1)GLEE!!! Best show ever! Awesome music, Awesome storyline, Awesome characters and Quinn is so HOT!!!!Normally I download the episodes as they come out and then watch them again on Astro. I admit it I'm a Gleek! Its like a High School Musical reality check
3) Big Bang Theory. Who knew a comedy about theoretical physicists could be so entertaining. And my dad said there was no way you could support a family as a physicist.
1) The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown
The first thing that intrigued me about this book is the Masonic Compass and Square on the front. Freemasonry has always been something that piqued my interest. So naturally I had to pick up this book. The book itself is a terrific read. Blisteringly fast and suspenseful. I like how Dan Brown blurs the borders of reality. Because a lot of the basis of the story really exists so the story does seem fairly plausible.
2) Yasmin Ahmad's Films by Amir Muhammad
The book is a really good companions guide to the movies. Its nice to read the book and remember all the symbolism I picked out when watching the movie first. It really exhibits the movie making process and cinematic genius that is Yasmin Ahmad
This is the epitome of nerd humour. The book itself is really funny. Especially the way it turns very poignant lines in humour by twitterfying it.
"2bornt2b? How does 1 tweet the existence of life"