I Am A Dedicated Reader, Of Course Of Course:)

What Kind of Reader Are You?

Your Result: Dedicated Reader

You are always trying to find the time to get back to your book. You are convinced that the world would be a much better place if only everyone read more.

Obsessive-Compulsive Bookworm
Literate Good Citizen
Book Snob
Fad Reader

Another quiz I found from Konagod. Fun for avid readers, and likely designed by one judging from some of the answer choices, which I could have come up with verbatim. You mean there are people who don’t have at least two books — one fiction, one non — on them at all times, who don’t carry at least three in their carry-on when traveling, whose apartment floor is not sagging from the weight of their three floor-to-ceiling bookcases?? Who are such people and what planet do they come from? Ha ha. Well, I’m a wanna be writer, so it makes sense that I’m a crazy, insanely obsessed reader — almost as much as I’m a crazy, insanely obsessed dance fan…

If you wanna, take the test here.


  1. Hey bloggers,

    According to the 2 surveys that I took b/c I didn’t like the first one on books, I’m a boor. The second survey on how attractive are you, said I’m 58% ‘fugly’. No one will ever love me or can stand to look at me. So why do I even get out of bed in the morning? Because I read romance novels between and while studying medicine that’s how. How else am I supposed to guide my patient’s so they understand ‘real’ men and ‘real’ relationships? How will I know how to behave when I meet that perfect man that is coming in the near future.

    I already admitted to the sacriligious act of attraction to the angelic image of DH; may I remind everyone that it is only a picture. The HI dance belt is hot and I wanna start a trend among men. And, of course, there is my preferred reading material, which always contains certain words or phrases like ‘bulbous’, “her loins clenched”, “his penis thrust out, thick and pulsing, so big she couldn’t decide whether to worry or celebrate” and my personal favorite “put your socks back on and they’ll count as one”. ReAdInG iS fUnDiMeNtAl, right? No one ever addressed exactly what it is we should be reading, did they? And who died and left them boss anyway!

    I felt ashamed of my preference for romantic tales of fiction for a little while. I have read hundreds of these novels and they have big words in them or can be historically based. They even have best-selling lists for the authors and blogs for romance. How else is a women supposed to know what to do if she ever engages in ‘naked’ wrestling with a man and realizes that she is wearing more articles of clothing than he is; it always boils down to socks in the end, right ladies? Women have to be prepared for this inevitable situation. Romance novels offer women a glimpse into a world with strong, intelligent, sensitive and sexy hunks of burning love that they are never likely to encounter until the day that Brittney Spears becomes the 1st female US president and people commute to Mars on a daily basis. Wait, Mars is still a planet, right? Man, I better pick up a book.


  2. He he he!! Well, I think ABT is my version of the romance novel 🙂

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