What do you guys do these days on the internet? Use social media, I guess? What do you do mostly on social media, except posting about your daily life and stalking other people? You guys must be like, “Seriously? Is that even a question?” I know, memes. That’s what you scroll the entire day on your social media accounts every day, don’t you? Well, everyone does.
I know we’re mostly readers here. I am, too. But being a reader doesn’t mean one can’t be active on social media. There is a lot of creative content out there about books and book lovers, especially memes. I scroll through my Instagram in my free time and my feed is full of memes related to books.
Let me share some of those memes with you, which only book lovers can relate to.
Memes Only Book Lovers Can Realte To
Let’s go through these memes together and share our own experiences as in how we relate to them.
Seriously dude, this happens all the time with me. Like all the time! Whenever I read the most interesting and exciting part, it has become like a tradition that someone has to interrupt me. The uneasy feeling it gives, ugh, it’s so annoying!
Starting anything may seem like a hectic job, but that doesn’t go for starting a new book. That goes if you’re a reader, of course. The feeling I get while starting any new book, it’s just out of the world. It can’t be put into words.
Did he die, or did he not? Did she accept or reject him? Will she kill him, or will he figure a way out? These moments are the best and the worst. It’s such a twist that I want to read, but at the same time, I’m too faint-hearted to do so.
Girls listen to me carefully. If you’ve not read the entire thing and you’re just gushing over a character just because you heard about it somewhere, sorry, you don’t belong to our fangirl club. To be a fangirl, you need to know every single detail that takes place inside the book.
Other people go to shopping malls; we readers go to bookstores. Whenever a reader says they want to go shopping, it means you’re going on a trip to the nearest bookstore.
Not all protagonists are trustworthy and likable, but that doesn’t make the book less interesting. In such a situation, you get to hate both the protagonist and the antagonist, and you end up loving a side character.
Yes, I’m short on money and space for storing books and yes, I’ve got more books, and your point is? I can’t help it guys, there was a book store on my way back home and the books were pleading with me to take them with me.
Fangirl moments are the best but not in public. People don’t understand our feelings and start judging over nothing. Not that I care, it’s just that I don’t want to make things awkward for the ones accompanying me.
Indeed, I don’t have any money, but the rules are different for books. There’s an additional saving for buying books. I won’t eat for three days due to lack of money, but I have to buy new books when I have to buy new books.
Yes, I can complete one entire book within a day. Sometimes even more. It’s not that hard, trust me. Have you ever tried? No, right? So, how can you judge me for being a psycho?
Reading books solves half of my problems, not just sunburn. Are you annoyed or sad? Read a comedy book. Are you feeling lonely? Read a Romantic comedy. Did someone make you angry? Read a murder mystery and note down a tip or two.
I’ve been told over a hundred times that I will go crazy due to the endless hours I devote to reading books. Well, I’m not going to change anything so let’s say I’m crazy.
Everything is expensive, but not my books. Everything is perishable, of no use, or something I’ll probably get bored of sooner or later. But my books, no, never. Every single penny I spend on them is worth it.
E-books have spoilt me. I add every single book I lay eyes on in the card and end up purchasing almost all of them. My collection is so huge that it gets me about half an hour to decide what I’ll be reading.
That’s such a proud moment when you figure out what will happen before it happens. And with the number of books I’ve read and the number of times I’ve predicted a plot twist, I seriously feel like I’m Sherlock Holmes reincarnated.
You guys have no idea how many people I’ve cut off from my life just because they were an obstacle between me and my books. Yeah, you’re my friend, I get it, but you don’t come before my dear books.
I try every night to sleep. I swear I do everything in my power. Maybe closing the book and putting it aside is something beyond my power. Who knows? I’m not complaining, though.
‘Reading books’ is the only activity I have on my to-do list every day. Rest everything I do are just side missions that I pass by.
No way. I want to complete this last chapter I’m reading. And the last one that comes after this one. And the last one that follows the second last one, and so on. I’m not addicted, I swear—just this last chapter.
Paperbacks are perfect, but they get damaged after the third or fourth read. Hardcovers can’t be read in bed and what’s the fun of having a book if I can’t read while lying on my bed. E-books solve all the problems, but they don’t feel like ‘books.’ Do you feel me?
Oh, dude, I’ve become such a savage person and all the credit goes to every book I’ve ever read. I’ve reached such a point where I note down every savage comeback I discover while reading to use it on someone later. It’s fun, you know.
Okay, I have a confession to make. I’ve cheated on a few books with some other ones, but I’m not sorry. I feel guilty if I’ve hurt any book’s sentiments, but I don’t regret it a bit. Such a shameless double booker I am, am I not?
Never ask this question to any reader, you guys. I repeat, never. Our emotional vessel is so filled up to the brim with all those books we’ve read and cannot get over that you asking this question might cause it to spill.
You guys need to beware of me and try to be on my good side. I know how to hold a grudge. As the thorough reader that I am, there’s a high possibility that I know who your main character will end up with and I wouldn’t mind giving you a few spoilers. So, beware!
Who says late-night partying is the only way to spend a crazy weekend? Ever tried reading a mystery novel by staying up late at night, not caring about the next day as it’s a holiday? That’s another kind of knack. Not everyone will understand it.
Will my job cause a hindrance to my crazy reading schedule? What do you mean I can’t read during work hours? Yeah, I’m quitting my job. Who else is with me?
Such DIYs should be made illegal. I mean, why would you want to tear up the pages of a perfect book just to make something out of it that you’ll probably never use in your entire life? If you’re one of them, I’m suing you.
No, this can’t be happening. There’s going to be a second part where there will be a happy ending, right? Why is it happening to me? What did I even do to deserve this? I didn’t wait for 500 pages and three sleepless nights to see the main couple break up and end up alone?
Bookworms are so hard to shop with. They don’t want anything except books and once you take them to the book store, it’s at least one and a half hour wait. I am that bookworm. That bookworm is me.
I need someone to gift me a separate house for myself alone, somewhere deep into the silent forests so that I can read there is peace. Seriously, I mean, the entire world is so noisy. I can’t even finish a book in peace.
These were a few memes about books that you might have found pretty relatable if you’re a constant reader and book lover. I shared my thoughts while looking at these memes and you guys are free to share yours too!