Fake book decor makes zero sense
And if bookworms start set tripping, you deserved it
I do not condone gang violence. I think there are better ways to handle conflict. But when it comes to fake book decor, I daydream that bookworms would creep around the corner like Geoffrey in “Bel Air,” reading glasses on (or dangling from a chain), and simply state, “I don’t think the [reading] conversation is over.”
If you are a Covobox customer who bought one of these awful cardboard boxes that look like a collection of books on your bookshelf, you are the worst. I know the pandemic made people want to have cool backgrounds and look smart during their interviews and work meetings. But you’re pissing off bookworms (read: me), librarians (I assume) and book clubs worldwide. We put in the work to fall asleep with our contact lenses in, dig up our reading glasses that fell on the floor, pay excessive electricity bills to read all night by lamp light and spend far too much money on plastic bookmarks.