n. A person who is addicted to bookahol. [book-uh-hol-ik, -haw-lik]
This condition is characterized by a need for bookahol that cannot be sated by sources of IV Bookahol. A bookhaholic often reads more than fifty pages a day, but these don't count (in determining bookaholism) if they are from a textbook that is being studied for a grade. The best way to determine if a person is a bookaholic is to tally how many pages they read in a month. If that averages more than fifty pages a day, they may be bookaholic. If that averages to be over one hundred pages a day, they are bookaholic.
Because the Universe of Universe is inhabited by humans who use writing to communicate, a lot of people are casual or unintentional users of bookahol. A select population manage to be frequent users without graduating to bookaholism. A person fits into one of the following categories if they qualify for at least three of the bulleted points in that category.
In determining your category: If you have read this far down the page, you are not an unintentional user. If you read more than five pages on this website, then you are definitely a frequent user. If you have read more than ten webpages in a sitting, or at least 50% of the site, you are a bookaholic.
A frequent user is often defined as someone who:
A casual user is often defined as someone who:
An unintentional user is someone who:
This person is able to attend a modicum of social engagements, but they have a book less than five minutes away at all times. (See Functioning Bookaholism)