Okay, so I don't enjoy reading at all, but if I gotta do it, it'll be something non-fictional. However, I always hear my friends feeling like they're some accomplished scholar for reading rather than saying, watching TV or playing a video game. Now if they read some educational book I'd agree. But here they are reading some stupid fiction book like Hunger Games or whatever pretending they "learned" something. It's just words on a damn page about fictional characters, nothing with more substance than a good TV show or video game! The only thing you have the potential to learn in a fictional book that isn't as common in well-written TV shows is maybe vocabulary, and I'm pretty sure nobody reads fictional books for that purpose. I'm pretty sure reading something as dumb as Twilight is just as bad as watching Jersey Shore or some shit, while if you're reading something worthwhile with an actual plotline, it's still just the same as watching any well-written TV show. I don't really care if people read as a hobby or anything, do what you like, but it really pisses me off if people think they are "learning" and "smarter" than say, someone who would rather watch TV in their free time, for reading some poorly-written teen romance novel with no substance.