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Hello, Fluffsters! Happy Friday! (Congratulations, you’ve almost survived another week! Soon school will start up again! Yay!(?))
Anyways. I have come to the realization that books are wonderful. And dangerous. And something like an addiction… So, here’s:
A list of ways that reading is like an addictive substance.
…You actually just wrote that, didn’t you?
Uh… I think so. That’s what happens when I press the buttons on my keyboard and they show up in the post area, right?
So, yes. I did just write that. And here we go.
3) You need to wait until it runs its course. As in, once you’ve started a book, it’s really hard to stop until the book (or series) is done.
2) When you read, you experience things that aren’t really there. At least, those of us with hyperactive imaginations actually do. You see the princess try to run away from the boring castle to volunteer for a dragon. You hear characters talking with each other. I mean, what sort of thing is this “reading”, anyways?
1) You can never stop. Once you learn how to read, that’s it, you’re done. You will never be unable to read again. Addicting, right? And libraries really don’t help! You can just walk right in, all secretive (well, you’re supposed to keep your voice down anyways) and choose the perfect flavor of book, and then, after a bit of magic with a card happens, you can walk out of there with something new to read. Scary, right?
So, Fluffsters, what did I miss? How do you think a book is like some sort of addictive substance?