Sometimes we all do weird things that make us unique and fun. Some of these unusual habits relate to our hobbies.


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Reading Quirks is a webcomic series, created by the team from the Dallas-based bookstore The Wild Detectives and drawn by Laura Pacheco, a talented cartoonist from Spain.

The comic series is all about those weird things that readers do, and about hilarious situations booklovers might get themselves into because of their admiration for literature.

Take a look at these amazing, fun comics and let us know if you find something that you can relate to.

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John L 4 months ago

I have an eReader, which can be lit up so as to read in the dark. Even the intensity of the light is adjustable. That solves a host of problems.

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Kristin Connon 4 months ago

This is me. I've rarely had a conversation with a person as good as the ones I have with my books

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Zori the degu 4 months ago

The quickest way to escape from life is the first book that comes your way.

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John L 4 months ago

I used to collect books until they started taking over the house. Now I read almost everything on my Nook, and I love it. Now my collection of ebooks is enormous, but they can still be loaded on to a Micro SD card. :)

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John L 4 months ago

Reading helps make solitude more enjoyable. You may be alone, but at the same time not alone.

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Elise Mon 4 months ago

i'm not a bookish nerd, but i did this too .. just can't look at misplaced book

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John L 4 months ago

There are a few books that have always stuck with me. Once I grew up, I went back and reread them in order to enjoy them again. But I discovered one thing. The way I remembered them growing up was not quite the same as rereading them as an adult. Not a 'positive' or 'negative', but different. If you are going to return to your favorite books, be prepared for this.

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Zori the degu 4 months ago

Cool, fellow bookworm, I'm gonna check it out.

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Shruti Naik 4 months ago

I'll wait for the day I meet a man like him!

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Taryn Wallace 4 months ago

The last chapter of the last Harry Potter book literally made me feel like my childhood was ending and nothing was ever gonna be as good as the time I spent reading that series (I started in like 11th grade )

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