|Since it's a cool kindle my mum borrows it from time to time|
I know, I know. Don't look at me with all those disapproving faces. I know. Hear me out here. In truth I've been wanting one for a while now. It was because I started to get a little crazy trying to find a book I haven't read in 3 years. I thought it would be easier to have a Kindle to keep all my books. I guess it just happened.
When I was still ignorant of the world and it's current condition, the thought of reading from a screen wasn't something I could picture myself doing. I mean, who would want to read from a tablet when you could read from an actual book? How could I ever read a book without the feeling of turning the pages or that weird scent the book always has. What if I read a really sad book and want to cry a river but can't because a single could break the electrical piece of equipment? So many reasons to not use a kindle, just go buy a real book made of paper.
|Hey look at me next to my sister using a 'gadget' smh|
It also turns out the kindle helps the world become a better place to live in. Don't believe me? There are a few reasons. One of them is very simple, no more cutting down trees. I'm sure everyone can make the connection. Paperbase books are made from trees. If we keep on publishing books then the whole world would keep on cutting down trees to provide paper. Meanwhile these e-books use no paper whatsoever. Another reason is because people would live in little houses. That way land on Earth won't be completely occupied. See the connection? No? Let me explain. Book loving people, such as myself, like to collect books (duh) and seldom part with any book in their possession. Even if it's a book they haven't read in 3 years, because a true book lover would still remember and want to reread something they read 3 years ago (a.k.a. ME). In short, if book lovers use a Kindle they wouldn't need 2 extra bedrooms to store their books, which results smaller houses, which in turn saves the growing human population. Yay we get to live on because of e-books!
As I said, betrayals hurt people in the worst possible way, but it's forgivable if it's for the well-being of humankind