Friday, 1 April 2011

Follow Friday and Book Blogger Hop

BBH is hosted by Crazy-for-Books and FF is hosted by Parajunkee's View,

Book Blogger Hop

The BBH Question:
Since today is April Fool's Day in the USA, what is the best prank you have ever played on someone OR that someone has played on you?

Uuuuuhm, I don't think I ever have been played or played someone. Don't get me wrong, we also "celebrate" 
April Fool's Day in the Netherlands but nothing has ever really happened, except those all familliar ones!

Me: There's a spider on your head!! AAAAH!!
Friend: Stop it. That's the lamest joke you can make on April Fool's Day!
Me: You're no fun either! Where has your humor gone?

The cruelest thing that ever happened to me on AFD was probably this morning when my Dad woke me up singing 'Friday' by Rebecca Black. He knows I can't stand it and he thought it would b funny. But waking up  from a great dream to that was a disappointment!

The FF Question:
What's the book  that you really don't want to admit to loving?

I think I always admit to loving a book, even though it might be embarrassing. Although, writing this I think it's time for a statement. I really, really liked Twilight. I just didn't like the other books. And being turned into a mega franchise isn't the best thing that could have happened to it. The first movie was fun/alright/kinda nice, but the other ones are not as good. So that's probably the only one!

And might I just direct your attention to a review I did this week:

So how about you? Ever lied about a book-crush? Please leave a link to your Hop and I'll come and visit!!


  1. That spider joke may be lame, but I fall for it all the time.

    New follower!

  2. Thanks for visiting Hands and Home! I am a new follower. I have to say I LOVE your blog header!

  3. My pracktical joke resume is definitely lacking. Nice job working a Rebecca Black reference into your post!

    Have a great weekend.

  4. Hi there! I'm a new follower, from the FF event. I also agree about Twilight. I have so so many mixed feelings - I liked some parts of the books, but the feminist in me balks at other parts. And I don't think the series being made into movies has helped it, other than putting money in the author's pocket. ;)

    Here's my FF post if you'd like to stop by. I love new blogging friends. :D