Who DOESN’T love Veronica Roth’s ‘Divergent’ series?
But sometimes that ‘love’ can evolve into flat-out ‘fangasm’. It’s nothing to be ashamed of, you should take pride in it, but just in case you weren’t sure, here are some signs and symptoms that you might be a ‘Divergent’
1. You’ve sorted all of your friends and family members into factions, and will often address them as such, whether they like it or not.
2. When you come across a closed door you don’t just knock… You knock twice, three times, then six times.
3. You’re making toast and seriously consider using a spoon because a butter knife makes you think of Edward. And makes your eye itch.
4. FOUR is not just a number. It shall never simply be a single digit ever again. Similarly, saying ‘how Euridite of you’ after someone states the obvious isn’t annoying. It’s witty.
4. You use ‘I’m not in Amity’ as an excuse for being rude or obnoxious. #sass
5. Similarly, saying ‘how Euridite of you’ after someone states the obvious isn’t annoying. It’s witty.
6. You often find yourself asking WWTD? (What Would Tris Do?)
7. Eating Dauntless cake is essential at every meal. Essential.
What’s the prognosis? If you found yourself smiling and nodding along to this list then it’s pretty safe to say you’re a fangirl. #sorrynotsorry
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