Personally, I was never the cool kid. I was always sort of a bookworm.— Zac Efron
Most Powerful Bookworms quotations
I was a bookworm, and very skinny with big, thick glasses.
I never went on dates and guys were afraid of me because I was smart. So I got contact lenses, started to dress a little better and tried not to talk about Plato with boys. It worked!
When the Day of Judgment dawns and people, great and small, come marching in to receive their heavenly rewards, the Almighty will gaze upon the mere bookworms and say to Peter, “Look, these need no reward. We have nothing to give them. They have loved reading.
She is a real bookworm. I think she lives on print. Her whole house is full of books - looks as if she likes them better than human company.
I'd basically described myself: a quiet, studious bookworm who would go to bed at a decent hour. A non-partier who wouldn't bring a parade of boys through our room, or make it the floor headquarters for beer pong.
I was a bookworm. Every week I'd go to the library and get seven books. Remember libraries? I wonder if people still go. And I learned about everything from the library. I came from a Scottish family. Old school.
A bookworm in bed with a new novel and a good reading lamp is as much prepared for pleasure as a pretty girl at a college dance.
Certain bookworms eat books. Eat them, swear in them, spill things on them.
I think the part I enjoy most is reading the scripts and screening films because I'm a bookworm and a movie buff.
For the true bookworm it is sometimes hard to distinguish between what one has experienced and what one has read. We know that this is odd and even a little demented. But there it is. We are uneasy in a void with no book.
I've always been a bookworm. As I mentioned, I moved around a lot, and one of the problems with being the new kid is it takes a while to make new friends. But I always had my books.
Anyways, I am a nerd, bookworm, geek.
.. whatever you want to call me. I'm the type of person that would rather sit down and read a good book than go out and party.
I won't be sad too often, If they bury me in the library With bookworms in my coffin.
To lose yourself in a book is the desire of the bookworm. I mean to be taken. That is my desire.
The moment Aunt March took her nap, or was busy with company, Jo hurried to this quiet place, and curling herself up in the easy chair, devoured poetry, romance, history, travels, and pictures like a regular bookworm.
For a bookworm like Mother, a Brontë novel sister was better than a biological one.
Personally, I was never the cool kid.
I was always sort of a bookworm. I would just like to be more like Troy, because he's so cool.
I'm a bookworm. I know with my physical appearance that I don't look like the typical reader. I'm in Barnes & Noble all the time, and you can look at people that look like they are supposed to be in there. I am in there, pants sagging, hat backwards.
I'm such a bookworm, and I'm such a people-watcher.
It took the Internet a while to catch on in Ireland, because the culture there is, you go to the pub and talk to people there, and that's how you get the news and all the gossip. You just do it face to face. And culturally, you just couldn't understand.
I was a bookworm who aced every test - until third grade, when my teacher handed out a pop quiz about Jesus and the Apostles.
I was really lucky. I had a really great opportunity. I went to an all girls, very small private school from seventh grade all the way to graduating. It was so wonderful because the focus was school at school...and during the week I could be that nerdy bookworm of a girl, and do six hours of homework at night.
I was a huge bookworm as a kid, and you could usually find me reading something with a dragon on its cover.
When I was in my 20s, I was a bookworm - spent 12 hours of the day in the library. How I met George, I'll never know.
[Emerson] was interested not in the bookworm, not even in the thinker, only in Man Thinking.
Unlike many graduate fellowships, the Rhodes seeks leaders who will 'fight the world's fight.' They must be more than mere bookworms. We are looking for students who wonder, students who are reading widely, students of passion who are driven to make a difference in the lives of those around them and in the broader world.
I grew up being very shy, very much a bookworm, and I remember desperately wondering how to be accepted by the popular kids.
When I was young, I did actually model and was much photographed by famous photographers. But I was always a bookworm.
I am a bookworm. For play, I bury myself in the corners of libraries and read.
Ah, how lucky are the lieutenants, the six-foot Junkers, and all the rest of the Don Juan clan!... The bookworm, be he ever so decent and clever, is really only pleasing to himself and a small handful of others. The world passes him by and beckons to life and beauty ... to gay and handsome creatures to whom the hearts of their fellow men continue to turn.
Hence, instead of Man Thinking, we have the bookworm.
Hence, the book-learned class, who value books, as such; not as related to nature and the human constitution, but as making a sort of Third Estate with the world and the soul. Hence, the restorers of readings, the emendators, the bibliomaniacs of all degrees.
Yes, we'll have to put a stop to this bookworming. No future in that.
I know what I should love to do - to build a study;
to write, and to think of nothing else. I want to bury myself in a den of books. I want to saturate myself with the elements of which they are made, and breathe their atmosphere until I am of it. Not a bookworm, being which is to give off no utterances; but a man in the world of writing - one with a pen that shall stop men to listen to it, whether they wish to or not.