Are you a TV or a book person?
8 Sep 12
I also love reading books. I used to read about 3 nooks in a week cause I really get excited to know what will happen right away with stories that are interesting. But because I am wearing glasses, I have limitations in reading small letters. And so now, most of the time I just watch the television.
• United States
10 Aug 12
I am definitely more a book person. I'm not sure why. TV and movies just do not capture my attention like books do for whatever reason! In the past six months, I have probably in total watched 2 hours of TV. And I have probably read, in the past 6 months, 15 books. . I used to watch TV all the time! Now I read instead. I don't know when this happened, but I don't mind! I especially like crime novels and scandalous memoirs! . Happy reading to you!
7 Aug 12
Hello there. I think I'm more of a TV person. When I'm at home and I started watching TV already, it's hard for me to stop watching. I love watching a lot of TV programs like variety shows, dramas, music programs, and some old English, Korean and Filipino movies. I think watching TV is easier than reading some books. At times, I also love reading some books if I have sufficient time to do it. For now, I don't have enough time to do it so I just love watching TV. Watching TV is also enjoyable for me because I see the beautiful actresses and handsome actors singing, dancing, and acting. I'm inspired to make myself beautiful too when I see them. I also see some fashionable clother worn by them. Those are only some reasons why I think I'm more of a TV person than a book person. I think I spend more time watching television than reading some books. :)
• United States
7 Aug 12
I used to read books all the time. As a kid when I first learned to read I loved it. I spent a lot of time at the library. Now, not so much. I guess I turned into more of a TV person. But I agree with you that reading stimulates the imagination and helps develop a good vocabulary. I kinda miss relaxing with a good book but I just don't have the time anymore.
6 Aug 12
It varies - depends on where I am. When I'm at home I get to be more of a TV person because I stay in the living room and do work from my Macbook from there. But if I am traveling or out of the country, I would be more of a book person. I prefer to read. But times have changed, and stories I read these days are now from my iPhone or laptop. I don't really care about TV that much, I could live without it since through the internet I would still be able to get my news anyway.