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Just another Meme


This one i picked up from Work in progress.Its around 3 am here, and as i am having some apricots[ I love the smell of apricots] I will do a meme to pass it on to members.

The Books You’ve Been Planning To Read For Ages: The Holy Gita.Cant think of any other.Yes Mein kempf is lying half read since ages too.

The Books You’ve Been Hunting For Years Without Success: I will say P.G woodhouse ones. Its not that i don't find them i just didn't try harder.Aashi had asked me to read them.
The Books Dealing with Something You’re Working on at the Moment: Every book i read, teaches me something about life.Life is something i am working on at the moment.
The Books You Want To Own So They’ll Be Handy Just In Case: Some books on Vastu, zodiacs,astrology etc.I generally don't use dictionaries a lot, still i have one my dad used years ago and my sis used in her engineering days.
The Books You Could Put Aside Maybe To Read This Summer: There are many,i buy 3-4 together so they are lying there.
The Books You Need To Go With Other Books On Your Shelves: Ya ya very good question.See, i need the full series of books written by Enid Blyton,especially the famous five one. Agatha Christie, Sidney Sheldon etc etc.And AListair Maclean i forgot.
The Books That Fill You With Sudden, Inexplicable Curiosity, Not Easily Justified: Murder mysteries.Crime. Such books.You getting the picture na?

The Books That If You Had More Than One Life You Would Certainly Also Read But Unfortunately Your Days Are Numbered: See, i don't answer difficult questions, especially those which involve my brains, but Avril is singing on my speakers so i will answer it.Huh.Classics.Those classics you know, the hardcore English language classics.The merchant of Venice, kinds. Unabridged. I will read if you give me another life.But i don't want another life.Give it to someone who needs it :P

Books Read Long Ago That It’s Now Time To Reread: I Never read a book again, which i have once read.No re reading for me.
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So everyone on the blog has to do this.Special note should be taken by Aashi, Reeti and Mystique wanderer for whom this is compulsory :-)
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