Harry Potter Quotes That Will Make Your PG Life A Bit More Magical

When you think about love, medical you probably picture the essential mating ritual where Jeetendra prances around and does his thang, while Sridevi gyrates her hips. O... You don't? Just me then I guess. My bad.

Hate to break it to you, love is overly romanticized. Falling in love is exciting and all  but it's due to chemicals released in the brain. I know it might be a bit hard to believe but there is no grand music or waltzing dancers in the background when you fall head over heels for someone. If there is, you probably are high or just schizophrenic

My friend, love is nothing but a resplendent orchestra of chemicals composed by your miniature brain ( I kid. I kid)*. Although the science behind love isn’t extremely romantic, it is quite fascinating. There is a whole lot of biology involved in it which may actually rid love of it's amorous essence. So let's get right to it :

Crazy in love : 

Don't be going cray cray
P.C

Remember Shahrukh going bananas over Ka... Ka... Ka... Kiran. That's totally possible. When you are in love, the level of serotonin in your brain spikes to a point where it virtually mirrors that of a person with obsessive-compulsive disorder. This is why you cannot seem to think of anyone else but your smoldering neighbour or your lover. Both if you are lucky. Love, homies, can literally drive you crazy and in some cases retarded.

Love and other drugs : 

The Mask
P.C

Remember the empowering sensation you experience after you beat your four years old nephew at chess? That's dopamine kicking in. It is a chemical manufactured by your brain which gives you a rush of pleasure and happiness. Dopamine is released during the initial attraction stage and also while using cocaine and nicotine. Hence when you fall in love or snort coke, you feel invincible. Hmmm.. Weird why is there no law against love.

Blind Flurry : 

Blind Love
P.C

I am pretty sure there were times when your close friends criticized you for dating a hippo but you couldn't care less because they were dead wrong. Now what if I tell you they weren't. You see love induces an evolutionary blindness which is critical to move forward in your relationship so that you could reproduce even if it is with a hippo. Awww did I hurt you sentiment?

Love yourself : 

Narcissis
P.C

Stop checking yourself out on the screen for god-sake, you can't even see the reflection clearly. Narcissistic much? Believe it or not, you tend to be attracted to someone who looks and is similar to yourself. So the chances of you finding someone has drastically reduced since I doubt anyone else looks like a rodent.

Love, sex, and mustache : 

Mustaches
P.C

Testosterone is the chemical responsible for the growth of your and your bae's mustache. Yes, men do not have a monopoly over testosterone, your girl too has it, maybe more than you. Testosterone creates desire as well as alpha behaviour, which may push peolpe to pursue (in your case stalk) the one who is creating this desire.

Where art thou? :

Vole
P.C

Prairie voles are rodents (no they still don't look like you) that form a long-term mating pair. But when a study was conducted on a vole where its vasopressin was suppressed, it was observed they lost interest in their mate immediately and did not even protect them from new mates. So kids don't mess around with  vasopressin.

Parent Trap :

Parent Trap
P.C

Evolution has played some weird and creepy tricks on us bruh. I will tell you how. Sub-consciously you are wired to be attracted to someone who looks similar to one of your parents.  Well guess Freud wasn't wrong then eh. 

So kids there you have it. The sanctity of love has been defiled by the phenomenon of biological science. But don't let that deter you. Someone out there is waiting for you with a paper bag over their face.

*Lol obviously I don't.

When you think about love, medical you probably picture the essential mating ritual where Jeetendra prances around and does his thang, while Sridevi gyrates her hips. O... You don't? Just me then I guess. My bad.

Hate to break it to you, love is overly romanticized. Falling in love is exciting and all  but it's due to chemicals released in the brain. I know it might be a bit hard to believe but there is no grand music or waltzing dancers in the background when you fall head over heels for someone. If there is, you probably are high or just schizophrenic

My friend, love is nothing but a resplendent orchestra of chemicals composed by your miniature brain ( I kid. I kid)*. Although the science behind love isn’t extremely romantic, it is quite fascinating. There is a whole lot of biology involved in it which may actually rid love of it's amorous essence. So let's get right to it :

Crazy in love : 

Don't be going cray cray
P.C

Remember Shahrukh going bananas over Ka... Ka... Ka... Kiran. That's totally possible. When you are in love, the level of serotonin in your brain spikes to a point where it virtually mirrors that of a person with obsessive-compulsive disorder. This is why you cannot seem to think of anyone else but your smoldering neighbour or your lover. Both if you are lucky. Love, homies, can literally drive you crazy and in some cases retarded.

Love and other drugs : 

The Mask
P.C

Remember the empowering sensation you experience after you beat your four years old nephew at chess? That's dopamine kicking in. It is a chemical manufactured by your brain which gives you a rush of pleasure and happiness. Dopamine is released during the initial attraction stage and also while using cocaine and nicotine. Hence when you fall in love or snort coke, you feel invincible. Hmmm.. Weird why is there no law against love.

Blind Flurry : 

Blind Love
P.C

I am pretty sure there were times when your close friends criticized you for dating a hippo but you couldn't care less because they were dead wrong. Now what if I tell you they weren't. You see love induces an evolutionary blindness which is critical to move forward in your relationship so that you could reproduce even if it is with a hippo. Awww did I hurt you sentiment?

Love yourself : 

Narcissis
P.C

Stop checking yourself out on the screen for god-sake, you can't even see the reflection clearly. Narcissistic much? Believe it or not, you tend to be attracted to someone who looks and is similar to yourself. So the chances of you finding someone has drastically reduced since I doubt anyone else looks like a rodent.

Love, sex, and mustache : 

Mustaches
P.C

Testosterone is the chemical responsible for the growth of your and your bae's mustache. Yes, men do not have a monopoly over testosterone, your girl too has it, maybe more than you. Testosterone creates desire as well as alpha behaviour, which may push peolpe to pursue (in your case stalk) the one who is creating this desire.

Where art thou? :

Vole
P.C

Prairie voles are rodents (no they still don't look like you) that form a long-term mating pair. But when a study was conducted on a vole where its vasopressin was suppressed, it was observed they lost interest in their mate immediately and did not even protect them from new mates. So kids don't mess around with  vasopressin.

Parent Trap :

Parent Trap
P.C

Evolution has played some weird and creepy tricks on us bruh. I will tell you how. Sub-consciously you are wired to be attracted to someone who looks similar to one of your parents.  Well guess Freud wasn't wrong then eh. 

So kids there you have it. The sanctity of love has been defiled by the phenomenon of biological science. But don't let that deter you. Someone out there is waiting for you with a paper bag over their face.

*Lol obviously I don't.

When you think about love, online you probably picture the essential mating ritual where Jeetendra prances around and does his thang, more about while Sridevi gyrates her hips. O... You don't? Just me then I guess. My bad.

Hate to break it to you, information pills love is overly romanticized. Falling in love is exciting and all  but it's due to chemicals released in the brain. I know it might be a bit hard to believe but there is no grand music or waltzing dancers in the background when you fall head over heels for someone. If there is, you probably are high or just schizophrenic

My friend, love is nothing but a resplendent orchestra of chemicals composed by your miniature brain ( I kid. I kid)*. Although the science behind love isn’t extremely romantic, it is quite fascinating. There is a whole lot of biology involved in it which may actually rid love of it's amorous essence. So let's get right to it :

Crazy in love : 

Don't be going cray cray
P.C

Remember Shahrukh going bananas over Ka... Ka... Ka... Kiran. That's totally possible. When you are in love, the level of serotonin in your brain spikes to a point where it virtually mirrors that of a person with obsessive-compulsive disorder. This is why you cannot seem to think of anyone else but your smoldering neighbour or your lover. Both if you are lucky. Love, homies, can literally drive you crazy and in some cases retarded.

Love and other drugs : 

The Mask
P.C

Remember the empowering sensation you experience after you beat your four years old nephew at chess? That's dopamine kicking in. It is a chemical manufactured by your brain which gives you a rush of pleasure and happiness. Dopamine is released during the initial attraction stage and also while using cocaine and nicotine. Hence when you fall in love or snort coke, you feel invincible. Hmmm.. Weird why is there no law against love.

Blind Flurry : 

Blind Love
P.C

I am pretty sure there were times when your close friends criticized you for dating a hippo but you couldn't care less because they were dead wrong. Now what if I tell you they weren't. You see love induces an evolutionary blindness which is critical to move forward in your relationship so that you could reproduce even if it is with a hippo. Awww did I hurt you sentiment?

Love yourself : 

Narcissis
P.C

Stop checking yourself out on the screen for god-sake, you can't even see the reflection clearly. Narcissistic much? Believe it or not, you tend to be attracted to someone who looks and is similar to yourself. So the chances of you finding someone has drastically reduced since I doubt anyone else looks like a rodent.

Love, sex, and mustache : 

Mustaches
P.C

Testosterone is the chemical responsible for the growth of your and your bae's mustache. Yes, men do not have a monopoly over testosterone, your girl too has some, maybe more than you. Testosterone creates desire as well as alpha behaviour, which may push people to pursue (in your case stalk) the one who is creating this desire.

Where art thou? :

Vole
P.C

Prairie voles are rodents (no they still don't look like you) that form a long-term mating pair. But when a study was conducted on a vole where its vasopressin was suppressed, it was observed they lost interest in their mate immediately and did not even protect them from new mates. So kids don't mess around with  vasopressin.

Parent Trap :

Parent Trap
P.C

Evolution has played some weird and creepy tricks on us bruh. I will tell you how. Sub-consciously you are wired to be attracted to someone who looks similar to one of your parents.  Well guess Freud wasn't wrong then eh. 

So kids there you have it. The sanctity of love has been defiled by the phenomenon of biological science. But don't let that deter you. Someone out there is waiting for you with a paper bag over their face.

*Lol obviously I don't.

When you think about love, medical you probably picture the essential mating ritual where Jeetendra prances around and does his thang, while Sridevi gyrates her hips. O... You don't? Just me then I guess. My bad.

