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Me when doing senior project hours at a Catholic Church. Since I am lds I am not used to catholic wedding traditions so when they do something I'm not used to, it surprises me therefore I kinda smirk. I feel so bad when I do that. Nothing against the other religion I swear.

Ermahgerd! Lauren Davison Smith This made me think of you. Plus also, wanted to see about this whole tagging thing!

BOOK hangover- what do you mean I have to wait 3 years for the next book in the series?

This is how I felt when I read The Hunger Games

Yup. Omg and the best was when you'd already finished reading the chapter (or the whole book) that was assigned, so they'd just sigh and ask if you had anything else to read and I'd be all HOLD ON LET ME CHECK MY FORTY POUND BOOKBAG-LIBRARY WHY YES YES I DO and fall into whatever book I was obsessed with that week. :D

"Going to the grocery store just isn't a priority when the fate of a fictional character is hanging in balance."

Every one of these, so true. And, I have a Really hard time coming to terms with the fact that Trevor is not more like one of My fictional boys..... Then again ya know, always did like the bad guys ;)

Hmm reminds me of a few...The Fault in Our Stars, Hunger Games, Harry Potter, any John Green book ever

Pretty accurate. It's happened so many times that I have lost count.

Leave me alone to mourn the deaths of fictional characters I have become overly attached too.

I read the entire book before I realized it was part of a series... I didn't want that kind of commitment, but what choice do I have now?

If I had a dollar for every time I felt more emotion for a fictional character than people in real life, I could pay for the psychiatric help I obviously need.