Thursday, 21 January 2010
Well I think that my action would depend on my friend and her/his partner. If my friend is "kind of OK" with the thought that her/his partner might be unfaithful but she/he doesn't want to know anything about it, then I wouldn't say anything about it.
I would instead go and talk to her/his partner and promise him that if he/she will ever hurt my friend then I would hunt him(or her) down.
And if my friend later finds out about the afair and that I knew about it, I would feel better not telling her then ruin her happiest day.
If I would know that she is REALLY against sexual nonmonogamy then I would tell her.
My friend would blade me for whatever I would do, either for ruining her day or for not telling her.
Wednesday, 20 January 2010
This movie doesn't make you feel happy.
Ouch. Well my first tought was that I would never be able to kill my own son and I would rather see someone - innocent, but not that important to me - die.
Tuesday, 19 January 2010
Tips nr. 1
A Thousand Splendid Suns - by Khaled Hosseini
I think that this book is brilliant. It opened my eyes to an other world and helped me to understand it better. It made me realize how thankfull I should be for what I've got. To be honest it changed my point of view and and I include this often in my analysis and comparisons.
READ MORE ABOUT A Thousand Splendid Suns HERE!!!
Or buy it here.
Tips nr. 2
jPod - by Douglas Coupland
Not many books make me laught, but with this one I fell off the chair many times.
I admit that the beginning of the book is not that interesting and you don't want to continue reading. But after the first couple of chapters you get used to the writer's style and you star to understand the ironic and complicated humor. After a while you just can't let the book go out of your hands.
READ MORE ABOUT THIS jPod HERE!!!
Or buy it here.