Hate to break it to you, love is overly romanticized. Falling in love is exciting and all  but it's due to chemicals released in the brain. I know it might be a bit hard to believe but there is no grand music or waltzing dancers in the background when you fall head over heels for someone. If there is, you probably are high or just schizophrenic

My friend, love is nothing but a resplendent orchestra of chemicals composed by your miniature brain ( I kid. I kid)*. Although the science behind love isn’t extremely romantic, it is quite fascinating. There is a whole lot of biology involved in it which may actually rid love of it's amorous essence. So let's get right to it :

Crazy in love : 

Don't be going cray cray
P.C

Remember Shahrukh going bananas over Ka... Ka... Ka... Kiran. That's totally possible. When you are in love, the level of serotonin in your brain spikes to a point where it virtually mirrors that of a person with obsessive-compulsive disorder. This is why you cannot seem to think of anyone else but your smoldering neighbour or your lover. Both if you are lucky. Love, homies, can literally drive you crazy and in some cases retarded.

Love and other drugs : 

The Mask
P.C

Remember the empowering sensation you experience after you beat your four years old nephew at chess? That's dopamine kicking in. It is a chemical manufactured by your brain which gives you a rush of pleasure and happiness. Dopamine is released during the initial attraction stage and also while using cocaine and nicotine. Hence when you fall in love or snort coke, you feel invincible. Hmmm.. Weird why is there no law against love.

Blind Flurry : 

Blind Love
P.C

I am pretty sure there were times when your close friends criticized you for dating a hippo but you couldn't care less because they were dead wrong. Now what if I tell you they weren't. You see love induces an evolutionary blindness which is critical to move forward in your relationship so that you could reproduce even if it is with a hippo. Awww did I hurt you sentiment?

Love yourself : 

Narcissis
P.C

Stop checking yourself out on the screen for god-sake, you can't even see the reflection clearly. Narcissistic much? Believe it or not, you tend to be attracted to someone who looks and is similar to yourself. So the chances of you finding someone has drastically reduced since I doubt anyone else looks like a rodent.

Love, sex, and mustache : 

Mustaches
P.C

Testosterone is the chemical responsible for the growth of your and your bae's mustache. Yes, men do not have a monopoly over testosterone, your girl too has it, maybe more than you. Testosterone creates desire as well as alpha behaviour, which may push peolpe to pursue (in your case stalk) the one who is creating this desire.

Where art thou? :

Vole
P.C

Prairie voles are rodents (no they still don't look like you) that form a long-term mating pair. But when a study was conducted on a vole where its vasopressin was suppressed, it was observed they lost interest in their mate immediately and did not even protect them from new mates. So kids don't mess around with  vasopressin.

Parent Trap :

Parent Trap
P.C

Evolution has played some weird and creepy tricks on us bruh. I will tell you how. Sub-consciously you are wired to be attracted to someone who looks similar to one of your parents.  Well guess Freud wasn't wrong then eh. 

So kids there you have it. The sanctity of love has been defiled by the phenomenon of biological science. But don't let that deter you. Someone out there is waiting for you with a paper bag over their face.

*Lol obviously I don't.

When you think about love, online you probably picture the essential mating ritual where Jeetendra prances around and does his thang, more about while Sridevi gyrates her hips. O... You don't? Just me then I guess. My bad.

Hate to break it to you, information pills love is overly romanticized. Falling in love is exciting and all  but it's due to chemicals released in the brain. I know it might be a bit hard to believe but there is no grand music or waltzing dancers in the background when you fall head over heels for someone. If there is, you probably are high or just schizophrenic

My friend, love is nothing but a resplendent orchestra of chemicals composed by your miniature brain ( I kid. I kid)*. Although the science behind love isn’t extremely romantic, it is quite fascinating. There is a whole lot of biology involved in it which may actually rid love of it's amorous essence. So let's get right to it :

Crazy in love : 

Don't be going cray cray
P.C

Remember Shahrukh going bananas over Ka... Ka... Ka... Kiran. That's totally possible. When you are in love, the level of serotonin in your brain spikes to a point where it virtually mirrors that of a person with obsessive-compulsive disorder. This is why you cannot seem to think of anyone else but your smoldering neighbour or your lover. Both if you are lucky. Love, homies, can literally drive you crazy and in some cases retarded.

Love and other drugs : 

The Mask
P.C

Remember the empowering sensation you experience after you beat your four years old nephew at chess? That's dopamine kicking in. It is a chemical manufactured by your brain which gives you a rush of pleasure and happiness. Dopamine is released during the initial attraction stage and also while using cocaine and nicotine. Hence when you fall in love or snort coke, you feel invincible. Hmmm.. Weird why is there no law against love.

Blind Flurry : 

Blind Love
P.C

I am pretty sure there were times when your close friends criticized you for dating a hippo but you couldn't care less because they were dead wrong. Now what if I tell you they weren't. You see love induces an evolutionary blindness which is critical to move forward in your relationship so that you could reproduce even if it is with a hippo. Awww did I hurt you sentiment?

Love yourself : 

Narcissis
P.C

Stop checking yourself out on the screen for god-sake, you can't even see the reflection clearly. Narcissistic much? Believe it or not, you tend to be attracted to someone who looks and is similar to yourself. So the chances of you finding someone has drastically reduced since I doubt anyone else looks like a rodent.

Love, sex, and mustache : 

Mustaches
P.C

Testosterone is the chemical responsible for the growth of your and your bae's mustache. Yes, men do not have a monopoly over testosterone, your girl too has some, maybe more than you. Testosterone creates desire as well as alpha behaviour, which may push people to pursue (in your case stalk) the one who is creating this desire.

Where art thou? :

Vole
P.C

Prairie voles are rodents (no they still don't look like you) that form a long-term mating pair. But when a study was conducted on a vole where its vasopressin was suppressed, it was observed they lost interest in their mate immediately and did not even protect them from new mates. So kids don't mess around with  vasopressin.

Parent Trap :

Parent Trap
P.C

Evolution has played some weird and creepy tricks on us bruh. I will tell you how. Sub-consciously you are wired to be attracted to someone who looks similar to one of your parents.  Well guess Freud wasn't wrong then eh. 

So kids there you have it. The sanctity of love has been defiled by the phenomenon of biological science. But don't let that deter you. Someone out there is waiting for you with a paper bag over their face.

*Lol obviously I don't.

The story behind the origin of Rock and Roll is a convoluted one, website but Chuck Berry’s contribution to the genre is undeniable. He was one of the most eminent pioneers of Rock and Roll who virtually created the template for this category of music.

It has been a few days since his demise, viagra 60mg so to remind ourselves of his great legacy let’s visit some of his classics :

“Johnny B. Goode” (1958)

Letter From Carl
P.C

You have to wonder how great a song needs to be in order for it to be a part of the Voyager's Golden Record. Johnny B. Goode is one of the few songs to have that honour. Now it's among the stars very much like it's creator.

“Maybellene” (1955)

Maybellene
P.C

Berry’s first single was revolutionary. Maybellene put rock 'n' roll on the map and showed what amalgamation of different musical genres can produce.

“Roll Over Beethoven” (1956)

Roll Over
P.C

Let me put it this way, the song is so good that everyone from The Beatles to Iron Maiden had covered this piece. Roll Over Beethoven was literally a sign of the unavoidable rock ‘n’ roll apocalypse that was waiting to occur.

Memphis, Tennessee  (1959)

Memphis
P.C

This anthem is one of rock’s first great story songs — complete with a twist. It has a smooth rhythm and only about a couple of minutes long, but in that limited time Berry weaves magic.

“No Particular Place to Go” (1964)

No particular place
P.C

Literally every man can relate to this song. It is about how a guy's attempt to make out with his girlfriend fails due to a broken seat belt. He complains as they make their way back home.

“Brown Eyed Handsome Man” (1956)

Brown Eyed
P.C

On the surface, the song may seem like a harmless jest, but dig deeper and you’ll uncover a song brimming with racial tension. Done like a true artist.

“Rock and Roll Music” (1957)

Rock and Roll
P.C

Berry’s 1957 hit was a simple glorification of the music he helped popularize. There was no beating around the bush with his message or even the song’s title. It’s one of his most direct and important compositions. The Beatles covered it; so did The Beach Boys

Chuck Berry may be gone but his legacy will live on through his music that he has produced over an illustrious career.

When you think about love, medical you probably picture the essential mating ritual where Jeetendra prances around and does his thang, while Sridevi gyrates her hips. O... You don't? Just me then I guess. My bad.

Hate to break it to you, love is overly romanticized. Falling in love is exciting and all  but it's due to chemicals released in the brain. I know it might be a bit hard to believe but there is no grand music or waltzing dancers in the background when you fall head over heels for someone. If there is, you probably are high or just schizophrenic

My friend, love is nothing but a resplendent orchestra of chemicals composed by your miniature brain ( I kid. I kid)*. Although the science behind love isn’t extremely romantic, it is quite fascinating. There is a whole lot of biology involved in it which may actually rid love of it's amorous essence. So let's get right to it :

Crazy in love : 

Don't be going cray cray
P.C

Remember Shahrukh going bananas over Ka... Ka... Ka... Kiran. That's totally possible. When you are in love, the level of serotonin in your brain spikes to a point where it virtually mirrors that of a person with obsessive-compulsive disorder. This is why you cannot seem to think of anyone else but your smoldering neighbour or your lover. Both if you are lucky. Love, homies, can literally drive you crazy and in some cases retarded.

Love and other drugs : 

The Mask
P.C

Remember the empowering sensation you experience after you beat your four years old nephew at chess? That's dopamine kicking in. It is a chemical manufactured by your brain which gives you a rush of pleasure and happiness. Dopamine is released during the initial attraction stage and also while using cocaine and nicotine. Hence when you fall in love or snort coke, you feel invincible. Hmmm.. Weird why is there no law against love.

