15 Horrors You Have To Be A True Bookworm To Understand

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Although books are something to read and put away in a corner for most people, they are almost fetishist objects that are adored by some others. For true book lovers, the majority's behavior towards books is simply unacceptable. Also, some of the things that wouldn't cross most people's mind are essential for bookworms. And most people can't even start to imagine this. Defining and understanding the real nature of the relationship between books and dedicated readers is very difficult. For them, books are almost their young children that they treasure.

Let's see some nightmares for bookworms who are almost in love with their books.

1. Folding the edges of the pages of the book to remember which page they have left it instead of using a bookmark.

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2. The horror when they lend someone a book and it is underlined when it is returned.

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3. Books organized not according to their size but randomly.

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4. Eating and drinking around books.

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5. When the book they buy with great expectations turns out to be a victim of very bad translation.

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6. Bad binding causing pages to get torn apart in time.

7. Exposing a book to sun and pages turning pale.

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8. Low quality backstreet books with spelling errors and missing chapters.

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9. When books from the same publisher are published in different sizes and designs and don't form a unity on the shelf designated for them.

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10. When the same author publishes multiple books in different sizes and designs through different publishing companies.

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11. When some books by the same author are in hardcover, while others are in softcover.

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12. Friends that borrow but never return books.

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13. When your favorite author changes publishers and his new book design is so different that it looks ridiculous on the shelf designated for that author.

14. When your books are used as drink coaster.

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15. When your book is used to be held under a piece of paper to provide a solid and stable lower layer in order to be able to write properly and the letters written leave a mark on the book cover.

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