Monday, October 10, 2011

Attracted to Truman Capote’s BREAKFAST AT TIFFANY'S

You know the feeling you get when you're strongly attracted to someone? Well, the same applies to inanimate objects.

It's very important to look out for things in life that you're attracted or drawn to. There's a reason why we're drawn to people and things. If you don't pursue those things you're attracted to, you may be missing out on something important and beneficial in your life. 

For example, check out this footnote from the sample chapter of the non-fiction book that I'm working on:

While doing research for this book, I played close attention to any media that I was attracted to. When I found myself attracted to Truman Capote’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s I was a little confused as to how that book would be useful, but I quickly learned that the female protagonist Holiday Golightly married a much older man at the age of thirteen, had lived with a college jock at the age of fifteen, and at the age of eighteen stated that, “I can’t get excited by a man until he’s forty-two.” But I was really shocked when an attractive teenage lipstick lesbian on the MTV show Skins (season one/episode two) masturbated to a picture of Miss Golightly (Audrey Hepburn) from the film adaptation of the novella.

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