Blind Flurry : 

Blind Love
P.C

I am pretty sure there were times when your close friends criticized you for dating a hippo but you couldn't care less because they were dead wrong. Now what if I tell you they weren't. You see love induces an evolutionary blindness which is critical to move forward in your relationship so that you could reproduce even if it is with a hippo. Awww did I hurt you sentiment?

Love yourself : 

Narcissis
P.C

Stop checking yourself out on the screen for god-sake, you can't even see the reflection clearly. Narcissistic much? Believe it or not, you tend to be attracted to someone who looks and is similar to yourself. So the chances of you finding someone has drastically reduced since I doubt anyone else looks like a rodent.

Love, sex, and mustache : 

Mustaches
P.C

Testosterone is the chemical responsible for the growth of your and your bae's mustache. Yes, men do not have a monopoly over testosterone, your girl too has it, maybe more than you. Testosterone creates desire as well as alpha behaviour, which may push peolpe to pursue (in your case stalk) the one who is creating this desire.

Where art thou? :

Vole
P.C

Prairie voles are rodents (no they still don't look like you) that form a long-term mating pair. But when a study was conducted on a vole where its vasopressin was suppressed, it was observed they lost interest in their mate immediately and did not even protect them from new mates. So kids don't mess around with  vasopressin.

Parent Trap :

Parent Trap
P.C

Evolution has played some weird and creepy tricks on us bruh. I will tell you how. Sub-consciously you are wired to be attracted to someone who looks similar to one of your parents.  Well guess Freud wasn't wrong then eh. 

So kids there you have it. The sanctity of love has been defiled by the phenomenon of biological science. But don't let that deter you. Someone out there is waiting for you with a paper bag over their face.

*Lol obviously I don't.

When you think about love, online you probably picture the essential mating ritual where Jeetendra prances around and does his thang, more about while Sridevi gyrates her hips. O... You don't? Just me then I guess. My bad.

Hate to break it to you, information pills love is overly romanticized. Falling in love is exciting and all  but it's due to chemicals released in the brain. I know it might be a bit hard to believe but there is no grand music or waltzing dancers in the background when you fall head over heels for someone. If there is, you probably are high or just schizophrenic

My friend, love is nothing but a resplendent orchestra of chemicals composed by your miniature brain ( I kid. I kid)*. Although the science behind love isn’t extremely romantic, it is quite fascinating. There is a whole lot of biology involved in it which may actually rid love of it's amorous essence. So let's get right to it :

Crazy in love : 

Don't be going cray cray
P.C

Remember Shahrukh going bananas over Ka... Ka... Ka... Kiran. That's totally possible. When you are in love, the level of serotonin in your brain spikes to a point where it virtually mirrors that of a person with obsessive-compulsive disorder. This is why you cannot seem to think of anyone else but your smoldering neighbour or your lover. Both if you are lucky. Love, homies, can literally drive you crazy and in some cases retarded.

Love and other drugs : 

The Mask
P.C

Remember the empowering sensation you experience after you beat your four years old nephew at chess? That's dopamine kicking in. It is a chemical manufactured by your brain which gives you a rush of pleasure and happiness. Dopamine is released during the initial attraction stage and also while using cocaine and nicotine. Hence when you fall in love or snort coke, you feel invincible. Hmmm.. Weird why is there no law against love.

Blind Flurry : 

Blind Love
P.C

I am pretty sure there were times when your close friends criticized you for dating a hippo but you couldn't care less because they were dead wrong. Now what if I tell you they weren't. You see love induces an evolutionary blindness which is critical to move forward in your relationship so that you could reproduce even if it is with a hippo. Awww did I hurt you sentiment?

Love yourself : 

Narcissis
P.C

Stop checking yourself out on the screen for god-sake, you can't even see the reflection clearly. Narcissistic much? Believe it or not, you tend to be attracted to someone who looks and is similar to yourself. So the chances of you finding someone has drastically reduced since I doubt anyone else looks like a rodent.

Love, sex, and mustache : 

Mustaches
P.C

Testosterone is the chemical responsible for the growth of your and your bae's mustache. Yes, men do not have a monopoly over testosterone, your girl too has some, maybe more than you. Testosterone creates desire as well as alpha behaviour, which may push people to pursue (in your case stalk) the one who is creating this desire.

Where art thou? :

Vole
P.C

Prairie voles are rodents (no they still don't look like you) that form a long-term mating pair. But when a study was conducted on a vole where its vasopressin was suppressed, it was observed they lost interest in their mate immediately and did not even protect them from new mates. So kids don't mess around with  vasopressin.

Parent Trap :

Parent Trap
P.C

Evolution has played some weird and creepy tricks on us bruh. I will tell you how. Sub-consciously you are wired to be attracted to someone who looks similar to one of your parents.  Well guess Freud wasn't wrong then eh. 

So kids there you have it. The sanctity of love has been defiled by the phenomenon of biological science. But don't let that deter you. Someone out there is waiting for you with a paper bag over their face.

*Lol obviously I don't.

The story behind the origin of Rock and Roll is a convoluted one, website but Chuck Berry’s contribution to the genre is undeniable. He was one of the most eminent pioneers of Rock and Roll who virtually created the template for this category of music.

It has been a few days since his demise, viagra 60mg so to remind ourselves of his great legacy let’s visit some of his classics :

“Johnny B. Goode” (1958)

Letter From Carl
P.C

You have to wonder how great a song needs to be in order for it to be a part of the Voyager's Golden Record. Johnny B. Goode is one of the few songs to have that honour. Now it's among the stars very much like it's creator.

“Maybellene” (1955)

Maybellene
P.C

Berry’s first single was revolutionary. Maybellene put rock 'n' roll on the map and showed what amalgamation of different musical genres can produce.

“Roll Over Beethoven” (1956)

Roll Over
P.C

Let me put it this way, the song is so good that everyone from The Beatles to Iron Maiden had covered this piece. Roll Over Beethoven was literally a sign of the unavoidable rock ‘n’ roll apocalypse that was waiting to occur.

Memphis, Tennessee  (1959)

Memphis
P.C

This anthem is one of rock’s first great story songs — complete with a twist. It has a smooth rhythm and only about a couple of minutes long, but in that limited time Berry weaves magic.

“No Particular Place to Go” (1964)

No particular place
P.C

Literally every man can relate to this song. It is about how a guy's attempt to make out with his girlfriend fails due to a broken seat belt. He complains as they make their way back home.

“Brown Eyed Handsome Man” (1956)

Brown Eyed
P.C

On the surface, the song may seem like a harmless jest, but dig deeper and you’ll uncover a song brimming with racial tension. Done like a true artist.

“Rock and Roll Music” (1957)

Rock and Roll
P.C

Berry’s 1957 hit was a simple glorification of the music he helped popularize. There was no beating around the bush with his message or even the song’s title. It’s one of his most direct and important compositions. The Beatles covered it; so did The Beach Boys

Chuck Berry may be gone but his legacy will live on through his music that he has produced over an illustrious career.

The story behind the origin of Rock and Roll is a convoluted one, thumb but Chuck Berry’s contribution to the genre is undeniable. He was one of the most eminent pioneers of Rock and Roll who virtually created the template for this category of music.

It has been a few days since his demise, link so to remind ourselves of his great legacy let’s visit some of his classics :

“Johnny B. Goode” (1958)

Letter From Carl
P.C

You have to wonder how great a song needs to be in order for it to be a part of the Voyager's Golden Record. Johnny B. Goode is one of the few songs to have that honour. Now it's among the stars very much like it's creator.

“Maybellene” (1955)

Maybellene
P.C

Berry’s first single was revolutionary. Maybellene put rock 'n' roll on the map and showed what amalgamation of different musical genres can produce.

“Roll Over Beethoven” (1956)

Roll Over
P.C

Let me put it this way, the song is so good that everyone from The Beatles to Iron Maiden had covered this piece. Roll Over Beethoven was literally a sign of the unavoidable rock ‘n’ roll apocalypse that was waiting to occur.

Memphis, Tennessee  (1959)

Memphis
P.C

This anthem is one of rock’s first great story songs — complete with a twist. It has a smooth rhythm and only about a couple of minutes long, but in that limited time Berry weaves magic.

“No Particular Place to Go” (1964)

No particular place
P.C

Literally every man can relate to this song. It is about how a guy's attempt to make out with his girlfriend fails due to a broken seat belt. He complains as they make their way back home.

“Brown Eyed Handsome Man” (1956)

Brown Eyed
P.C

On the surface, the song may seem like a harmless jest, but dig deeper and you’ll uncover a song brimming with racial tension. Done like a true artist.

“Rock and Roll Music” (1957)

Rock and Roll
P.C

Berry’s 1957 hit was a simple glorification of the music he helped popularize. There was no beating around the bush with his message or even the song’s title. It’s one of his most direct and important compositions. The Beatles covered it; so did The Beach Boys

Chuck Berry may be gone but his legacy will live on through his music that he has produced over an illustrious career.

When you think about love, medical you probably picture the essential mating ritual where Jeetendra prances around and does his thang, while Sridevi gyrates her hips. O... You don't? Just me then I guess. My bad.

Hate to break it to you, love is overly romanticized. Falling in love is exciting and all  but it's due to chemicals released in the brain. I know it might be a bit hard to believe but there is no grand music or waltzing dancers in the background when you fall head over heels for someone. If there is, you probably are high or just schizophrenic

My friend, love is nothing but a resplendent orchestra of chemicals composed by your miniature brain ( I kid. I kid)*. Although the science behind love isn’t extremely romantic, it is quite fascinating. There is a whole lot of biology involved in it which may actually rid love of it's amorous essence. So let's get right to it :

Crazy in love : 

Don't be going cray cray
P.C

Remember Shahrukh going bananas over Ka... Ka... Ka... Kiran. That's totally possible. When you are in love, the level of serotonin in your brain spikes to a point where it virtually mirrors that of a person with obsessive-compulsive disorder. This is why you cannot seem to think of anyone else but your smoldering neighbour or your lover. Both if you are lucky. Love, homies, can literally drive you crazy and in some cases retarded.

