The most powerful thing that I learnt from this book is that: Love is never enough.
Fresh & Crisp
With such a conflict of ideals, how does marriage come into play in a feminist discussion?
There is something for everyone.
Poetry, mature dialogues, and humour – all come together in a combination which is difficult to bring together.
Popularity is a performance.
Nobody is sad anymore, they’re
tensed. Nobody has a bad day,
they have a breakdown.
We don’t have to replicate them, we have to take pride in being the messed up generation that we are.
#2. Bride’s friends will check out the groom’s friends. A silent competition as to who is more fun is always going on.
Our planet needs no saving. We do.
“I will take solo trips every month.”
I remember each and every remark, unsolicited advice and jibes made at my looks and weight.
The sad part is I have no grudge against him.
Make Saturday nights movie nights!
I just don’t want to drink or smoke.
Confrontations don’t scare you one bit.
#1. Full House
Her own actions, is slowly giving way to the acceptance of the term – consent.
But, I love him!
Marriage is not the end of a woman’s career. It is just an event.
It simply (does not) work(s)!
Real friends get you in trouble as much as they help you get out of it.
He was inspired and intrigued by cane furniture which is flexible and bent but still takes human body weight.
In this assumed authority of being a senior, we forget the hard time we had when we were juniors.
Love, friendship and everything that matters.
A guy roaming till midnight holding a can of beer is no breach of discipline.
#4. Listen to all kinds of music.
Feels more painful than a break-up, to be honest.
Take a minute to think how difficult it must’ve been because they couldn’t even tell you about it.
One should never live in a box!
“You know, sometimes I feel like I am not designed to be held on to.”