Friday, 30 September 2011

They Call it Love? Will then, I call it PHOTOGRAPHY!

Delirium by: Lauren Oliver

Delirium (Delirium, #1)Delirium by Lauren Oliver

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

In dystopian future in city names Portland, where love is considered a disease and a cure is mandatory for every individual at the age of 18, lives a 17 year-old girl named Lena. At the beginning, Lena wishes for the cure before it is time, she wanted to reach the hallucination shores of safety, happiness, and all the other lies that the cure has to offer. Then, why not? A love free life, no more worries about being heart broken, or struggle to find the perfect match of your dreams. It does sound fascinating, you no longer care about anybody, your match had been already made for you, the evaluators will plan your life, all you have to do is live it, be a good citizen and you'll get all the amazing things the cure has to offer!
But what kind of life is that? \if we don't love, make our own choices, enjoy our selves and even make mistakes, then what is the point of it?
Delirium by Lauren Oliver is indeed a great read, which I totally loved :)

Wednesday, 14 September 2011


Mixed up babies in the hospital
In a hospital, in the maternity section, four new born babies get mixed-up. There is a German baby, a Jewish baby, an Indian baby, and an Emarati baby (Arab Emirates).

The nurse, who was responsible for the problem, goes up to the doctor panic stricken, and asks for some help. The doctor, extremely self-confident tells her not to worry. He goes to the room where the four babies are and shouts: "HAIL HITLER" 
Instantly the German baby gives the military salute, while the Jewish baby shits in his pants, and the Emarati baby tells the Indian baby "Clean the shit!!!"

Tuesday, 13 September 2011


I am afraid of being alone, for the rest of life.. of losing those whom I love.