Saturday, December 24, 2011

Obsession - A Donut.

I broke up with my obsession yesterday. We parted on friendly terms. I thought my infatuation with Edward Norton would go on forever, however it lasted less than two weeks. After stalking him on twitter --> his tweets were really boring and didn't satisfy me at all, staring at his pictures, watching all of his movies (even the sucky ones like Death to Smoochy), and posting a really silly blogpost about him, my obsession turned into indifference. It was my first crazy celeb crush and hopefully my last. And such a relief it is. Now I can concentrate back on my plan --> taking over the world. Unfortunately my plan won't work for another thousands years. 

So, am putting Edward Norton into my secret book --> The Great Book Of Obsession (the things I obsess and dream about) by Anonymous.

It has a long lists of things Anonymous had loved and ditched over the years. The cover page also has a warning: Highly contagious. You might want to obsess yourself. If you have found it then I beg you not to read it, it will only waste your time. By the way page 107504 has the exact thing I warned you about.


Current maddening obsessions: Peanuts. Inheritance cycle. Internet. Procrastination.

So, who went to Karachi International Bookfair? Anyone? ANYONE? I went twice, spent all my savings on just 9 books and didn't even feel satisfied. I wanted to spend the whole day there browsing and buying books if my parents had let me. I have decided I absolutely love bookfairs. Even KIBF with its snobbish highly priced load of books. Even in school when most of the kids couldn't care less, the yearly bookfair and library time were few of the things I really looked forward to (the others being: lunch break and morning presentations).

So.. I'll blog-walk for a while. I miss stalking your awesome blogs, guys. This 3 months long study-leave is not going well with me. Cannot study, cannot have fun. Sick.

May the stars watch over you. <-- a symptom of obsession with Inheritance cycle.

Sidrah xx o(^-^)o    


Ovais said...

I love Inheritance.
You made me smile. Thank you.

quartertoinsane said...

a couple of things...
--> you should gone with eisenhiem...
--> what is the inheritance cycle
--> whn u nxt visit kibf, jst ask the book sellers for their visitng cards, they have better prices at their shops...

PS: u can also use the readersclub service, its good...

Beyond Timid said...

Thanks for this post. I'm going break up with my obsession too now.

P.S. I'm serious.

Anonymous said...

EEEEEEEeeeeeeeeeee.... agreed on the study thing :)
but i srsly wanted to go at the book fair par as always.... busy with other stuffs :)
Stay blessed :)

AcetylCholine said...

I don't know what Inheritance cycle is. Or Edward Norton. Sigh.
Google kahan hai bhae.

Sidrah said...

I did? =0

- Eisenhiem is Edward Norton
- Google Inheritance cycle.
- I'll see

Readers club sell books? or lend?

lol =p

Am proud of you.

Google is your answer.

Blasphemous Aesthete said...

Book Fair is the place where I realized that my pocket money isn't enough, and now I realize, I ain't earning enough :D

Happy book reading!

Blasphemous Aesthete

quartertoinsane said...

-no he isnt, hes eisenhiem :P
-oh, that... i thought it was some medical thing...

dey hav both thing, the selling part is under another name i think...

Sidrah said...

for me he is Norton =p
And I'll check out the readers club thingy.

@Blasphemous Aesthete
I can understand =D

Sana Castellano said...

What is Inheritance Cycle? Reminds me of ur great grand dads spanish diary!
I told you a crush doesnt last long =P DONUTS, I love love love. I havent had any momphalee this winter , how sad!
You study well, you always do. =D I hope we get to celebrate birthdays together! =P BOOKFAIR was funnnnn... I got 9 books too! =D Loved the blog post.