Grab the nearest book

The bibliomancy meme has been going around for awhile, and since it’s been slow blogging here lately, why not try it here?  “So, the instructions are as follows: ‘grab the nearest book, open to page 123, go down to the 5th sentence and type up the 3 following sentences.'”

My nearest book: Persepolis 2, by Marjane Satrapi.   (And yes, I can’t wait to see the movie.)

The sentence: “Be careful!  He’s a ladies’ man.”

Now your turn.


3 thoughts on “Grab the nearest book”

  1. Nearest book: The Endometriosis Natural Treatment Program by Valeria Ann Worwood & Julie Stonehouse

    The sentence: Plastic food wrapping may also be problematic.

  2. Nearest book: Corporations: a contemporary approach, cases and materials for a course in corporate law / Mitchell & Diamond.

    The sentence: […] “this letter will for all purposes of the Employment Agreement be given the same effect as though there had been a ‘Non-Fault Termination,’ and the Company will pay you, on or before February 5, 1997, all amounts due you under the Employment Agreement, including those under Section 11(c) thereof.”

    That’s what you get for hiding me down in the Judge’s Chambers.

  3. Nearest book: Notes for Catalogers, by Florence A. Salinger and Eileen Zagon. The sentence: “5:5 Incidental music for the play by Ken Hill.”
    (Gosh, not nearly as surreally fun as I’d hoped!)

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