Love and other drugs : 

The Mask
P.C

Remember the empowering sensation you experience after you beat your four years old nephew at chess? That's dopamine kicking in. It is a chemical manufactured by your brain which gives you a rush of pleasure and happiness. Dopamine is released during the initial attraction stage and also while using cocaine and nicotine. Hence when you fall in love or snort coke, you feel invincible. Hmmm.. Weird why is there no law against love.

Blind Flurry : 

Blind Love
P.C

I am pretty sure there were times when your close friends criticized you for dating a hippo but you couldn't care less because they were dead wrong. Now what if I tell you they weren't. You see love induces an evolutionary blindness which is critical to move forward in your relationship so that you could reproduce even if it is with a hippo. Awww did I hurt you sentiment?

Love yourself : 

Narcissis
P.C

Stop checking yourself out on the screen for god-sake, you can't even see the reflection clearly. Narcissistic much? Believe it or not, you tend to be attracted to someone who looks and is similar to yourself. So the chances of you finding someone has drastically reduced since I doubt anyone else looks like a rodent.

Love, sex, and mustache : 

Mustaches
P.C

Testosterone is the chemical responsible for the growth of your and your bae's mustache. Yes, men do not have a monopoly over testosterone, your girl too has it, maybe more than you. Testosterone creates desire as well as alpha behaviour, which may push peolpe to pursue (in your case stalk) the one who is creating this desire.

Where art thou? :

Vole
P.C

Prairie voles are rodents (no they still don't look like you) that form a long-term mating pair. But when a study was conducted on a vole where its vasopressin was suppressed, it was observed they lost interest in their mate immediately and did not even protect them from new mates. So kids don't mess around with  vasopressin.

Parent Trap :

Parent Trap
P.C

Evolution has played some weird and creepy tricks on us bruh. I will tell you how. Sub-consciously you are wired to be attracted to someone who looks similar to one of your parents.  Well guess Freud wasn't wrong then eh. 

So kids there you have it. The sanctity of love has been defiled by the phenomenon of biological science. But don't let that deter you. Someone out there is waiting for you with a paper bag over their face.

*Lol obviously I don't.

When you think about love, online you probably picture the essential mating ritual where Jeetendra prances around and does his thang, more about while Sridevi gyrates her hips. O... You don't? Just me then I guess. My bad.

Hate to break it to you, information pills love is overly romanticized. Falling in love is exciting and all  but it's due to chemicals released in the brain. I know it might be a bit hard to believe but there is no grand music or waltzing dancers in the background when you fall head over heels for someone. If there is, you probably are high or just schizophrenic

My friend, love is nothing but a resplendent orchestra of chemicals composed by your miniature brain ( I kid. I kid)*. Although the science behind love isn’t extremely romantic, it is quite fascinating. There is a whole lot of biology involved in it which may actually rid love of it's amorous essence. So let's get right to it :

Crazy in love : 

Don't be going cray cray
P.C

Remember Shahrukh going bananas over Ka... Ka... Ka... Kiran. That's totally possible. When you are in love, the level of serotonin in your brain spikes to a point where it virtually mirrors that of a person with obsessive-compulsive disorder. This is why you cannot seem to think of anyone else but your smoldering neighbour or your lover. Both if you are lucky. Love, homies, can literally drive you crazy and in some cases retarded.

Love and other drugs : 

The Mask
P.C

Remember the empowering sensation you experience after you beat your four years old nephew at chess? That's dopamine kicking in. It is a chemical manufactured by your brain which gives you a rush of pleasure and happiness. Dopamine is released during the initial attraction stage and also while using cocaine and nicotine. Hence when you fall in love or snort coke, you feel invincible. Hmmm.. Weird why is there no law against love.

Blind Flurry : 

Blind Love
P.C

I am pretty sure there were times when your close friends criticized you for dating a hippo but you couldn't care less because they were dead wrong. Now what if I tell you they weren't. You see love induces an evolutionary blindness which is critical to move forward in your relationship so that you could reproduce even if it is with a hippo. Awww did I hurt you sentiment?

Love yourself : 

Narcissis
P.C

Stop checking yourself out on the screen for god-sake, you can't even see the reflection clearly. Narcissistic much? Believe it or not, you tend to be attracted to someone who looks and is similar to yourself. So the chances of you finding someone has drastically reduced since I doubt anyone else looks like a rodent.

Love, sex, and mustache : 

Mustaches
P.C

Testosterone is the chemical responsible for the growth of your and your bae's mustache. Yes, men do not have a monopoly over testosterone, your girl too has some, maybe more than you. Testosterone creates desire as well as alpha behaviour, which may push people to pursue (in your case stalk) the one who is creating this desire.

Where art thou? :

Vole
P.C

Prairie voles are rodents (no they still don't look like you) that form a long-term mating pair. But when a study was conducted on a vole where its vasopressin was suppressed, it was observed they lost interest in their mate immediately and did not even protect them from new mates. So kids don't mess around with  vasopressin.

Parent Trap :

Parent Trap
P.C

Evolution has played some weird and creepy tricks on us bruh. I will tell you how. Sub-consciously you are wired to be attracted to someone who looks similar to one of your parents.  Well guess Freud wasn't wrong then eh. 

So kids there you have it. The sanctity of love has been defiled by the phenomenon of biological science. But don't let that deter you. Someone out there is waiting for you with a paper bag over their face.

*Lol obviously I don't.

The story behind the origin of Rock and Roll is a convoluted one, website but Chuck Berry’s contribution to the genre is undeniable. He was one of the most eminent pioneers of Rock and Roll who virtually created the template for this category of music.

It has been a few days since his demise, viagra 60mg so to remind ourselves of his great legacy let’s visit some of his classics :

“Johnny B. Goode” (1958)

Letter From Carl
P.C

You have to wonder how great a song needs to be in order for it to be a part of the Voyager's Golden Record. Johnny B. Goode is one of the few songs to have that honour. Now it's among the stars very much like it's creator.

“Maybellene” (1955)

Maybellene
P.C

Berry’s first single was revolutionary. Maybellene put rock 'n' roll on the map and showed what amalgamation of different musical genres can produce.

“Roll Over Beethoven” (1956)

Roll Over
P.C

Let me put it this way, the song is so good that everyone from The Beatles to Iron Maiden had covered this piece. Roll Over Beethoven was literally a sign of the unavoidable rock ‘n’ roll apocalypse that was waiting to occur.

Memphis, Tennessee  (1959)

Memphis
P.C

This anthem is one of rock’s first great story songs — complete with a twist. It has a smooth rhythm and only about a couple of minutes long, but in that limited time Berry weaves magic.

“No Particular Place to Go” (1964)

No particular place
P.C

Literally every man can relate to this song. It is about how a guy's attempt to make out with his girlfriend fails due to a broken seat belt. He complains as they make their way back home.

“Brown Eyed Handsome Man” (1956)

Brown Eyed
P.C

On the surface, the song may seem like a harmless jest, but dig deeper and you’ll uncover a song brimming with racial tension. Done like a true artist.

“Rock and Roll Music” (1957)

Rock and Roll
P.C

Berry’s 1957 hit was a simple glorification of the music he helped popularize. There was no beating around the bush with his message or even the song’s title. It’s one of his most direct and important compositions. The Beatles covered it; so did The Beach Boys

Chuck Berry may be gone but his legacy will live on through his music that he has produced over an illustrious career.

The story behind the origin of Rock and Roll is a convoluted one, thumb but Chuck Berry’s contribution to the genre is undeniable. He was one of the most eminent pioneers of Rock and Roll who virtually created the template for this category of music.

It has been a few days since his demise, link so to remind ourselves of his great legacy let’s visit some of his classics :

“Johnny B. Goode” (1958)

Letter From Carl
P.C

You have to wonder how great a song needs to be in order for it to be a part of the Voyager's Golden Record. Johnny B. Goode is one of the few songs to have that honour. Now it's among the stars very much like it's creator.

“Maybellene” (1955)

Maybellene
P.C

Berry’s first single was revolutionary. Maybellene put rock 'n' roll on the map and showed what amalgamation of different musical genres can produce.

“Roll Over Beethoven” (1956)

Roll Over
P.C

Let me put it this way, the song is so good that everyone from The Beatles to Iron Maiden had covered this piece. Roll Over Beethoven was literally a sign of the unavoidable rock ‘n’ roll apocalypse that was waiting to occur.

Memphis, Tennessee  (1959)

Memphis
P.C

This anthem is one of rock’s first great story songs — complete with a twist. It has a smooth rhythm and only about a couple of minutes long, but in that limited time Berry weaves magic.

“No Particular Place to Go” (1964)

No particular place
P.C

Literally every man can relate to this song. It is about how a guy's attempt to make out with his girlfriend fails due to a broken seat belt. He complains as they make their way back home.

“Brown Eyed Handsome Man” (1956)

Brown Eyed
P.C

On the surface, the song may seem like a harmless jest, but dig deeper and you’ll uncover a song brimming with racial tension. Done like a true artist.

“Rock and Roll Music” (1957)

Rock and Roll
P.C

Berry’s 1957 hit was a simple glorification of the music he helped popularize. There was no beating around the bush with his message or even the song’s title. It’s one of his most direct and important compositions. The Beatles covered it; so did The Beach Boys

Chuck Berry may be gone but his legacy will live on through his music that he has produced over an illustrious career.

C.S. Lewis once wrote to his granddaughter, viagra dosage Lucy, buy "Someday you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again." The pangs of growing up cannot be expressed in better words.

The trials and tribulations of adolescence force us to often abandon the child in us. And along with it the things we hold dear. There were times when playing in the rain would fill our hearts with delight. Now, it just numbs the agony of nostalgia. Once, books and comics were the windows to a differnt universe but now they are just mediums of opinion.

