2 Μαρτίου 2010

Readers by Author

Stereotyping People by Their Favorite Author

J.D. Salinger

Kids who don’t fit in (duh).


J.K. Rowling

Smart geeks.


Jack Kerouac

Umphrey’s McGee fans.


Chuck Palahniuk

Boys who can’t read.


Haruki Murakami

People who like good music.


Charles Dickens

Ninth graders who think they’re going to be authors someday but end up in marketing.


William Shakespeare

People who like bondage.


Mark Twain

Liars.


Joseph Conrad

People who drink old fashioneds.


Edgar Allan Poe

Men who live in their mother’s basements. Or goth seventh graders.


Dan Brown

People who used to get lost in supermarkets when they were kids.


Anais Nin

Librarians.


Sylvia Plath

Girls who keep journals (too easy).


George Orwell

Conspiracy theorists (too easy).


Nick Hornby

Guys who wear skinny jeans and the girls that love them.


Ernest Hemingway

Men who own cottages.


Friedrich Nietzsche

Sommeliers.


Bret Easton Ellis

Foo Fighters’ fans.


Hunter S Thompson

That kid in your philosophy class with the stupid tattoo.


Cormac McCarthy

Men who don’t eat cream cheese.


Thomas Aquinas

Premature ejaculators.


Terry Goodkind

People who have never been dungeons master but still play D&D.


Stephen King

11th graders who peed their pants while watching the movie It.


H.P. Lovecraft

People who can quote the Comic Book Guy from Simpsons.


Brothers Grimm

Only children with Oedipal complexes.


Lewis Carroll

People who move to Thailand after high school for the drug scene.


C.S. Lewis

Youth group leaders who picked their nose in the 4th grade.


Douglas Adams

People who bought the first generation Amazon Kindle.


Gabriel Garcia Marquez

Men who can’t lie but will instead be silent if they know you don’t want to hear the truth.


David Baldacci

No one. Even the police say Clancy before they’ll say Baldacci.


Virginia Woolf

Female high-school French teachers who have their master’s degree.


Ray Bradbury

People who own golf head covers.


Albert Camus

People who went to art school after “trying it out” at a public university.


Kurt Vonnegut

People who played Creep by Radiohead while having sex or smoking pot. Longer explanation here.


James Joyce

People who do not like John Cusack movies.


Jorge Luis Borges

People who took care of their dying grandparents.


Oscar Wilde

People who can’t resist anything. See also, people who claim they’re going to change but never do.


Truman Capote

People who would never dream of owning anything that could be classified as a “knick-knack”.


Neil Gaiman

People who can name at least two Miyazaki films.

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Kouradianos είπε...

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lopi είπε...

1ον Δεν έχω, ούτε σκοπεύω να αγοράσω Kindle.
2ον Μου αρέσει ο Shakespeare. Χμμμ...
3ον Ακόμα και που μου αρέσει ο Shakespeare, μάλλον θα πέρναγα καλύτερα αν ήμουν βιβλιοθηκάριος. Anais Nin, you kinky bitches?