As readers, we’re all pretty used to negative feelings.
For me, it’s mainly the pressing feeling of DISAPPOINTMENT, and with disappointment often comes saltiness. (Or maybe I’m just salty all the time.)
So, because I’m currently feeling extra salty about books (meaning I am in between the “I hate books” and “I want to read books” moods), I decided to talk about things relating to books that make me feel angry and/or salty and/or frustrated!!
I also need to make sure that OTHER people experience this too because if I’m salty all of you have to be salty too I do not appreciate being the Special One.
(What a lie. I love being special.)
Smol note: On Friday night, I got really anxious over something and I had a panic attack. Since I really didn’t have my post ready by then, I decided to just skip Saturday and post when I felt ready, so that’s why my schedule is a little messed up! (That’s also why this post is just 5 points, instead of 9, like I usually do!) I’ve been absent from the blogosphere a little bit, and I apologize!! Love you all!!!
For example, the fact that I don’t read fast enough, I don’t own enough books as I’d like, I don’t have nearly enough time to do anything I want.
(So apparently I don’t have enough of a lot of things???)
The point is, I have a lot of complaints. Too many. And WordPress isn’t exempt from any of my complaining nature, because I’m just too full of salt & discontentment that it overflows onto everything I come into contact with. Like mangoes, did you know I HATE mangoes????
So today, I’m going to talk about 9 things that I want WordPress to improve in, since I just have to release all my saltiness!! Hopefully these are all things you want to??? Otherwise that would be awkward and I’d be lying in my post title.
I’m sure I’ve talked about this before??? I mean, everyone basically contradicts themselves these days (including a certain… American political figure*), but bookworms contradict themselves THE MOST.
I think the books just kind of like mess with our minds and make us prone to unintentional lying??? Or dramatizing everything???
So because we all need a little help in life, today I’m giving a few situations where bookworms say something TOTALLY different than what they mean. If you’re not a bookworm, you can recognize when your book lover friend is lying to you and get them the help they need.
And if YOU’RE the bookworm, you’ll probably find yourself in a lot of these. I hope. Otherwise that would mean this is all me and that would be AWKWARD.
I don’t know if you’ve noticed yet??? Because I make jokes and PRETEND like I’m not*… but really, I’m awkward.
Usually, “awkward” and “interactions” go hand in hand. I mean, it’s totally possible to be awkward without interacting with anyone at all. Aka me all the time.
I’ve decided to talk about awkward blogging interactions because AWKWARDNESS IS FUN TO TALK ABOUT!! And also hopefully you’ve experienced these things yourself too and it’s not just me being extremely awkward
Note: I took like a random week hiatus from posting?? I missed last Saturday because I had dance stuff (which was SO AMAZING but then I got really sore), and then I just decided to wait till today to post because I’m SUPEEEER behind on posts & comments and wanted to use the week to catch up. You love me. Even tho I didn’t catch up.
*Internet me is so different from real-life me?? Example: I go by a different name!!! That’s definitely not a big change at all!!!
I’m 90% sure the cause for all hate and divide among people is because of stereotypes??? Because of knowledge people assume is true but actually isn’t??? Because of our ignorance and how we believe that we’re truly right so we don’t seek the ACTUAL truth????
Okay sorry, got a little ranty there. THE POINT IS, stereotypes exist and they SUCK. I mean sure, some of them are true. But most are not???
So today, I thought it’d be fun to talk about some stereotypes against readers. Most of them are LIESSSSS (except like, half-lies) and hopefully you haven’t thought that readers are like this. Because I’d be very disappointed in you, and so far you’ve done a great job at exceeding my expectations of sucking.