously tho, you don’t want a pineapple thrown at your head—LOOK AT HOW SPIKY THEY ARE.
But pineapples are also quite aesthetic and come on you LIVE for the aesthetics…
NOTE: I’m a bit salty in this post so beware of that. :))
The #1 thing you should know about me is that I suck at keeping track of blog tags.
I KNOW I KNOW. I’m horrible. People take the time to tag me or nominate me for an award (!!!) and I just… forget.
But seriously, unless you pingback me, I will likely forget that you’ve tagged me for something??? And I probably won’t remember your pingback either, unless you pingback my About page oops.
HOWEVER! I was going through the comments/pingbacks of said About page, in search for a nice tag to do because WHY NOT, and I found this one!
The lovely Beth @ Reading Every Night tagged me for The Book Blogger Insider Tag, and I remembered being super excited when I read her post, because 1) her answers were awesome, and 2) THE TAG LOOKED COOL.
And by pretty good, I mean great. And by great, I mean amazing.
I’M JUST KIDDINGGGGGG. I actually am really shy about my “blogging success” (see the quotation marks). But a lot of you guys have told me that I’m an “amazing” blogger and that I’m a favorite of yours and IT MAKES ME SQUEAL OMG THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
But when the sweetest-ever, kindest-ever, amazing-est-ever Marie @ Drizzle and Hurricane Booksforcefully said suggested that I write a post on how I was an “amazing” blogger, I was a little mixed:
1) OMG SHE CALLED ME AMAZING AWW STOP BEING SO SWEEEEEEET AD;FLJASLD;FJASD, and 2) telling all my secrets??? me??? no??? HOW COULD I.
But apparently I could and I can because here I am. (I can RHYME.)
They can do many things to you, ranging from making you feel extreme emotions to also killing you.
AND THEY ACTUALLY ENJOY IT.
jal;ksdjfLJ;LFKJAL;SDJFlkjaf;lajkdsf They are evil and cruel and horrible and ghastly and yet we still love them.
But! MANY negative things happen to you that are caused by writers/authors, so that’s why I decided to make a list on why you should never trust writers. And also because I did a similar post with bookworms and it was much fun.
Note: This list consists of pain, pain, and pain, so if you don’t want to read the whole thing, THERE YOU GO! You have a one-word summary: PAIN.