23 July, 2010

bookish or bookworm?

adj. 1. Of, relating to, or resembling a book 2. Fond of books; studious 3. Relying chiefly on book learning: took a bookish rather than a pragmatic approach in solving the problem. 4. Pedantic; dull.  

n. 1. One who spends much time reading or studying 2. Any of various insects, especially booklice and silverfish, that infest books and feed on the paste in the bindings
No, I don't think I resemble a book or any form of insect. And I definitely am not dull! I do admit that I am fond of books and spends my leisure time reading a good book. So, I guess you can call me a bookish and/or a bookworm.

Reading a book makes me forget my worries for the future and my problems at the present time. It's a wonderful avenue to learn new things as well.

Why don't you grab a book now and be a bookish slash a bookworm just like me.


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