As a child of the 90's our sweet dreams were made of Diamond Comics, Raj Comics and Twinkle Comics. But in the rush of life we let go of them believing that they were a child's obssession. We couldn't be furthur away from the truth. There are comic books and graphic novels that are so philosophically riveting that they will have you respecting the artform of comics. Here are such great graphic novels :

The Dark Knight Returns

Dark Knight

Frank Miller created what many comic book enthusiasts claim to be the Holy Grail of graphic novels. The book tells a story of an aging Bruce Wayne, who has hung up his cape after the death of Robin.  As the story rolls on, Batman is forced out of retirement resulting into old foes coming out to play again. It is undeniably Frank Miller's magnum opus and the grandest one at that.

Watchmen

Watchmen

The greatest graphic novel, period. It's noir vibe and gritty story will have you hooked from the very first page. The comic was so impactful that it caused a tsunami which disrupted the conventional trend of storytelling.

Jimmy Corrigan, the Smartest Kid on Earth

Jimmy Corrigan

Chris Ware tells the story of a reclusive man in his thirties who meets his father for the first time. The gloominess of Jimmy’s life is only alleviated by his fantasies about his adventures as the Smartest Kid on Earth, which unfortunately also tend to end in gloominess.

Sandman

Sandman

The story is about Morpheus, the Lord of Dreams who has been magically captured by an occult group. He somehow escapes, but his kingdom, the Dreaming, a kind of geographical expression of our collective unconsciousness, has fallen into disrepair, and he must restore it to its former glory. It is a beautiful mix of mythology and horror that will have you craving for more.

Maus

Maus

Maus won a Pulitzer in 1992. That itself is a landmark event in the history of graphic novels. The comic deals with the German Holocaust, except that the humans are replaced with mice. Don't let that fool you though, in no way does the comic trivialise the unspeakable event. The message is as potent as it can be.

The Adventures of Tintin: The Black Island

Tintin

Tintin is a crazy mix of several genres — you never quite know what you’re in for when you open one of those books. Hergé’s art is an inimitable mix of caricaturish and photographic hyper-realism that will have you marvelling the pages. All the volumes of the series are breathtaking, but 'The Black Island' is definitely the best of the lot.

Go ahead and let your mind be blown away, for these novels will definitely rekindle the spark of reading.

 

When you think about love, medical you probably picture the essential mating ritual where Jeetendra prances around and does his thang, while Sridevi gyrates her hips. O... You don't? Just me then I guess. My bad.

Hate to break it to you, love is overly romanticized. Falling in love is exciting and all  but it's due to chemicals released in the brain. I know it might be a bit hard to believe but there is no grand music or waltzing dancers in the background when you fall head over heels for someone. If there is, you probably are high or just schizophrenic

My friend, love is nothing but a resplendent orchestra of chemicals composed by your miniature brain ( I kid. I kid)*. Although the science behind love isn’t extremely romantic, it is quite fascinating. There is a whole lot of biology involved in it which may actually rid love of it's amorous essence. So let's get right to it :

Crazy in love : 

Don't be going cray cray
P.C

Remember Shahrukh going bananas over Ka... Ka... Ka... Kiran. That's totally possible. When you are in love, the level of serotonin in your brain spikes to a point where it virtually mirrors that of a person with obsessive-compulsive disorder. This is why you cannot seem to think of anyone else but your smoldering neighbour or your lover. Both if you are lucky. Love, homies, can literally drive you crazy and in some cases retarded.

Love and other drugs : 

The Mask
P.C

Remember the empowering sensation you experience after you beat your four years old nephew at chess? That's dopamine kicking in. It is a chemical manufactured by your brain which gives you a rush of pleasure and happiness. Dopamine is released during the initial attraction stage and also while using cocaine and nicotine. Hence when you fall in love or snort coke, you feel invincible. Hmmm.. Weird why is there no law against love.

Blind Flurry : 

Blind Love
P.C

I am pretty sure there were times when your close friends criticized you for dating a hippo but you couldn't care less because they were dead wrong. Now what if I tell you they weren't. You see love induces an evolutionary blindness which is critical to move forward in your relationship so that you could reproduce even if it is with a hippo. Awww did I hurt you sentiment?

Love yourself : 

Narcissis
P.C

Stop checking yourself out on the screen for god-sake, you can't even see the reflection clearly. Narcissistic much? Believe it or not, you tend to be attracted to someone who looks and is similar to yourself. So the chances of you finding someone has drastically reduced since I doubt anyone else looks like a rodent.

Love, sex, and mustache : 

Mustaches
P.C

Testosterone is the chemical responsible for the growth of your and your bae's mustache. Yes, men do not have a monopoly over testosterone, your girl too has it, maybe more than you. Testosterone creates desire as well as alpha behaviour, which may push peolpe to pursue (in your case stalk) the one who is creating this desire.

Where art thou? :

Vole
P.C

Prairie voles are rodents (no they still don't look like you) that form a long-term mating pair. But when a study was conducted on a vole where its vasopressin was suppressed, it was observed they lost interest in their mate immediately and did not even protect them from new mates. So kids don't mess around with  vasopressin.

Parent Trap :

Parent Trap
P.C

Evolution has played some weird and creepy tricks on us bruh. I will tell you how. Sub-consciously you are wired to be attracted to someone who looks similar to one of your parents.  Well guess Freud wasn't wrong then eh. 

So kids there you have it. The sanctity of love has been defiled by the phenomenon of biological science. But don't let that deter you. Someone out there is waiting for you with a paper bag over their face.

*Lol obviously I don't.

When you think about love, online you probably picture the essential mating ritual where Jeetendra prances around and does his thang, more about while Sridevi gyrates her hips. O... You don't? Just me then I guess. My bad.

Hate to break it to you, information pills love is overly romanticized. Falling in love is exciting and all  but it's due to chemicals released in the brain. I know it might be a bit hard to believe but there is no grand music or waltzing dancers in the background when you fall head over heels for someone. If there is, you probably are high or just schizophrenic

My friend, love is nothing but a resplendent orchestra of chemicals composed by your miniature brain ( I kid. I kid)*. Although the science behind love isn’t extremely romantic, it is quite fascinating. There is a whole lot of biology involved in it which may actually rid love of it's amorous essence. So let's get right to it :

Crazy in love : 

Don't be going cray cray
P.C

Remember Shahrukh going bananas over Ka... Ka... Ka... Kiran. That's totally possible. When you are in love, the level of serotonin in your brain spikes to a point where it virtually mirrors that of a person with obsessive-compulsive disorder. This is why you cannot seem to think of anyone else but your smoldering neighbour or your lover. Both if you are lucky. Love, homies, can literally drive you crazy and in some cases retarded.

Love and other drugs : 

The Mask
P.C

Remember the empowering sensation you experience after you beat your four years old nephew at chess? That's dopamine kicking in. It is a chemical manufactured by your brain which gives you a rush of pleasure and happiness. Dopamine is released during the initial attraction stage and also while using cocaine and nicotine. Hence when you fall in love or snort coke, you feel invincible. Hmmm.. Weird why is there no law against love.

Blind Flurry : 

Blind Love
P.C

I am pretty sure there were times when your close friends criticized you for dating a hippo but you couldn't care less because they were dead wrong. Now what if I tell you they weren't. You see love induces an evolutionary blindness which is critical to move forward in your relationship so that you could reproduce even if it is with a hippo. Awww did I hurt you sentiment?

Love yourself : 

Narcissis
P.C

Stop checking yourself out on the screen for god-sake, you can't even see the reflection clearly. Narcissistic much? Believe it or not, you tend to be attracted to someone who looks and is similar to yourself. So the chances of you finding someone has drastically reduced since I doubt anyone else looks like a rodent.

Love, sex, and mustache : 

Mustaches
P.C

Testosterone is the chemical responsible for the growth of your and your bae's mustache. Yes, men do not have a monopoly over testosterone, your girl too has some, maybe more than you. Testosterone creates desire as well as alpha behaviour, which may push people to pursue (in your case stalk) the one who is creating this desire.

Where art thou? :

Vole
P.C

Prairie voles are rodents (no they still don't look like you) that form a long-term mating pair. But when a study was conducted on a vole where its vasopressin was suppressed, it was observed they lost interest in their mate immediately and did not even protect them from new mates. So kids don't mess around with  vasopressin.

Parent Trap :

Parent Trap
P.C

Evolution has played some weird and creepy tricks on us bruh. I will tell you how. Sub-consciously you are wired to be attracted to someone who looks similar to one of your parents.  Well guess Freud wasn't wrong then eh. 

So kids there you have it. The sanctity of love has been defiled by the phenomenon of biological science. But don't let that deter you. Someone out there is waiting for you with a paper bag over their face.

*Lol obviously I don't.

The story behind the origin of Rock and Roll is a convoluted one, website but Chuck Berry’s contribution to the genre is undeniable. He was one of the most eminent pioneers of Rock and Roll who virtually created the template for this category of music.

It has been a few days since his demise, viagra 60mg so to remind ourselves of his great legacy let’s visit some of his classics :

“Johnny B. Goode” (1958)

Letter From Carl
P.C

You have to wonder how great a song needs to be in order for it to be a part of the Voyager's Golden Record. Johnny B. Goode is one of the few songs to have that honour. Now it's among the stars very much like it's creator.

“Maybellene” (1955)

Maybellene
P.C

Berry’s first single was revolutionary. Maybellene put rock 'n' roll on the map and showed what amalgamation of different musical genres can produce.

“Roll Over Beethoven” (1956)

Roll Over
P.C

Let me put it this way, the song is so good that everyone from The Beatles to Iron Maiden had covered this piece. Roll Over Beethoven was literally a sign of the unavoidable rock ‘n’ roll apocalypse that was waiting to occur.

Memphis, Tennessee  (1959)

Memphis
P.C

This anthem is one of rock’s first great story songs — complete with a twist. It has a smooth rhythm and only about a couple of minutes long, but in that limited time Berry weaves magic.

