no gut instinct telling me anything here unlike in the I/E test.
but I'll go with book because I pay more attention to reading a book than to eating food in general
typical of me, I start eating, my attention stays with the food for a second, enjoying the taste of it for a second but then I will "wander" elsewhere, I'll talk, look around, think, anything, but easiest is just to read a book to kill the time while eating.
I used to read a lot as a kid, now quite honestly I only read a book when I'm eating.. I still like reading though, just other things take my attention more often
are you kidding? the experience is all about what thoughts, revelations, and insights the material provokes...not about reading every word.
rather funny how different people can be.
my reading experience is about experiencing the story. I don't care about extrra thoughts and insights being provoked. not even if I read non-fiction, e.g. some theoretical material that requires thinking, instead of generating whatever extra ideas, I prefer to fully understand what I'm reading. though yes that understanding process may involve getting insights about what the things mean... just when I'm reading fiction is when I totally wouldn't want anything else coming to my mind. I just follow the story, get fully involved in it etc etc. and I guess the insights that I may have when reading theory are also closely related to the reading material that's being understood by me, so it just means i'm more fully involved in that as well.
with easy fiction, I also skip a lot of words but only because I can follow the story faster that way I skip only unimportant little details