There is a type of person who prefers reading by text page or printed page rather than pdf file or web browser. Can I ask how come we call this type of person?
Update: I have a look around and see that: In informal English, we can combine a noun with “person” to mean “I am a person who prefers (noun)” or “My personality is compatible with (noun).”
I’m a people person.
I’m a morning person.
Are you a paper person or a digital person?
Are you a physical book person or an e-book person?
Because this is informal English, the meaning might not be immediately clear to everyone. The speaker may have to clarify their exact meaning. So is "physical book person" normally used among English speakers and acceptable in informal cases then?