Posted by Geeky Book Snob
What’s bibliophilism? The clinical definition is having a love of books. So how do you know if you are suffering from a good case of bibliophilism? By checking the chart below!
Posted on February 27, 2013, in Bookish Graphics, For the Love of Books and tagged bibliophilism, booklover, books, bookworm. Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.
I love books but I can’t buy as many books as I want cos I don’t have much space at home & I don’t have much money to spend… 😦
I like the ones about the depressed at the doctor’s and secret friends! They’re so me! 🙂
This is so funny. BTW why would anyone leave home without a book – that’s just silly? And, of course I am friends with people who read books in public – they’re just not aware of it and think I’m some weird rubber necked stalker (well, I want to know what they’re reading!) Can I steal all your definitions and put them on my blog – I want to see what everyone else comes up with – and of course link it to your piece?
Of course Lynn! Do as you please. I like sharing. 🙂
I hope you don’t mind, but I’m going to have this made into a canvas print so I can hang it up in my house! 🙂
I don’t mind at all!
I was in a hotel once and there was a car on fire outside my room–my first thought was: Are my books safe?
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