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    • Be like that tho
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    • Ready Player One
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    • If I finish a good novel, I’ll close it and just sit there wondering how I ended up in this regular, boring ass world. It’s trippy
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    • I use to be able to read for hours on end but now I cant even read a page without getting sidetracked or forgetting nearly instantly what I read
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    • Reading the dictionary, slam it shut then get hit with decades of knowledge. I dissolve into a puddle of goo
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    • Who here read the maze runner series?
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    • Well yeah, a good book takes you to another world. So of course you'd be a bit disoriented coming back to our own
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    • Pretty unique way of describing that feeling. I've always just thought I temporarily left my body to explore the cosmos.
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    • when I finish a good ass story whether it's a show a game or a book, I always just sit there for a bit and dont know how to feel about life
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    • Nothing compares to that feeling when you finish a good ass book. When you're really disoriented, you know you got absorbed into it entirely.
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    • This is an actual think called dysphoria, it occurs when you’ve developed images so vividly in your head that when you stop focusing on your mental picture of the books plot everything becomes disorienting
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    • Percy Jackson had me like
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    • I hate it when you finish your favorite book series and there isn't going to be another.
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    • Dude, I can't even lie. That's how it feels. You get lost in a good ass book and when you're done, you're just like "where the fuck am I!? What year is it!?" It's pretty great.
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    • You know I’ve only done that once in me whole life I was reading the second Percy Jackson
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    • Weed is a hella good book then
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    • *looks up from book* where did the dragon go?
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    • Anyone ever finish a book with oldish English and start speaking like it
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    • Yo Fr tho when I used to be an AVID book reader (now I’m small brain) I used to get really absorbed and be unaware of time and the space around me
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    • This isn't about a book but there was one time I took a nap and the bell rang. I didn't even know where I was or who I was till I was sitting in my next class. I just auto piloted to my next class. It was weird.
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    • This would always happen to when reading Harry Potter after like 3 hours straight. Shit fucked me up lol.
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    • When I finished Heroes of Olympus
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    • Yall hit me with good ass reads, trying to start again
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    • Me after watching devil man crybaby and wondering how fucked up humans actually r
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    • The Reckoners trilogy by Brandon Sanderson is a pretty alright series
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    • It’s hard searching for another to be just as good
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    • I used to be able to stay up entire nights to read. I’d read a book a day, and then start the next. Though, my attention span isn’t what it used to be, I still feel this way after a good fuckin book. Like I’d been transported to a different world and then transported back again.
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    • Bruh thts me when I go through Derealization, if u don’t know what it is, it’s like a panic attack but it makes u more aware of yourself and life and makes everything feel fake or like your viewing urself in Third person
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    • Finishing the holy bible
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    • The Outsiders.. god that book fucked me left and right
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    • Definitely Eragon. Read the entire first book during a power outage and I looked up expecting to see a fucking dragon looking at me
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    • Not a book but when Fallout New Vegas came out I played it over and over again for like 2-3 months straight; I legit forgot grass existed and was confused when I saw it
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    • Is there anything better than pussy YES a book that disorients you
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    • Your brain has to snap out of the story and back to reality
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    • I thought i was the only one! Tbh I enjoy this happening cause I get to read nice books. Magnus chase is my latest one, it was great
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    • We were watching this dope ass movie in school and the bell rang and nobody moved and the teacher turned on the lights and at the exact same moment we all had that "oh shit we're in school" moment
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    • When the teacher calls you out for being on your phone and you lift your book above the desk
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    • I hope the book I’m writing does this
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    • 1984, Fahrenheit 451, Clockwork Orange. Those are books that disturb me the most
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    • Ender's Game.
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    • The Giver by Lois Lowery... That book changed me.
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    • Brave New World and every Harry Potter book. I would get so into those books that I couldn’t hear anything going on around me. Side note: the worst way to be pulled back to reality is your teacher screaming your name when she was talking to someone else. Scared the shit out of me...
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    • This how smart niggas get high? They read a 3 hour book for 6 seconds of eye spirals?
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    • Ah yes, I call it the crash back to reality. When a book is so good you get lost in it and when it's over you have to return to the real world. I love life and don't need an escape, but I love me a good book.