“No Particular Place to Go” (1964)

No particular place
P.C

Literally every man can relate to this song. It is about how a guy's attempt to make out with his girlfriend fails due to a broken seat belt. He complains as they make their way back home.

“Brown Eyed Handsome Man” (1956)

Brown Eyed
P.C

On the surface, the song may seem like a harmless jest, but dig deeper and you’ll uncover a song brimming with racial tension. Done like a true artist.

“Rock and Roll Music” (1957)

Rock and Roll
P.C

Berry’s 1957 hit was a simple glorification of the music he helped popularize. There was no beating around the bush with his message or even the song’s title. It’s one of his most direct and important compositions. The Beatles covered it; so did The Beach Boys

Chuck Berry may be gone but his legacy will live on through his music that he has produced over an illustrious career.

The story behind the origin of Rock and Roll is a convoluted one, thumb but Chuck Berry’s contribution to the genre is undeniable. He was one of the most eminent pioneers of Rock and Roll who virtually created the template for this category of music.

It has been a few days since his demise, link so to remind ourselves of his great legacy let’s visit some of his classics :

“Johnny B. Goode” (1958)

Letter From Carl
P.C

You have to wonder how great a song needs to be in order for it to be a part of the Voyager's Golden Record. Johnny B. Goode is one of the few songs to have that honour. Now it's among the stars very much like it's creator.

“Maybellene” (1955)

Maybellene
P.C

Berry’s first single was revolutionary. Maybellene put rock 'n' roll on the map and showed what amalgamation of different musical genres can produce.

“Roll Over Beethoven” (1956)

Roll Over
P.C

Let me put it this way, the song is so good that everyone from The Beatles to Iron Maiden had covered this piece. Roll Over Beethoven was literally a sign of the unavoidable rock ‘n’ roll apocalypse that was waiting to occur.

Memphis, Tennessee  (1959)

Memphis
P.C

This anthem is one of rock’s first great story songs — complete with a twist. It has a smooth rhythm and only about a couple of minutes long, but in that limited time Berry weaves magic.

“No Particular Place to Go” (1964)

No particular place
P.C

Literally every man can relate to this song. It is about how a guy's attempt to make out with his girlfriend fails due to a broken seat belt. He complains as they make their way back home.

“Brown Eyed Handsome Man” (1956)

Brown Eyed
P.C

On the surface, the song may seem like a harmless jest, but dig deeper and you’ll uncover a song brimming with racial tension. Done like a true artist.

“Rock and Roll Music” (1957)

Rock and Roll
P.C

Berry’s 1957 hit was a simple glorification of the music he helped popularize. There was no beating around the bush with his message or even the song’s title. It’s one of his most direct and important compositions. The Beatles covered it; so did The Beach Boys

Chuck Berry may be gone but his legacy will live on through his music that he has produced over an illustrious career.

C.S. Lewis once wrote to his granddaughter, viagra dosage Lucy, buy "Someday you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again." The pangs of growing up cannot be expressed in better words.

The trials and tribulations of adolescence force us to often abandon the child in us. And along with it the things we hold dear. There were times when playing in the rain would fill our hearts with delight. Now, it just numbs the agony of nostalgia. Once, books and comics were the windows to a differnt universe but now they are just mediums of opinion.

As a child of the 90's our sweet dreams were made of Diamond Comics, Raj Comics and Twinkle Comics. But in the rush of life we let go of them believing that they were a child's obssession. We couldn't be furthur away from the truth. There are comic books and graphic novels that are so philosophically riveting that they will have you respecting the artform of comics. Here are such great graphic novels :

The Dark Knight Returns

Dark Knight

Frank Miller created what many comic book enthusiasts claim to be the Holy Grail of graphic novels. The book tells a story of an aging Bruce Wayne, who has hung up his cape after the death of Robin.  As the story rolls on, Batman is forced out of retirement resulting into old foes coming out to play again. It is undeniably Frank Miller's magnum opus and the grandest one at that.

Watchmen

Watchmen

The greatest graphic novel, period. It's noir vibe and gritty story will have you hooked from the very first page. The comic was so impactful that it caused a tsunami which disrupted the conventional trend of storytelling.

Jimmy Corrigan, the Smartest Kid on Earth

Jimmy Corrigan

Chris Ware tells the story of a reclusive man in his thirties who meets his father for the first time. The gloominess of Jimmy’s life is only alleviated by his fantasies about his adventures as the Smartest Kid on Earth, which unfortunately also tend to end in gloominess.

Sandman

Sandman

The story is about Morpheus, the Lord of Dreams who has been magically captured by an occult group. He somehow escapes, but his kingdom, the Dreaming, a kind of geographical expression of our collective unconsciousness, has fallen into disrepair, and he must restore it to its former glory. It is a beautiful mix of mythology and horror that will have you craving for more.

Maus

Maus

Maus won a Pulitzer in 1992. That itself is a landmark event in the history of graphic novels. The comic deals with the German Holocaust, except that the humans are replaced with mice. Don't let that fool you though, in no way does the comic trivialise the unspeakable event. The message is as potent as it can be.

The Adventures of Tintin: The Black Island

Tintin

Tintin is a crazy mix of several genres — you never quite know what you’re in for when you open one of those books. Hergé’s art is an inimitable mix of caricaturish and photographic hyper-realism that will have you marvelling the pages. All the volumes of the series are breathtaking, but 'The Black Island' is definitely the best of the lot.

Go ahead and let your mind be blown away, for these novels will definitely rekindle the spark of reading.

 

The Dark Knight Returns

A brutal reboot of one the greatest comic book characters ever created. Frank Miller pushes Batman into his 50s : he has retired 10 years earlier, viagra order after the death of Robin, and has sunk into brooding oblivion. Gotham has sunk too. A vicious gang forces Batman out of retirement, but once he’s out of the cave, all his old foes come back out to play too. A major superhero had never felt this real before — all stubbly chin and aging sinews and black thoughts. This is the book that begat the Batman of the movies.

Watchmen

It’s way beyond cliché at this point to call Watchmen the greatest superhero comic ever written-slash-drawn. But it’s true. In the world Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons created, it’s 1985, Nixon is still president, the Cold War is at absolute zero, and the nation’s superheroes consist of a bunch of neurotic, washed-up has-beens, mostly without actual superpowers, mostly retired.

As the novel begins one of them, the Comedian, is murdered. What follows is an astoundingly dense, beautiful, sad story that begins as a noir mystery and ends with the destruction, or possibly the redemption, of the entire world as we know it. To tell this story Gibbons and Moore deployed about a dozen fugually interwoven plots and an intricate system of echoing visual motifs. The result is a masterpiece so powerful it caused the entire genre of superhero comics to immediately rethink its most sacred conventions.

Jimmy Corrigan, the Smartest Kid on Earth

In precise, almost jewel-like panels arranged in flow-charts and Mondrian-like grids, Chris Ware tells the story (does it count as a story, when there’s no hope whatsoever?) of a solitary, withdrawn man in his thirties who meets his father for the first time. The bleakness of Jimmy’s life is only relieved by his fantasies about his adventures as the Smartest Kid on Earth, which unfortunately also tend to end in … bleakness. Every page in Jimmy Corriganis a master class in minimalist graphic design, that slices time into discrete, intensely felt moments in a way that no other medium can.

Sandman

Morpheus is the Lord of Dreams. As our story begins, he has been magically captured by an occult group. A pale, skinny man clad in black — he’s the quintessence of goth — Morpheus escapes, but his kingdom, the Dreaming, a kind of geographical expression of our collective unconsciousness, has fallen into disrepair, and he must restore it to its former glory.

Melancholy and occasionally very ruthless, Morpheus is one of the Endless, a pantheon of beings that includes Death, Despair, Destruction, and various other eternal principles that begin with D. In writing Sandman Neil Gaiman merrily pillaged the world’s mythologies, and those of his own brain, to produce a rich, literary and often beautiful mix of horror and philosophy. Has any comic begotten as many goth tattoos as Sandman? Unlikely.

Maus

Art Spiegelman’s father Vladek was a Polish Jew who survived the Holocaust. When Spiegelman told his father’s story in Maus, he depicted all the Jews as mice and all the Nazis as cats. Strangely, the cartoonish conceit doesn’t trivialize the story, it makes it viscerally real — it strips away our practiced indifference to an all too familiar story. Those mice are more human than most people. Alongside his father’s tale Spiegelman lovingly but honestly depicts his own relationship with his father, who has aged into a difficult, prickly, fearful man. Maus won a Pulitzer in 1992, a landmark event in the history of the medium — its sheer power forced the mainstream world to take comics seriously.

The Adventures of Tintin: The Black Island

From his luxurious seat at Marlinspike Hall, Hergé’s tufted, virtually sexless reporter investigates mysteries ranging from the criminal (counterfeiting) to the science fictional (a mysterious meteorite that causes things to grow at an astounding rate), in the company of a drunken ex-sailor, a half-cracked scientific genius, two identical bumbling detectives, and of course his white, apparently sentient dog Snowy.

Tintin is a weird mix of comedy, mystery and adventure — you never quite know what you’re going to get when you open one of those skinny, oversized volumes. (Though you can be pretty confident that Tintin is going to say “Crumbs!” and that Captain Haddock is going to get drunk and fall down.) Hergé’s art is an utterly inimitable mix of cartoonishness and photographic hyper-realism, inked in luminous, oversaturated colors, which renders Tintin‘s timeless, ambiguously European (Tintin was Belgian) world utterly believable. We’ll see how well Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson can reproduce it onscreen when the movie comes out in 2011.

Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic

Alison Bechdel’s father was 44 when he was hit by a truck, which he may or may not have stepped in front of. Fun Home is the story of what led up that moment: the author’s childhood in small-town Pennsylvania and her gradual realization that she is gay, and that her father probably is too. The narrative isn’t linear, it’s more like a looped tape — she goes back and back over her own story, adding new details, mustering maps and photos and journal entries and allusions to Wilde and Proust and Fitzgerald and Joyce, each time deepening our understanding of it, and at the same time adding more layers of ambiguity. She never shies away from complexity, never forces a theory that doesn’t fit. And all this is conveyed by line drawings that are simplicity itself.

