Care to go on a book blind date?12:45 PM
So let me tell you the story. I'm assuming this happened on Valentines Day . The details are foggy. It was raining. Wind wa...
So let me tell you the story.
It was raining. Wind was blowing, some hats were falling off people's heads, umbrellas everywhere, it was chaos! The stupid ones moved on with their pity, peasant lives, the clever ones sought refuge to the nearest library. AND THEY HIT JACKPOT!!
Basically, there were wrapped up books in a certain library in a certain place that I believe it was Narnia, that even had 'dating profiles' (so, I heard you like badass boyfriends? CHECK OUT ASH FROM THE IRON FEY SERIES! You like boring, clueless, negative IQ characters? BOO! GET THE HELL OUT!).
You wouldn't know what the book was, obviously, until you bought it (So that's how Fifty Shades of Grey sold so many copies, now it makes perfect sense!). Assuming they're not trolling you into buying something you'd never dream of reading, THIS IS THE BEST IDEA EVER!
Wish my library did this. But they don't have imagination at all. They suck. How can you work at a library and lack such skill, such talent, such way of thinking? Ugh they make me sick.
So what would you do if your library ever did this? Would you buy a book? Would you stare like a stalker at someone who bought one and see what it was?