Monday, February 11, 2013

Blogspiration (57): librocubicularist


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librocubicularist


Librocubicularist, you say? Why yes, I believe I am. Though I also read on the couch, on the train, on buses, and while I'm walking down the street. Is there anything more wonderful than finding a word which had to have been made just for you?


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21 comments:

  1. Oh, I'm going to have so much fun casually mentioning this word in conversations...

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  2. Ahahaa! Seriously. I'm now going to try to find a way to fit this into conversation >:D

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  3. You also reading walking into telegraph poles if I, and my copy of Eclipse, remember correctly?

    You're just a big trampy reading WHORE aren't you?

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  4. Ha! I DO walk into telegraph poles, reading, but that's not what happened with Eclipse. I had it in a bag, carrying it safely back to you, when I got on the train, it started with a jolt, and I was thrown forward. The bag it was in hit one of the poles in the vestibule area.

    Me = mortified.

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  5. It sounds a bit like someone who reads in a cubicle... "Someone who reads when he should be working." That would be me.

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  6. AHAHAHA. Oh dear. I know what you mean ^__^

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  7. I'm adding this to my resume. Sounds fancy enough LOL

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  8. Oh wow, that's awesome. I needed that word in my life. I'm not sure I can remember all the syllables and pronounce it correctly, but I'll sure try!

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  9. I shared this on facebook and got a lot of likes-people know me too well!

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  10. Hey you librocubicularist! I'm one too! Let's get in bed with our books and snuggle up! ;D

    (Though I must say, I'm not a librocubicularist as much as I'd like due to having a dentable bed. I 'spose that's the price you pay for having a marshmallow bed...)

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  11. I can read almost every where, but my bed is by far the most comfortable place :D I always like to find these words, so thanks for sharing!

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  12. I read EVERYWHERE. So you definitely need to come up with a word to coin that, hah. But I do the majority of my reading in bed, too--all the better to a. prop up the book b. giggle uncontrollably without TOO many witnesses and c. if I need to swoon, I'm already lying down! All I have to do is throw a hand over my fevered brow.

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  13. HA! Next time the hubs complains about my lamp being on, I'm going to tell him "Sorry I'm a librocubicularist" :)

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  14. Yup, that's me too. I read in the bed right before I go to sleep every night.

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  15. That's a mouthful, ahaha. But it definitely describes me :)

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  16. This is so wonderful- books that define bibliophiles are so perfect! I couldn't help but notice... you ran into a telegraph pole while reading? That, Sarah, is dedication.

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  17. I... uh... well, I can't really deny it. I've been a little more careful ever since the girl at my bus stop grabbed my arm to stop me from walking into a bus... so... >__<

    hehe. Ooooh, I was going through so many GREAT 'biblio' words this morning, Romi! Love them :D

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  18. Given my blog name is "In Bed With Books" . . . ^_~

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  19. My only complaint is that the word doesn't roll off the tongue very easily so I can't see it popping up in everyday conversation. Reading in bed is a slightly decadent activity and 'librocubicularist' doesn't convey the enjoyment of the experience of reading in the comfort and security of one's own bed.

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  20. PERFECT WORD AS ALWAYS, excited for the rest of yr biblio series.

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