Today’s question is suggested by Carrie.
What’s the most desperate thing you’ve read because it was the only available reading material?
If it was longer than a cereal box or an advertisement, did it turn out to be worth your while?
Don’t forget to leave a link to your actual response (so people don’t have to go searching for it) in the comments—or if you prefer, leave your answers in the comments themselves!
Going to squeeze this in!
Man, I can't stop reading. I've thought of this before. If it's in front of my face, I read it. As an experiment, I tried not to read once. It wasn't possible. I was thinking to myself about how the illiterate see the world. I couldn't imagine it. I've been reading for so long I feel like I've been born reading. How bewildering it must be for those who can't read.
So, I've read cereal boxes, brochures, flyers, dictionaries anything. If it's there, I'm going to read it.