The Seven Types of People You See in Every Bookstore | Bustle

The 7 Types of People You See in EVERY Bookstore | Bustle.

A little Friday morning humor for you. No doubt – if you are a bookstore browser – you have seen these types around. It’s simply part of the bookstore experience – for good and for bad. Enjoy! 🙂

baby-reader-1Every reader knows that familiar joy of shopping for new books. You’re finally going to read that book that nearly everyone is talking about. Or maybe you’re picking up your next book club read. Maybe you’re just browsing — who knows what you might find after all.

So you go in, fully prepared to leave with some books, maybe drink some coffee, and spend a lazy afternoon at, arguably, one of the best places around: the bookstore. But when you go in, chances are you find more than books. You find your fellow readers searching for their next favorite book, or their next book club read. Or maybe they’re buying children’s books! Those are so cute, it can’t hurt to look, right? Right.

I’ve lost a lot of time in bookstores, for sure. What’s that saying, “time you enjoy wasting isn’t wasted?” If that’s not true for bookstores especially, I don’t know what is. My point here is that bookstores are great, and they draw all kinds. You never know who you might see or meet there; it’s one of the many joys of going. But one thing is for sure: there are 7 kinds of people you see in every. bookstore. ever. Guaranteed.

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Published in: on July 17, 2015 at 9:05 AM  Leave a Comment  

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