Act Like an Educated, Refined and Sophisticated Date With These Books


There was a time when books were considered to be strictly the domain of nerds, of those who spent about 90% of their waking moments in their rooms, and generally of those who would probably work at universities or at NASA twenty years from now. Not that there is anything wrong with any of these but of course it is never a good thing to be labeled uncool.

Good thing times have now changed and actually having a good brain on your head is considered one of the best characteristics a man or woman can hope to have. So in order to impress someone of the opposite sex, it is not a bad idea to have a book with you. If you haven’t read a book that high school didn’t require you to read before here are a few things that you might want to be seen with:

– ‘The Count of Monte Cristo’: This tale of adventure, obsession, revenge and redemption is not only one of the best selling books of all time, having it in your possession most likely means that you have both impeccable taste in reading material and you have amazing literary idol right there. If you have neither, well, the sheer thickness of the book will keep girls staring in admiration of your ‘brains’.

– Don Quixote: Speaking about long books, this work by Miguel de Cervantes is one of the best studies in extreme realism and extreme idealism. And with 500 million copies sold, it is also the largest selling work of fiction ever. So not only do you have great fiction under your belt, you also have a lot of great company to discuss its plot with!

– Pilgrim’s Progress: Though not as immediately recognizable as the two that preceded it, this monumental work of Christian literature has influenced countless works after it. An everyman character is the protagonist of this work that leads us literally from this world to the heavens.

These are only a few of the literary works that you must definitely have before you even engage an intelligent girl or guy in conversation. Not only does it build your confidence but reading such works can help you to speak, write and think better. Not bad, eh?


Source by Otto Kreistler

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