Something bookish

It might be no big deal but it happens every day. You’re at some party with a bunch of people and one asks you, “What did you think of The Kite Runner?” You freeze, not sure if they’re referencing a book or a movie. “It was really amazing.” (P.s the movie was shit)
We’ve all done it. Whether we’re trying to impress someone or simply feel like we’re part of a cultural phenomenon, we claim to have read or seen or heard things that we simply haven’t. The tendency to tell that little white lie is everywhere.
According to Bustle, The Reading Agency recently ran a study in the United Kingdom, asking adults if they lie about what books they’ve read and what books they lie most frequently about.
While some of these may be unique to the UK (James Bond isn’t required reading around the world), most are universally applicable considering the number of people who are watching the movies instead.
James Bond
Lord of the Rings
The Chronicles of Narnia
The Da Vinci Code
The Hunger Games
Things Fall Apart
Bridget Jones’s Diary
The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
The Godfather
Half Of A Yellow Sun
Gone Girl
The Kite Runner
So next time somebody asks you if you’ve read the book, just be honest and tell them you’ve seen the movie instead. Or if you really need to dig into your lie, check it out on #YoureWelcome


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