Book

Romania
July 13, 2017 6:26am CST
I always thought that a person who read is just a person who read and it does not matter if we read in bed, at school, at work, in park or in a library, but we all are readers. But guess what...a person who reads in bed is called actually 'a librocubicularist'. Interesting thing that as time passes, more and more facts and life activities tend to have new names. Don't forget to read as often as possible!
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@maezee (32570)
• United States
13 Jul 17
I read like way too much. When I should be doig other things. Haha. What types of things do you like to read? Read anything good lately?
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• Romania
14 Jul 17
I do not have some certain types of books I prefer and read only them. Usually the books I read in a certain period reflects my condition at that moment. For example, the last book I have read was "The alchemist" of Paulo Coelho and the first reason why I chose this book was because the story and the lessons described in it, and secondly because a lot of people considered one of the books we should read. Analyzing however, most of the books I have read are still romantic.
• Romania
14 Jul 17
@maezee What about your preferences?
@maezee (32570)
• United States
14 Jul 17
@ManoleAlexandra nothing wrog with a romance! I like to read those occasionally too. I like memoirs, crime and fiction mainly!
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@Tracy04 (10868)
• Malaysia
13 Jul 17
Wow really? In what position do they read in bed? I usually read mylot posts when sitting on bed mostly, sometimes when lay on bed. Does that count as librocubicularist? Even that word librocubicularist sounds new to me today.... Good one! I must remember it!
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• Romania
13 Jul 17
I do not think that there is a certain position. It is just the fact of reading in bed. Hmm, I read mylot posts in bed, too So, we should be proud because we are librocubicularists.
@Tracy04 (10868)
• Malaysia
14 Jul 17
@ManoleAlexandra yay!! As I'm replying to your response also on bed haha. Really a librocubicularist
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• United States
13 Jul 17
I had never heard that terminology.
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• Romania
13 Jul 17
Me neither until I read about it. I think that there are a lot of less known words like this
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@gauti2483 (609)
• India
13 Jul 17
its true not a limit age for learn any thing.we will learn or read ang time any where with fhn and full enjoable
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@marlina (75080)
• Canada
13 Jul 17
librocubicularist: did not know that I was one of them.
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