Also about Books+45If Harry has a part of Voldemort's soul inside him, how come the basilisk fang didn't destroy it. amirite?
Also about life+78Life is like a RPG. You level up on your birthday, and gain various skills such as 'walking' and 'dancing' on the way. School is like the newbie zone, where you get free healing food and get taught everything you need to know. Then by the end of the newbie zone you get to choose your class (fireman, scientist, etc...) and you spend the rest of your RPG life completing quests before deadlines and earning money. But the only thing missing is respawn. amirite?
Also about life and book+245Ever had a moment in life when something so small had a monumental impact on you?It could be a comment, a whisper, a line in a book.It was something that ignited a spark within you; that you could never forget.And these somethings are the births of dreams, the molding of characters.They are the beauties of life, and the quiet moments where life makes sense, amirite?
Also about life and book-235Sometimes you read a book and imagine the characters looking like your friends and acquaintances, and so when you next see these friends and acquaintances in real life, it's tough differentiating between their real-life personality and their book personality. Amirite?
Also about Books+69Opening a book and flipping to where the spine is bent is the same as going to autocompleted URLs in the search bar. amirite?
Also about life+383When life gives you lemons, fuck it in the ass and give life lemon-aids. amirite?
Also about book and titled+151Children's books these days are way too predictable and unrealistic. Somebody should start a series where they write real world versions of fairy tales; the first book could be titled: "Cinderalla: What Actually Happened" And the story would be exactly like the original, except no singing animals or fairy godmothers and the book ends when Cinderella dies at age 50 after 30 years of grueling labor, amirite?
Also about life+454The Tortoise and the Hare was one of the worst stories to convey a moral - yes, being slow and patient may help in some areas of life, and being too cocky isn't a good thing, but in a real life speed race, your opponent isn't going take a nap halfway through, amirite?