1. A source of information.
2. A source of entertainment.
3. A tool barely used by todays societies, because it is not 'cool' to read a book.
1. The dictionary
2. Neil Gaimain's 'American Gods'
3. Which is a shame, really, because once upon a time (and today, in countries with little money) a book was a precious commodity.
verb meaning to run or to leave in a hurry
i fuckin booked when the cops showed up
an object used as a coaster, increase the hight of small children, or increase the stability of poorly built furniture.
where do you want me to put your drink?
oh, just leave it on top of that book.
What people don't read enough today.
"Books? What's that?"
cool: the first option given when trying to type 'cool' in a text message using t9
that chick thinks she's book, but she's totally hacked.
Did you know there HAVE been books printed since the fifties and the new ones are cool? They have them so anyone can understand them. Books can be about video games, sex, drugs, sports, people, pretty much everything. They come with cuss words, funny characters and you might understand some more of you those weird things...that's right. Words.
"Doood, books are lame and my perception of them doesn't exceed that of a cingle-celled organism."
"Doood. You used like those big-wordy thingies."
"I know! My predisposition about books was totally misguided, baseless, crude and illiterate!"
Something we stopped caring about after the [internet] came along.
Why would I wanna read books when I can check about it on the internet?!
Books can provide such wonderful escapes. They are like your own little sanctuary and you have a wide choice to lose yourself in. :)
Words assembled on pages. They usually tell stories of things the reader is interested in. That is, unless you're reading in [school]. Then, you have to read books nobody cares about or even likes. Maybe more people would like reading if they weren't forced to read books that they didn't like. I know I would.
In school, some books that I had to read that I hated were The Catcher in the Rye, The Great Gatsby, To Kill a Mockingbird, Lord of the Flies, Animal Farm, the list goes on for quite a while.
In the T9 predictive text on cell phones, the numbers 2665 spell both "book" and "cool," but "book" is the first word to display. To save time, it is left and understood to mean "cool."
"be there in 20"
"book. see ya then."