So Twitter user TraceOddity just HAD to go and spoil everybody’s notebook buying fun and posted this…
I don’t know who needs to hear this, but you already have six blank notebooks at home.
— beautiful screaming lady (@TraceOddity) April 13, 2019
Who are you to tell me my business about buying things that I’ll never use, huh!?
Well, she did. She told us all.
And yes, I’m not alone.
People buying notebooks just because they f*cking can is a very real phenomenon and now I don’t feel all alone in the world.
Franchesca Ramsey feels me!
save the subtweets and @ me next time ok? pic.twitter.com/jG5DoDTJgV
— Franchesca Ramsey (@chescaleigh) April 14, 2019
And yes, we’ve been seen…
I HAVE BEEN READ
— Lauren Duca (@laurenduca) April 14, 2019
— Amanda Deibert ?️? (@amandadeibert) April 14, 2019
Because we DO use them. Maybe not as much to your liking, but we do!
They are not BLANK. They each have 2-4 pages messed up.
— quing of the dykes (@hooligantactix) April 13, 2019
But Cary is out here to prove she’s the queen of buying sh^t she doesn’t need.
Six is for amateurs. pic.twitter.com/aK6XDf4JvX
— Cary Barbor (@Bksandauthors) April 14, 2019
And yes, it is different. Don’t @ me.
BUT THIS ONE IS DIFFERENT
— stars?and✨sh^t? (@StelliJelliBell) April 13, 2019
This one is different too! Literally!
Yes but on the other hand look at this cool notebook I got on clearance at Target pic.twitter.com/NQUGqu24sU
— CorinaCorina ??? (@CorinaCorina) April 14, 2019
Our friends know we love notebooks! It’s not our fault!
I got this notebook from my friend? for my birthday in Feb. I loved it so much, I took a picture of it. It is in pristine condition and it not written in. Hush your mouth? pic.twitter.com/li8Nl3ys01
— Blackonbothsides (@Biographer1986) April 14, 2019
And sometimes, we just like the stickers. So shut up!
But this one I’m bout to get has label stickers. I’m really paying for the stickers and got the book free pic.twitter.com/k9capq045d
— Him-Pasta (@PrimoDino17) April 13, 2019
Our grand plan? Be the kings and queens of paper when it is extinct.
One day, when we complete the transition to a paperless society, Staples will sell its last notebook, and on that day, we who have routinely bought blank notebooks with no regard for our current stash will be sitting on RICHES.
— Kim Siegel (@siegelka) April 14, 2019
We won this argument, I think.