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So, tell me what is your imagination like when you read a fiction book?


A. I can see the characters and scenery clearly as if I was right there.

B. I make up my own characters to fit the scenes in the book.

C. I watch everything happen as if I was watching a movie.

D. I can't visualize when I read/I lack the proper imagination.

E. Other(explain in your comment).

My Turn:

I select D.


Enjoy!!!!
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I can visualize what I've read, but typically not at the same time I'm reading it. Slows my reading speed way down.
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It's like watching a movie for me.
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My imagination sucks
I need pictures to help

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hmm

A and C
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A and C as well. My imagination is pretty powerful. However, it's also very jumpy, so I manage to makes myself immersed and taken out of the experience by the same brain.
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qualeshia3 wrote:

Let me know if a thread like this one exist or not.
Thanks a bunches.


So, tell me what is your imagination like when you read a fiction book?


A. I can see the characters and scenery clearly as if I was right there.

B. I make up my own characters to fit the scenes in the book.

C. I watch everything happen as if I was watching a movie.

D. I can't visualize when I read/I lack the proper imagination.

E. Other(explain in your comment).

My Turn:

I select D.


Enjoy!!!!


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C

Reading erotica will do that to you.
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Oh wow.
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TheUpbringer wrote:

A and C as well. My imagination is pretty powerful. However, it's also very jumpy, so I manage to makes myself immersed and taken out of the experience by the same brain.


My imagination only gets like that when it comes to writing a story.
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C

I have a extremely vivid imagination when it comes to reading. Not only do I see everything in Ultra HD but I also see what the characters are seeing and what's being described, I smell what they smell and hear what they do. Not literally but close enough. It's like a giant movie theater in my mind which is awesome but it sucks too because you'd think with all the literature I've read I would be a much better writer but I can never make myself notice the actual words I'm reading. I can only see the scenes playing out. I stop myself all the time while reading and realize I haven't seen a single word I just read and I was trying to pay attention to the language used, how the words are set up, grammar, punctuation, etc. but no matter how many times I try to see the words the movie starts playing again. This only works on a good book or a really good book. Nothing ruins that big movie screen like a poorly written book.
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I have a extremely vivid imagination when it comes to reading. Not only do I see everything in Ultra HD but I also see what the characters are seeing and what's being described, I smell what they smell and hear what they do. Not literally but close enough. It's like a giant movie theater in my mind which is awesome but it sucks too because you'd think with all the literature I've read I would be a much better writer but I can never make myself notice the actual words I'm reading. I can only see the scenes playing out. I stop myself all the time while reading and realize I haven't seen a single word I just read and I was trying to pay attention to the language used, how the words are set up, grammar, punctuation, etc. but no matter how many times I try to see the words the movie starts playing again. This only works on a good book or a really good book. Nothing ruins that big movie screen like a poorly written book.


You are so lucky!
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Do you eat popcorn when you read? I'm just joking with ya!
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(E) It's kinda vague most of the time but still enjoyable.
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Do you eat popcorn when you read? I'm just joking with ya!


How did you know I eat popcorn...........................wait a second......................................THE NSA HAS FOUND ME.THEY KNOW MY SECRETS.......OFF TO RUSSIA!

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