 

When you think about love, medical you probably picture the essential mating ritual where Jeetendra prances around and does his thang, while Sridevi gyrates her hips. O... You don't? Just me then I guess. My bad.

Hate to break it to you, love is overly romanticized. Falling in love is exciting and all  but it's due to chemicals released in the brain. I know it might be a bit hard to believe but there is no grand music or waltzing dancers in the background when you fall head over heels for someone. If there is, you probably are high or just schizophrenic

My friend, love is nothing but a resplendent orchestra of chemicals composed by your miniature brain ( I kid. I kid)*. Although the science behind love isn’t extremely romantic, it is quite fascinating. There is a whole lot of biology involved in it which may actually rid love of it's amorous essence. So let's get right to it :

Crazy in love : 

Don't be going cray cray
P.C

Remember Shahrukh going bananas over Ka... Ka... Ka... Kiran. That's totally possible. When you are in love, the level of serotonin in your brain spikes to a point where it virtually mirrors that of a person with obsessive-compulsive disorder. This is why you cannot seem to think of anyone else but your smoldering neighbour or your lover. Both if you are lucky. Love, homies, can literally drive you crazy and in some cases retarded.

Love and other drugs : 

The Mask
P.C

Remember the empowering sensation you experience after you beat your four years old nephew at chess? That's dopamine kicking in. It is a chemical manufactured by your brain which gives you a rush of pleasure and happiness. Dopamine is released during the initial attraction stage and also while using cocaine and nicotine. Hence when you fall in love or snort coke, you feel invincible. Hmmm.. Weird why is there no law against love.

Blind Flurry : 

Blind Love
P.C

I am pretty sure there were times when your close friends criticized you for dating a hippo but you couldn't care less because they were dead wrong. Now what if I tell you they weren't. You see love induces an evolutionary blindness which is critical to move forward in your relationship so that you could reproduce even if it is with a hippo. Awww did I hurt you sentiment?

Love yourself : 

Narcissis
P.C

Stop checking yourself out on the screen for god-sake, you can't even see the reflection clearly. Narcissistic much? Believe it or not, you tend to be attracted to someone who looks and is similar to yourself. So the chances of you finding someone has drastically reduced since I doubt anyone else looks like a rodent.

Love, sex, and mustache : 

Mustaches
P.C

Testosterone is the chemical responsible for the growth of your and your bae's mustache. Yes, men do not have a monopoly over testosterone, your girl too has it, maybe more than you. Testosterone creates desire as well as alpha behaviour, which may push peolpe to pursue (in your case stalk) the one who is creating this desire.

Where art thou? :

Vole
P.C

Prairie voles are rodents (no they still don't look like you) that form a long-term mating pair. But when a study was conducted on a vole where its vasopressin was suppressed, it was observed they lost interest in their mate immediately and did not even protect them from new mates. So kids don't mess around with  vasopressin.

Parent Trap :

Parent Trap
P.C

Evolution has played some weird and creepy tricks on us bruh. I will tell you how. Sub-consciously you are wired to be attracted to someone who looks similar to one of your parents.  Well guess Freud wasn't wrong then eh. 

So kids there you have it. The sanctity of love has been defiled by the phenomenon of biological science. But don't let that deter you. Someone out there is waiting for you with a paper bag over their face.

*Lol obviously I don't.

When you think about love, online you probably picture the essential mating ritual where Jeetendra prances around and does his thang, more about while Sridevi gyrates her hips. O... You don't? Just me then I guess. My bad.

Hate to break it to you, information pills love is overly romanticized. Falling in love is exciting and all  but it's due to chemicals released in the brain. I know it might be a bit hard to believe but there is no grand music or waltzing dancers in the background when you fall head over heels for someone. If there is, you probably are high or just schizophrenic

My friend, love is nothing but a resplendent orchestra of chemicals composed by your miniature brain ( I kid. I kid)*. Although the science behind love isn’t extremely romantic, it is quite fascinating. There is a whole lot of biology involved in it which may actually rid love of it's amorous essence. So let's get right to it :

Crazy in love : 

Don't be going cray cray
P.C

Remember Shahrukh going bananas over Ka... Ka... Ka... Kiran. That's totally possible. When you are in love, the level of serotonin in your brain spikes to a point where it virtually mirrors that of a person with obsessive-compulsive disorder. This is why you cannot seem to think of anyone else but your smoldering neighbour or your lover. Both if you are lucky. Love, homies, can literally drive you crazy and in some cases retarded.

Love and other drugs : 

The Mask
P.C

Remember the empowering sensation you experience after you beat your four years old nephew at chess? That's dopamine kicking in. It is a chemical manufactured by your brain which gives you a rush of pleasure and happiness. Dopamine is released during the initial attraction stage and also while using cocaine and nicotine. Hence when you fall in love or snort coke, you feel invincible. Hmmm.. Weird why is there no law against love.

Blind Flurry : 

Blind Love
P.C

I am pretty sure there were times when your close friends criticized you for dating a hippo but you couldn't care less because they were dead wrong. Now what if I tell you they weren't. You see love induces an evolutionary blindness which is critical to move forward in your relationship so that you could reproduce even if it is with a hippo. Awww did I hurt you sentiment?

Love yourself : 

Narcissis
P.C

Stop checking yourself out on the screen for god-sake, you can't even see the reflection clearly. Narcissistic much? Believe it or not, you tend to be attracted to someone who looks and is similar to yourself. So the chances of you finding someone has drastically reduced since I doubt anyone else looks like a rodent.

Love, sex, and mustache : 

Mustaches
P.C

Testosterone is the chemical responsible for the growth of your and your bae's mustache. Yes, men do not have a monopoly over testosterone, your girl too has some, maybe more than you. Testosterone creates desire as well as alpha behaviour, which may push people to pursue (in your case stalk) the one who is creating this desire.

Where art thou? :

Vole
P.C

Prairie voles are rodents (no they still don't look like you) that form a long-term mating pair. But when a study was conducted on a vole where its vasopressin was suppressed, it was observed they lost interest in their mate immediately and did not even protect them from new mates. So kids don't mess around with  vasopressin.

Parent Trap :

Parent Trap
P.C

Evolution has played some weird and creepy tricks on us bruh. I will tell you how. Sub-consciously you are wired to be attracted to someone who looks similar to one of your parents.  Well guess Freud wasn't wrong then eh. 

So kids there you have it. The sanctity of love has been defiled by the phenomenon of biological science. But don't let that deter you. Someone out there is waiting for you with a paper bag over their face.

*Lol obviously I don't.

The story behind the origin of Rock and Roll is a convoluted one, website but Chuck Berry’s contribution to the genre is undeniable. He was one of the most eminent pioneers of Rock and Roll who virtually created the template for this category of music.

It has been a few days since his demise, viagra 60mg so to remind ourselves of his great legacy let’s visit some of his classics :

“Johnny B. Goode” (1958)

Letter From Carl
P.C

You have to wonder how great a song needs to be in order for it to be a part of the Voyager's Golden Record. Johnny B. Goode is one of the few songs to have that honour. Now it's among the stars very much like it's creator.

“Maybellene” (1955)

Maybellene
P.C

Berry’s first single was revolutionary. Maybellene put rock 'n' roll on the map and showed what amalgamation of different musical genres can produce.

“Roll Over Beethoven” (1956)

Roll Over
P.C

Let me put it this way, the song is so good that everyone from The Beatles to Iron Maiden had covered this piece. Roll Over Beethoven was literally a sign of the unavoidable rock ‘n’ roll apocalypse that was waiting to occur.

Memphis, Tennessee  (1959)

Memphis
P.C

This anthem is one of rock’s first great story songs — complete with a twist. It has a smooth rhythm and only about a couple of minutes long, but in that limited time Berry weaves magic.

“No Particular Place to Go” (1964)

No particular place
P.C

Literally every man can relate to this song. It is about how a guy's attempt to make out with his girlfriend fails due to a broken seat belt. He complains as they make their way back home.

“Brown Eyed Handsome Man” (1956)

Brown Eyed
P.C

On the surface, the song may seem like a harmless jest, but dig deeper and you’ll uncover a song brimming with racial tension. Done like a true artist.

“Rock and Roll Music” (1957)

Rock and Roll
P.C

Berry’s 1957 hit was a simple glorification of the music he helped popularize. There was no beating around the bush with his message or even the song’s title. It’s one of his most direct and important compositions. The Beatles covered it; so did The Beach Boys

Chuck Berry may be gone but his legacy will live on through his music that he has produced over an illustrious career.

The story behind the origin of Rock and Roll is a convoluted one, thumb but Chuck Berry’s contribution to the genre is undeniable. He was one of the most eminent pioneers of Rock and Roll who virtually created the template for this category of music.

It has been a few days since his demise, link so to remind ourselves of his great legacy let’s visit some of his classics :

“Johnny B. Goode” (1958)

Letter From Carl
P.C

You have to wonder how great a song needs to be in order for it to be a part of the Voyager's Golden Record. Johnny B. Goode is one of the few songs to have that honour. Now it's among the stars very much like it's creator.

“Maybellene” (1955)

Maybellene
P.C

Berry’s first single was revolutionary. Maybellene put rock 'n' roll on the map and showed what amalgamation of different musical genres can produce.

“Roll Over Beethoven” (1956)

Roll Over
P.C

Let me put it this way, the song is so good that everyone from The Beatles to Iron Maiden had covered this piece. Roll Over Beethoven was literally a sign of the unavoidable rock ‘n’ roll apocalypse that was waiting to occur.

Memphis, Tennessee  (1959)

Memphis
P.C

This anthem is one of rock’s first great story songs — complete with a twist. It has a smooth rhythm and only about a couple of minutes long, but in that limited time Berry weaves magic.

