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Flowchart Friday: Snap Judgement Edition

Brenna Clarke Gray

Staff Writer

Part muppet and part college faculty member, Brenna Clarke Gray holds a PhD in Canadian Literature while simultaneously holding two cats named Chaucer and Swift. It's a juggling act. Raised in small-town Ontario, Brenna has since been transported by school to the Atlantic provinces and by work to the Vancouver area, where she now lives with her stylish cyclist/webgeek husband and the aforementioned cats. When not posing by day as a forserious academic, she can be found painting her nails and watching Degrassi (through the critical lens of awesomeness). She posts about graphic narratives at Graphixia, and occasionally she remembers to update her own blog, Not That Kind of Doctor. Blog: Not That Kind of Doctor Twitter: @brennacgray

(Yeah, I spell judgement like a Canadian. Deal with it.)

You know how sometimes you see someone reading a book, and you want to judge them — you want to judge them so hard — but you can’t think of what to say? There’s a flowchart for that! This flowchart teaches you how to make snap judgements about Twilight readers, but feel free to include any other texts you’d like to know how to judge people about in the comments below. Do you need to judge a Tom Clancy fan or a comic book nerd? I want to help you. I might make this a thing.

(And before you type an angry response, please read this post.  Thanks.)