Discussion in 'The Polling Station' started by echoseddy, Jun 18, 2006.
im a book worm
This is a tough one, I don't tend to watch much telly. But I LOVE reading.
Magazines by the dozen, otherwise I like reading a "proper" book before bed
The TV seems to be on alot in our house with different programmes (Football and BB mostly at the moment). I do like reading especially when I'm on holiday when I can read loads and the TV gets banned. So I'm probably more a TV Junkie.
I watch alot of tv tape it then watch it after i have had a couple of hours on the computer.
i watch tele like starwars
I love to read. I love to get lost in a book. Have a shelf full of books. =]
I'm a book worm, I don't even have a TV, I don't need it because I don't enjoy watching it. In my opinion it's a waste of time. It's boring. I love books! Every book is like an adventure. I read at least 2 books a week, I'm an addict
I used to be a complete bookworm. Now, I spend about equal time reading and watching the television. I don't think it's a good thing.
I am neither now.
I used to be a huge book worm, though. I would read all the time. Now I'm an internet worm/junkie instead because I do all of my reading and whatnot there.
I would have to say I'm a TV junkie. Even when I do read a book, I'm casting the movie in my head. There are just so many amazing series on the air now. For example, Homeland, Breaking Bad, Game of Thrones, Mad Men, The Walking Dead, etc.
Probably both, but I read less than I watch TV just because I don't have a lot of time to read and most of my free time is spent writing. Writing is sort of like reading I suppose, I'm just reading and working with stuff I wrote, not someone else. Overall, I like reading better than watching TV, but it's more difficult to find a book I can get into than it is to find a TV show.
I agree completely, as a child i was a complete book worm. I would read whenever I could and then I went through a phase of being a bit more of a TV Junkie for a few years and now I am back at book worm. I try to read at least 1 a week but it's money that's the issue for me.
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