“No Particular Place to Go” (1964)

No particular place
P.C

Literally every man can relate to this song. It is about how a guy's attempt to make out with his girlfriend fails due to a broken seat belt. He complains as they make their way back home.

“Brown Eyed Handsome Man” (1956)

Brown Eyed
P.C

On the surface, the song may seem like a harmless jest, but dig deeper and you’ll uncover a song brimming with racial tension. Done like a true artist.

“Rock and Roll Music” (1957)

Rock and Roll
P.C

Berry’s 1957 hit was a simple glorification of the music he helped popularize. There was no beating around the bush with his message or even the song’s title. It’s one of his most direct and important compositions. The Beatles covered it; so did The Beach Boys

Chuck Berry may be gone but his legacy will live on through his music that he has produced over an illustrious career.

C.S. Lewis once wrote to his granddaughter, viagra dosage Lucy, buy "Someday you will be old enough to start reading fairy tales again." The pangs of growing up cannot be expressed in better words.

The trials and tribulations of adolescence force us to often abandon the child in us. And along with it the things we hold dear. There were times when playing in the rain would fill our hearts with delight. Now, it just numbs the agony of nostalgia. Once, books and comics were the windows to a differnt universe but now they are just mediums of opinion.

As a child of the 90's our sweet dreams were made of Diamond Comics, Raj Comics and Twinkle Comics. But in the rush of life we let go of them believing that they were a child's obssession. We couldn't be furthur away from the truth. There are comic books and graphic novels that are so philosophically riveting that they will have you respecting the artform of comics. Here are such great graphic novels :

The Dark Knight Returns

Dark Knight

Frank Miller created what many comic book enthusiasts claim to be the Holy Grail of graphic novels. The book tells a story of an aging Bruce Wayne, who has hung up his cape after the death of Robin.  As the story rolls on, Batman is forced out of retirement resulting into old foes coming out to play again. It is undeniably Frank Miller's magnum opus and the grandest one at that.

Watchmen

Watchmen

The greatest graphic novel, period. It's noir vibe and gritty story will have you hooked from the very first page. The comic was so impactful that it caused a tsunami which disrupted the conventional trend of storytelling.

Jimmy Corrigan, the Smartest Kid on Earth

Jimmy Corrigan

Chris Ware tells the story of a reclusive man in his thirties who meets his father for the first time. The gloominess of Jimmy’s life is only alleviated by his fantasies about his adventures as the Smartest Kid on Earth, which unfortunately also tend to end in gloominess.

Sandman

Sandman

The story is about Morpheus, the Lord of Dreams who has been magically captured by an occult group. He somehow escapes, but his kingdom, the Dreaming, a kind of geographical expression of our collective unconsciousness, has fallen into disrepair, and he must restore it to its former glory. It is a beautiful mix of mythology and horror that will have you craving for more.

Maus

Maus

Maus won a Pulitzer in 1992. That itself is a landmark event in the history of graphic novels. The comic deals with the German Holocaust, except that the humans are replaced with mice. Don't let that fool you though, in no way does the comic trivialise the unspeakable event. The message is as potent as it can be.

The Adventures of Tintin: The Black Island

Tintin

Tintin is a crazy mix of several genres — you never quite know what you’re in for when you open one of those books. Hergé’s art is an inimitable mix of caricaturish and photographic hyper-realism that will have you marvelling the pages. All the volumes of the series are breathtaking, but 'The Black Island' is definitely the best of the lot.

Go ahead and let your mind be blown away, for these novels will definitely rekindle the spark of reading.

 

The Dark Knight Returns

A brutal reboot of one the greatest comic book characters ever created. Frank Miller pushes Batman into his 50s : he has retired 10 years earlier, viagra order after the death of Robin, and has sunk into brooding oblivion. Gotham has sunk too. A vicious gang forces Batman out of retirement, but once he’s out of the cave, all his old foes come back out to play too. A major superhero had never felt this real before — all stubbly chin and aging sinews and black thoughts. This is the book that begat the Batman of the movies.

Watchmen

It’s way beyond cliché at this point to call Watchmen the greatest superhero comic ever written-slash-drawn. But it’s true. In the world Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons created, it’s 1985, Nixon is still president, the Cold War is at absolute zero, and the nation’s superheroes consist of a bunch of neurotic, washed-up has-beens, mostly without actual superpowers, mostly retired.

As the novel begins one of them, the Comedian, is murdered. What follows is an astoundingly dense, beautiful, sad story that begins as a noir mystery and ends with the destruction, or possibly the redemption, of the entire world as we know it. To tell this story Gibbons and Moore deployed about a dozen fugually interwoven plots and an intricate system of echoing visual motifs. The result is a masterpiece so powerful it caused the entire genre of superhero comics to immediately rethink its most sacred conventions.

Jimmy Corrigan, the Smartest Kid on Earth

In precise, almost jewel-like panels arranged in flow-charts and Mondrian-like grids, Chris Ware tells the story (does it count as a story, when there’s no hope whatsoever?) of a solitary, withdrawn man in his thirties who meets his father for the first time. The bleakness of Jimmy’s life is only relieved by his fantasies about his adventures as the Smartest Kid on Earth, which unfortunately also tend to end in … bleakness. Every page in Jimmy Corriganis a master class in minimalist graphic design, that slices time into discrete, intensely felt moments in a way that no other medium can.

Sandman

Morpheus is the Lord of Dreams. As our story begins, he has been magically captured by an occult group. A pale, skinny man clad in black — he’s the quintessence of goth — Morpheus escapes, but his kingdom, the Dreaming, a kind of geographical expression of our collective unconsciousness, has fallen into disrepair, and he must restore it to its former glory.

Melancholy and occasionally very ruthless, Morpheus is one of the Endless, a pantheon of beings that includes Death, Despair, Destruction, and various other eternal principles that begin with D. In writing Sandman Neil Gaiman merrily pillaged the world’s mythologies, and those of his own brain, to produce a rich, literary and often beautiful mix of horror and philosophy. Has any comic begotten as many goth tattoos as Sandman? Unlikely.

Maus

Art Spiegelman’s father Vladek was a Polish Jew who survived the Holocaust. When Spiegelman told his father’s story in Maus, he depicted all the Jews as mice and all the Nazis as cats. Strangely, the cartoonish conceit doesn’t trivialize the story, it makes it viscerally real — it strips away our practiced indifference to an all too familiar story. Those mice are more human than most people. Alongside his father’s tale Spiegelman lovingly but honestly depicts his own relationship with his father, who has aged into a difficult, prickly, fearful man. Maus won a Pulitzer in 1992, a landmark event in the history of the medium — its sheer power forced the mainstream world to take comics seriously.

The Adventures of Tintin: The Black Island

From his luxurious seat at Marlinspike Hall, Hergé’s tufted, virtually sexless reporter investigates mysteries ranging from the criminal (counterfeiting) to the science fictional (a mysterious meteorite that causes things to grow at an astounding rate), in the company of a drunken ex-sailor, a half-cracked scientific genius, two identical bumbling detectives, and of course his white, apparently sentient dog Snowy.

Tintin is a weird mix of comedy, mystery and adventure — you never quite know what you’re going to get when you open one of those skinny, oversized volumes. (Though you can be pretty confident that Tintin is going to say “Crumbs!” and that Captain Haddock is going to get drunk and fall down.) Hergé’s art is an utterly inimitable mix of cartoonishness and photographic hyper-realism, inked in luminous, oversaturated colors, which renders Tintin‘s timeless, ambiguously European (Tintin was Belgian) world utterly believable. We’ll see how well Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson can reproduce it onscreen when the movie comes out in 2011.

Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic

Alison Bechdel’s father was 44 when he was hit by a truck, which he may or may not have stepped in front of. Fun Home is the story of what led up that moment: the author’s childhood in small-town Pennsylvania and her gradual realization that she is gay, and that her father probably is too. The narrative isn’t linear, it’s more like a looped tape — she goes back and back over her own story, adding new details, mustering maps and photos and journal entries and allusions to Wilde and Proust and Fitzgerald and Joyce, each time deepening our understanding of it, and at the same time adding more layers of ambiguity. She never shies away from complexity, never forces a theory that doesn’t fit. And all this is conveyed by line drawings that are simplicity itself.

 

Even to this day I await a letter that is to be delivered by an owl. PG life is great

And if you were to ask me, about it “After all this time?” I would unflinchingly answer, link “Always.”

A single Harry Potter book has given more to the world than all the combined efforts of Stephenie Meyer and  E. L. James.  Rowling’s books are a treasure trove of wisdom. It doesn’t matter if you are a kid or a thousand year old human, it has something for you.

Here are a few pearls of wisdom from the greatest book series of all time which will lighten up your day in a pg, and make you enjoy your rented accommodation a tad bit more.

On courage:

Courage comes in various forms, it’s not just about fighting your enemies but also about standing up to your friends.

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“It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to our enemies, but just as much to stand up to our friends.” ? Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone

On happiness:

Happiness is not affected by external circumstances. It is a conscious choice we all make. It within us to find joy in the midst of chaos.

Happiness
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“Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times if only one remembers to turn on the light” – Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban PG

On choices:

 You are who you choose to become. You are simply a consequence of your choices in life. 

Choices
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“It is our choices, Harry, that show what we truly are, far more than our abilities.” ? Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets PG

On character:

How you treat others often reflects on the kind of person you are. 

Character
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“If you want to know what a man’s like, take a good look at how he treats his inferiors, not his equals” – Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire PG

On death:

What is death but the next big adventure. It is the lack of knowledge and experience that makes us fear death.

Death
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“It is the unknown we fear when we look upon death and darkness, nothing more.” – Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince. PG

On coping with loss:

Dumbledore reminds Harry to live in the present moment and not dream of a past gone by.

Loss
P.C

“It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live.” ?  Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone PG

On love:

True love is unconditional even under grievous conditions.

Love
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“After all this time?”

“Always,” said Snape.” ? Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows

If you have some great quotes from the book, do let us know because we simply cannot get enough of the fantastical world of Harry Potter.

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