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  • 1. Jen  |  November 26th, 2008 at 8:57 am

    If only more people had this “problem”…

  • 2. Jane Lebak  |  November 27th, 2008 at 5:10 am

    My Patient Husband says the difference between this and harmful addictions is that eventually a harmful addiction (such as drinking or heroin) will kill you, and then you’re dead and you stop buying booze or heroin.

    But nonharmful addictions don’t have the same warning sign, and they will not kill you, and therefore you will never stop buying books or yarn.

  • 3. CricketB  |  December 3rd, 2008 at 9:51 am

    You can be sociable and knitt at the same time (except for some patterns), so I like it for visiting. You can also knit while watching subtitled anime with friends, or during long car drive (whereas reading will often trigger carsickness.) Not easy to knitt during a board game, though — my turn always comes around just as I have to check a count. Books, however, are more portable (unless I spend my reading budget on that set interchangable cable needles with super-short ends, but then I’d also have to break my projects on the go at a time limit.

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