A “touch-screen reader”? What’s that?
Right, why would a plugger be reading from a touch-screen reader ?
I don’t use one of those electronic readers; I prefer good old fashioned books!
This is true! A dry finger acts like a glove sometimes and has not enough of the body’s electric current flowing for the screen to react to touch. A plugger knows moisture is a good electric conductor.
I sometimes forget and try ‘turning’ pages!
I agree with fierorose – I did the same thing, when I first got my Nook.
I don’t wet my finger to turn a page on the e-reader. I don’t know how to use it in the first place.
A Plugger with an e-reader? What happened to books?
As a gamer and an aspiring novelist. I read books to relieve the stress from looking at a screen all day.
Nothing can replace the printed page!
Ewww! I don’t even do that with paper.
A plugger’s e-reader is needlessly covered in slobber.
People licking their fingers is very disgusting and unsanitary. If I want your saliva on my stuff I’ll ask you, otherwise keep your mucous to yourself. Licking fingers when eating finger foods is the only real acceptable time to do so.
Gary Brookins and Susie MacNelly
June 10, 2017