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    • You know a book is good when you're not even consciously reading anymore, you just kind if look at the page and the words fill your mind
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    • I was once reading a book and the main character had something knocked from his hands... I started looking for it to pick it up
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    • Eragon for me. The movie was disappointing though.
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    • Yeah, reading Mein Kampf really changes my surroundings.
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    • Once downed a book in 45 minutes, looked up ,and forgot I was in language arts class.
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    • This goes for games, movies, and a hell lotta other media
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    • Y’all ever play an immersive videogame for so long that you have to remind yourself the people around are actually people and not NPCs?
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    • Me after reading all of the eragon books
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    • *me after finishing the great gatsby*: .....Daisy you ignorant slut!
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    • I know this feeling. When your so intensely fascinated by the story that you as if you are living it with then. When you are immersed in the magic of the world created by the genius author and you come out of it, it’s like waking from a dream.
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    • One time I was reading in a very public place and forgot I was in a very public place and let out the fucking loudest longest and nastiest fart ever and almost all the people in my area looked at me in disgust
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    • A good book really affects you more than any movie
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    • No joke but this actually happens to me all the damn time reading books
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    • I judge a book by if it starts to play like a movie in my head while im reading
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    • Been there when I was reading a book at the beginning of class and then class starts I was like where tf am I?
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    • you ever read a good ass book with a sad ending and you have to sit there and act like you didnt just experiance the adventure mentally and feel empty inside
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    • 1984 made me feel like this.
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    • Me after reading "Green eggs and ham"
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    • That’s actually a pretty good way to rate it
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    • In Spanish class we had a sub and I tried to sneakily read. I ended up having my name called several times and didn't hear it. Friend tapped me and I look up to see a class of 20 looking at me. Great book 10/10
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    • i swear i saw my living room moving when i finished harry potter and the half blood prince
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    • Everyone in this comment section is just as cringy as this shitty meme
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    • Yooo, the Eragon series had me fucked up whenever I would stop reading.
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    • What is this? What is the word for the sensation?
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    • Thats how I judge pussy
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    • My cat died yesterday like if you agree
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    • Percy Jackson gang, where you all at?
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    • Start reading a good ass book then somehow the next time u look up it's dark out and u missed dinner.
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    • For me its the inheritance cyclec
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    • I’m really feeling like a grilled cheese by god “herself”
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    • I actually just started reading for the first time since I had to in high school yesterday and I'm rather enjoying it
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    • That's actually a dissociative trance state. Good for you.
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    • 1984- George Orwelll
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    • OHHHH MY GOD I FINALLY UNDERSTAND THE FEELING AFTER FINISHING A SERIES LIKE A SHOW HILY FUCK I UNDERSTAND WHY I ALWAYS WANNA KILL MYSELF AFTER THEM
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    • Games do the same thing with me after a 12 hour binge
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    • You know it's good when you catch yourself worried for your own safety during dangerous situations for the protag or physically mimicking the protags in small ways when there doing exciting things
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    • I have the same feeling but much bigger after finishing benging an anime
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    • As an avided reader I can confirm this is true
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    • Wheel of Time
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    • Divergent series
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    • Me in 5th grade with Wings of Fire
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    • The Dresden Files, is like this. Amazing book series.
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    • The best/worst feeling is *waking up* after reading for hours and your whole body is stiff and you stretch, its orgasmic.
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    • Read a book once that all it did was make me really appreciate muslims, it wasn't even about that, I just really appreciated muslims afterward, it was "The Alchemist" if anyone's wondering
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    • And then you are pulled back to reality where nobody loves you and life sucks.
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    • Maybe its cos you imagine it in your mind and become so fixated on it and when its finished, so is the imaginating of it. So you become hella confused
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    • Anybody got some good book suggestions? I don’t mind the genre just looking for something good to read.
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    • Same with games. After playing through fallout 4 in one day, I went to get a glass of water, but kept waiting for the prompt to show up and to press A.
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    • One time it was reading time in like 2nd grade and I squeeze behind a bookshelf to read peacefully and read forever when I decide to look away everyone was at their seats and I got in trouble and had to pull the yellow stick and had to call my mom
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    • Everyone coming out of the theater after endgame and not knowing what to do
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    • It's like you get pulled in so far that when you put it down everything just seems off
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    • Same with movies I remember feeling like this after I watched interstellar
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