We've gotten another Book Revolution entry for May - this is from one of our newest (but no less passionate!) book lovers, Green Angel:
"I do not remember when I start reading, but I was quite young. My mother loved reading, and had a lot of books. In some ways, I might have stolen her passion, because she does not take the time to read anymore. During my childhood, my books were an escape. My familial situation was really bad (it is still the case ha ha), and I was friendless. So, I had to find something to stay alive. Reading allowed me to be in my bubble when needed. Not only was it an escape, but also it prevented from hurting myself (was not always successful). Even though I keep reading, the reasons are different.
Even when I was young, I appreciated the knowledge brought by the authors about different subjects. It was also another way to learn new vocabulary words, or how to write. It is amazing how a book can teach you plenty of new stuff. Furthermore, you have the opportunity to share with other books-goers like you. I could talk on and on about reading, but 1Q84 is calling me…"
Thanks for sharing with us, Green Angel. Mucho hugs from us :)
AAaaaaaahhahahaahahha and SO TRUE! At least that's what I'm hoping for!
Sploosh goes my panties. Biggest turn on ever.
The Deftones are an amazing band and I (Cara) have even had the privilege of seeing them live at The Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver. It was awesome.
Here is the sexiest library in the world mixed with a bloody (teehee) phenomenal song. This makes me want to get dirty naked and dance all sexy. Prrrrrrrrrr.
*Skip the ad at the beginning when it pops up!!
What makes it more amazing is the comments below:
"This is still the strangest tampon commercial I've ever seen...who at Tampax thought this would be a good idea? Because it WAS."
"This song/video totally turns me on. Chino, if I wasn't such a lesbian I'd totally rail you to this song."
"Shit have I been going to the wrong library"
And my personal favourite as I still have no idea how the F it relates at all:
"i like fucking people i dont like outside in the snow."
A Thanks to @StealHrt for this link! Xo
See if you can incorporate any of these words into your conversations today. Because Christ knows kids these days need some vocab lessons. I can only hear the word "like" interjected so many times into a sentence before my brains try to make a run for it by exploding out of my ears in frightening arcs of gore. Or something akin to that.
Find me this book. I'll mail it to every broad who's been on Maury. Or, most probably, keep it for myself.
Just in case.